First Classic Car Show held in Greenford

GREENFORD, Ohio  (WKBN) — If you like cars, then Greenford Township was the place to be this weekend.

For the first time ever, more than 150 classic cars packed the parking lot at the Big Reach Center of Hope in Greenford.

People from as far away as Pittsburgh and Ashtabula had cars at the first classic car show.

The proceeds from the event will go to the Big Reach Center of Hope’s outreach efforts, which helps people across five Northeast Ohio counties.

“Monies just going to help with operating costs, food, just whatever it is most of it will go toward the food but we’ve been very blessed with it,” said Scott Lewis, founder and director Big Reach Center of Hope.

The Big Reach of Hope is celebrating 10 years in Greenford.

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