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OK, you have your carb primed and we all know you have a good, hot spark. But you're still not sure if you should pull the rope and join. To help you decide if AOMC is right for you, here is a schedule of some of our upcoming events. We sincerely hope you can find an event close to home. Bring the family, we'd love to meet them too.

If you are a member and plan on attending a meet, please bring a friend along!

If you decide to attend one of the meets, please drop the contact person a line to let them know you are coming and also so that they may let you know of any last minute changes.  They would also be delighted to answer any questions you might have concerning the meet or the Club.

  2015 Events

Date / Place
Place
Description
Sponsoring Chapter
Contact Information
May 15, 16, 17, 2015 Mossyrock, WA

At Lake Mayfield Resort on Lake Mayfield, 12 miles east of I-5 on US Hwy 12.
Lake Mayfield Spring Wet Meet
Wet

RV Spaces, camping, cabins and rooms available. Restaurant on site. Bring your boat and motors to run, to show and to sell.

Puget Sounders Jerry Bell

(206) 362-9137



May 15, 16, & 17, 2015 North Webster, Indiana

The meet is held on beautiful Lake Webster. Located on SR13 about 10 miles north of US30. Turn east on Himes Street to the city park, can't miss it.
Lake Webster Spring Meet
Formal

On Friday, the 16th, we will again meet at "The Ye Olde Pub" for dinner. There will be no set up or display on Friday but if you arrive early, you can launch your boat and enjoy the lake. Saturday is the big day of scheduled events. There is a boat ramp is provided and the docking for boats located at the park. The huge swap and sell area is located either in the parking lot or in front of the shelter. The display area under the Pavilion with awards given out for Favorite Antique motor, Classic motor and Boat/Motor Combo. What a beautiful lake to run your boat and lunch will again be a cook out so we are asking members to bring something to share, a covered dish, dessert or whatever. The Emmett Walls Trophy will be awarded to the 30 cubic inch or larger outboard so get those

Michiana Richard White
richardsrelics@mediacombb.net
260-585-9905

Dave Tranter
jdtranter@kcaccess.com
260-213-1945

May 15 & 16, 2015 Lake Shipp, Winter Haven, Florida

City Park on Lake Shipp. From Hwy 27, take Cypress Gardens Blvd. towards Winter Haven and continue to Hwy. 17. Turn left at the intersection of Hwy. 17, cross over the bridge and turn Right onto Lake Shipp Dr. and follow it to the park. The park is on the right approx. 1 mile.
Lake Shipp

Theme of the meet is Single Cylinder Motors. Awards will be presented. Friday lunch, cruise to the "Idle Zone Grill", Friday Dinner at Ruby Tuesday's, Saturday Lunch catered by Woody's Barbecue. YOU MUST RSVP for Friday's Dinner and Saturday's lunch!!!! RSVP to Jeff Gomersall, 561-718-1867 or e-mail to jgomersall@yahoo.com



Florida Jeff Gomersall
jgomersall@yahoo.com
561-718-1867

George Emmanuel
gemmanuel@bellsouth.net
3520378-5172

May 16, 2015 Louisville, Tennessee, 37777

Louisville Point Park, From Knoxville, Hwy 129 to Topside to Louisville Rd to Cox Rd. From Lenoir City: Hwy 321 to Hwy 333 to Cox Rd. Louisville Point Park .. GPS .. 3298 Cox RD., Louisville, TN. 37777.
1st Bi-Annual Henry Champagney Mem. Meet
Dry

Hi Guys and Girls, Well this will be the first Bi-Annual Henry Champagney Memorial meet, since Henry's passing last Fall. We are thriving to Carry on a tradition that Henry Started years ago ... It was always great to meet up with fellow members from our surrounding states and especially the FeatherCraft Club who usually has a flotilla on Fridays ... and our dry swap meet on Saturday .. The pavilion has been leased for the whole day (Donations appreciated to cover exp.) So we will have a dry place to set up, eat and mingle if the weather does not cooperate ... Hope to see all of our neighboring clubs from Ga, Ala. Carolina's, Ky, ... Henry Would Be Proud !!

South Eastern Outboarders TK Walker
oldoutboardbarn@aol.com
615-347-8277



May 16, 2015 Rockford, IL

Rock Cut State Park, Machesney Park, IL
Rock Cut State Park Wet Meet
Swap

Here's your chance to test run your winter projects! Whose engine will run best or go fastest/slowest??? 10 HP limit. Bring engines and parts to sell/swap.

Motorheads Dave Wilson
dswilson1@comcast.net
815 961 0761



May 16, 2015 (RAIN DATE, May 17) Windham, ME

248 Sandbar Rd, Windham, Maine
Doug Davies' Meet
Wet

Arrive anytime after 8a.m. Bring your own lunch, or pick some up locally. Bring stuff to swap, sell, or give away. Nice sandy beach, easy private access launch.

For meet information

Pine Tree Boating Club Doug Davies

207-239-4523



Saturday May 16, 2015 Okauchee, WI

Oconomowoc Area Antique & Classic Boat and Motor Swap Meet and Show located at the Okauchee Lions Park. N48 W34350 East Wisconsin Ave. Okauchee, WI 53069. East of Oconomowoc,on the corner of East Wisconsin Ave. and Sawyer Road, just off Hwy 16.
Okauchee Antique & Classic Show
Informal

Bring boats & motors to show, sell & trade. Large Pavilion & restrooms on site. Brats, dogs etc. will be grilled for a small donation.



Click Here for Midwest Chapter Events Page

Midwest Dan Johnson
aomcimidwest@gmail.com
262-607-0900



May 16, 2015 Lake St. Louis, MO,

Call Dale Roth for directions @ (636)-240-4703
Meet Me at Lake St. Louis
Wet

Very good place to run your rig. Great dock space to view boats. Good place to display your motors. Come join us.

