The Wayne Township Fire Department hosted its 20th Annual Antique and Classic Car, Bike and Truck Show on Sunday.
More than 160 cars filled the Sam Hatfield Stadium in Duncan Falls for the big event. Each participant had to pay $6 to register their car and all the money raised went right back to the fire department.
"The proceeds go to buying new trucks and fire equipment because you always need fire equipment, rescue equipment so this is our fundraiser," said...
The community came together to support a local man through one of his toughest times.
Friends of Terry Kline put together a car and truck show to raise money for the medical expenses he acquired after recently undergoing an extensive surgery.
"Terry is amazing a very hard worker. He works for Dollar General and he had open heart surgery, and they are just a little bit down of their finances and we are just trying to help them," said Hope the Clown.
A cruise in car show that raises money for a good cause took place in Newark on Sunday.
The Alumni Association at C-TEC or the former Licking County Joint Vocational School, as some grads might remember it, held its annual car show for the fourth year. The event is the biggest fundraiser for the organization.
"We want to provide scholarships for C- TEC and help alumni with continuing education, so we are in the process right now of becoming a 501- C3 non profit...
The House of Grace church is inviting all car fanatics to join them in their first annual car show,
"We have a car show, it's our first annual car show, this Saturday, July 27th here at the House of Grace on Maysville Pike across from Workman's," said Brian Cottrell, Asst. Pastor at House of Grace. "We're gonna have a bike show, a car show and a truck show."
If you'd like to enter your own vehicle, the price is $10 and if you just want to stop by and view the...
People gathered in Zanesville Saturday to see classic and rare automobiles...
The Zanesville-Host Lions Club held it's 9th annual Car Show at Coburn United Methodist Church Saturday afternoon. Lions Club member Mike Grubb said that even in the hot weather, they had a good turnout.
"Usually we get about 50 to 60 cars. And it's not just the cars, the entry fee... But it's all the extra things, the donations that we get. A lot of people donate money," said Grubb.
It was a first for the Carr Center and Zanesville and Western Scenic Railroad. The Scenic Railroad is a fairly new organization in the area. It provides tourist train rides along the historic rail line known as Glass Rock Spur. Looking for a chance to spread the word they teamed-up Sunday with the Carr Center for a joint Charity Car Show.
"They're already known in the area where we are just a start-up organization," said Vice...
The afternoon rain couldn't keep car lovers of all ages from supporting their local fire department.
More than 100 cars came out to Sam Hatfield Stadium in Duncan Falls to take part in the 18th annual car show. All money raised will benefit the Wayne Township Volunteer Fire Department. Assistant Chief Steve Farus said it's one of the only fundraisers they host each year, making it all the more important.
"Whenever you go out on a fire or wreck usually something gets lost or...
A larger crowd than anticipated came out Saturday afternoon to support a local fire department.
Saturday was the 5th annual Car Show sponsored by the Washington Township Volunteer Fire Department. President, Adam Siddle said, this year had a lager turn out than in years past with 63 cars taking part in the event.
Participant, Marlene Farley said, "We like to support the local fire department, because he was a volunteer fireman and my husband, which is deceased, was involved...
If you're a car show enthusiast and looking for something to do this weekend, look no further than the Washington Township Fire Department.
The department will hold their 5th annual car show Saturday. The day will include a 50/50 raffle, door prizes and food. All items are donated, and proceeds will go towards equipment and training. Chief, Gene Hanning said, it's a great event for a good cause, but attendance has been low.
"Last couple years has been down because you got...
A special car graced the Home Depot parking lot alongside some classic cars.
In their third-annual Classic and Muscle Car Show, Home Depot opened up their parking lot to car enthusiasts and their number 20 NASCAR.
"To put the combination of the classic car show and the NASCAR, it's a first time so, it's exciting you come out here get a digital picture with the car," says Frank Berlo, At-Homes Coordinator and event planner for Home Depot.