ROANOKE,Va. -

The 34th Annual Muscular Dystrophy Association Car Show rolled into town. It made a stop at the Roanoke Civic Center.

The event attracts people from all walks of life, from families to car enthusiasts. Proceeds go to help the Muscular Dystrophy Association in Roanoke fund programs.

“For kids to be able to go to summer camp, it means so much. It means that they can actually go to a camp for them and have one on one time with a counselor,” said show coordinator Liz Higgins.

Organizers say they're hoping to surpass what they raised last year, which was more than $68,000.