Twin Rivers Dale Roth

636-240-4703

Joe Roth
pjroth@madisontelco.com
618-655-0747

May 23, 2015 Traverse City, Michigan

Killingsworth Park GPS or Google maps address 2773 Chandler Road Traverse City, Mi
Traverse City
Informal

Old Outboard Motor informal Meet Bring motors to show and items to swap Test tank available Donation for rolls and coffee to cover rental Cruse on Spider Lake after the meet

Edgar A Bringman
ebringman@aol.com
231-409-4112

Ken Robinson
fullgarages@chartermi.net

Sunday, May 24th, 2015 Near Paw Paw, Michigan

At the home of Frank & Marilyn Erion, 44340 Woodman Drive, Paw Paw, MI 49079. Use this address with your GPS or on the internet to get directions or contact Frank at 269-720-1337 or fderion@msn.com for directions.
Lake Cora Wet Meet
Formal

The site has 300 feet of lake frontage and the lake has a sand bottom. Wet meet with no running of racing boats and motors, outboard high performance craft and open exhaust. There is no boat ramp on site but a ramp at the access site across the lake on Hill Drive can be used for launching larger boats (once on Hill Drive, follow signs to Oak Cove Resort to find the launch... Frank's home is just under a mile from the boat launch by water); smaller boats can be lifted into the water at the meet site. Saturday evening arrivals after 4:00PM are OK for those that want to assist with the meet set-up. Overnight camping permitted on Saturday & Sunday evenings on site... note that there are no hook-ups; all types of campers can be accommodated (tents, trailers, RV's, etc.). There is an outhouse on site. Theme: Mercury motors (non-racing & racing). Peoples' Choice show motor competition in 10 categories + 2 Best of Show categories; every motor that is entered will win a ribbon; don't forget to bring your own motor stands; theme motors are preferred. There will be a Parade of Boats with Peoples' Choice voting on Best Theme Boat & Motor Combo (racing boats & motors and high performance craft excluded), Oldest Running Motor on a Boat and Best Running Theme Motor on a Boat. There will be a scenic pontoon boat ride for the ladies. Flea Market sales on Sunday only. Lunch will be provided on Sunday for a $6 donation; breakfast on Sunday & Monday is at your expense but you can join host Frank Erion at the historic local Teapot Dome Restaurant (less than a mile north on Highway 51 from I-94); anyone requiring dinner on Saturday or Sunday is on their own. A bonfire can be built on Sunday night for those that stay over. No dogs allowed at this event. The meet is 4 miles from the Village of Paw Paw; there are 2 motels in the village; the St. Julian Winery is a popular local attraction and they offer daily tours with wine tasting; contact Frank for directions. Please support this event by attending! And don't forget that this meet is on a Sunday!



Wolverine Frank Erion
fderion@msn.com
269-720-1337



May 30, 2015 Mays Landing, NJ

From Philadelphia: I-676 S/N South Fwy S toward Camden Waterfront. Merge onto I-76 E/N South Fwy S via the exit on the left. Keep left to take I-76 E/N South Fwy S toward Del Mem Br.Stay straight to go onto NJ-42 S/N South Fwy S. Stay straight to go onto Atlantic City Expy E (Portions toll). Take the NJ-54 exit, EXIT 28, toward Vineland/HAMMONTON. Merge onto 12th St/NJ-54 toward Vineland/FOLSOM. Turn left onto Mays Landing Rd/NJ-73. Continue to follow Mays Landing Rd. Turn slight right onto 8th St.Turn left onto Black Horse Pike/US-322 E.Turn right onto County Hwy-559/Weymouth Rd. Turn right onto Old Harding Hwy/County Hwy-606. Turn right onto US-40 W/Harding Hwy.6303 HARDING HWY is on the right.
Mays Landing Spring Meet
Wet

May 30, 2015 Mays Landing, Lake Lenape, NJ 6303 Harding Highway in Mays Landing, NY 08330. Jim Purcell [302] 563-2375 will be our host for this event. Lake Lenape features a great dock, a spacious beach area, ample parking and immaculate washrooms and showers. The event begins at 8 am with coffee and donut and will include the ample opportunity to swap and chat. This year’s theme, for the club’s 50th anniversary, is “Outboards over the Years”. Awards will be given to the judge’s favorite motor in each decade; teens, 20’s, 30’s, 40’s, 50’s and 60’s. Preference will be given to running motors. All are encouraged to dress in appropriate clothes for the years of your motors. On water events include Double Trouble and Handicap Derby. Registration from 8 am – 11 am. $7 registration fee includes lunch.

Knuckle Busters Jim Purcell
purcells2@comcast.net
302.563.2375



June 5,6, & 7, 2015 Azilda, Ont.

Once again we have booked the pavillion and building at the Beautiful White Water Lake park in The Sudbury Community of Azilda. Here is a link to the park info:



and all the info on the lake itself:

Whitewater Lake Splashdown
Formal

I am going to officially call this a weekend meet this year. The campground can accommodate anything from tents to motorhomes and there are a few nearby motels. There is a $10.00 registration fee to cover the facility fees. Camping rates are aprx $35.00 per night with electric and water connections on each site. From noon Friday I will be on site so early birds can enjoy boating or fishing or simply hanging around chatting at the campsite. Saturday we have the pavillion for displays and the building available to us if the weather doesn't co-operate. A large parking lot is just in front of the building for a swap area with the boat launches and trailer parking lot just a short walk away. We will be able to pull boats up just to the side of the beach for easy motor changes and going for rides. There will be a BBQ lunch of hot dogs for a nominal cost. At 4pm we will depart for lake cruise led by Richard Paquette and if the water levels are up we will go up Levy Creek through a wetlands with lots of birds and the occasional beaver. A potluck dinner will be held around 6:30pm so bring something to share. After dinner a campfire will be held on my campsite with marshmallows to roast. Sunday will just be a day for boating and relaxing.

For more information
Great Northern Al Lockhart
goa@personainternet.com
705 690 4580

Richard Paquette
richard@richardlpaquette.ca
705 698 7443

June 6 & 7, 2015 Standish, ME

469 River Rd, Standish, Maine 04084
Spring Saco River Run
Wet

Two days of boating on a beautiful stretch of the river. Privately owned campsite reserved for our group. Private boat launch. Race boats, and all others, welcomed at this meet! Come one day, both days, camp overnight!

