Patrick Robinson
Erin Michelson was there on her beautiful blue scooter and color coordinated outfit.

SLIDESHOW: Fastest Girls in Town meet for friendship and charity

The fastest girls in town held their hot car meet up at Jack Block Park on Sunday Aug. 25 and got attendance from all over Seattle with ladies on motorcycles, scooters, cars and trucks.

Sponsored by Seattle's Girl4Girl, the event was the 2nd in what they hope to make a series with lesbian women taking part.

One of the attendees, M.A. Allen arrived on a 2013 Harley Davidson Softtail Deluxe with a Stage One kit on it. She's with the ARC Angels Women's Motorcycle Club, currently seeking a non-profit status, who reach out to help homeless women and children around Seattle. They deliver both food and goods to people on the streets. " We pull up on the sidewalks, and we hand out sealed bags of things to help them." The packets contain items like a washcloth, fresh socks, toothpaste and other items meant to last about 2 weeks.

The event was organized by Michelle Waye who said, "This event is intended to get women from different organizations who can come together instead of each individual working on things. We bring together women's organizations to do positive things."

A later arrival at the event was Kat Taylor with her Barbie Dream Hearse, a 1992 Cadillac, made as a hearse. She bought the car with 40,000 miles on it and now uses it for special events.

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