Event supporting Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition postponed again, now Nov. 10

GEORGETOWN – Event founder Levin Clark and co-organizers of the 7th Annual Georgetown Breast Cancer Awareness Car, Truck, Motorcycle and Tractor Show are hoping the third time is the charm.

For the second time, a rainy forecast reigns as the event slated for this Sunday, Oct. 27 is postponed and rescheduled for Sunday, Nov. 10 at the Marvel Carriage Museum grounds in Georgetown.

The event was initially postponed from Oct. 20 due to weather.

And yes, race fans, retired NASCAR driver Donnie Allison plans to make the trip for the Nov. 10 show that is slated to feature local race drivers, two auctions, food and craft vendors, entertainment by Pistol Whipped and other attractions.

“Yep. He (Allison) said whenever I have it, he’ll be here,” said Mr. Clark.

There’s free admission to the show, which will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Marvel Museum is located on South Bedford Street in Georgetown.

All proceeds will benefit the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition. Over the first six years, the show has generated more than $41,000 in supporting DBCC’s expanded programs in the community, including increased breast cancer awareness, promotion of the importance of early detection, increased access to mammograms, and support and financial resources to women and men who have been diagnosed or facing a recurrence with breast cancer.

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