Cruise the Ave Sunday for a triple-threat event with cars, trade show, and swap meet

Friday, September 30, 2011

2010 Fan Favorite / Best In Show, 1965 Mustang Fastback, "Shaboom",
owned by Marly and Bob Champion.
Photo courtesy Les Neu.

Cruise the Ave So They Shall Walk is classic cars, trade show, and swap meet,  all to take place on Sunday, October 3, at the Aurora Sears Plaza.

The Cruise begins at Shoreline Community College where the drivers will have breakfast between 7:30 & 9 am.

SCC President Lee Lambert is the Honorary Inaugural Cruise Meister and will join Alan Howard of Evergreen Speedway in the Speedway Pace car.

If you'd like to watch the car cruise, here's the route:
  • SCC to Aurora, south to a 146th U turn.
  • North to 182nd, right turn to Midvale, back to 175th.
  • From there back onto Aurora to Westminster where the cars will be pulling into the upper Sears parking lot between 10 - 10:30.

2010 entry.  Photo by Mark McVeety.
Organizers say they expect anywhere from 150 to 200+ cars of all make, models & years along with 2012 Cadillacs from Doug's Cadillac, 2012 Mustangs, Volts, Corvettes, and Focus from Bill Pierre Auto Center and 2012 Kia Souls and a showroom condition 1962 Chevy pickup from Chuck Olsen.

The Shoreline Rotary lunch bunch will hold its Rotary Rummage Ramble in the company of up to 75 other Swap meet, Trade and Crafts vendors who will set up around Sears between 7:30 - 9:30 am.

According to They Shall Walk Director of Resources Les Neu, "Sears has given They Shall Walk the ok to hold 1st Sunday of the Month Shoreline Community Swap meets every month, 12 months a year. Rain, shine or snow. This town needs a good Swap meet aka flea market."

They Shall Walk, originally based in Shoreline, is a 501c3, non-profit, medical research and development laboratory in the process of developing the LIFESUIT, which will enable paraplegics to get out of their wheel chairs and walk.


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