Monday, December 13, 2010

Hoosier Cruisers bound for Perry

There are a number of our members headed to Perry Georgia for the FMCA International Rally in March. Exec. V.P. Steve Lisle is attempting to organize our attendees so that as many as possible can park together. There may be an opportunity to meet at a campground the day before but details are still up in the air. First priority is that everyone enter the rally grounds on the same day. If you wish to join the group please send your registration to FMCA and request that you enter on Saturday March 11,2011. I suggest you contact Steve ( ) to be added to the list so that he can keep you informed of the latest plans.

Christmas Dinners

There were two terrific Christmas dinners this year. Once again the Anderson In. dinner arranged by Ernie and Jane Clashman was well attended with 40 members enjoying fellowship and an opportunity to catch up with each other. Many are headed to warmer locals and are anxious to get to their winter relief zones. A new dinner this year in the northern area in Goshen In. arranged by Connie and Harry DeCausmaker, Betty and Doug Tilmann and Janice and Dick Shumaker was a tremendous success. Thirty-two enjoyed a great meal and Connie provided cupcakes and door prizes for all attendees. Jon Walker, Great Lakes Area national V.P., presented an update during the dinner on some of the changes going on in FMCA. I'm sure both dinners will be highly anticipated next year.

Thanks from the Sweet Family

Carol Sweet and Family wish to thank the Hoosier Cruisers for the many cards of condolence they received following the passing of Gary. The "warm and caring thoughts" and memories of "many good times with the Hoosier Cruisers" have been comforting during this difficult time.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Floyd Harding Died Suddenly in September

Pat Harding notified the Hoosier Cruisers that her husband died suddenly in September.  He was playing a game of basketball which he did weekly when he decided to sit the second game out.  He passed out on the bench and could not be revived.

The Hoosier Cruisers wish to offer their sincere condolences to the family.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Mabel Heath in the News

Mabel Heath, Hoosier Cruiser member, made the news in The Herald Bulletin.  She was recognized as the office manager for the Devonshire Veterinarian Clinic in Anderson, IN.  She said, "the clinic is committed to doing the best in can for ints clients.  They use state-of-the-art equipment and are constantly looking to the future in techniques."

Great job, Mabel!