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Cars and Courage at Diamond Oaks—Date changed to April 29

Classic and custom automobiles and trucks are front and center on Saturday, April 29 at the annual Cars and Courage show held by Green Township VFW Post 10380 at Diamond Oaks Career Campus, 6375 Harrison Avenue.  Originally scheduled for April 22, the event was postponed for a week due to expected rain.

Cars and Courage attracts entries from throughout the tri-state, including muscle cars, imports, domestic cars, and more.  Awards are given in six categories, and 25 People’s Choice Awards will be voted on by attendees.

Cars and Courage is a family event for all ages.  Admission is free for the public.  Hot dogs and hamburgers will be available for purchase, and attendees can tour the Diamond Oaks labs and facilities.

Proceeds will go toward helping the VFW Post 10380 fulfill its mission to serve veterans, active military and the community as well as to advocate on behalf of all veterans.

Show entries are $10 per car; show and registration information can be found at

Spots are also available for sponsors and vendors.  Contact organizers by email at

The Green Township VFW Post 10380, founded in 1988, is a 501(c)19, non-profit veteran organization dedicated to fostering public awareness of Veteran causes though community partnerships. The VFW Post 10380 provides information and assistance in obtaining VA benefits to veterans. Members are active at the VA hospital and community organizations in multiple volunteer capacities. The Post owns no property or bar facility.



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