Date   

Re: Sunday's Rally

James Schulte <schultejim@...>
 

May 8th would work because Mother's day is the 9th. Let us know. We weren't able to make it this Sunday but nay be able to on the 8th.
Karen and Jim

Jim Schulte
VP Lehigh Valley Kayak & Canoe Club
VP Bux Mont Chapter Swm Officials
Aquatic Coordinator SAHS



 

To: Philly_MG_Club@...
CC: Philly_MG_Club@...
From: lmacy@...
Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2010 10:01:55 -0400
Subject: Re: [Philly_MG_Club] Sunday's Rally

 
You all are killing me. Yea it's gonna rain. But I won't care in
My mini :-)

What is the general consensus??  And what
Date do we move to??

Personally, I'd just as soon get it over and dine with

But I will go along with a general opion. 

May 8 th is my best next date

Larry

Larry Macy, Ph.D
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

"I finally figured out what email is for. It's for communicating with people you'd rather not talk to." G. Carlin

Sent via iPhone

On Apr 23, 2010, at 9:26, Kristi & Lambert <kristi74midget@comcast.net> wrote:

 

Hi all,


I am not sure if I did not receive emails for some reason or if only 2 people responded but has there been a decision made about Sunday.  I agree with Ed that it would be nice to run the rallye with the tops down.  And since both of the cars we have have crappy tops and we would get wet either way :-).  Lambert and I do not mind either way.

Thanks,

Kristi & Lambert
'74 RWA Midget
'77 RB Midget



On Apr 22, 2010, at 4:16 PM, Steve Harding wrote:

 
Dear Club Members,
A number of Club members and the DVT Club have inquired about whether the Rally is "Rain or Shine" or should it be postponed to the following Sunday. What does everybody think, esp. the Rallymaster? This is something we need to decide quickly in order to inform everyone. E-mail me soon.

Steve Harding
mgbgt1@hotmail.com
What contemptible scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch? - W.C. Fields






Re: Sunday's Rally

Larry Macy <lmacy@...>
 

You all are killing me. Yea it's gonna rain. But I won't care in
My mini :-)

What is the general consensus??  And what
Date do we move to??

Personally, I'd just as soon get it over and dine with

But I will go along with a general opion. 

May 8 th is my best next date

Larry

Larry Macy, Ph.D
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

"I finally figured out what email is for. It's for communicating with people you'd rather not talk to." G. Carlin

Sent via iPhone

On Apr 23, 2010, at 9:26, Kristi & Lambert <kristi74midget@...> wrote:

 

Hi all,


I am not sure if I did not receive emails for some reason or if only 2 people responded but has there been a decision made about Sunday.  I agree with Ed that it would be nice to run the rallye with the tops down.  And since both of the cars we have have crappy tops and we would get wet either way :-).  Lambert and I do not mind either way.

Thanks,

Kristi & Lambert
'74 RWA Midget
'77 RB Midget



On Apr 22, 2010, at 4:16 PM, Steve Harding wrote:

 

Dear Club Members,
A number of Club members and the DVT Club have inquired about whether the Rally is "Rain or Shine" or should it be postponed to the following Sunday. What does everybody think, esp. the Rallymaster? This is something we need to decide quickly in order to inform everyone. E-mail me soon.

Steve Harding
mgbgt1@hotmail.com
What contemptible scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch? - W.C. Fields



Re: Sunday's Rally

Midget Mail
 

From what I saw last night on the news, it is supposed to be rainy all day on Sunday and into Monday.  

On Apr 23, 2010, at 9:21 AM, Roger Gindin wrote:

 

What is the forcast?

Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry


From: "Emery" PSUalum.com>
Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2010 09:19:04 -0400
To: yahoogroups.com>
Subject: Re: [Philly_MG_Club] Sunday's Rally

 

If its going to be raining ans nasty I would vote to postpone it.  It would be nice to run a rally with the top down and not get wet.
 
