The Keller Magazine
Eight-year-old Connor Genteman loves cars. And just like any car aficionado, Connor loves car shows — Down syndrome doesn’t hold him back. So when Connor’s parents, Ty and Lydia, wanted to raise both awareness of Down syndrome and the need for inclusion of special needs children, they thought of nothing better than hosting a car show. Proceeds from the 4th annual Connors Car Show, to be held Saturday, April 22, from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Keller Town Hall will benefit three worthwhile organizations serving children with special needs: Down Syndrome Partnership, Cook Children’s Medical Center and White Bridle Therapeutic Partnership. Last year, $52,000 was raised and 500 cars were on display. This year, 700 car entries are expected. Additionally, weekly cable television show “The Car Guy Show” will be in town, filming the event. For more information, visit www.connorscarshow.com.