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On August 12th, members of the Jack Aces Riding Club, along with Moe’s Original BBQ hosted their 3rd annual Car and Bike Show.
This show gave Cullman residents a chance to check out some beautifully restored motor vehicles and listen to some great music while raising money for a good cause!
The show started at 5:00 pm. 5ive O’clock Charlie provided live music for this event.
In the interview below, we speak with Sergeant Adam Clark of Cullman Police Department and Jack Aces President Chuck Shikle.
Shikle details the stunning generosity shown by both event participants and community guests at this extremely well-attended event.
Clarks explains the broad spectrum of beneficiaries across Cullman that are supported by the police department’s Shop-With-A-Cop program:
It was TOUGH competition at the Jack Aces Riding Club + Moe’s Original BBQ CAR AND BIKE SHOW benefitting Cullman Police Department’s Shop-With-A-Cop program this evening.
Here are your winners:
BEST IN SHOW
#1 Randy Powe – Mach 1
#2 Joey Hinkle – 68 Chevelle SS
#3 Heath Rodgers – 67 Chevy C10
#1 CAR – Joey Hinkle – 68 Chevelle SS
#1 RAT ROD – Jeremy Hancock – Model A
#1 TRUCK – Heath Rodgers – 67 Chevy C10
BEST IN SHOW BIKE
#1 Chuck Shickle – Shovelhead
#2 Jonathan Collett – 69 Sportster
#3 Rickey Peek – 2009 Bourget Viper
#1 METRIC – Derrick Barton – Victory
#1 BAGGER – Marvin Ball – 2015 Road Glide
#1 CRUISER – Scotty Hestla – 1999 Softtail
#1 CUSTOM – Rickey Peek – 2009 Bourget Viper
All proceeds from this event went directly to the Cullman’s Shop with a Cop Foundation.
Shop with a Cop Foundation is something that the Cullman Police Department began to make Christmas wishes come to life for some Cullman area children. Shop With a Cop pairs children with police officers and volunteers and feeds the kids breakfast before heading to Walmart to make Christmas wish lists a reality.
In years past, Shop with a Cop has helped Cullman area children in need as well as about 20 people from the Margaret Jean Jones Center and some residents from local nursing homes. It is a fantastic organization that truly does make a difference in the lives of others.
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