I-35 Speedway gives back to community on Kids Night
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July 28, 2015  |  by Rick Staley

WINSTON, Mo.—On Saturday, Aug. 1, the I-35 Speedway will be holding Kids Night presented by McCarthy Auto Group. As the school year is set to begin in the next few weeks, the racing community of I-35 Speedway collected school supplies to be given to each child attending the races on Kids Night. This has become an annual event which continues to grow each year.

I-35 Speedway will also be blessed and honored with the presence of Donn Harrison—Top Teacher for 2015 as presented on Live with Kelly and Michael—from Parkview Elementary in Cameron. Harrison and his family will be helping hand out school supplies to the kids. Kids become future leaders and we are truly honored to have an Educator that prepares our youth for the challenges they face.

Drivers will also be signing autographs for all their favorite fans, favorite family and favorite friends throughout the evening. A table will be set up for the drivers to sign and the kids will all receive a free autograph book in addition to the backpack of school supplies. We will have as many of our great drivers as possible signing and visiting with our fans.

In addition to Kids Night, Mother Nature has provided bonus races for the next three weeks. The Grand Nationals and USRA B-Mods will begin the night completing their feature events from July 25. On Aug. 8, the MLS and USRA Stock Cars will run their July 25 feature races and the USRA Modifieds will complete their July 25 feature on Aug. 15.

After the completion of the two make-up features for the Grand Nationals and the USRA B Mods, the night will begin with heats for all weekly classes and the visiting vintage cars. After a short intermission we will continue the night with the feature events for all the classes.

Make plans now to be at I-35 Speedway this Saturday night, where you get the most dirt track racing for your money with "Dirt Trackin’ at its Best."

I-35 Speedway is conveniently located at exit 64 off Interstate 35 just north of Cameron, Mo. Gates open 4:30 p.m., hot laps 6:15 p.m., racing starts 7:00 p.m. Adults $12, seniors (62 and over) $10, children 7 to 12 $6, younger than 7 free. Suite $18, pit passes $30.

The Trackside Bar and Grill will be open before, during and after the races for all your eating and drinking pleasures. The beer shack will be open to quench that adult thirst, funnel cakes and brownie bites available for the sweet tooth, main concession for all the hunger pains, and of course, “Crazy” Carl Kaster’s souvenir stand with all kinds of goodies.

What a great night of fun this will be as we give away school supplies, sign autographs, visit with Donn Harrison and conduct the best in auto racing. See you there!

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