Shift into Gear and Rev Up for Fun! Family Fun Night and Classic Car Show

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Christian Health Care Center is holding a Family Fun Night and Classic Car Show from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, August 15 (rain date is Friday, August 22). The event will feature a variety of classic cars, as well as cars from the All American Corvette Club. There will be entertainment, fun activities, and prizes for children and families. Admission is free, and all are welcome to bring lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy a relaxing evening of fun for everyone. Hot dogs, hamburgers, and a variety of fun finger food will be available for a nominal charge. For more information or to enter your classic car, call (201) 848-5796.

Left Photo: Nearly 60 classic cars and trucks were on display at Christian Health Care Center’s first Family Fun Night and Classic Car Show. Center Photo: Pictured, from left, are Gordon Stanley of Wyckoff; Douglas Dittrick of Ridgewood; Rick DeBel of Lincoln Park; and Douglas A. Struyk, CPA, LNHA, Christian Health Care Center President and CEO and resident of Wayne. Right Photo: Pictured, from left, are Douglas A. Struyk, CPA, LNHA, Christian Health Care Center President and CEO, and Wyckoff resident Chris Love, who was the winner of “The People’s Choice Award” for his white 1962 Corvette convertible with red-leather interior.

Left Photo: Pictured, from left, are Edward Van Ostenbridge of Hawthorne and his son Paul Van Ostenbridge of Franklin Lakes, who is the President and CEO of Atlantic Stewardship Bank. Edward was the original owner of the 1953 Chevrolet pick-up truck pictured. He sold it, and many years later, Paul saw that it was for sale and Atlantic Stewardship Bank purchased the vehicle to use in parades and at special events. Center Photo:  Pictured with a Dykhouse Construction classic truck are four generations of the Dykhouse family. Pictured, from left, are Larry Dykhouse Sr., of Midland Park; his father Garry Dykhouse of Wyckoff; Tyler Dykhouse and his father, Larry Dykhouse Jr., residents of Hawthorne. Right Photo: Pictured is Franklin Lakes resident Bob Walton, who is co-author of a book, “Route 66”.

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