Thanks to Sue Cipa and the Penn Coachmen for their Holiday wishes and another newsletter. You have to check out Sue’s “T’was the Night Before….” on the last page. But don’t rush to get there. Relax, grab a hot chocolate (or your favorite beverage) and enjoy the whole newsletter. I did.
I just figured out how to embed a fanfare on this page to celebrate a first – the first on-line (here, at least) digital copy of an Eastern Sharps & Flats newsletter.
Chapter President Bruce Taylor shared this newsletter with me this afternoon after we were introduced to each other during an Eastern Area Zoom meeting. This colorful newsletter is filled with news and photos – check out the Santa on page 5. He’s the real deal (I should know)! Make a note of their newest members so you can personally welcome them at your next rally.
I hop you enjoy this newsletter as much as I did.
By the way – The Santa is Nick Hefner. He is saxophone player extraordinaire and a graduate of Santa School. He is also the President of the Sea Sharps Chapter of the Maestros.
Thanks to our Eastern Area President, Phyllis Britz, we have just received a copy of the Twentieth Century Wagontrainers’ November 2022 Newsletter – “Wagon Tracks”. This newsletter is chocked full of the latest news and rally information to be had concerning this active FMCA Chapter, including a complete 2023 Rally Schedule on the first page. Talk about being organized and up-front !! Read all about it by simply clicking the link below:
Well the 2022 Rally Season has come to a close for the Penn Coachmen. What a great way to finish at the Penn Coachmen 500 rally at the Pocono Raceway! Check out Chapter President Sue Cipa’s latest news and rally photos in their October 2022 newsletter just released. They welcomed 31 new coach families into their membership in 2022!
FMCA Penn Coachmen Chapter’s President, Sue Cipa, shared this July 2022 Newsletter with us. Inside you will find a great recap of the G.E.A.R. rally, the Penn Coachmen rally schedule for the rest of 2022 and for 2023 (Who is THAT ORGANIZED?), a nice note from Phyllis Britz AND so much more. Click the link below to open and read the latest from the Penn Coachmen. Thank you Sue!