Ed Emery
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, April 22, 2010 4:16 PM
Subject: [Philly_MG_Club] Sunday's Rally

 

Dear Club Members,
A number of Club members and the DVT Club have inquired about whether the Rally is "Rain or Shine" or should it be postponed to the following Sunday. What does everybody think, esp. the Rallymaster? This is something we need to decide quickly in order to inform everyone. E-mail me soon.

Steve Harding
mgbgt1@hotmail.com
What contemptible scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch? - W.C. Fields





Re: Sunday's Rally

Midget Mail
 

Hi all,

I am not sure if I did not receive emails for some reason or if only 2 people responded but has there been a decision made about Sunday.  I agree with Ed that it would be nice to run the rallye with the tops down.  And since both of the cars we have have crappy tops and we would get wet either way :-).  Lambert and I do not mind either way.

Thanks,

Kristi & Lambert
'74 RWA Midget
'77 RB Midget



On Apr 22, 2010, at 4:16 PM, Steve Harding wrote:

 

Dear Club Members,
A number of Club members and the DVT Club have inquired about whether the Rally is "Rain or Shine" or should it be postponed to the following Sunday. What does everybody think, esp. the Rallymaster? This is something we need to decide quickly in order to inform everyone. E-mail me soon.

Steve Harding
mgbgt1@hotmail.com
What contemptible scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch? - W.C. Fields



Re: Sunday's Rally

Roger Gindin <rag67@...>
 

What is the forcast?

Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry


From: "Emery" <JohnandMargarete@...>
Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2010 09:19:04 -0400
To: <Philly_MG_Club@...>
Subject: Re: [Philly_MG_Club] Sunday's Rally

 

If its going to be raining ans nasty I would vote to postpone it.  It would be nice to run a rally with the top down and not get wet.
 
Ed Emery

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, April 22, 2010 4:16 PM
Subject: [Philly_MG_Club] Sunday's Rally

 

Dear Club Members,
A number of Club members and the DVT Club have inquired about whether the Rally is "Rain or Shine" or should it be postponed to the following Sunday. What does everybody think, esp. the Rallymaster? This is something we need to decide quickly in order to inform everyone. E-mail me soon.

Steve Harding
mgbgt1@hotmail.com
What contemptible scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch? - W.C. Fields


Re: Sunday's Rally

Emery <JohnandMargarete@...>
 

If its going to be raining ans nasty I would vote to postpone it.  It would be nice to run a rally with the top down and not get wet.
 
Ed Emery

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, April 22, 2010 4:16 PM
Subject: [Philly_MG_Club] Sunday's Rally

 

Dear Club Members,
A number of Club members and the DVT Club have inquired about whether the Rally is "Rain or Shine" or should it be postponed to the following Sunday. What does everybody think, esp. the Rallymaster? This is something we need to decide quickly in order to inform everyone. E-mail me soon.

Steve Harding
mgbgt1@hotmail.com
What contemptible scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch? - W.C. Fields


News From The Simeone Museum

Steve Harding <mgbgt1@...>
 



Begin forwarded message:

From: "Simeone Museum" <harry@...>
Date: April 21, 2010 5:00:18 PM EDT
Subject: News From The Simeone Museum




News From The Simeone Museum

"Fabulous Ferraris Of The Fifties" Demonstration Day This Saturday At Noon
This Saturday, April 24th, at Noon we will be presenting a tribute to some of the greatest race cars made by the most famous name in racing: Ferrari. A 1954 375 MM and a 1958 250 Testa Rossa - both models that won at Le Mans - will be demonstrated. The 375 MM was raced briefly and then owned by actor William Holden. The 250 Testa Rossa was the first customer car, and one of only 19 “pontoon-fender” models ever built.
 
Please join us for this unique event. We will have hot dogs, sodas and pretzels in addition to a full  selection of items from our gift shop. A free tour of the Museum will follow the Demo Day at 1:30 PM.
 
