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Hundreds of cars shine at Mill Lake Cruise-In in Abbotsford

Doreen Jung, a member of the Abbotsford Photo Arts Club, sets her camera and tripod up for some shots of vintage cars at the Mill Lake Cruise-In, which runs today until 3 p.m. in Abbotsford. More than 500 vehicles are on display at the park. - Jean Konda-Witte/Abbotsford News
Doreen Jung, a member of the Abbotsford Photo Arts Club, sets her camera and tripod up for some shots of vintage cars at the Mill Lake Cruise-In, which runs today until 3 p.m. in Abbotsford. More than 500 vehicles are on display at the park.
— image credit: Jean Konda-Witte/Abbotsford News

This year’s Mill Lake Cruise-in Car Show is on today in Mill Lake Park.

The event runs until 3 p.m. and is free to the public, but donations are welcome and all proceeds will go to the MSA Museum Society and the Abbotsford Arts Council. Non-perishable food donations will also be accepted for the food bank.

The show will feature muscle cars, street rods, hot rods, vintage cars, trucks, low-riders and more.

Last year, the event raised more than $20,000 for local charities.

The event also features food vendors, trophies, prizes and live entertainment.

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