Thursday, 20 October 2011
Motorheads and food lovers got their fill last Saturday at Southwestern Community College’s annual Car and Bike Show, held at its Jackson County campus.
Between the Indian fry bread, hotdogs and chili on sale by SCC culinary students, or the sixty classic cars, trucks or motorcycles on display, visitors of the event got their fill at the Oct. 15 car and bike show.
All in all, there were 5 motorcycles and 55 cars or trucks on display at the event. The vehicles were judged by peers, and not by scoring entity.
“We had a really good turnout,” said SCC Public Information Officer Rose Garrett, explaining that between the entrant fees and food concessions, the funds raised at the event would pay for educational trips of the two departments. “There were some beautiful cars and trucks and the culinary arts department sold a lot of fry bread,” she laughed.