Classic cars roar at Lions Club car show
AMENIA — Once again, the Amenia Lions Club found a way to rev up some community spirit with help from an exceptional lineup of cars featured in this year’s Community Classic Car Show on Sunday, Sept. 19.
With the show running from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., cars of varying makes and models were proudly parked on the grass of the Four Brothers Drive-In Theatre, their wheels pointed in the direction of the theater’s main screen.
The owners of the cars and trucks seated themselves near their vehicles, happy to engage with the numerous people who stopped by to admire the shiny mix of metal and glass works of art on display.
Paired with music, food and raffle prizes for the car show entrants, the event gave community members a reason to be out in the sunshine on Sunday. All who attended seemed to enjoy a great car show for an equally great cause.
All proceeds raised at the Community Classic Car Show were directed to benefit the local COVID-19 Community Relief Fund.
— Kaitlin Lyle