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May Day is a European festival of ancient origins marking the beginning of summer, usually celebrated on 1 May, around halfway between the spring equinox and summer solstice.  Modern traditions are still observed in the USA in many communities.  Let’s CELEBRATE MAY, not just MAY DAY!

There is so much planned, it’s hard to get it all listed here, but I will do my best, and take you through the next 6 weeks.

Don’t forget about the regularly scheduled Porsches and Pancakes, May 11th and June 8th are the upcoming dates.

BIG NEWS ~ Our entire membership is invited to join the May Board Meeting on the 15th at 7:00 pm.

  • Please respond to this email that you are interested in participating and before the meeting date you will receive a ZOOM link with instructions on how to join.  We will conduct our regular business first and then take questions and comments from the members who join us.

We all received the email from Zone 8 about the spectacular Porsches and Parks trip scheduled for October 2024 arranged by the Vinyard Region which is a small club like ours, established on Nov 29th, 2021, and still growing with approx. 180 members today.   I have reached out to Victoria to see how we can meet them in Prescott for dinner and join the drive to Jerome/Sedona.  If you have the time to join them for the entire trip, it sounds like an unbelievable one!  More on this once we see what’s possible.

I attended a Zone 8 meeting earlier this week and a notable fact to relay is that National is celebrating the 70th Anniversary next year.  They have asked that we hold September 13th, 2025, for a celebration.  It’s just a teaser, no other details were given so as soon as I have something else, I will be sure to let everyone know.

If you got this far, thanks for reading!  I am looking forward to seeing you join in the planned activities.   Remember we do all this planning for you, and we try to do a good mix of weekends and weekdays to be as inclusive as possible.

Respectfully yours,

Lorraine Friedman

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