Car Enthusiasts Rev up for Sept. 7 Benefit at Knightongale Farm in Davidsonville
This weekend, car enthusiasts will descend upon Knightongale Farm in Davidsonville for the Fourth Annual Abnormal Behavior Benefit Car, Bike and Truck Show scheduled for Saturday, September 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The event benefits Melissa Smith, a 29-year old from Annapolis, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma at the age of 22. After extensive treatments and a year in remission, Melissa was diagnosed with a rare neurological disease called Transverse myelitis, which left her paralyzed from the chest down. All proceeds will go toward Melissa’s medical bills and living costs.
Abnormal Behavior car club member Alan Smith said the group expects 150 vehicles to participate in Saturday’s show including classic cars, hot rods, motorcycles, mini trucks and more.
This is the first time the event has been held at Knightongale Farm which is located at 3924 Solomon’s Island Road (at the corner of Solomon’s Island Road and Birdsville Road). In previous years, the show was held at Chesapeake Christian Fellowship in Davidsonville.
According to Alan, the Abnormal Behavior Car Club was founded by a group of South County car enthusiasts who liked to hang out and re-build cars. The group travels to car shows up and down the East Coast as well as hosts an annual fundraiser.
The gates open at 9 a.m. It’s $15 to register a motorcycle, truck or car. Spectators are asked to make a donation. Individuals may pre-register a vehicle by contacting Alan at 443-995-7763. On-site entries will be accepted up until1 p.m. on show day.
Alan said the group will present more than 40 awards including a Melissa Smith specialty prize for the coolest car.
Along with the car show, there will be activities for the entire family including pony rides, a moon bounce, DJ, food and a silent auction.
For additional information contact Alan at 443-995-7763.
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