Friday, February 13, 2015

Great Fun at Sun-N-Fun

Hoosier Cruisers were invited to a luncheon at Sun-N-Fun in Sarasota, Florida.  Member came from all around the state traveling from Naples, Thonothosassa, and other parts of Florida.  The FMCA President, Charlie Adcock and Vice President Jon Walker along with GLAMA's National Vice President, Jane Roush also attended the event.

The luncheon had been arranged by Rick and Sandy Hahn and the food was outstanding as usual. They had arranged for the use of a private room until 3:00 p.m. which gave everyone time to "catch-up" on what was happening with them during the winter.

Monday, February 9, 2015

Sad News to Report
Former Hoosier Cruiser President

David Allen Griffey, 76, passed away at 12:35 p.m. on Wednesday, February 4, 2015,  in Houston, Texas. Dave was born on April 2, 1938, in Center, Indiana, the son of the late Darrell and Elsie Griffey, formerly of Delphi.

A memorial service will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday, February 11,  at Grace United Methodist Church, 201 W. Seventh St., Rochester, Indiana.

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

May is a time for the spring gathering of the Hoosier Cruisers

Mark your calendar for the first Hoosier Cruiser Rally beginning April 30th and ending May 3rd.  Come prepared to have fun.  The Wessels and Landers have planned exciting activities for everyone.

Hooiser Cruisers will arrive on Thursday at Ceraland, in Columbus, Indiana.  This is a great campground with…level...sites.  Each site will have water and electricity.  A dump station is nearby.  For the first time we will have a meeting room available to us in the campground.  So whether it is warm, a little cool, or rainy we should still have a good time.  After members are set-up, the rally masters and assistant rally masters are planning a soup supper for everyone.  This will also be a great time to gather and renew friendships.

Friday will be another fun packed day beginning a tour of a Cummins engine plant.  And what could be better than following this with ice cream at Zaharakos,  This is a restored ice cream parlor that was first opened in the early 1900’s and today they still serve homemade ice cream.  It also has an orchestrion which is a mechanical music player.

Friday evening members will meet at Strawberry Fields which is a tea room in the quaint town of Hope.  We will have a business meeting following our evening meal.

Saturday begins with a pancake breakfast. You won’t want to miss pancakes flipped by the rally masters and assistant rally masters.  The remainder of the day will be spent exploring historic Nashville, following the architectural tour in Columbus, shopping at the Edinburgh discount mall, or just napping.  Be sure to be back for the Power House micro-brewery tour followed by the Hoosier Cruiser inaugural baked potato bar.  Members are asked to bring toppings for the potatoes or a dessert.

The rally will end with coffee and donuts on Sunday morning.  After eating members are invited to devotions before leaving for home.

Click May Rally 2015 for a printable May Rally registration .

This is a rally that you won’t want to miss!

Watch for the registration form coming the first of April.

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Bob and Pat Kern

Bob and Pat (Redmond) Kern were married February 5, 1955, at 5 p.m. in the Hazelwood Christian Church, Muncie. A reception followed in the home of Mr. Kern's parents. They met while working at Marhoefer Packing Co. in 1954. They later went to work at Precision Printing Inc., where they both retired after 30+ years. They enjoy family, friends, travel, reading and golf. Pat also enjoys quilting. They are the parents of Alicia (Wayne) Zearbaugh, Albany; Karen (Bob) Erk, Albany; and Kay Miller (fiancé, John Wilkerson, of Eaton), Muncie; and the late Phil Kern. They have 9 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Shower them with cards and memories at: 2108 E. CR 700 N., Muncie, Indiana, 47303.