Three things to do this weekend in Boynton Beach

Saint Joseph's Episcopal School fifth graders grab flags to place on the graves of veterans as fellow student Natalie at the Boynton Beach Cemetary, May 23, 2014, in Boynton Beach. Veterans, school children and other volunteers from Home Depot participated "It warms our hearts to do something for the veterans who have done so much for us. No matter what you do, its not enough. " said veteran Dave Orkin. (Greg Lovett / The Palm Beach)

Saint Joseph’s Episcopal School fifth graders grab flags to place on the graves of veterans as fellow student Natalie at the Boynton Beach Cemetary, May 23, 2014, in Boynton Beach.
Veterans, school children and other volunteers from Home Depot participated “It warms our hearts to do something for the veterans who have done so much for us. No matter what you do, its not enough. ” said veteran Dave Orkin. (Greg Lovett / The Palm Beach)

*Write a letter to a soldier. The Boynton Beach library is asking the public to take a second if in the library and write a letter to a soldier. Free cards are available at the library. The library is at 208 Seacrest Blvd.

*Give back to the community and help someone battle cancer. On Saturday, Art of Speed Auto Events is presenting the “Cool Cars For Nicholas” Car Show at Club 66 in Boynton. It’s from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Club 66 at 2051 High Ridge Rd. Visit www.carshowtv.com/carshow.

This is a first for Car Show TV, a TV show that airs in South Florida and has been on for three years, and was organized to raise money for the son of Car Show TV Co-Founder Andrew McClary. His son Nicholas was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a rare and aggressive form of cancer that attacks only young people.

“The road ahead for the McClary family will be fraught with uphill battles, not the least of which will be the major bills from hospitals- even AFTER insurance- that the family will have to face,” according to a news release.

Nicholas is in Jacksonville receiving experimental proton therapy and chemotherapy.

Car registration is $20 per car. All proceeds will help the McClary family with the hospital bills.

*Remember and honor veterans we have lost. Boynton will host its annual Memorial Day event on Sunday at 2 p.m. The event, planned by the city and the Boynton Beach veterans, will be at the Boynton Beach Memorial Park at the corner of Woolbright Road and Seacrest Boulevard (1611 S. Seacrest Blvd.). The event is open to the public.