T H E F L E E T W O O D F LY E R
The newsletter for those, always on the go!
BY THE SEA, BY THE BEAUTIFUL SEA WINTER/SPRING 2009 RENDEZVOUS
Bethpage Camp Resort, Urbanna, VA
April 29-May 4, 2009 – Pete & Alice Pizzano – Rendezvous Directors
Deputy Director, fees and service charges are included in
NATCHEZ TRACE AND Leonard Good, the ticket price. A cash bar is available
BEYOND diligently pursued
for those choosing an alcoholic beverage.
The ship docks adjacent to the waterside
NOW OPEN TO FAMILY obtained a price for a Marketplace in down town Norfolk.
Norfolk Harbor Tour aboard the luxurious
& FRIENDS ship the Sprit of Norfolk.
The Spirit of Norfolk will cruise the harbor
where passengers can enjoy the gentle
April 9-19, 2009 The ship accommodates 410 guests. The rhythm of the ship as it passes by some
two climate controlled decks can seat mighty US Navy fighting ships and the
Bill & Shirley McNaney 244 passengers in the first deck and 166 beautiful Virginia harbor landscape. Be
passengers on the second deck. On May sure to bring your camera.
– Travelcade Leaders 1, 2009 we board for a two hour cruise at Unknown to the Bethpage Rendezvous
Our Travelcade will begin in Natchez, 11:30 AM and sail from 12:00 noon to 2:00 committee at the time we chose the
MS and proceed to Nashville, TN. PM. The ticket price is $40.32 for adults Rendezvous dates was that there were
Easter Sunday Sunrise Services will and $19.09 for children. The ticket price many local activities going on at that time.
be celebrated on the banks of the includes the two-hour cruise; all you can There are annual festivals and a Scottish
Mississippi River. We will tour several eat lunch buffet, beverages of tea, coffee, Tattle scheduled during our Rendezvous.
antebellum homes and will dine in water and a disc jockey for dancing. Taxes,
See page 11 for Pre-Registration Form
some of them. Our itinerary will take
us to the French Camp Academy,
Kosciusko, MS, (childhood home
of Oprah Winfry) and Tupelo, MS,
(birthplace of Elvis Presley). From Location of Bethpage Camp Resort
there we will visit Tuscumbia, AL, Ra
home of Helen Keller (The Miracle nn
Worker). BETHPAGE ac
Driving Directions: CAMP-RESORT kR
From there we will visit THE WALL. From Junction of US-17 684 r
This wall was hand built with and SR-33 (in Saluda), NW 602
thousands of stones from all over 1 mile on US-17 to Route Urbanna
the world and beyond. Then on 616, E 2 miles to Route 602,
NW 0.1 mile to Route 684, 227
into Nashville, TN where we will 616
tour the city, visit the Parthenon, N 0.5 mile to entrance road.
the Hermitage (home of President
Andrew Jackson), the Ryman Mailing Address: 33
Auditorium and, of course, no trip Your name and
to Nashville is complete without membership #
Fleetwood Travelcade Club Physical Address: Glenns
tickets to the Grand Ole Opry.
P.O. Box 178 679 Brown’s Lane 33
The Natchez Trace Parkway is a Urbanna, VA 23175 17
Urbanna, VA 23175
beautiful drive at this time of year.
We will see dogwoods and redbud
trees in bloom. We will see wild
turkey, maybe deer and other
wildlife and wild flowers along the Fl e e t w o o d Tra v e l ca d e C l u b N e w s l e t t e r • Vo l u m e 4 3 • I ss u e 2 , A p r i l , 2 0 0 9
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April 9-19, 2009
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way. Since this is a NPS highway, there are 40 and then Interstate 81. For those
no advertising signs and no commercial who may be more adventurous you may
truck traffic. The route follows almost elect to travel the Blue Ridge Parkway
exactly the original Trace. There are many and on this route you may want to stop
historical markers and places to see with in Ashville, NC at the Biltmore Estate
most of them having good pull out sites. (the largest privately owned home in Send REGISTRATION FORMS To:
The Trace was originally a route used the US).
Harry Peel, Travelcade Director
by ancient Native Americans between Registration fee is $136 per person, the 100 Lake Forest DR.
Natchez and Nashville. kitty fee is $1092 per unit (2 persons). Greer, SC 29651
For those interested, there will be For a one person unit the kitty fee is
Send TRAVEL INFORMATION FORMS TO:
a supplemental (optional trip) to this $641 and for extra guests add $347
travelcade. After leaving Nashville, for per person. Bill & Shirley McNaney Travelcade
those who are planning to travel to the Leaders
Registration for this Travelcade is made
Rendezvous in Urbanna, VA, we will 49 Fox Croft Rd.
by mailing the Travelcade Registration
Rome, Ga. 30165.
caravan to Urbanna thru Charlottesville, Form to Harry Peel, Travelcade Director.
VA where we will tour Thomas Jefferson’s Registrations will be accepted in the Both of these forms can be downloaded
Monticello. There will not be a registration order they are postmarked. Kitty fee from the Fleetwood Travelcade club
fee or kitty fee for this supplement includes 8 meals, dinner theater tickets, website.
although we can secure reduced rates gray line tours and the Grand ole Opry. For additional information contact: Bill &
for RV Parks and attractions for those Also everyone on the travelcade who Shirley McNaney, 49 Fox Croft Rd., Rome,
interested in this side trip. We will wishes to will receive a free round of golf Ga. 30165, Telephone (229) 403-7223 or
proceed to Charlottesville on Interstate at one of the State Parks. email@example.com.
TRAVELCADE DIRECTORS REPORT
Harry & Lee Peel – Travelcade Directors TRAVELCADE S
firstname.lastname@example.org NATCHEZ TRACE & BEYOND
Well, here we are at something of a in a travelcade you will have to look at TRAVELCADE
crossroads. As of this writing, the Winter/ the overseas ones as there is nothing (Open now for FTC members,
Spring Rendezvous in Urbanna, VA is on the local scene for the foreseeable family and friends)
still a month and a half away and we future. I, for one, hope that will change April 9-19, 2009
have no idea what will happen at that but that’s for others to decide.
gathering but we can hope for the best, Hopefully I will be able to have future
Bill & Shirley McNaney
articles under this heading but we’ll just Registration Fee $136 per person.
