DALLAS TWP. — Motors will be rumbling into the Back Mountain for the seventh annual Dallas High School Economics Club Car Show on Sunday, Sept. 30.
Classic muscle cars, antique roadsters as well as trucks from years gone by will be on hand for spectators’ admiration and reflection.
The car show will be held in the Dallas High School parking lot, located off Conyngham Drive in Dallas Township.
The event will start with registration from 9 a.m. to noon. Vehicle registration is $10.
Also, cars will be judged from 2 to 3 p.m. The top 30 cars will receive awards at 3:15 p.m.
There will be music and vendors.
All proceeds will support the Dallas Economics Club.
The club was founded in 2008 by Dennis Garvey and Tom Gilroy, as a partnership between the school and community. Students within the club compete against students in other economic classes around the state.
The Economics Club has 25 juniors and seniors with interests in the fields of economics and financial planning who strive to expand their knowledge within these areas further.
The club meets weekly to practice skills to help them compete in competitions such as the National Economic Challenge, the Stock Market Game, and the Entrepreneurship Challenge.