North Penn cars on display at 22nd auto show

TOWAMENCIN- On Friday May 24th, the North Penn Auto Club held their annual auto show. It was the perfect weather for the event, and students enjoyed going outside and looking at the wide variety of cars during their lunch periods.

This was the autoshow’s twenty second year, and it was a huge success with close to sixty cars entered. Both current students and North Penn alumni had the opportunity to showcase and teach people about their cars.

Allie Valovage

Mr. Michael Boyer runs the Auto Club and took over the auto show in just his second year teaching.

“It’s just a neat opportunity for people to come out and show their passion for cars. What the students get out of this is an awesome opportunity to number one share their passion for cars and number two learn about somebody else’s… it could become inspiring for them to want to strive to do something different or try something new,” reflected Boyer.

North Penn’s auto show continues to be a fun event for students, staff members, and alumni.