Lions Club Holds 9th Annual Car Show

Lions Club Holds 9th Annual Car Show

by Jennifer Bullock on May 27, 2012

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.

The vehicles were judged and selected for People’s Choice, Lions’ Choice and Runner-Up trophies. Grubb said a lot of local organizations contributed to the event.

"I had very few people turn me down. And, you know, I think it’s just going in there with a caring attitude and explaining, you know, that ‘hey, this is for the people’… They’re here because they love cars, they… I feel like they like to help the community."

Proceeds from the Car Show benefit the Zanesville-Host Lions Club and support its activities throughout the year.