Once upon a time there was a car show on the grounds of the Arvada Center. The Fireman's Car Show raised money for burn victims and brought out the community for a weekend of gathering and social …
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Once upon a time there was a car show on the grounds of the Arvada Center. The Fireman's Car Show raised money for burn victims and brought out the community for a weekend of gathering and social interaction. We citizens admired the devotion of our neighbors to their art and their hobby.
Today, there are objects littering the grass that I am sure are supposed to be art. The beauty of automotive art may be more low brow but more aligned with the values and tastes of the Arvada community.
I have to register my complaint even if I am a lone voice. I think it would be great fun to have a demolition derby in the grass with the car that takes out the most "art" as the winner. Please bring back the car show - a great community event. No one is seen packing the grass at the Arvada Center like we used to. You have messed up a great community activity.
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