I have no idea what to say in this report have to wait and see. Limit 22 Units
except to say that if you have an interest
MEDITERRANIAN CRUISE TO
GREECE, CROATIA, TURKEY
DUST BUNNIE S & VARMINTS AND ROME
Spring Cleaning (Open now for FTC members,
family and friends)
Now, you have adjusted the brakes, the heater works and does not leak hot May 26-June 9, 2009
packed the bearings and caulked/sealed air. Do not put anything in front of the Leaders:
the roof, but did you go inside? Somehow cold air return. Do not store anything Harry & Betty Peterson
the inside gets frequent vacuuming and in this compartment, whether inside
window washing, but what about the or outside. Clean the floor around the
infrastructure? How much weight are you ducts. Seal any holes or cracks as they are ALASKA & CALGARY
carrying? How is the load distributed? Is entrances for varmints. Put heater repair STAMPEDE TRAVELCADE 2009
the furnace putting out the maximum on a once a year maintenance schedule. (Open now for Registration)
BTU’s? Where are the dust bunnies living? Improving the heater’s efficiency could 60 Day Caravan
Who let the varmints in? be a lifesaver in sudden chills. July 7-September 4, 2009
Well, you’ll need screwdrivers, container Refrigerator: Adventure Caravans
to hold screws, roll of silver duct tape, pad Vacuum the outside vent and get out (800) 872-7897
of paper, pencil, tape measure, a large the spider webs and dirt. Clean all the
amount of hot water and a degreaser. hardware and rubber fingers inside. Turn PASSION PLAY
What needs hooks and loops? Keep the on and check the temperature in several
vacuum attachments on standby. If the OBERGAMMERGAU, GERMANY
locations. Read the tech instructions
shelves have not been lined for a while (Open now for FTC members,
again. Do not let a poorly functioning
you may need some of the new stuff or refrigerator spoil your fishing trip.
family and friends)
carpeting. Get out the tech manuals. June 23-July 3, 2010
Water Heater: Leaders:
Now, where to start?
Now it is time to add life to the water Bill & Shirley McNaney
heater. Draining and flushing the tank,
Take the vent covers off and thoroughly once a year is a good start. Not leaving it Registrations are made by mail
clean with degreaser. Check all vents for on all the time is another way. Let’s check using the Travelcade Registration
direction, proper opening and repair. the manual to find the drain plug. Turn
Vacuum and wash the floor around each form found in the back of the
off the main water supply and remove
of the pipes, ducts and anywhere you can the drain plug. Open the pressure Directory or on the website and
reach. Check the heating ducts. This air temperature valve and remove flange a check made payable to the
passage must be free of any obstructions. to allow air into tank. Allow the water FLEETWOOD TRAVELCADE CLUB
A collapsed duct or tape hanging into to drain into a receptacle. (What is that for the per person registration
duct restricts airflow. Is the tape dry gunk? The gunk is corrosive particles fee indicated in the newsletter.
and need replacing? Check for holes or brought in by water that etch into the
Registrations should be sent to
varmints in the line. When replacing duct tank lining.) Flush the tank thoroughly
tape, remember it only sticks to itself so with fresh water from on board pump the Travelcade Director, Harry
wrap all the way around the tubes and or external water pressure. Reinstall the Peel, 100 Lakeforest Drive,
come back more than an inch. Be sure drain plug. Mix solution of 4 parts white Greer, SC 29651.
Continued on Page 10
FROM YOUR SECRE TARY
Carol Davis FINAL JOURNEYS
Our Sympathies are extended to the
Well, it seems that Sometimes it seems as if our world, as family and friends of the following:
I will be here writing to we have known it, is tumbling down
you for a while longer, at around us and we don’t know where to James Barker #14221 TN, 12 year
least until we know what is going to turn. Now is the time to turn to the only former member, March 3, 2009.
happen with our club. As of now we are thing that is forever and will never let us
continuing with planned activities and down. When one door closes, He opens Ellis Cook #23 OH, 9 year former
especially looking forward to the Winter/ another and sometimes it is better than member, January 16, 2009.
Spring Rendezvous in Urbanna, VA. I’m before. Many of us have shared so many
sure it is a beautiful place and should be wonderful friendships and memories in Ruth Day #15832 TX, 12 year former
a wonderful time of year to be there. the Avion & Fleetwood Travelcade Club member, February 18, 2009.
Everyone that possibly can should plan and we don’t want to let it go. It is like Marguerite Ewart #6805 FL, 30 year
to attend as there will be many decisions losing a loved one or family member. former member, mid Feburary, 2009.
made that affect the future of our club There comes a time when we have to say She served as TN Unit Secretary in
and you are all a part of it. goodbye and it hurts but we keep going 1974 and as MS Unit Secretary in 1976
and joy comes again in a different way. and 1982.
Mike Jones, our webmaster, and I are So, let’s just cherish the time we have left
working on the 2009 Directory and hope together and get together whenever we June McClaran #11098 TX, 11 year
to have it available at the rendezvous can. After all, that’s what it’s all about former member, February 2, 2009.
on cd and on the website for you to anyway, getting together.
download if you wish to. Mary Ruth Vanzant #10026 TN, 26 year
See you in VA.
former member, February 28, 2009.
WELCOME TO THE FOLLOWING
NEW MEMBERS (#24670-#24676)
WELCOME! 24675 FL
Total Membership (3/10/09) 431
KIRKBRIDE Harold MUIR Tim & Deanna
GOLDEN & GOLDEN
LAVOIE Ed & Priscilla SORENSON Kenneth &
24671 CA Connie Congratulations to the following who
24673 RM are celebrating 50 or more years of
LERUD/MILLER Phyllis & marriage.
Diane VAN NESS Bob & Linda Jerry & Shelby Brown #11603 OK, 51
24674 OR 24672 NC
years April 19, 2008
LUTZ Otis & Linda
24670 FL Bob & Lanell Foreman #12821 IL, 61
years April 19, 2008
Thanks to the following for referring the above
Jack & Diane Ernest #14629 AZ
Roger & Melanie Phillips #13260 CA
Ron & Carolyn Haworth #23294 WA (former member)
PRE SIDENTS ME SSAGE
Harvey Plunkett – International Pre sident
This is my last President’s Message and Mary and I want to Should you be unable to attend please make sure your proxy
thank all the officers, board members and members in general has this information. If you or a proxy is unable to attend please
for all your cooperation. This year has been one of change!! send the information to me. Harvey Plunkett, International
The most malignant of all change, is our ever-decreasing President – 14321 E. 48th Dr. Yuma, AZ. 85367.
membership. It is a beautiful Saturday, afternoon here at home in
Our current membership now stands at 431. Have we reached Yuma, Arizona. What a great place to live especially
the bottom yet? The answer is NO; however, I believe this is a during the wintertime. People come here from all
downward trend that is irreparable!! over the USA and the World especially Canada. A
As your International President, I have sent each Unit place in the Sun to enjoy Fun, Food and Fellowship.
