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That’s classic: Canton Woods hosts third annual car show

John Hudson pulls up to Canton Woods Senior Center in his 1915 Ford, which was awarded the Oldest of the Show during the 2012 Canton Woods Senior Center’s annual car show held Monday, Aug. 6.

John Hudson pulls up to Canton Woods Senior Center in his 1915 Ford, which was awarded the Oldest of the Show during the 2012 Canton Woods Senior Center’s annual car show held Monday, Aug. 6.

— Thirty six classic cars filled the grounds at Canton Woods Senior Center for the facility’s third annual car show held Monday, Aug. 6.

“People enjoy Canton Woods Car show because it showcases gorgeous cars in a pleasant setting with festive music, good food and friendly people,” said Ruth Troy, director of Canton Woods Senior Center. “Even the weather cooperated providing a picture perfect summer evening.”

The show awarded several prizes including the fan's favorite, a 1929 Ford Sedan owned by Pat Lyons of Baldwinsville, the president's choice (chosen by Ed Barlow, president of Canton Woods Senior Activity Group), a 1971 Chevy Nova owned by Charlene Caley of Baldwinsville, and the oldest vehicle entered in the show, which was a 1915 Ford owned by John Hudson of Baldwinsville.

“Canton Woods wishes to thank the Baldwinsville community and all the local businesses for supporting our third Annual Classic Car Show – the show was awesome,” Troy said, adding a special thanks to Evans Chevrolet for providing music by DJ Seedz and to Hudson and Mowins for providing ice cream from Sunshine Ice Cream for all the car owners. “See you all again next summer.”

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