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Moultrie car clubs raise money for girl battling rare genetic disorder

Terah Colls Terah Colls
Mo Town Customs Mo Town Customs
Dennis Evans, Mo Town Customs Owner Dennis Evans, Mo Town Customs Owner
Kenny Webb, Mo Town Customs President Kenny Webb, Mo Town Customs President
MOULTRIE, GA (WALB) -

Two Moultrie Car clubs are raising money for a Moultrie native's daughter battling a rare genetic disorder.
2-year-old Terah Colls was born with Goldenhar Syndrome.
It affects her eyes, ears, spine, and creates facial abnormalities.
Colls is scheduled to have her 17th surgery on Tuesday.
Mo Town Customs and Universal Car Clubs will hold a Fight for Life Car Show Saturday to raise money for medical and travel expenses for the family.

“A lot of nice cars, a lot of food and a lot of bass,” said Dennis Evans, Mo Town Customers Owner.

"We started this car club and we want to help the community,” said Kenny Webb, Mo Town Customs President. “The owner of the car club is actually my cousin and we just want to give back to the community."

There will be games and vendors and trophies for the car show winners.
The event runs from 9 to 4 at Spence Field.
Admission is $5 and $10 to participate in the car show.
Kids 10 and under get in free.

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