Cruisers bask in sunshine, roll into Les Grove Park

Under brilliant sunshine, the Solid Rock Cruisers held their sixth annual Cruise to the Park on Saturday at Les Gove Park.

  • Wednesday, July 9, 2008 7:40pm
  • Life

Under brilliant sunshine, the Solid Rock Cruisers held their sixth annual Cruise to the Park on Saturday at Les Gove Park.

The classic car show was open to all makes, models and years of cars and trucks. Trophies were awarded to the best in show.

The show included raffles, games, music, a concert by Outreach, an appearance by Miss Auburn, a plastic model car contest, vendors and food.

Proceeds from the show benefitted the homeless of South King County, including the Vine Maple Place (for homeless families), Action International in Gulu, Uganda, Highline Missions Mexico, and woodstoves for poor families without heat in Romania.

Right, Jerry Piefer cleans the windows on his 1939 Chevrolet Master 85 Sedan.




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