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Cars & Coffee Car Show set for Nov. 6 at Bob Jones

MADISON – The Patriot Car Club at Bob Jones High School is sponsoring an event that shows off shiny curves while serving up cups of black gold.

The Cars & Coffee Car Show on Nov. 6 will run from 8 to 11 a.m. at Bob Jones, 650 Hughes Road. Spectators for the event can enter the Bob Jones campus at any entrance.

As spectators peruse and admire the well-kept vehicles, they can enjoy sipping on a fresh cup of coffee. Regular and decaffeinated coffee will be sold, along with flavored bottled water.

At Bob Jones, the Patriot Car Club is a school organization of fellow car enthusiasts. The club was founded during the 2021-2022 school year. The group’s goal is to connect the school and the Madison car community, along with giving a venue to create opportunities for high school members to be active participants in the car community.

Donations to Patriot Car Club are not required, but the students definitely welcome any contributions. All collected funds will help to fund the club’s yearly activities.

For more information, send a direct message to Patriot Car Club on social media or email ogcarfreak@gmail.com.

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