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Tour Utica – Thur, 8/6/2020

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Tour Leaders: Bob and Chris Snode and Gary and Char Davis

This will be a leisurely tour through the countryside, starting at the Bob Evan’s Restaurant located at 550 Robinson Rd, Wooster, OH 44691 (click for map) at 8:00 AM and driving to Granville, OH for lunch and then continuing to Utica, OH to tour the Velvet Ice Cream Co.    (click for website).  There is a limit of 12 cars for the tour; to sign-up contact Bob Snode via email, or sign up at the meeting,  or phone: 330-265-4349.

Bob Snode

fybo tour – sat, 4/25/2020

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Tour Leader: John and Donna Garsteck

This is a leisurely TOP DOWN  drive on curvy back roads leaving the Medina Antique Mall and a lunch in Amish Country.

Where:  Meet at the parking lot for Medina Antique Mall located at 2797 Medina Rd. (Rt 18), Medina, OH.  This is just east of I71 on Rt. 18 (click for map).  The entrance to the parking is off on Windfall Rd.  and behind Dunkin’ Donuts.
From I71 go east on Rt.18 and then left on Windfall Rd. and then left behind Dunkin Donuts into the parking lot .
From I77 go west on rt.18 and right on Windfall Rd.  just before I71 and then left behind Dunkin Donuts  into the parking lot.

Time: plan arrive by 9:00 AM.  Drivers meeting at 9:15 AM and leaving promptly at 9:30 AM.

Details:
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We will form 4 groups of approx 12 cars. When you arrive, please join a group that is not full. 
* Those that need insurance release forms, please print one (click for form) , fill out and bring with you to save time when checking in. 
* Bring Walkie-Talkies and / or CBs .
* Be prepared for cold weather, this is a top down “FREEZE YOUR BUTT OFF TOUR ” unless it is raining. .  In case of snow , the tour will be cancelled and we will try to reschedule.
* Please have a full gas tank and an empty bladder!!!, No pit stops are planned and there are none on the roads we will be cruising.
* To sign up, contact John and Donna Garsteck via email,  or sign up sheet at meeting, or phone 1-440-238-9363 and leave a message.

Looking forward to seeing everyone for a fun day!

John and Donna Garsteck

Book Club – Sun, 3/8/20

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Hosts: Karen Baker & Joyce Simmelink
When:  3PM Sunday, March 8, 2020
Where : Lexington Ridge Club House, Medina.  (Click for map, when you sign up for this event, include your email and you will receive detailed driving directions)

This year’s selection is EDUCATED by Tara Westover.

 Educated is an account of the struggle for self-invention.  It is a tale of fierce family loyalty, and the grief that comes of severing one’s closest ties.  With the acute insight that distinguishes all great writers, Westover has crafted a universal coming-of-age story that gets to the heart of what an education is and what it offers: the perspective to see one’s life through new eyes, and the will to change it.

Bring a snack and beverage if you wish (adult beverages are permitted).  Coffee and Tea will be provided.  There is a stove, refridgerator and microwave available.

To sign up contact: KAREN BAKER ( 330.760.6164) OR JOYCE SIMMELINK (440.796.7530).

Karen Baker & Joyce Simmelink

 

Dearborn Tour – Tue / Wed 9/15 – 16/2020

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Tour Leaders:  Dave and Pamela Handley 

This is a 2 day tour of Dearborn, MI.  The actual timing for each day will be provided later as well as accommendation details and starting time and location for the drive to Dearborn. 
1st Day
AM     Drive to Dearborn
PM:    Ford Rouge Assembly Plant Walking Tour
One of the top attractions is the walking tour of the Dearborn Truck Plant, (click for website) where the new military-grade aluminum-alloy-body Ford F-150 truck is made. The elevated walkway, a 1/3 mile journey, provides you with a unique bird’s-eyeview of the plant’s final assembly line. You’ll see first-hand the complex web of equipment, robotics, parts delivery and skilled workers that come together to build one truck per minute at full line speeds–yes, you read that right: onetrucks one a minute.  Note that Admission is $19.00 ($17.50 seniors) and Parking is $6.00.

 2nd Day
AM – early PM:     Ford Museum of American Innovation
A world where past innovations fuel the imagination of generations to come. A vibrant exploration of genius in all its forms, the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation (click for web site) allows you to experience the strides of America’s greatest minds while fully immersing yourself in their stories. Step inside the bus where Rosa Parks took a stand by taking a seat. Play pilot as you explore flight innovations, starting with the Wright brothers’ achievements, or make yourself at home inside Buckminster Fuller’s circular Dymaxion House.  Note that Admission is $25.00 ($22.50 seniors) and Parking is $6.00.

Mid afternoon / early evening:    Drive home

Dave and Pamela Handley