Thrust Rods auto club hosts auto show at Hudson-Harmony Elks Lodge

By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor Club cars continue to be on display screen at the


By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor

Club cars continue to be on display screen at the stop of the Push Rods vehicle club car exhibit in Hudson on Aug. 21.
(Picture/Dakota Antelman)

HUDSON – Very well above a hundred sizzling rods rumbled onto the field at the Hudson-Harmony Elks Pavillion on Aug. 21 for a motor vehicle display by the Drive Rods Motor vehicle Club. 

This was the next Thrust Rods present at the Elks Lodge right after an first function in 2019. A reasonably new tradition, the function showcased automobiles steeped in record at a location that had organizers voicing their gratitude.

“This has generally been a excellent area to have a car display,” club president Wayne Shieling mentioned. 

Club cars remain on display at the end of the Push Rods car club car show in Hudson on Aug. 21. (Photo/Dakota Antelman)
Club autos keep on being on display screen at the conclusion of the Thrust Rods vehicle club automobile present in Hudson on Aug. 21.
(Image/Dakota Antelman)

Force Rods has existed because 1957. To this day, it retains at minimum two of its first members. 

Force Rods was established in Waltham, but it now draws significantly of its membership from Hudson and Marlborough. As these kinds of, Shieling said functions like the Aug. 21 automobile clearly show characterize a prospect to celebrate and highlight members’ scorching rods close to house.

“We desired to convey it back to Hudson since this has been these kinds of a excellent location,” Shieling claimed.
That 2019 party introduced 325 autos to the Elks Lodge. This calendar year, the turnout was marginally scaled-down, even though it still spilled additional than 120 automobiles across the open up industry in entrance of the Elks Pavilion. 

Club cars remain on display at the end of the Push Rods car club car show in Hudson on Aug. 21. (Photo/Dakota Antelman)
Club cars and trucks stay on exhibit at the end of the Push Rods automobile club motor vehicle demonstrate in Hudson on Aug. 21.
(Image/Dakota Antelman)

“I consider [the smaller turnout] was since of the COVID instances and the impending weather,” Shieling reported as the function wound down. “But it was continue to a results.”

The celebration did go ahead just prior to the first clouds from Hurricane Henri rolled in excess of the area. 

Heat air and large humidity created for muggy weather all over midday as most of the car show’s attendees piled again into their autos to head property. 

Organizers, having said that, remained grateful. 

Club vehicles continue being on display at the end of the Drive Rods auto club car or truck clearly show in Hudson on Aug. 21.
(Picture/Dakota Antelman)

“Typically, when you go to car demonstrates, they don’t have these significant pavilions and things like that,” Shieling explained. “A lot of them don’t have bar company.”

“Coming above the bridge and [seeing] this whole detail is what would make it,” he mentioned, referencing the entrance to the Elks discipline and the discipline by itself. “It’s a really unique area to have a motor vehicle display.”

 

 

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