Lewisburg Police Department
Chief Tim Stover
Great weather, great people and cool cars made the 9th Annual DARE TO CRUZ car show a huge success. The event drew 181 registered entries from around the region. A total of $2946.00 was raised for the Lewisburg Police Department Dare program. These funds were from entry fees, donations, t-shirt and hat sales and a raffle conducted by Mr. Ron Snedegar of Matco Tools. Mr Snedegar has been a long time supporter of the car show since it’s inception 9 years ago. Drug abuse and awareness programs are taught by Lt. Jeromy Dove in 5th grade classes at Lewisburg Elementary School.
Eight Specialty trophies were awarded to the following individuals; DARE officer Choice: Mark Thomas, 1950 Ford rat rod, Lewisburg Police Department choice: Al Sylvia, 1933 Ford Coupe, Mayor’s Choice, Cliff Baker, 1956 Volkswagon, Merchant Choice: Ron Ness, 1948 Hillman,
Doug Massie Memorial award: Joey Glover, 1948 Jeep Kaiser Pick-up, Josh Massie Memorial award: Roger Brooks, 1982 Mercury Capri,
Rick Skaggs Memorial award: Timmy Loudermilk, 1974 Chevrolet Nova, Wade Sayers memorial Award: Carol Osterbeek, 1974 triumph TR6.
The Police Department would like to Thank the following individuals and businesses for their support of the car show: Greg, Lori and Levi Quick, Jim and Lori Williams, Bill and Linda Fertig, Tina and Caitlin Stover, Brian Dolan, Ben Massie, Bennie Shortridge, Noah Shortridge,
Ivan Holliday, Steve Sizemore, Jr. Sizemore, Kevin Deitz, Angie Linton ,Kathy Helms, Kelly Gwinn, Amber Hunter and Cpl. J.D. Hughes.
Labor Solutions, City National Bank, Premier Bank, Bank of Monroe, Greenbrier Ford, Greenbrier Chevrolet, Greenbrier Motors, Greenbrier Collision Center, Adkins Auto Parts, Advance Auto Parts, Auto Zone, Boggs Auto Parts, Fisher Auto Parts, NAPA Auto Parts, GC Sales, Matco Tools, True Value, Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy, Greenbrier Communications, Greenbrier Printing, Radio Greenbrier, Alleghany T-Shirts, Jims Drive-In, and the City of Lewisburg