President and Regional Governor a letter of my With spring approaching and time to think about
recommendation for Dissolution of the Club cleaning and loading our rigs to head to Spring
under Article XII (12) as noted in the Bylaws of Rallies and then make our way to Urbanna, VA
Fleetwood Travelcade Club, Inc. to the Winter Rendezvous. Please invite all your
Action must be taken to dissolve the Club. It is friends with any brand of RV as this and the next
recommended that Unit Presidents or Governors two Rendezvous are “Buddy Rendezvous” .
contact all your members and discuss the Dissolution Mary & I are going to attend the CA Rally in Bakersfield,
of the Club under Article XII (12). This can be done CA April 2-6, 2009 before we head east to VA. We are also
either at your Spring Rally if before the Rendezvous in stopping in Mineola, TX for the Texas Spring Rally, April 13-18,
Urbanna, VA or by telephone or email. It is important that 2009 and hope to get a mini rolling bunch to travel with us on
each member be contacted and their vote recorded either YES to VA.
or NO (required by the State of Nebraska). God Bless and Safe Travels
This proposal should be discussed at the Council of Presidents
Meeting in Urbanna, VA and voted on.
OBERAMMERGAU & ALPINE EXPLORER & GL ACIER EXPRE SS
June 23-July3, 2010
with Bill & Shirley McNaney
Day 1, Wed, June 23 USA/Milan
Begin your tour with an overnight flight to Europe. Be sure not to miss the
(meals aloft) famous Golden Roof.
Day 2, Thu, June 24 Milan/Stresa (Lago Maggiore) Italy Continue the drive through
Your tour begins in picturesque Stresa on Lago Maggiore. Tonight the Austrian countryside
you are transported by boat to Isola Bella, the larg-est of the to historic Salzburg, one of
Borromean Islands. Enjoy a delicious meal while surrounded by Europe’s most beautiful and
beautiful scenery. (D) ro-mantic spots. Tonight you
may choose to participate
Day 3, Fri, June 25 Lugano/Stresa in an optional evening of
Today, drive through the beautiful Lake District of Italy, cross entertainment and dinner at
into Switzerland and proceed to the lakeside resort of Lugano. the Sound of Music Dinner
Here you will enjoy beautiful views of Lake Lugano and excellent Show ($125) that features songs and dances from the musical, as
shopping opportunities. The remainder of the day is at leisure to well as the telling of the story of the Von Trapp family. (B)
enjoy the lake area. (B)
Day 8, Wed, June 30 Salzburg
Day 4, Sat, June 26 Zermatt Begin your day with a leisurely walking tour of Salzburg’s historic
Depart Stresa for a scenic motorcoach ride into the heart of the “Old Town” - The Altstadt. Your sightseeing in-cludes such
Alpine mountains. The breathtaking views of the Italian and highlights as the Cathedral, Mozart’s birthplace and Mirabell
Swiss Alps will leave a lasting impression on you. Upon arrival Gardens. You will not be able to miss locations from the “Sound
in Taesch, board a local train for the short ride to the spectacular of Music.” The afternoon will be at leisure. Tonight enjoy a Mozart
Alpine village of Zermatt. (B,D) dinner concert with music played by Salzburg artists in historic
costumes at the centuries-old St. Peter’s Restaurant. (B,D)
Day 5, Sun, June 27 Zermatt
Following an orientation tour of the village, the balance of the Day 9, Thu, July 1 Munich
day is at leisure. You may choose to enjoy an optional excursion You drive a short distance to the frontier of Germany,
($120) up the Gornergrat for a panoramic view of the Matterhorn cross-ing the border into Bavaria. Soon you arrive in the Bavarian
and incredible photo opportunities! (B) capital of Munich where you have a walking tour, featuring the
Marienplatz, the Glockenspiel, and the Olympic Park. Dinner and
Day 6, Mon, June 28 Glacier Express/St. Moritz overnight at our hotel. (B,D)
Today you board the noted Glacier Express. Be prepared for an
unforgettable train ride on the world’s most exciting narrow- Day 10, Fri, July 2 Oberammergau - Passion Play
gauge railway. You travel through a series of tunnels and bridges This morning depart for the quaint village of Oberammer-gau,
as you traverse some of the most spectacular Alpine scenery in the nestled in the Bavarian Alps. Following lunch, take your seat for
world: majestic mountains, verdant valleys, picturesque canyons, the memorable opening act of the Passion Play, being performed
glistening glaciers, and snow-capped peaks. Your destination is for the 41st time in 2010. Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant
St. Moritz, playground of the rich and famous. (B,D) during a break between acts, and then return to the theater for
the Play’s thrilling conclusion this evening. Overnight in the
Day 7, Tue, June 29 Innsbruck/Salzburg Oberammergau area. (B,L,D)
Enjoy your drive through the picturesque Engadine Valley.
Shortly, you cross into Austria and continue along the scenic Inn Day 11, Sat, July 3 Oberammergau/Munich/USA
Valley. Arriving in the capital of the Austrian Tyrol, Innsbruck, Depart for home with many fond memories of your Alpine
time is allowed for lunch, independent sightseeing and shopping. adventure! (meals aloft)
TOUR CONDITIONS PAYMENTS: Payment can be made by cash, check or credit card (Discover, MasterCard or
PRICE OF 11-DAY TOUR: $5,179 from Atlanta. Visa). A deposit of $1,000 per person is required at the time of booking to confirm tour
membership. A second deposit of $2,000 will be due in May 2009. Balance of tour price is
AIR TRANSPORTATION: IATA Economy class, applicable on Austrian, Air France, Delta, due upon receipt of final invoice (approximately 5 months prior to departure).
