Secretary - Katie Owens
Club bylaws require review and approval of the meeting minutes from the previous meeting. Please take the time to review the minutes so they can be voted on at the next general meeting.
British Sports Car Club
Date/Time: September 04, 2018, 7:14 PM
Meeting Location: Mimi’s Café, 2029 Alta Arden Way, Sacramento
Presiding over Meeting: Pat Galvin, President 33 Members in Attendance
Roll Call of Officers
New Member: Chris and Caroline Brooks Car: 1953 MGTD work in progress
New Member: John and Nancy Kerhlikar. He learned about the club from Tony Martinis. Car: 1967 Sunbeam Alpine, green
Reading of the minutes from the last regular meeting held on: July 07, 2018
Motion to approve minutes approved: XX As posted in Oilspots
Appointed Positions -
Parts Masters -
Treasurer’s Report: Katie Costanzo
We spent about $1600 in August for insurance, a donation to the Auto Museum, and stamps. We are on track for year-to-date balances.
Correspondence: Steve Rudy (Absent). Katie O. read a thank you note from the Pantoja family for the card and gift sent on behalf of the club.
Editors Report: Dave and Gretchen Underwood
Dave and Gretchen have stepped down. Need new volunteer for this important club position, Please volunteer!
Jerry researched cost and information about a company that will publish a newsletter for us. Cost varies based on whether it is digital only, or printed. ($9 to $11) per member per year. For UBSCC it would be about $1100 per year. Katie C. mentioned that we would need to work that into our budget; like a fundraiser or something. Jerry shared a published version of the newsletter, which appears to have many clubs’ letters compiled into one publication. He will do more research.
Ongoing Business: ACCC – Carl Agnew (absent)
Driven to Drive Event at Old Sugar Mill, August 31. Tony M reported it was a nice event. Good food, nice crowd. He recommends it.
Delta King, Beni Feil. Small turnout, Owens and their friends, Costanzos, Beni Feil and her friend, and Freeses. It was colorful, lots going on and some good acting. Fun night out.
President: Pat Galvin
Vice-President: Steve Rudy
Treasurer: Katie Costanzo
Secretary: Katie Owens
Editor: Dave & Gretchen Underwood
Regalia: Beni Feil
Webmaster: Ken Montgomery
Historian: Bob Byers
Communications: Bill Pugh
Dixon Chair: Jerry Costanzo
ACCC: Carl Agnew
Grand Pooh-Ba: Rich Thomas
Austin-Healey: Jerry Costanzo
Jaguar: Zack Rockwell
Morris/Allard: Tony Martinis
Jenson-Healey: Rich Thomas
MG: Mac Sawhill
Triumph: Bob Byers
Rootes Group: Chuck Baker
Morgan: Tim Waller
Sacramento Yacht Club car gathering, September 8th, Beni Feil. Gathering to also be attended by the MG Club starts at 11 AM and ends at 6 PM. There will be boats, cars and food. She will send an email out with directions.
Ironstone Concours d’Elegance, September 22nd, (Pat Galvin) Pat highly recommends this quality event for members. There are about 5 to 6 members going. We will leave Friday at 1:00 PM, All cars need to be parked by 9:00 AM on Saturday. You will need to find a motel on your own. Hopefully there will be no poultry incidences for Pat this year!
Triumphest volunteer opportunity, September 27, 28, 29, (Pat Galvin) This is a great opportunity for us be-cause this event is local this year. The event hotel is the Sacramento Hilton Arden West. There will be around 200 Triumphs there. There are lots of activities, and opportunities to help out, like the Auto Cross and Le Mans Start at Cal Expo on 9/28 and the Concours Car Show on 9/29. Please consider volunteering for this event. Contact Pat if interested.
Teddy Bear Run, October 6th, (Bill Pugh) Bill met with the new coordinator and talked about the kids’ needs and the concerns about the teenage boys, but Bill says no problem in the past; they are typically interested in the cars. We will meet 9:00 AM for coffee and donuts, leave about 9:30 AM. Bill says we can do lunch, but he and AnnaBelle will be heading home after cleaning up at Sac Children’s Receiving Home.
Grapes of Wrath, October 13th, (Mike and Marissa Hash). Mike said that we will drive to wineries and breweries in Placer County. We will meet up next to Sun Splash in Roseville. Breakfast first at Brookfields, next door to Sun Splash. Signup sheet at the next meeting.
Halloween Rally, November 4th, (Kyle and Katie Owens). Sign up sheet next meeting. Get your costumes ready!
For the Good of the Club
Bill shared that the Morgan Hill British Show is on Oct 12-14
Jerry mentioned that Healey Week is October 17-21 in Oregon.
Tony M. shared information about the Ferndale event on September 8, 9 with food and cars showing. This is up in Humboldt County. Fun event.
Dan R thanked members for the get-well card he received. It really helped to know we were thinking of him. Dan reported on the Auto Museum events.
First Sat at the Museum, with hands-on class, Legos, cars on tracs in the Kid Zone
9/15-16 “Heroes and Rogues” event. Comicon like event but comic only.
9/26 New exhibit starts of local 1950’s restored cars; like Chevy, and Ford.
New exhibit “Hitting the Road” soon, with historic camping vehicles and equipment.
9/29 Model A Class. Great learning experience. They also have Model T Classes
10/6 Cruise. Shortened this year – 2 hours, El Camino to Marconi and back. Expecting 400 cars and 10 thousand people. Clubs can call the Museum and pick a spot and park there together. This is the only fundraiser for the education program at the Museum. For example, the Boy Scouts will be earning an automobile merit badge. And there will be a Model T assembly line. The Club could consider a contribution to the education fund.
11/3 “Whiskey, Cars and Cigars” sampling while viewing the displays at the Museum.
Beni says there are now size medium shirts available.
Kelli and Tony shared that the Blackhawk All British Motor Show is Sunday Oct. 21
Grand Poo Bah: Rich Thomas
The Grand Poo Bah had no awards but did offer some advice: “If your car isn’t dripping oil, that means it’s out of oil.”
Next Meeting Date/Location: October 02, 2018, Mimi’s Café, 2029 Alta Arden Way, Sacramento
Meeting Adjourned at 8:10 PM
Katie Owens, secretary