City of Fairfax Receives 250 Backpacks Filled with Schools Supplies from Labor Day Car Show and Clifton Lions Club

For 24 years, the City of Fairfax Labor Day Car Show has brought together community members, car lovers of all ages, and visitors from around the state. Produced by the City of Fairfax and the Clifton Lions Club, the show aims to raise money for local charitable organizations. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the show will be donated to groups such as Life With Cancer and Cloverleaf Equine Center. This year, the show will be on Monday, September 4, from 8:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. in Old Town Fairfax.

One long-standing tradition has been a school supply drive before the show. Co-organized by City of Fairfax Councilmember Jeff Greenfield and the Clifton Lions Club, the group dropped off 250 backpacks filled with school supplies for City of Fairfax students.

“We are always grateful for the ongoing support of our community, especially the Annual Car Show and Clifton Lions Club,” said City of Fairfax Superintendent. “Each year, we can support our schools, so every student and classroom are provided with the opportunity to learn from the first few weeks of school.” For more information about the Annual Car Show, please visit the City of Fairfax website here.