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Car show Saturday at Deltaville Farmers’ Market

Gary Ellis’ 1951 Crosly Super Sport

This Saturday, October 25, at the Deltaville Farmers’ Market, the Northern Neck Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) will hold a car show.

The club boasts more than 150 members. “Members come from all walks of life and varied interests,” said club member Jack Ashburn.

Of special note is the Cadillac owned by Mary Brill. This bright red beauty was seen in the film “Great Balls of Fire” with Jerry Lee Lewis. Some other cars expected are Jim Davis’ 1948 Hudson, Jack Vogel’s 1929 Packard, Merel Horsman’s 1949 Pontiac, Cecil Posey’s 1941 Chevy, John Hess’ 1935 Ford and Lester Hoyle’s 1935 Chevy. Gary Ellis will be there with his flashy yellow Crosly Super Sport, and Jerry Lester also will be there with one of his cars.

“If you enjoy antique cars and all the goodies available from vendors at the Deltaville Farmers’ Market, the lawn of Yates House Community Arts Center is the place to be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, October 25,” said an event spokesperson.

Cards, prints, sculpture and more items that were donated by artists will be on sale to benefit the Yates Community Arts Center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to organize, sponsor and encourage educational and cultural activities in visual and performing arts and crafts.   All donations are welcome and tax-deductible.

posted 10.22.2008

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