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Cruise-In 4 Paws Car Show Grows For The Second Year

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Many new and old cars lined up at Pines Pavilion in Endicott to be voted on by spectators in combination with Woofstock to support the Broome County Humane Society on Saturday. 

"It's a fun show, great bands, and we get to support the dogs and cats which is fantastic," said Car Show Participant Mark Minnich.

"We have at least 20 more cars than last year," said Fund Development Coordinator Lauren Heilweil.

Heilweil says this was the second year of the car show, which was an addition to the Woofstock fundraiser. Trophies were presented to the top 25 cars. The donation to enter a car, look at the cars, and see the bands all goes toward the humane society. 

"It goes towards the care of the animals, as well as taking care of the neglected and the animals who don't have homes," said Heilweil. 

There is no appointment needed to come into the Broome County Humane Society Shelter to look at the cats and dogs. Information on the adoption application process can be found at bchumanesoc.com.