CLICK HERE for Meet info

Pine Tree Boating Club Lincoln Davis

207-832-0351

Bud Bowley

207-721-2725

June 6, 2015 Hamlin, NY

Hamlin Fireman's Field, Lake Rd (Rt.19), Hamlin, NY 14464
Directions:
From Niagara Falls: Take Rt 18 East to Rt 19 North. Turn left onto Rt 19 and The Hamlin Fire Dept. is a 1/2 of a mile on the left after crossing over Rt. 18. Enter at the Cruise-In entrance.(Hamlin Volunteer Ambulance parking lot)
From Buffalo or Albany: Take the NYS Thruway to Exit 47. After passing through the toll booths, exit to the right. After crossing over the bridge, turn right on to Rt. 19 North. Travel approx 25 miles on Rt. 19 North into the Town of Hamlin. The Hamlin Fire Dept. is a 1/2 of a mile on the left after crossing over Rt. 18. Enter at the Cruise-In entrance.(Hamlin Volunteer Ambulance parking lot)
From Rochester: Take Rt 390 North to the Hamlin Beach Exit. Merge onto the Lake Ontario State Parkway proceed approx. 15 miles at turn left at the Rt. 19 exit. Travel approx. 5 miles on Rt. 19 south into the Town of Hamlin. The Hamlin Fire Dept. is a 1/2 of a mile on the right after the "Y"(Rt 19 & Rt. 360). Enter at the Cruise-in entrance.(Hamlin Volunteer Ambulance parking lot)

18th Annual Hamlin Wheel Fest Cruise-In
Formal, Dry, Swap, Display

The 18th Annual Hamlin Wheel Fest Cruise-In & Antique/Classic Outboard Motor/Boat Display & Swap Meet presented by Monroe Extinguisher Company, Rochester, NY and Co-Sponsored by Spurr Dealerships and Mann Insurance Agency both of Brockport. Music by: Amazing Sound (courtesy of Mann Insurance Agency, Brockport, NY). Goodie Bags & Dash Plaques for 1st 150 Car Entries, Award Plaques, loads of door prizes! Boating participants of the Western New York Chapter-AOMCI Antique/Classic Outboard Motor/Boat display will be eligible for trophies in the following categories: Best Outboard Motor, Best Wooden Boat, & Best Non-Wooden Boat in addition the door prizes. The 1st 10 Outboard Motor/Boat Entires will receive a Goodie Bag and a Dash Plaque. The entire front lawn area has been set aside for boats and motors. The Hamlin Wheel Fest Cruise-In & Antique/Classic Outboard Motor/Boat Display is open to the Public with NO Admission Fee and begins at 10am and wraps up by 4pm, but the festival continues until 10pm. Again this year is the WNY-AOMCI Chapter is hosting an Outboard Motor/Boat Swap Meet during the event. Information will constantly be updated on our website in the events section, so be sure to check back often! For more information, contact Jason Baxter at (585)-366-4528 leave message or e-mail: wnyaomci@yahoo.com Maps for this great event are provided on our website or by clicking HERE. Restroom facilities are located on-site.





Western New York Jason Baxter
wnyaomci@yahoo.com
585-366-4528


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June 6, 2015 Antioch, IL

Stietz's Resort, 25400 West Bluff Road, Antioch, Il
Stietz Cruise and Swap
Swap

Cruise the chain with other Motorheads. Swap meet and lunch at Stietz's Resort



Motorheads Vince Heywood
heywoodracing@comcast.net
847-533-2679



June 6, 2015 Castile, NY 14427

Silver Lake State Park, NY June 6, 4229 W Lake Road, Castile, NY 14427 South west end of Silver Lake. Near Perry, NY
Spring Dust off
Informal

Hosted by Paradise Boat Works. wet, swap, informal Usually many North East "Fiberglassic" members and boats attend. Vehicles will have to pay $6.00 to enter park. Large grassy area to display. Two launches, limited dock space. Toilets and water on-site. Bring lunch, or good lunch restaurant right across the lake.

CLICK HERE for FLC Website



Finger Lakes Tim Calmes
toystorage@frontier.com
585-493-5073

Jerry Hargrave
k1c1c2@aol.com
please use email

June 6th, 2015 North Liberty, Iowa

I-380 to Exit 4/ North Liberty. Travel East on County Road F28/West Penn St(3.5 miles). Turn left on North Front Street, also known as Mehaffey Bridge Road(4.6 miles). Turn left on Cottage Reserve Road NE. Turn right on Sail Boat Road. Welcome to the show.
Lake Macbride Antique Outboard Show
Informal

This is the 13th Annual Summer Meet at Lake Macbride. Meet headquarters is at the sailboat ramp. BYO lunch. Bring your boat for a cruise at 1:00PM. This is an in water meet with the running of old motors and on land displays and swap meet. Lake Macbride has a 10hp limit and a 5mph speed limit. A great place to run small boats and motors. Rest rooms on site. Large parking area and a four lane ramp. With launching docks and a long dock to tie up your boat in between cruises.

Hawkeye Perry Wendel

319-848-4394



June 12, 13, 14, 2015 Baker Lake, WA

At Spring Creek Campground, on Baker Lake, at the foot of Mt. Baker. 30 miles east of I-5, on Hwy 20, turn north at the "Baker Lake" sign, then go 20 miles to the Campground site.
Baker Lake Wet Meet
Wet

RV spaces and camping spaces only are availabale at the site. Motels are available in the Town of Concrete, WA, 20 miles away. Bring your own food.

Puget Sounders Jerry Bell

(206) 362-9137



June 13, 2015 Chaumont Bay, NY

Large grassy area to display Two launches. limited dock space. Toilets on site. Lunch by hosts with contibution. Usually calm mornings and evenings. Can be rough mid day.
Hyatts, Chaumont Bay meet
Wet

Large grassy area to display. Two launches. limited dock space. Toilets on site. Lunch by hosts with contibution. Usually calm mornings and evenings. Can be rough mid day.

CLICK HERE for FLC Website
Finger Lakes Don Hyatt
outbored@aol.com
585-703-5735

Jerry Hargrave
k1c1c2@aol.com
please use email

Saturday, June 13, 2015 Spring Lake, Michigan

Mill Point Park in the Village of Spring Lake on the Grand River. From the east: Take I-96 west to Exit 9 on left for M-104, Spring Lake. Continue 6.5 miles west on M-104 through the Village of Spring Lake and look for signs at School Street on south side of the road. From the north or south: Take US-31 to Exit 104-A for M-104, Spring Lake. From the end of the exit, continue 0.4 mile on M-104 and look for signs at School Street on south side of the road.
Spring Lake Wet Meet
Formal

1st Annual Antique & Classic Outboard Motor Show at Mill Point Park in Spring Lake, Michigan. The public is welcome at this free event that will run from 9:00AM until 3:00PM. Bring those old outboard motors and parts to sell at the swap meet or come and buy those parts you've been looking for to complete your own restoration. View the displays of club members' restored antique and classic outboard boats and motors and watch them on the Grand River. Join in the fun in the Peoples' Choice show motor competion and vote for your favorite displays. There will be a special award for the best outboard boat and motor combo. Other events will include a "How Slow Can You Go?" Contest (running outboards at idle in a barrel), and a demonstration of 100 year old "rowboat" motors running on the river. Marco's Pizza will offer Pizza by the slice as well as a menu with subs and salads available. Bring or buy your own beverages (no alcohol allowed). Bring the whole family and enjoy this event with us. No dogs allowed. For additional information call Amy or Noel Harrington at 231-744-1382.

