Car Show Revs Up Support for FPH Caring Fund

The 15th annual Faith Presbyterian Hospice Car and Truck Show, organized by the Lake Cities Misfits Car Club, took place on Saturday, September 16, at Huffines Subaru in Corinth, just outside Dallas. Admission was free for all attendees, and the event supported the Faith Presbyterian Hospice Caring Fund (The Caring Fund). The Caring Fund plays a vital role in offering charitable care, grief support, therapeutic massages, music therapy, Faithful Wishes and specialized clinical care at the T. Boone Pickens Hospice Center.

This family-friendly gathering showcased an impressive lineup of more than 95 automobiles spanning various eras. Vehicle owners competed for custom-made trophies, which were presented in various categories, including Best of Era, Special Awards and Faith Presbyterian Hospice’s choice for Best in Show. The coveted Best in Show title went to Tracey Hilton for his remarkable 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner.

The brainchild behind this car show is Brad Soper, a dedicated member of the Lake Cities Misfits Car Club. He established the event as a heartfelt gesture to give back to hospice care after the loss of his father. Through entry fees and generous donations, the event managed to raise more than $1,000 in support of The Caring Fund. Click here to visit the Huffines website.