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MINUTES OF THE MONTHLY NMCCC MEETING:
Car Council Meeting
Present at the monthly meeting were:
Dave Brown of Classic Chevy Club; Tom Miles and John Hayne of Tin Lizzies; Thomas H. Roback of Nomads, Z Car Club and SW Motorsports; Ron & Su Rymarz of Old Car Club; Joyce Clements of Old Car Club and V-8 Club; Jim Clements of Ford V-8 Club; Robert Chaney of American Truck Historical Society; Robert Gold of Corvairs of NM; Paul McLaughlin of Mustang Owners Club; Chuck & Pat Logan of Cougar Club; Don Jones of Alb. Model Car Club; Dennis Seibert, Ernie Rowlison, and Philip Dankworth of Rickshaws; Mistee Thomson of HET Club and Los Alamos Car Nuts; Tom Willers of SW Packards; Joe Cifaratta of VMCCA; Bill Lemen of Lincoln Owners' Club; Bruce Shaffer of Old Rt 66 Car Show; Jim Knight and Chris Padilla of Land of Enchantment GTO's; Jim Timmons of Pajarito T-Birds; John Doran of Rio Grande Mustangs; Bob Agnew of Classic Car Club; Ed Katzenberger of Coronado DeSoto Club; & Kenny Campbell of SW Vintage Camper Assn.
Minutes of Meeting
Meeting was called to order at by President Jim Clements.
Guests: Louie Santana
Santana from Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary represented the
Urban Ministry, which is sponsoring a Route 66 Car Show and other
Philip Dankworth was introduced as a guest, representing Rickshaws Car Club.
All were invited
to the SuperNationals at the Fairgrounds for the end of January. Bob
Agnew has a booth and offered discount tickets.
NMCCC Procedures Manuals
John Hayne and Joyce Clements reported that they have Swap Meet and Museum Car Show manuals started. In the future, follow the book.
Representatives voted on the Council Proposals as published in the January newsletter. Proposals numbered 1, 2, 3, 6, and 7 passed as published unanimously. Proposal numbered 4 passed as published with one dissenting vote. Proposal numbered 5 was passed unanimously after amending the months for renewal notices from “November or December” to “January or February.” An appropriate notice will be sent to each club or organization, and an application may also be posted on the web site. Proposal numbered 8 was changed to read: "Newsletter will reproduce flyers only for Car Council events. Other flyers may appear in newsletter if space permits, and enough advance notice is given. Contact information must be on the flyers"; Proposal numbered 8, as amended, passed unanimously. Proposal numbered 9 was tabled until we investigate sponsorship for a new web site; Joyce has one possibility and will check it out. On Proposal numbered10, JD will investigate cost of upgrading our current web site. Proposal numbered 11 was amended to read: "Vote on important matters by roll call to determine accurate results. Important matters will be determined by the Directors or Officers. A roll call vote may be called by any representative in attendance at a regular meeting." This is a standard (Roberts) rule of order. Proposal numbered 12 was handled by agreeing to put newsletter editor on the ballot for next year's officers. Proposal numbered 13 will be done; Ron Rymarz will check on the cost of a rental space. John Hayne has purchased a new shade tent, and we will sell the old one. John Hayne will also locate and inventory all property that the Council owns.
Museum Car Show 2005
Jim Clements have been contacted by the
The Museum will
handle the printing of entry blanks and information again this year; the
Council will again handle mailing of flyers and entry blanks. The Museum
will also handle site security, provide the additional
All Car Clubs Picnic 2005
The All Car Clubs' Picnic will take on a different format this year, due to problems with dogs and meetings at the Elks' Refuge. It should be held in August, and a drive to El Morro has been suggested.
Swap Meet 2005
John Hayne and
Jim Clements have met with the Los Lunas Officials about the fall Swap
Meet. Days for the meet were set for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September
23 - 25. Set up will be September 19 - 21. Swap Meet Director John
Hayne will be recruiting volunteers from each club to help set up and run
the Swap Meet. We will be working closely with the
Old Route 66 Events 2005
of the Old Route 66 Car Show passed out flyers for the 2005
events. Old Route 66 will be held June 24 - 25, and will include a
Tailgate Party, Sock Hop, Cruise to Traditions, Car Show, Trophies, special GTO
Trophy, and a Hot Neon Cruise through
New Member Club
The Nomads Car Club applied for membership in the Council of Car Clubs. It was moved, seconded and passed to accept their application.
Robert Chaney (NM Dep’t of Transportation) reminded all that there will be ongoing construction on I-40 all year, and organizations should check with the Dep’t of Transportation before planning major cruises. Call Phil Gallegos at 841-2764 or 220-4153 to avoid traffic jam trouble on your road events.
Mistee motioned for adjournment; motion seconded, and we adjourned at .
Respectfully submitted, Joyce Clements, Secretary
NEXT MEETING TO BE HELD AT OLD CAR GARAGE
SPRING THAW -
Spring is almost
here, and before you hit the road with your car, you should sign up for a
spring checkup at Worldwide Automotive/Old Car Garage. This
annual event is sponsored by Bob and Nancy Agnew and their Employees
to benefit Cuidando Los Ninos in
MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
TEARDROP TOUR -
Bob Agnew is
putting together a tour to
Jemez Springs celebrations
Juan Reyes, Village Clerk for Jemez Springs called to say that they are celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Village, and organizing different events for each month of this year. The 4th of July celebration theme is "The 50's," and Jemez Springs is recruiting an "old timers" car club to come enter the annual 4th of July parade. The Village is also organizing the Annual Toy Run in October. Again, "The 50's" is the theme of the Toy Run (the toys go to the Marine Corps Toys for Tots program). Contact Juan Reyes, Jemez Springs Village Clerk phone: 505-829-3540, or email: Vclerk@JemezSprings.org.
Millie Martinez at ACVB (Albuquerque Convention & Visitors Bureau) called about the Old Route 66 Car Show. They are also looking for other events and car shows. She will post NMCCC events on the ACVB calendar. E-mail her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Other upcoming events discussed were
Meet - April 28-May 1,
JD passed out an agenda and list of events, and coming events were discussed. Also a modified list of recommendations was distributed for later discussion. The Council was complimented by Representatives for the listing of events. Opinion was expressed that more people ought to pay attention and go to more events, such as the Balloon Fiesta Show. Events are out there for all to attend and have fun.
Annual Old Route 66 Car Show - GTO Clubs will cruise Route 66 from LA &
Respectfully submitted, Joyce Clements