Asphalt Angels Donates Its Coffers To CROS Ministries

Standing in front of the CROS Ministries box truck at St. Peter’s United Methodist Church in Wellington are Jerry Grist, Asphalt Angels Treasurer & Secretary Linda Grist, President Sharon Morlock, CROS Ministries Executive Director Ruth Mageria, Director of Development & Community Relations Gibby Nauman, Linda and Jerry Gash, and Marianne and Mark Forrest.

On Tuesday, March 26, the Asphalt Angels Car Club of Palm Beach County made a generous donation to CROS Ministries for their hunger programs.

The Asphalt Angels, a classic car enthusiast club, is disbanding after 68 years. Over the years, many of its car shows and events have been held in Wellington. Retiring President Sharon Morlock and Treasurer & Secretary Linda Grist are Wellington residents.

With a membership once thriving at 312 strong, the club brought together enthusiasts who shared a common love for classic automobiles.

Throughout its remarkable 68-year history, they also supported numerous local charities, enriching the community through their car shows and philanthropy.

While sad about the club’s closing, its members would like to acknowledge an end to an era, and they are grateful for the club’s lasting impact in the community, including this donation to CROS Ministries, which meet the needs of the growing number of people struggling with food insecurity.