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Car show at Willis Road Elementary tomorrow

Willis Road Elementary School in Sharpsburg will hold it's Inaugural Cruisin' Thru the CRCTs Car Show tomorrow from noon to 4 p.m. at the school (430 Willis Road).
 
All cars entered will receive a Dash Plaque and two prizes will be awards, Kids' Choice and Principal's Choice.
 
In addition to the Car Show, there will be BBQ and hot dogs.  East Coweta Band Boosters will sell fried twinkies, oreos and funnel cakes. The WRES Teacher's Relay for Life Team will also have a bake sale. There will inflatables and face painting for the kids.  A Merchant Market will also be open. Merchants include Thirty-One (bags and purses), Scentzy (candles), Wildtree (All natural food products), Mary Kay Cosmetics,I"It Works" (healthy and beauty products), fresh potted flowers from Coweta Greenhouse, custom made hairbows, Smencils, Y-Ties, and much more.

Entertainment includes Chuckles the Clown, Magician Ken Scott, the Music Revue DJs, line dancing lessons, and Willis Road's very own principal, Dr. Charles Smith, will sing and play his guitar.
 
Admission is free and there is no cost to register a car. Cars may begin registering at 11 a.m.

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