Car crazy

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Classics, imports, ratrods, and custom cars were lined up from 3 Avenue and 2 Street West to Centre Street and along 1 Street West on Saturday, May 28 for Boogie in the Badlands car show. A total of 124 vehicles, including motorcycles, registered for the event, and the weather was perfect with some scattered sun and clouds. Awards were handed out at the end of the day to Jackie Gallagher for Best Motorcycle, Stan Purcell for Best RatRod, Best Specialty went to Darrell Kohut, Best Ford went to Dale Wilson, Dale Flatla took home the award for Best Mopar, Jim Krumm took Best GM, Best Import went to Brayden Davidson, and People’s Choice went to Terry Armstrong. Following awards, the Valley Cruisers went on a cruise to the Last Chance Saloon in Wayne, with some of the car show participants joining along for the ride.

Lacie Nairn, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, The Drumheller Mail

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