May 2007

Our third year as a reinstated Chapter began in January with our annual Anniversary/Holiday party. Members and their families shared a fun evening with plenty of delicious food, fellowship and a fun gift exchange. In February we met at a Dayton restaurant for dinner and in March we toured Nick Peths private muscle car and memorabilia collection in Lytle, Ohio followed by dinner at a nearby restaurant.

Board of Directors and Officers for 2007 are: President: John Hugentober, Vice President: Donna Foland, Secretary: Lisa Burba, Treasurer and Membership Chairman: Michael Moore, Sgt-At-Arms: Vince Lasher, Director and TePee Talk Editor: Bonnie Moore and Director and Webmaster: Tracy Hugentober.

Our third annual car show will be held on Sunday, August 5th at Bill Delord Autocenter, 917 Columbus Ave. (S.R. 42) in Lebanon, OH. Our first two shows were a huge success and this year we hope the event will continue to grow beyond the 114 cars we had last year. This years event will be opened to Cadillacs as well as Buicks, Oldsmobiles and Pontiacs. We will again have childrens activities and goodie bags and dash plaques for the first 100 entries. For more information on the show contact Show Co-Chairmen Donna Foland: Donna@sobcpoci.com and Mike Moore at moore1@fuse.net. We are pleased to welcome our newest members: Rick and Cary Wolking of Erlanger, Kentucky, James and Shirley Zimmerman of Minster, Ohio and John & Marilyn Richards of Tipp City, Ohio!

Chapter Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month at Fuddruckers, 8850 Kingsridge Dr. in Miamisburg, Ohio (In the Dayton Mall vicinity). We are actively seeking new members and visitors are welcome at any meeting. We are a family oriented group and have at least one planned activity each month. For information about joining the Southern Ohio Buckeye Chapter contact Michael Moore, 3094 Patsie Drive, Beavercreek, OH 45434; Phone: (937) 431-1593 or email inquires to: moore1@fuse.net Check us out at www.sobcpoci.com

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