From the Editors

Here we are, jumping into the holiday season with both feet. It is an exciting time of the MG year, beginning with the Parts Exchange, moving quickly to the Holiday Party and carrying over to the Trees & Trains event in January. And this year we have a special added event for the ladies of VMG; the Galís Lunch at Rogerís Garden We wish to thank the folks who make all these events possible. John Seim puts in a big effort to organize the Parts Exchange, beginning with assuring we have a suitable site and sufficient staff of volunteers We havenít seen the results as yet, but we can be assured that it was a success.
Jill Pullen does the same associated tasks for the Holiday Party and Bob Spellmire for the Trees & Trains. We also wish to thank the contributors to this newsletter; Rick Pullen for the write up on the Hobby Night; Marie Thomas for the photos and David Moore for the photos of the Tech Session. We wouldnít have much of a newsletter without these inputs.
Itís not too early to think about GoF West 2018. We have the registration form with the information. Give it a good look and put it on your calendar. Registering early is always a big help to those organizing that event.

Is it a bit late next year (September) and not too long a drive. We should have a great trip to Lake Tahoe.
We would like to welcome Doug Smith to the Board. He has joined VMG only very recently and has stepped up to the position of Secretary. And while he missed the board meeting, we want to thank VP Ken Thomas for filling in and recording minutes for us.
Publication of next monthís newsletter will fall right in the middle of the holiday rush, so we may a bit late. Donít panic if you donít see it until after Christmas.
It has been just about a year since I dragged the TF out of its shed after about 40 years. Resurrection of the beast has finally passed a major milestone. I have finished reworking the motor mounts to use MGB rubber mounts to fit the Chevy four banger to the TF chassis. Next job is to clean up the chassis enough to paint it.
Merry Christmas to all our VMG friends.
Hope you can find time for a wee MG drive.



Pete & Fran


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