This 1960 Dodge Coronet owned by Jimmy Welsh of the Carolina Dreamers Car Club was entered recently in one of the Lowcountry Retired & Active Law Enforcement Association's car, truck and bike show which raises money to help law enforcement officers and their families. This year's show will be Saturday in the Food Lion Shopping Center in Bluffton. The event is free for spectators.
This 1960 Dodge Coronet owned by Jimmy Welsh of the Carolina Dreamers Car Club was entered recently in one of the Lowcountry Retired & Active Law Enforcement Association's car, truck and bike show which raises money to help law enforcement officers and their families. This year's show will be Saturday in the Food Lion Shopping Center in Bluffton. The event is free for spectators. Hal Hallecks
This 1960 Dodge Coronet owned by Jimmy Welsh of the Carolina Dreamers Car Club was entered recently in one of the Lowcountry Retired & Active Law Enforcement Association's car, truck and bike show which raises money to help law enforcement officers and their families. This year's show will be Saturday in the Food Lion Shopping Center in Bluffton. The event is free for spectators. Hal Hallecks

Lowcountry law enforcement group gears up for charity car show

June 03, 2013 7:15 PM