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Mom’s Cancer Fighting Angels 10th Annual Car Show set for July 14 at Saugus Middle-High School; a special tribute for Saugus Route 1 Fuddruckers is planned


By Joanie Allbee


SAUGUS – Enjoy a fantastic afternoon of fun on Sunday, July 14, at the Saugus Middle-High School, 1 Pearce Memorial Dr., from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Mom’s Cancer Fighting Angels’ 10th Annual Car Show. The event will feature a live WROR 105.7 FM Street Team with games & prizes and DJ Jim Reece of Lil’ Jimmy’s Stack of Records, as well as cool cars, trucks and motorcycles – with raffles and trophies for the winners.

Guy Moley started this as a continued tribute to his beloved mother, Irene Comeau, who passed away from esophageal cancer over a decade ago. With the love and support of his wife, Brenda; his sister, Jodi Lyn Comeau; and her daughter, Alexis, Mom’s Cancer Fighting Angels continue keeping Irene’s memory alive while raising money to strengthen the American Cancer Society.

“We will be honoring the now closed Saugus Route One Fuddruckers one last time as we feel Fuddruckers held the first nine car shows – and if not for Fuddruckers, we may not be here today,“ Guy said.

Guy also shared a gratitude for Bill Pappas, the man shown at the other end of the sign in the above painting with Guy. “We will be honoring Bill Pappas, the owner of the former Full of Bull Saugus Restaurant. Bill Pappas actually taught me ALL I know about how to run a Car Show,” Guy said. Bill also ran the Saugus Lions Club Car Show for years, which took place at the old Saugus High School, so we are calling it between the three bringing it back to where it all began.

The 10th Annual Car Show Cruise Night is open to all cars, trucks and motorcycles. All proceeds go to benefit the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Wakefield. There will be food, music, raffles, 50/50 trophies and more. The rain date is July 21. For any questions, please call Guy Moley at 781-640-1310.

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