Wolverine Amy or Noel Harrington
harringtona@frontier.com
231-744-1382



June 13, 2015 Ortonville, MI

Big Fish Lake, State Park Directions…..From I-75 … Take Baldwin Rd. (exit #84) north to Oakwood Rd (aprox. 12 miles), turn left (west) on to Oakwood, follow Oakwood to North Hadley Rd (4 ½ miles) turn right (north), go about 2 miles, Big Fish Lake will be on your right. For more information, contact Joe Brincat 248-478-0808 or fixerjo@sbcglobal.net
Big Fish Lake - Spring Meet
Informal

Come on out, bring your boat and run the winter cob webs out of that motor. Big Fish Lake is in the Ortonville State Recreation Area. All vehicles must display a current Michigan “Recreation Passport” license plate sticker or pay a day use fee to enter. No “open exhaust” or loud motors on this lake. There will be no open swap and sell at this meet as this activity is not allowed in the State Recreation area. There is a nice picnic area near complete with a shelter and rest rooms. No lunch will be provided, but feel free to bring your picnic basket. Last year’s September meet was a big success we many boats on the water… looking forward to a repeat this spring.

Great Lakes Joe Brincat
fixerjo@sbcglobal.net
248-478-0808



June 13, 2015 Reidsville, NC.

Lake Reidsville address is 630 Water Works Road Reidsville NC. Travel south ( 5.2 miles from Reidsville) on Bus.RT 29, turn right on Rt 2435(Water Works Rd.) to the Reidsville Park #630
Scott Bogue
Wet

The 750 acre lake has a boat ramp and docking facilities. Picnic shelter and space for swapping parts ,engines and stories is close to the dock. In the park food concession and restrooms also available. Small park fee.

For more information

Carolinas Scott Bogue
scott.aomci@gmail.com
336-375-4247



June 20, 2015 Fort Loramie, Ohio

4401 Ft. Loramie Swanders Road, Minster, Ohio 45865
Lake Loramie Meet
Formal

The meet is located on Lake Loramie on Earl's Island at the pavilion. Plenty of parking, great boat ramp and a huge pavilion to display motors.



For more Park information:


Michiana Steve Shaltry

937-548-2486



Sunday, June 21, 2015 Horicon, WI

River's Bend Park
Summer Fun in the Sun
Informal

River's Bend Park in downtown Horicon is a great venue--the perfect place to run antique outboards on a quiet river. There are launch facilities, picnic tables, a pavilion in case of rain (IT WON'T!!),real bathrooms with running water close by, sufficient parking and space for displaying motors, and grills for Tom to cook the meal ($5 donation please). He'll even bring donuts and coffee for early comers!

Winnebagoland Tom Thuerwachter
oldprops@yahoo.com
920-923-1827



June 27, 2015 Elkhorn, WI

Lauderdale Landing, 5625 West Shore Drive, Elkhorn, WI
Lauderdale Lakes Cruise'n Swap Meet
Swap

Motorheads and Prop Dusters joint meet. Cruise the lakes, bring engines and parts to sell and/or swap. Lunch at Lauderdale Landing.



Motorheads Jeff Hagstotz
jhagstotz@sbcglobal.net
630-844-1051



June 27, 2015 near Harrisburg, Mo

From Columbia, Mo, go north on Highway 63 apx 12 miles to highway 124 West. Turn left. From Moberly, Mo, go south about 18 miles to highway 124 west. Turn right. On Highway 124 go about 3 miles, turn right on Oak Grove School Road. Go 1.5 miles, turn right on Gruender Lane. In about 100 yards turn right on the second drive, just past the double mailboxes.
9th Annual Gruender Lake Meet
Display

9th annual Gruender Lake Meet and 3 hp race. There is room to display or sell. This is a small lake with a concrete boat ramp. Any size boat is welcome, but you can't go fast very long. We will have 3 races. First is a timed event, run one boat at a time for stock motors that are under 4 HP. Plaques for the first 3 places. Second is a race of any motor that started as less than 4 HP, any modifications allowed. 1 plaque for best time. 3Ed is a match race, using the times from the first two, running two boats at a time. Handicaped by the difference in time from the first races. A trophy will be awarded.

Twin Rivers Gene Gruender
austin.sailor@yahoo.com
512-680-3599



July 4, 2015 Algonac, MI

Algonac City Park... downtown Algonac on M-28
Algonac 76th Annual Pickerel Festival
Informal

Members of AOMCI and the Great Lakes Chapter are again invited by the Algonac Maritime Museum to display motors and boats at the Algonac city park on Saturday July 4th. This will be a one day display at “Riverside Park” in Algonac, directly across the street from the Maritime Museum. The location is right on M-29 in downtown Algonac. Set –up will be prior to 10 AM and plan on staying until about 5 PM. This meet is a great opportunity to show your collection to the general public, generate interest in our hobby and club…and perhaps gain some “barn find” motor leads. For more information, contact Lee Holland (810)-794-2819

Great Lakes Lee Holland

810-794-2819

Joe Brincat
fixerjo@sbcglobal.net
248-478-0808

July 10, 11, 12, 2015 Port Angeles, WA

At Log Cabin Resort, on Lake Crescent, 17 miles west of Port Angeles, WA, on US Hwy 101, in the Olympic National Park.
Lake Crescent Trophy Meet
Wet

Bring your boat and motors to run, to display and to sell. Bring a home made trophy for our trophy awards. All of our motors will be judged and our home made awards will be presented. RV sites, cabins and tenting sites are available. There is a restaurant on site. Make Reservations early.

