What do classic cars have to do with missions in the Central African Republic? Well, thanks the LETU Automotive Society, a lot! Continuing a 37 year old tradition, the Auto Society held its annual car show this past weekend.
Our gear-heads with a cause packed the Maude Cobb Convention Center with enough race cars, muscle cars, and custom restorations to make any auto-enthusiast drool. This year's proceeds will go to a missionary family working with African Inland Missions to help them buy a 4x4 vehicle needed to give their ministry greater mobility.
The Automotive Society is one of LeTourneau's oldest student organizations. We've added quite a few new ones over the years (the most recent count is seventy-eight!), but even as new organizations grow and develop, our older organizations maintain their strong traditions of brotherhood and sisterhood that have made them such integral parts of the LeTourneau tradition.