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GMCC Monthly Meeting Minutes - September 2017
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Greater Moncton Corvette Club
September 04, 2017​
Lounsbury Meeting Room​ - 7 PM​
Present: Roger and Angie Bourgeois, Paul Dunn, Dave and Louise Fyffe, Ed LeBlanc, Don MacAulay, Wornick Price, Dwight and Libby Rayworth, Rick and Helen Estabrooks, Roger and Leontine Boudreau, Gary Gaskin, Charles Gould, Steve and Marilyn Whalen, Doug MacDonald, Chanel Michaud, and Greg Zwicker (21)
1. The regular monthly meeting was called to order by the president, Roger Bourgeois, with 21 members present.  All members, including long time former member, Greg Zwicker, were warmly welcomed.
2. The minutes of the August meeting were accepted as read.
                  Moved: Louise Fyffe​   Seconded: Angie Bourgeois​Approved
3.   Old Business:
           a) A review of the July runs was presented by the president.  Reports of these runs                  ​may be viewed at our website and two will be attached to these minutes.
           b) Several unsuccessful attempts have been made to deliver our cheque to                              ​Crossroads for Women; therefore another charity will be chosen for this donation.   
4.  Financial Report:
a) The financial report was accepted as presented by the treasurer showing a balance of $xxxxx.  (see attached paper copy)
     Moved: Leontine Boudreau​  Seconded: Roger Boudreau​Approved
b) The annual donation to Autism New Brunswick is to be $2000.
       Moved: Doug MacDonald​   Seconded: Paul Dunn​Approved
c) The $500 charitable donation for 2017 will divided in the following ways:
​#1 $200 to Lindou and Jeanne Cormier for Friends of the Moncton Hospital fund raising effort
#2 $150 to the YWCA Moncton
#3 $150 to the Moncton Veterans Home.
                 Moved: Angie Bourgeois​   Seconded: Steve Whalen    Approved
5. New Business:
Upcoming runs were discussed and are found on the website:
a) Caraquet area for September 30th
b) Balloon Fest for September 9 and/or 10 as well as Miramichi Drag Races that weekend     
c) September 23rd run to be announced
d) Lobster Run will be held in late October
e) Rhys Run is on October 8th
For the information of the club:
a) Brochures for Vettes to Vets are now available.
b) Cape Breton Classic Cruisers Fall Event information is now available
c) Our new sponsor, Flawless Automotive Paint Repair, is being highly recommended by members who have visited the shop or who have had repairs carried out.
d) Lounsbury’s have sold 5 new 2018 Corvettes this season
e) Our current membership is 121 far surpassing our goal of 100 memberships
There being no further business the meeting was declared adjourned. 
The 50/50 draw netted $20 for Ed LeBlanc.
Secretary Louise Fyffe
President Roger Bourgeois
PEI Car Show 2017
Twenty cars left Aulac at 9 AM with 5 or more from NS joining us.  We met the remainder at Gateway Village on PEI shortly after 10 AM.  We toured the back roads leading to Cavendish and had lunch at Diner C. We left as a group of 48 cars heading to Brackley Beach with some rain falling.  Supper was a free BBQ hosted by the PEI group.  Thanks to those who gave prizes in order to raise charity funds.  At the Comfort Inn we convened at the breakfast area to play RLC game until 10 PM and then off to bed.  The next day started with drizzle but the sun soon came out and by the end of the weekend we had over GMCC 25 cars participating in the show.  Gilles and Margo won the C1 class and the charity choice award.  C6 was won by Roger and Angela and C7 by Bertrand and Annette from Balmoral.  Excellent weekend for all
Grand Lake Run
After a one week rain delay we set off from Magnetic Hill on September 03 with nine cars for a picnic in the Princess Park area of Grand Lake.  With Roger as the shepherd and Angie as clean-up crew, we managed to stick together and pick up a couple of Fredericton cars at Casey’s.  Since I’d never been on this secondary road before, it was quite a thrill to go through the back waters of the lake on the twisty roads.  At some points it was like travelling through the Everglades!  We stopped at the park for lunch and a visit and then travelled on through Minto and Chipman for the mandatory ice cream stop.  I have to confess that we did not finish the whole trip because we were keen to backtrack to Slocum’s for fresh vegetables and returned to Moncton in a leisurely fashion.  The weather was fine and the company was pleasant so I’d rate this a thumbs-up trip.