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Dyno Days benefits museum, Justiceworks

11:24 AM, Jul. 19, 2013
Maggie Keneen, executive director of The Central Wisconsin Children's Museum, left, and David Harvath, owner of D and D Automotive Repair.
Maggie Keneen, executive director of The Central Wisconsin Children's Museum, left, and David Harvath, owner of D and D Automotive Repair.
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D and D Automotive held its ninth annual Dyno Days on June 8. Proceeds from the event were donated to the Central Wisconsin Children's Museum and Justiceworks Ltd. of Portage County.

David Harvath, owner of D and D Automotive, feels that giving back to his community is very important.

The daylong celebration featured Dyno cars, raffle prizes, a NASCAR tire changing challenge and a Jaws of Life demonstration by local fire departments. ...

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