Cooking Classes And Classic Cars Make A Wonderful Combination
What goes better with beautiful cars than fine food?  In May and June, we will be featuring the creations of some of the chefs who cater functions here at the Museum. They will lead you through the steps to prepare some of their signature dishes. 

CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAIL ON EACH CLASS AND INFORMATION ON HOW TO REGISTER.

Time: 10AM - 12 Noon
Place: Simeone Museum Main Exhibit Space
Cost: $35 per person, includes cooking class (with food to eat after the class) and admission to the museum. Spouses and friends will receive a discounted Museum admission of $10.

May 2nd
Village Catering

May 16
Edie's Catering

May 23
Cricket Catering

June 5
Liberties Catering

Bon appetit!


  
"Spirit Of Competition" Wins National Automotive Museum Book Award

NAAMY Award

The book profiling the Simeone Museum, "The Spirit of Competition,"received the First Place Award of Excellence from the National Association of Automotive Museums (NAAM) at their recent convention in Tupelo, Miss. The Award was in the "Books and Exhibit Catalogs" category.
 
The National Association of Automobile Museums is comprised of 168 members. The association is intended for institutions and people dedicated to the automobile and its history, including museums, companies, auto clubs and individuals. The mission of NAAM is to be a professional center of excellence for the support, promotion and education of automobile museums and affiliated organizations. 


 
Less Than 75 Copies Of "The Spirit Of Competition" Remain
We are quickly coming to the end of the first hardbound printing of "The Spirit of Competition." If you have considered purchasing a copy, we urge you not to wait. The book features images by world-renowned photographer Michael Furman, and additional archival material. Dr. Simeone wrote the copy that includes not only historical and mechanical data, but also the fascinating stories about how he came to acquire each car.

You can order the book onlinehere on our Web site. Or, if you prefer you can purchase the book in our Gift Shop at the Museum (and save shipping costs). Additionally, you can call Harry Hurst at (215) 365-7233 during Museum hours and order over the phone with a credit card. All orders for The Spirit Of Competition made through the Museum will also come with a signed, personalized letter of appreciation from Dr. Simeone, a one-year Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum Membership, and two free tickets to the Museum.   

Super Cars And Surprise Guest Make "Tribute To Sebring" Very Special

Sebring DemoAlmost 250 fans were treated to a very special Demo Day on March 27th. The "Tribute to Sebring" featured four cars - a Cunningham C4R, C- and D-Type Jaguars, and a Cobra Daytona Coupe - that competed at the famous Sebring 12-Hour race.

The 1953 Jaguar C-Type finished 3rd driven by Sherwood Johnson, the same year a Cunningham C4R won. In 1956, another Jaguar - our D-Type - again finished 3rd driven by Indy 500-winner Bob Sweikert.

Sebring Demo

The Cobra, a last-minute addition to the roster, is the same car that won the GT class at Sebring in 1964, the first international win for Shelby American. Adding additional commentary to Dr. Simeone's introduction was Chuck Cantwell, former Shelby American and Penske Racing legend (he's credited with being the "father of the GT 350.") Cantwell mesmerized the crowd with his tales of working at Shelby in the mid- and late-1960s, including his remembrances of CSX2287 (our Daytona) being built and the last time it raced, at Bonneville in 1965.

Classic Motorcycles Return In August
The "Classic Motorcycles At The Simeone" show will be returnig this summer. The Show will open on Saturday, August 14th with our "Kick-Start Party" and will run through September 9th.
 
This year the show will feature Triumph and we will be announcing a very special Guest of Honor for our Party in an upcoming newsletter. Please mark your calendar!
 
Museum Memberships Expanded to Include Free Admission
We've totally revised our membership program so that you can get more benefits. Starting immediately, all membership levels will give you free, unlimited admission (excluding the Spirit of Competition Awards dinner.)
Plus, depending on the membership level you select, you get:
• Free Program Brochure
• 10% Off all Gift Shop Purchases
• Friend Memberships Also Include 4 Museum Guest Passes 
• Patron Memberships Also Include A Private, 10 Person Tour 
Become a Member!
   Of The Museum
The new membership levels are:
        Student         $25
        Individual     $50
        Family         $125
        Friend         $250
        Patron        $500
 
Support the Museum! Become a member today! 

