Crusin’ The Coast volunteers Craig Grisoli, left, and Terry Ward, center, stand with Cruisin’ The Coast executive director Woody Bailey on Monday, Sept. 19, 2016. Over 600 volunteers from 11 car clubs help keep Cruisin’ The Coast running smoothly.
Crusin’ The Coast volunteers Craig Grisoli, left, and Terry Ward, center, stand with Cruisin’ The Coast executive director Woody Bailey on Monday, Sept. 19, 2016. Over 600 volunteers from 11 car clubs help keep Cruisin’ The Coast running smoothly. Amanda McCoy
Crusin’ The Coast volunteers Craig Grisoli, left, and Terry Ward, center, stand with Cruisin’ The Coast executive director Woody Bailey on Monday, Sept. 19, 2016. Over 600 volunteers from 11 car clubs help keep Cruisin’ The Coast running smoothly. Amanda McCoy

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