CFMC President’s Message – August 2017

Hi All,

Well, another summer is pretty much gone, and schools are starting to reopen which means that school buses will be out in the mornings and afternoons. School activity buses will be out in the late afternoon as well. Please be extra careful.

In July we conducted the quarterly general membership meeting combined with the July event sponsored by the Badoians. For those who missed it, it was a barbecue, Armenian style. It was well attended. There were Miatas of each and every body style: NA, NB, NC, NCHT, ND, and NDRF parked out front. I think this is a first. I wish we could have gotten a picture of all of them together. I’m sure Stevenson Mazda would have liked a copy.

We will also appoint a nominating committee at the Fall meeting since our next general membership meeting will be at the holiday gathering and will include the election of officers for next year.

The next event will be the solar eclipse event sponsored by Paul and Rebecca Reinmann. It promises to be interesting, and you can learn all about it in Ron Carmichael’s column of upcoming activities.


President’s Message – January 2024

Happy New Year!  I hope everyone had a blessed Christmas and Holiday with friends and families. With the rush of the busiest season of the year behind us, we can focus on new goals, hopes, and opportunities in the coming year of 2024. For us, it marks the 31st year of the CFMC. Not many…

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President’s Message – December 2023

Well, it’s finally here, the last month of 2023.  If you’re like me, you have to look at the calendar to believe it’s the end of another year. I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving and are preparing for the celebration of the end-of-year holidays. With the hustle and bustle of the next few weeks,…

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President’s Message – November 2023

We’re enjoying a beautiful fall season here in southeastern North Carolina. As we wrap up October with summer-like weather, we know that the chilly winds and lower temperatures are only delayed, not avoided. November brings us the beginning of what for many, is the busiest time of the year. We’ll gain an hour as daylight…

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