Car Show winners announced; Throttle Throbs finish 2013

Car Show trophy winners: Billy Humphrey (left), Brient Lynch and Roscoe Smith
Car Show trophy winners: Billy Humphrey (left), Brient Lynch and Roscoe Smith

The Throttle Throbs car club brought their 2013 season to a close at the Fall Fling Festival at White Sulphur Springs. Thanks to the club sponsors and participants the show was a success. Billy Humphrey of Danese received the Greenbrier Motors Best MOPAR trophy. He had a Dodge Datona Monster truck. Brient Lynch of White Sulphur Springs received the Bill Lewis Best Chevrolet trophy. He had a 1964 Chevy C-10. Roscoe Smith of Covington, VA received the Colonial Ford Best Ford trophy. He had a 1995 Ford F150.
All proceeds from this year’s shows will go to scholarships for students at Greenbrier East and Greenbrier West. The scholarships are in memory of Greg Carter, a Greenbrier County Fireman that lost his life in the line of duty. For more information contact club president Ron Ness at 304-645-5055
Car Clubs United
Did you happen to see a parade of classical cars and trucks Saturday, Oct. 12? That was the Southern WV Car Club Association (SWVCCA) holding their 11th annual cruise and picnic at Camp Creek State Forest Park. The SWVCCA consists of 42 nonprofit car clubs joining together to better their communities. These clubs cover the southern end of West Virginia. They range from Lewisburg to Summersville and from New Castle, VA to Tazewell. They have joined together to assist each other and coordinate their car shows.
The club is lead by club president Ron Ness of the Lewisburg Throttle Throbs Car Club. The cruise and picnic was planned by club activity coordinators Jerri and Dempsey Murphy of the Mountain Memories Car Club, Princeton. The SWVCCA plans on meeting Jan. 11, 2014, at the Beckley Moose Lodge to plan their 2014 shows.
Clubs are not limited to the state of WV. Members do not have to belong to a car club to join the SWVCCA. For more information contact Ron Ness at (304) 645-5055.

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