The Dodge Charger Daytona group brought their muscle to Dodge City on Saturday for the second year in a row.

The cars featured were limited edition Dodge Charger Daytona's from 2006 through 2009 that have the same body but have a limited production number on the dash.

During the car show, the group gathered a collection of $231 and made a donation to the Meadowlark House Child Advocacy Center in Dodge City.

Since 1999, the Meadowlark House in Dodge City has provided assistance for a safe environment to abused and neglected children and families.

Working with the Dodge City Police Department, Ford County Sheriff’s Office and Department of Children and Families, the Meadowlark House’s mission is to promote prevention, education and intervention services to those children and families.

"The Meadowlark House is excited to receive support from such an unexpected source," 

Meadowlark House coordinator Stephanie Fuhrmann said. "The Dodge Charger Daytona car owners have extended kindness beyond their own community to assist our kids.

"These funds will be used to support the work of our multidisciplinary team through activities that facilitate training and teamwork."

More than 25 Daytona owners from across the country and Canada came with their cars and have already planned to return next year.

Organizer Klint Edwards has extended invitations to owners of 2013 chargers that came in only four colors as well as 2017 owners.

"I know the show will be bigger next year because I am going to promote a lot earlier for the newer models," Edwards said to the Globe previously.

If you are interested in ways you can help, please contact the Meadowlark House at 620-789-0396 or visit