|A & W|
Fund Raiser for MS
August 19th, 2021
Presented by Dave DickinsonAugust 19, 2021\
Each year all across Canada A & W have a car show and raise funds for the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada. This year rather than having just a car show it was decided to add in a cruise between the different A&W’s starting at the verge and ending at North Kamloops.
|Audrey and Engel Bouwmeester while registering were |
talking with Ron Popve the organizer of the event.
He told them that the owner of the truck stop
was going to match the funds raised up to a sum of $5,000.
At the time of registration you were given a sheet of directions
that was to be initial at each A & W visited.
and then turned in at the end for a chance of winning one of the many door prizes.
the our Chapter we had a good showing of 15 members driving their cars|
and 4 others joined in for a teen burger and support. of the cause.
During this time A&W donates a % of every teen burger sold that day to the MS Soceity
Engel Boumeester's 1972 Corvette &
Craig Beddie's 1947 Mercury
Marlene Beddie enjoying her Root Beer
Carolyn Obieglo 1964 Pontiac
Ray Henry's 1964 Valiant
Al Barden's1940 Mercury
Harm Fransen's 1965 Me5rcury Comet
Terry Davidson's 1955 Ford
Don Potts' 1953 Plymouth
Jerry Wallin's 1964 Meteor
Jim Carroll's 1973 Ford
Dave Dickinson's 1964 Ford
|So part of the fund raiising was for every Teen Burger that was purchased a % was donated to the MS Society|
With this in mid members came early enough to visit and enjoy their burger.
Ken and Marge Hoshowski along with Sue Wilson
enjoying their burgers
Craig Beddie, Lila & John Foley with Marlene beddie enjoy the shade as it was a warm day
The event was very well organized as when we left the Verge a tow truck acted as the pace vehicle and led us down TCH
to the Valleyview A & W location..
Leaving the A & W and still following the pace truck we headed East to Oriole road as there was two left turn lanes here for access back on to the TCH.After the Valleyview A&W it was a drive over the Thompson River on Hwy 5 and a visit to the Kamloops POWOW grounds.
There was a number of people camped there as they had to vacate their homes and frams because of the many wildfires in the area.
|When leaving the Pow Wow grounds and was time time to get back on Hwy 5 the police was helping with traffic control as I am sure we must have had between 60 & 70 cars in attendance.|
|Keith Barron is seen here waiting for the Left turn signal at the Halston |
Don Pott's parked at the Halston A&W so he could visit with some of his friends from the Roadmen's Car Club
|The last and final stop was the North Shore A & W|
The regiastraion sheets were collected and put into a draw barrell.
John Foley and Ron Popove
discuss how well the event went.
Sherry Carroll & Lila Foley
Sue Wilson & Marge Hoshowski
|Gerry & Vicky Wallin|
When the $7,000 that was raised was presented to the manager of the A&W
it was announced that Kamloops was the only place in all of Canada
that had a rolling car show for this occasion
|After the prestntation of funds collected the drww prises where awarded|
The following Kamloops Chapter members were winners.
|HOPE WE SEE YOU HERE NEXT YEAR|