The new Road Rebels, established 6 years ago, have continued their spirit of public service. The Mossyrock Blueberry Festival Collectable Car Show is held at the Mossyrock School grounds, on the grass. Generous sponsors provide fun games, dash plaques, and awards. Many participants also join the parade through the middle of town.
2020’s car show info will be available here.
The Mossyrock Road Rebels Car Club enjoyed great success in 2010 with over 140 cars participating! Proceeds from the Car Show this year created a $1,000.00 scholarship to Mossyrock seniors for higher education in the trades. In addition, the Road Rebels donated $250.00 to each of the area food banks, Morton, SOMMA in Salkum, and the Salvation Army Food Bank in Centralia.
The original Road Rebels started in 1959 as a group of Mossyrock High School kids hanging out at the old Union Gas station in downtown Mossyrock. A Washington State Trooper, Bob Broshear; seeing idle teens, suggested to them to do something productive for the community and he organized the kids. He became their adviser, they named themselves the Road Rebels and even wrote up the bylaws that the current group uses today. After the group graduated from high school the Road Rebels became a piece of Mossyrock history.
2020 Application coming soon!