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Cruisin for Kids Annual Car Show

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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Cruisin for Kids 2017: Marcos Molina Mazariego

2017 Recipient: Marcos Molina Mazariego.

Marcos is 2 years old and from Stony Point. He has an undiagnosed condition that is possibly genetic but the family is unable to afford testing. 


His global developmental delay includes an inability to sit, crawl or bear weight on his lower extremities. When he is supported, he can lift his arms and reach for a toy. His body can move through a range of motions, but his joints resist the movement. 

He cannot maintain eye contact or eat independently. He needs to be held in a stable position. 


As of a couple of months ago, he is receiving some physical therapy at home. 

As you can imagine, his parents and siblings are heartbroken. 

He needs so much help and they know so much is wrong, but the testing costs are astronomical.

That’s why this year we are Cruisin’ for Marcos. 

Come out to Bowline Park in Haverstraw, NY on Sunday, October 1 to help support Marcos and his family.

(Rain date is October 8).

Monday, August 21, 2017

Cruisin for Kids 2017: Car Registration Form

Click here to download a copy of the 2017 Cruisin for Kids Car Registration Form.


Cruisin for Kids 2017



Come join the Neighborhood Cruisers for their annual Benefit Car Show/ Family Fun day! 

Cruisin for Kids 2017 will take place on Sunday, October 1 (8am - 3pm) at Bowline Park in Haverstraw, NY.

For more information, visit our event page on Facebook.

This year's show is to raise money for Marcos Molina Mazariego. He is a 2 year old from Stony Point and has an undiagnosed condition, and his family cannot afford testing.

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