SUN COUNTRY MUSTANG CLUB
P.O. BOX 556
MOXEE, WA 98936
EVENT DATES TO REMEMBER Month Date Event Location th28 Zillah Spring Fling April Zillah, WA. th Poker Run/Car show for cancer 5May Yakima, WA. (728-6306) thth – 6 North Olympic Mustang and Cougar car show 5 Port Angeles, WA.
8th Zillah Community Days Zillah, WA. th Selah Community Days (Parade) 19 Selah, WA. th American Reflections Car Show 20 Moxee, WA. thth – 27 Richland Car Show 26 Richland, WA. thst-1 29May/June Coffee Stop (Indian Johns’ east bound) Sign up sheet will be out soon th16 Run to Rossow’s and Canyon Cruze Ellensburg, WA. th Best Rod Run By A Dam Site 16 Grand Coulee, WA. strd – 23 Cool Desert Nights Car Show 21 Richland, WA. rd Wishes and Dreams Convoy 23 Union Gap, WA. th Iron Angle Club Car Show 30 Toppenish, WA. (966-8296) th Goldendale Community Days Open Car Show Goldendale, WA. 7July th14 Run To Roslyn Roslyn, WA.
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General Meeting: Board Meeting: th rd4 Wednesday of every month 3 Thursday of every month
Magic’s Pizza, Selah Clubhouse of Lance Sontag
7:00pm Terrace Heights 7:00pm
Deadline for newsletter submissions is 7 days after the event,
If you’re submission is not received by that date,
it could be put off until the next month’s newsletter.
Attend 2 meetings or club functions per year
Have a valid driver’s License
Own a Mustang or Cougar
Provide proof of liability insurance
Be 18 years or older or join with parents as a family membership
Single: $17.00 Family $20.00
SCMC General Meeting
March 28, 2012
The meeting was called to order at 7:02 p.m.by President Jason Ratliff.
Don and Pat Champoux were our guests and they own a 1965 Coupe.
Treasurer’s Report: $(censored) checking (not counting the dues and sponsorships received tonight) and $(censored) in Savings.
The Board did not meet this month, but a show committee meeting was held March 11, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. at the Club house. Classes were reviewed with some changes. The club is inviting the fire departments and will add a class for them. The Washington State Fruit Commission will allow the club to use their parking lot north of the park. Mark has printed the registration forms and show flyers. Lance stated O’Riley Auto parts has offered to sponsor 10 classes and would like to have sponsored the whole show. They provided hats for Lance to handout to those members attending the meeting. Heinz and Doris had new antenna flags made. The antenna flags sell for $7.00.
ndRichard Rettig received 2 place at the convention center car show.
The following is a list of upcoming shows and events that were discussed during our meeting.
; Upper Valley Rally, Naches, July 21.
; Renegade raceway would like to have a car show on a Friday night. Cars can also run down the
strip. We just need to get the contact info and pick a date.
; PNWMC Memorial Day Weekend, Tri-Cities, May 26 and 27.
; Zillah Spring Fling. April 28.
; Selah Community Days (Parade), May 19.
; American Reflection Show, Moxee, May 20.
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Dave Hawkins stated he likes the Royal Purple Synthetic Oil which is available at Bi-Mart. It helps reduce
Bill Hinmann won the 50/50 Raffle and Richard Gamache the door prize. Velda stated there are still openings on her sign-up sheet for the Coffee Stop. Items needed are: coffee,
lemonade, coffee creamer, sugar and bottled water.
Meeting adjourned at 8:08 p.m
Coffee stop is:
May 29, 30, 31, take down June 1 east side at Indian John’s Rest Area.
THE COFFEE STOP
Volunteers are needed to help out with our coffee stop this summer. If you would be interested in any of the
available dates and times please contact Velda so she can sign you up. This has continually been a very
good fundraiser for our club.
Here is the ‘preliminary’ schedule for our coffee stop fundraiser:
May 29th THRUGH June 1st
May 29th Tuesday
LANCE AND VELDA 7 a.m. to Noon (includes set up of equipment)
Noon to 6 p.m. BILL AND NITA
HEINZ AND DORIS 6 p.m. to Midnight
May 30th Wednesday
RAY AND DAVE MITTS Midnight to 6 a.m.
6 a.m. to Noon
GUS AND MARY Noon to 6 p.m.
MARK AND LYNDON 6 p.m. to Midnight
May 31st Thursday
Midnight to 6 a.m.
DENNIS AND OPAL 6 a.m. to Noon
CON AND JUDY Noon to 6 p.m.
