Thursday, November 10, 2011

2012 Sherbrooke Show & Shine

Saturday, September 8 & Sunday, September 9
18th ANNUAL SHERBROOKE SHOW & SHINE – We're gearing up for the 2012 Sherbrooke Show & Shine. A gathering of classic and antique vehicles. Event will feature a road rally, Friday night concert, music, dance at the Lions Hall, door prizes, raffle and a silent auction. 2012 will be the year of the Street Rod, Come show us yours!

Friday evening kick off concert will be held at the Sherbrooke Village Courthouse beginning at 7:30 pm. Those registering a vehicle in the show will be admitted free.

Early registration for the Show & Shine will be held Friday evening at the ballfield from 6:30 to 7:30 pm on Friday.

Friday, September 9, 2011

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

2011 Show & Shine Results

17th ANNUAL SHERBROOKE SHOW & SHINE – The show was a great success and the results are in. Prizes were awarded in the following categories:
PEOPLES CHOICE AWARD – Sponsored by Styles Unlimited 1952 M6, Lauchie Chaisson, New Glasgow
OLDEST VEHICLE – Sponsored by Antigonish Family Dentistry 1928 Olds Coupe, Ian Roy, Westville
BEST PRE-50’S VEHICLE (Bayne Hodgson Memorial Award) – Sponsored by Kim & Robbie Horton 1928 Olds Coupe, Ian Roy, Westville
BEST 50S CAR – Sponsored by Bluewave Energy 1952 Chev Styleline, Dan Mahoney, Antigonish
BEST 50S TRUCK – Sponsored by Shoppers Drug Mart 1953 Chev ½ Ton, Charles Lyons, Glace Bay
BEST 60S CAR – Sponsored by Warden David Clark 1969 Chev Camaro RS, Tony Mills, Head Jeddore
BEST 60S TRUCK – Sponsored by Sherbrooke Village Inn 1965 GMC Pick-Up, Terry & Debbie Peters, Marion Bridge
BEST 70S CAR– Sponsored by Royal Bank 1978 – Chev Nova, Gordon Keith, Port Bickerton
BEST 70S TRUCK – Sponsored by Bob Allen’s Auto Sales 1972 Chev C-10, Rob & Liz Balcom
BEST 80S CAR – Sponsored by Randy & Gwen Parsons 1987 Chev Monte Carlo SS, Ernest Williams, Frankville
BEST 80S TRUCK – Sponsored by Vasil Metal Recycling (Bill & Aaron Vasil) 1987 Chev ½ Ton Custom Deluxe, Ron Dinsdale, Dartmouth
BEST CUSTOM – Sponsored by L&E MacGrath Bros. 1965 Ford Econoline, Greville Veinot, Hammonds Plains
BEST SPECIAL INTEREST – Sponsored by Robar’s Tri-Service 1993 Chev S10 4X4, Russell Levangie, Antigonish
BEST IMPORT – Sponsored by St. Mary’s River Smokehouses 1952 M6, Lauchie Chaisson, New Glasgow
BEST ORIGINAL (Heather Costigan Memorial Award) – Sponsored by Dave Sinclair 1953 Chev Belair, Lee MacGillivray, Antigonish
BEST TUNER – Sponsored by Scotia Pallets 1998 GM Z24, Ben Hines, New Glasgow
BEST LOCAL ENTRY – Sponsored by St. Mary’s River Lodge 1930 Ford Model A, Scott Fraser, Sherbrooke
BEST HEMI – Sponsored by Sherbrooke Garage 2008 Dodge Hemi Challenger, Ben Druhan, Antigonish
BEST IN SHOW – Sponsored by Antigonish Evergreen Inn 1969 Chev Camaro, Bob & Erma Denton, Brookfield
James Marshall won the Grand Prize, a 7HP gas pressure washer donated by Napa Auto Parts and valued at $500.
Bob Power from Lake Echo won the A&W Bistro Set donated by Dale MacKeen of Antigonish A&W.

On Saturday afternoon, over 80 participants took part in a cruise and poker rally to Liscombe Lodge. Cruise participants returned to the Sherbrooke Lions Club for supper served by SHOPS. The newly formed SHOPS (Sherbrooke Opportunities Society) group, have banded together to insure that mentally challenged adults and youth of the area have a space available for programs.

Eastern Shore band “Marine Drive” mixed it up for an appreciative audience at the Courthouse Concert on Friday evening and “Master Blaster” kept everyone on their feet at the Saturday evening dance at the St. Mary’s Lions Hall. Although the Historic Sherbrooke Village Development Society hosts the event, many community groups take part and benefit. The St Mary’s Lions Club, the Sherbrooke & Area Volunteer Fire Department and St. Paul’s Catholic Church all had very successful concession stands.

We hope everyone enjoyed the show and hope to see you all back here next year!
Proceeds from the Sherbrooke Show & Shine benefit the Historic Sherbrooke Village Development Society. This event is produced in partnership with the St. Mary’s Tourism Association and Sherbrooke Village.