Assisting the committee will be well-known car enthusiasts Daniel Lashley and Ronnie Fralicks. The gates will open at 9 a.m. with registrations finished by 11, and judging to take place at 2:30 p.m.
The classes will include original car, original truck, modified car, modified truck, Best in Show Car and Best in Show Truck. There will also be bingo and a 50/50 pot with prizes awarded in every category.
Not stopping with all the other cars, there will be a model car show for the kids with the classes of all ages: Six and under, 7 -12 and 13-17. Prizes will be awarded.
A bubble gum blowing contest and an air filter throw are just a few of the activities that will be taking place throughout the day. The concession stand will be open and have lots of food.
Vendor spaces are also available by contacting Tara at (580) 296-2643. There will be special music groups coming in to entertain the whole family along with many other exciting activities. An open invitation is extended to all Texoma teens to join in and make this first show a big one.
Emilie Rice and her volunteers will paint the mural on the bandstand. All painting in the park will be in patriotic colors.
The committee has recently installed a new entrance gate and sign, painted the trash barrels, installed new plumbing in the rest rooms, and there are plans in motion to replace all the bridge timber on the Red River Bridge section. They are also seeking bids to repair the walking path that is being used by the whole community.
Board members say they are making the park the “neatest place in town” for all ages.
All net proceeds for this event will be used to build new basketball courts and a volley ball court. All monies are committed to improve the park for everyone to enjoy.
For more information, call Lydel Anderson at (580) 296-4466 or Delphine Webb at (580) 296-2643.