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August 11th meeting.

Discussion in 'CA.BC- Coastal Cruisers' started by Stone, Aug 11, 2005.

  1. Stone

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    Is it Dinner at ABC again, guys? And what time?

    Bruce is planning on meeting up with us for dinner, so we'll need specifics. And I can never remember what time we usually have it.

    We have a bunch of stuff to discuss tonight about Cruiser Days 2005. Most of the big stuff are taken care of...just minor details left.

    I've also had a proper plaque made up to recognize the Best in Show Cruiser. Gar is taking care of the Rusty but Trusty award. :D In the subsequent shows, we will have more categories...but I thought that we should at least have these two traditional ones for our first show.

    Hope to see you all there!
     
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    We started out at the fabulous ABC Restaurant on #3 Road at 6:00 pm and had
    some pretty terrific meals.
    We reconvened at LCI clubhouse at 7:30 with about 18 members present: Traci,
    Allstone, Mike Nyiri, Steve, Garr, Jim & Lindsay, Phil, Martin, Mike
    McTague, Barry, Chris, Bill, Rob Millson, Gary T, Jeff, Rod, and two new
    members Bruce Davie and Marcin Cichy, plus guest Simon.

    The main topic of the evening was the Cruiser Days event for Saturday, Aug
    13. Volunteers are asked to arrive by 8:00 am at North Surrey Secondary at
    160 St and 96 Ave. Most people now know their duties and we expect to pack
    up between 2:00 and 3:00 pm. We can always use more volunteer help. The
    Cruiser Days Raffle tickets will sell for $5. each or $10. for 3. The
    T-Shirts will cost $15. each to the general public. After the event, Garr
    will be leading the Cruisers up to North Chehalis Lake campsite in the Poo
    Wagon in the late afternoon.

    The monthly club raffle offered a florescent light, Jim won a box of Chevron
    Lithium Grease, and Martin a tow strap. Mike McTague didn't win anything, in
    spite of buying lots of tickets.

    Also discussed was a proposed mid-week BBQ run up Eagle. Talk to Rob for
    details.

    Also there may be a September 20 Run to North Oregon. Talk to Steve for
    details.

    As for the Labour Day Weekend, there was not much enthusiasm shown at the
    meeting. So, unless that changes, you will have to make your own plans.
    Someone suggested Washington State, but the lineups at the border may be
    prohibitive.

    ~Bill
     
  4. Stone

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    Thanks for the report, Bill. I thought Phil won something? I got the light, I thought Phil won the grease?

    See you all tomorrow. :cheers:
     
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  6. Blue Bandit

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    yaaaaaaaa cutter pup as an avatar!!