Old Y car show ‘huge success’


The Old Y Restaurant First Annual Car Show over the weekend was “a huge success,” according to organizers, with more than 80 cars and trucks on display. “People from all around the local community gathered for our famous Y fish, free milkshakes, good music, and nice cars,” said Jesse Greene. The Old Y car show organizers thanked Wade McKee and Randy and Pam Clark for helping with the event. The possibility of another car show next year could be in the making, they said.


Aerial photo courtesy Dan Music

The Old Y Restaurant First Annual Car Show over the weekend was “a huge success,” according to organizers, with more than 80 cars and trucks on display. “People from all around the local community gathered for our famous Y fish, free milkshakes, good music, and nice cars,” said Jesse Greene. The Old Y car show organizers thanked Wade McKee and Randy and Pam Clark for helping with the event. The possibility of another car show next year could be in the making, they said.

The Old Y Restaurant First Annual Car Show over the weekend was “a huge success,” according to organizers, with more than 80 cars and trucks on display. “People from all around the local community gathered for our famous Y fish, free milkshakes, good music, and nice cars,” said Jesse Greene. The Old Y car show organizers thanked Wade McKee and Randy and Pam Clark for helping with the event. The possibility of another car show next year could be in the making, they said.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/07/web1_car-show-old-y.jpgThe Old Y Restaurant First Annual Car Show over the weekend was “a huge success,” according to organizers, with more than 80 cars and trucks on display. “People from all around the local community gathered for our famous Y fish, free milkshakes, good music, and nice cars,” said Jesse Greene. The Old Y car show organizers thanked Wade McKee and Randy and Pam Clark for helping with the event. The possibility of another car show next year could be in the making, they said. Aerial photo courtesy Dan Music