Groton teen hosts car show to help children with cancer

People look at the cars on display during a car show at The Bridge Market in Groton, Sunday, June 11, 2017.  The event was hosted by Aiden Chaffee, 15, of Noank in honor of his friend, Daniel Walsh, who died in December.  Donations are going to the Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford to help children with cancer.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)
People look at the cars on display during a car show at The Bridge Market in Groton, Sunday, June 11, 2017. The event was hosted by Aiden Chaffee, 15, of Noank in honor of his friend, Daniel Walsh, who died in December. Donations are going to the Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford to help children with cancer. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

People look at the cars on display during a car show at The Bridge Market in Groton, Sunday, June 11, 2017.  The event was hosted by Aiden Chaffee, 15, of Noank in honor of his friend, Daniel Walsh, who died in December.  Donations are going to the Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford to help children with cancer. 

A car owned by Randy Walsh covered in handwritten notes that people wrote after a candle light vigil that took place for his son, Daniel Walsh, at Waterford Speed Bowl in December sits across from people looking at the cars on display during a car show at The Bridge Market in Groton, Sunday, June 11, 2017.  The event was hosted by Aiden Chaffee, 15, of Noank in honor of his friend, Daniel Walsh, who died in December after fighting cancer.  Donations are going to the Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford to help children with cancer.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)
A car owned by Randy Walsh covered in handwritten notes that people wrote after a candle light vigil that took place for his son, Daniel Walsh, at Waterford Speed Bowl in December sits across from people looking at the cars on display during a car show at The Bridge Market in Groton, Sunday, June 11, 2017. The event was hosted by Aiden Chaffee, 15, of Noank in honor of his friend, Daniel Walsh, who died in December after fighting cancer. Donations are going to the Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford to help children with cancer. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

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