Roamin Angels Car Show was a huge success! Thank you to all the spectators, volunteers and to everyone who showed their gorgeous cars. It was a wonderful show!

Kudos and Announcements – November 2021

Membership Dues are due December 31st!  Membership application (PDF) Roamin Angels Christmas Season 32nd Annual Toy Drive Saturday, December 4, 8am to 11am. McKnight Crossing during Cars & Coffee This year the Roamin Angels are again teaming up with the Marines’ Toys for Tots and the Salvation Army for our annual Toy Drive. This year we are also adding the Nevada County Food Bank. Our Toy Drive location is at the McKnight Center and the site of the Saturday Cars & Coffee. Marty Souter of the Roadents is helping to…

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Toy Drive – Dec. 5, 2020

2020 Toy Drive • Saturday, December 5, 2020 Even during the pandemic – the Toy Drive is a huge success! I want to Thank EVERYONE that helped with this year’s 2020 Roamin Angel Toy Drive! Thank You! Thank You! Mike H., Gary B. and myself worked  together to put on this year’s Roamin Angels’ Toy Drive.  It was a very different event from previous years.  We had seven locations for two Saturdays that we the Roamin Angels and Toy for Tots put up  with tables and signs.  We were asking…

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Snapshots: Past Toy Drives

For over two decades, the Roamin Angels have worked in conjunction with the Salvation Army to give the local children and their families a Merry Christmas. Though we can’t have a regular toy drive, inventive minds prevailed to make sure that this year is just as special. The toy drive for 2020 was done in conjunction with the Marines Toys For Tots program.

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Toy Drive – November 28

2020 Toy Drive • November 28, 2020 Combined Effort of the Marines Toys for Tots and Roamin Angels Special Thanks to the Event Coordinators:  Pat G. and Mike H. This year’s Toy Drive is a collaborative effort between the Roamin Angels and the Marine’s Toys For Tots. Pat G. and Mike H. organized this version of this year’s Toy Drive with the Marines. It was decided that going for money, not donations of goods or toys was the best idea considering all the inherent donation restrictions of physical goods. Mike…

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