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43rd Annual Ramblin Relics “Run For Fun” is coming this Saturday

Rambliln Relics 001The Ramblin Relics of Southern Ohio are pleased to announce the 43rd Annual Country Run for Fun. This year’s event will take place on Saturday, June 26 at the Adams County Fairgrounds in West Union.
The gate to the event will open at 8 a.m. for the estimated 150 or more street rods, muscle cars, custom trucks and other specialty vehicles which are expected to be in attendance from several states. Spectators are welcome for a small admission charge.
The car club will recognize the top 20 vehicles in attendance as well as several specialty award sinners. A Grand Prize of $200 cash will be awarded, by random drawing, to a registered participant in attendance.
The day will also feature a non-denominational church service and singing, by local gospel artist Jason Cooper at 11 a.m. A tradition at the Country Run for Fun is a large lineup of games for adults and children which will begin following the church service. Registered participants and spectators can get involved in the games. Some of the games include: the fan belt toss, the lifter drop, a balloon toss, and the very popular adult tricycle race and creeper race. Other events include a children’s coloring contest and a ‘Split the Pot” drawing throughout the day. Food will be available on the grounds. The Country Run for Fun will conclude with award presentations and the Grand Prize drawing at 3:30 p.m.
Day of show registration, cost of $15.00, is available at the fairgrounds on Sunday from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. Profits made from the Country Run for Fun are used to fund the Ramblin Relics annual scholarship fund and for donations to local charities.

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