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Pictured at the benefit car show are, from left: Grace Noone, holding brother Cooper Noone, Captain Dee Fense and Parker Noone. The Noone children are from Westminster.
Pictured at the benefit car show are, from left: Grace Noone, holding brother Cooper Noone, Captain Dee Fense and Parker Noone. The Noone children are from Westminster. (Submitted photo , Carroll County Times)

Street Cars of Desire car club hosted its annual Country Cruizn Car Show June 9 at Taneytown Memorial Park to raise money for veterans.
With 104 cars on display, and hundreds of spectators in attendance, the show raised $2,635.
The day featured music by local band Wylde Fire, which donated its time; games; approximately 20 vendors; a Maryland State Police communications vehicle; an appearance by Captain Dee Fense, a Ravens superfan; and the Orioles and Ravens cars.
A muffler rap was held, with Marvin Glass' 1957 Corvette winning for the loudest vehicle and Kevin Leap's 1967 Plymouth winning for the nicest-sounding vehicle.
In addition, the perennial favorite game, the TP Toss, was played with both children and adults taking a chance to sink a roll of toilet paper into the custom toilet for a chance to win a prize.
Fifteen plaques for the "finest" were awarded. They went, in no particular order, to: Vincent Perticone, 1940 Ford; Ken Laughlin, 1964 GMC pickup; Mike Rapka, 1930 Model A Ford; Bernie Smith, 1933 Dodge sedan; Roger Fountain, 1953 F100 Ford; Bob and Rhonda Grove, 1966 Mustang coupe; Janet Hartwell, 1932 Ford coupe; Greg Walker, 2001 Ford Mustang; Dennis Benner, 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix; Scott Large, 1968 Dodge Charger RT; Mark Weamer, 1969 Camaro; Mike Myers, Harley Davidson Custom; Scott Martin, 1979 Jeep CJ7; Norman Barker, 1968 Chevy Surburban; and Donna Howe, 1956 Ford FBird pickup.
The Street Cars of Desire choice went to Charles Poole, 1966 Ford Thunderbird. Papa Joe's Mexican Restaurant choice award was given to Mindy Raffensberger, 1976 Ford Mustang Cobra. The Mayor's Choice award was given to Timothy Worthy, 1931 Chevy Sedan. The People's Choice award was given to Bob and Rhonda Grove, 1966 Mustang Coupe.
Next year's show is scheduled for June 8 at Taneytown Memorial Park.

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