Lake Country resident to race for charity this weekend in Mission

Aaron Schmidt and his Honda Civic traveling south for race weekend

Lake Country resident Aaron Schmidt in his #89 Honda Civic will be racing for a great cause at the Mission Hospice Charity Weekend races.

Lake Country resident Aaron Schmidt in his #89 Honda Civic will be racing for a great cause at the Mission Hospice Charity Weekend races.

The Sports Car Club of British Columbia (SCCBC) is holding its June 11-12, 2016 race weekend at the Mission Raceway Park Road Course in support of the Mission Hospice Society.

It will feature races for all classes, including modified sedans and sports cars, open wheel (formula) and sports racing cars. Vintage race cars will also be racing on Sunday.

The Mission Hospice Society provides compassionate care and support to the dying and bereaved since its founding in 1985 and relies on fundraising weekend’s like this race weekend to provide its services free of charge.

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