 
Let The Simeone Museum Supercharge Your Special Event
You know the Simeone Museum as one of the finest collections of sports racing cars in the world. We're also an excellent place to hold events. Whether it's a non-profit fundraiser, a sales meeting or a customer appreciation reception, we'll give it a spectacular backdrop. The Museum can handle groups from 10 to well over 1000 (we're one of the largest venues in Philadelphia.) Plus, we have 3 acres of free parking! Please contact our Event Coordinator, Maureen Moroney at BA Associates, (215) 628-2247 for more information on making your next event one to remember.
 
Visit Our Networking Web Sites 
We now have a Simeone Museum site on Flickr, Facebook, Twitter andYouTube. Please visit them and link to us.
 

Be A Volunteer! Get a Family Membership!
At this time we are very much in need of volunteers. We have a desperate need for:
 
Weekends:
Welcome/admission desk
Gift shop
 
Demonstration Days:
Parking
Admission
Gift shop
 
Events:
Parking
Information

 
As a special thank you to all volunteers who work 8 hours at the Museum, we will be giving you a free volunteer family membership for one year. The membership includes discounted admission and gift shop merchandise, plus a Simeone Museum t-shirt and program - a $150 value. We'll even give you a personalized name badge if you behave yourself!
 
If you would like to become a Volunteer, please reply to this email, or call Amanda Bartley at 215-365-7233.





 
 
Upcoming
Events
 
Cooking and Cars

May 2nd
Village Catering

May 16
Edie's Catering

May 23
Cricket Catering

June 5
Liberties Catering
 
 
Classic Motorcycles At The Simeone

Aug 14 - Sept 9
  

April 24
 
Tribute to Ferrari1954 Ferrari 375 MM
1958 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa
 

May 22

Great Cars, Great Drivers
1958 Aston-Martin DBR1
Ford Mk IV
Maserati 300S
 

June 19

Alfa Romeo 100th Birthday
Eight Alfas Romeos ranging in date from 1927 to 1975 and including five rare 8C models.
 

July 24

Tribute to Le Mans
1933 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300
1934 MG K3 Magnette
1936 Aston Martin Le Mans
 

August 28

Bentley Boys
1927 Bentley 3-liter “Speed Model” Red Label
1930 4.5 liter “Blower” Bentley
 

September 25

Tribute to Bugatti
1926 Type 35 Bugatti
1937 57 “Tank”
 

October 23

The Nurburgring
1927 Mercedes Benz Model “S”
1937 BMW 328
 

November 27

“Peoples Choice”

Subscribers to the Museum’s email newsletter will be able to cast their ballot to pick the two cars for this month’s Demonstration Day.

 
Free Tours
 
April 24
1:30 PM
 
April 25
12 Noon
 
May 23
12 Noon

 
 
Car Clubs and Groups
 

Schedule your next car club meeting at the Simeone Museum. Call Harry Hurst for details:(215) 365-7233
 
 
 
 

We can handle groups from 10 to over 1000. Make your next event a winner! Call Maureen Maroney for rates:(215) 628-2247
 
 

 




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Re: Sunday's Rally

Roger Gindin <rag67@...>
 

I personally do not care. It mau be too chilly for the top to be down anyway.

Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry


From: Steve Harding <mgbgt1@...>
Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2010 16:16:02 -0400
To: <Philly_MG_Club@...>
Subject: [Philly_MG_Club] Sunday's Rally

 

Dear Club Members,
A number of Club members and the DVT Club have inquired about whether the Rally is "Rain or Shine" or should it be postponed to the following Sunday. What does everybody think, esp. the Rallymaster? This is something we need to decide quickly in order to inform everyone. E-mail me soon.

