Vette City Lions Host 10th Annual Motorfest

By: Kristin Martin
By: Kristin Martin

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) -- Engines revved as classic cars, trucks, tractors and more made their way around Lost River Cave on Saturday.

It was for the 10th Annual Vette City Lions' Motorfest.

More than 50 participants showed off their engines, giving spectators the chance to see how they changed through the decades.

A three dollar donation was requested for a priceless cause.

"We do things just to help in the community, but Lions as a whole is a worldwide organization, and its main objective is to help save sight," said Sharon Rogers, the president of the Vette City Lions Club.

The club uses money from fundraisers, such as the Motorfest, to help buy glasses for people in the area who can't afford them.

Rogers said there were more first-time entries this year, and the weather held out for a good-sized crowd.


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