9th Annual Lyerly UMC Car And Truck Show Is Scheduled For Aug. 12 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 03 August 2017 14:26

The 9th Annual Lyerly United Methodist Church Car and Truck Show and Craft Festival is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 12 at Dowdy Park in Summerville.

Registration for vehicles is from 8-noon. $20 registration fee per vehicle. Craft and food vendor registration is also $20. The event will be held rain or shine, according to event organizers. 

Trophies to be given out will be Best of Show, Ladies Choice, Top 20, Best Paint, Pastors Choice, Youth Choice, Best Engine, Most Distance Traveled, Most Club Participation, Rat Rod, People’s Choice and Top Truck. Dash Plaques are also awarded to the first 50 vehicles registered.  Awards to be given out at 3 pm.

Joseph Crowe will be playing music from the 50’s 60’s and 70’s, and karaoke.

There will also be a 50/50 drawing, a cake walk, door prizes, 2017 church cookbooks, and playground equipment for the kids to play on. 

 

For more information call Judy Motes at 706-506-1334.

"We have 82 vendors for our 9th Annual Lyerly UMC Car & Truck Show & Craft Festival. Jackie & Greg Embree of Dog Gone Good Food with biscuits, gravy, donuts and coffee for breakfast, then hotdogs, slaw dogs, chili cheese dogs, nachos and cheese, tacos for lunch, Liz & Rodney Bell of Bell’s Gator Shack with gator on a stick, gluten free gator on a stick, and fluffy fries, Aaron Adams with barbecue plates and sandwiches, Rita Butler with Italian ice, Nathan Thompson of T & T Sweet Treats with shaved ice, cotton candy, and boiled peanuts, Paul Ice selling hand-dipped Mayfield ice cream, Brian & Jill Avans of Raven Avans with funnel cakes, deep fried pickles, corndogs, and fried Oreos,  Joyce Brown of the 20th Century Club with brats, hotdogs, popcorn and caramel apples, Ray Henson of Pig Out BBQ, selling barbecue, Ronnie Beard with fresh squeezed lemonade and fresh roasted sweet corn, Tolulope Adewole selling elephant ears, Cheer U Diamond selling burgers, hotdogs, and sweets, Ranae Higgins selling cotton candy, Stan and Linda Rosser of Small Town BBQ selling barbecue, Wayne Howell of Chill-n-Grill selling ribbon fries and lemonade, LaShonda Horne of Shonda’s Edible Delights selling gourmet popcorn, fresh lemonade, edible sand art and cotton candy. Sherrie & Steve Helton with handcrafted jewelry, Sherry Harrison with handmade jewelry, and snap jewelry, Kim Plant with hand-carved soaps, Maggie Johnson of Sweet Southern Breeze with farmhouse style tote bags, tees, wall art, throw pillows, pendant necklaces and up cycled art, Meagan RuBright of the Brass Pineapple, hand stamped customize jewelry, and Brenda Ingram with jewelry, pillows, bird feeders, tin men, and wreaths, John Watkins as Johnny Mage the balloon artist, Matthew Cromer with all types of indoor & outdoor woodworking projects and furniture, Rachel Echevarria with hair bows, baby headbands, children’s dresses, blankets and tooth fair pillows, Christie Gobble of Kettle Creek Designs with handcrafted wood prayer boards, toolboxes, vintage signs, inspirational blocks, soaps, candles, herbs and small plants, Ann Burt of Traveling Sisters’ Mercantile with pillows, key fobs, bags, hair bows and t-shirts, Sri Owens with handmade jewelry, vinyl decorated clothes, Donna Carver of Made 4 You Pixie Dust with snap jewelry, memory lockets and sports jewelry, Amy Holcombe with coffee mugs, tumblers with vinyl decals, shirts, wood signs and car decals, Lynn Wallace and Heidi Ray of L & H Home Décor with rustic hand-painted signs, Sonya Parham of Jais Lite with body spray, body oils, soy candles, incenses, and body lotion, Teri & Richard Lee of Treats by Lee & Phoenix Heart Design with beef jerky, spice blends, hot sauces, spiced nuts, pillows, jewelry, and doo-rags, Debra Bennett of Cuddly Creations by Deb with crocheted items, home décor and wood plaques, Brenda Pool with handmade, high fired pottery, sculptures and jewelry, Amanda Howard of Amanda’s Treasurers with hand