<h1><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-29555" src="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2017\/09\/DARE-to-CRUZ-car-show-pic.jpg" alt="" width="768" height="1024" \/>\r\nThe 10th Anniversary of the DARE to CRUZ Car Show saw record entries, record fundraising, and beautiful weather.<\/h1>\r\nThe car show is a annual fundraiser for the Lewisburg Police Department DARE program, which is a drug resistance program taught in 5th grade classes at Lewisburg Elementary School. There were 204 registered entries in this year\u2019s show. A total of $4,166 was raised. These funds were from entry fees, donations, T-shirt and hat sales, a raffle, and 50\/50 drawing from Ron Snedegar of Matco Tools. Snedegar is a long time supporter of the show, and his efforts contributed $1,174 towards the cause. Wilson Brothers NAPA Auto Parts also contributed a portion of their sales of the day to the program. Matco Tools, NAPA and Fisher Auto Parts Each had their trucks at the show.\r\n\r\nEight specialty trophies were awarded to the following individuals: Mayors Choice: Randy Jarrell, Scott Depot, 1953 Willy\u2019s station wagon. Lewisburg Police Department Choice: Mike Bowen, Covington, VA, 1963 C-10 pick-up. DARE Officers\u2019 Choice: David and Carolyn Johnson, Hinton, 1931 Chevy Coupe. Merchants Choice: James Hughes, Frankford, 1955 Chevrolet sedan. Josh Massie Memorial Award: Roger Childers, White Sulphur Springs, 1968 Chevrolet Camaro. Doug Massie Memorial Award: James Bowyer, Covington, VA, 1969 Plymouth Barracuda. Rick Skaggs Memorial Award: Brent Lynch, White Sulphur Springs, 1964 C-10 Chevrolet pick up. Wade Sayers Memorial Award: A.W. Maddy, Nimitz, 1971 VW Beetle.\r\n\r\nThe police department would like to thank the following individuals and businesses for their support of the show: Greg, Lori and Levi Quick, Jim and Lori Williams, Bill and Linda Fertig, Tina and Caitlin Stover, Brian Dolan, Luther Hollingsworth, Ben Massie, Tessa White, Bennie Shortridge, Noah Shortridge, Ivan Holliday, Steve Sizemore, Junior Sizemore, Kevin Deitz, Angie Linton, Trace Butcher,\u00a0 Kelly Gwinn, Amber Hunter, and Cpl. J.D. Hughes.\r\n\r\nLabor Solutions, City National Bank, Premier Bank, Bank of Monroe, Greenbrier Ford, Greenbrier Chevrolet-Buick, Greenbrier Motors, Greenbrier Collision Center, Advance Auto Parts, Auto Zone, Fisher Auto Parts, NAPA-Wilson Brothers Auto Parts, Matco Tools-Ron Snedegar, G.C. Sales-Gary Canterbury, B-B Towing and Recovery and Towing,\u00a0 Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy, Greenbrier Technologies and Electric - Bill Lenherr, Radio Greenbrier, The Greenbrier, Jim\u2019s Drive In, Alleghany T-Shirts, and the City of Lewisburg.