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Local auto club cruise-in becoming a tradition

Posted on Wednesday, June 26, 2013 at 6:00 pm

Submitted by Ward Sevila

On Saturday, June 15, members of the Northern Neck Region, Antique Automobile Club of America assisted the town of Tappahannock with the car cruise-in that has become an integral part of Rivahfest celebration and activities each year. Organized by Peyton Guest and Ron Cook, members helped with parking cars, traffic flow around the festival grounds, and manned a club membership booth during the day. Members participating were:  Peyton & Mae Lynne Guest, Ron Cook, Kathy & Harry Harrison, Earl & Judy Beauchamp, Paul Stosch, Chris Caspar, Brent & Sherry Gatton, Ed & Cheryl Melton, Dwayne Schnakenberg, Jimmy Sydnor, Terry & Esther Minter, Bob Sydnor, Ward & Cathie Sevila.  Peyton and Ron wish to thank all those members that helped with one of the largest Rivafest cruise-ins to date with 126 cars representing classics, antiques, and hot rods of every vintage. The club thanks the town of Tappahannock for the privilege to participate in this event. The club continues to grow attracting several new members with the membership booth.  We do a number of cruise-ins and club activities throughout the year. So, if you’re interested in joining us, contact Ward Sevila at wsevila@msn.com or 804-580-4177.