One of the final car shows of the season takes place next weekend, and it's for a great cause. This is a great show to attend, because you may have not made it out to all of the shows you wanted to. Summer's busy, but now that things have calmed down for most of us, it's time for one last get-together.

Duck Creek Tire & Service's Annual Car Show is fun for the whole family, and it's Saturday, September 23rd!

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It's a Car Show with a Cause, benefiting Jen Scheetz, a mom of two and wife of a local first responder.

On June 15th, 2022, Jen's family members noticed a slight right-side facial droop. The devastating diagnosis of Glioblastoma, a formidable brain cancer, soon followed.

Over the past year, Jen has shown incredible strength while undergoing rigorous radiation and chemotherapy treatments at Northwestern Medical Center.

Initially told that an operation was not possible, the growth of the tumor changed everything.

On May 23rd, 2023, Jen underwent a craniotomy, with surgeons successfully removing 90% of the tumor. Proceeds from the car show will go to help cover Jen's expenses in her battle.

Dwyer & Michaels will be there as cars roll in.

Admission to show your car is $15 per vehicle if you pre-register, with one hundred percent of entry fees going straight to the new facility being built in our community. Day-of registration is $20.

Come out and see the great cars, but there are also Food Trucks, Bounce Houses, AND you could win a brand new set of tires from Duck Creek Tire & Service!

This show runs from 10am to 2pm, and you won't want to miss out on some of the coolest cars in the QC!

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