Car-Hop Fundraiser for man who lost daughter and mother in crash
Members of the Slow Ride Racing Club joined with Nicholasville Sonic Drive-In employees for a Car-Hop fundraiser for Adrian Howard, a Sonic employee who recently lost his mother and daughter in an I-75 crash. Howard is assistant manager at the Fayette Mall Sonic and previously worked at the Nicholasville location.
Slow Ride Racing Club and Sonic Fundriaser for Adrian Howard: Back row from left: James Spencer, Barry McFadden, Nat Ragland, Sonic owner David Kennison, Jimmy Estes, Kirk Stephens. Middle row from left: John Kutzlo, Novie Howard, Brandy Cronk, Gina Yocum, Justin Urmson. Front row from left: Chelsey Shearer, Kaylei Cooper.
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