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MORGANTOWN -

After being rained out several weeks ago, the Sgt. Michael Todd May Car Show had beautiful skies Sunday.

Members from the Monongalia County Sheriff's Department, friends and family teamed \with the University Car Club for a bike and car show benefiting the Michael Todd May Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Sgt. May was known as a bike lover and friends said these events are great ways to keep him close.

"He was a great person and great friend. We do everything we can to keep his memory out there, and do everything we can to build on his scholarship fund, and to let people know how important law enforcement is not only in Mon. County, but state wide," said Tammy White of the Monongalia County Sheriff's Department.

The memorial fund benefits students going into the criminal justice program at Fairmont State