Saturday, February 9th was the RMTC event for the month where 6
members and 6 guests gathered in Parker to watch the play “Newsies”. The play was about a group of newspaper boys taking on the big newspaper businesses, which addressed issues concerning child labor and the formation of Unions. The performers did an outstanding job playing their roles and even met the audience afterwards in the lobby!! The group of 12 met at the Hickory House for BBQ ribs, pulled pork or steaks and had time to sit and socialize.. THANKS to Barb Herbel Hendricks for making all the arrangements for the play and dinner. I only wish Barb would have had a better turnout of RMTC members for all the work she put into trying to organize an event for February!! Next year we will try something more car related!!
The Specialty Auto Auction is March 2nd at the Ranch in Loveland. Call Jim Merritt at 303-472-1328 if you want to help drive cars over the auction block. The St Patrick’s Day Parade in Sedalia is on March 17th. More details can be found elsewhere in this newsletter or contact Jim Merritt. The special tour of Red Rocks Amphitheater is set for March 23rd which has a deadline of March 10th for reservations. We are restricted to no more than 50 people so PLEASE fill out the registration form and send it to me with a check for $12 per person. The tour takes about 90 minutes and requires a lot of walking. Lunch will be at Woody’s Wood Fired Pizza in Golden. More details can be found elsewhere in this newsletter. Mystery Cruise #60, to who knows where, is on March 30th ! Hope you have your TBird ready for an early spring cruise. Meet at the Looking Good Restaurant at 8am for breakfast with a departure time of 9am.
The Lincoln Tech Classic Car Show will be on April 6th . More information can be found elsewhere in this newsletter or call Steve Hatch at 303-929-5813. The 61st Mystery Cruise is scheduled for April 27th to who knows where?? This year we will be working the Havana Cruise on June 8th. If you would like to help distribute programs or help with parking cars, PLEASE call Greg Akiyama. RMTC will also be selling Cruise T-Shirts PLEASE contact Laurie Sarno if you wish to assist her. Start making your vacation plans and mark your calendars for this year’s “BIRD BATH” to Cheyenne, Wyoming, September 6th– 8th. Laurie Sarno is finishing up the final details, but you can make your hotel reservation now. More information can be found elsewhere in this newsletter. As you can see, many of the various events for this year have already been planned.
The RMTC Officers and Directors have been working very hard to provide the membership with a variety of different activities that will hopefully get you excited and out to join other members. The only way we will know that all of our planning and work is paying off is by your participation!! PLEASE plan to attend as many RMTC functions as you can. Last year 60% of the membership attended at least one scheduled event. I am hoping that we can raise the participation to 75%?? Right now we are at 17% for 2019!
Springtime in the Rockies is HERE,
Don Reinke II RMTC President 2003 -2020