CARSTAR All Line Auto Body Participates in Charity Event

CARSTAR All Line Auto Body Supports Children’s Initiatives at Charity Event

Knights of Columbus' annual Father Frank Anksorus golf outing raises more than $6,200.

(From left to right) Mike Enos, State Farm office manager and event coordinator, and Frank Cuzio, Korean War Veteran and 40-year Knights of Columbus member.
(From left to right) Mike Enos, State Farm office manager and event coordinator, and Frank Cuzio, Korean War Veteran and 40-year Knights of Columbus member.

CARSTAR All Line Auto Body announced it has once again joined with the Knights of Columbus Council #6521 as a sponsor of their annual Father Frank Anksorus golf outing. This is the second year that CARSTAR All Line Auto Body has been a sponsor of the event.

The fundraiser was held on July 12th, with participation from more than 30 local businesses as golfers and hole sponsors. The event raised over $6,200, which will be used to support local youth programs and children with disabilities.

CARSTAR All Line Auto Body is owned by Teresa Kostick and her brother Mike. They participate in several local charity events throughout the year.

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