Puget Sounders Jerry Bell

(206) 362-9137



July 10th, 11th and 12th, 2015 Constantine, Michigan

Constantine is located on US 131 in the heart of bustling Constantine Michigan. Watch for the signs as US 131 has been re-routed as a bypass for Constantine. 65079 US-131 BUS, Constantine, MI 49042
Constantine Super Meet
Formal

This is the Super Meet in the Midwest. Located on the St. Joe River at the Constantine American Legion grounds. Plenty of activities to make this a meet not to miss. Cup-O-Gas, How slow can you go, several tech sessions on how to do tips and tricks, huge display area and a tremendous swap and sell area. Plenty of shoreline to dock your boat and a ramp to use. Awards will be given out for display motors and boats. Banquet/awards dinner will be Saturday after the huge motor auction under the tree by the registration tent. More to follow.



CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION FORM

Michiana Dave and Roberta Cornett
dcgofish@localnet.com
765-659-4219



July 11, 2015 Fox Lake, IL

Fast Freddie's, Pistakee Lake, 510 Patuk Avenue, Fox Lake, IL
Motorheads/Blackhawk Chapter ACBS meet
Display

Wood boat displays on land and in the water. Bring engines and parts to sell/swap. Lunch available at Fast Freddies.

Motorheads Paul Miller
pmillerclu@sbcglobal.net
630-235-8003



July 18, 2015 Edgewood, Maryland

Flying Point Park. From IS 95 (Edgewood exit)south on route 24 (Emmorton Rd)to left on Edgewood Rd (MD 755). Go 2 3/4 miles to left on Willoughby Beach Rd. Turn left onto Flying Point Park Rd. Go 1/2 mile to Kennard Ave and left into park.
Flying Point Park Summer Splash
Formal

The Old Bay Chapter annual wet formal meet. Large swap and sell area with separate display motor judging space. Bring your boat for the on water events or just enjoy cruising the beautiful Bush river. Plenty of free parking and on site restrooms. Small donation for use of the park and excellent lunch. Always a great turnout. Best meet in Maryland. Don't miss this one.

Old Bay Frank Vaccaro

443 372-5404



Sat., July 18, 2015, 8:30am -2pm Thomson, IL,

On Hwy 84 near Thomson, IL go to 3 Mile Road and go west. Go to the end of the road and turn left (south) on Riverview Road. Go to Grandview and turn right. At the end of the street turn right on to Grandview Place. Follow the signs.
Mississippi River Meet in Thomson, IL
Display

Welcome to the Mississippi River Meet in Thomson, IL. The Motorheads of IL/WI and the Hawkeye Chapter of IA are invited. The meet goes from 8:30am-2pm. The meet is at my house, and lunch is provided. The house is on a beautiful part of the Mississippi River, and you can come and enjoy my boating man cave. You can also bring your boat and run it on the River from a boat ramp just north of my house. I will have a test barrel and a 12 ft. Sea Maid boat for use. I have display tents in case of rain. Call or email if you have questions. Please RSVP to Ron Campana by July 10, 2015.

Motorheads Ron Campana
riverhouse44@yahoo.com
815-690-9766



August 1, 2015 Detroit, MI

Driving Directions… Were … The Dossin Great Lakes Museum , 100 Strand Dr., Detroit, MI 48207 From the South: via I-75, exit to Southbound M-10 (Lodge X-way)- passing under Cobo Hall. Continue onto East bound Jefferson Ave 2 .5 miles. Turn right (south) onto E Grand Blvd and the Belle Isle Bridge. Once on the island, bear to the right, follow the road around the south end of the island, 2.0 miles… following the signs to the Dossin Museum. From the North: via I-94, exit to south bound I-75, continue to I-375. At the end of I-375, left turn onto East bound Jefferson Ave. Continue on Jefferson 2 miles. Turn right (south) onto E Grand Blvd and the Belle Isle Bridge. Once on the island, bear to the right, follow the road around the south end of the island, 2.0 miles… following the signs to the Dossin Museum. From the West: via I-96, exit to northbound I-75, then exit to southbound M-10 (Lodge X-way)- passing under Cobo Hall. Continue onto East bound Jefferson Ave 2.5 miles. Turn right (south) onto E Grand Blvd and the Belle Isle Bridge. Once on the island, bear to the right, follow the road around the south end of the island, 2.0 miles… following the signs to the Dossin Museum. From Canada ah’: via the Ambassador Bridge. Go East on Fort Street 1.9 miles - Turn right on to Griswald St. - go three blocks to Jefferson Ave – turn left . Follow Jefferson 2.4 miles - Turn right (south) onto E Grand Blvd and the Belle Isle Bridge. Once on the island, bear to the right, follow the road around the south end of the island, 2.0 miles… following the signs to the Dossin Museum.
Dossin Great Lakes Museum
Informal

Great Lakes Chapter will be hosting an historic gathering of antique and classic outboard motors on the grounds of the Dossin Great Lakes Museum on Belle Isle State Park. This will be the first time that an event of this nature has been held at the museum, a part of the Detroit Historical Museum system. The event will be a dry meet with motor display and swap and sell area. This is a non- judged event, however special commemorative participant recognition ribbons will be awarded to display motors. The theme will be “Made in Michigan” outboards with particular focus on Waterman and Caille brands. Aside from the better known brands such as Waterman, Caille, Chris Craft, Lockwood and Clarke there were no less than 33 other “Made in Michigan” motors. So, we hope to have a good turnout of historic “Michigan” motors. Ample parking is immediately adjacent to the museum. An area separate from the general parking is reserved for the swap and sell, however space is limited so contact Charlie Schmidt to reserve a swap space. This meet will be open to the public as part of the museum’s activities program. There should be plenty of opportunities to interface with the public, answer questions and discuss the history and workings of your motors. The Dossin Museum is a “gem”, located on Detroit’s historic Belle Isle, in the Detroit river on the shore of the world’s busiest commercial shipping channel. You have a view of down town Detroit and a close-up of the huge lake freighters traversing the river. Belle Isle is now a Michigan State Park. Michigan registered vehicles require a MI Recreation Passport tag to enter the park. Non – Michigan vehicles must purchase a daily pass costing $9. Both types of passes are available at the park headquarters. Attendees at the meet will have free access to the Dossin Museum, Belle Isle Conservatory, Aquarium and Nature Zoo. Food will be available on site from a concession vendor. For the convenience of meet attendees there will be an onsite food vendor. The motor display area will be outdoors under canopies. For additional information and to reserve a swap space, please contact Charlie Schmidt… phone (586)-463-4456 or e-mail Cschmidth@aol.com

