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Custom car, bike show Oct. 30 at St. George Catholic Church in Apache Junction

Posted 10/7/21

The Knights of Columbus at St. George Catholic Church, 300 E. 16th Ave. in Apache Junction, is hosting the 17th Annual Custom Car and Bike Show Oct. 30.

Registration is 8-10 a.m. Registration for …

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Custom car, bike show Oct. 30 at St. George Catholic Church in Apache Junction

All the proceeds from the 17th Annual Custom Car and Bike Show Oct. 30 will benefit and stay with the Apache Junction Boys and Girls Club.
All the proceeds from the 17th Annual Custom Car and Bike Show Oct. 30 will benefit and stay with the Apache Junction Boys and Girls Club.
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The Knights of Columbus at St. George Catholic Church, 300 E. 16th Ave. in Apache Junction, is hosting the 17th Annual Custom Car and Bike Show Oct. 30.

Registration is 8-10 a.m. Registration for your car is $25, which includes T-shirt and dash plaque for pre-registrations.

“Once again, this year we are happy to announce all the proceeds will benefit and stay with the Apache Junction Boys and Girls Club. As in previous years, we will have awards for the vehicles as voted on by the attendees; our huge raffle; free food and beverages,” according to a release.

All participants receive a T-shirt; additional T-shirts will be available for sale.

For information, email Steve Ezyk at sezyk@siberianchill.com or Bill Gillis at wgillis@earthlink.net.

The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic fraternal organization dedicated to promoting and conducting educational, charitable, religious and social welfare works, rendering mutual aid and assistance to sick and needy members withing the parish and surrounding community, according to the release.

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