With over 34,000 volunteer hours logged over 16 years, knitting 4,300 hats and booties for newborns at Medina hospital, Sally Harbath now gets to sit back, relax, and let someone else do her a kindness – wash her car.
Harbath won 30 days of unlimited car washes in a drawing sponsored by M&T Auto Body in Hinckley, which she can enjoy at both Buckeye Super Wash locations in Medina and Brunswick. “We’ve been going to Buckeye since it opened, and we moved here in 1966,” said Harbath.
“People don’t realize how keeping a car’s surface clean of droppings, tree sap and road grime actually preserves and prolongs the paint,” explains John Feagan, owner of M&T Auto Body.
Seizing on Buckeye Super Wash’s unlimited car wash special was a natural choice for Feagan’s promotional giveaway, because he could help promote another locally-owned business which happens to encourage proper automotive maintenance. Feagan adds, “We work hard to return cars to customers looking as good as, or better than, new – why not do what we can to help keep them that way!”
The first recipient, Harbath, is a retired Buckeye High School business teacher who keeps so busy, it’s a wonder she ever had time to work during her 21 year teaching career. She sang with barbershop quartets, starting in 1984, and continues to sing with her church choir. Harbath walks 7 days a week at the Medina Recreation Center, breakfasts at Buehlers, enjoys a couple of soap operas, and eats dinner out every night at area restaurants. Active and available to her three grandchildren who live nearby, Sally Harbath knows how to enjoy life.
A member of the Medina Coterie, a woman’s club with roots as far back as the 1880’s, whose purpose was, and remains, to cultivate intellectual and cultural awareness through study, Harbath continues to live a life of learning.
The opportunity to win 30 days of unlimited car washes has been extended through the month of May. Get details at both Buckeye Super Wash locations or visit MTAutoBodyOhio.com and click on the “Got Dirt” button.