Car Show to Benefit Windsor Police Cadets - Enter Your Vehicle

ON SATURDAY, APRIL 20, a community-wide car, motorcycle and truck show will raise funds for the Windsor Police Cadets. The first-ever “5-O Car Show” will take place in the Stop & Shop Supermarket parking lot at 1095 Kennedy Road in Windsor, Conn. from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with registration from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (Rain date is Saturday, April 27).

“This is a fun community car show where anyone can enter their favorite vehicle or simply come and see a wide variety of ‘rides’ in one place, “explains Gary Lambert, Vice President of Dreamz II Reality Motorsports(DIIR), a Truck/Auto/Motorcycle Hobbyist Club that is presenting the event in cooperation with Stop & Shop Supermarket and local businesses. “We anticipate hundreds of entries from owners of ‘imports’ to ‘exotics’ to ‘classics’ to those who simply want to show off their everyday vehicles,” says Lambert, the owner of Copy Central in Windsor, which provides copy, print and postal services to businesses and individuals. “It’s a great way to support the Windsor Police Cadets, a terrific local organization.”

 

REGISTRATION WILL TAKE PLACE FROM 10 A.M. TO 12:30 P.M., with entries of cars, trucks or bikes for $20 per vehicle – there is no advance registration. Prizes will be awarded in a number of categories that include: Honda/Acura; Euro; Nissan/Infiniti; Toyota/Lexus; Subaru; Mazda; GM/Chevrolet; Ford; Mopar; Truck; Import Classic Pre-1980; Domestic Classic Pre-1980; Cruiser Bike; and Sports Bike. A People’s Choice Award, a Windsor Police Explorers’ Choice Award, and a Best in Show prize also will be presented.

ADMISSION IS FREE FOR SPECTATORS and features a Music DJ. Refreshments will be available for purchase from the Windsor Police Cadets themselves.

DONATIONS AND ALL PROCEEDS FROM THIS EVENT WILL HELP THE WINDSOR POLICE CADETS, a community-oriented program, operating year-round under the direction of the Town of Windsor, its Police Chief, Directors, and Advisors. Established in 1981, its mission is to develop responsible youth; encourage academic excellence, leadership, teamwork, and volunteerism; and offer young men and women insight into the field of law enforcement. To be considered for membership, candidates must be a resident of Windsor or a town that does not have a similar program; be at least 11 years of age and have completed the first marking period of sixth grade; have displayed exemplary behavior in the community and at school during the last six months; and have not received any failing grades on their last report card. Additionally, candidates must be interviewed and pass a background investigation. The program is supported by the Windsor Police Cadets, Inc., a non-profit, tax-exempt, charitable organization under I.R.C. section 501(c)(3). For more information, visit www.windsorpolicecadets.org