On Saturday, July 31st, the St. Clair County Salvation Army hosted the Cars & Kettles semi-annual event at Desmond Landing in front of the YMCA building on the Port Huron riverfront. The event is a “cars and coffee” style car show that brings together those with a passion for classic, antique and supercars with the collective desire to build stronger communities. The event hosted individuals and groups who registered to show their antique cars, and visitors who came to browse the classic automobiles and were treated with coffee and donuts provided by sponsors. Attorney Gerry Mason of Marysville was the event Chair who organized another great turn-out of classic cars, custom cars, hot rods, and luxury automobiles. Car registration ranged from $50 to $5,000 with a wide range of benefits including free advertising opportunities, a free lunch at the River Crab Blue Water Inn, tickets to tour the Wills Sainte Claire Automobile Museum in Marysville, souvenir dash badges, and more. All registered car owners were also entered into a drawing to win the weekend lease of a 2021 Maserati Levante. Event proceeds went to the St. Clair County Salvation Army to provide low-income persons and families, access to necessities, services, and programs. Presenting sponsors included the Suburban Collection and Envy Auto Group. The event was free to the public and held in conjunction and cooperation with the “Mainstreet Memories: Wheels on the Waterfront” event.