Great Lakes Charlie Schmidt
Cschmidth@aol.com
586-463-4456

Joe Brincat
fixerjo@sbcglobal.net
248-478-0808

Aug. 5, 6, 7, and 8, 2015 Tomahawk, WI

Sara Park 900 W. Somo Tomahawk, WI
AOMCI Tomahawk Internationals
Formal

This year the Northwoods Chapter will be hosting one of the AOMCI's International Meets celebrating the AOMCI's 50th year. We are expecting a large turnout of AOMCI's members to come and take an active part in this meet.
2015 TOMAHAWK INTERNATIONAL MEET SCHEDULE AOMCI NORTHWOODS CHAPTER 2015 TOMAHAWK INTERNATIONALS AUG. 5, 6, 7 & 8 TOMAHAWK, WISCONSIN SARA PARK

Wed. Aug. 5

8:00am - earliest set-up time

8:00am - 5:00pm Registration

Thurs. Aug 6

8:00am - 5:00pm Registration

8:00am - 10:00am Open running (clinic to be announced)

*10:00am - 11:00am MERC KF5/MARK 5 EVENT (ELIMINATIONS IF NEEDED) FOLLOWED BY FINALS

11:00am - 1:00pm Open running

*1:00pm - 2:00pm MOD ZEPHYR EVENT

2:00pm - 3:00pm Open running

*3:00pm - 4:00pm 5HP TS, TN, TD STOCK JOHNSON EVENT

Open running the rest of the day

All day - Swap meet

All day - set up displays, test motors

*6:00pm CRUISE FOLLOWED BY BOAT PARADE AROUND WATER SKI SHOW AREA AND A HOT DOG COOK-OUT FOR THE PARTICIPANTS OF THIS ACTIVITY

NOTE: ARENA WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 8:00PM

Fri. Aug. 7

8:00am - 5:00pm Registration

8:00am - 10:00am Open running (clinic to be announced)

*10:00am - 11:00am STOCK ZEPHYR (ELIMINATIONS IF NEEDED) FOLLOWED BY THE FINALS

*11:00am - 12:00pm OLDEST RUNNING OUTBOARD EVENT

*1:00pm - ?????? 4TH ANNUAL BESS EVINRUDE MEMORIAL ICE CREAM RUN

All day - Swap meet

All day - Set up displays, test motors

NOTE: ARENA WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 8:00PM

Sat. Aug. 8

8:00am - Noon Registration

8:00am -10am Open running (clinic to be announced)

*10:00am - 11:00am PREDICTED LOG

Open running the rest of the day

All day - Swap meet

All day - Set up displays, test motors

5:00pm - Meet ends

7:00pm - Banquet

NOTE: Open exhaust may run all 4 days

MEMBERS MAY VOTE AT ANY TIME STARTING THURS. BUT VOTING MUST BE COMPLETED BY NOON 12:00PM ON SATURDAY

For more information call Bob Dalle Ave 715-356-5649.



CLICK HERE for Northwoods Chapter Website

Northwoods Bob Dalle Ave

715-356-5649



August 22, 2015 Mt. Clemens, MI

GIBRALTAR TRADE CENTER 237 N. RIVER ROAD, MT. CLEMENS, MICHIGAN 48043 I-94 (Exit 237) & North River Rd From the SOUTH - (Detroit): Take I-94 NORTH to Exit 237, North River Rd. Turn Right when you get off the Interstate and follow the signs. Your destination is on the right side seconds from the off ramp.237 N. RIVER ROAD, MT. CLEMENS, MI 48043 From The NORTH - (Port Huron): Your Goal is to get on I-94 South to Exit 237. Turn Right when you get off the Interstate and follow the signs. Your destination is on the right side seconds from the off ramp.237 N. RIVER ROAD, MT. CLEMENS
Gibraltar Outboard and Boat Show
Formal

CLASSIC / ANTIQUE OUTBOARD MOTOR & BOAT SHOW SWAP MEET, AUCTION, OUTBOARD MOTOR & BOAT SHOW SATURDAY AUGUST 22nd, 2015 GIBRALTAR TRADE CENTER 237 N. RIVER ROAD, MT. CLEMENS, MICHIGAN 48043 I-94 (Exit 237) & North River Rd 8am -3pm in the NE Corner of the Trade Center's Parking Lot.

Special COVERED area for Outboard Motors. $2 PARKING FEE (free before 9AM !).

Special close Parking for AOMCI Members,Vendors & Boats until 10:30 am.

AWARDS for BEST in CLASS OUTBOARD MOTORS & BOATS.

SWAP , TRADE , BUY & SELL - NO CHARGE.

VENDOR's WELCOME - NO CHARGE. Vendor's MUST Pre-Register to be guaranteed a space*

BOAT SHOW - NO CHARGE Boats MUST be ANTIQUE /VINTAGE before 1975 or a COMPETITION/RACE boat. Boats MUST be Pre-Registered to be guaranteed a space*

*VENDOR'S and BOATS MUST be Pre-Registered to be guaranteed a space. Email:WAGEMAKER47@aol.com or Call or Text: (248)-703-7898 to Pre-Register.

AUCTION at 1pm of DONATED OUTBOARD MOTORS & BOATING ACCESSORIES. Proceeds to the club. Plus AOMCI Members will have the opportunity to Auction their motors for only a 10% commission. Contact Show Coordinator for details.

ABSOLUTELY NO ENTRANCE into show UNTIL 8 AM.

Sponsored by the AOMCI- Great Lakes Chapter-Show Coordinator - Ed Zaleskl - (248)-703-7898 Email: WAGEMAKER47@aol.com

To be held in conjunction with the United Street Machine Assoc. Summer Nationals car show When parking be sure to tell staff members that your are there for the Classic/Antique Outboard Motor Show to be directed properly.




