Winchester BMR hosted their fourth annual car show on Sun., Aug. 12, to raise money for two local charities. The Highway 43 Car Club was on hand to show off about 100 different cars from antique to brand new with other special race cars. BMR put on a barbecue, had door prizes, a raffle for a cooler made the shape of a car and a 50/50 draw. The two charities that accepted non-perishable food were the Dundas Community Food Share and the House of Lazarus. They scored a $166 lbs of food and $65 as donation. BMR who hosted the barbecue, 50/50 draw and the cooler draw donated the cash to the charities. There was a large turnout of people who showed up on the beautiful day to take a trip down memory lane or look at cars they just dreamed about having. Pictured above are, from the left, Pam Young and Mike Lecuyer from the Hwy 43 Car Club, Ian McKelvie from Dundas Community Food Share, Sandy Casselman from the House of Lazarus and Ken Boje owner the BMR Winchester.               Moore photos