MARCH 2, 2017 MEMBERSHIP MEETING MINUTES
OREGON REGION CLASSIC CAR CLUB OF AMERICA
Members and Guests present:
Robert & Frankie Douglas, Howard & Evelyn Freedman,
Rodger & Jan Eddy, Roy & Beverly Asbahr, Bill Jabs,
Chris Cataldo, Bill Price, Bob Earls, Matt Hackney and
Director Bill Jabs called the meeting to order at 7:00
pm and mentioned that the seat belt installation session
was coming up on March 11th at Freedmanís
garage and the Oregon Gardens tour was April 29th
A motion was passed to dispense with reading last
monthís meeting minutes.
Treasurer Howard Freedman reported a gross treasury
balance of $10,035.66 which when offset by $1,250 owing
for the Valentineís day brunch and $1,600 going for fall
tour payments leaves a net balance of $7,185.66.
Evelyn Freedman reported that Ray Dunford is home and
doing well but still using a walker to get around. She
said that Bev Smith was not doing well.
Bill Jabs said that the seat belt installation session
on March 11th at Freedmanís garage was set
for 10:00 am. He reminded those who are having belts
installed to bring the belts and all hardware.
Howard Freedman said that the annual CCCA Meeting would
be in Reno from March 29th thru April 2nd.
At present those that will be attending from our Oregon
chapter are: Potters, Freedmanís, Mitchelís and Jerry
Szerlip. Jerry will be taking one of his Packardís for
display in the Grand Classic.
Rodger Eddy gave us the agenda for the upcoming Oregon
Gardens tour on April 29th & 30th.
He said that we will meet at the Mt. Angel Abbey on
Saturday the 29th for lunch and a tour of
their fascinating library. We will go from there on to
the Oregon Gardens where we will be staying that evening
and then tour of the gardens on Sunday. It is expected
that we will have other car club members joining us on
Bill Jabs said that Sylvia Potter is planning for a
ladies tea that will be held on May 6th.
Membership Chairman Bill Price reported on our members
who have not yet paid their 2017 dues. Larry Cox said
that the 2017 membership directory is soon to be
published and he needs to know who is in and who is out
Howard Freedman reported that the Fall/September tour is
sold out with (20) cars and (38) people currently signed
up. He said that for the most part lodging
accommodations will be such that we will all be together
Newsletter Editor & Webmaster Report:
Neither Newsletter editor Larry Schick or Webmaster
George Potter were present but Bill Jabs commented on
what a great job they were both doing.
Old Business / New Business:
Rodger Eddy read a letter from Leanna Lee indicating an
interest in joining us on tours. Leanna and her late
husband were once members of Oregon CCCA.
Bill Jabs said that he is looking for people and
material for our monthly membership meeting programs.
Larry Cox offered to do a presentation on basic
troubleshooting of electrical system problems. Howard
Freedman suggested that Larry do his ignition system
presentation again and tape it for use on our website
and other CCCA educational opportunities.
Bill Jabs reminded us of the
upcoming April 6th thru 9th
Portland Swap Meet and a
journed the meeting at 7:35 pm.