Saturday Sept 2nd polish up your car and get ready to enjoy a great day of fun with purpose. One of our area pet rescues the Noah Project is planting a flag and hopes to bring to the area a sustained event that will become an annual destination for fans of cars, canines and cats....pretty cool the title they cam up with huh? Canines Cats and Cruisers is a classic car show to benefit this shelter and is going to be held at Anything and Everything at 3031 Heights Ravenna Road from 10a-3p with a cruise to follow.
As a no kill shelter, completely supported by donations and community, the Noah Project works year round to find ways to gather the funds needed to help the animals in their care as they work to find them their new forever homes. It's a combination of time, talent and treasure that all go in to the work and it's not really slowing down much. Noah Project as well as our other area shelters are busting at the seams to find homes for these animals and to keep them clean, fed and housed while that work goes on takes a huge community effort. That's one of the bet parts of our community, we' can always find a way, somehow to come together and make it happen for a cause.
On September 2nd, you'll find live music from the Steeple Hill Band as well as the car show. First 75 cars get dash plaques and goodie bags and there will be a great awards ceremony too! 50/50 drawings happening, raffle and door prizes, food trucks and more! If you've never been to the location on Heights Ravenna Road, it's big. It's an expansive parking lot and set back off the road a little so the more the merrier! Spectators are free, but please do remember that this is a fund raiser and the entry fee per car is only $15 bucks.
Bill Vanderweele and Nancy Glick joined at Weber Lumber in Muskegon where Bill is the President. Bill is also the VP of the Noah Project and they explain the day and the cause! A great way to enjoy a car show and help some pretty amazing pets at Noah Project!! Make sure you stop on out and enjoy.