Weekend event raises money for food pantries|
Tuesday, September 04, 2012
CURWENSVILLE - The sixth annual Wheels at the Lake was held Saturday and Sunday at Curwensville Lake Recreation Area. Sunday the Classic Cars at the Lake show was held.
Registration fees to enter the show are designated to benefit the Clearfield, Curwensville and Grampian food pantries.
There were 39 entries according to Tobey Wingard, a member of the committee who organized the event.
The winners, as provided by the committee are:
• class 1, stock cars and trucks through 1942, no entries.
• class 2, stock cars 1943-1955, JoAnn Tocarchik, 1950 Ford Custom, first; George Shaffer, 1951 Hudson Hornet, second; Bill Shuggarts, 1954 Chevrolet 210, third.
• class 3, stock cars 1956-1963, Tom Maryman, 1957 Chevrolet, two-door, hardtop, first; and Mitch Harvey, 1957 Chevrolet, Bel Air, second.
• class 4, stock cars, 1964-1971, Clifford Hullihen, 1966 Ford Mustang, first; Eric Reinko, 1967 Ford Mustang convertible, second; Dave Barnett, 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle, third.
• class 5, stock cars 1972-1990, Phyllis Kweder, 1985 Oldsmobile Cutlass; first; Steve Stanton, 1988 Chevrolet Camaro, second; Pat Carfley, 1982 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, third.
• class 6, two-seat sports cars, Carol Bauman, 2002 Chevrolet Corvette, first; Ed Milligan, 1981 Chevrolet Corvette, second; and Craig Prebe, 1974 Chevrolet Corvette, third.
• class 7, stock trucks, 1943-1975, no entries
• class 8, modified two-wheel and four-wheel drive trucks, Sonny Taylor, 1950 Chevrolet van, first; and Steve Clark, 1974 Ford Bronco, second.
• class 9, street rods through 1948, no entries
• class 10, modified cars 1949 through present, Mike Kelly, 1968 Ford Mustang, first; Kermit Kweder, 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, second; and Greg Selfridge, 2009 Ford Mustang, third.
• class 11, tuner cars 1989 through present, Brandon Taylor, 2000 Dodge SRT, first; and Zackary Stock, 2012 Hyundai, second.
• class 12, special interest vehicles, George Ryan, 1996 Chevrolet Camaro, first; Jason Stanton, 2004 Pontiac Grand Am, second; and Tom Best, 1982 Ford pickup truck, third.