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Director's Message

In a few weeks, spring will have arrived.  It is an important time of the year for our Region and the hobby in general!  The planning stages for our Annual Spring Car Show at Capitol Cadillac in April are well underway. Please submit your registrations as early as possible. Also, we depend on our members to volunteer their time to make it another successful event, so please contact our Car Show Coordinator, Lynn Gardner, or me to fill a spot. If you have anything you’d like to donate to our Automobilia Auction, please bring it with you the day of the show. The funds raised help subsidize the cost of club events like the holiday party that was recently held.

Scot Minesinger, Activities Director, had two of his three 1970 Cadillacs featured in this month’s The Self-Starter magazine celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the model year. It’s a great tradition to feature the “golden anniversary” Cadillacs that Bob Crimmins, Tim Coy and Jeff Shively carry on. Congratulations, Scot!

Our next meeting will be held on a Sunday, March 22 at the Olive Grove Restaurant in the Baltimore area.  Please RSVP to me so I can get an idea of how many seats will be needed.

Recently I sold a part from a 1957 Eldorado Biarritz on eBay. The buyer contacted me that there was a problem with the shipping, so I called him.  Low and behold I found out that he is a former member of the Potomac Region from the late 1970s when he lived in Alexandria, VA. His name is Roy Sea and is now living in Florida.  He knew many of our members that have since passed; talk about a small world!

Please keep Juan Aranda, Roger Bentley and William Kost in your prayers and thoughts. Also, I had the pleasure of talking with Mike Book, who manages the CLC Office including membership renewals.  He was very grateful for the cards and letters sent while he recovers from an automobile accident.  He is on the mend and doing well! 

Dan Ruby

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