Milford Lions Club announces car show awardees

The Milford Lions Club held their 4th annual Car Show Saturday, Sept. 29.  A whopping 91 registered owners helped to make this a successful event.

Congratulations to Gordon Quillen with his 1966 Mustang for taking Best in Show.

Results from the classes listed from 1st to 3rd:

Trucks – Jim Diamus, William Rafter, Bill Hasting

Hot Rods – Eddie Wireman, Walt Tyelings

Modified – Tina Challis, Scott Jones, Richard Miller

1940-49 – Davis Benson

1950-59 – Roy Nails, Charlie Gears, Duke Black

1960-69 – Eddie Wireman, Bill Starkey, John Hoopsic

1970-79 – John Lynch, John Cacciato, Ray Laws

1980-89 – Gary Pippin, Terry Williams, Fred Zikas

1990-99 – Mike Henry, Michael Roger, Nick Kessler

2000-10 – Ray Asendorf, John Semi, Eric Schaeffer

2011-17 – Scott Wallen, John Fister, Rubin Williams

The Milford Lions Club would like to thank the following sponsors and donors for their support of the 2018 Car Show:

Platinum Sponsors – Milford Chronicle, Hertrichs Family of Automotive Dealerships; Gold Sponsor – I G Burton Dealerships; Silver Sponsors – Kent Pharmacy, Duck in Car Wash, Manlove Auto Parts, Tasmanian Detailing, Mid-State Insurance, Del-One Credit Union, Lank, Johnson & Tull CPAs, Easy Speak Restaurant & Distillery,Wadkins Garage, Kent Sussex Auto Parts; Bronze Sponsor – Southern States Co-Operative; Door Prizes – Concord Pets, Walmart, Milford, Advance Auto Parts, Big Lots Variety, Gilberts Tire, Ace Hardware, Milford, E.K.A. Jewelers,  Food Lion Super Market, Taco Bell/Kentucky Fried Chicken, Easy Speak Restaurant & Distillery; Radio PSA – Delmarva Broadcasting Company.

Members of the Lions Club say their organization would not be able to assist the community as they do without your continuous and generous support.

Interested in becoming a member of this service organization?  Contact them on Facebook (Milford, Delaware Lions Club), by email – membership @milfordlions22d.com or by calling 302-422-2861 or 302-284-8052.

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