Steve Harding
mgbgt1@hotmail.com
What contemptible scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch? - W.C. Fields


Sunday's Rally

Steve Harding <mgbgt1@...>
 

Dear Club Members,
A number of Club members and the DVT Club have inquired about whether the Rally is "Rain or Shine" or should it be postponed to the following Sunday. What does everybody think, esp. the Rallymaster? This is something we need to decide quickly in order to inform everyone. E-mail me soon.

Steve Harding
mgbgt1@...
What contemptible scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch? - W.C. Fields


Re: Lewes Show

Rich Williamson
 

I drive to Lewes several times a year from Plymouth meeting.

In the Mercedes, driving 75ish, i make it in around two hours.   This is taking the route 1 bypass.   You may not be taking this into account.


However those that really want to make the trip fun, can drive to Cape may and take the ferry over to Lewes.

I would be up for driving in a caravan and will use 2.5 hours - 3 hours as the estimate.

If you want to all leave from one of the park and rides near the bottom of the blue route or the crozier chester exit of 95.   This would be even closer than the full 2 1/2 hours.

Rich



On Apr 19, 2010, at 11:56 AM, Kristi & Lambert wrote:

 

Hi Club Members,


Lambert and I wanted to let you all know that if you are planning on attending this show that is will be a 3 hour drive.  When Lambert looked up the directions it kinda surprised us on the amount of drive time.  I do not want to discourage people from going to this show, I just want everyone to have a heads up.

Thanks for listening,

Kristi & Lambert
'74 RWA Midget
'77 RB Midget



On Apr 18, 2010, at 4:02 PM, Steve Harding wrote:

 

Dear Club Members,
In case we don't get the next newsletter to you in time, the first Car Show for our Club' attendance is The British Car Club of Delaware's "The British Are Coming...Again" Show on May 1st in Lewes, DE. For info about the Show go to www.bccdelaware.com, click on "Club Shows" and pull up the flyer. Closer to the Show date we'll organize a caravan to the Show. Take care,

Steve Harding
mgbgt1@hotmail.com
Forty is the old age of youth; 50 is the youth of old age. - Victor Hugo




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Re: FW: Britfest '10

Al French <alf7469@...>
 

This show conflicts with the Lewes DE show but I already sent in my registration so if anyone else is planning to head north and east on May 1st I'll see you in central NJ.
 
Al French


--- On Tue, 3/23/10, Glenn Davis <gdavis@...> wrote:

From: Glenn Davis
Subject: [Philly_MG_Club] FW: Britfest '10
To: Philly_MG_Club@...
Date: Tuesday, March 23, 2010, 7:29 AM

 

Fellow PMGC Members:  Please see the attached flyer for a car show sponsored by the MGCC Central Jersey Centre.  The show is scheduled for May 1 and preregistration is on or before 4/15/10.  Please plan to attend.

 

Cheers,

 

Glenn Davis

 

From: Charles Tregidgo [mailto:ctregidgo@ gmail.com]
Sent: March 22,2010 4:50 PM
To: Glenn Davis
Subject: Britfest '10

 

Glenn,


Here is the registration form for the car show on May 1.   Pictures of last year's show are available at www.mgccnj.org.

 

When you have any information about your club's show, email it to me and I will forward it to our newsletter editor. 


Charlie Tregidgo



Lewes BMC Show

Bill Hixson <MGBV6T5@...>
 

Dear Club Members,
In case we don't get the next newsletter to you in time, the first Car Show for our Club' attendance is The British Car Club of Delaware's "The British Are Coming...Again" Show on May 1st in Lewes, DE. For info about the Show go to www.bccdelaware.com, click on "Club Shows" and pull up the flyer. Closer to the Show date we'll organize a caravan to the Show. Take care,

Steve Harding

____________________________________________________

Philly MG Club Members,


Here's the Registration form for The British Car Club of Delaware
May 1st Event - Lewes British Motorcar Show.....Again!


