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Photo Gallery: McCandless Community Day car cruise

| Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Andrew McLaughlin, 9, of McCandless views a mirror on the hood of a 2001 Chevrolet Corvette during the Frank J. Farina Memorial Car Cruise on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013, in the Trader Horn parking lot in McCandless. Sept. 14 was McCandless Community Day, and the car cruise was one of the events.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Rich Wagner of McCandless chats with a car enthusiast about his 1949 Plymouth Deluxe, while his wife, Barbara Wagner, looks on during the Frank J. Farina Memorial Car Cruise on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013, in the Trader Horn parking lot in McCandless. Sept. 14 was McCandless Community Day, and the car cruise was one of the events.
Randy Jarsoz | For the North Journal
Paul Peart (left), visiting from Florida, and Dan Pietrzack of McCandless view a car during the Frank J. Farina Memorial Car Cruise on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013 in the Trader Horn parking lot in McCandless. Sept. 14, was McCandless Community Day, and the car cruise was one of the events.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Joey Pascucci, 7, runs over to check out the 1947 Chevrolet Aero sedan that (from left) his father, Joe Pascucci; mother, Sallie Pascucci; and brother, Domenic Pascucci, 14, all of Hampton, are viewing during the Frank J. Farina Memorial Car Cruise on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013, in the Trader Horn parking lot in McCandless. Sept. 14 was McCandless Community Day, and the car cruise was one of the events.

The Frank J. Farina Memorial Car Cruise was one of the activities that was part of McCandless Community Day on Sept. 14.

It took place in the parking lot of Trader Horn in McCandless.

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