Paradise Valley Veterans Appreciation remains beloved local fundraiser
Staff Reports | Digital Free Press
The Town of Paradise Valley Saturday, Nov. 11, is hosting the 18th annual Paradise Valley Veterans’ Appreciation Vintage Car Show.
Paradise Valley Mayor Jerry Bien-Willner and fellow members of Town Council invite residents, neighbors and friends to take rare and one-of-a-kind collector cars out of their garages and drive them to 6401 E. Lincoln Drive.
The objective of the show is for Paradise Valley residents — young and old — to come to Town Hall and meet their neighbors and enjoy these wonderful old vintage automobiles, trucks and motorcycles plus meet some outstanding veterans.
The show runs from 8:30 am to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 11.
Participants of the car show entrant are asked for a minimum $50 donation to the designated charity serving American heroes.
This year, event promoters report, all proceeds and contributions from the show will go to The Sentinels of Freedom and the Military Assistance Mission; both nonprofits, supporting Arizona military and their families.
If you would like to enter, go HERE.
Attendance is free and welcome to all 150 plus automobiles at Town Hall. All cars are pre-1983, and include cars from the Brass Era, Pre-War Classics, vintage European and American Sports cars, ‘50s chrome beauties, Muscle Cars from the 1960s, hot rods, trucks and motorcycles.