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Broad River European Motor Club Supports Abuse Prevention Council
  Members of the Broad River European Motor Club (BREMC) join with past president Tom Greene (center) as he presents a one thousand dollar donation to Belkis Salazar, Abuse Prevention Council at the June meeting of the Club held at Owl's Eye Winery.  The Club had decided to donate funds raised from the first Broad River European Classic Car Show as part of Arts on Square in April to support a local charity.  Entrants from across the Carolinas participated in the show with more than 90 different makes and models of vintage sports cars.  You could have seen a BMW, Porsche,  MG, Austin Healy, Triumph, Mercedes Benz, Volkswagen, Jaguar, Morris Minor, and the Owl's Eye Trophy winner a 1934 Rolls Royce owned by Richard and Lynn Coombs, Columbus, NC.
The Club started two years ago and has grow to more than forty members.  It meets the first Thursday of the month at Owls Eye Winery, Metcalf Road, Shelby.  If you are interested in learning more about the BREMC and its activities, visit there website at www.broadriveremc.com or contact Dough Carlisle (704) 473-8493 or in Rutherford County contact Wilbur Wright (828) 429-1407.

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