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Eliminators Car Club headed for Gull Lake for show ‘n’ shine

The Lyceum Theatre together with the Eliminators Car Club will be revving up for summer May 9 in Gull Lake.

Members of the Eliminators Car Club will do a Cruise to Gull Lake that Saturday afternoon, and will have their cars on display outside Lyceum Theatre for a Show ’n’ Shine.
It starts at 2 p.m. as the car club will host a drag racing film on the big screen with the big sound at Lyceum Theatre.
After the film there will be a fundraising barbecue including a hotdog and a coke in the vintage bottles for $5.
Proceeds will go toward the purchase of a new and bigger popcorn machine for the theatre.
Coca Cola has provided some door prize gifts, and giveaways.
At 8 p.m. the movie Furious 7 will be shown at Lyceum Theatre.
The Eliminators Car Club extends an invitation to everyone who has a collector car to join the Show ’n’ Shine and let’s “Rev up for Summer.”
Everyone is invited to attend the drag racing film in the afternoon. Regular admission at the door. Don’t miss out on all the fun.

via SW Sask News – Prairie Post – Prairie Post

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