Continental, or other IATA carrier. Tour price based on current (2009) airfares and subject to
in-crease once 2010 airfares become available. Supplement will apply for departure from CANCELLATION AND REFUND: Upon receipt of your de-posit, Dehoney Travel will make
cities other than those listed above. HOTELS: First-class/four-star and superior tourist-class/ non-refundable deposits on your behalf in order to secure your Passion Play ticket package.
three-star hotels or guesthouses. Price based on double occupancy. Supplement will apply Should you cancel, there will be a fee of $300 for Dehoney Travel, Inc. to cover administrative
for a single room. Single accommodations are limited and available on a first-come basis. costs and non-refundable deposits. Beginning May 1, 2009, additional cancellation penalties
will apply. Details to be advised. All cancellation notifications must be made in writing to
MEALS: Breakfast daily; lunches and dinners as listed in day by day itinerary. Dehoney Travel, Inc. Please allow 4 weeks for cancellation refund processing.
NOT INCLUDED: U.S. securities, customs and departure tax, fuel surcharge and foreign Tour rate based on a minimum of 40 passengers and current air fares, land costs and value
departure tax (approximately $277 and subject to any increase that may be imposed prior of the U.S. dollar January 26, 2009 (1 Euro = $1.32) and subject to any increases that may be
to departure); single room supplement; most lunches; gratuities ($165); optional excursions; imposed prior to departure.
excess baggage and forwarding of baggage; passports; personal items such as laundry or
tips for personal favors; travel protection plan; any costs resulting from absence or deviation All itineraries are subject to change, pending final confirmation of Oberammergau tickets,
from the itinerary; and any items not shown herein as being included. rates, and services.
OBERAMMERGAU & ALPINE EXPLORER & GL ACIER EXPRE SS
June 23-July3, 2010
Special Interest Groups
A Bug Story
By Jack Erne st
The most famous bug to date te or not this bug would affect them
o properly. Microsoft® of course, would like
known as the Y2K bug. This with out first doing some research.
w to sell new software along with the new
bug was not actually a bug Your phone bill is an example of
Y operating system. If you are considering
it was programming mistake, how important the date can be. to up-date your operating system, check
or an oversight by bureaucratic When you make a long distance call or first to make sure that your computer is
managers who failed to follow up on use a cell phone, billed for the length of
capable of handling this new operating
decisions they made years before. time the call lasted. A Computer does this system. Many older computers operate
Initially, when computers first used in automatically. Programmed to record far too slowly and have insufficient data
business, memory and hard disk space the exact date and time that the call
storage to take advantage of the new
were at a premium. The programmers made and when the call terminated. It is
instructed to save as much space as programmed to subtract the start time
possible by writing software as efficiently from the end time to determine how One last word on backing up your system,
as they could. One way to save space was many minutes you used. In relation to the with today’s prices on external hard drives
to assume that the first two digits of Y2K bug, consider what would happen they are a genuine bargain when it comes
any year entered into a computer would if you placed a call before midnight in to data storage. An external drive the
always be 19. Because computers were 1999 and did not end the call until after
holds over 100 mega bytes of data costs
new and technology was evolving quickly, midnight in 2000.
under $100.00. UBS drives of 4 8 or 16 GB
assumed this software would replaced or Many programs that we have used
be updated long before the year 2000. over the years and continue to use cost only a few dollars and are portable,
However, because the software continued today may not function correctly when which means that you can copy files and
to meet the company’s needs year after you up-grade your operating system move them to another computer. How
year, few were willing to spend money to the new Vista® operating system. much is all your genealogy files worth to
to fix something that was not broken. However, before you rush out, replace you should need to replace them?
Companies once reminded of the way in all your software, install and try out your
which the software written many years software programs, they may function As always remember! Back up all the
ago, most of them had no idea whether data you want to SAVE.
Special Intere st Group
Jack Erne st
Have you tried PSK 31 which means that only limited power Andy Anderson is heading up the talk
recently? This digital is required for DX QSO’S. Using 2 watts in session for the VA Rendezvous,
form of communication has undergone of power on 20 meters while camping please respond to Andy when he asks
many changes in the ten years since in the California Mountains I enjoyed a for your help in VA. Use the Radio Club
it was first introduced. For those that QSO with an Oklahoma station. PSK 31 is simplex 2 meter frequency 146.46 MHz
attended the Radio Special Interest group ideal in antenna restricted areas, as even or CB Channel 3 call as you approach
in Redmond Oregon may remember the an indoor antenna will work in most the Rendezvous. Thank all of you for
demonstration of PSK 31. Since then is cases. Down load your free version, be providing this valuable service to the
has many new and improved features. It sure to read and follow the installation Travelcade Club.
is still a free download; all that is required instructions tune 14.070 MHz and Henry, just call for
is a computer with a sound card, and a call CQ. Remember you do not need a directions!
transceiver. First of all a computer is now microphone for PSK 31 only a computer
a standard device in your ham shack and and key board. Press the transmit button Until next issue 73’s,
a transceiver is also a standard device, so to type and send your message then Jack K6IZZ
what’s holding you back? A great many the receive button to listen, read the
hams now enjoying PSK 31 are QRP users, response on your computer screen.
TRAVELCADE NEWS OF YEARS AGO
Compiled by Lee Peel, Historian
March 1969 – 40 years ago March 1999 – 10 years ago April 1989 – 20 years ago
“Record attendance at rendezvous March 14-21 were the dates for the Special Notice: Avion Coach Corp
hits 685 mark.” This was the Winter Mobile, AL Rendezvous with Jerry & announced a Factory Direct Incentive
Rendezvous held at Sebring, FL in Dosie Drum as directors. A note from for club members only. Make your best
January. A full page of photos taken the Executive Secretary (Marilyn Miller) deal with your Avion Dealer and receive
there was featured. One of those was congratulated the secretaries of all 34 $1,000 CASH BACK from the factory.
of Laverne & Marguerite Eilers (#3562) units for 100% participation in reporting Avion Palms Unit announced construction
showing their Avion to a visitor. news. Membership totals were 1762 is progressing nicely with Lots #138 thru
Avion launches Budget-Priced “Sport which included 22 new ones. 149 completed. Other sites are available
Special 18”, designed to sleep six, Travelcades to LA, Mexico, MO, AK, for occupancy.
built for light car towing, completely Scandinavia & Wild Wonderful WV
self-contained, at an unprecedented HINT: For thickening gravy, sauce or
(Harry & Lee Peel leaders) were listed. stew, sprinkle instant mashed potatoes
price of $3,995.
into the mix and stir. Lumps dissolve
April 1969 – 40 years ago immediately. Several special articles
March 1979 – 30 years ago
With 73 trailers and campers meeting were written; “Take Time” and “Each Day
At Eustis, FL, 600 Avion trailers, campers, in Harlingen, TX, the Mexico travelcade .
