NEW DATE: Sponsored by the Leesburg Business Association and the Northern Virginia Rods and Classics Car Club, the 29th Annual Car Show is currently in the planning stages and is being planned for Saturday, June 6, 2015, between 5-10 pm. The rain date is tentatively set for Sunday, June 7. This year’s show, as in the past, will benefit the CS Monroe Auto Body and Graphic Arts Department students.
Automobiles made in 1990 or earlier are welcome to participate. Staging will take place at 4 pm at Tuscarora High School. The cost to participate is $20. For additional information, please contact Carolyn Craig at (703) 864-1665.
The students of Monroe Tech have completed the design of our flyers and posters for this event. We will have the flyers ready to hand out at other shows beginning April 11. Be sure to grab some from Bob Brown.
2015 Leesburg Show Flyer
BE LOOKING FOR MORE DETAILS AS THE CLUB WORKS TO GAIN FINAL APPROVALS FROM THE LEESBURG TOWN COUNCIL.
Now that the weather has finally turned warmer, it is time to check our calendar to see what car shows and cruise events are available in our area. If you know of any event that should be added to our calendar, please send the information to the webmaster.
It is always interesting to see what new cars come out for their first showing in 2015. Rumor has it that we will see a few of our members bringing out recently acquired or re-incarnated vehicles.
A couple of the club members discussed trying an early Sunday morning get together as this seems to be the one weekend day where not many car shows are ever scheduled. Our thought was to have a gathering for coffee, and breakfast if you so choose, and still have time for members to attend church services if desired. Please see the calendar of events for the information. Hopefully, we can get this started by mid-April, weather permitting.
As a side note, the manager of the location we chose is eager for us to try to get it established, as he was a strong advocate for the Country Roads Car Club in West Virginia.
The 28th Annual Leesburg Car Show was a huge success!
THANK YOU for coming out and helping us to support the CS Monroe Technology Center, Auto Body and Graphic Arts Departments. On June 3, 2014, we presented the school with checks totalling $9,000.00.
The automotive department students that created all of the one-of-a-kind trophies received $4500 for their contributions to our car show.
The graphics art department that created all of the flyers, and posters, also, received $4500 for their contributions to our car show.
Students from both of these departments worked throughout the evening taking up donations from those spectators who attended the event.
We look forward to having you join us again next year for the 29th Annual Car Show, scheduled to be held on Saturday evening, June 6, 2015.
CS Monroe students and check presentations
The following are pictures showing members of the various CS Monroe Automotive and Graphics Art departments, along with the presentation of the funds acquired during the 28th Annual Leesburg Car Show.
Welcome to the new website for Northern Virginia Rods and Classics. Please check out information about our club’s purpose, how to become a member and our ongoing events.
$4500 Check presentation by club treasurer Bob Brown to David Williams of the Automotive Collision Repair Department. In the photo are students of the Automotive department and members of our car club.
$4500 Check presentation by club treasurer to Pam Smith of the Graphics Arts Department. In the photo are students of the Graphic Arts department and members of our car club.
A big “thank you” from the Automotive and Graphic Arts departments of CS Monroe.
One-of-a-kind trophies designed and built by members of the Automotive department. These were absolute hits with those individuals who won them during the car show.
All the members of the Northern Virginia Rods and Classics car club want to thank the CS Monroe students and their department heads for the fantastic job that they did during our 2014 car show. It was truly a success and could not have been accomplished without these students and the outstanding efforts that they put forth. Well done, CS Monroe !