Logan Center launches Great Logan nose-on 2013
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Tuesday the Logan Center brought one thousand people together in downtown South Bend.
They came to the Century Center for the Great Logan Nose-on luncheon.
The luncheon raises money for people with disabilities.
Tuesday's guest of honor was David Ragan, a 27-year-old NASCAR driver.
His older brother Adam has Down syndrome.
"Having an older brother with Down syndrome… He's been a big part of our life, certainly as a NASCAR driver we have a lot of ups and downs and it puts things into perspective having Adam along the way," said Ragan.
This was the 25th year for the event.
The Logan Center specializes in serving people in Michiana with developmental disabilities.