The central park area of town saw a classic car show on Sunday. The admission to show your car and a chance for some recognition was 10 dollars. One hundred and forty-five entries showed their cars and trucks. Model T trucks, cars from the  1950s  and a mix of original restored and hot rods  filled the field as well as tables of parts and vintage signage.

The event was the 19th annual and there was representations to the drive in meet from Kamloops,Dog River Saskatchewan,Tappan BC, Courtney BC, any others.

The local crime stoppers had a booth selling 5 dollar tickets on a new Ford mustang GTO.

Today in history: July 29, 1996

The child protection portion of the Communications Decency Act is stuck down by a US Federal Court as being to broad.