MEMBERSHIP MEETING MINUTES –
JANUARY 3, 2019
CLASSIC CAR CLUB OF AMERICA
Members and guests present:
Howard Freedman, John Imlay, Larry Cox, Bill Price, Matt
& Karla Hackney, Bill Jabs, Roger & Chris Wooley
Due to light attendance, the
meeting was informally called to order at 6:55 pm by
Director Bill Jabs.
A motion was passed to dispense with the reading of the
minutes from the last meeting.
Treasurer Howard Freedman reported a gross bank balance
of $9,803.05 of which $2,100.00 remains to be paid out
for the fall tour leaving a net balance of $7,703.05.
There was some discussion regarding the health of some
of our members including Larry Schick, Roy Asbahr, and
intentionally left out of these minutes.
Matt mentioned the
passing of George Riehl and the disposition of his
Bill Jabs also
announced that his step-daughter is now engaged to Dave
Bill Jabs discussed the upcoming Valentine’s Brunch on
Cost will be the same
as last year, $32.50, and the flyer will be coming out
Nothing to report.
Bill asked if we have a specific two-day spring tour
Larry reviewed the
minutes from the planning meeting stating that the tour,
while not yet specifically laid out, would be around the
Eugene area to enable us to visit a restoration shop.
Bill said he would call
George Potter for some ideas.
Howard discussed the September
tour stating that he was still working on securing
lodging and facilities.
He plans to take a
preliminary run sometime in March.
Nothing to report.
Bill stated that Larry Schick would continue as our
editor along with his wife, however, Larry’s daughter
Laura would no longer be able to contribute due to her
very busy schedule.
The next issue of the
is in the works.
While there was nothing
specific that could be labeled as new or old business,
there was a fair amount of miscellaneous car talk.
Matt mentioned that Chris Cataldo
recently purchased a 1941 Packard 160 touring Sedan
Bill Jabs recently added
another to his collection, a 1933 Club Sedan which is
currently having some things done including a new vinyl
That work is being done
by a guy in Salinas, CA who apparently does very good
work and is reasonable… for California.
Bill mentioned that he got a call from Bob Earls who
indicated that The Bomber Restaurant in Milwaukie has a
private dining room that might work very well for our
It is conveniently
located for several members, so Bill suggested that we
meet there next month to try it out.
It was also noted that
the B-17G aircraft, for which the restaurant is famous,
is currently under restoration.
- Bill and Matt’s Excellent Adventure – The evening
concluded with a program by Bill Price and Matt Hackney
about their 1953 Packard Caribbeans.
John Imlay piloted the
slide show to accompany their spiel.
That slide presentation
will be posted on the website.
meeting was adjourned at 7:54 pm