[Gary Meyer photo]
by Gary Mayer, TME
It’s been three years since Pine Mountain Village celebrated its annual car festival.
Last Saturday’s Run to the Pines Auto Show was a feast for the eyes, ears and taste buds.
Improvements are being made in the village.
The businesses around Pine Circle Road (behind the Gazebo) have strong ties to the center of activity in the village.
Check out these pages in the coming weeks to see what’s happening in the commercial hub of Pine Mountain Village.
This year’s Best in Show Award is… (see below for full story and photos)
The parade featured Christian musicians singing “I’ll Fly Away,” a bagpipe player, CERT volunteers rescuing PapaBear (he survived!), The Wings dance studio dizzy, and all the parades. needs Eric Blakely’s Farmall Tractor!
Kern County firefighters at PMC’s Station 58. A 2001 Pierce Saber Type 1 fire engine, paramedic Devin Lawrence, captain Jason Naggs and engineer Joel Griffin. Top right: 1967 Excalibur Phaeton, all original except for the carburetor.
Best in Show winner Robert Kolklasure’s 1932 Ford Roadster. A wide shot of the same red roadster. crowded villages; wild mountain time playing; Performed by Steve Kramer and The Divebar Messiah. One of the Ford GT40 used in the movie “Ford vs. Ferrari” was on display.
Water Board Director Sean Salaf’s father, Ted, brought a 1968 Dodge Coronet, a Police Pursuit model he drove for the Pasadena Police Department in 1967.
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