The Arroyo High School Athletic Boosters will host its annual classic car and motorcycle show at Arroyo High School on May 12 to honor Rick DeVecchi, a San Lorenzo native who was murdered in Berkeley in 1998.
The alum loved working on cars in his spare time. In his memory, the car show is held the first Saturday in May and all proceeds go to the Arroyo High School Athletic Department.
With all the budget cuts, this is a way that the community can help keep students in sports and not out getting into trouble.
Come to a day of fun and enjoy hundreds of classic and custom cars, street rods, tricked out trucks, muscle cars, vintage cars, low riders, motorcycles, bicycles, and more.
There will be live music, vendors, food, contests, and more!
New car dealers from the Bay Area are all invited to showcase their new makes and models.
Meet KTVU celebrity Sal Castaneda as he emcees the event and wrap up the day with the "people's choice" trophy presentations.
Remember that 100 percent of all proceeds benefits high school sports. Mark you calendar for Saturday, May 12, 2012 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Arroyo High School.
For more information, you can contact Debbi at 510-483-1776 or check out the website: www.arroyocarshow.com.