Meeting Minutes: February 21, 2017

The Arkansas Corvair Club met at our regular meeting place, US Pizza on McCain Park Drive, NLR, on Tuesday, February 21, with 25 members in attendance.

The meeting was called to order by President, Bill Smith. The minutes from the January meeting were approved as read.

Elvis King gave the treasurer’s report. We have $4,664.95 in our treasury.

Old Business

Jerry Pentzer reminded members that he and Donna will host their annual anniversary celebration/car event at their home in Ozark on Saturday, March 25. The event will begin at noon and have a cowboy theme. Members are encouraged to dress accordingly.

Tom Brown asked members if they would like to visit the Petit Jean Car Museum again this spring. This will be discussed further at our next meeting.

Bill Smith is close to completing an updated roster for club members. He is collaborating on this with Todd Sanders and JB King.

New Business

The party at Tom Brown’s upholstery shop in NLR will be on Saturday, May 6, and will begin at 4:00 p.m. The menu will consist of barbeque furnished by the hosts and members will bring accompanying dishes. The May meeting will be combined with this event.

Todd Sanders reminded members to register for the Great Plains Roundup to be held in Oklahoma City, September 29-October 1.

Bill Smith reminded members that we will nominate new officers at our March meeting.

Announcements

Frank Campbell announced that the annual car show at Hardin Baptist Church in White Hall will be held on Saturday, May 20. The hours are 10:00-1:30. He encouraged members to attend.

Joe Espejo purchased 6 cases of oil filters for Corvairs. They are available for $10 each or $48 for a case of 6.

Upcoming Events

Party at Pentzer home, Ozark, AR, Saturday, March 25, noon

Party at Tom Brown’s upholstery shop, NLR, AR, Date and Time TBA

Car Show, Hardin Baptist Church, While Hall, Sat., May 20, 10:00am-1:30pm

CORSA International Convention, Independence, MO, June 27-July 1

Great Plains Roundup, Oklahoma City, September 29-October 1

J B King, Secretary