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Tellico Village Vintage Vehicles

Minutes of General Meeting

October 7, 2020

Our meeting was held at the Toqua Pavilion, 26 members came early for dinner. President Dennis Kazmierzak opened the meeting with an introduction of new members: Judith and Wolf Strohwig and Georgia and Bruce Wilson.

There were no sunshine cards sent out this month. If you know of any club member that is ill or is recovering from surgery, contact Julie at julieakrieg@gmail.com and she will send that member a card.

Secretary Joe Michniacki reported that September’s meeting minutes were emailed to all members and posted on our website. A motion was made, seconded, and passed to accept the minutes as posted.

Treasurer Mike McCoy reported that we have 129 paid member/families and an account balance of $2174.14. For new members, yearly dues are $15.00

Webmaster Jeff Abbott announced that he will send an email out about the October Metcalf Bottoms ride. He will include a Google map. He also mentioned that the website has a Google calendar that you can join of all our club activities.

Tellico Life Coordinator Brad Berger reported that an email was sent to members not on Tellico Life with information and instructions and 10 members joined Tellico Life. There are still about 75 members that need to join Tellico Life and he is willing to help members understand and get into the Tellico Life Vintage Vehicles Club Circle. Tellico Life will allow for discussions, news, photos and eventually sign-ups for club activities and events.

Activities Chair Jerry Bell reported on upcoming rides including a November fall color tour to Gatlinburg with lunch at the Park Grill. Jerry also announced that he and Judy were stepping down as Activities chairs so some new blood can come in and take us on some beautiful road trips.

VP John Lacko is coordinating the October 21 ride to the Metcalf Bottoms picnic area in the Great Smoky Mountains. Bring your lunch and refreshments. Food Lion will take orders if you want them to prepare a box lunch for you. Please be discreet with some refreshments as it is Federal land and alcohol is prohibited. The picnic area is pet friendly. You will receive a detailed email, that the meeting place is changed to the Popular Springs boat ramp (north village ramp). For all our future rides and trips, please abide the following road rules –

-Depending on the size of the total group, smaller groups not to exceed 10 vehicles, will have a leader and a rear guard with handheld radios. Members will furnish their own radio.

-Leaders will follow rules of the road, no more than 5 MPH over the posted limit.

-All cars need to have running lights on and GPS and route trip directions.

-All cars must maintain no more than 2-3 car length gap. Pay attention to the car behind you.

-Lead car will pull off if group is split because of traffic light, rail stop, etc.

-All trips to have rest stop points.

-If the road trip is over 2 hours, a destination meeting point will be set for the group to get there at their own pace.

The last club Cruse-In is Tuesday October 20 at Tugaloo at 5:00 PM.

Past President Jerry Mauch announced that the club wants to celebrate its 25th Anniversary with something special and is asking members for suggestions and to assist, and if you want to be part of the Anniversary Committee. Contact Jerry at jermauch@charter.net

Jerry is also the Officer Nominations Chair and needs members to consider stepping up to fill one of these positions; President, Secretary, Member-at-large and Events Coordinator, elections are in December.

Doc Doolittle proposed an overnight spring trip to the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Birmingham Alabama. There is a slight possibility that we may be able to run the racetrack!

We had 45 members in attendance but no 50/50 raffle as our club supplies were left at home!

Our next meeting will be a dinner-meeting at the Little Italy Restaurant on Wednesday November 4 at 5:00 PM. It is BYOB and we will have the back room with seating for up to 70, at tables of four, with appropriate distancing. Ladies bring your husbands and tell him it is a date night!

Club member Steve Smith is selling his 1966 El Camino, please contact him for additional information – harleyworm@gmail.com

The meeting ended with an automotive story by our Club Storyteller and Published Author Alex Gabbard. In March of 1963, a beautiful mountain girl with pretty eyes captured his heart, sadly Mary passed away this year but companionship lead to may years of automotive adventures. In 1965 at the Farmington Drag Strip he heard a new sound, that of a 427 Cobra. He was surprised to see a friend driving it and went over to see the car. The friend was Zak Reynolds, heir to the Reynolds Tobacco Company and this was the CSX 301. This was the first Cobra Alex had ever seen outside of magazine articles and photos. Since then he has had the bug for a 427 Cobra. Coming to the present day, Alex needed a project to keep him busy. With the help of another friend, Ralph Wright, he has started to build his dream Cobra. In 11 days’ time (from parts Alex had been collecting) they have completed the chassis, suspension, engine, trans, and now only need a driveshaft. Alex has ordered a Cobra body from Alabama. This story to be continued.

Minutes respectfully submitted by Joe Michniacki and will be posted to our website and Tellico Life.

