Chairman and Chairlady message for November.
Here it is again… fall back… the clocks that
is, this year on November 3rd. While we were
on our way to breakfast last Sunday we were
listening to our new found “oldies” radio
station when “September Song” from the “Fantasticks”,
the longest running off Broadway show was
playing. For a bit of trivia, Jerry Ohrbach
(of Law and Order fame) played the lead and
first sang the song. You can always count on
me for a bit of nostalgia and trivia.
Anyway, Autumn brings wonderful memories for
me, leaves showing their colors, weather
changes, frost and the holidays on the
way. This year we are headed to Long Island
to visit family and friends and best of all
Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden…Woo Hoo!
Ken’s take on Autumn.
Fall in the Northeast always means it’s time to put your MG in the garage
for the winter,butnot for the Vintage MG
Club. Eventhough the days are getting
shorter and its getting colderwe can still
enjoy your MGs.For the adventurous, a drive
to Apple Country at Oak Glen might be in
order. In November we have Hobby night at
the General meeting and the Swap Meet
on the 18th. It’s always a chance to pick
up those little
treasures that you’ve always been looking
for but haven’t found.
On Sunday December 2nd Barbara Inskeep has
arranged a trip to the STAGES theater
in Fullerton for a performance of “It’s A
Wonderful Life, A Live Radio Play”. A few
seats may still be available. Be sure also
to sign up for our annual VMG Club Christmas
party on Saturday December 8th. This year
we’ll have a special entertainer and a great
end of year raffle.
As the “September Song” says, the “days
dwindle down to a precious few”, but at the
VMG the fun doesn’t need to, so enjoy your
MG while the sun shines.