Cars lined both sides of Main Street and all along Railroad Avenue. Winning cars sponsored by local businesses and in various categories were awarded handmade original trophies created by Terry "The Trashman" LeBlanc. One particular trophy, he stated he hoped went to a Republican because it had a model of President Trump's Air Force One on it, was awarded Jamie Wright of Sierraville, who appeared thrilled.
Fun vendor booths lined Railroad Avenue and included wooden carvings, gems, antiques and collectibles and handcrafted items along with informational booths by California Highway Patrol, Liberty Utilities and Loyalton Volunteer Fire Department. Bottom photo shows Missy Weatherson who sold her original designs.
Raffle drawings which included nice week end get-aways in Reno were made throughout the afternoon along with the 50/50 drawing and for the Booze Wagon which was pulled around the car show by volunteer Stacy Estrada.
Former long time residents including Gene Hawe from Oregon and Kathy and Russ Kirkpatrict from Arizona and Anthony Vanetti were among those formerly from the Loyalton area who attended.
For more photos and further information, see it all in the June 14th Sierra Booster.