The Brazil Times/Banner Graphic fifth annual Children's Charities Car Show was Saturday with all proceeds divided equally between Clay County's Toys for Tots and Putnam County's Shop with a Cop.
Forty-six car and truck show participants were judged by their peers in 10 different categories. Best of Show was a 1958 Corvette, owned by Charlie and Karen Cooper. Other winners received trophies and goody bags filled with a T-shirt, dash plaque and other stuff. Street Rod: 1st place - Tom Duncan - 1932 Ford Roadster; 2nd place - Jeff Cooprider - 1940 Ford; Convertibles: 1st place - Joel and Karen Griffin - 1965 Sunbeam Tiger; 2nd place - Carol Anderson - 1957 Chevrolet convertible; Decade 1920-'49: 1st place - Rita Sneath - 1931Model A Ford; 2nd p lace - Wendell Stump - 1948 Commodore; Decade 1950-'59: 1st place - Rose Jenkins - 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air; 2nd place - Bill Bradbury - 1950 Chevrolet Deluxe; Decade 1960-'69: 1st place - Done Wilson - 1964 Buick Special; 2nd place - Gary and Pam Bone - 1967 GTO; Decade 1970-'79: 1st place - Mary Jenkins - 1971 Plymouth Cuda; 2nd place - Steve and Denise Minkner - 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass; Decade, After 1980: 1st place - Ralph and Patty Chrisman - 1999 Ford Mustang; 2nd place -Ronnie Standley - 1966 Ford; Trucks - 1st place - Jack and Susan Loehmann - 1955 Ford F-100; 2nd p lace - Paul smith - 1966 Ford; Motorcycles: No entries.Many free door prizes were given away and a 50/50 drawing totaling $85 was won by Larry Anderson. Raffle tickets were sold for a chance to win a recliner from Mike Goodman's Furniture, which was won by Ed Christensen. Plenty of activities were available for the family such as an air bouncer for kids to romp around inside, several games such as golf and bowling-for-pop, face painting by Ivy Herron and music by D.J. Chris Sawyer.