Many residents also got the chance to talk to the owners of some of the cars, where they discussed things like upkeep and maitenance of the vehicles. Photos by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News

PHOTOS: Show and Shine at Bethany

A small show and shine was organized at Bethany Sylvan Lake

Despite the heat, residents of Bethany Sylvan Lake were out and about looking over the various classic cars parked at the care centre.

A miniature show and shine was arranged by locals for the residents of Bethany Sylvan Lake to help get the seniors outside and put a smile on their faces.

There were around 10 classic cars parked in the small parking lot out front, facing 47 Avenue, and the residents were able to get up close and personal with each one.

The small event was held in the afternoon on July 6, from 1-3:30 p.m.

For residents with difficulty with mobility, a tent was sent up so they wouldn’t miss out on the fun.

 

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