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Extreme Machine brings out Crosby

David Milam accepts the First Place Muscle Car Award from Pastor Keenan Smith of Crosby Church as entertainer/singer Eddie Foster announces. See car photo on page 3. This is his first time winning this award at this venue. Muscle Cars are especially prized at Extreme Machine in that they are both classic and fast running. In total, thirty trophies were awarded.

CROSBY – A church event last weekend brought the COVID19 fatigued community out to celebrate cars, trucks, and entertain the kids.

In its twelfth year, this special event features the Extreme Auto Show, and Craft Show with concessions, a local fire truck or two and a petting zoo at Crosby Church.

The Auto Show drew 85 classic and show quality vehicles from a local area of attraction and multiple categories of entries. Extreme Machine Auto Show awarded Trophies for 10 classes for first, second and third.

The Craft show always brings a variety of interesting items for purchase. Trunk or Treat will be repeated Oct. 31.

Capability for helping others was at the Donor Coach for a Fall Festival Blood Drive.

Joseph St. Julian of Dayton won First Place in Hot Rod, car photo on page 3. Here with Pastor Keenan Smith accepting the award. Each of the trophies in the background were awarded from third to first place. This is his first time winning this award at this venue. Hot Rods are high valued at Extreme Machine in that they are engineering and power based vehicles.