This club based out of Tacoma and including membership and interest throughout the US’s Pacific Northwest has included mention of the CCCB in their February newsletter. Click here to view..
Check out our new Club Nostalgia Pics page, capturing images that have formerly appeared in the club magazines.
Several things. We have been searching out the former web sites and found information to add to this one. In particular, you will see new menu pages on the top bar for Beaumonts, Chevelles & Malibus and Caminos & Sprints that will take you to info about production numbers and model numbers. Formatting is rough but that will improve. Also, we found some former monthly feature articles that have been transferred to the new page Member Rides. Don’t forget, if you want to get together at the next club meeting, it is Sept. 30 at the Haida Restaurant for brunch in Chemainus on Vancouver Island. Just let Don know you are coming.
11 members and spouses got together at the Haida Restaurant in Chemainus, Vancouver Island for a brunch meeting. May/June magazine was distributed, membership and finances were reviewed and a great number of stories were told among friends. Next meeting? Sept. 30.
Last minute changes keep rolling in. Click here to go to the Calendar page where you can download the full calendar.
Yes, the Prez. has updated Ernie’s calendar with late changes. So click here to visit the Calendar page and download version 2 in either Word doc or Adobe pdf format.
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We had a terrific meeting at the Haida Way Restaurant on Hwy. 1 in Chemainus, Vancouver Island, with about 20 persons attending. Elections were held and Don Earnshaw was returned as President, Bob Patterson as Vice President and Bev Earnshaw as Secretary Treasurer. As a special treat, Richard Jones brought out his ’67 2 dr. hardtop Cheetah Beaumont! Rare and beautiful.