The good times are all for a good cause as the Historic Transportation Bonanza Car Show aims to raise funds for another community service event, the annual Trick or Treat Extravaganza at OU-C.
As an organization, the HSA goal is to engage its members by offering opportunities to aid local social service agencies, organize fundraisers, educate others and raise awareness about local issues. The students also develop a variety of skills through their involvement including networking, group work, professional ethics and problem solving.
Kyle Keim, Co-President of the Human Services Association, said, “I want to invite people to bring all makes and models, classic or restored cars, trucks, and motorcycles to the car show.”
There will be an award presentation at 3:00 pm. Additionally, a food booth and raffles will be available. There is a $10 entrance fee and the vehicles will be parked between 11:00 to noon.
Barbara Mahaffey, Ph.D., Human Services Association advisor, notes that the proceeds will go toward buying an enormous amount of candy to be distributed at the annual Trick or Treat Extravaganza event, planned for October 28 at the Ohio University-Chillicothe Shoemaker Center.