Visalia Breakfast Lions thanks community for 32nd annual car show

First and fore most the Visalia Breakfast Lions (VBL) would like to thank the City of Visalia Administration and our mayor along with several Tulare County Board of Supervisors for helping to make the car show happen. This was an outdoor event that brought a little piece of joy to our city.

There were 250 cars lined up and down Main St from Willis to Bridge Street. This was not the biggest car show ever, in terms of cars entered, but it was the biggest thing to happen outside in Visalia in quite some time. There were 40 different car manufactures represented, with so many models shown it was eye candy for all car enthusiasts.

We thank all who walked the street for staying with family members and following the guideline.  It was a beautiful day and enjoyed by all who attended.

We also would like to thank our Local Veterans Group for their Color Guard, Rick Perez musical solo, the V.I.P.’s and Explorers for keeping us all safe.  And congratulations to the VBL for putting on an outdoor event that ran great. And a huge thank you to all the VBL’s members who work the event and many supporters from local non-profits. What a TEAM!

Winners were:

  1. Best of Show Paint – 1963 Mercury Monterey
  2. Best of Show Lion’s Choice – 1956 Chevy 2 door post Chopped 3
  3. Best of Show Engine – 1968 Chevy C-10
  4. Best of Show Interior – 1953 Studebaker Conestoga Wagon
  5. Best of Show Original Appearing – 1963 VW Bus
  6. Best of Show Modified – 1957 Chevy Belair

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  1. Sad to see that the Tulare Cemetery still has problems. There is so much water wast from over watering, leaking sprinker heads and lines. There Graves caving in because of the standing water. There is trash in side the Cemetery and out side of the Cemetery. The same trash is there for 3 to 4 days or more. They finly put some tape around the Graves that were sunken in after 3 days, I took a pic..I see the ground keepers riding around on there green carts, as if they had a lot to do. The fence that parallels Blackstone need to be replaced and tire and strash needs to be cleaned. The excess water has no place to drain properly, should drain into the gutter on Blackstone. These are easy to fix items. In my opinion the Supervisor of the Tulare Cemetery should be replaced. The ground keepers need to do more walking than riding in there carts.

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