REGION CLASSIC CAR CLUB OF AMERICA
MEMBERSHIP MEETING MINUTES –
February 6, 2020
Members and guests present:
Howard Freedman, John Imlay, Bill Jabs, Larry Schick,
Larry Cox, Rodger & Jan Eddy, Robert Douglas, Dave
Charvet, Mona Marsh & Orv Krull, Bob Earls, Bill Price,
Roy Asbahr, John & Georgia Mitchell, Matt Hackney, Don
The meeting was called to order
at 6:55 pm by Bill Jabs.
A motion was passed to dispense with the reading of the
minutes from the last meeting.
$8,205.63 with $1,563.21 for the September Fall Tour.
Cox indicated that Patty Brown was continuing to improve
and that he and Pat had sent flowers to her.
The annual Valentine’s Day
Brunch planned for February 16th.
Rodger Eddy will be
leading the tour and Bill indicated that 33 had signed
up so far.
Roy Asbahr again
invited everyone over to his place after the brunch.
John Imlay and Dave Charvet
relayed the details about the March 21st tour
to World of Speed, Dave’s Newberg man cave, and the
Yamhill County Heritage Museum.
A signup sheet was
John also briefly spoke about
the April 18th wine country tour – details to
briefly spoke about the May 2-3 Eugene area tour being
set up by George and Sylvia Potter – details to come.
Howard stated that the
September tour is currently overbooked by three,
however, there may be one dropping off.
All the lodging is
arranged, but ferry plans still need to be nailed down.
Bill introduced new member Don
Lachman who’s a Cadillac guy.
Don spoke briefly about
his four Cadillacs.
Bill congratulated Larry
Schick on yet another excellent edition of the
He mentioned that Larry
does a lot of traveling and research.
Larry indicated that
the next edition would have an in-depth story about
George Potter’s 1937 Packard 12 Limo which has some
Larry Schick relayed some
details about the next issue of the
and indicated that he was finished and it should go to
Richard Petrosino for printing sometime next week.
Larry still needs the
Director’s Message from Bill.
Bill poled the group to get a
verdict on whether we should continue at Buster’s for
our monthly meeting.
All the comments were
positive and we will continue at Buster’s.
Mona said we need to
get more women to attend!
Howard spoke about the 11,000
sq foot addition to the CCCA Museum, the contractor
doing the work, and the general financial process for
He also mentioned that
Dave Charvet has done a brief video on each of the cars
in the museum which are available on the website –
All publications are
archived and available on the website as well.
Dave Charvet told the group
that Howard had donated his 1941 Packard 180 Limo to the
museum in Evelyn’s name.
The car will remain in
Howard’s custody until the new wing is added to the
Bill passed out information
and did an interesting program about engine oil which
generated a fair amount of discussion.
Imlay agreed to do next month’s presentation on the
upcoming work at PDX airport.
The meeting was adjourned at