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Annual Middleton car show still wheeling for good causes

By Heather Killen

The Spectator

hkillen@annapolisspectator.ca

 

The wheels are rolling for the sixth annual Middleton Antique Car Show set for Saturday.

This year the Middleton and District Lions Club is hosting the car show and its proceeds will be used for various community projects, said Jonathan Archibald, chair of the Middleton and Area Business Association (MABA).

This year the show will be held June 14 at Centennial Park and the grounds of the Macdonald Museum at 41 School St., from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m.

“It goes rain, or shine,” said Archibald. “We’ll hope for sun, but it will still go ahead if it rains.”

The Macdonald Museum is partnering with the Lions during the event, opening its grounds to showcase some of the cars. The museum will also offer free admission that day and will be organizing a barbecue to benefit the museum.

This is the sixth year for the show that attracts about 100 antique, classic, and special-interest cars from across the province. In the past the show was organized by MABA and all proceeds were donated to community projects such as the new fire hall, the local food bank, and the Middleton Lions Club.

This time around the Lions are organizing the show and will be using the proceeds to support their own community programs such as the emergency relief funds for food vouchers, hearing aids, eyeglasses, and heating oil.

For more information visit www.facebook.com/MiddletonAntiquecarshow

Organizations: Middleton and District Lions Club, MABA, Macdonald Museum Area Business Association

Geographic location: Centennial Park

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