Tellico Village Vintage Vehicles

Minutes of General Meeting

September 2, 2020

Our meeting was held at the Toqua Pavilion with members providing several positive comments about the location. President Dennis Kazmierzak opened the meeting with an introduction of new members: Dave Crowden, Pete Kilmartin Jim Dunn, and Glenn and Marcia Wojnowiak.

Judy Bell reported on club events and that her husband, Jerry was resting at home after his emergency surgery, we all wish him a speedy recovery.

The next ride will be on Wednesday, September 16 with Doc Doolittle as drive leader and coordinator. Meet up at Sloan’s at 11:00 AM and we will head out to Crosby TN with lunch at Carver’s Orchard & Applehouse Restaurant. Please contact Doc at lona.doolittle@hotmail.com or 865-671-4508 if you are planning to attend so that he can make restaurant reservations.

John Lacko is planning our October ride to include the Foothills Parkway with either a picnic or restaurant lunch stop.

Joe Michniacki came out of retirement and reviewed the minutes from our last meeting in March and the club events that were cancelled. A motion was made, seconded, and passed to accept the minutes. The meeting minutes are posted on our website.

Jere Krieg gave the Sunshine report, a card was sent to Jerry Bell. If you know of any club member that is ill or is recovering from surgery, contact Julie at julieakrieg@gmail.com and she will send that member a card.

Mike McCoy gave the Treasurer’s Report. We have 127 paid member families and an account balance of $2124.14. Detailed spending expenses are available by contacting Mike during the meetings.

Because of the Covid-19 issues of closed locations, cancelled meetings and club events, the Board of Directors voted to extend member dues to cover the 2021 year. Only new incoming members will pay dues to cover the 2021 year.

Brad Berger has been designated as the Club Tellico Life Coordinator to assist members into the Tellico Life Club Circle. Tellico Life will allow for discussions, news, photos and eventually sign-ups for club activities and events.

It was great to see Alex Gabbard! The club gave its condolences for the loss of his wife Mary, a beautiful woman that also was a car enthusiast. Alex has plenty of automobile stories and will be sharing them with us.

Past President Jerry Mauch announced that the club wants to celebrate its 25th Anniversary with something special and is asking members for suggestions and assistance if you want to be part of the Anniversary Committee. Contact Jerry at jermauch@charter.net

It is also that time of year to consider running for Club Officer. All positions are open and if you are interested, talk to any Board Member about the hours and pay. Like everyone else, we seek to be inclusive so please ladies, consider running for an elected position or serving as a member-at-large on the Board.

Professor Jim Payne announced that the Hudson’s in the Heartland Chapter is having a car show at the Tally Ho Inn in Townsend. On Saturday September 19, they will have a special show of “Orphan” cars from noon to 5 PM. The term orphan car accurately applies to any marque of motor vehicle built by a manufacturer that has discontinued business entirely. Packard, Oldsmobile, Mercury, Plymouth, Pontiac, and Willys are just a few of the Orphans still on the road. This show will be unique.

We had 58 members in attendance and our 50/50 raffle was at $160. Half the pot was won by Joe McCaul. The second prize of a GM Engine Calendar went to Bob Burdette. The third prize of a cloth face mask went to Loren Lesh.

Our next meeting will be at the Toqua Pavilion on Wednesday October 7 at 6:30 PM. Why not join us for dinner at the Toqua Grill at 5:00 PM for comradery and some refreshments.

Minutes respectfully submitted by Joe Michniacki and will be posted to our website and Tellico Life. Can you guess the vehicle below?

PS - If a former member complains to you about not receiving emails from the club, it’s because they haven’t paid their dues and were dropped. But they can easily sign up again!

TVVV Board of Directors

Officers President – Dennis Kazmierzak djk6885@gmail.com

(elected positions) Vice President – John Lacko johnsmusty@aol.com

Treasurer – Mike McCoy mdmccoy1948@tds.net

Secretary – Joe Michniacki jm37774@gmail.com

Members at Large (volunteers)

Website Master – Jeff Abbott jeff.wabbott@gmail.com

Events Coordinator - Jerry Bell belljxj@yahoo.com

Tellico Life Coordinator – Brad Berger bberger630@gmail.com

Award Winning Author and Automotive Storyteller – Alex Gabbard

TVVV Board Meeting Minutes

Tuesday June 23, 2020


In attendance:  Dennis Kazmierzak, John Lacko, Mike McCoy, Jerry Bell, Sue Kramek, Jerry Mauch, Joe Michniacki, Jeff Abbott.


The BOD meeting was held at the Tugaloo Pavilion at 5:00 pm.  


