Hospice car show a success


Staff report



Organizers of the 5th Annual Car Show to benefit Hospice of Miami County, held at Cruizer’s Bar and Grill in Russia, on Aug. 22, pose with a bike that was part of the event.

Organizers of the 5th Annual Car Show to benefit Hospice of Miami County, held at Cruizer’s Bar and Grill in Russia, on Aug. 22, pose with a bike that was part of the event.


RUSSIA — On Aug. 22 Cruizer’s Bar and Grill in Russia hosted its 5th Annual Car Show to benefit Hospice of Miami County.

Susan Hemm, Marketing and Development Coordinator for Hospice, was the grateful recipient of a $3,200 donation. Hospice, being volunteer driven, uses benefits such as this to help maintain the structure that it takes to keep the quality of assistance for those who require it.

With the help and support of our sponsors, O’Reilly Machine Tool Service, Tooling Technology, Custom Foam, Key Guarantee, Bensmans Garage, Francis-Schulze Company, A&M Pallet, Buschur’s Market, Goubeaux Excavating, Performance Power Coating, O’Neal Engines, Bill and Rose Dartt, Fish Report, Stillwater Technologies, Fullenkamp’s Frenchtown, Koverman-Stanley-Dickerson Insurance and TC Sport and Design, this event was a huge success.

Music was provided by DJ Jimmy Weaver, who also announced the raffle/silent auction winners and the car show trophy recipients. TJ’s Nice Cream Truck provided delicious homemade ice cream. Organizers want to give a big thank you to Southwest Airlines who provided two round trip airline tickets for a raffle. Helen Oberer was the recipient of the airline tickets.

The trophies were designed by Lasting Impressions in Piqua and were all donated by Brian Bros Painting & Restoration. These were the top 20 recipients, in no order: Francis Rinderle, Doug Lester, Mic Rinderle, Gary Miller, Bob Everett, Steve Newman, Dan Harrison, Earl Fyffe, Sherry Haysutt, Dave Cline, Jerry Barga, James Daniels, Tim Redeheffer, Raymon Zaraeua, Kenny Ray, Mark Brandt, Bruce Hoggton, Charles Crumrine, Paula Peters, and Don Waywire.

The top three bikes, in no order, were: Amy Smith, Dave Lear and James Roberts.

Top Modified Award went to Bob Brandenburg. Top Original went to Jerry Pequgnot. Overall Bike went to John and April Landis and People’s Choice went to Paula Peters.

Chris and Lori Tomlian and Steve and Barb Young, owners of Cruizer’s, put a lot of time and effort into organizing the event and by obtaining many donations from numerous businesses in the surrounding areas and nationwide companies.

The owners want to give a big thank you to all of the businesses, those who brought their vehicles, and those who donated their time and/or money to Hospice. They said, it takes a team effort for an event such as this to take place and to be successful.

Organizers of the 5th Annual Car Show to benefit Hospice of Miami County, held at Cruizer’s Bar and Grill in Russia, on Aug. 22, pose with a bike that was part of the event.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/09/web1_car-show-15-36.jpgOrganizers of the 5th Annual Car Show to benefit Hospice of Miami County, held at Cruizer’s Bar and Grill in Russia, on Aug. 22, pose with a bike that was part of the event.

Staff report