Chasing Butterflies Walk: The Walk for Turner Syndrome
The Villages Vintage Car Club showed up early on a cold, windy Saturday to support The Turner Syndrome Walk on 02/06/2016 at The Villages Polo Club.
There was BBQ sandwiches, hot dogs with chips, soda, coffee, hot chocolate, a cash bar provided by Katie Belles. The Villages Charter High School Golden Girls performed and The Villages Vintage Car Club was there with their cars.
There was a chance to win up to $10,000! The Villages Vintage Car Club purchased two $100 dollar tickets in hopes of winning the big prize. The winner hasn’t been identified yet but it wasn’t our group.
A BIG Thank You to the brave group that showed up Saturday morning!
Photo of the guys carrying the club flag . See pictures of cars in the recent photos page
The club participated in the Don Garlits Toys for Kids show on Dec 5, 2015. This a Premiere Show every year. Great location and lots of cars. We had a good turn out for this show . Club member John Howard wins Don Garlits Choice trophy.
The trunks went up and kids came out . It was a spooktacular event. More like a marathon. The crowds were HUGE. In addition to the candy provided by club members additional candy that was collected by The Villages at the regional Rec Centers was delivered to the 25 cars by a 4 wheel wagon. Somewhere in excess of ten wagon loads delivered to each car. It was nonstop from 3pm to 7pm when the supply was exhausted. So were all the club members. Everyone worked / played until they could no longer stand.
As the evening went on the club members were entertained by Witches, tall people, clowns, and adults that went all out on their costumes. Not sure if you could have fit anyone else on to the streets of Brownwood.
The cars were judged by the Villages staff and awards were handed out. Two Goulash looking children Zack and CJ helped distribute the awards. Additional pictures of the award winners are on the recent photos page. What a fun event.
Don Garlits held his Winter Run car show Saturday Jan 31 at the museum site near Ocala. The Club was well represented on a beautiful day in central Florida. You can see photos on the recent photo page and club photo album site. There were about 500 cars in the show and most were dressed out with horsepower and chrome. Car Show proceeds went to Hospices house in Ocala. A day were everyone was a winner.