is a New Account” VERY INTERESTING!
motor homes plus daily visitors gathered 1968 was busy, scenic and fun-filled.
to celebrate our “fourth year” as an Many pictures were shown with one April 1999 – 10 years ago
independent club. There were more being a group of sightseers braving the
“first attenders” than we have had at any No newsletter on file.
steep steps of the Mexico Pyramids to
rendezvous according to the directors. get a better view for picture taking. A
Official election returns of 1564 ballots schedule of their activities was printed
chose the new officers with Harry Brennan but due to available space, more was to
(with wife Flo at his side) receiving 920
votes for 2nd VP. (They’ve come a long
follow the next issue of the paper. RENDEZVOUS
way and done many good things for
April 1979 – 30 years ago
Avion Travelcade News of “Yesteryear”
The Club Historian needed help in (written by Club Historian, Chris Barr 2009
compiling a complete history of the appeared, giving bits of news from 15,
club and asked all units to furnish the 10 & 5 years ago. She had asked units APRIL 29-MAY 4 WINTER
information needed to accomplish this to furnish information on the formation Beth Page Camp-Resort, Urbanna,
task. of the unit and other things of interest VA, Pete & Alice Pizzano
which she compiled for her first column. (727) 376-2502
March 1989 – 20 years ago There were 10 travelcades listed from email@example.com
Guidelines for Avion Club Motorhomes April-October going from coast to
interpret the term “Approved Fleetwood coast, to Canada & England, Ireland & SEPTEMBER 30-OCTOBER 5
Class A & Class C Motorhomes” in Scotland. FALL
the By-Law amendment. There were A list of 14 new members was published. San Juan County Fairgrounds,
6 requirements for said membership. News from 31 units was printed telling of
(How things have changed.) McGee Park, Farmington, NM,
activities and meetings to take place in
Mable Ann Borchardt
Travelcades for the year listed six AK, OH, the near future.
Canada Maritimes (#1 & #2), CA and MN. (208) 890-0381
A statement of Receipts & Disbursements
for the year 1988 showed a cash balance 2010
of $128,501.92. New members listed
MARCH 1-7 WINTER
Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds, Yuba City,
CA, Mike & Kathy Sexton
CHAPL AINS CORNER
Billy Wood for Flo Brennen – International Chaplain
I am filling in for Chaplain Flo Brennen The writer of the lesson makes a reference serving Him in some way. There are many
this month. Flo fell at church in January to the death of President John F. Kennedy needs in our communities and churches;
and had to have surgery on her hand. and how many of us remember the event. are you willing to say “yes I will do it”
Flo, we wish you a speedy and pain free Do you remember where you were and send me?
recovery. what you were doing when you heard
Martha & I look forward to seeing you
Here are a few thoughts, and maybe a the news of President Kennedy’s death?
Isaiah could make a similar claim in 740 at the next rendezvous in Urbanna, VA
challenge or two from one who loves the
B.C., the year King Uzziah died. The verses at the end of April. If you haven’t made
Lord and likes to share His message. My
continue on and tell us how Isaiah was plans already to attend we urge you to
Sunday School lesson this past week was
titled “Honor The Lord” with the Bible cleansed of his wickedness and his sin come join us. The church service offering
passage taken from Isaiah 6:1-13. The atoned for. Then the Lord had a message at this rendezvous will be designated for
first verse reads, “In the year that King He wanted the people to hear and He “The Gideons International”. All funds
Uzziah died I saw also the Lord sitting asked “Who should I send? Who will go given will be used by The Gideons to
upon a throne, high and lifted up, and his for Us” Isaiah said: “Hear I am. Send me.” purchase and distribute Scriptures
train filled the temple” (KJV). Every one of us can honor the Lord by throughout the world.
DUST BUNNIE S & VARMINTS
Continued from Page 3 Spring Cleaning
vinegar to 2 parts water. Use funnel; or eliminated? Re-clean. Re-line. Are you plug-in at site with an AC Power
pour into tank. Cycle the water, drain there water stains? Do they need a Line Tester/Monitor. If the power is low,
and reassemble tank. Is the water heater new finish? Will a good cleaning and do not use. If the polarity is reversed
on the maintenance schedule? (A word waxing be all? Check the hinges for do not plug trailer into site, but notify
of warning: The use of aftermarket crack or loose screws. Are the cupboards the campground host to repair. And the
heating elements may result in damage balanced to keep the tires from over- Flashlight? Prevent a lot of misery. Check
to components of the water heater and working? Check the weight distribution. power cords on all appliances, if frayed or
void warranty.) Since we have grocery stores all over cut replace. Do not use defective cords,
Water Supply: this hemisphere, do you need to store plugs or devices.
canned goods? Vacuum spaces between Carpets:
In order to keep healthy water must walls and cupboards. Can some things
be filtered, tanks cleaned and water be containerized to keep out the bugs Carpets are notorious for gathering hair,
changed out on a routine schedule. Carry and used for easier handling and safer pollens, creepy crawlers, pet hairs, road
extra filters on prolonged trips into the traveling. grime and stones. Periodically spray for
wild. Water differs in each region. Pets bugs and steam clean the carpets. To
are particularly susceptible to changes. Air Conditioning Units: replace a carpet may not be an easy
Purge tanks often. Make sure clean You already checked the caulking when task, but it is not expensive. Once a year
pressure regulators are on faucet end you did the roof or basement, now check get inside to thoroughly check the sinks,
of hose. the filters. Clean, replace filters and run toilet and all the above. Carpets, once
Doors/Windows: it before you start the trip. Check the wet, grow molds, which are the most
fans for debris and quiet running. Does difficult of all the allergens to remove.
Check for leaks. Caulking or fuzzy stuff the rain closure work? Usually a carpet store has remnants at
(weather stripping) may need to be a great savings. If allergies are a major
replaced. Weather stripping around door Power:
challenge, then check out new floor
needs to be tight. Blinds need cleaning. Do you carry extra fuses and batteries coverings. To keep in good health our
Do not soak. for all the toys? All equipment is fused. homes need to be in order.
