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October Newsletter

Greetings fellow Club Members:

The Word “WOW” is defined in various ways: -- a sensational success; to impress and excite someone or group; expressing admiration – so I will let you choose which one, if not all, best describes the 36th All Ford Show hosted by your Club this past September 26! Led by Tim Forkum and supported by the most enthusiastic group of Club members ever, we made the “sun-shine” even in the rain. Without getting into numbers, let me state that it was a great success. In all 91 cars were on display plus an additional 20 Club member cars. The proceeds from the show and silent auction will enable the Club to fund additional monies to our MTSU Scholarship fund!

My thanks to all of the Club members who weathered the rain and came out to work and support the Show – from registration, judging, setting up and dismantling, auction and disc jockeying - It would not have been as successful without your support as well as those of our key sponsors: Award Source (Toby and Tina Thompson); Two Rivers Ford; Hunters Custom Automotive, Gateway Tires; Tennessee Speed Sport; MotorBooks; TransColor Photography; O’Reilly’s to name a few.

In addition, a thank you to West Wilson Middle School’s principal, Mr. Wendell Marlowe for allowing us the use of the campus. The paved parking area worked well to show off the many cars participating in this event, while the covered area provided much needed shelter during those pesky rain showers. Thanks to the school’s football team for keeping all participants well fed!

Thanks to some great photographers (Debbie Haggard, Doug Wright & William Warlick) we have many great photos of the show. I invite all to check out our facebook page to view them all. Many of them contain photos of Club members and our new Club banner – our thanks to Walt Nugent for coordinating this year’s Club Car Corral – although it took several of us to set up and dismantle, it will become a repeat event for future shows. I could go on and on with the thanks to many individuals, but you get the idea – the success of the Club and its events is measured by the level of support and participation of its members – thanks to all of you, we have enjoyed a successful year to date.

For those of you in attendance at our September Club meeting, Ms. Trisha Murphy, Assistant Director of Annual Giving, MTSU along with Ms. Shelbi Bruse, this year’s funding recipient, presented some interesting facts about MTSU and how our funding assists students. I invite you to read the short article on MTSU within this newsletter for some interesting facts.

Our sweatshirts are in and they look great. Give Ray Mailloux a shout or see him at the October 15 Club meeting to purchase one – choice of gray or blue.

This past week I sent out an email blast invitation for a Fall Cruise & Picnic to be lead by Jeff and Robin Billings on Saturday, October 17. The cruise will consist of driving to 4 various Tennessee parks and admiring the foliage. The drive will begin at Winstead Hill Park, Franklin, TN at 10:00 a.m. and conclude at Timberland Park on the Natchez Trail for lunch. Members will need to bring their own lunch and drinks.

Weather permitting, it should be a fun trip – so let Jeff or me know if we should expect you for this fun foliage trip.

In closing, please remember to send to Kevin or me any articles, news events of interest, stories of trips you have taken, projects you are working on as well as any items wanted or for sale. All must be in Kevin’s hand no later than the Saturday prior to our monthly Club meeting (or sooner) in order to be inserted in the newsletter. The newsletter is your “vehicle” to communicate to other Club members what is happening in your world.

Take care and drive safe!!


October “Mustang Trivia”

Question: In what year did Ford proclaim, “the BOSS is back”?

Answer: In 1982 Ford claimed “the BOSS is back” with the return of the 5.0 Liter V*.

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