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Free car care needs assessment set for May

GRANGEVILLE – Motorists looking to ensure their vehicles are ready for the summer driving season are invited to a free car care needs assessment on Saturday, May 31, in the Pine Tree Credit Union parking lot in Grangeville, 9 a.m. to noon. This service is provided by members of Real Life Grangeville as part of its annual ServeFest service project activities to show the love of God in action.

Evaluators will check engine fluids, air pressure, hoses and belts, and for leaks. Any significant issues found during the assessment requiring repair will be identified for motorists who then can consult with the professional auto mechanic of their choice.

Contact pastors Mark Perry, 451-5709, or Traber Cass, 451-5787.


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