ROUZERVILLE, Pa. -- Wearing a pink top and argyle skirt, 9-year-old Hannah Lund doesn't look much like the type of person who would be raving about Chevrolet Chevelles and Pontiac GTOs from the 1960s.
But the Smithsburg girl's enthusiasm was clear at the eighth annual Rouzerville Lions Club Car and Truck Show on Sunday. In fact, she said she felt a connection to the gleaming vehicles lined up in the Hooverville Elementary School parking lot.
"They're kind of 'me,'" Hannah said.
Hannah and other visitors had 237 cars and trucks to check out. Any money brought in during the show will benefit Lions charities, whether associated with vision services, diabetes or specific community needs.
Organizer Doug McCleaf said the show was sponsored by Terry Barkdoll Antiques, Allen B. Scott Hauling, Linda Barkdoll of Ronnie Martin Realty and Mountain Gate Family Restaurant.