About 20 local charities will receive funds thanks to the 27th Caprock Classic Car Show.

The event was hosted Saturday on the Lubbock Christian University campus. Car enthusiasts and casual observers were able to see a wide range of specialty vehicles up close.

Funds raised from this long-running show will be shared among about 20 local charities, not just one charity. Various Lubbock businesses provided donations and silent auction items.

The Lubbock Police Department and Lubbock Fire Rescue both brought vehicles for kids to check out. Other kids’ events included Hot Wheels racing and a hula hoop & twist contest.

There are also a couple of big events coming up. The first one is the Lowe's Home Improvement Show & Shine on July 27th. You get a free hamburger if you bring a ride. The event goes from 11 am to 2 pm and there is no entry free. This is located at 5022 W. Loop 289 Lubbock, TX.

The show is on August 5th, 2023 from 11 am to 2 pm at 50th Street & University Avenue. You must bring any school supplies to be entered. All the supplies donated will go to local schools.

Then on August 18th and 19th, there will be Thunder On The Plains at Levelland City Park. The cruise and poker run is on the 18th at South Plains Best Western and the show is on the 19th. There will also be food trucks available for purchased food. There will also be a hot wheels race for the kids and burnout at noon.

Learn more about the Caprock Classic Car Club and its upcoming events at its website: https://caprockclassiccarclub.org/

PICTURES: See Inside NASCAR's Most Expensive Mansions

The largest NASCAR driver home includes an indoor aquarium and more than 19,000 square feet of living on 415 acres. The No. 10 home on this list of the 10 most expensive is hardly a postage stamp by comparison.

Taste of Country recently compiled the priciest NASCAR driver homes, and while a few famous names make the list, a few not-quite-as-famous names do, too. Dale Jr., Denny Hamlin, Danica Patrick and the Busch brothers are a few of the drivers to look for on this list of mega-mansions. See pictures of all 10 and a full home tour of the No. 1 house.

Historic Stone Cottage, Once A Carriage House For A Duluth Mansion Is For Sale

Duluth is filled with historic properties and another chance to own one has arrived. If you've ever heard someone talk about "that pretty stone cottage", chances are they are referring to the cottage that sits at 1600 Vermillion Road.

This historic property was designed by renowned architect Fredrick German and it was once a carriage house for the neighboring mansion, which was built for lumber baron John Millen in 1912. Although it has been remodeled or refurbished for today's lifestyle, it retains much of its original character.

As you approach this iconic landmark, you'll notice the majestic stone arch that welcomes you and your guests. Once inside the 1,900-square-foot cottage, you'll enjoy a surprisingly open-concept floor plan on the main level. They've truly maximized this space, which features a primary suite, an ensuite, and even a unique lofted level.

The craftsmanship is from a bygone era, with stone walls so thick, you hear no sounds from the outside. While the cottage features a smaller footprint, it's certainly a case of quality of quantity and the new owner will find it a perfect fit.

Take a look through the historic property, which features 2 bedrooms and 3 baths. It went on the market for $729,500.

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