Unloading commodities

Many hands make for at least lighter work unloading thousands of pounds of commodities for the needy at a recent Mossy Creek Cruzers Car Club gathering. From left are Carol Ehm, Charlie Ehm, Pete Balzano, and Ron Breeden. – STEVEN LLOYD | THE STANDARD BANNER

The line of classic cars, Chevrolets from the ‘50s and ’60s, a pink Ford Thunderbird, even a ’58 Edsel, entered Broadway under the giant ice cream cone at Kay’s and stopped at the light headed west.

Driving the lead car on the first leg of a “fun run,” Mossy Creek Cruzers Car Club President Pat Dukes noticed a fellow driver trying to get her attention, so she rolled down the window of her ’36 Oldsmobile.

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