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Laurel holds fourth annual Summer Jam event

Laurel hosts annual summer jam event. Photo source WDAM Laurel hosts annual summer jam event. Photo source WDAM
LAUREL, MS (WDAM) -

The Highland Baptist Church hosted the fourth annual Summer Jam event Saturday. The event featured a community-wide car and bike show.

The show featured vintage cars and bikes, as well as modern vehicles. In 2014, the event was hampered with bad weather, but this year the show went off without any problems.

An estimated 100 vehicles came to the event to compete. That is more than the 60 cars that showed up last year.  The church also reportedly doubled the attendance of last year.

Pastor John Harmon said thank you to everybody who showed up and added “if they don’t bring the vehicles, it’s not much of a car and bike show."

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