2023 Joya School Penny Drive

Members of The Gents, Miss Shifters, Pharoahs, Spokane Hot Rod Association and Spokane Hot Rod Girls joined forces with the
 Garland Church for the annual Joya Penny Drive, May 20, 2023.  We raised $1,164 in cash and collected 128 pounds of coins.

ALL West Valley High School Graduates

West Valley High School Graduates gathered at the West Valley Senior All-Nighter Car Show on April 30, 2023.  West Valley was the birthplace of the Gents Auto Club in 1963.  The Gents
are celebrating their sixtieth anniversary this year.

INCCC 2023 Awards Banquet Show-no-Shine

The Childs enjoy at evening out at this year’s Show-no-Shine Awards Banquet.  This year’s theme was “Grease” and the Childs came as members of the T-Birds and Pink Ladies.

2023 INCCC Show-no-Shine Banquet

This is one event you don’t want to miss. Shake out those winter blahs and blues. The INCCC 2023 Show-no-Shine Awards banquet will be held in the Mirabeau Park Hotel main ballroom and features a buffet dinner and live dancing to the Kevin Shay band. Come join your gearhead friends from all of our areas car clubs. You’ll see a lot of familiar faces. Plenty of door prizes and raffle items are going to be taken home including a large flat screen television and many auto related items. Don’t miss this always fun, once a year event. Hope to see you there.

Gents Receive Recognition From Fairmont Association

On January 4, 2023, Missy Winslow from the Fairmont Association presented a plaque to the Gents Auto Club for their continued support of Fairmont’s “Salute To Service” concert and car show. The popular event is held on the Memorial Day weekend each year.

Eagles Truck or Treat

Members of the Gents Auto Club helped out at the Eagles Aerie #2 Trunk or Treat, Saturday, October 29, 2022. Club President Steve Williams hands out treats to junior hockey team players on Saturday, October 29, 2022. He had his Bucket T on hand for the kids to get in and have their photos taken.

The Chuck Little Museum

Members of the Gents Auto club joined the HASSIE October tour to the car and racing nostalgia collection of Chuck
Little. Chuck was a racing legend in the area and owned Watts Wheel
and Driveline. You may have enjoyed watching Chuck win big back in the sixties and seventies on the Interstate fairgrounds track and other regional speedways. His son Chad Little also raced at the fairgrounds and moved on to the NASCAR circuit with equal success in the eighties and nineties. Chad continues to work with NASCAR management legal affairs to this day.