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story.lead_photo.caption Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Among the vehicles on display was a 1952 Bentley MK VI, owned by George and Mary Kalin.

The rumble of engines and smell of fuel was omnipresent during a car show at the Highlands Church on Glasgow Road.

Mike Pehosh, chair of the church's outreach committee, said the show was a fundraiser for three local charities: Samaritan's Feet, Snack Packs for Kids and Gravette Bright Futures. These were selected, he said, because they do not see a lot of income outside of donations.

There was a good turnout despite the weather, he said, and this is expected to become an annual event.

Ted Lasher, a member of the church, said the show brought in $12,606 in revenue, though expenses -- mostly food -- have not been calculated yet.

General News on 09/12/2018

Print Headline: Car show at Highlands Church

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