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President’s Message from STEVE LIMBERT, CPA-PCA President

July 2017


We have about twenty five members already signed up for our 2017 Crab & Shrimp Feast

Once again we had a good turnout for our July meeting at Loxley’s that included several members we have not seen for a time and some “newbies” WOW life is great. Our August meeting will be back at Loxley’s and then we will be going to move into a more centrally located area to attract members from Cumberland and York Counties. In August we will decide where to meet for the next three months and prior to year's end we will determine our meeting location for next year.

We have about twenty five members already signed up for our 2017 Crab & Shrimp Feast which is a great start for another fantastic CPA social event. The date is the 27th of August and we are moving from the Liederkranz to the Mechanicsburg Club Picnic Grounds which Eric Wahlberg has assured us they can handle our group. Should be another super day with all our friends.

Unfortunately our Autocross Chair reported that the possibility of using the Penn State Harrisburg lot for our events is not going to happen this year. Management has decided that our use of the lot would degregate the surface sooner than they would like, hence once again we are looking for a site.

If anyone has a lead or knows someone that may have a large lot that could accommodate our Autocross needs please let John Caceres or me know. We need to be proactive in finding a site.

Don Moore, our member of the year, brought his report from the Charity Committee on the charities that they have recommended the club support for this year. The board approved those recommendations and once again we will be supporting two students at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology plus ten other local charities. And yes, we are going to the dogs again by giving to United Disabilities Service. That makes three puppies we are involved with.

All members should be proud of our past and present offering to these nonprofit institutions. As a club we eptomise the saying that it’s the people and not the cars!

Summer is starting to flee so get out and enjoy your cars.

As always, TRAVEL SAFE

Steve

snl6gt@gmail.com