Sunday, November 18, 2012
Car Show proceeds help the Muskego Senior Taxi program and the Muskego Food Pantry
The Muskego Corvette Club met Wednesday evening and presented checks to two local nonprofits totaling $1,350. The Muskego Food Pantry and Muskego Senior Taxi each received $675 from the club, which raised funds during its annual car show, which was held in August. Bill Schneider and Julie Frahman were on hand to accept the donations for the Senior Taxi and Food Pantry, respectively. Senior Taxi provides low-cost rides to area seniors to get to appointments in and outside of the city, and has been in existence for about six years. The Muskego Food Pantry has seen its own numbers grow in response to a lagging economy. Frahman told the group that so far in 2012, the pantry had served 2600 families in providing groceries, and will provide …
Sunday, August 26, 2012
Muskego Corvette Club rolls out another successful car show to help out area nonprofits.
Hundreds of car enthusiasts came out on a toasty August day to inspect, ogle and dream over classic cars from every era at Sindic Motorcars and Richlonn Tire Center. The Muskego Corvette Club has been putting on the show for 21 years, and has made it just as much about giving back to the community as it has been about giving area car collectors a chance to show off their latest projects. Proceeds from the show, which ran Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., will go to Muskego Senior Taxi and the Muskego Food Pantry. Organizer Dick Hanson said they will be making a check presentation to the nonprofits in the near future.
Friday, August 24, 2012
Classic cars have been a part of the last weekend in August for 21 years, and the tradition continues this year with about 150 cars on display.
Long associated with the Muskego Community Festival weekend, the Muskego Corvette Club is back on Saturday, August 25 with its 21st annual all-models car show. Filling the parking lot of Sindic Motorcars and Richlonn's Tire & Service Center, classic cars from all eras, makes and models will be on display rain or shine. Registrants will be judged in 13 different classes, and the proceeds will go to help out the Muskego Food Pantry and the Muskego Senior Taxi. Dick Hanson, one of the show's organizers says that the number of cars showing is always dependent on the weather and the economy, but generally have averaged around 150. In other words, bring a camera because there will be plenty of photo ops. Spectators can also stay cool (temps are …
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
A stretch of colder weather is expected through the rest of the week, but 'bottoming out' at 24 degrees. Not bad for February...
Click below to get your live, local information. In the event of something out of the ordinary, such as a major crash, Patch editors will update this as quickly and accurately as we are able. Patch editors recommend: Taking your passion for Corvettes and joining the Muskego Corvette club for their monthly meeting at High Tide at 8pm. Dues are only $3/month, but you do need to own a Corvette to join. Would you like to see something added to the list? Let us know about it!