Thank you to everyone who travelled to Richmond for the 4th annual Homecoming event! Each year has been special and it's amazing that it continues to grow and be enjoyed by regulars and new faces.
There are so many people to thank including our Swap Meet vendors, Show-N-Tell exhibitors, seminar presenters, the Greater St. Louis Take-A-Part Assembly team, tour organizers, many many wonderful volunteers, plus our Sponsors, Supporters, Live Auction donors, and buyers. We will be posting more thank you messages and an article in the July-August issue will have additional details.
I haven't had a chance to look at all the photos being posted by folks who attended, but look forward to doing that!
Be sure to check out this video, which includes footage filmed from a drone! Aren't we high tech! And also see the newspaper's video interview with Doug Hauge. So great! Thanks, Doug.
Susan, we all owe YOU a big THANK YOU for all the work you put in to make this such a big success!!!
We truly appreciate all you do for the club......
Thank you again!
Thank you Susan and so many others for making it such a great success. Many of us wish we could have made it, but we are planning to make it there in the future.
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Thank you and your entire team for a fun weekend!
Well Done !
My son and I traveled down for our first visit to Richmond and a homecoming. We truly enjoyed our time. I actually was looking for you at the event without any success Maybe another time.
Wanted to say thanks to Joe Bell for his work on my engine and for answering all of my questions.
Since I like photos here is one taken during the babbit demonstration. It has a few well known characters in it.
my thanks to you and the Museum staff and those who helped with the tours and other events ...very well run and a fun event ...will look forward to next years event ...always an optimist...gene french
what a social event and so much fun seeing my model T family. the tours were fantastic and the swap meet vendors got some (most) of my money. everything was so well organized. susan and her team of T chapters and other helpers under her direction did an awesome job. for those of you that didn't attend, now would be the time to plan on attending next year. thank you to everyone that made this event such a huge success.
If you find a brown canvas lawn chair, I did not make it home. Use it, if it is still there next year I will try to bring it home.
Thank you for all the hard work, and great organization.
Thanks to Susan and all who made it such fun. I hope I can attend by T next year and do the tour.
Although I was unable to attend all three days, I had a great time. Many THANKS to Susan and all of the others who made this happen
David Corman, What day were you at the Homecoming? What was your favorite part of the event? Susan is quite the event planner. She is multi-talented. What did you think of the museum!
Barbara, Sorry we missed you but we have been in Virginia and North Carolina on the Poor Boy Tour and now trying to catch up on E-Mails. My wife had medical tests on Friday, so I was only there just Thursday. My favorite parts were seeing the museum, annex, meeting quite a few friends, and having lunch with Susan over at the Firehouse. Thanks for all you, Jay, and others have done for the club over the years. Kindest Regards, David