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Tellico Village Vintage Vehicles

Minutes of General Meeting November 6, 2019


Call to Order – President Jerry Mauch called the meeting to order at 6:30 PM. 37 members and guests were in attendance.


President Jerry and Treasurer Mike McCoy presented a club check for $500 to Loudon schools for their Automotive Program. Receiving the check were; Loudon Mayor Buddy Bradshaw, Assistant Principle Sonya Winstead and Auto Shop Instructor Billy Bivens. Billy expressed his gratitude and explained how our support will go towards shop uniforms/work clothes so that students can experience “hands on” automotive repairs.


Potential New Members Marie and Jack Gemender were in attendance and they have a 2006 Mercedes.


Sunshine Report – Julie Krieg sent a card to Casey Kelly. Please contact Julie at julieakrieg@gmail.com if you know of any member that needs a little sunshine sent their way.


Secretary’s Report – Joe Michniacki filled in for Lynn tonight. It was requested that when you sign in that you also verify your email address and make any corrections as needed. If you want to order club name badges, they are only $10.00 and that club windshield stickers are free to new members and only $1.00 for additional or replacement ones.


Treasurer Report – Mike McCoy reported that we have $2,382.00 in the bank and 151 member families. Please bring checks next month for 2020 dues ($15.00) and the January Snowball ($70.00 per couple). You can also mail your checks, made out to TVVV, to Mike McCoy at 335 Rarity Bay Parkway, Vonore TN 37885. Dues need to be paid before January 1, 2020 and we need to know how many members will attend the Snowball ASAP.


Webmaster Report – John Hallstrand is seeking to retire from his long term serving as club webmaster and Jeff Abbott has graciously volunteered to step in. Thank you to both of you.


Club Officer Elections will be held during our December meeting and nominations will be accepted form the floor. Dennis Kazmierzak has, after much arm twisting, thrown his hat into the ring for Club President. Ted Newton is the new “Member-at-Large” on the Club Board replacing Brad Berger.


Vice-President Report – John Lacko discussed the Snowball, it’s scheduled for Saturday January 25, 2020 at the Yacht Club. Happy Hour/Meet and Greet will start at 5:00 PM with Dinner being served at 6:00 PM. The band Uptown Midnight will play from 7:00 PM until 10:00 PM. We need to know how many club members will be attending before we open this event up to non-members.


Activities Director Jerry Bell reported that the October 23 Tsali Notch cruise and wine tour was a success. Jerry and Nancy are looking at several overnight destination trips as club events for 2020.


November 15 – Ford vs. Ferrari Movie ant Regal Pinnacle at 10:55 AM with lunch at Calhoun’s.

November 20 – Lunch at Kahite with a cruise led by Doc Doolittle to the Tanasi/Chota memorials.

December 12 – Buffet Dinner at Little Italy, cocktails at 5:00 PM and dinner at 6:00 PM


Car Related Stories – send your stories to Rich Chappell at richchappell10@aol.com


Rich just returned from TX where him and his grandson went to the Formula 1 race in Austin.


Rolling Stock Report – John Lacko traded in his 1966 Mustang coupe for a 2019 RTR Mustang, numbered 71 of 500. John said his four-cylinder twin turbo ecoboost engine is Ready-To-Race.


Jon Forcum is having solar panels installed on his home to charge his vehicles. Contact him for product and installer information.


50/50 drawing was for $40.00 and won by Rick Hulsey.


Our next meeting is December 4, 2019. Please join us in the Blue Heron at 5:00 PM for dinner.


Minutes respectfully submitted by Joe Michniacki as proxy for Club Secretary Lynn Lundberg.




Tellico Village Vintage Vehicles

Minutes of General Meeting November 6, 2019


Call to Order – President Jerry Mauch called the meeting to order at 6:30 PM. 37 members and guests were in attendance.


President Jerry and Treasurer Mike McCoy presented a club check for $500 to Loudon schools for their Automotive Program. Receiving the check were; Loudon Mayor Buddy Bradshaw, Assistant Principle Sonya Winstead and Auto Shop Instructor Billy Bivens. Billy expressed his gratitude and explained how our support will go towards shop uniforms/work clothes so that students can experience “hands on” automotive repairs.


Potential New Members Marie and Jack Gemender were in attendance and they have a 2006 Mercedes.


Sunshine Report – Julie Krieg sent a card to Casey Kelly. Please contact Julie at julieakrieg@gmail.com if you know of any member that needs a little sunshine sent their way.


Secretary’s Report – Joe Michniacki filled in for Lynn tonight. It was requested that when you sign in that you also verify your email address and make any corrections as needed. If you want to order club name badges, they are only $10.00 and that club windshield stickers are free to new members and only $1.00 for additional or replacement ones.


Treasurer Report – Mike McCoy reported that we have $2,382.00 in the bank and 151 member families. Please bring checks next month for 2020 dues ($15.00) and the January Snowball ($70.00 per couple). You can also mail your checks, made out to TVVV, to Mike McCoy at 335 Rarity Bay Parkway, Vonore TN 37885. Dues need to be paid before January 1, 2020 and we need to know how many members will attend the Snowball ASAP.


Webmaster Report – John Hallstrand is seeking to retire from his long term serving as club webmaster and Jeff Abbott has graciously volunteered to step in. Thank you to both of you.


Club Officer Elections will be held during our December meeting and nominations will be accepted form the floor. Dennis Kazmierzak has, after much arm twisting, thrown his hat into the ring for Club President. Ted Newton is the new “Member-at-Large” on the Club Board replacing Brad Berger.


Vice-President Report – John Lacko discussed the Snowball, it’s scheduled for Saturday January 25, 2020 at the Yacht Club. Happy Hour/Meet and Greet will start at 5:00 PM with Dinner being served at 6:00 PM. The band Uptown Midnight will play from 7:00 PM until 10:00 PM. We need to know how many club members will be attending before we open this event up to non-members.


Activities Director Jerry Bell reported that the October 23 Tsali Notch cruise and wine tour was a success. Jerry and Nancy are looking at several overnight destination trips as club events for 2020.

November 15 – Ford vs. Ferrari Movie ant Regal Pinnacle at 10:55 AM with lunch at Calhoun’s.

November 20 – Lunch at Kahite with a cruise led by Doc Doolittle to the Tanasi/Chota memorials.

December 12 – Buffet Dinner at Little Italy, cocktails at 5:00 PM and dinner at 6:00 PM

Car Related Stories – send your stories to Rich Chappell at richchappell10@aol.com

Rich just returned from TX where him and his grandson went to the Formula 1 race in Austin.


Rolling Stock Report – John Lacko traded in his 1966 Mustang coupe for a 2019 RTR Mustang, numbered 71 of 500. John said his four-cylinder twin turbo ecoboost engine is Ready-To-Race.

Jon Forcum is having solar panels installed on his home to charge his vehicles. Contact him for product and installer information.


50/50 drawing was for $40.00 and won by Rick Hulsey.


Our next meeting is December 4, 2019. Please join us in the Blue Heron at 5:00 PM for dinner.


Minutes respectfully submitted by Joe Michniacki as proxy for Club Secretary Lynn Lundberg.