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10th KATHY CORSO
12th DON KLOS
18th KIM KAEHLER
25th CAROL MIRKAY
26th DENICE SKYLES
29th PATTI DEDEKE
30th STU SPRINGER
The Golden Years
Part of our clubs 'rodacomerie' is the concern we have for each others well being. If you or any other Coachmen or friends are having specific health issues, surgeries, etc. please let us know, and if you'd rather maintain your privacy, we'll respect that too.
John Gibbons went into the hospital on the 26th to get a defibrillator placed near his heart. We wish him well.
Train Trip to Kansas City
We had 24 Coachmen or former Coachmen venture to Kansas City via Amtrack. The Puricelli’s, the Meckfessel’s, the Moise’s, the Dedeke’s, the Berger’s, the Langer’s, the Hill’s, Paula Schlecht, Cathie Sorbello, the Dalton’s, the Gittemeiers, the Daneille’s, and the Rigdon’s.
The weather was pretty good for the middle of February.
Amtrack was very accommodating by letting our group on the train ahead of most of the other passengers (both ways) which allowed us to sit together. We had fun taking turns visiting the bar car as well as consuming various snacks that we were allowed to bring on the train.
Saturday morning we took a trolley ride around town and were amazed at all the attractions Kansas City has to offer. We split in to several groups for Saturday evening dinner.
After Sunday morning breakfast, we all got together again as a group for our visit to the World War I Museum. We spent several hours there and still didn’t see it all. What an amazing museum!
Kudos to the Fairfield Inn for their hospitality. Their shuttle service was invaluable. They shuttled us all around town as well as storing our luggage Sunday morning as well as bringing it to Union Station Sunday afternoon.
The ride home on the train included a lot of napping, it was a long weekend. We’ll have to plan something like that again in the future.
The activities commitee will meet at 10:00 AM on the last Thursday of each month at Lou's Shop - Automotive Unlimited, 210 E. Steins St. (east of Broadway and just north of Shirmer)
All members are invited to participate
Thankfully, as far as we know, there is no news to report.
If you need Coachmen logo T-shirts, polo shirts, sweat shirts, jackets, caps, decals, drag plates, etc. contact Lou Puricelli.
Wheels for Sale
Jack Bresnahan's son-in-law, Dee, has a set of 4 wheels for sale. They at Vossen Wheels from his 2004 Corvette. They have been recently power-coated and have not been mounted since. 2 are 19X10 and 2 are 20X12. No lug nuts. He is asking $1500 OBO for all 4. He can be reached at 314-280-7643
'97 Trans Am Convertible for Sale
Bill Blumm's son has a “97” black TA convertible. 6 speed manual trans with ws6 performance package, 68,000 miles, one owner, for sale. Asking $10,500. Contact weblumm@Gmail.com.
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