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The Lake Area Rods and Classics has an enthusiastic membership of approximately 120 members from 60 families. The members are about 50% male and 50% female coming from many diverse backgrounds. Most are retirees which include teachers, a school principal, firefighters, a Fire Chief, policemen, Police Captain, engineers, pilots, University Professors, a military Base Commander, jet engine mechanics and many military veterans. The only requirement for joining is to have an interest in cars; primarily old cars. Of the more than 200 cars owned by members, most are muscle cars from the 1960ʼs and 1970ʼs, as well as classic cars from the 1950ʼs, with a sprinkling of 1920ʻs & 1930ʼs Fords, Chevys and a Pierce Arrow.  These cars have won many awards such as Best of Show, Peoples Choice and numerous Class Awards.

Donation To
Kingsland Library 

 Donation To
Packsaddle School in Kingsland

Lake Area Rods and Classics is an IRS category 501-c7 organization.  Part of our Mission Statement is to support the communities in which we reside. We have helped the communities of Kingsland, Marble Falls, Burnet, Bertram, as well as many Nursing Homes in the area.  Most important to our Club is the youth of our communities and on an annual basis we have supported both monetarily, as well as with time.  

Donation To
Camp Agape
We, The Lake Area Rods and Classics, Car Club are pround to help Camp Apage with their fun raising event.  Camp Agapè is a grief support program for children and families who have suffered the loss of a loved one. Donations raised through the Memorial Run and Kids Walk event will provide scholarships for the children to attend a grief support camp this summer.
Donated To
Hill Country Children's 
Advocacy Center 
LARC is proud to be a partner with The Hill Country Children's Advocacy Center for several year now. We identify with their effects to improve the community response to child abuse in our counties. The need for services to this very special population continues to increase and the Center cannot fulfill its mission without generous support