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Car Cruise spreads cheer in place of Car Show

Updated: May 16, 2020 10:40 PM

Area car clubs and collectors hosted their second ever Car Cruise Saturday. The purpose? To prevent the spread of COVID-19 at what would have traditionally been a car show.

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During the cruise, cars of all ages, colors and styles drove around the Northland waving at people who watched outside their homes.

Organizers said they had roughly 100 cars participate.

“This is a way to still get the people together, show off our cars, let people know that there is a group of people--a lot of people out there who like cars and collect cars,” Janet Aunet, organizer said.

In addition to cruising around neighborhoods, cars also made a point of driving by Edgewood Vista assisted living Home Saturday.

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