FALLBROOK – Roy Moosa, president of the Fallbrook Vintage Car Club, recently presented a 2010 Fallbrook Vintage Car Club (FVCC) car show poster to Arnold Hogarth, owner of the property at East Mission Road and Stagecoach Lane where the FVCC’s new sign has been erected.
The poster was a gift to Hogarth for his generosity and support of the club. The letter which accompanied the poster said, “It is the continued support of civic-minded citizens like you that allows non-profit organizations like the Car Club to exist and continue to provide services to the community of Fallbrook.”
The poster is signed and numbered by artist Jim Krogle.
Hogarth, now retired, started out as a land developer here in 1973. In 1979, he began selling real estate with the Fallbrook Real Estate group and continued there until 1984 when he opened a small charter air company – “one pilot, one plane and one engine” as he likes to refer to it.
That same year Hogarth opened the Real Estate Market firm on the property that is now occupied by the Re/Max office. He retired from the business in 2001 and leased the building to Re/Max.
On Sunday, May 30, the FVCC will stage its 45th consecutive annual car show on the grounds of Potter Jr. High on Reche Road in Fallbrook. Admission is free and hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. There are expected to be 300 cars on display for judging. Breakfast and lunch will be available. King Kruk, an Elvis impersonator, will provide entertainment.
A Car Corral for used vintage cars (25 years and older) for sale, vendor booths and a raffle will all be on site. The club only asks that guests respect the school’s rule that there be no dogs, drugs or smoking on the property.
For more information, see http://www.FallbrookVintageCarClub.com