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On my travels of Bucks County Pennsylvania I actually pass a fair amount of Elises (and an older Esprit in Doyletown) so I figured I'd post up here on the board and try to get a few local members out to a car show I help put on each year. Two of my close friends have/had Cystic Fibrosis so I have seen first hand the kind of hardships it can impose on a family. When one of my friends passed away in her mid twenties from this disease my close friends and I wanted to do something to help others affected by the disease. What was once a group of 50 cars hanging out in Peddler's Village has now turned into 200+ very diverse cars enjoying a day of comraderie in the name of a good cause.

This will be our first year in a new location that can handle more cars. We just plain outgrew Peddler's Village. This provides us with more room to grown and some freedom with vendors and food that we didn't have before. This all adds up for the potential to have our greatest show yet and we would love your help to make the show a success.

We donate 100% of the proceeds (entry fees and donations, and raffles) to families that are in financial need because of CF. Last year we were able to donate almost 5 grand from our little car show.

When: Sept 20th 2009
Where: Dublin Firehouse in Dublin, Pa. 18917
What: All makes and models are welcome. Old, new, classic, exotic, import and domestic.
Time: 10am till 5pm. Trophies are awarded at 4pm.



If anyone has any questions please let me know. If you need help with directions please let me know.
Hope to see some Loti out there. :)
 

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a LT member made a great suggestion via PM. If you can't make it but would like to make a donation in your absence it would be greatly appreciated. Any donation large or small is appreciated and can be sent to [email protected]com

Hope to see some Lotus cars out on the grass in Sept.
 
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