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Car show benefits Brain Aneurysm Foundation

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A young fan admires a classic car.

Shrewsbury – Fans of all sorts of vehicles enjoyed the opportunity to see them up close and personal at the Leicester/ Spencer Fraternal Order of the Eagles #4541's Classic Car Show at the Hebert Candy Mansion Aug. 18. 72 vehicles were entered into the show, which was entitled, “Meeting of the Minds,” with prizes given out in a number of categories.

The event was organized by Eagles” members Dan and Shelly Travers, in honor of Shelly's father, Donald P. Doherty, who passed away in 2002 from a brain aneurysm. Both Shelley and her brother Donald, have also had brain aneurysms.

The event also featured a 50/50 raffle, live DJ, food and beverage vendors, and children's activities.

All proceeds will go to the Brain Aneurysm Foundation.

Rob and Stephanie Stacy won a trophy for Best Ford for their 1949 F1.

A classic car.

A classic car.

(left to right) Dan and Shelly Travers and Fraternal Order of the Eagles #4541 President Steve McDuff stand in front of Shelley's truck that has a memorial on it in honor of her late father, Donald P. Doherty.

(left to right) Dan and Shelly Travers and Fraternal Order of the Eagles #4541 President Steve McDuff stand in front of Shelley's truck that has a memorial on it in honor of her late father, Donald P. Doherty.

Donald's daughters, Shaelynn, 10, and Brynn,  support their father, aunt, and other family members.

Donald's daughters, Shaelynn, 10, and Brynn, support their father, aunt, and other family members.

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