Students from the Case High School Criminal Justice Club are hosting a motorcycle and car show as a fundraiser to provide a scholarship to a Case graduate interested in studying criminology.
Members of the club work with officers from the Mount Pleasant Police Department to learn more about police work.
The show begins at noon Sept. 20 in the parking lot of Kohl’s, 5500 Washington Avenue, and interested participants will pay $10 each for one of only 75 open spaces. All motorcycles and cars are welcome, and the lineup begins at 11:30 a.m.
Each entrance receives a custom dashboard plaque, and prizes will be awarded for best in show for both motorcycle and car.
Music, food and a silent auction round out the afternoon events. All proceeds will go into a fund for the scholarship.
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