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Another good cause

This is from Blogger BobThe Northern Indiana Convertible Club will present it's 7th Annual Benefit Car Show on Sunday, September 13th from 12 PM to 5 PM.  It will be held at the Penguin Point located at 7303 Winchester Road, Fort Wayne.
The proceeds will benefit Fort Wayne Rescue Ministries, which is the organization that operates the Charis House and the Fort Wayne Rescue Mission.
This year, P.C. Drouin and Three Rivers Insurance Group are sponsoring six (6) awards for the show and will be at the event.  The Turner Cup will also be present at the show.
Registration is $10 day of show.  Dash plaques to the first 50 entries and there will be some awesome door prizes.

Posted in: Komets


Tue, 09/08/2009 - 5:24am

I like their tenderloin sandwiches & fries/ Is there a charge to check out the cars?/I have a PC Drouin card when he played overseas.

Tue, 09/08/2009 - 6:41am

They have the best fries, hands down, I don't have any Drouin cards, I have a couple of autographed books by Blake Sebring though!!!!!!

Blake Sebring
Tue, 09/08/2009 - 8:57am

Wendy, Komets say they have not heard from Grabill folks this year.

Tue, 09/08/2009 - 10:14am

Mightbite, Burgee,

There is no admission fee if you wish to look at the cars. The entry fee is for cars that are taking part in the show.

Come on out, I'm sure that you'll have a great time and the money raised is for a worthwhile cause.

Wed, 09/09/2009 - 1:21pm

Well, there's your problem! :D They were waiting for the Grabill folks to contact THEM? What, they thought they'd be Parade Marshalls two years in a row? I think they're taking this "Back-to-Back" mentality a little too far! LOL.

Thu, 09/10/2009 - 7:13pm


I also wanted to let everyone know that I will have my 1966 Cadillac that we've been working on at the show.

Sun, 09/13/2009 - 9:25pm

How could the I.H.L. ever get back to the level of the A.H.L.?
I think they could if every franchise had the money and was as strong as the ks. they could pay 4 or 5 players good money and pay the rest of the young players the way they are now.

If a couple of the teams fail and the I.H.L. fizzles out where would the ks end up? A.H.L? E.C.H.L. A.A.H.L?

does anyone think that an N.H.L. team would love to put there AAA team in ft. wayne?

just throwing some comments out to here what you all think.