- The Washington Times - Thursday, September 8, 2005

Patriotic tribute set for Hancock show

A Patriots Day car, truck and motorcycle show is slated tomorrow in Hancock, Md.

The day will include a September 11 memorial service at noon with patriotic music and a special police, military, fire and rescue recognition ceremony. Trophies will be awarded to the top 30 cars, top 10 trucks, top 10 cycles and top 10 MAIA club cars.

The entry fee is $10.

The site of the event is the Tonolaway Rod and Gun Club on Woodmont Road in Hancock.

For more information, visit https://maia58-70.tripod.com on the Internet.

Child safety tips, IDs offered at carnival

Tysons Dodge Jeep, in conjunction with the Fairfax County Sheriff’s Department, is holding child safety seat information sessions at the Vienna-Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce Community Carnival, which runs through Sunday at Nottoway Park in Vienna, Va.

The VTRCC also has scheduled a child ID program today from 6 to 9 p.m. and tomorrow from noon to 5 p.m.

Authorities can use a record of a missing child’s fingerprints to help locate the youngster. Parents can bring their young children to get a free identification card from the Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office.

For additional information, visit the Web site at www.vtrcc.org.

Herndon show aids police causes

The Herndon Police Department and the Citizens Support Team will hold their fifth annual car show Sunday at the Municipal Center.

The day, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., will include trophies, a car corral, flea market, door prizes, music and food. The rain date is Sept. 25.

Proceeds from the $15 registration fee at the gate and the preregistration fee ($12) will benefit the HPCST and a memorial fund to honor the memory of fallen Metropolitan Police Department Reserve Officer Joseph Pozell.

The Municipal Center is located at Lynn and Center streets in downtown Herndon. For more information, call Steve at 703/437-1278 or send e-mail to [email protected]

Museum would pay a million for Dean car

A car museum in Volo, Ill., has offered $1 million for the Porsche 550 Spyder that legendary actor James Dean was driving in 1955 when he died in a crash. The mangled sports car — one of only 90 made that year — subsequently was shown throughout the United States as part of a police safe-driving campaign. But then it just disappeared, according to a recent CNN report.

The Volo Auto Museum is observing the 50th anniversary of Mr. Dean’s death on Sept. 30 with an exhibit of artifacts from the crash. But it has only a passengere door from the Porsche. The museum says it will pay for the car after it is authenticated by George Barris, who customized the car for Mr. Dean.

Sugarloaf AACA plans show in Mount Airy

The Sugarloaf Mountain Region AACA is presenting its 36th annual car show on Sunday at Fireman’s Park in Mount Airy, Md. Trophies for first, second and third place will be awarded in all classes. Trophies also will be given for the longest distance driven pre-1935, longest driven post-1936 and oldest vehicle.

For vehicle registration, call Hunter Mauck at 301/253-5761; for flea market registration, call Dave Yinger at 301/774-4909. The show is free for spectators.

Car, cycle show set for field in Laurel

“The Endless Summer 2005” car and motorcycle show is scheduled tomorrow in Laurel.

The event is open to custom cars, hot rods, antiques, special-interest vehicles and motorcycles and will include live music, food and a flea market, as well as children’s games, door prizes and a 50-50 raffle. The rain-postponement day is Sunday.

Registration at McCollough Field, located at Montgomery Street at Eighth and Ninth streets, begins at 9 a.m. Trophies will be awarded for the first three places in each of 26 classes. For more information, including vendor space rental, call 301/483-9807.

Jaguar fanciers plan for Rockville concours

The Nation’s Capital Jaguar Owners Club “Concours d’Elegance” is scheduled for Sunday on the Rockville campus of Montgomery College.

Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and judging starts at 11.

In addition to presentation of trophies, there will be vendors with Jaguar automobilia, cars for sale, food service and even a bagpiper. There will be no charge for spectators.

For additional information, call Bill Moore at 703/827-9509 or send an e-mail to [email protected] or visit www.jagnet.com on the Internet.

Old Cars Unlimited hosts black-tie event

Old Cars Unlimited of Washington, D.C., a club dedicated to the preservation of antique and classic cars, will hold a black-tie banquet Sunday from 4 to 8 p.m. A half century of cars will be on display at LaFontaine Bleu at 7963 Annapolis Road in Lanham. Tickets are $50 in advance. No tickets will be sold at the door.

For ticket information, call Curtis Brevard at 202/725-8124 or Allen Smith at 202/374-0255 or Devron Thornton at 202/269-9461. Additional information can be found at www.oldcarsunlimited.com.

Deale accents show with bluegrass, food

The Deale Merchants Association’s annual car show will be held Sept. 17 on the grounds of Herrington Harbour North Marina at Tracy’s Landing.

Registration begins at 7 a.m. and judging starts at 11:30 a.m. In addition to trophies, the event in Anne Arundel County, Md., will provide bluegrass music and food throughout the day.

Admission for car and driver is $15. For more information, call 410/867-6909 or visit www.DealeMerchants.com.

Fax or mail items of interest to Bill O’Brien, Auto Notes, The Washington Times, 3600 New York Ave. NE, Washington, D.C. 20002. Use fax number 202/832-2167. The deadline is 5 p.m. on the Monday before publication on Friday.


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