Ham Feast proceeds donated to SA

The Drive Now Auto Sales Holiday Ham Feast Program, benefiting the Show Low Salvation Army, is busy feeding needy area families this Christmas season. Buyers of cars and trucks at Drive Now receive a cooked ham feast, which feeds six to eight people, and the dealership donates yet another ham feast to the Show Low Salvation Army with every purchase. So far, at least 80 area residents have been treated to the delicious dinner, prepared by Eddie’s Country Store in Pinetop. Pictured as more ham feast certificates are donated to the Show Low Salvation Army are, owner Gene Hall, from left, Jason Muder, general manager, presenting the feasts to Salvation Army Program Coordinator Maria Stokes, Steve Troglia and Shawna Meeks of Drive Now. The program runs through Dec. 31.

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