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Simpler event to replace breakfast with barbecue lunch, provide live music with range of hot rides.

PMG FILE PHOTO: BRITTANY ALLEN - The Cruise-In is a long-standing tradition in Sandy and will return July 25. The Sandy Kiwanis Club Cruise-in is back, even if in a slightly different format. This year, the traditional community car show will run from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, July 25, at Hull Park and Learning Center, 43233 S.E. Oral Hull Road, Sandy.

The event will include the wide variety of wheels people have come to expect, along with live music and a lunch of barbecue pulled pork, ribs and ice cream bars.

While Kiwanians and community members alike were disappointed to have the pandemic cancel the cruise-in last year, Kiwanis Club vice present Dale Scobert is happy to have the tradition alive again.

"It's bringing the volunteers and the Kiwanians together," Scobert said. "It's great to get everyone together to do something good for the community."

The car show portion of the event will include 15 different classes for judging and people can still sign up to show off their wheels by going online to or showing up the day of the event. Registration is $15 per car. Advance registration is encouraged.

Tickets to attend the cruise-in are $15 each.

Proceeds from the event go to fund community programs organized by the Kiwanians throughout the year, including scholarships for Sandy High graduates, the club's annual Easter egg hunt and a reading programs for local schools.

"This is our biggest event of the year," Scobert said. "We have a lot of fun being of service."

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