Cupboards: No two fuses are the same, so you may
want a container of labeled fuses, so in Contact: Use your Manufacturer’s Tech
Take everything out. Look for droppings the middle of the night you can easily Manuals, RV Supplier of Accessories for
from spiders, mice and flies. What! In get to them. Know where the fuse box assistance or call the 800 number for
my cupboard? Check it out. Did you use is! Check the power post plug before nearest repair facility. Attend seminars.
this item last year? Can it be replaced
FLEETWOOD TRAVELCADE CLUB • BY THE SEA, BY THE BEAUTIFUL SEA
REGISTRATION FORM WINTER RENDEZVOUS APRIL 29-MAY 4, 2009
(Please type or print when filling out this form)
Pre-registration deadline date: March 31, 2009
NAME _________________________________________________CLUB # _________________ UNIT __________
CITY __________________________________________________ STATE __________________ ZIP ____________
PHONE # ( ___ ) ________________________________
General Parking: April 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, May 1, 2, 3, (May 4 goes back to Regular Rate, not Rally rate )
Parking Fee: (#) of nights circled ____________ @ $ 31.00 per night Total $ __________
Rendezvous Fee (#) __________@ $ 68.00 per person Total $ __________
Golf Tournament on 4/30 (#) _________@ $ 32.00 per person Total $ __________
Tour, Bethpage Harbor 4/30 (#____) @ $10.00 per person Total $ __________
Tour, Bethpage Harbor 5/1 )#____) @ $10.00 per person Total $ __________
Tour, Rappahannock River 5/3 #(_____) 2009 rate (TBA). Pay at Registration Total $ __________
Tour, Tangier Island 5/3 (#______) Dinner Cruise 2009 rate (TBA) Pay at Registration
Ladies Luncheon 5/1 (#) _________@ $ 7.00 per person Total $ __________
Men’s Luncheon 5/1 (#) _________@ $ 7.00 per person Total $ __________
Wednesday Night Dinner (#) _________@ $ 6.00 per person Total $ __________
Sunday Night Dinner (#)___________@ $ 10.00 per person Total $ __________
Checkout total of all the above Total $ __________
Volunteer clean up ______________ Greeter ______ General_________First Timer__________
Motor Home______________ 5th Wheel______________ Travel Trailer______________ Other______________
(length) (length) (length)
Diabetic, He ________, She ________
Unit will provide a Gift # ________ I will provide a Gift #________
ENCLOSE CHECK PAYABLE TO FLEETWOOD TRAVELCADE CLUB & MAIL TO:
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23990 Township Rd, 68
Dunkirk, OH 45836-9603
BY THE SEA, 2009 RENDEZVOUS
Tentative Daily Rendezvous Schedule
“The Invisible Bra™” Paint Protection Film 9:00-5:00 Early Parking
The CLEAR Alternative to the Vinyl Bra and Plastic Shield 10:00-12:00 Pre Board Meeting
8:00-12:00 Fill goodie bags last minute prep
DIAMOND SHIELD IS NOW A FACTORY OPTION FOR THE 2008 PACE ARROW, 12:00-4:00 Registration
SOUTHWIND, BOUNDER, TERRA, FIESTA AND ALL DIESEL COACHES. Order your 4:00-5:00 Welcome Social (BYOB)
coach with Diamond Shield BEFORE it leaves the factory, eliminate stone chips dur- 5:30-6:30 Dinner
ing transport from the manufacturer to the dealer! 7:00-8:15 Entertainment
Diamond Shield Paint Protection Film is designed to preserve the 8:15-On Your Own
beauty of ALL exterior automotive type finishes. 4/30/09 Thursday
Eliminates paint chips and damage caused by stone chips, 7:30-9:00 Coffee, tea, toast, bagel, doughnuts (bring cup)
bug acids, road salt, abrasions and weathering 7:30-9:00 Registration if needed
8 mil clear gloss urethane film 9:30-11:15 Bethpage Harbor Cruise
Contains UV inhibitors 9:30-10:30 Council of Presidents Meeting
Resistant to yellowing 11:00-12:00 1st Timers Orientation
APPEARANCE:Diamond shield WILL help your investment retain its value and 11:30-12:30 20+Club Luncheon
WILL save time and money in reconditioning costs, while allowing the color brilliance 1:30-2:30 Travelcade Leaders Meeting
to shine through for years to come! NO snaps, NO wind noise, NO paint chaffing, NO 2:30-3:30 Unit Membership Chairpersons Meeting
6:30-7:30 Flag Ceremony
special care, easy to clean and maintain (Pre-owned motor homes with existing paint
7:30-8:30 Entertainment & Prizes
chips are brush touched to form a permanent repair and then Diamond Shield is ap-
plied). 5/1/09 Friday
SERVICE DEPT: Older units can have Diamond Shield installed at the Fleetwood 7:30-9:00 Coffee, tea, toast, bagel, doughnuts (bring cup)
Service Center in Decatur, IN, by Diamond Shield Certified Factory 9:30-11:15 Bethpage-Harbor Cruise
Installers. Call for details! 9:30-10:30 Motorhome Special Interest Group Meeting
11:30-12:30 Ladies Luncheon (Red Hat)
11:30-12:30 Mens Luncheon
Fiberglass painted areas below the windshield 2:00-3:30 Board of Governors Meeting (Everyone welcome)
Under the grab handle Around the door lock 3:30-4:30 Unit Secretaries Meeting
5:00-6:30 Unit Dinners (Private Restaurants)
Beneath the entrance door 7:30-9:00 Entertainment
Painted mirrors Cab Top 5/2/09 Saturday
Storage Compartments 7:30-9:00 Coffee, tea, toast, bagel, doughnuts (bring cup)
Headlights Fog lights, etc. 9:30-11:30 International Membership Meeting
(Everyone should attend)
EXCELLENT FITTING DESIGNS: Diamond Shield continually 11:30-12:30 1st Timers Luncheon
improves designs for the best fit in the market, with few if any relief cuts. Dia- 1:00-2:20 Bethpage Harbor Cruise
mond Shields exclusive standard system wraps most edges on the hood, generator
4:00-International Officers Dinner
doors, their compartments and their openings and coverage extends to cap mold- 6:00-8:00 Games & Prizes
ings on most models. Diamond Shield’s factory installations wrap film under cap
moldings and under mirrors, leaving NO visible film edges whenever possible. 5/3/09 Sunday
PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION: Diamond Shield is applied by Factory Cer- 7:30-9:00 Coffee, tea, toast, bagel, doughnuts (bring cup)
tified Installers who are located across the U.S., call for one closest to you! 9:30-10:30 Worship Service
1:30-2:30 Ice Cream Social
GUARANTEED SERVICE: Diamond Shield ID Badges have our toll free num-
5:30-7:00 Farewell Dinner
ber for customer service and are on every job we do! 7:30-Entertainment, Prizes & Farewell
WARRANTY: Diamond Shield comes with a limited warranty against paint
chips, peeling, cracking, shrinking and a repair warranty should damage occur in 5/4/09 Monday
the protected area. Departure
Ph.888-806-5862. 585-454-1950 Fx.585-546-3968 Note: Early arrival dates beginning 4/26 will be the same
www.Diamond-Shield.com E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org nightly rate as during the Rendezvous. On 5/4 rate returns
to regular camp resort rate
ACTIVITIE S – 2009
APRIL 2009 in New Haven with an excursion on a 102 Contact Hank & Addie Weast (309) 639-2291
year old steam locomotive. We’ll have our or email@example.com.
