This past weekend there was a flurry of activity as members of the Indy 500, Henry's Hoosiers, and Southwest Ohio Chapters gathered at the Annex to start prepping and painting for Homecoming. Visitors will be amazed at the transformation happening that will make the Annex a true extension of the main Museum.
These dedicated VolunTeers don't do anything half-way either. Quality workmanship is the name of the game. These pictures will show the new wooden insulated door installed in the Vintage Garage, and other work going on.
Saturday, June 3 you want to be in Richmond, Indiana for Homecoming and the Grand Opening of the Annex and Vintage Garage & Education Center!
Now that's dedication and I hope I can visit some day Thanks for your hard work.
Thanks everyone for all the hard work.
My thanks too for your excellent efforts on behalf of ALL OF US ..... Where's the picture of Uncle Jack ??
this looks fantastic. you all are great and thank you for your dedication.
It's too bad the club doesn't put as much effort into the Vintage Ford as they do that museum!
Larry, Concerning your suggestion about the Club putting effort into The Vintage Ford, The Club is presently accepting applications for a new editor as the previous editor resigned last year.
Please refer to the ad in the January - February, 2017 Vintage Ford on page 3 titled "Editor Wanted". Applications for this position will be accepted until April 30, 2017.
I can tell you that several applications have already been received from some very qualified people.
In the meantime, our Interim Editor is Jack Vaughn, and I think he's doing a very good job of it.
Larry, are you interested in this job? If so, I encourage you to apply.