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NARRANDERA ROD RUN 2010

The Drag-Ens were well represented at this year's Narrandera Run with 12 members and their families making the trip down south to enjoy the hospitality provided by the Earlies Hot Rod Club.

Five members arranged to meet at Junee for lunch on Thursday, however, Peter Kurtz hit a kangaroo about 75 km from Mudgee and had to take the car back home and travel down in his ute.

For the early arrivals, registration was set up at the Narrandera Golf Club and following dinner, entrants tested their skills with a game of trivia. Unfortunately, the Drag-Ens could not retain their winning crown.

On Friday after a hearty breakfast at the Golf Club, various activities were arranged for the kids and the free water slide at Lake Talbot was very popular.

Dinner was supplied that night and Billy and the Headliners provided the music for a top evening.

A show-n-shine was arranged for Saturday at the Narrandera Park Oval and well over 200 cars were on display.

On Saturday night the main street was closed off for cruising and as always, this is the highlight of the weekend.

On Sunday the entrants assembled in the main street and cruised to Lockhart and although there was a mix up with the town's organisers, it was an enjoyable day. A vintage car club was also there, having travelled from Wagga Wagga as part of their Easter run.

Sunday night entrants were treated to Hot Roast Beef Rolls at the Lake Talbot complex and a live band provided music for the evening.

Monday was time to hit the road again - Narrandera Rod Run was over for another year.

A special thanks to the Earlies Hot Rod Club for organising such an enjoyable event.

Here are a few photos.

Narrandera Rod Run 2010 Photo Gallery
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