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Paul Bunyan Vintage Auto Club to host vintage car gatherings

The Paul Bunyan Vintage Auto Club will host First City Cruise-Ins from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturdays, Aug.13, and Sept. 10, at Lueken's South, 609 Washington Ave. S.

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BEMIDJI — The Paul Bunyan Vintage Auto Club will host First City Cruise-Ins from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturdays, Aug.13, and Sept. 10, at Lueken's South, 609 Washington Ave. S.

The events will include antiques, collectors, new electric and late model vehicles and many more. There is no cost to attend or participate, all are welcome.

Boy Scouts of America will provide brats, chips and soda.

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