Crowd checks out antique and classic cars at Ogdensburg’s 18th annual Car-B-Que

Crowd checks out antique and classic cars at Ogdensburg’s 18th annual Car-B-Que

Ken and MaryAnn Sloan, Heuvelton, screen their 1917 Franklin Collection 9B at the Ogdensburg’s Car-B-Que. NCNow photos by Cheryl Shumway.

OGDENSBURG – A blend of a cruise-in of common autos, barbeque, Contact-a-Truck, sellers, music, and outdoor online games had been offered at the 18th Yearly Automobile-B-Que June 4.

The occasion was hosted by the Greater Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce.

Dozens of antique and common automobiles have been on display at the Greenbelt, adjacent to the Dobisky Visitiors Heart. Twenty-6 trophies have been awarded.

Ogdensburg Kiwanis Club hosted a Contact-a-Truck, which include an Ogdensburg Fireplace Department firetruck, Ogdensburg Rescue Squad ambulance, Border Patrol jet-ski, and Ogdensburg Section of General public Performs payloader.

The Ogdensburg Community Library offered outside game titles for small children.

Tracy Sheesley, Canton, stands future to his two-seater 1984 Excalibur Roadster at Ogdensburg’s Car-B-Que. NCNow image

Tony Joanette, of Ogdensburg, checks out the Ogdensburg Fireplace Department’s firetruck at the Auto-B-Que. NCNow picture

Wayne Streeter, of DeKalb Junction, sits following to his 1931 Coupe at Ogdensburg’s Vehicle-B-Que. Just after paying for the totaled coupe, Streeter stated it took him three several years to rebuild it. NCNow photo

Dan McCormick, Hannawa Falls, shows his 1970 Stingray at the Ogdensburg’s Automobile-B-Que. NCNow photo

Madelyn Peccolo tries out the jet ski with the assistance of Border Patrol agent M. Miller at the Automobile-B-Que. NCNow picture

Brier Hill citizens Donald Ceresoli, and his son Brayson, verify out the 1950 Plymouth County patrol automobile at Ogdensburg’s Car or truck-B-Que. The auto is owned by Jerry Bartlett of Colton. NCNow picture

Camden Shaver, in entrance, and Tristin Thornhill participate in a activity with large dominoes with the aid of Ogdensburg Mates of the Library Nina Valler, 1 of quite a few outdoor games behind Ogdensburg Community Library, part of the routines supplied at Ogdensburg’s C

Checking out the Ogdensburg Department of Public Functions payloader at the Auto-B-Que are, from left, Levi and Zane Bates, and Gabriella Angel. NCNow photograph

At the Ogdensburg Vehicle-B-Que, Mike McSorley, left, talks with Terry Rookey, Madrid, owner of the 1934 Ford that became his 8-yr retirement project.

Lundy Lynch, still left, and Kingston McDonnell enjoy outdoor video games at Ogdensburg Public Library, section of the actions offered at Ogdensburg’s Chamber of Commerce Car or truck-B-Que. NCNow image

Car-B-Que attendees appreciated exploring the significant display boat, as well as a firetruck, ambulance, jet ski and payloader, in Ogdensburg June 4. NCNow photo

Discovering the Ogdensburg Rescue Squad’s ambulance with Assistant Chief David Montroy at Ogdensburg’s Motor vehicle-B-Que are, from left, Gracelyn Fifield, Ashton Lowes and Brinley Fifield. NCNow image

Eljay Boyer checks out the within of a firetruck with Ogdensburg firefighter Joe Sovie at the Car-B-Que. NCNow picture

Pat McGill, of the Section of General public Operates, demonstrates a large payloader to attendees at the Automobile-B-Que. NCNow picture