Mustang Club of Mid-Michigan
Greetings, MCMM Members,
For those of you heading down to the MCA National Show in Indy later this month, Stan & Ruth Bentley ask me to send this note out. Since I don’t know who is going, I’m sending to all MCMM members.
If you ARE going to Indy, and want to head down together, let me know.
“Ruth and I would like to have a wine tasting at Indy for the members of MCMM headed there. We will be bringing wine, glasses, chips, salsa and what ever else Ruth can think of. Thinking of Fri. night July 28th.
“I’m sure the hotel has a patio or some place we could have it. If others would like to bring something that would be fine. I don’t know for sure who all is going.”
If you’re NOT headed for Indy and want to further support the Saginaw County Veteran’s Memorial Plaza, I attached a “just received” car show flyer for a show on July 29th. Another chance to support the Plaza and veterans in the Saginaw County area.
The Mustang Club of Mid-Michigan (MCMM) is a Michigan Non-Profit Corporation and a family oriented club. Since our beginning in 1993, our club has been a charter member of the Mustang Club of America (MCA). We welcome all Mustang enthusiasts to join our club. The love of the car is the only requirement. We normally meet monthly on the 3rd Monday of the month (6:30 – 8:00pm) at Sullivan’s Food & Spirits, 5235 Gratiot RD, Saginaw, MI 48638 We have members from various backgrounds and we work at one to three car shows annually, including our own car show in May. In addition to drafting a monthly newsletter called Horsin’ Around, we have picnics, cruises, tours, outings, and other family fun events!
To foster and promote interest in the Ford Mustang automobile; to conduct educational programs; to provide information regarding Ford Mustangs; and to support charitable and community organization programs of interest to club members and supporters. The club is open to anyone interested in the 1964 1/2 to present Mustang, regardless of vehicle ownership, and for the enjoyment in the hobby and club fellowship. Members should have enthusiasm and a willingness to participate in club activities. Participation of the family unit is not only desired but also essential.