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Hey Vince 2 years 1 month ago #1690

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Nice work on the 51 rally amico!
Every time I start thinking the world is all bad, then I start seein some people out there having a good time on motorcycles, it makes me take another look. - Steve McQueen, 1970
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Hey Vince 2 years 1 month ago #1692

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Thanks Kevin. The rally was a success because of all of the people in the club who assisted and worked hard to make it so. I want to thank Marge and John Humphrey who were instrumental in set up and worked the whole rally to keep things running smoothly. Of course the charming and efficient Nancy Barrett who ran the registration desk with a group of volunteers. Ed Syphan who always does a great job on the dinner and scenic rides with Glenn Kidd riding sweep in addition to playing his production videos in the carousel building and Jay Singh leading an adventure ride. Leo Stanton got up early and took care of the coffee and did double duty for pack up after the rally. Jeff and Jacob Harlich assisted with coffee and Joyce Elk and Jack Bramkamp helped with registration. Jacob also helped with AV equipment set up. Diane Pears did the tee shirts and always makes sure there are plenty of maps and brochures in the coffee pavilion. Joann Barr was kind enough to continue her tradition of picking up the morning Sunday doughnuts and Maggie Weaver picked up the cookies for the Saturday night dinner. Mark Loesch did the bike exhibition for a second year in a row and his wife Linda supervised the Boy scouts who provided security and some tidy duties in the bathrooms.
William Crookston organized the field games and despite the weather they were a popular event.
I know I missed a few people, as generally club members are always good about helping so thanks to everyone for making it a successful rally.
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