Colton Corner: Annual luau and car show bring fun to town
The fourth annual Hawaiian Luau and Classic Car Show held in Colton last Saturday was a hit with the community.
The event, hosted by True Life Church, took place in front of the Colton High School. There was a free meal, dessert, speaker Brynie Robinson and live music, along with fun and games for all ages.
The school yard was filled from end to end as children jumped in the bouncy house or played volleyball in the giant tic-tac-toe square. The adults strolled the grounds, greeting friends and neighbors or checked out the parking lot filled with antique cars and trucks.
Clackamas Health and Human Services had a table to check blood pressure and introduce the community to what they have to offer, and the Women's Ministry had a yard sale.
"It is such a good way to get friends and neighbors together," said Tim Behrens, pastor at True Life. "It brings out people, not just our community, but from surrounding areas for an evening of family fun."