2-6 CALIFORNIA SPRING BUDDY RALLY, own version of the Kentucky Derby as well
Bakersfield RV Resort, Bakersfield, CA. as lots of fun, food and fellowship. Contact SEPTEMBER 2009
Contact Myrna Mendenhall (661) 265- Lloyd & Louise Smith (270) 791-1250 or
6310 or firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com. 9-12 WASHINGTON FALL BUDDY RALLY, Ft.
Steele Resort & RV Park, Fort Steele, B.C.
13-18 TEXAS SPRING BUDDY RALLY, 13-17 PENNSYLVANIA SPRING BUDDY
Mineola Civic Center, 1150 Newsom, Fort Steele Resort is located directly across
RALLY, Pine Hill Campground, Kutztown, PA.
Mineola, TX, Hwy US 69 and TX 37. RV from Fort Steele Heritage Town on Hwy
You will have some tours in the area, some
rates will be $20 per day. Check out time 93/95 (18k/9mi) North of Cranbrook, B.C.
group meals, some free time socializing
is noon. More information to follow. Lots to see and do around Cranbrook/Ft.
with fellow RV’ers and our usual ice cream
Contact Joyce Monk (903) 892-4280 or Steele. Kootenay Fish Hatchery, Ft. Steel
social. Contact Jim & Beryl Eichlin, 106
firstname.lastname@example.org. Municipal Rd., Berwick, PA 18603-5220, or Heritage Village and Canadian Museum of
email@example.com or (570) 759-8260. Please Rail Travel. Contact Al Caskey (780) 388-
15-18 MID STATES CENTRAL ROUNDUP, Big
respond by April 20th. 2175 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Red Barn, Carthage, MO. Make your own
reservations by calling (417) 358-2432 17-23 MICHIGAN BUDDY RALLY, Bayshore 9-13 INDIANA FALL BUDDY RALLY, Honey
Office or Fax (417) 358-3751. Address: Church Camp, 450 N. Miller St., Sebewaing, Bear Hollow Campground, Near Peru,
County Lane 138, Carthage, MO 74836. MI 48759. (989) 883-2501. Contact Dennis Indiana. Circus theme and lots of good food
(Exit 18B off of Hwy 44). Contact Bob & & Carolyn Wright (989) 728-0002 or and visitation. Contact Vic & Maryln Kerlin
Betty Lewis (636) 447-4302 or rlewis1@ email@example.com. at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1002 E. Dudley
mail.win.org. Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46227.
27-31, OREGON SPRING RALLY, Casey’s RV
16-19 ALABAMA SPRING RALLY, Gulf Park, 4 miles West of Oakridge, OR. Contact 9-13 PENNSYLVANIA FALL BUDDY RALLY,
Breeze RV Resort, 19800 Oak Rd. West, Gulf Norma Edwards (541) 767-0422 or elenle@
Shores, AL. Contact Sam & Ginny Whitaker Pine Hill Campground, Kutztown, PA.
aol.com Contact Bob & Mae Lindsay (609) 397-2757
at (256) 233-5966 or samginny1129@
yahoo.com. or email@example.com.
23-26 TENNESSEE SPRING RALLY, Riverside 15-18 ILLINOIS FALL RALLY, Christian County
3-6 WASHINGTON SPRING BUDDY RALLY,
RV Park & Resort, 4280 Boyds Creek Hwy, Fidalgo Bay Resort & RV Park, Anacortes, Fairgrounds, Taylorville, IL. Contact Wayne
Sevierville, TN 37876. Toll free number WA. Rally will include boat ride through & Ellen Spencer (217) 287-1447 or awspen@
for reservations (800) 341-7534. Tell them Deception Pass, Boat works Tour, visit ctitech.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
you are with the Tennessee Fleetwood to LaConner and Ferry ride to Friday
Travelcade Club. There are lots of things to 16-19 MISSOURI FALL BUDDY RALLY,
Harbor for an afternoon visit. As always Arrowhead Park & Campgrounds, located
do in the Pigeon Forge & Gatlinburg area. to be complemented by Fun, Food and
Schedule will be provided upon arrival. on HWY 54, 11 miles East of Eldorado
Fellowship. Contact Al Caskey (780) 388-
Contact Jim & Mabel McIntosh at mcintosh. Springs, MO. Contact Bob & Betty Lewis,
2175 or email@example.com.
firstname.lastname@example.org or (615) 641-6616. email@example.com or (636) 447-4302 or
14-20 MICHIGAN UNIT RALLY, Kent County Cell (636) 734-7298.
MAY 2009 Fairgrounds, 225 S. Hudson, Lowell, MI
16-20 OREGON FALL RALLY, Elks RV Park,
49331 (616) 897-6050. Contact Dennis
11-16 OHIO SPRING BUDDY RALLY, Poor Florence, OR. Contact Norma Edwards (541)
& Carolyn Wright at (989) 728-0002 or
Farmers Campground, Fletcher, OH. firstname.lastname@example.org. 767-0422 or email@example.com
Contact Dean Bailey at (419) 929-8102 or 20-26 MICHIGAN RALLY, Bayshore Church
firstname.lastname@example.org. 16-18 WEST CENTRAL REGION ROUNDUP,
Evening Star Resort, Topeka, IL (by Havana). Camp, 450 N. Miller Street, Sebewaing,
12-15 ILLINOIS UNIT BUDDY RALLY, This will include the IL Unit meeting. MI 48759. (989) 883-2501. Contact Dennis
Galesburg East Campground at Knoxville, More details will be on the website soon. & Carolyn Wright at (989) 728-0002 or
near Galesburg, IL. Contact Hank & Addie Contact person Bernie & Judy Weithorn at email@example.com.
