Cruisin' For A Cure
Saturday afternoon, October 8, the Provo Rural Development Club sponsored their annual cruise-in to benefit Butler County Cancer Assistance at the Rural Development Center in Provo, KY. About 4 motorcycles and 40 cars/trucks along with a handful of tractors were brought to compete for the title of best in show of their respective categories.
Participant Milton Wilson bought his 1955 red and tan Chevrolet truck in the fall of 2000. It took 10 years of work to get it into the grade A condition it was at the show.
Terrell House brought his red and white vintage Chevrolet wagon to the show. After the participants were entered and the crowd had a chance to view and vote on all the cars, trucks, tractors and motorcycles, awards were given.
There was a corn-hole tournament for adults and a separate one for children. The adult tournament was won by Tony and Teresa Wilson.
The children’s’ tournament was won by Isaac Wilson, son of Kevin and Jessica Wilson. Stephen Dunn, son of Troy and Kim Dunn, got second place.
People’s Choice winners were the 1955 Oliver ’77 Diesel tractor owned by Kenneth Forbes (pictured above, Aaron Johnson’s 1978 Trans Am won the people’s choice car division. Milton Wilson won people’s choice truck with a 1955 Chevy pick-up. Buster Meador from Bowling Green won people’s choice on motorcycle. Keith Vincent won the raffle for the Garmin GPS.
Thanks to the Provo community as well as Tony and Teresa Wilson and family for making this event a success. All who came out enjoyed the day of food, fellowship and fun!
Adults got in on the cornhole fun!