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Al Hardin receives Louis Watson Award


Al Hardin and his 1938 Ford received the Louis Watson award at this year's Ham Days Car Show.  Watson's daughter Eva Jo Nugent has been donating a trophy to Ham Days and she chooses the winner of the trophy. Watson was a fixture at local car shows and a member of the Tri-County Car Club. He died a few years ago.


Photos from last year's cruises.

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Jacky White of Science Hill, Ky. poses with the Best of Show trophy he took home from the Fourth of July Show.

Monthly cruises on Main Street in Campbellsville, Ky. have begun.

Please join us monthly for some good fellowship.

The monthly cruise is the first Saturday of each month on Main Street from 3 to 6 p.m. Come join us.


Jacky White takes home first place on July 4

with his red 1932 Chevy five-window coupe


The Tri-County Car Club was formed on June 8, 1986 to encourage the preservation, collection and exhibition of classic and custom cars and trucks.


The club originally consisted of members from Taylor, Marion and Adair counties in Kentucky. It now has members from many counties.

Members meet on the first Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at Bible Baptist Tabernacle, 105 50 Bambi Drive in Campbellsville.

Each year the club sponsors a monthly cruise during the summer and a car show on the

Fourth of July.

It also assists Campbellsville University with a

Homecoming Car Cruise.

Look for details about all of those on this website.

A book about the history of the Tri-County Car Club is available at

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Secretary Jean Statz

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Believe it or not, but there have been Fourth of July car shows without rain. This year was not one of them.

The annual show was at Campbellsville University but just down the street from where cars have gathered for the last several years. A major camp was using the area where cars have normally parked.

The move may have worked out for the best since all of the parking was on asphalt and rain was not an issue. Not an issue as far as parking. There were sporadic showers throughout the day and a few probably stayed home because of the rain.

There were just more than 50 cars at this year's show.

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