GREEN BAY - There are cars, and then there are dream cars.
From classics to convertibles, Sunday there was one place to find them all in Green Bay.
Auto enthusiasts rolled into Northeast Wisconsin Technical College for its 27th annual Car Show and Swap meet.
Visitors could take a peek at refurbished cars from the 1930s and '40s, or get a look at souped-up muscle cars and even monster trucks.
"It's the whole gamut: Corvettes, old Stingrays, old Chevys. You name it. If you like cars, there's something here for everybody," said Joe Draves with NWTC's Trades and Engineering Dept.
The car show raises funds to support the school's auto programs.
Using past funds, the auto club was able to purchase a used car and fix it up.
This weekend, they gave that car back to the community by donating it to the Salvation Army.
A survey of local businesses looked at employee numbers and overall outlook for the coming year.
Those who do go to the Packers-Falcons game Sunday will help honor a green and gold legend.
The cold caused some problems in the Fox Valley Friday.
A donation from an area bank will be making a difference in the years to come for Green Bay East High School.
A Pearl Harbor survivor was given a special honor Friday morning at Green Bay East High School.
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