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story.lead_photo.caption Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL A car show was held Saturday in Highfill at the Holland Barn venue as a fundraiser to support local veteran groups.

HIGHFILL -- The Holland Barn venue, usually a place for weddings and family celebrations, was on Saturday a place to show off cars and trucks -- from classy antiques to shiny muscle cars -- the venue was full of vehicles and spectators. And, the Heroes and Hotrods event on Saturday was all for a good cause, with all the proceeds given to help veterans' groups.

Those benefitting from the event included the local Veterans of Foreign Wars post in Siloam Springs, a service organization supporting veterans; the Bob Davis Veterans Center in Mountain Home, which provides shelter and job training for homeless veterans; Project Red Friday, which supports those in the military and sends care packages to servicemen and women; and Joint Forces K-9 Group in Siloam Springs, a veteran-owned business which offers K-9 training and also uses veterans to train service dogs.

The Holland Barn venue is owned by Eric and Amy Holland. Eric built the barn after retiring from a career in the U.S. Air Force.

Saturday's event included the car show, booths, live entertainment and helicopter rides.

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Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Large numbers of people came out to the car show on Saturday in Highfill which was held at the Holland Barn venue as a fundraiser to support local veteran groups.
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Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Helicopter rides were available to guests at the car show held Saturday in Highfill at the Holland Barn venue as a fundraiser to support local veteran groups.
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Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Cars and trucks, from fixed up antiques to modern muscle cars, were on display at the car show Saturday in Highfill.
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Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Though not a part of the show, the flags on this motorcycle in the parking area indicate the purpose of the show held Saturday in Highfill — to support local veterans.
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Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL This car on display Saturday in Highfill highlights the show's purpose in raising funds to support local veteran organizations.

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