Welcome 2013! Wow, if that isnít sobering statement I donít know
what is. Considering that our fist club vehicle is the 1958 Chevy, it is now
55 years old! My, doesnít the time fly.
At our last meeting, the Board elections were managed by our Nominations Clerk John Dennery. Before we cover the outcome, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the outgoing Board members for a very successful year. The 2012 Board consisted of Mike Berry, Dawn Dennery, Verne Frantz, and Al Bernotas. They all worked diligently together to insure this yearís events were executed flawlessly, and they are all to be congratulated on a job well done. The election results rendered a few new faces on the Board-namely Frank Visco as Vice President and Maureen Humphries as secretary. Please join me in welcoming them both to the Team. Dawn and Mike are looking to relax and enjoy a well-deserved break, and I thank them both very much for their extensive contributions resulting in the successes of the Club. Additionally, I would like to thank our club members for demonstrating their faith in me which resulted in my re-election. Remember, itís YOUR club, if you have suggestions, please raise them at the meetings.
In this issue please find a draft Calendar for Club activities during 2013. We have some exciting presentations for the first quarter, including a Battery Seminar in January and a Fabulous Fins presentation in March given by the Vintage Automobile Museum of NJ Folks. These are some interesting events that you wonít want to miss, so remember to mark your Calendars and come on out to enjoy the fun. Those of you who were not in attendance at Decemberís meeting missed a most excellent affair. There were some delicious dishes brought by our members which satisfied even the most Automobile Museum of NJ Folks. These are some interesting events that you wonít want to miss, so remember to mark your Calendars and come on out to enjoy the fun. Those of you who were not in attendance at Decemberís meeting missed a most excellent affair. There were some delicious dishes brought by our members which satisfied even the most discriminating palate. It was a very nice time for friends to converse and revel in the spirit of the Holidays. As a Club, we voted to donate $100 to the Bordentown Community Center in appreciation of our use of their stellar facility. In closing, 2012 was a very good year for the Club. We are now up to 70 members, which hasnít been in over ten years. We must be on the right track. I believe our efforts in hosting the 012 NIA Convention yielded this increased roll count. We look forward to an exciting and event filled New Year.