On Saturday night one of the city’s most popular restaurants, The Corner Cafe, hosted dozens of classic cars in a “Cruise-In” to benefit the East Ridge Community Food Pantry.
Scores of people showed up for the free burgers and dogs to gawk at everything from a ’32 Ford three-window high boy to classic ’67 Camaros, to nearly new Corvettes.
This is just one in a series of “Cruise-Ins” that Corner Cafe owner Melissa Davenport has held for the community, giving all Pioneers a chance to congregate and show their generosity.
The price of admission was non-perishable goods that went to the food pantry to feed those less fortunate. Danny McDowell, the Director of the pantry, pointed to his pickup truck’s bed loaded with food illustrate the community’s generosity.
Below is a photo gallery of all the fun everyone had for a good cause.