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CruZin' Magazine Event Index
A visual index of the Northwest auto events CruZin' covered this issue, both online and in the print magazine. Check it Out!

The Editor's Show - Full Circle
By Steve Reed

Hi. I'm Steve Reed, a new editor working with the CruZin' crew. I've been on wheels for most of my life. I first learned to drive when I was twelve and already tall for my age. I cut my teeth on a 1948 Ford 8N tractor tilling our orchards on Vashon Island. I graduated to a 1941 Ford ton and a half flatbed truck with stake sides, no synchromesh, and no windshield wipers (but always had a plug of Red Man chew in the glove box - all you seniors know why). Read More!

20th Anniversary Show for Hospice is Kittitas County

SPONSORED BY THE HOSPICE FRIENDS (nonprofit organization supporting the elderly and those in Kittitas County with a life-threatening illness). The show is cosponsored by the Kittitas Valley Cruisers Car Club. It was a beautiful weekend of sunny days, warm evenings and the usual winds through the valley just in case anyone missed them. Read More!

Midnight Cruizers Rod Fest
By Mike Myers

THE MIDNIGHT CRUIZERS' secret is out aft er its 2019 show - all over eleven western states including Jacksonville, Florida, home to a 2003 Mach1 Mustang. If you were looking for chill July mornings, extra warm aft ernoons, and cooling ocean breezes in the evenings then you needed to be at the intersection of Market and Broadway in downtown Aberdeen on Saturday, July 13, for the eighth edition of Rod Fest. Read More!

17th Annual Historic Montesano Car Show
By Dave Foss

MONTESANO CAR SHOW filled the streets of downtown Montesano, Washington on July 20, 2019. Nearly 250 street rods, restored classics, muscle cars, rat rods, and all kinds of special interest vehicles showed up to help support the Montesano Food Bank and other local charities. Read More!

Silver Angels for the Elderly
By Diane Zell, President, Silver Angels for the Elderly

PUT US ON YOUR CALENDAR THIS YEAR FOR MAY 30, 2020! Silver Angels for the Elderly is focused on putting God's love into action by giving hope, joy, and fellowship to isolated seniors. We became a nonprofi t organization in October of 2018. We hope you too, will want to help show love to our lonely elderly who have given so much to their families, friends and community. Read More!

Grande Ronde-A-View Car Show, Renamed La Grande Car Show for 2020
By MaryAnn Miesner, photos by Kenrik Neustel

a Grande, OR - The 12th Annual Timber Cruiser Car Club's Grande Ronde-A-View Car Show (renamed in 2020 as the La Grande Car Show) started with a free barbeque for participants on Friday night, July 20, 2019. Read More!

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