CFMC Activities Report by Ron Carmichael

We are nearing the end of another great year of CFMC events. I would like to thank all of the members who have hosted events as well as those members who have participated in them. Now it is time to begin to plan for our 2018 activities. Please consider hosting an event in the coming year. If you are willing to host, please let me know so we can get a placeholder on our CFMC calendar. As details are developed, please send a write up with preliminary information on date, location and planned activities to Ron at Rcarmike@aol.com. Please send your final write up early enough so we can include it in the Activities Calendar in the Ragtop Tales at least two months before the planned event.

Current events are located elsewhere on the website.

As always, I would like to say a big THANK YOU to all the CFMC members who have stepped forward and hosted events in 2017. It is your commitment to our Club in supporting these events that make our CFMC successful and appealing to our members. Keep up the great work!

President’s Message – September 2020

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Highland Games

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