The Voice of the Concours
Often referred to as “the Voice of the Concours,” Ed Lucas has spent 30+ years as Master of Ceremonies, Color Commentator and Announcer at National Collector Car Shows, Concours and important vehicle auctions around the country.
His encyclopedic collector car knowledge and announcing expertise will be entertaining and informative.
The 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry Regiment - Rough Riders, Inc. was formed for the purpose of creating and perpetuating a living memorial to the unique accomplishment of President Theodore Roosevelt and the members of the 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry Regiment known as "The Rough Riders."
Every year, the Rough Riders collect, sort, and distribute thousands of Teddy Bears to hospital patients, cancer survivors and their families, centers for abused women and children, community health centers, special needs day care centers, and foster children.
Community Involvement is a long-standing objective of the 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry Regiment - Rough Riders, Inc. For over 36 years, the Regiment has contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars both financially and in volunteer hours. Whether providing a material goods or manpower, Rough Riders live to get up close and personal with the community where they live and work.
The Chicken Gizzard Old Time String Band is great southern music like you may never have heard before. You will be amazed at the traditional folk music we have come to love as performed by Jim Strickland on fiddle, Ernie Williams on banjo, Debbie Sue Gilman on fiddle, David Townsend on mandolins and Bonnie Bie on guitar.