What occurred that Saturday more than sixty years ago is prominent in the annals of our family. Depending on the teller, there are at least three versions of what became known as the “melee.” I am sharing my version, which is the most accurate.
Approximately seventy CVR events take place annually for the entertainment of club members. Volunteers lead every event. They dedicate a great deal of time to planning and then hosting related activities. In any year, there is usually some turnover in event leaders. This year is no exception
Prescott Kelly is a person for all seasons. His contributions to CVR are legendary. His eminence is well deserved.
Father’s Day is a poignant reminder of my father’s love for his sons and his interest in cars. Many years of missing him have burnished my admiration for his patience and his kindness.
Volunteers and sponsors contributed significantly to the exceptional success of the 2021 CVR Club Race. The race represented well Porsche’s heritage of mechanical excellence and driver competence.
The first-ever CVR Regionwide Food Drive was a success. Impressive goodwill and brilliant sunshine were in abundance on March 13. I thank the club members who generously donated food, which will provide sustenance to many families suffering hunger or struggling with food insecurity.
The CVR Regionwide Food Drive, is scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 13, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. For many years, CVR motto has been, “It’s not just the cars, it’s the people.” Please enliven the motto by donating food.
The primary goals for the year are a return to normalcy, revitalization of social media, and a new website. Other primary goals are a first-ever region-wide food drive and a membership campaign.
A return to normalcy will be a welcome respite. Our car club is arguably not essential to our lives; however, its activities are diversions from the many responsibilities and pressures that monopolize our attention and time.