MEMBERSHIP MEETING MINUTES –
March 5, 2020
CLASSIC CAR CLUB OF AMERICA
guests present: Howard Freedman, John Imlay, Larry
Schick, Larry & Pat Cox, Rodger & Jan Eddy, Dave
Charvet, Mona Marsh & Orv Krull, Bill Price, Roy Asbahr,
Matt Hackney, Don Lachman
The meeting was called to order
at 6:53 pm by Larry Cox
Report: While there was a bit of going back and
forth on this one, a motion was finally passed to
dispense with the reading of the minutes from the last
Currently, $7,161.92 and something about $180 in the
is for the September Fall Tour.
Net $6,981.92 - I
Cox indicated that there was no one at present under the
There was a few
minutes’ discussion of the Corona Virus, who is
susceptible, how to avoid, and the effects on the
market, travel etc.
Larry reviewed the Valentines Brunch which was a great
success with over 40 in attendance.
to Howard, Tamera,
Howard talked about the Ladies Tea coming up on May 16th.
A new venue in Battle
Ground has been found which looks a little rough on the
outside, but is apparently delightful on the inside.
John Imlay and Dave Charvet reviewed details of the
March 21st tour to World of Speed, Dave’s
Newberg man cave, and the Yamhill County Heritage
A signup sheet was
passed around again.
So far 23 signed up.
John spoke about the details of the April 18th
wine country tour – a signup sheet was passed around.
Larry briefly spoke about the May 2-3 Eugene area tour
being set up by George and Sylvia Potter – there will be
a BBQ at the Potter’s place as part of the tour, $5 fee
for that plus a $5 parking fee for some other part.
Flyer is ready and full
details to come.
Howard stated that the September tour is currently
cannot be made until 7AM on April 21st.
Howard will be standing
by his phone ready to call!
Larry recognized our newest member, Don Lachman, along
with Ronald Wilson and Tony Schick who were not present.
Larry Schick indicated
that he had worked on Pat Brothers with a well worded
guilt trip to get him to join the club as well.
Hopefully, that will
come to fruition.
Larry Schick said he is doing his best to have the
winter edition wrapped up in Mid-April.
He was waiting for his
co-editor to finish something else he was working on.
George Potter – his
life, cars etc., will be featured.
Dave Charvet indicated that he is now on the Forest
Grove Concours Advisory Committee.
They have been working
on shortening the list of classes and reducing the time
it takes to do the awards ceremony at the end of the
He proceeded to read
the shortened list of classes.
Matt said the 2020 show
will feature Jaguar and the theme will be Visions of
Not yet 100% sure what
John Imlay did a presentation on the ongoing expansion
at PDX airport which morphed into a general discussion
of the airport and how things work there.
The meeting was adjourned
around 7:50 pm.