Harrison Ruritan Club will dedicate its eighth annual Open Car, Truck and Motorcycle Show to the memory of Hamilton County General Sessions Court Judge Robert L. "Bob" Moon Jr., who died in January. The show is scheduled Sunday at the Tennessee Riverpark off Amnicola Highway.
"Bob was a beloved Ruritan member and a proud owner of top-quality show vehicles usually seen at this annual event," said show chairman Jim Holcomb in a news release.
Registration will last from 8 a.m. until judging starts at noon. Trophies will be awarded at 3 p.m.
The Rev. Billy Denham will lead a church service at 11 a.m. and entertain with his Chet Atkins style of guitar playing, Holcomb said.
More than 100 trophies will be awarded, with Top 5 choices in 20 classes including motorcycles, trucks, antiques, classics, street rods, SUVs, Corvettes and Mustangs. Seven specialty trophies will be awarded for best paint, interior, wheel and tire, club participation, engine, most unique and best of show.
There is no charge for spectators. Show entrants will pay a registration fee of $25. The first 150 registrants will receive a goodie bag and dash plate.
Concessions will be available, and several vendors will be on hand with services and products.
Proceeds from the car show and other fundraisers go to the club's community-service projects, which include scholarships to high school seniors, character awards to elementary and middle-school students and funding for the Highway 58 Volunteer Fire Department's annual Christmas toy and food drive, Friends of Harrison Bay State Park, recreation leagues, schools and youth sponsorships to the Freedoms Foundation.
More information about the club, which was chartered in 1952, can be found at harrisonruritanclub.webs.com. For more information about the car show, call Jim Holcomb at 423-413-6140.