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The Northshore Mustang Club's
Local First Responders Benefit Open Car show
Saturday, May 4, 2024

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LOCAL FIRST RESPONDERS
BENEFIT OPEN CAR SHOW

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General Show Information

The Northshore Mustang Club is thrilled to present our annual "Local First Responders Benefit Open Car Show” at Don’s Seafood in Covington. Our local First Responders work selflessly to serve us every day – sometimes at their own expense. We want to help.

This event will take place on the first Saturday in May every year to benefit local First Responders. Each year, all proceeds will be donated to the show’s affiliated division for that year. This year will benefit the

St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Reserve Division.

​Don's Seafood in Covington is generously donating parking space for all makes, models, and years of cars, Jeeps. trucks, and bikes. Don's will also honor a 20% discount to all St. Tammany First Responders during the event. 

​Past events like this one have drawn hundreds of supporters. ​We are grateful to all who support this cause. We humbly ask for your help in supporting the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Reserve Division through your participation and donations to this event.

Event Contact: Mike Frederick
985/201-5998 email: mfred1500@gmail.com
www.northshoremustangclub.com

Where:    Don's Seafood

                    126 Lake Drive

                    Covington, La 70433

When:      Saturday May 4, 2024. 

Rain Date: Saturday, May 11, 2024

Time:       12 PM - 4 PM

Awards:  3 PM

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BREAKFAST SERVED – 8AM – 10 AM

REGISTRATION 11 AM – NOON OR UNTIL LOT IS FULL

ALL MAKES, MODELS, AND YEARS WELCOME

FREE REGISTRATION | DOOR PRIZES | 50/50

MUSIC | BASKET RAFFLE | AUCTION

TOP 25 | BEST OF SHOW

Benefitting:

St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Reserve Division

The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Reserve Division is made up of professional men and women who want to give back to their community. Reserve Division deputies supplement full-time deputies whenever they have the time or whenever they are called upon to do so. They complement full-time divisions in the areas of Patrol, Traffic, Special Operations, Corrections and Courthouse Security, and they provide added manpower to work local festivals, events, and parades. Reserves have the same powers as full-time deputies, and they patrol the streets and answer calls for assistance from our citizens just like any other deputy. The only difference between the full-time deputies and reserve deputies is …reserves don't get paid.

NOTICE!
By participating in this event, you give Northshore Mustang Club approval to use images including your likeness for club purposes. 

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