Annual Oracle Spring Run Car Show planned for April 26

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The Oracle Historical Society’s annual fundraiser, the Spring Run Car Show, will be held Saturday, April 26, 2014. This is the 28th year of the event, which takes place during the Oracle Oaks Festival.

The Spring Run is open to all cars, motorcycles and trucks, and participants must pre-register or come to the registration area on the morning of the event. Generous businesses and individuals donate funds to cover Spring Run t-shirt printing and other expenses. The car parade runs through Oracle at 9:30 a.m. and ends at the Pinal County Court House Park where trophies are awarded at 2:30 p.m.

OHS also sponsors a food booth that is open during the entire event, serving green chile, bean or combo burros, BBQ sandwiches and drinks. All proceeds from the Spring Run and food booth benefit the Oracle Historical Society.

The parade and awards ceremony are free to the public, so plan to come see the display of classic, exotic and new vehicles on April 26. If you would like to enter your vehicle in the car show, entry forms are available at CarQuest in Oracle, Dale’s Auto Body in San Manuel, Don’s Hot Rod in Tucson or on the OHS website at www.oraclehistoricalsociety.org.

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