Lambs Fellowship Annual Car and Motorcycle Show fundraiser set May 20

LAKE ELSINORE – Lambs Fellowship Annual Car and Motorcycle Show scheduled for May 20 promises to be larger than ever before with the partnership of the Boomers Car Club of Temecula Valley. The show that attracted more than 200 classic and custom cars and motorcycles is expected to bring even more vehicles to the church grounds.

Lambs Fellowship Church at 21901 Railroad Canyon Road, Lake Elsinore, hosts the show each year with all its proceeds going to benefit the Lambs Fellowship Church Children’s Charities to benefit needy children in Lake Elsinore.

“The Lambs Fellowship Church in anticipation of another sold our Car and Motorcycle show have teamed up with Boomers Car Club to expand their fundraising efforts by offering to members of the community a Car Cruise and Movie Night open to the public,” a church news release says.

“With the support of the City of Lake Elsinore, Steve Manos, City Councilman and others, we put on an annual charity car and motorcycle show now in its official third year. Last year we saw 291 registered vehicles and more than 100 motorcycles participated in our annual show. Our show is support by three of the major car clubs is the Temecula Valley, The Drifters Car Club, The Boomers Car Club and the Axel Draggers of Southern California as well as local merchants and vendors,” explained Paul Kakis, Executive Director of the Lambs Fellowship Annual Car and Motorcycle Show.

“This show has become a local favorite but it has brought in cars from as far as Iowa and Utah. This is in due on part by our vendor partnerships and sponsors. In addition, we are an all-volunteer group that puts this show on for the community and 100 percent of the net proceed goes to the distribution of local charities that support and help homeless children and children in need. Last year we raised over $12,000 to benefit homeless children in our community. We recognize that our future lies with our children and good coaching and mentoring starts at home.

“We bring people together for the love of cars and motorcycle but we leave them with a timeless message that as a community we can make a difference in people and their lives, the responsibility for change is incumbent upon all of us to contribute,” he said.

He added, “The show is proud of the efforts by the Boomers and Steve Peace, Chairman of the Boomers Car Club of Temecula Valley for stepping up and taking on this challenge.”

Steve Peace, Chairman and founder of the Boomers, stated, “I started the club with community service in mind. The Boomers Car Club of Temecula Valley are a proud sponsor of the movie night and are happy to donate their time and all monies collected to these worthwhile charities.”

Drake Kelley, Lambs Fellowship board member added, “We are inspired by those whom step up and continue to help and support our church and community.”

Kakis says, “Please join us April 7, at 6:30 p.m. to see the academy award winning, animated movie ‘Zootopia.’ We have 250 tickets to sell, admission is $3 each and a family of four just $10. Movie tickets can be purchased online at

Supporting the Car and Motorcycle Show is the Temecula Harley-Davidson, Canyon Lake Dentistry, Advantage Flooring, Lake Chevrolet, Lake Elsinore Ford, Lake Elsinore, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, and Coldwell Banker and the support we receive from the City of Lake Elsinore.

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