"The foster and adoptive parents of Hall County extend an invitation to you to attend our 3rd annual car show on April 27th, 2013! The show location is the Hayes Dodge dealership, 3115 Frontage Rd in Gainesville GA from 11:00 to 5:00 with trophies…"
The foster and adoptive parents of Hall County extend an invitation to you to attend our 3rd annual car show on April 27th, 2013! The show location is the Hayes Dodge dealership, 3115 Frontage Rd in Gainesville GA from 11:00 to 5:00 with trophies awarded at 4:00.. All the money we collect goes to benefit the children in foster care in our county. We provide care bags when a foster child comes into foster care with all the necessities like a tooth brush and tooth paste and things like a new toy, a blanket... We also provide Christmas gifts for every child in care and we are looking to start up providing a birthday gift for their special day. We need your help to be able to take care of the 130 or so Hall County foster children. Registration is $15 per vehicle. We also welcome venders. Check out our website and see pics of our other car shows at www.lovehopehealing.com! We hope to see you there!!
At the turn of the century, Rushton Mill operated as an entirely self-sufficient textile mill. Today, this historic 278,000-square-foot mill sits on 18-plus acres and houses a comprehensive classic car museum and sundry of other amusements. Owner Woody Heath, a Georgia native, has an avid interest in antiques and collectibles, a work history in movie props and an impressive personal collection of antique automobiles. Heath translated his avocations into a remarkable, family-friendly getaway. Heath explains that he wanted to create “a complex that is centrally located … to have parties, buy antiques, see collectible cars and have an afternoon excursion for the whole family—ages 6 to 90,” he says. This exciting destination is currently open by appointment only and admission is free.
The “main street” of Rushton Mill is a replica 1950s-era town and serves as the backdrop for the mill’s automobile collection. Car enthusiasts and novices alike enjoy the nostalgic setting as they peruse the vintage collection.
With great attention to authenticity and detail, Heath has created an attraction that is part local history, part family entertainment and all enjoyment.
We booked at the La Quinta at 6 Gateway Blvd. I have a couple of friends that are going to join us there also...one just signed on to Atlanta CarShows ... David Wibbles. Another friend Paul Finch is also making reservations... A '68 Mustang and a '08 Corvette respectively to enter the show. The Spring Hill Hotel would not negoitiate with their price...Oh Well! My cell is 770 823-9566. We'll see you there Friday.
I am not sure at this time, the wife has somethings to do in Tennessee and I may be tied up with that, but I'll see. It is a great cause, we will have some Officers with the "Beat the Heat" program at Cops & Rodders. I would like to see a "Beat the Heat" chapter get started in metro Atlanta, to encourage teenagers & young adults to take racing to a safe location, and off Public Streets.
Meant to call you back with the Mustang Farms phone number, what with all that is going on at this time of the year, but I did not forget..(770) 363-5631, and he is in cartersville. Please let me know if I can help you out on the 20th of March with the show..