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Fallen Warriors car, motorcycle show on tap

THE CLASSICS will again be on dispaly at the Fallen Warriors car show at Town Center May 28. Village Life file photo by Pat Dollins
THE CLASSICS will again be on dispaly at the Fallen Warriors car show at Town Center May 28. Village Life file photo by Pat Dollins

THE CLASSICS will again be on dispaly at the Fallen Warriors car show at Town Center May 28. Village Life file photo by Pat Dollins

The sixth annual Fallen Warriors poker run, motorcycle and car show promises a day of patriotism, classic cars, show bikes, raffles, prizes and fun for the whole family in El Dorado Hills Town Center, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 28.

The event benefits the Fallen Warriors Scholarship fund.

Classy cars and bikes will be on display all day. Motorcycle poker runs originating in Auburn and El Dorado Hills will roll into Town Center in the afternoon.

Meet local veterans while you browse the cars and bikes, nosh delicacies from local eateries, and boogie to the live music. If your kids are climbing the wall, try them out on the Army’s rock climbing wall.

Patriotic ceremonies honoring local veterans are scheduled for both the morning and afternoon.

Event schedule

8:30 a.m. Blessing of the Bikes in the Target parking lot
9 a.m. Presentation of Colors by USMC League Detachment No. 940 of Folsom
9:10 a.m. Introduction of Fallen Warriors Memorial Board and founder’s remarks
9:20 a.m. Gun Salute and Taps
9:30 a.m. Poker runs begin
10 a.m. Registration ends, voting begins
12:30 a.m. Presentation of colors by EDH Fire Department Honor Guard
1 p.m. Raffles, drawings
1:30 p.m. Car and motorcycle voting ends
2:30 p.m. Award ceremony

The Fallen Warriors Memorial Organization honors former area high school students who gave their lives while serving our country.

Local veterans and participating high schools have established a scholarship fund to recognize the sacrifice of each school’s fallen warriors, and acknowledge the contributions of veterans. No fallen warrior should ever be forgotten.

For more information visit fallenwarriorsmemorial.org.

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