Great Lakes Ed Zaleski
wagemaker47@aol.com
248-703-7898

Joe Brincat
fixerjo@sbcglobal.net
248-478-0808

Saturday, August 22, 2015 South Haven, Michigan

On the grounds of the Michigan Maritime Museum at 260 Dyckman Avenue, South Haven, MI 49090. Use this address to get directions on the internet, follow instructions below or get additional information from the listed contacts. From I-196: Take Exit 20 I-196 Business route, Phoenix Street and go west on Phoenix to Broadway Street. Turn right on Broadway. Broadway will turn left and become Dyckman Avenue just before a bridge over the Black River. Look for the Museum on your left just after the bridge. From M-43: Follow M-43 into South Haven. You will pass over I-196 and go straight at the stoplight (Blue Star Highway). Turn right at the first stop sign and you will be on Broadway Street. Follow Broadway and it will eventually turn left and become Dyckman Avenue just before the bridge over the Black River. Look for the Museum on your left just after the bridge.
Michigan Maritime Museum Swap Meet
Formal

Another great, fun-filled meet on the grounds of the Michigan Maritime Museum. People's Choice show motor competition in 10 categories + 2 Best of Show... limit of 2 motor entries per person; awards for all entries; don't forget to bring your own motor stands; all participants will give a 2 minute max presentation on notable features of each motor they entered. Big flea market in the parking lot; space available on a 1st-come, 1st-first serve basis. Test tank available for running motors and a "How Slow Can You Go?" Contest; please bring motors to run... especially the ones that idle very slowly. Auction of motors & parts for the benefit of the Museum; please remember that we are using the Museum's wonderful facility at no cost to the Chapter other than our charitable donations of auctionable items; please show your appreciation for the facility usage by generously donating a motor or two and/or some usable parts to sell and thereby help offset the Museum's ongoing operating costs. Lunch will be provided for a $6 donation.
No Dogs Allowed at this Meet.




Wolverine Frank James

269-621-2161

Corey Shumaker
coreyshu@yahoo.com

August 22, 2015 Rotterdam Junction, NY

Located at Route 5S, Rotterdam Junction just off of NYS Thruway exit 26 to route 890 West to 5S west
Mabee Farm Meet
Wet

Continental Breakfast, lunch (donations appreciated), ADA restrooms, plenty of free parking, easy to find location that in the past has attracted many from the general public and brought out some unusual finds.

Click HERE for Mohawk-Hudson Chapter Website

Mohawk Hudson Michael Glenn
mglen2@nycap.rr.com
518-505-3558



September 6, 2015 Lake Geneva, WI

Mars Resort, Lake Como W4098 South Shore Drive, Lake Geneva, WI
Motorheads/Prop Dusters Joint Meet
Swap

Ramp available for lake cruising. Engine and Parts swap meet. Raffle. Lunch at Mars Resort.



Motorheads Vince Heywood
heywoodracing@comcast.net
847-533-2679



September 6, 2015 Lorain, Ohio

Black River Warf, 1533 Black River Parkway 14th & Broadway, Lorain, Ohio 44052
Black River
Formal

Good parking, restrooms available no lunch will be served however the Amherst BBQ restaurant is on site. A slow as you go race with a 5 to 5.5hp motor no newer than 1955. Each contestant will be timed thru a course on the river. There is a motor competition for the following antique classification, original, restored, unusual(need no have a motor) and electric. Awards will be give for the following year motors. 1900-1920, 1921-1930, 1931-1940,1941-1950 and 1951-1960.

Western Reserve Todd Mizen
toddmizen@yahoo.com
440-986-1029



September 11, 12, 13, 2015 Mossyrock, WA

At the Lake Mayfield Resort, on Lake Mayfield, 12 miles east of I-5 on US Hwy 12.
Fall Lake Mayfield Wet Meet and Raffle
Wet

Bring your boat and motors to run, to display and to sell. RV spaces, cabins and campsites are available. There is a restaurant on site. Bring items for the raffle. Tickets will be sold for $1.00 each and the proceeds will go into the Chapter Operating Fund.

Puget Sounders Jerry Bell

(206) 362-9137



September 12, 2015 Ortonville, MI

Big Fish State Park Directions…..From I-75 … Take Baldwin Rd. (exit #84) north to Oakwood Rd (aprox. 12 miles), turn left (west) on to Oakwood, follow Oakwood to North Hadley Rd (4 ½ miles) turn right (north), go about 2 miles, Big Fish Lake will be on your right.
Big Fish Lake - Fall Wet Meet
Informal

Come on out, bring your boat and run that motor that you have been working on all summer. Big Fish Lake is in the Ortonville State Recreation Area. All vehicles must display a current Michigan “Recreation Passport” license plate sticker or pay a day use fee to enter. No “open exhaust” or loud motors on this lake. There will be no open swap and sell at this meet as this activity is not allowed in the State Recreation area. There is a nice picnic area near complete with a shelter and rest rooms. We will be doing something special for lunch this time. Hot dogs and burgers will be provided; we ask that you just bring a dish to share. This will be a “pot luck” so there should be quite an assortment of goodies. The June Big Fish lake was a great success, we many boats on the water… looking forward to a repeat. For more information, contact Joe Brincat (248)-478-0808 or fixerjo@sbcglobal.net

Great Lakes Joe Brincat
fixerjo@sbcglobal.net
248-478 -0808



September 18th, 19th and 20th, 2015 North Webster, Indiana

The meet is held on beautiful Lake Webster. Located on SR13 about 10 miles north of US30. Turn east on Himes Street to the city park, can't miss it.
Fall Lake Webster Meet
Formal

On Friday, the 18th, we will again meet at "The Ye Olde Pub" for dinner. There will be no set up or display on Friday but if you arrive early, you can launch your boat and enjoy the lake. Saturday is the big day of scheduled events. There is a boat ramp is provided and the docking for boats located at the park. The huge swap and sell area is located either in the parking lot or in front of the shelter. The display area under the Pavilion with awards given out for Favorite Antique motor, Classic motor and Boat/Motor Combo. What a beautiful lake to run your boat and lunch will again be a cook out so we are asking members to bring something to share, a covered dish, dessert or whatever. The John Sudlow Trophy will be awarded to the under 30 cubic outboard. This meet is geared towards the smaller motors so bring your "little iron" out and join the fun on Lake Webster.

Michiana Richard White
richardsrelics@mediacombb.net
260-585-9905

Dave Tranter
jdtranter@kcaccess.com
260-213-1945

Sept. 18-19-20, 2015 Quincy, IL

Quincy, IL Riverfront
Quincy Classic Boat & Outboard Show
Wet

Come run the Mississippi River with us! Hannibal, MO (Mark Twain's home town) to Quincy, IL river run will be on Friday 9/18/15. Seventeen nautical mile run with support boats and one Mississippi River lockage through Lock & Dam #21. Twenty or so boats make the annual trek. Leave Hannibal, MO at 1pm on Fri. 9/18/15. Transportation for boat captains back to Hannibal to pick up vehicles and trailers will be provided. Saturday three mile river run North to private Island club for supper and sunset cruise back to Quincy. Swap meet all weekend long Fri - Sat - Sun. Permit to use Quincy bay Friday, Saturday and Sunday to demonstrate classic boats and motors operation at all speeds. (Quincy bay is normally no wake) Old boats, old motors, old friends getting together to share our love of the old nautical treasures we have! Buy/sell/trade Friday-Saturday-Sunday! Everyone Welcome.

