Hazard police host second annual car show


Hundreds raised for patients at the ARH Cancer Center

The Hazard Police Department (HPD) hosted its second annual car show over the weekend. The event, which was originally scheduled for the Fourth of July weekend but was reschedules due to weather, went to benefit patients at the ARH Cancer Center.


photo by Amelia Holliday | Hazard Herald

Judging began late in the afternoon on Saturday. HPD Chief Minor Allen, pictured left, was one of the lucky few chosen to judge the show.


photo by Amelia Holliday | Hazard Herald

Awards were given to “Best in Class” cars, which included classics, modern, street rods, rat rods, best Ford, and best Chevy.


photo by Amelia Holliday | Hazard Herald

Nearly any type of show vehicle was included in the show, including classic cars and motorcycles.


photo by Amelia Holliday | Hazard Herald

Local specialty cars were spotted at the event, as well.


photo by Amelia Holliday | Hazard Herald

The Hazard Police Department (HPD) hosted its second annual car show over the weekend. The event, which was originally scheduled for the Fourth of July weekend but was reschedules due to weather, went to benefit patients at the ARH Cancer Center.

Judging began late in the afternoon on Saturday. HPD Chief Minor Allen, pictured left, was one of the lucky few chosen to judge the show.

Awards were given to “Best in Class” cars, which included classics, modern, street rods, rat rods, best Ford, and best Chevy.

Nearly any type of show vehicle was included in the show, including classic cars and motorcycles.

Local specialty cars were spotted at the event, as well.

The Hazard Police Department (HPD) hosted its second annual car show over the weekend. The event, which was originally scheduled for the Fourth of July weekend but was reschedules due to weather, went to benefit patients at the ARH Cancer Center.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Cars1.jpgThe Hazard Police Department (HPD) hosted its second annual car show over the weekend. The event, which was originally scheduled for the Fourth of July weekend but was reschedules due to weather, went to benefit patients at the ARH Cancer Center. photo by Amelia Holliday | Hazard Herald

Judging began late in the afternoon on Saturday. HPD Chief Minor Allen, pictured left, was one of the lucky few chosen to judge the show.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Cars2.jpgJudging began late in the afternoon on Saturday. HPD Chief Minor Allen, pictured left, was one of the lucky few chosen to judge the show. photo by Amelia Holliday | Hazard Herald

Awards were given to “Best in Class” cars, which included classics, modern, street rods, rat rods, best Ford, and best Chevy.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Cars3.jpgAwards were given to “Best in Class” cars, which included classics, modern, street rods, rat rods, best Ford, and best Chevy. photo by Amelia Holliday | Hazard Herald

Nearly any type of show vehicle was included in the show, including classic cars and motorcycles.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Cars4.jpgNearly any type of show vehicle was included in the show, including classic cars and motorcycles. photo by Amelia Holliday | Hazard Herald

Local specialty cars were spotted at the event, as well.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Cars5.jpgLocal specialty cars were spotted at the event, as well. photo by Amelia Holliday | Hazard Herald
Hundreds raised for patients at the ARH Cancer Center
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