Local classic car show celebrates youth taken soon
Image: SpokaneFocus, 2013
In local communities all over America, summertime is a time for celebration, a time to get together with friends and family, anytime to strengthen the bonds that all of us have with our fellow neighbors and community members.
However, it’s also a time where we remember those that we have lost – and the Mike Yore Memorial Car and Music Show is probably one of the picture-perfect and postcard events and represents this kind of community gathering best than almost any other.
An event that has been being conducted for nearly 7 years now, it started off as just a handful of friends putting together a classic car rally to celebrate their buddy Mike’s lifelong passion – but has quickly blossomed into one of the biggest classic car shows in the United States (at least ones put on by small-town communities). With some 150 cars showing up for this event – and thousands of people pouring into this small town to take in the festivities – it’s difficult to imagine a more picture-perfect event to celebrate the life of a vintage auto enthusiast taken far too soon. Plans are already in motion for next year’s show, and it is anticipated to be even bigger than this one.