Normally, January and February are slow months for our club: depths of winter and limited driving opportunities. This year we have had spring like conditions in mid- February while much of the rest of the country is having their worst winter in years. We could sure use some of that snow for our mountains! With all that, we have had a busy schedule of meetings and events that have kept your board members hopping!
As members who were able to attend the Planning Meeting at Round’s Bakery can attest, we have some wonderful events on the club calendar for this year and more are on the way! Our target is a mix of event types with a focus on more driving events! You can get more details in Planning Party article by Rick Baker in this edition. In February, the Monthly Breakfast at our new venue, Lili’s, had a tremendous response. Thirty members attended and were treated to great food, great service and great Porsche camaraderie. The 11th Annual Cioppino Feed at the Coney Island was another success and my hats off to Sheri and Jeff Sepahpour for their efforts with this long running event. Certainly these events have given us a great start to our year. On the horizon we have the March Monthly Breakfast back at Lili’s, while the St. Patrick’s Day Party will be at the Tamarack Junction Casino. What do Porsches, Concours, racing, potatoes and a carving knife have in common? Join us and find out for yourself. I promise you’ll have a great time! More info on these events in this edition and on our website!
You’ll also find the first formal announcement about our club’s 50th Anniversary planned for mid-May in this issue. A number of members have been working diligently on this special event since last May and we believe we have a celebratory weekend planned that all members will enjoy. Registration for the 50th weekend’s events will be available online in a few weeks through our club’s website.
Between now and then, there are plenty of interesting events that I hope you take advantage of. I hope to see you at our next event. Until then, be safe!