painted signs, repurposed items, vintage and shabby chic, Delonda Calfee of Piney Knob Creations with framed cross stitch designs, tote bags, crayon bags, travel pillows, skillet holders, seat belt covers, Sheila Rodgers of Reclaimed by Rockin R with handmade horseshoe art, handmade wood items, dream catchers, Karen McCoy of Exclusiveliurs with custom and personalized products, glassware, home décor, and apparel, Beth & John Davis of BD Jewelry with sterling silver and stainless steel beaded necklaces, earrings, bracelets and also snap jewelry, In-Dea Gibson EF with handmade soaps, bath and body products, custom t-shirts and home décor, Valarie Ray of Val’s Fun Design with face painting, fresh cut wood designs, hand-beaded bracelets, Jennifer Hamilton with essential oils, diffusers and jewelry, Helen Farley with handmade quilts, embroidered pillowcases, dresser scarves, table runners, dolls, pin cushions, and cross-stitch, Basil B. Clark with books he wrote, War Wounded: Let The Healing Begin and Barabbas: Son of a Father, Karen Duke & Courtney Duke of Heart Strings and Stitches with handmade dolls, acrylic paintings, and crocheted dolls, Shawyn Allen of Crafts Ur Way Designs with wood cutouts and door hangers, Margaret Parrish of Georgia Girl Candles with homemade candles and wax melts, metal yard art, metal monogram letters, Shannon Beason with sunglasses, Donny Barnes with a unique type of 3D art, Gary Quarles, author, Danny Hester with handmade jewelry, Tim Reid of As the Wood Turns, with wood pens, key rings, wine bottle stoppers, and stylus for smart phones, Janet Doling with Damsel in Defense personal protection products, Dannielle Lambert with LuLaRoe leggings, dresses, skirts and tops, Janet Brook with Pampered Chef quality kitchen tools, Jill Smith with Tupperware, Crystal Ussery with Paparazzi, Tammy Love with Plexus health and wellness products, Angie Conner with Scentsy, Andrea Hull with It Works, Adriana Garcia with Juice Plus and NuSkin, Kelly Frye with Pink Zebra, Katy Preissing an Independent Wine Guide, Kim Smith with Stampin' Up, Lauren Lively with Matilda Jane Clothing, Sherri Wallace with Norwex, Krystina Horton with Perfectly Posh, Sabra Money with Plunder Design Jewelry, and Jamie Pittman with Lipsense and Senegence, Donna Nelson with Pampered Chef, Kristy Needs with DuNorth clothing, Stacy Fountain with Mary Kay, Tiffani Bailey with Young Living Essential Oils, Debbie Marburger with The Cocoa Exchange, Robin West with Lemongrass Spa, Jennifer Reagan with LulaRoe Clothing, Kayla Smith with Usborne children’s books, LeAnn Mathis with Thirty One, and many others vendors that will show up the day of the car show.

 Trophies to be given out will be Best of Show, Ladies Choice, Top 20, Best Paint, Pastors Choice, Youth Choice, Best Engine, Most Distance Traveled, Most Club Participation, Rat Rod, People’s Choice and Top Truck. Dash Plaques are also awarded to the first 50 vehicles registered.  Awards to be given out at 3 pm.

Joseph Crowe will be playing music from the 50’s 60’s and 70’s, and karaoke.

There will also be a 50/50 drawing, a cake walk, door prizes, 2017 church cookbooks, and playground equipment for the kids to play on. 

For more information call Judy Motes at 706-506-1334.

The 9th Annual Lyerly United Methodist Church Car and Truck Show and Craft Festival is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 12 at Dowdy Park in Summerville.

Registration for vehicles is from 8-noon. $20 registration fee per vehicle. Craft and food vendor registration is also $20. The event will be held rain or shine, according to event organizers. 

The 9th Annual Lyerly United Methodist Church Car and Truck Show and Craft Festival is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 12 at Dowdy Park in Summerville.

Registration for vehicles is from 8-noon. $20 registration fee per vehicle. Craft and food vendor registration is also $20. The event will be held rain or shine, according to event organizers. 

 


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