From The Drivers Seat



The Superbowl and the Superbowl party have been consigned to the record books. The party was great. Everyone managed to “tackle” all the goodies and nobody “passed” up on the desserts.
The Superbowl Game was another story. The LA Rams didn’t show the Patriots anything they didn’t already know. In fact the Patriots showed the Rams what happens when you leave receivers open down the field. And they showed that to them over and over again. So I guess the Rams learned something. I saw lots of commercials that didn’t live up to the 5 million dollars it cost to put them on.
Thanks again to the Thelander’s for a great event, I know it’s a lot of work. Also I want to thank John and Conrad for organizing the money redistribution. It’s always great to get together with our good friends.
At the General Membership meeting a few days before “Trees and Trains” we had silly hat night. There were many silly hats attending, but the silliest belonged to George Kershaw and Lynn Inskeep in the Men’s division and Lois McGovern and Darlene Cederstrand in the Ladies division. It was great fun for all and thanks to John Seim for organizing the event.

Next up was the “Wheels & Meals II” event when we found out you can get 2 breakfasts and 2 lunches for $5.00.
In March we have two events planned. The first is to a drag race museum. The details of this event will be completed by the beginning of March. The second is the London to Brighton question and answer rally. This event is on March 30th. Trophies will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the MG class and non-MG class. The cost is $12.00 per person for lunch hosted by Fran and Sandi McClain. The start is at the Felper’s home; coffee and donuts at 8AM. The rally starts at 9AM. Please RSVP to Marie and me so we’ll know how much food to order. Let’s hope we are back to Sunny California days.

                      Ken Thomas










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