Ladies and gentlemen, start your classic engines!
The are seeking out community members who would like to participate in the first ever Woodridge Car Show.
The show will be one of the main events included in the district's Community Day on Aug. 4 at Woodridge High School, according to Woodridge public relations specialist Christy Weaver.
The day-long event will also feature food, inflatables, community tables, vendors, face painting, music and a fireworks display.
Community Day will also garner support for the If passed, the 6.83-mill levy would generate $3 million in revenue over the next five years and cost property owners an additional $209 per year for every $100,000 in valuation.
If you would like to display your vehicle, contact Chris Sieber at 330-928-7420, ext. 593105 for more information.