Nov. 10, the first annual car smash is to take place, and by the looks of it, it is going to be a fantastic opportunity for students to let loose and demolish a car.
The event is being held to raise money for Project Graduation.
“Hopefully the students will enjoy smashing a car and we will raise a lot of money,” said Project Graduation leader Diana Erskine. “I am very excited that it has all come together and hope that it will be a great success.”
The event will go on during halftime at the varsity football game against Crystal River, and the cost for one hit is $2, and 3 hits are $5.
“It is a good way to get pumped up before a game,” sophomore Frankie Bartley said. “I am just going to smash it to pieces.”
“I have to thank Winch Auto, Tony’s Clinic II and A1Low Dollar Tow for helping make this all happen,” said Erskine. “Without these companies, we would have a lot less money for the seniors this year.”
This event seems like a great time to have students take a swing for fun and at the same time see the damage they can wreak on this car.
“It is a good way for people to exact revenge on their car, only it is a different car,” senior Thomas Greenman said.