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On April 26th the Charleston Cruisers’ held their annual charity car show in conjunction with Charleston’s Spring Fest. The event was a huge success with proceeds of the show benefiting the Charleston Project Graduation, Reynolds Cancer Support House, and the Gregory Kistler Treatment Center for Children. There were beautiful cars ranging from 1927 trucks to modern muscle cars. 102.7 The Vibe and Big Country 107.3 DJ Race Riley, served as emcee along with live music from the group .357.

This year the cub scouts assisted with the car show by organizing a touch a truck event that had vehicles from Charleston Police and Fire Departments, Franklin County Sheriff’s Department, Prairie Township Constable’s Office, Air-Evac helicopter, and there was even a rock climbing wall.

The Charity Car Show would like to thank the following for making this year’s event such a success.

Hug Chevrolet GMC Buick

Ozark Ford

Breeden Dodge

Johnson Engine Rebuilders

Cody Sosebee Candidate for Franklin County Judge

Fred Nichols Candidate for Franklin County Judge

Joe Flanagan Candidate for Franklin County Judge

Chuck Parson’s Metal Buildings

Frank Roe Furniture

Paul Efurd Attorney at Law

Brotherton Brothers Funeral Home

Charleston Dental

Kat’s Kitchen

Charleston Autoparts

MediSav Pharmacy

Constance Thurman Photography

Dar’s Arts and Collectables

Simmons First National Bank

The Bargain Center

Smith’s Mortuary

The Country Clipper

Subway of Charleston

Jim Milam of Shelter Insurance

Bailey’s Powder Coating in Lavaca

Razor Vision

Paris Walmart

Ozark Walmart

Constable Scott McKenna

Bob Rogers Chevrolet

Randy Brown

David West

Arkansas Family Eye Care of Ozark

Paris Bumper to Bumper

O’Reily’s Autoparts Paris and Fort Smith

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