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Floresville Lions to hold car show




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Be sure to save the date for the Floresville Lions Club’s first-ever Car, Truck, and Motorcycle Show to be held on Saturday, May 17, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Floresville High School parking lot at 1813 Tiger Lane in Floresville.

Registration is still available for all custom and classic cars, trucks, and motorcycles, no matter the age, for $15 per vehicle. There will also be a category for race cars and trucks which are not street legal.

All proceeds will go toward scholarships to students of Floresville High School.

For more information, call Glen at 210-315-2403 or Lee at 210-383-7744.
 

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