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  • Early March

    club-news

    Conclave Dates Announced

    The 64th Annual TCMG / ARR Conclave will be held October 3-5 (Saturday through Monday), and will be hosted this year by ARR. The location is not yet announced.

     

    meetings

    Our next monthly meeting will be held on March 24 at our usual Studio City location.  This will be the return of our popular Hobby Night!  Bring your favorite non-TC hobby items for a show and tell. Learn more about your fellow TCMG’ers through their own hobbies. This one is always a crowd pleaser!

    February recap: 16 members and guests attended our February Meeting.  Three TCs were present, driven by Lemieux, Simmons and Loe.

    For more meeting and event information, visit the Calendar Page.

     

    events

    PLEASE NOTE THIS IS AN RSVP EVENT!  Send RSVP to Richard Loe.

    We will meet at and tour the Lanterman House in La Canada Flintridge on Wednesday, March 4th. This craftsman home was designed by Arthur Haley in 1915 for Dr. Roy Lanterman and his wife Emily. The property stayed in the Lanterman family until the two bachelor sons, who had continued to live in the house, died in the 1980s. At that point the home was given to the City of La Canada Flintridge. Therefore, the original amenities, furniture and decor remain. Dr. Lanterman was interested in the latest technology and the home has many period examples that reflect this, for instance this is the first residence west of the Mississippi built of reinforced concrete. One Lanterman son was a State Assemblyman and the other was an inventor who designed custom components for high performance vehicles. Fee for the tour is $3 for seniors or students and $5 for adults.

    After the tour we will caravan to the historic Fair Oaks Pharmacy and Soda Fountain in South Pasadena for lunch. A woman entrepreneur had the building constructed and started the business in 1915. The menu is diverse with extravagant fountain desserts.  See the March newsletter for further details, or contact events chair Richard Loe.

    February Recap: 14 members and guests took part in our Lame Duk Kup event.  Four TCs were present, driven by Loe, Hunsberger, Simmons and Spindler. A fifth TC driven by Lemieux returned home due to a misfire. Congratulations to Cliff Lemieux for winning the Lame Duk trophy!

    For more meeting and event information, visit the Calendar Page.

     

    newsletter

    The March Classic Chassis is online and ready for viewing!

    CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS ISSUE

    To view past newsletters, including one from way back in April 1958, visit the Newsletter Page.

     

    web-site

    Welcome to our newest members!

     

    web-site

    February 25: Added new page for Rob Zucca.

    February 25: Added new page for Pete & Lisa Gannon.

    December 14: New TC info added for John & Georgia Bowyer.

    November 12: New page added for Mike & Sherri Simmons.

    November 3: New page added for Beau & Annie Sicotte.

    October 19: New info and photos added to the 1959 TCMG / ARR Conclave page.

    October 16: New page added for the 2019 TCMG / ARR Conclave.

    September 17: Updated the Technical Resources page.

    September 9: New page added for Julian Carter.

    September 5: New page added for William Kennard.

    September 4: New page added for Edward Kansriddle.

    July 19: Updated the Video Vault page.

    April 10: New page added for the 1985 TCMG / ARR Conclave.

    March 21: New TC added for David Mathison.

    As always we are seeking photos for the Members Gallery showing you and your TC. We also welcome member biographies so your fellow TCMG’ers can learn a bit about you, your history with your TC or anything else you care to write about. Historic photos and stories are also being sought to expand our TCMG History section on the site. Please send what you have to Steve Simmons.

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