June 9 – Third annual Wings and Wheels 4 PAWS (WW4PAWS) fundraiser to benefit four no-kill animal rescues in Fluvanna County. Rain date June 16. 9 AM to 4 PM. Sponsored by the Fluvanna County Radio Control Flying Club ( www.fcrcfc.org), the event will be held at the club flying field five miles west of Fork Union on Virginia route 6. Show off your car and help us raise money for these four nonprofit rescues that do so much for homeless dogs and cats in the county. This is a judged show with first and second place trophies in eight classes by decades – dawn of time to 1949, 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, 2000’s, and 2010 until the end of time, an additional British Car class, Best in Show Award, and People’s Choice Award, and an award for the car that drove the farthest to be in the show. Note that British car owners may register in the British car class OR the decade class of their car, but not both. In addition to car show, WW4PAWS will feature all kinds of model aviation activity, vendors, full size airplane flyover, two one-half hour shows by the amazing Dare Devil Dogs ( www.frisbeedogshow.com ) and a huge raffle with amazing prizes. The FCRCFC will provide food and drinks to participants and guests, donations will be welcome. Day of event registration $20.00, closes at 1:30 sharp, awards ceremony will be at about 2:30 PM. Public admission $10 per carload. All proceeds will be donated to the four rescues. The staff and volunteers at these rescues work incredibly hard to care for these homeless dogs and cats while they do everything they can to find them “furever homes” with loving families. Enjoy a fun day in Fluvanna County! Bring your ride – if a furry companion rides with you, bring him or her along - and help make Wings and Wheels 4 PAWS a huge success. 2017’s WW4PAWS drew 50 amazing cars and made $5000 for the rescues, help us double that for 2018. Event website www.wingsandwheels4paws.org is under construction for 2018’s event, but check out the 2017 Gallery tab for some pics from last year’s event. For more information contact David Eames at (434) 227-5562, [email protected].