Five-year-old Kanesha Seguin-Hildebrandt was in Agassiz with her mom and dad

Car enthusiasts shine and show

Car enthusiasts from across the region made their way to Pioneer Avenue in Agassiz Sunday, to show off their shiny wheels.

Car enthusiasts from across the region made their way to Pioneer Avenue in Agassiz Sunday, to show off their shiny wheels.

Hosted by the Agassiz-Harrison Lions, the groups annual Street Meet brought residents of all ages that shared one common interest: antique cars.

Five-year-old Kanesha Seguin-Hildebrandt was in Agassiz with her mom and dad, while watching her sister compete in the BC Summer Games.

Taking a break from Harrison Lake, the 5-year-old got to check out the cars- managing to land herself in the drivers seat of what she called “the bat-mobile.”

Check out more photos from the car show here.

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