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President's Message

December View from the Top!

Happy Holidays Skiers! 

As I write this the temperature is dropping and a storm is rolling in. The ski resorts are in operation and it is shaping up to be a great ski season! 

November has been a quiet month for our Club, and little has happened other than our General meeting and our TGIFs. I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving holiday and were able to spend time with family and friends.

As we head into December, please do not forget that our General Meeting this month is our annual Bake Sale. It is time for those who have the knack for baking, cooking and crafting, to create their favorite sweet treats and unique items, so we can auction them off at our General meeting.

Ron Percival and Dan Lutterman will be our auctioneers, and with those two, anything can happen!

We only have two primary fundraising activities, working for the Reno Air Races and our Bake Sale. Do not miss out on this opportunity to contribute to our club. This is a lot of fun, and the goodies are great.

If you don’t bring an item for sale, please bring your checkbooks!

At the end of the month we are having a New Years Eve party at the National Automobile Museum in downtown Reno. The party planning committee assures us that this is going to be a great event! The venue is terrific, the menu delicious, there will be raffles and opportunities to win some great prizes, and you can don your favorite ‘Roaring 20’s costume, be a flapper or a gangster, and win the best costume contest!

To register for this great party, go to our website and click on the link on our home page. If you have not renewed your membership with the Club through SportsEngine (see the link on our homepage) you will not be able to register for the party online. Now is the time to take care of that if you have not already done so.

For details on the party see the flyer on our website. I am looking forward to seeing all of you there!

Monica Palmer, VP of Public Relations and Safety Administrator, is holding a “safety contest.” Submit your most compelling safety story (see the flyer on the website) and you may have the opportunity to win a Scheels gift card.

Check the website regularly for new information and events as new items may be placed on the calendar between Newsletters.

I want to give a huge Thank You to all my Board Members for their service to the Club over the course of this year. Without them, and all their hard work and many hundreds of hours of dedicated service, this Club would not be what it is today.

Steve Kelly,  RSRC President