Leduc high school hosts car show Sept. 12

Some local high school kids would like to give back to the community, and have organized a special event Sept. 12 for that very reason.

Some local high school kids would like to give back to the community, and have organized a special event Sept. 12 for that very reason.

Leduc Composite High School students have organized a car show and vendor fair to run at the school from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

There is no admission or entry fee for this show and shine, and prizes will be available.

A spokesperson for the LCHS parent council stated, “We have talked with a few of the car clubs in and around Leduc. If you have a nice car, bring it. There is no entry fee and yes, there are prizes.

“We are holding the show to promote that the Leduc Composite high School has a ‘sense of community’ along with our supporters.”

There will also be a fund raising barbeque to benefit Victim Services, a number of vendors will have offerings on display and there will also be a raffle.

The car show and fair was organized and sponsored by the LCHS parent council and Tischer Automotive Services Ltd. The school is located at 4308 50th Ave. in Leduc.


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