Hampton TDLC Cruise Night gets people out and about

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■ 19th annual TDLC cruise night sees smaller crowds

  • Hampton Public Schools staff members Joel Miller (left) and Jan Ediger help to pass out free BBQ pulled pork meals to the public, courtesy of the Roger Bamesberger family. The line stretched down the block. News-Register/Cheyenne Rowe
    Hampton Public Schools staff members Joel Miller (left) and Jan Ediger help to pass out free BBQ pulled pork meals to the public, courtesy of the Roger Bamesberger family. The line stretched down the block. News-Register/Cheyenne Rowe
  • Somewhat socially distanced, groups of friends, neighbors, family and out-oftown visitors enjoyed what turned out to be a nice Friday evening in Hampton. Crowds may have been down from numbers in year’s past -- but the event was still well attended. News-Register/Cheyenne Rowe
    Somewhat socially distanced, groups of friends, neighbors, family and out-oftown visitors enjoyed what turned out to be a nice Friday evening in Hampton. Crowds may have been down from numbers in year’s past -- but the event was still well attended. News-Register/Cheyenne Rowe
The 19th annual TDLC Car Show in Hampton highlighted Friday night with its usual array of classic cars, classic music and barbecue sandwiches for all to enjoy. Questionable weather and the current coronavirus pandemic no doubt had an impact on attendance, but the mission of the night remained the same for event founder Roger Bamesberger. “The first time we did this, we had about 20 cars and…

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