Twin Rivers Todd Young
todd@quincyboatshow.com
217-242-7283

Rob Ebbing
rob@quincyboatshow.com
217-257-7400

October 2, 3, 4, 2015 Colfax, WA

At Boyer Park and Marina, on the Snake River, 20 miles south of the City of Colfax, WA.
Snake River Wet Meet
Wet

RV spaces and campsites available. There is a restaurant on site. Bring your boat and motors to display, to run and to sell.

Puget Sounders Dave and Sandy Holtzheimer

(509) 397-2490

Jerry Bell

(206) 362-9137

October 3, 2015 Lake Hopatcong, NJ

North end of Lake Hopatcong at Flash Marina, 155 NJ-181, Lake Hopatcong, NJ 07849 (973)-663-7990
Lake Hopatcong Meet
Informal

Held at Flash Marina 155 State Road 181, Hopatcong, NJ 07849. The marina is at the very north end of the lake. Take Route 15 North and exit for Route 181, then follow Route 181 North to Flash Marina which is on the lakeshore at the north tip of the lake. Always a great swap meet and there are 50 miles of shoreline with bright Fall colors to explore. Coffee and donuts all morning. Bring your own lunch or eat at one of the many lakeside restaurants. Come out and enjoy the last wet meet of the year. Contact Joe Ryan 973-335-3536 or Ray Kelsey 973-543-4587



Knuckle Busters Joe Ryan
JRYANXCE@OPTONLINE.NET
973-335-3536

Ray Kelsey
ray.kelsey@verizon.net
973-543-4587

Saturday, October 3, 2015 New London, WI

Little Shop of Bait, on the shores of the Wolf River
Fall Color Cruise
Informal

This is an opportunity to cruise up and down the Wolf River and enjoy some gorgeous fall color. The Wolf is a great place to open up those big classic motors and go full tilt. (Just ask meet sponsor John Weber!) Co-sponsor Randy Schneider promises to have his pontoon boat ready for those who would rather just take a more leisurely ride up and down the river. The cruise will start at the Little Shop of Bait and cruise up to a local eatery where you can purchase something for lunch, then cruise back on down.

Winnebagoland John Weber

920-982-3596

Randy Schneider
lschneider3@charter.net
920-982-0168

October 10, 2015 Tahuya, WA

At Don and Donna Hedman's home on Lake Wooten, at 2590 NE Tahuya-Blacksmith Rd., Tahuya, WA
Don Hedman's Wet Meet
Wet

Bring your boat and motors to display, to run and to sell. Lunch will be served.



Puget Sounders Don Hedman

(360) 275-6881

Jerry Bell

(206) 362-9137

October 24, 2015 Hanmer (Sudbury), Ont.

Al Lockhart's place. Directions will be emailed on request
Fall colours meet
Informal

The day will begin at 8am with coffee and Tim Bit's in the shop where we can hang out, swap motors, run motors, work on motors, shoot the breeze etc. Lunch (food TBD) will be provided at noon. After lunch, weather permitting, we will trailer the boats to the Wahnapitae river boat launch about 20 min from my place. We will enjoy a cruise upstream towards the Hydro electric dam and enjoy the fall colours. Please bring a motor 10hp or larger as the current in the river can be fairly strong. The cruise should take about 2 hours. Following the cruise we will load up and depart for home from the launch. $10.00 meet fee to cover lunch costs

For more information
Great Northern Al Lockhart
goa@personainternet.com
705 690 4580

Richard Paquette
richard@richardlpaquette.ca
705 698 7443

Saturday, October 24, 2015 Near Byron, Michigan

Home of Mark & Elaine Suter at 4368 E. Braden Road, Byron, MI 48418. Use this address with GPS or to get a map from the internet; or call Mark at 989-634-8822 for directions.
10th Annual Byron Swap Meet
Formal, Dry, Swap, Display

- Co-hosted by Wolverine & Great Lakes Chapters -

Hosts: Elaine & Mark Suter.

- Situated in 2 heated pole barns and on the adjacent grounds.

- Multiple porta-johns provided.

- Sit-down lunch of Sloppy Joes, baked beans, cole slaw, peaches with lemon curd, potato chips, beverage & cookie for a $6 donation.

- Featuring Mark's collection of over 170 outboard racing motors and 12 boats, Elaine's collection of "micro" outboard motors (less than 2 HP) and other selected non-racing outboard motors of significant historical interest... many new & upgraded items since last year!

- Huge flea market so clean out your basements, garages and out-buildings and bring those unwanted items to sell; find those needed winter projects.
- Protected & vented outdoor test tank available for running motors.

- Mark's shop will be open for those who want to work on motors... tap the attending "experts" for help in getting your problem motor running.

- Large outboard show motor display with awards in 8 categories... so bring your best looking & most interesting motors & stands to compete.

- This meet will be huge (record 270 attendees last year). There is plenty of room inside if the weather is inclement but we have placed an order for a beautiful day. You CAN'T MISS this one!

- No dogs allowed at this meet.

For additional information, contact Mark at 989-634-8822 or sutermh@gmail.com.






Wolverine Mark Suter
sutermh@gmail.com
989-634-8822



November 7, 2015 Elburn, IL

Paul Miller Residence, OS645 Bunker Road, Elburn, IL
Miller's Tech/Demonstration Meet
Swap

Technical demonstrations. Swap Meet, Lunch by Cindy Miller



Motorheads Paul Miller
pmillerclu@sbcglobal.net
630-235-8003



November 28, 2015 La Conner, WA

At the Shelter Bay Club House, just across the bridge from the Town of La Conner, WA.
La Conner Winter Dry Meet and Raffle
Dry

Bring motors to display and sell. Bring items for the raffle. Tickets will be sold for $1.00 each and the proceeds will go into the Chapter Operating Fund. Lunch will be provided by the Chapter.

Puget Sounders Bob Grubb

(360) 466-9950

Jerry Bell

(206) 362-9137


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