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George Herrin
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« on: December 28, 2006, 11:06:58 am »

OK I finally got the room nailed down. We will have our first club meeting Jan. 13th from 1 to 4 pm. We will discuss the up coming seasons what the clubs purpose is and anything else you the racer feels is needed to be discussed. It will be held in the high forest room, at the Hohenwald Park. So if you are interested in racing and simply having fun with the family please come to the meeting and see what we are all about.

Diirections from Columbia coming in on hwy 412 go to center of town (thrid light)  turn right on hwy 48 go to second light turn left onto Smith st.where the building stops on right side and the park fence starts is the entrance to the room.

Directions from Lawrenceburg...43 to hwy 20 turn left coming into Hohenwald on hwy 20 at first red light turn right on hwy 48 go to third light turn left onto Smith st. where the building stops on the right side and the park fence starts is the entrance to the room.

Directions from Centerville.... hwy 100 south to hwy 48 turn left as coming into town at first light turn right onto Smith st. where the building stops on right side and the park fence starts is the entrance to the room.

From Linden direction take 100 north to hwy 412 junction turn right coming into town go to thrid light turn left on 48 go to second light turn left onto Smith st. where the building stops on right side and the park fence starts is the entrance to the room.

From Nashville 65 south to first columbia exit (Waffel house and Cracker barrell at this exit) turn right onto 412/43 go to hwy 412 juntion turning left onto 412  coming in on hwy 412 go to center of town (thrid light)  turn right on hwy 48 go to second light turn left onto Smith st.where the building stops on right side and the park fence starts is the entrance to the room.


Any questions feel free to call either myself or Larry Favors for more info...

George Herrin
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Larry Favors
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« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2007, 09:14:58 am »

WELL the meeting  came and went and had a god turnout. Races are scheduled and the season is looking very bright. Soon a Jeannie gets a chance to breath and sits down she will get a news letter done up and we will get that posted and mailed out. I want to personally think everyone for their interst and BTMRA and showing up for our first meeting. Had some truly great and sincere input. BTMRA has a bright future ahead of it. Its alll thanks to the racers and volunteers that have worked so hard to get things done up to this point.
On behalf of the BTMRA staff
George Herrin Pres.
Larry Favors VP
Jeannie Favors co-Secretary/treasurer
Stacey Herrin co-Secretary/treasurer

THANK YOU
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http://btmra.smfforfree2.com
http://www.eccarburetors.com/

Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly
proclaiming . . "WOW ---What a Ride
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