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      Classy Chassy Cruiser members were invited by the Salvation Army to celebrate Halloween at the Pizza Ranch, Hwy 1, Iowa City parking lot with treats for the kids. There must have been 200 plus kids go thru the lines .There were others handing out goodies plus the Iowa City Fire Department personnel were they giving out firemen hats; the Iowa City Police were there; and the Johnson County Ambulance personnel were there. There was a bouncy house for the kids. Dennis Plate, Diane Stastny, Mark and Donna Heacock represented Classy Classy Cruisers. We had a lot of fun with the kids in costumes. The sun was out when we first got there at 3:15p, however it clouded over, and temperatures dropped to lower 40 degrees. We left when we ran out of candy due to the cold.


     Liberty High school, North Liberty invited classics/Cruisers owners to display for the students and staff October 24th from 1:45p to 2:30p. The weather was in 80's, a little windy, a great fall day. We had 25 classics/Cruisers and one vintage motorcycle. The students came out and enjoyed viewing the vehicles. Some of the owners displayed the power some had and students were impressed.

Thanks Liberty High School for the invitation! And Thank you to Dean Westergaard, CCC member for suggesting we display for the students.


      Saturday, October 14th, Classy Chassy Cruisers did their last Show n Shine Car Show at Walden Place, Iowa City. It was a chilly 59 degrees. Residents and staff could vote for their favorite. We only had five classics registered and  they were eligible for door prizes.

            50/50 total was $20 and Ed Logan, Coralville had the lucky ticket. He donated his winnings back to Hospice.

      The residents who came out to view the classics were given a goody bag with Classy Chassy Cruiser items.

      Emily, Walden Place Activity Director gave Sponsor’s Choice to Gary Werle, Solon with his 70’ Ford Torino and he was presented a $50 Certificate from Dodge Street Tire, Iowa City. Spectator Choice went to Ed Logan, Coralville with his 55’ Chevy Pick up. He was awarded a bucket of detailing Supplies.

       Mark Dibble’s (CCC Member) dad (101 years old) is a resident of Walden Place and he came out to view the cars.  Another resident, Jim Leonard brought a 1908 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost he made out of wood to show the CCC members.


Saturday, October 7th, Classy Chassy Cruisers did a Show n Shine from 11a-2p at the request of Michael Guinane, Community Relations Coordinator, Emery Place Assisted Living and Memory Care, Robins, Iowa. It was a little chilly and jacket weather. We have 11 participants display their classics and motorcycle. We collected $33 at Registration for Hospice. 50/50 brought in $33 and Charles Beck, a resident of Emery Place had the lucky ticket, winning $15. Hospice got $16. Spectators, staff, and visitors could vote for their favorite. Winners of the Spectators Choice was Jeff and Mary Christensen, Robins with their 55' Chevy, and they were awarded  a bucket of detailing supplies. Emery Place Sponsors Choice went to Mel Cannon, Iowa City with his 2020 Mustang and he was awarded a bucket of detailing supplies. The residents enjoyed viewing the classics and cruisers, visiting with the owners. We also passed put CCC bags with items. Emery Place had a grill out with hamburgers, hot dogs, etc., coffee, and chips. Thank you Michael for inviting us. He commented he wanted to do this again in 2024.