Church helps single women with car maintenance

Mike Logston, left, and Ray Kinnamon take a look under the hood of a car on Sunday at Concord Baptist Church’s event to give oil changes and checks on cars owned by single women in the community. Kwik Car Lube & Tune, 3636 W. Truman Blvd., donated use of the business and five employees who volunteered along with the church volunteers.

Mike Logston, left, and Ray Kinnamon take a look under the hood of a car on Sunday at Concord Baptist Church’s event to give oil changes and checks on cars owned by single women in the community. Kwik Car Lube & Tune, 3636 W. Truman Blvd., donated use of the business and five employees who volunteered along with the church volunteers. Photo by Gerry Tritz.

Some 20 men from Concord Baptist Church again banded together on Sunday to help change oil and winterize cars for single women.

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Bill Reichard, a Concord member and organizer of the project, said someone in the church got the idea for the project in another city and started it here. He said it’s a way for single women to get a free oil change and basic maintenance on their car from people they can trust.

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