Hands Off hauls in the coin

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Participants in the Hands off My 200 event at Chatham Chrysler still had plenty of energy Friday evening, as only one person had bowed out six hours into the charity event.
Participants in the Hands off My 200 event at Chatham Chrysler still had plenty of energy Friday evening, as only one person had bowed out six hours into the charity event.

The annual Hands Off event at Chatham Chrysler Friday and Saturday raised more than $6,500 for charity.

Sales Manager Matt Herder said the event, in which contestants kept their hands on a Chrysler 200, involved more than $19,000 in prizes to participants and audience members, in addition to raising awareness for the groups involved.

Aaron Hurst won the one-year lease on the Chrysler, while Scott Thompson finished second and Lisa Holland third.

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Aaron Hurst, left, won the lease for a year of the Chrysler 200, while Scott Thompson placed second in the charity event.

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