Bailey Wills, 12, relaxes in a 1941 Graham Hollywood owned by Lynn and Susie Main, the “Bailey’s Choice” winner in the eighth annual Bailey’s Brigade Car Show held Sept. 9 at Allsport Polaris in Liberty Lake. The show raised $6,808 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Walk for a Cure. Combined with the Bailey’s Brigade team’s letter-writing campaign, which raised $3,802, the 2012 goal of $10,000 was surpassed. About 76 cars participated, and the Liberty Lake Kiwanis sold concessions for the cause. Other winners included: People's Choice, 1939 Ford owned by Walt Nicholson; Elite Class, 1929 Sedan Delivery owned by Lynn and Susie Main; Best Convertible, Best Restoration to Original and Best in Show, 1959 Ford Skyliner owned by Jean Oster. Bill Keehner was also given a trophy for being the only car show participant who has been a part of the event for all eight years of its existence. For more, visit www.baileysbrigade.com.
Community Briefs and Calendar of Events
Parting Shots: Well-equipped haunted house just part of family tradition
'Elevator' launches LLCT season
Profiles: Montessori approaches three-decade milestone
On the October Library page: Programs target early readers; Book Reviews
History: Fields of play provided hours of entertainment
Neighbors & Neighborhoods: A 2015 series presented by the Liberty Lake Historical Society
'Living life in the front row'
LL woman provides VIP experience for people with life-threatening illnesses
In the October Wave: Drawing on their skills; Harvest some local fun
The Wave is a special section just for kids, geared toward children in kindergarten through fifth grade
In the October Fountain: Lions leave mark on community
The Fountain is a special section about and for Liberty Lake seniors