The Dammit Doll had quite a journey the morning of the Breakfast Tour lead by Tom and Linda Cobb. The doll was passed from one person to another, and to another.
There were several on the Annette Williams’s Care and Concern list for May: Linda Cobb, Mike Luenz, Harold Williams, and Jerry Barnett.
On Sunday April 7th, 12 LIHAC members went to visit Pat Malone’s car collection. He has 69 cars, mostly Packards and then to Dog ‘n Suds.
There was a guest speaker, Scott Ksander. He is an Executive Director for IT Networks. He emphasized that Microsoft will never call you on the telephone to do something on your computer.
The Valentine’s lunch, on February 17th at Logan’s Roadhouse, hosted by Bill and Nancy Erdes was enjoyed by 19 people.
Roger Miller spoke about an accident he had had in August 2018 and what he had to do to get his insurance company – Hagerty—to come through on what was agreed on in his insurance policy. Roger won!
The Secretary’s report was read with one correction, concerning LIHAC winter meetings being cancelled …. It was read that when the Lafayette School Corp, dismissed school because of the weather, it should have read Tippecanoe County School Corp.
There was a guest speaker from the Salvation Army, Aaron Johnson. He told us that his wife, Rachel, is a 4th generation to serve in the Salvation army. Aaron told about some of his life’s background. When he was in recovery from drugs and alcohol addiction, he decided to go to college and be a pastor. The Salvation Army is in 130 countries. With the Club’s donation and the members contributions, there was $945.00, given to the Salvation Army.
LIHAC now has 102 members for 2018 and 58 have renewed for 2019. There are 2 new families that joined, Tom and Pat Porter from Lafayette, and Don and Debra Watters from Logansport.
The LIHAC Ladies Luncheon had 14 ladies at Teays River Brewing and Public House, sponsored by Marty Burkhalter and at the Men’s Breakfast, there were 19 happy men.