Greetings from WAMBO
Greeting and Welcome to all attending WAMBO 31
Its a pleasure to express my gratitude to Bill Wolsing and the WAMBO committee on this very special year. It has taken many dedicated people over the last 31 years to build an event that is well known internationally. From chair to chair and committee to committee this event has grown from being held in the downtown core to encompassing the entire town.
Without such dedicated volunteers this event would not have grown to be one of the largest. The BIA, all of the local service groups, vendors, entrants, sponsors and residents that work so hard to make our town shine, thank you. So whether you are an antique motorboat, firetruck, car or motorcycle enthusiast, a newcomer to our community, a returning visitor or resident, WAMBO has something for everyone. From the opening ceremonies in Civic Park and the Terry Glover Memorial Cruise on Friday night right through to the interdenominational church service on Sunday morning.
There are so many things to enjoy; food, live music, antiques, art on the boardwalk and much more. For many of us it is about reuniting longtime connections that occur annually on the streets of Wallaceburg. I hope you enjoy this wonderful local weekend as much as we do.
Make your way around our beautiful community and enjoy yourself. I and my husband Tom and our family hope to see you out and about on WAMBO weekend.
Welcome! Welcome Home! Welcome Back! Enjoy! Have Fun! Be Safe!
Chatham-Kent Councillor, Ward 5, Wallaceburg