President’s Report:  Dennis Kazmierzak

  • Addressed the issue of general meetings with the current lockout because of COVID19.  No general meetings will be planned until the issue has been arrested.  Current thought is until a vaccine is distributed or open-air meetings are allowed on POA property we will not plan any general meetings.

  • All activities of the club would be focused on our current planned activities with additional input as becomes know.  Forward any suggestions to Jerry Bell for inclusion in the spreadsheet.

  • Communications:  an effort has not been successful in getting the members to sign up for TellicoLife.  We will not be maintaining a database of members other than those that cannot join TellicoLife (which are very few).  The minutes of any general meeting will only be posted on the club website and TellicoLife circle page.  Future members will be required to sign up for TellicoLife or not become a member.  Future renewals will also be given this choice.  This information will be posted on TellicoLife and the club website.  Board meeting minutes will be distributed to board members only.

  • TellicoLife:  I will be having a meeting with Marsha Herzog to discuss the difficulties experienced in logging in to our page.  This needs to be a smooth and easy process not the three logins we are currently experiencing.



Tellico Village Vintage Vehicles

Minutes of General Meeting

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Call to Order: President Dennis Kazmierzak called the meeting to order at 6:30 pm.

According to the signup sheet, 35 members and guests were in attendance.

Presentation on TellicoLife by Marsha Herzog, VP for TellicoLife Technical

ALL are urged to join in order to make it easier to keep track of and communicate with the TVVV member roster.

New Member: Dan Hryniszak

Secretary’s Report: Sue Kramek

  • Review of the previous TVVV general meeting minutes.
  • Please sign in as you enter and confirm that your email address is correct.
  • Name tags available for $10.00 each, sporting a brand new design for 2020

(white background with colored TVVV logo). Please see Sue to order.

  • Windshield cling stickers are free to new members and $1.00 for additional or replacement ones.

Treasurer’s Report: Mike McCoy

  • Current bank balance of $2,304.00 (as of 2/28/20)
  • 115 paid members in good standing for 2020
  • There were no budgeted revenue or expenses during the month of February

Vice President’s Report: John Lacko

  • Annual Cinco de Mayo celebration at Cinco Amigos (934 Mulberry St., Loudon, TN)

on Monday, May 4 at 5:00 pm.

Website: Dennis Kazmierzak

  • TellicoLife: Each TVVV member will be asked to register through TellicoLife.org -- making it much easier to keep track of and communicate with the TVVV member roster
  • Mike McCoy has sent out registration instructions for Tellico Life
  • Dennis and Mike will be the administrators and will approve each membership request
  • You do not need to be a resident of Tellico Village to join
  • TVVV will soon upgrade to a higher level of TellicoLife in order to allow for online registration of rides and events

Activities: Jerry Bell

  • All rides will take place on the 3rd Wednesday of every month (with a few exceptions)
  • All rides will meet at Sloan’s at 11:00 am (unless otherwise noted in the schedule)
  • Past events -- Both of the February events were well attended, received rave reviews, and encompassed beautiful drives!
  • 2/14 Valentine luncheon at Whitestone Inn (40 attendees)
  • 2/19 drive to Copperhill with lunch at The Copper Grill (about 28 attendees)
  • Upcoming events – NOTE DAY & TIME EXCEPTIONS!
  • 3/19 (Thursday) drive to Rugby will require an earlier departure of 10:00 am in order to squeeze in a rest stop, tour of the town in groups of 10, and lunch at the General Store
  • 3/28 (Saturday) Coker Tire Cruise in Chattanooga – individual attendance, if desired (not a group event)
  • There are 3 overnight trips planned for April, June and July. Please refer to the TVVV ride schedule and make reservations accordingly.
  • Ride schedule posted through the TellicoLife / TVVV website

4/21 Cruise-In and Chili Cook-Off: Jerry Mauch

  • Chili cooks are needed – please sign up!
  • Hot dogs will also be served.
  • Cruise-Ins take place on the 3rd Tuesday from April-October at Tugaloo Pavilion

Member / Car Stories: Rich Chappelle -- Please submit to Rich member stories of cars, races, etc. including photos, to be published on the TVVV website.

Tech Report: Clear Coat is very successful at removing hard water spots from cars!

Car News:

  • Doc Doolittle actually sold his 2002 Mercedes-Benz SL500 Silver Arrow for MORE than asking price to CarGuru in Cary, NC. Doc’s wife is now the proud owner of a 2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe with all the bells and whistles!
  • Scott Duncan recently took ownership of a 1915 Ford Model T

50/50 Raffle:

  • $80.00 was collected with $40.00 won by Dave Lundberg
  • 2nd prize was a ’55 Chevy speaker/clock dash moulding, donated by President Dennis
  • Kudos to Melly Strand for donating last month’s 50/50 raffle winnings to the Loudon County Friends of Animals

Next Meeting (always 1st Wed. of the month):

  • April 1, 2020 @ 6:30 pm at Tellico Village Yacht Club. Come early at 5:00 pm to join fellow members for dinner at the Blue Heron before the meeting.

