Nathan Arnold of Hurricane and Jennie Yates of Lavalette stand in front of Nathan’s green 1967 Pontiac Bonneville. Nathan’s grandfather, Bob, bought the car in 1969, and it has been in the family ever since. This classic car is all original and has been kept in good condition. (Photo by Betsy Allen)

Cops-N-Rodders Classic Car Club held its first cruise-in of the year on Saturday, April 17, at the parking lot of the Putnam County Bank Loan Center. Last summer, because of the COVID shutdown, Cops-N-Rodders was only able to host one cruise-in.

The club usually does not start hosting events at the Putnam County Bank Loan Center (formerly the interstate branch) until May, but this year they decided to start early. Larry Wingo, president of the club, says that this early start will provide more opportunities for shows, in case of rainy days or cancellations.

Awards were given for Best Mopar, Best Ford, Best GM, Best Truck, Best Import, best Street Rod, Best Specialty Vehicle, and Best of Show.

Cops-N-Rodders Classic Car Club cruise-ins are held from 5 p.m. to dusk the third Saturday of each month. Future events will be held on May 15, June 19, July 17, August 21, September 18, and October 16.

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