HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!! It is that time of the year when people spend time with their families and relations. The 2018 year has gone by very quickly and the RMTC members had many opportunities allowing them to get their T-Birds out and enjoy driving and showing them. The last event for October was the 59th Mystery Cruise on the 27th . Dave Stambaugh organized a cruise that stayed in the metro Denver area. After breakfast we headed south on Sheridan Blvd. to Littleton where we made our first stop at the Danny Dietz Memorial. Next stop was an Equine Hospital for horses that need intense care or surgery. The 35 members and one guest toured through the different wards of the hospital and had a guide that explained the
problems that they deal with and the cost!! After the tour the 18 TBirds headed east to NoNo’s restaurant for lunch and the door prize give-away. Thanks to Dave for organizing this final Mystery Cruise for 2018. Next Mystery Cruise will be Saturday, March 30, 2019!!
The only event on the Calendar for November was the Longmont Veteran’s Day Parade on the 10th . It was a beautiful day
and 23 T-Birds paraded down Main Street Longmont side by side. There was a large crowd posed on the sidewalks to enjoy a rolling history of the Thunderbird. Afterwards many of the RMTC membership drove south to Lafayette for lunch at Chili’s. I want to THANK everyone who participated in the parade and those who are or have served in the military for us and our country!!!
Next event is the Holiday Brunch at Mount Vernon Country Club on December 9th . I hope you have made your reservation because the Nov. 15th deadline has already passed. The Holiday Brunch is always a very well attended event and many members have a great time reflecting about the past year. I am looking forward to seeing you there. PLEASE be sure to bring door prizes!! January 19th ,2019 is the Crazy Crock Off at the United Methodist Church. PLEASE bring a Crock-Pot meal, a side dish or dessert and door prizes. For more information please contact Barb Herbel Hendricks at 303-770-5799.
The RMTC Board of Directors and Officers are already planning events for 2019 and hope that you will plan to attend as many as you can. PLEASE REMEMBER that our club’s success depends on your involvement and participation. The only way that we know that our efforts are paying off is by your participation!! So, get out and enjoy your beautiful T-Bird(s) and the outstanding members of the RMTC.
Best wishes for you and your loved ones over the Holidays!!!
Don Reinke II RMTC President 2003 – 2018