April 2015 Minutes

President Jim Wilson called the meeting to order on April 7, 2015 at the MCL Cafeteria.
One new member was present, Bill Clark, who has a ’79 Corvette. He was presented with a LIHAC license plate holder .
61 members answered roll call with no guests.

LIHAC is running a “blue light” special on the LIHAC license plate holders tonight. $1.00 a per holder.

Care and Concern, Marty Burkhalter stated she’s fine. Gene Gangwer said that Bev was back in the hospital after he had just brought her home today. Pam Luenz said that Frank Hilderbrand has some issues he is working through.

Drawings: MCL Gift card was won by Brandon Stevens, Free Membership for a friend when to Malcolm Miller and the Dog & Suds when to Bob Bunnell.

Jean Gosma read the minutes from the February meeting and they were approved as read.

Pam Luenz gave the Treasurer’s report with a Checking balance of $3564.43. Savings and CD balances remain the same. We currently have 90 members which is less than this time last year.

Dolores reported on the Sweetheart Dinner at Logan’s. Approximately 20 people attended.

Jo Williams is hosting the LIHAC ladies luncheon on April 15 at O’Charley’s. Linda Cobb challenged the ladies to have more in attendance than the men have at their monthly breakfast meeting.
Pam announced the LIHAC ladies luncheon for May will be May 18 at Jane’s Deli, and it will be a wine tasting luncheon.

New Business: Tom cobb reported that our web site is “mobile friendly” which means we are in compliance so that our web site is accessible from all the “Smart” phones.

BINGO: Will be April 12th. at the Wildcat Conservation building. Jerry Barnett said the building had been remodeled and was much nicer. The Club will provide Lasagna and each club member is to bring a covered dish to share. Jerry will take care of the drinks and Jo Williams has the American made prizes. The street address for the Conservation building is 8020 W. Mulberry St.

April 17th. men’s breakfast.
April 25th is the 100 year celebration for the town of Boswell. The car show is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Club will meet at the West Lafayette Menard’s at 9 a.m. and travel to Boswell for the pancake breakfast.
May 3rd. Harold Williams is planning a short trip from the former Shadeland School location to the Dog & Suds.
Jim Wilson is researching a trip to either the Oakdale or Norway Dam.
Curt Williams announced April 10th and 11th. Mussel Car City in Punta Gorda FL will be having an auction selling 30 to 50 cars.
Pam Luenz had information on an Indianapolis Museum Classic Car Show. She has the application that must be in by April 20th. if anyone is interested.
A new car club, Indiana Automotive Car Club, is hosting some interesting trips during the year.
Brandon Stevens asked the Club if they wanted to go out for dinner for our Christmas gathering or do as we did last year and gather at the Findlay’s and have finger foods. To gather at the Findlay’s was unanimous!

Meeting adjourned at 7:35 p.m.

Jean Gosma, Secretary

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