(pdf file)  Attached..............BILL



Re: Lewes Show

pstc86@...
 

Lewes is about 1 1/2 to 2 hours from Wilmington DE.
An easy drive all expressway (Delaware Rt 1).
Bob Foley


Re: Lewes Show

Midget Mail
 

Hi Club Members,

Lambert and I wanted to let you all know that if you are planning on attending this show that is will be a 3 hour drive.  When Lambert looked up the directions it kinda surprised us on the amount of drive time.  I do not want to discourage people from going to this show, I just want everyone to have a heads up.

Thanks for listening,

Kristi & Lambert
'74 RWA Midget
'77 RB Midget



On Apr 18, 2010, at 4:02 PM, Steve Harding wrote:

 

Dear Club Members,
In case we don't get the next newsletter to you in time, the first Car Show for our Club' attendance is The British Car Club of Delaware's "The British Are Coming...Again" Show on May 1st in Lewes, DE. For info about the Show go to www.bccdelaware.com, click on "Club Shows" and pull up the flyer. Closer to the Show date we'll organize a caravan to the Show. Take care,

Steve Harding
mgbgt1@hotmail.com
Forty is the old age of youth; 50 is the youth of old age. - Victor Hugo



Re: Address for today's event

James Schulte <schultejim@...>
 

Steve,
I want to also thank you for a great time on Sat. The food was super and it was great to have everyone together. A lot of good stories. Am sure there will be many more in the years to come. Enjoy the gavel!!!
Karen, Jim and JD

Jim Schulte
VP Lehigh Valley Kayak & Canoe Club
VP Bux Mont Chapter Swm Officials
Aquatic Coordinator SAHS



 

To: Philly_MG_Club@...
From: rwblaisse@...
Date: Sun, 18 Apr 2010 20:09:14 -0700
Subject: Re: [Philly_MG_Club] Address for today's event

 

Steve,
Just a brief Thank You for an enjoyable evening at the 30th Anniversary of the Phila MG Club. My wife and I enjoyed the food and conversation.  Can not wait for the 40th.

Ray and Rose



Re: Address for today's event

raymond blaisse <rwblaisse@...>
 


Steve,
Just a brief Thank You for an enjoyable evening at the 30th Anniversary of the Phila MG Club. My wife and I enjoyed the food and conversation.  Can not wait for the 40th.

Ray and Rose


STRESS TEST

Steve Harding <mgbgt1@...>
 


Look at each of these items in turn. 
Are any of these items moving? How fast? 
Or are they perfectly still? 
Read the explanation at the end.
 
 

















One teacher said, "I felt like they were all moving.. 
but slowly. Kind of like, they were breathing.."

The pictures attached are used to test the 
level of stress a person can handle.

The slower the pictures move, the better your 

ability for handling stress.

Allegedly, criminals that were tested see them 

spinning around madly; however senior citizens 
and kids see them standing still.

None of these images are animated - they are 

perfectly still. 

P.S. If you do happen to 

see the images spinning 
around madly, please take 
me off your mailing list.
Thank You.
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Lewes Show

Steve Harding <mgbgt1@...>
 

Dear Club Members,
In case we don't get the next newsletter to you in time, the first Car Show for our Club' attendance is The British Car Club of Delaware's "The British Are Coming...Again" Show on May 1st in Lewes, DE. For info about the Show go to www.bccdelaware.com, click on "Club Shows" and pull up the flyer. Closer to the Show date we'll organize a caravan to the Show. Take care,

Steve Harding
mgbgt1@...
Forty is the old age of youth; 50 is the youth of old age. - Victor Hugo


Re: Spring TR vs MG Rallye

Roger Gindin <rag67@...>
 

I have short memory issues. What is happening at the bethlehem pathmark anyway? And who r u? Why do u keep emailing me?

Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry


From: Larry Macy <lmacy@...>
Date: Sun, 18 Apr 2010 13:31:14 -0400
To: <Philly_MG_Club@...>
Subject: Re: [Philly_MG_Club] Spring TR vs MG Rallye

 

Did you read the first email?? The Pathmark on 378 in Bethlehem


On Apr 18, 2010, at 12:42 PM, Roger Gindin wrote:

 

Which pathmark? Is ryan going?

Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry


From: Larry Macy <lmacy@phillymgclub.com>
Date: Sun, 18 Apr 2010 12:19:03 -0400
To: <Philly_MG_Club@yahoogroups.com>
Subject: Re: [Philly_MG_Club] Spring TR vs MG Rallye

 

Guess I should have included the date. It is Sunday April 25th. 


YOu can follow me if you want, but I think I have it pretty much completely out of control. I'll be leaving between 7:30 & 8 AM to get to the PathMark

Larry

On Apr 18, 2010, at 12:13 PM, Roger Gindin wrote:

 

Larry, what time are you going to leave? Anything I can do to help? Can I follow you? What day is it?

Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry


From: Larry Macy <lmacy@phillymgclub.com>
Date: Sun, 18 Apr 2010 11:35:03 -0400
To: Philly MG Club<Philly_MG_Club@yahoogroups.com>
Subject: [Philly_MG_Club] Spring TR vs MG Rallye

 

Sorry for the late notice on the starting point. The start will be from the Pathmark parking lot at 3691 Route 378
Bethlehem, PA 18015-5432

Drivers meeting 9:30, first car off at 10AM.

Also in the parking lot is a Radio Shack and Regal Cinema.

Larry

--

Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
lmacy@phillymgclub.com
Secretary
Philadelphia MG Club

"I think the problem, to be quite honest with you, is that you've never actually known what the question is." - Douglas Adams



-- 

Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
Secretary
Philadelphia MG Club



"I think the problem, to be quite honest with you, is that you've never actually known what the question is." - Douglas Adams




-- 

Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
Secretary
Philadelphia MG Club

One of these days, you'll look back on all this, and plow into a parked car.


Re: Spring TR vs MG Rallye

Jane Lamb <jel1964@...>
 

So that would be Bethlehem the town? We'll be leaving Philly at 4 am.
I am very excited!

On 4/18/10, Larry Macy <lmacy@...> wrote:
Did you read the first email?? The Pathmark on 378 in Bethlehem

On Apr 18, 2010, at 12:42 PM, Roger Gindin wrote:

Which pathmark? Is ryan going?

Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry

From: Larry Macy <lmacy@...>
Date: Sun, 18 Apr 2010 12:19:03 -0400
To: <Philly_MG_Club@...>
Subject: Re: [Philly_MG_Club] Spring TR vs MG Rallye


Guess I should have included the date. It is Sunday April 25th.


YOu can follow me if you want, but I think I have it pretty much
completely out of control. I'll be leaving between 7:30 & 8 AM to get to
the PathMark

Larry

On Apr 18, 2010, at 12:13 PM, Roger Gindin wrote:


Larry, what time are you going to leave? Anything I can do to help? Can I
follow you? What day is it?

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From: Larry Macy <lmacy@...>
Date: Sun, 18 Apr 2010 11:35:03 -0400
To: Philly MG Club<Philly_MG_Club@...>
Subject: [Philly_MG_Club] Spring TR vs MG Rallye


Sorry for the late notice on the starting point. The start will be from
the Pathmark parking lot at 3691 Route 378
Bethlehem, PA 18015-5432

Drivers meeting 9:30, first car off at 10AM.

Also in the parking lot is a Radio Shack and Regal Cinema.

Larry

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Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
lmacy@...
Secretary
Philadelphia MG Club

"I think the problem, to be quite honest with you, is that you've never
actually known what the question is." - Douglas Adams

--

Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
lmacy@...
Secretary
Philadelphia MG Club



"I think the problem, to be quite honest with you, is that you've never
actually known what the question is." - Douglas Adams



--

Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
lmacy@...
Secretary
Philadelphia MG Club

One of these days, you'll look back on all this, and plow into a parked car.

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