Hundreds of vehicles cruised Yukon Main Street for the third annual “Cruise-in for a Cause” Thursday, Sept. 17 benefitting four non-profits. The event continues to grow, organizers said.
The passive leisure, open cruise was presented by Yukon Main Street and the Yukon 66 Main Street Association.
All types of vehicles cruised Route 66 – vintage, classics, hot rods, muscle cars, and many late-models. About 50 owners parked and showed their vehicles in the 500 block of Main Street.
“Help causes” Yukon Sharing, Compassionate Hands, Manna Pantry, and Canadian County CASA (Court-Appointed Special Advocates) had advocacy booths at the event.
More than $2,400 was raised, Yukon Main Street Director Vicki Davis reported.
(Check out more photos and read more about the cruise in upcoming print and online editions of The Yukon Progress)