Many support CCHS Auto at Car Show

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Chester County High School Automotive held their Third Annual Car Show Fundraiser on Saturday, March 29. Pictured is the overall winner of the car show, Duck James, with his 1990 GMC 3500.

Chester County High School Automotive had their Third Annual Car Show Fundraiser on Saturday, March 29.
CCHS Automotive teacher James Carter said this event was possibly the largest car show Chester County has ever had with over 160 participants, and he appreciates all the support CCHS Auto gets from the community.
“It’s a blessing. That’s a big turnout. I want to thank everybody who came out from all areas. I just want to thank everybody for coming out,” he said. “What we raise here, we put into our program to help our students’ learning whether it pays for the activities, the field trips or some of the racing events that we go to. The program has got to be able to fund itself. That’s what we’re trying to do – build these funds to fund itself so it’s not such a big burden on the families.”
The fundraiser also had something for the children with the help of the Easter Bunny. The Easter Bunny visited the CCHS Car Show for a huge Easter egg hunt on the CCHS football field.
The overall winner of the car show was Duck James with his 1990 GMC 3500.
The winners of the seven auto classes are as follow:
Jeep Class
First Place Kenny Fesmire, Second Place Shelly Fesmire and Third Place Ricky Cupples
Muscle Car
First Place Thomas Montgomery, Second Place Don Cherry and Third Place Charles Arnold
Vintage/Classic
First Place Dale Caulfield, Second Place John Bradley and Third Place James Pierce
Rat Rods
First Place Henry Lossen, Second Place Natalie Hurst and Third Place Steve Cromwell
Street Rods
First Place Traci Hill, Second Place Taylor Lavenue and Third Place Levi Harris
Trucks
First Place Lexie Zamora, Second Place Micheal Zamora and Third Place Tim Moore
Motorcycle
First Place Kenny Fesmire, Second Place Scott Mills and Third Place Toby Bushwell
All of the winners received student-made trophies.

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