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2017 Fall Classic Car Show

2017 Car Show Flyer
Thank you to everyone who supported us with this year’s car show and raffle! It was a great day and the funds raised will be put to good use in our community. Raffle winners are listed below. Check out our Facebook page for pictures.

(Please excuse any misspelling of names) ALL WINNERS HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED

Car: D. Roberts
$2,500: M. Hickcock – Romeoville
$1,000: J. Schaffer – Quad Cities
$500: M. Lony – Highlands Ranch, Co.
J. Vidar – So. Elgin
$100 J. Nadue – Valparaiso, In
L. Brock – Lockport
M. Keating – ?, Illinois
B. Johnson – Union
C. Schmidt – Plainfield
50/50: B. Preboy – Channahon

The Morris Lions Club holds an annual Fall Classic Car Show at LyondellBasell Recreation Area each year.  It is one of the largest car shows in the area, it features not only up to 1225 classic show cars, but also offers a Swap Meet and Car Corral for those wishing to browse or buy cars or car related items.  The many food vendors will be waiting as well with a variety of goodies to round out a wonderful day.  The Car Show is located 5 miles East of Morris, on IL Route 6 at Tabler Road. This year’s show will be on Sunday, October 8th, 2017, with a rain date of October 15th, 2017.

Show car owners can register their cars from 7 A.M. until Noon. This is a judged show, featuring 43 classes with 3 awards per class, for a $20 registration fee for those not already pre-registered.  Eight special awards will also be given, such as Best Display, Club Participation, and Longest Distance Traveled to the show. Also, each year a set amount of show cars will receive Dash plaques, as they register their cars.

Spectators can attend for a $5.00 donation, and will enjoy seeing the cars, shopping at the Swap Meet and Car Corral, and visiting the many food vendors.  Tickets will be available for the Raffle Car. Raffle Car tickets are $5.00 each, 3 for $10, or 7 for $20.00.  50/50 tickets will also be available for $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00.

Morris Lions take pride in the fact that 100% of the profits from the show, the raffle car, and the 50/50 drawing all go back into the community.

The Morris Lions Club is a volunteer organization dedicated to leadership development through community service, and is part of a world-wide service organization.  Community members wishing to join or learn about Morris Lions Club are encouraged to attend meetings, held the first and third Thursdays at the Eagles’ Hall in Morris, or to contact a member.  Information will also be available at the Car Show for those wishing to get involved in serving our community.

For more information, please email morrislionsclub@gmail.com