The Classy Car Club

By: Bob Finney – Originally posted in the El Korah Shrine Desert Dust

This is a recent picture of our 1960 two-door Thunderbird that my dad bought in Riverton, Wyoming. I was with him when he bought it. My mother turned it over to me and my wife (Dixie) – and, we have thoroughly enjoyed it. Although it was in very good condition we have restored it somewhat.
-Lamar Robinson

For the Benefit of Shrine Patients
Bob Cannon, Ambassador Emeritus Wagon Master of the Twin Falls Shrine Club was presented a check for a total of $3,390.30 by Lee Clinic of Farmers National Bank. The money was raised through donations by employees for dressing casual for a week. They could wear tennis shoes, jeans and football jerseys in support of high school athletes playing in the annual Shriners football game. The employees of Farmers National Bank branches donations were matched by the bank for a total of $2, 232.00 Bank customers also contributed to the fund to raise the amount to $3,390.30. Cannon states the money will be designated for travel for patients from the area. Cannon commended the bank for their great support. “For a first time fund raiser, its success was phenomenal.” Cannon said.

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