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Take test drive, help the Pioneerettes
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Kidd Ford is holding a Drive 4UR School event this Saturday at its dealership on Manchester Highway. The fundraiser will benefit the Pioneerettes. Pictured are members of the dance team, front row, from left, Maddy Pack and Candace Wanamaker. Second row, Odaysha Ramirez, Emily Pennington and Dani Davis. Third row, Gracie Miller, Mary Humphrey and Brianna Simmons. Fourth row, Hailey Collett, Morgan Hedden, Kataen Shockley, Andrea McCormick and Gretchen Stuart. Fifth row, Ellie Straughn, Haley Taylor, Alena Muncey and Nuca Ramirez. Not pictured are Christa Godwin and Anslee Miller.

The Pioneerettes are trying to dance their way to $8,000 this Saturday, April 22, at Kidd Ford.
The dealership on Manchester Highway will be the site for a Drive 4UR School event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For every test drive taken, Kidd Ford will donate $20 to the Pioneerettes, up to $6,000.
Additionally, Ford will chip in an extra $10 per test drive for anyone picking a Ford Fusion for a maximum of $2,000 extra dollars.
“We’re always pleased to help the community,” said Terry Kidd, owner of Kidd Ford. “I’m a big supporter of high school activities and $8,000 will be a big help to the Pioneerettes. It will be nice to get people acquainted with the new Fords and we will have all the latest Ford cars, trucks and SUVs available to test drive. If you can’t make it Saturday, come by Friday and you can take a test drive then.”
Kidd said the test drives would be available at the dealership all day Friday, April 21.
Drive 4UR School events are touted as a great way to make a monetary donation to a program without having to dig into your wallet. Ford makes the donation. All you have to do is take the time for a test drive.
Since launching in December 2007, thousands of Drive 4UR School events have taken place nationwide, raising more than $35 million in support of extracurricular and sporting activities, according to Ford. Dozens of those events have been conducted locally through Kidd Ford.