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Jan - Mar 2001

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The 2001 Racing Season is Coming Fast

Excitement in the MTM Ranks

Ed Arthur heads for Dodge NASCAR. Congratulations to Ed on his posting to this major initiative. With Ed involved, maybe you should include a Dodge in your NASCAR Pool Picks

Jim Ohanesian has completed his first season as Starter for the Indy Lights Series and Assistant Starter for the Champ Cars.

Ann Burke celebrates 30 years as an SCCA member

Nancy Schilke is serving as Regional Administrator for F&C. She is the able to process license issues. Nancy can get those upgrades under way and may be contacted at npschilke@home.com 313/295-7363

Tom Phillips has been appointed the Divisional Administrator for Central Division of SCCA and will deal with all the issues for Flagging and Communications. Tom can be reached at tomephillips@earthlink.net (513) 777-0764

Pat Burns pjbspm@aol.com has retired as National Administrator for Flagging and Communications after having changed RunOffs operations and bringing about changes in the licensing. He promoted the involvement in increasing the ranks and getting many to return to F&C.

The Board of Directors appointed Dick Coburn as the new National Administrator of F&C and you can find him at thecoburns@home.com or (519) 944-9099 [AutoFax]

 

 

 

Thanks for the Help at Waterford Hills

The quick response to a call from Deb Martens was super because the needed people jumped to the assistance of the club in checking out the equipment.

It actually served a second purpose to WHRRI F&C. The flags and equipment were examined and sent for repair. Impromptu work party volunteers were appreciated.

Deb Martens J

Bring a Dish to MTM Winter Party  

(but not enough to feed the entire army)

February 17, 2001

Our host of the 2001 party is conveniently located 3 blocks from US-23 and Washtenaw Rd in Ann Arbor, and there is plenty of street parking on my residential (25 MPH) street. See the directions on the MTM site under “party”.

Remember Rob also has a 1/32nd-scale slot car track sitting on the pool table in the basement for racing entertainment.

Rob LaMoreaux
4096 Central Blvd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
(734)-971-5583 (call if you get lost)
Rob_LaMoreaux@compuserve.com   

Give a hint you are coming and what you plan to pass as a dish by filling in the form that you find at http://www.michiganturnmarshals.org/WinterParty.htm or call or email our host

See y’all February 17, 2001 J

Members INPUT Meeting about the New Directions of MTM

In the last newsletter you read the new directions of MTM as decided at a meeting in October. You get a chance to share your comments and suggestions to the MTM Executive at the Winter Party/Meeting on February 17.

Should you have any comments or contributions to the improvement of MTM of the future please come to the winter meeting/party, which is described above. Please let your Executive members know your ideas and offers of assistance as well as refinements.
It is YOUR organization!

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