A fabulous fun filled weekend was had by all. Great twisty turns made for Porsches!
Photos by Sabine
Thanks again to our BCIR members that showed up in the rain to contribute to the Kamloops Food Bank.
If you were unable to attend and still want to donate, you can do so online at:
Afterward was a drive to Farmstrong Cider Company in Armstrong for lunch.
It was BCIR’s annual Kelowna Fill a Frunk and a huge thank you to our members for their generosity!
The 212 lbs of food collected equates to $530 worth of food onto the shelves of the Central Okanagan Food Bank plus our member’s cash donation of $1,855.00.
From Tamie at the Food Bank… “Thank you all for having such kind hearts and for thinking of us, knowing we (as a food bank) are in need of a helping hand. That kind of generosity is commendable, and I hope you all feel a great sense of pride knowing just how much you’ve helped those that rely on our services.”
If you were not able to attend, you can still donate online at:
After Kelowna Cars and Coffee, there was a drive to Predator Ridge in Vernon. Despite the rainy weather, we had 8 cars with 16 people for lunch.
Thanks to Derrick for getting us parking and reserving our tables!
Photos by Sabine.
Everyone had a fabulous time on the drive leaving Kamloops to Tunkwa Lake, Logan Lake, lunch in Merritt and returning back along Nicola Lake!
We are so lucky to have such great roads and beautiful scenery in the Interior.
Photos by Gary Ireland
There were 16 cars at Cars and Coffee that came as far as Grand Forks and Trail. We also unveiled our new hats for sale.
After the Kelowna Cars and Coffee, 21 cars continued on for a scenic drive down South. Lunch was on the beautiful grounds of Linden Gardens in Kaledon.
Photos by Sabine Zerwes
There were 540 cars entered into the show this year and 13 Porsches in the BCIR corral. Six blocks of Street Rods, American Muscle, European, Collector, Vintage, Motorcycles, Big Rigs, vendors and live music.
The August Family Foundation raised over $800,000 for Ronald McDonald House Charities BC & Yukon.
BCIR President was among the drivers with his co-pilot Ethan who is a huge car enthusiast.
Inspire. Change a Life. Repeat.
Photos by Brad Pape
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