Classics roll into Sully for Cruizin’ The Square

Classic vehicles of all makes and models lined the Sully town square on Saturday, July 30, for the ninth annual Cruizin' The Square organized by the Sully Night Out Committee. 

Hoods were popped and cars shining under sunny skies for Sully Night Out’s ninth annual Cruizin’ The Square event on Saturday evening, July 30. Fifty-one classics rolled into Sully and were on display around the square for community members and visitors to admire. In addition to marveling at the classics, attendees had the opportunity to indulge in great food, listen to the Sully Big Band, participate in family-friendly entertainment, and watch a movie under the stars.

This is the ninth year the Sully Night Out Committee has organized Cruizin’ The Square. This year’s event attracted car enthusiasts near and far with 51 classic vehicles lining the Sully square. Attendees voted for their favorite classic by casting a kernel ­– Cameron Van Wyk took first place with his shiny green 1955 Chevy 3100. Shawn Van Ryswyk was the second-place kernel getter with his 1998 Panoz AIV Roadster, and third place went to Dodge Cross with his 1968 Plymouth Roadrunner.

A line of flashy red classics line one side of the Sully Square.

Family-friendly entertainment included bingo sponsored by Janco Industries, Red Line Raceway slot car races sponsored by Fast Trax Sports, a variety of games for children sponsored by Inspirations Childcare and Preschool, listening to Sully’s Big Band, and watching the movie “Uncharted” once night fell.

The Sully Lions Club served a meal for a freewill donation. Sully Hometown Pride raised $854 for the ballpark renovation fund by serving over 200 root beer floats, and Inspirations served popcorn prior to the movie for a freewill donation.

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