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Tuesday, July 14, 2020
Honoring his parentís struggle and victory over cancer, and raising awareness about Autism, Codie Shepard is taking a car to the COVID Clash Demolition Derby at the Vermillion County Fairgrounds in Cayuga, IN, with the good wishes of the community with him.
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In honor of his parentsí struggle and victory over cancer and to raise awareness about Autism, Codie Shepard is taking a car to the COVID Clash Demolition Derby at the Vermillion County Fairgrounds in Cayuga on July 18th, and heís taking the good wishes of the community with him.

Codie, a Terre Haute resident, has offered people the opportunity to join him in the event by signing their name or writing a message on the car he will drive. Codieís parents Everett and Wanda Shepard, of Brazil, are supporting their son, who will divide the donations 50/50 between Autism Speaks and the Hux Cancer Center.

Codie Shepardís car for the COVID Clash Demolition Derby at the Vermillion County Fairgrounds in Cayuga IN on July 18th carries a special message from Wabash Valley residents. Codie will divide local donations made to sign his car 50/50 between Autism Speaks and the Hux Cancer Center.
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  • Where does someone go to sign the car and make a donation?

    -- Posted by tcschurick on Tue, Jul 14, 2020, at 6:15 AM
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