DAVE HAWKINS AND DAVE 6 p.m. to Midnight
MITTS June 1st Friday
RAY FLETCHER AND Midnight to 6 a.m. (includes take down of equipment)
VELDA AND LANCE Take down
Call me for a time you wish to work Submitted by Velda.
Coffee Stop: The sign up list will be passed around and each of you will be able to make yourselves
available for a shift at the coffee stop. SUPPLIES STILL NEEDED; COFFEE ,COCOA, LEMONADE, WATER, 1 CAN DECAF COFFEE
The coffee stop date is Tuesday, May 29th, set up and ready to go by 9:00 A.M., thru Friday morning the
1st. And be packed up and ready for the next group by 9:00 A.M.
Sign up sheet will be going around.
Contributed by Velda
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This is a picture of Richard's mustang at the Renegade
Raceway car show held at the convention center Mar 9
- 12. He took 2nd place.
thThe Early Ford V-8 Club in Seattle, Puget Sound Regional Group #18, is hosting its 40 Annual Early Ford
V-8 & All-Makes Car Show/Picnic on Sunday, June 3, in Bellevue, WA and would like to invite you and your members to participate if at all possible. I have included the attached flyer for possible posting to your website and have also included a brief description of the event for possible insertion in your newsletter: thOn Sunday, June 3, the Puget Sound Regional Group #18 of the Early Ford V-8 Club is hosting its 40
Annual Early Ford V-8 & All-Makes Car Show & Picnic on the beautiful campus of Bellevue College,
3000 Landerholm Circle SE, Bellevue, WA 98007. Excellent on/off access from I-90 at Exit 11. All makes and years invited. Antique-Classic-Street Rod-Custom-Sports-Exotic and other Collectible cars are welcome. Designated area for 1932-1953 Fords, Mercurys and Lincolns. Featuring “Modified
Flatheads”. Dash plaques to first 400 show cars. $15 per Show Car & $5 per Spectator Car upon entry. Live Music: Tempo’s Big Band Sounds plus 50’s-60’s Disc Jockey. Boy Scout’s Concessions and Ice
Cream Stand. All profits go to local charities. For more information, call Ron at 425-788-6789 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Dave at 360-403-3298 or email: email@example.com . Also, please check out our
Website at www.efv8psrg.org
We hope to see many of your members and their cars on June 3.
Thanks in advance,
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thnd – 22 Mustangs Northwest Roundup 19 Bellevue Community College
21st Drive for Education Car Show Ellensburg, WA. th Mustangs on the Water Front 29 Port Orchard, WA. ndth – 5 Vintiques Northwest Nationals 2August Yakima, WA. th Hot Desert Nights 4 Desert Aire, WA. th4 Moxee Hop Festival Parade Moxee, WA. th15 Hot Desert Nights Wapato, WA. th Classic Ford Show and Roundup 18 Kent, WA. st Bickleton Car Show 1September Bickleton, WA. thth – 16 Ponies in the Sun Car Show 15 Yakima, WA. th Concours De Maryhill Open Car Show 6October Goldendale, WA. thth – 7 Maryhill Loops Climb 6 Goldendale, WA. th Concours d’Elegance 7 Patterson, WA. st Vintage Valley Run 21 Zillah, WA. 1
1 See: Oldride.com and Cruzin’ Magazine Online
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SCMC Merchandise – Show Your Pride in Our ClubSee David Mitts for: See Velda Welch for:
Nametags $7.00 Club sew on patch $3.00 @ or 2 for $5.00
Window Decals $4.00
Antenna Flag $7.00
Board Members & Chairpersons
firstname.lastname@example.org 567-0588 Jason Ratliff
email@example.com 965 3322 Jeff Waidner
firstname.lastname@example.org 509-250-0963 Mary Clark
David Mitts email@example.com 453-2225
Mark Sires firstname.lastname@example.org 901-9350
Alt. Board Member
Lance Sontag email@example.com 457-7661
Doris Humann firstname.lastname@example.org 877-2276
Opal Duffield email@example.com 452-5809
Doug Heilman firstname.lastname@example.org 901-7131
David Mitts & email@example.com 453-2225 Lance Sontag firstname.lastname@example.org 457-7661
Velda Welch email@example.com 697-7891
901-8285 Gail Carlton firstname.lastname@example.org
Lance Sontag email@example.com 457-7661
509-306-0780 Ray Fletcher firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Birthday to the following members: ndthDavid Hawkins Marci Mitts 2 26 March April thAudrey Haynes 15
Nita Hinman 18th thBill Hinman 20 ndLonnie Epperson 22 thSandy Linse 25
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