Hot on the heels of the successful Jamberoo Car Show, which raised $8000 for the Red Cross and the RFS, local Rotarians are actively finalising preparations for their annual Kiama Car and Bike Spectacular.
A joint project of Kiama and Gerringong Rotary Clubs, funds raised will again directly support an Australian Rotary Health PhD Scholarship conducting research into Melanoma.
This important PhD research study aims at exploring proteins responsible for tumour growth, spread and response to anti-cancer drugs. The research will
use a cell culture model that imitates human tumours and allows the study of cell cycle and its effects on drug sensitivity in real-time.
The Spectacular will include a wide variety of family entertainment including vintage, veteran and classic cars and bikes, car and bike judging competitions, a driverless car, car trailer raffle, drone exhibition and demonstrations, a visit from a Navy helicopter, off-road remote car competitions, stalls with auto supplies and accessories, jumping castle, face painting, musical performances, food and coffee stalls. Free skin care checks will also be available onsite.
Details: Entry $5 per person (under 12 years free). Those wishing to display their vehicle should contact Christine 4234 3033 or Bob 4234 1336 or KiamaCarSpectacular@gmail.com