The third annual Pure Country Meats and Zegil Automotive Car Show took place over the weekend and the turnout was quite large.

Car enthusiasts in Strathmore came down to the Ag Grounds to look at more than 200 cars and eat some tasty food.

Darlene Gander, a local resident who visited the event says supporting businesses in Strathmore is important.

"Supporting local, it's everything to support local."

All proceeds made from the event will go to School Fuel, which helps Strathmore students have healthy meals so they can learn better at school.

Don Walker, a local who brought his car down to the car show told us what kind of vehicle he had.

"Today I have a 1981 F150, that I bought all the way back in 1981."

Walker explains the importance of having the car show in Strathmore.

"I think it's a great show. All the money that the show raises goes to a good foundation for School Fuel, and it's a great way to meet some family and friends and have a good time."

According to organizers, with the hot weather, raffle prizes, a slide, and much more the 2024 car show was a success.