altalt The first Sully Night Out "Cruizin' the Square" was held the beautiful evening of Saturday, Aug. 24, from 5-8 p.m. with 42 vehicles on display on the west and north sides of the Sully square and approximately 350 people attending.

The Sully Night Out Committee was very pleased with the number of cars and the crowd at the event. They express big thanks to the Dutch Masters, Fast Trax Sports, Hometown Press, Sully Lions Club, Lynnville-Sully Music and Drama Boosters, Sully Development Inc, Sully Business Association, Dan Cross, and, of course, all who attended the event. The Sully Lions Club served corndogs, funnel cakes, and strawberry smoothies while the L-S Music and Drama Boosters served homemade ice cream sundaes with both organizations pleased with great sales. The Lions will use the proceeds for their usual local projects and the Boosters' proceeds will be used for their upcoming trip to Nashville, TN.

Dan Cross served as the DJ for the evening's festivities. Go-cart and tricycle obstacle courses were organized by Craig Maasdam of Fast Trax Sports. In the go-cart obstacle course, drivers had to turn left to go right. A corn kernel vote was held for the attendees to vote for their favorite car and the number-own award went to Doug Huyser's 1941 Willys. Winners of $50 Sully bucks were Saylor Van Wyk, daughter of Marlo and Stef Van Wyk, and Elizabeth Squires, daughter of Steve and Heidi Squires.