|Family Dog Show|
|5K and 8K Race|
on the grass fields behind
Mossyrock High School
2016 Special Trophy Awards
They also gave out 70 sponsored awards.
The attendance was 203 cars which is the first time they had over 200 cars.
* Photo curtesy of Craig Coppock, Mossyrock Hardware
****Photo curtesy of Chris Brewer, Lewis County IT Services
##Photo curtesy of Dean Parnell
Cars shown by the Road Rebels, the host car club.##
The Car Show is sponsored by the
Mossyrock Road Rebels Car Club.
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. The new Road Rebels, reestablished in February 2010, have continued their spirit of public service.
The Mossyrock Road Rebels Car Club is dedicated to community service. From the proceeds of the 2015 car show, $1900 was returned to the community. This included a $1000 donation of tools to the Mossyrock High School shop class and $900 to three local food banks.
The Car Show is part of
Mossyrock Blueberry Festival.
This community festival which includes many events such as a parade, concerts and other events happens annually on the first weekend in August. You are invited to attend several events as well as the car show. You may even want to buy some blueberries from a local farm while you are here.