Minutes submitted by:

Sue Kramek, TVVV Secretary


Tellico Village Vintage Vehicles

Minutes of General Meeting

Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2020


Call to Order:  President Dennis Kazmierzak called the meeting to order at 6:30 pm.   

According to the signup sheet, 33 members and guests were in attendance.


Secretary’s Report:  Sue Kramek

  • Review of the previous TVVV general meeting minutes.

  • Introduction of the TVVV Board of Directors with many new faces:

Dennis Kazmierzak, President

John Lacko, Vice President

Mike McCoy, Treasurer

Sue Kramek, Secretary

Jerry Bell, Activities Director

Jeff Abbott, Webmaster

Jerry Mauch, Past President

Rich Chappelle, Editor (member’s stories)

Joe Michniacki, Member at Large

  • Name tags available for $10.00 each, sporting a brand new design for 2020 

(white background with colored TVVV logo).  Please see Sue to order.

  • Windshield cling stickers are free to new members and $1.00 for additional or replacement ones.


Treasurer’s Report:  Mike McCoy 

  • Current bank balance of $2,390.00 (as of 1/31/2020) 

  • The SnowBall net an amount of $3,465.00 (reflecting 99 seats sold).  

  • The SnowBall expenses included $3,208.00 to the Yacht Club, $650.00 for the band, and $140.00 miscellaneous – $603.00 was subsidized from the TVVV treasury.


Vice President’s Report:  Joe Michniacki, filling in for John Lacko

  • Those who attended the January SnowBall know that it was a great time with really good food, a fantastic band who managed to keep the volume low enough for conversation, creative decorating, a scrumptious cake, and LOTS of dancing! 

  • Kudos to John Lacko who did a great job organizing this event.


Website:  Jeff Abbott, Webmaster (not in attendance)

  • Tellico Life:  Each TVVV member will be asked to register through TellicoLife.org -- making it much easier to keep track of and communicate with the TVVV member roster

  • Mike will send out registration instructions for Tellico Life 

  • Dennis and Mike will be the administrators and will approve each membership request

  • You do not need to be a resident of Tellico Village to join


Activities:  Jerry Bell

  • Distribution of the TVVV Ride and Activity schedule for 2020

  • All rides will take place on the 3rd Wednesday of every month (with a few exceptions)

  • All rides will meet at Sloan’s at 11:00 am (unless otherwise noted in the schedule)

  • February includes:

2/14 Valentine ride to Whitestone Inn for a private lunch 

(3 course meal for $17.95, must sign up)

2/19 Copperhill, TN – 75 mile ride with lunch at The Copper Grill, 

which is located ½ in TN and ½ in Georgia

  • Upcoming March trips include (notice that the March events do NOT take place on Wednesdays):

3/19 Rugby, TN – 85 mile ride with lunch at R M Brooks General Store

3/28 Chattanooga, TN – Coker Tire Cruise 

  • There are 3 overnight trips planned for April, June and July.

  • Schedule posted through the Tellico Life / TVVV website


Member / Car Stories:  Rich Chappelle -- Please submit to Rich member stories of cars, races, etc. including photos, to be published on the TVVV website.


Tech Report:  President Dennis recommends the Blue Drive OBDII scanner which hooks up to your car’s diagnostic port and provides you with a code along with a description of a possible problem, thereby arming you with info when taking your vehicle to a repair shop.  Available online @ EBay for about $100.


Miscellaneous:

  • Member Alex Gabbard teaches at Oak Ridge Institute of Continued Learning (ORICL) including lectures on pirating, cold war weapons, etc. 

  • Doc Doolittle recommends “Seats & Stuff” in Knoxville for custom window tinting, upholstery repair, etc.  Find more information at www.precisiontinttn.com

  • Carl Hillenbrand just happened to run into our webmaster, Jeff Abbott, on the ski slopes in Colorado!

  • National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY:  a great place to learn the history of Corvettes and see some beautiful cars -- over 70 Corvettes on display


50/50 Raffle:  

  • $112.00 was collected with $56.00 won by Melly Strand

  • 2nd and 3rd prizes were a car cover and car calendar, donated by President Dennis 


Next Meeting (always 1st Wed. of the month):  

  • March 4, 2020 @ 6:30 pm at Tellico Village Yacht Club. Come early at 5:00 pm to join fellow members for dinner at the Blue Heron before the meeting.


Minutes submitted by:  Sue Kramek, TVVV Secretary 


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.