Weast (309) 639-2291 or aw4929@gmail. firstname.lastname@example.org.
com. OCTOBER 2009
13-17 KENTUCKY SPRING RALLY, Holt AUGUST 2009 9-13 SOUTHWEST REGION BUDDY
Campground, Bardstown, KY. Perfect 9-15 MICHIGAN BUDDY RALLY, White Cloud ROUNDUP, Moon River RV Resort,
place to stop on your way home from the Park, 620 E. Wilcox, (West of Town), White Mohave Valley, AZ. Come on a little
Spring Rendezvous in Urbanna, VA. Events Cloud, MI 49349. Phone (City Clerk) (231) further west from the Farmington, NM
will include a tour of the Civil War Museum 689-1194. Contact Dennis & Carolyn Wright Rendezvous and enjoy some activities on
proclaimed to be the best in the country, a at (989) 728-0002 or email@example.com the Colorado River near Bullhead City and
tour of the house which was the inspiration Laughlin, NV. Contact Jim & Carol Davis at
to Stephen Foster as he wrote “My Old 11-14 ILLINOIS BUDDY RALLY, Camp (951) 927-6389 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Kentucky Home”, a tour of a bourbon Lakewood, 1217 Rickelman Ave., Effingham,
distillery and a trip to the Railway Museum IL. Campground Phone is (217) 342-6233.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
FIRST MONDAY SECOND WEDNESDAY THIRD WEDNESDAY
WASHINGTON ARIZONA TEXAS
North-end Puget Sound Fleetwood Yuma area luncheon, Fortuna De Oro Rio Grande Valley Group Luncheon,
Lunch Bunch, Golden Corral, 1065 State Restaurant, 13650 North Frontage Rd., Country Pancake House, on the west
St., Marysville, 11:30 AM (Except June, Yuma AZ. 11:30 AM (Oct-Mar). Contact access road for 281 just ½ block S. of
Sept. & Dec.) Roland Vorrath Cell (503) 435-9203 Nolana, Pharr. 11:30 AM, (Nov-Mar.)
FIRST WEDNESDAY MISSOURI FOURTH WEDNESDAY
Monthly luncheon, Home Town Buffet
OREGON 1282 Old Orchard Center Manchester, MICHIGAN
Oregon Unit luncheon, Schroeders Guest Red Knapp’s, Clarkston, MI. Contact
MO at 1PM
House, Salem, OR. 11:30 am. Call Norma Pauline West (248) 701-3006 to see if
Edwards (541) 767-0422 for directions. TEXAS it is going to be held.
TEXAS Rio Grande Valley Group Luncheon,
Country Pancake House, on the west TEXAS
Rio Grande Valley Group Luncheon,
access road for 281 just ½ block S. of Rio Grande Valley Group Luncheon,
Country Pancake House, on the west
Nolana, Pharr. 11:30 AM (Nov-Mar) Country Pancake House, on the west
access road for 281, just ½ block south
of Nolana, Pharr. 11:30 AM, (Nov.-Mar.) access road for 281 just ½ block S. of
SECOND THURSDAY Nolana, Pharr. 11:30 AM, (Nov-Mar)
FIRST SATURDAY MICHIGAN FOURTH FRIDAY
MICHIGAN Rainbow Grill on 32nd Street,
Kalamazoo Area Luncheon, Big T Hudsonville, MI 6:30 PM. (except Jan, TEXAS
Restaurant, I-94 W. to Exit 60, go S. to Feb, Mar), Contact Leon & Adrianna Heart of Texas, Oxford Street Restaurant
Lawton, 4 mi. on the right, downtown Scholten #12526 MI. and Pub, Bryan, TX 11:30. Contact Dave
Lawton, 2PM. (Starting 1st Saturday Rouner (936) 855-2031 or
in May) SECOND SATURDAY email@example.com
SECOND MONDAY CALIFORNIA FIFTH WEDNESDAY
Inland Empire Luncheon, Coco’s in
OKLAHOMA Moreno Valley, 24949 Sunnymead, TEXAS
Eastern Group Luncheon, Luby’s, 71st & corner of Sunnymead & Perris Ave. Rio Grande Valley Group Luncheon,
Riverside Dr., Tulsa, OK, 1:00 PM 1:00 pm. Contact Dorothy Ansevics Country Pancake House, on the west
TEXAS (951) 683-5062 or firstname.lastname@example.org.. access road for 281 just ½ block S. of
Hill Country Luncheon, Inn of the Hills, Our February, 2009 luncheon will Nolana, Pharr. 11:30 AM, (Nov-Mar)
Kerrville, 11:30 AM. be replaced with another weekend
campout.. (See information under
Houston Group Luncheon, Golden
Corral, 11555 West Airport Blvd., TEXAS
Stafford, (281)2407316 11 AM Dallas/Ft Worth Group, Spring Creek
CALIFORNIA (Inland Empire)
Second Saturday luncheon for June will
Bar-B-Q, 1509 Airport Freeway, Bedford,
SECOND TUESDAY TX (N side of Airport Fwy (Hwy 183) at be replaced with a campout at Guajome
San Diego County Park. Some are
ALABAMA Forest Ridge exit.) 11:30 AM
Decatur Area Dinner, Mama Blues 6:00 coming on Thursday June 11 or Friday
pm. Contact Sam & Ginny Whitaker (256) IOWA June 12 and leave on Sunday June 14.
233-5966 or email@example.com Ryan’s Family Steakhouse on 86th Make your own reservations online or by
Street, Des Moines, Iowa 12:30 telephone at sdparks.org or (877) 565-
FLORIDA 3600. Contact person Dorothy Ansevics
Central Florida Luncheon, Golden Corral, THIRD TUESDAY at (951) 683-5062 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
4705 N. US Hwy 98, Lakeland, FL 11:30
AM (Dec thru Mar) WASHINGTON
Contact Pat Bradford #16065 South-end Luncheon, Old Country OHIO SPRING LUNCHEON
(863) 859-3339 Buffet, 1816 S. 320th St., Federal Way, April 21, Tuesday at Country Buffet,
WA. (Across from Sea Tac Mall) Canton, OH. Contact Dean Bailey at (419)
11:30 AM, (Except June, Sept & Dec.) 929-8102 or email@example.com.
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