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Take a test drive for Project Graduation
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Test driving a Ford this Saturday, April 6, could earn up to $6,000 for Project Graduation.It’s part of Ford’s program called Drive One 4 UR School and it’s taking place Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Kidd Ford dealership at 5917 Manchester Highway.For every test drive that’s taken, Ford will donate $20 to Project Graduation, up to $6,000 for 300 test drives.Kidd Ford, in cooperation with Ford Motor Company, has donated over $40,000 to schools and community organizations since the Drive One program began in 2007, according to Kidd Ford owner Terry Kidd. The Drive One program started as a way to generate money for public schools, but it has expanded over the years to include fundraisers for Relay for Life and Covenant Academy, a private school.“Kidd Ford is dedicated to helping the community in any way possible and Project Graduation is certainly a great cause,” said Kidd. “We’re glad to support this fundraising effort.”Project Graduation is an all-night party held on the night of Warren County High School graduation.