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Photos: Kars Under the K returns to Keremeos

The annual car show packed Memorial Park on Aug. 6

Over 125 cars were out to to fill Memorial Park in Keremeos for the annual Kars Under the K show.

The crowds followed, drawn by the cars, vendors, and the free swim at the Similkameen Pool.

Despite a slight haze in the sky from the Eagle Bluff Wildfire, there was no scent of smoke in the air to bother the crowds, and no clouds in the sky.

It was perfect weather for the show, with no sign of the possible showers that were forecast for potentially hitting the region. Not all of the vehicles were parked on the grass, with some spread out along nearby streets and parking lots.

The 50/50 tickets fundraiser was once again a big hit, with the morning’s tickets selling out and contributing $500 to the local school meal program.

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Brennan Phillips

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Brennan was raised in the Okanagan and is thankful every day that he gets to live and work in one of the most beautiful places in Canada.
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