Chris, I will be first to answer, I live 1.5 hrs from Little Rock, we have a couple of retail businesses that are open 6/7 days a week. Being a small family business we pretty much have to be in the business. I am also the Sec/Tres (4 years) of a car club in Fordyce, we have about 30 members, our president has held that capacity for about 14 of the past 15 years. No one wants to do this job but when asked will do almost any of the grunt work. That being said when I finish my car I will be happy to help with a few of the projects but I don't feel because of the distance I live from the hub of the club I would be very effective as an officer. I hope this club will be able to continue doing what its members have worked so hard to accomplish, having as active a club as the Arkansas Pontiac Association is a plus for not only Little Rock but also the State.
If any of you want to bring you Pontiac (any cars are welcome) to Fordyce this Saturday Oct. 17., South Arkansas Kruizers is putting on our fall show that will benefit the American Cancer Society. First, Second, Third place awards plus Best of Show and People Choice trophies and drawing for door prizes. Hamburgers, drinks and chips sold at the show. The Crown Jewel of South Arkansas "Klappenbach Bakery" is next to the lot where the show is held, you can dine-in on some of the best Rubens, Philly Cheese, BLT's, Hero's, Turkey Clubs plus soup of the day. Take home some of the many breads, my favorite is the garlic French bread that is already sliced and smeared with garlic butter wrapped in foil so all you have to do is pop in the oven for 22 minutes.
I hope the moderator doesn't edit this for it's commercial nature. Phil