Shelton Jaycees Congratulate 18th Annual Car Show Winners

IN SPITE OF A RAIN-OUT ON ORIGINAL SHOW DATE – SPIRITS NOT DAMPENED Sunday Sept. 10th: The Shelton Jaycees, a local non-profit community group, held their 18th Annual Car Show. Although the original August 27th event date was rained out, their Car Show held on Sunday September 10th was a great success. Over a hundred Show Cars attended and hundreds of dollars were raised for the Shelton Jaycees community fundraiser.

The 'Best in Show' winner was Ken Stebbins' 1942 Packard Convertible.
The 'Best in Show' winner was Ken Stebbins' 1942 Packard Convertible.
The 'Frank Eldredge Best Unrestored Original' was Paul Mcloughlin's 1950 Chevrolet Deluxe.
The 'Frank Eldredge Best Unrestored Original' was Paul Mcloughlin's 1950 Chevrolet Deluxe.
The 'Peoples Choice' award winner was Bill George's 1990 Chevrolet Corvette.
The '' award winner was Bill George's 1990 Chevrolet Corvette.
The 'Car Owners Choice' award winner was Mike Carrafallo 1967 Chevelle Super Sport.
The 'Car Owners Choice' award winner was Mike Carrafallo 1967 Chevelle Super Sport.

Celebrating 52 Years of Community Service, The Shelton Jaycees offer men and women 21 – 40 an opportunity to make a difference, and develop contacts and friendships that last a lifetime. Members volunteer as much or as little as they want, and only at activities that interest them. Call (203) 261-8185 or visit us on the web at www.sheltonjaycees.org ### The Jaycees are also known as the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Started in 1920 in St. Louis MO, the organization has grown to involve millions of people around the world. There are currently 20 local chapters in CT and each one develops their own program of events based on local interests and needs. We provide people between the ages of 21 and 40, an opportunity for personal and professional development through community service and organizational involvement. Members network with other aggressive young people, take part in worthwhile projects, fulfil a need for personal growth, and contribute to society. For more about the history of the Jaycees, look for us on the web at www.usjaycees.org

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