32nd Annual Car and Bike Show Raises over $3000 for the Malad PTO
The weather stayed perfect for this year’s Car and Bike show, which ended right on time with the first drop of rain. The yearly tradition brought in people and cars from all around Idaho and surrounding states, and raised over $3000 for this year’s recipient, the Malad PTO. Funds were raised through entrance fees and donations. This year’s Best in Show winner was a 1957 Handyman 150 owned by Albert Weeden.
Main Street remained closed for the duration of the event, which ran from 9:00-4:00 on Saturday. A number of vendors were on hand, as well as the Fair Board’s Raffle table.
The cars, bikes, and trailers on display ranged from early 30s coupes all the way to modern performance cars, with a little bit of everything in between.
After a long day of relaxing and enjoying the company of other car hounds, a full slate of awards were given out.
More pictures, and complete list of winners inside on Page 2.