Putting away the toys time
London Community News
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Shorter days and cooler nights are not just a sign of the onset of fall, but they also generally foretell the end of the summer show and shine season as well.
And that was the case on Tuesday night (Sept. 25) when the Cherryhill Village Cruizers wrapped up the season with their final show of the year at the Cherryhill Mall.
Since early June, on average, about 100 classic cars and their owners have made the trip from as far away as Strathroy and Ingersoll to the mall on Oxford Street every Tuesday night to join with fellow automotive enthusiasts.
Showing everything from classic originals from the early 1900s, 60s muscle cars and the latest models off the assembly line, there has been a little bit of everything to tickle the fancy of most any car buff each night.
As a show of thanks to the community that has come out and supported them all summer, the Cherryhill Village Cruizers made donations of more than $1,500 to each of two local charities — Mission Services London and to Jesse’s Journey — with money that was raised over the course of the summer through raffles and by donation.
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