Hello Everyone. It’s that time, 51st Annual Rally is just around the corner so let’s get together for some fun and to show our guests what we’re all about. The passion is to preserve and educate in a family friendly place. The additions to the grounds will cause some growing pains but will make the show more enjoyable for you, the members, and our guests. None of this would be possible without the dedication of members who give up their time to work the fund raisers the Club puts on. As promised we would like to thank everyone for their efforts to put on a successful “THUNDER IN THE STICKS” ESP tractor pull. The weather was awesome and though a few glitches, it was a great night. Being our first all day pull we learned that much more help and involvement is needed from the members to share the work load so shifts can be scheduled to work all aspects of the event. So please, during the upcoming Rally, help your Club put on the best show possible. The improvements and growth to the grounds has been phenomenal. The new bathhouse will be ready. THANK YOU to all that worked so hard in making this happen.  You’re awesome. With the help of Kelley Erectors and Wargo Enterprises, the Glass Ribbon Machine is on its foundation. The new Camping Shed is near completion and will be in place (thanks George), the new Gatehouse will be in place to better serve our guest and members coming to our event. Please check out our revised Facebook page, now partnering with Genesee County Tourism, that will draw even more people to our show. The Snow Engine Project is moving forward rather quickly so stay tuned. The response from members donating has been great. We still have a long way to go, but it reaffirms that together “WE CAN DO ANYTHING”. We want to thank everyone for their support of  the board and officers in moving the Club forward. As always, if you have any comments, concerns or suggestions, please let us know as it is your Club. See you on the grounds, at the meetings, or at the Rally. And Please remember to send in your donations for the Snow Engine Project.

Thank you,

Bill, Arick, and Jim

Updated: August 8, 2017 — 11:45 am
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