March Dine-Out Night

HRR Dine Out Night is just around the corner , details below . We need to know your plans on attending by March 14th . Please send RSVP’s directly to Roy Fulton our Dine Out Night Planner . Thanks Tom & Barbara 615-974-7158 or 615-268-7159

Honk, Rattle & Roll March Dine Out Night

In January, we ate in Greece (Garden Greek Grill). For March, we will make a short trip across the Mediterranean Sea to Italy. See details below.

When: Tuesday, March 21, 2017, 6:00 p.m.

Where: Gondolier Italian Restaurant, 219 NW Broad Street, Murfreesboro, TN 37130 (between Main St and Church St)

We will be ordering off of the menu. They regularly have clubs and other large groups, so they should be able to serve us in a timely manner. Many of the menu items are under $10, and the larger entrees are generous portions that can be split (they will even split them in the kitchen and bring them out on two plates).You can preview the menu at www.murfreesborogondolier.com Your choice of water or ice tea will come with the meal at no charge. Other beverages are available for an additional charge.

RSVP to RLFulton@aol.com or 615–896-8367by March 14 so they can set up the meeting room and tables.

Hope to see you there.

Roy and Janet Fulton

Dine Out Night Coordinators

February Tour

The first H.R.&R. driving tour for 2017 is history. Our thanks go out to the Barnes and Wilsons for organizing this event. 

33 members and friends met at Collins’ Loafers Glory on February 18th for the trip to the Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY.  The weather was overcast with light rain.  However, Butch Roth said that light rain or mist doesn’t count against his record for predicating  good weather for a driving event.

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Granville Museum – 1940’s: A Decade of Change

Granville Celebrates the 1940’s with Memories of the World War II Maneuvers in Granville

Historic Granville announced today that their 2017 theme will be “ 1940’s: A Decade of Change- Thanks for the Memories”. The 1940’s will be a year long celebration which will begin when the 2017 season opens on March 9th. Pictured in front of Sutton General Store is some of the 2017 scarecrows created by Granville resident Cynthia Mathews which represent soldiers that were in Granville during World War II Maneuvers as well as wives and girl friends that came to visit them while they were stationed in Granville. The 1880 Sutton Home will feature guided tours of “Maneuvers: They Came as Strangers and Left as Friends”, Antique Car Museum will feature 1940’s automobiles and military Vehicles, Granville Museum will feature Memories of the 1940’s and the town will be decorated in the 1940 era. The Granville Museum will be hosting the Tennessee State Museum Traveling Exhibit “ The Slaves & Slave Holders of Wessyngton Plantation” which will be on exhibit from March 9th till June 6th.

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February Tour Update

H.R.&R. members, PLEASE remember that we need all those who want to take the February 18th tour to the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green to be signed up with me by February 1st.  So far we have 38 people signed up, but we have room for more.  Here are a few other details about the event:

* Guy Wilson is pre-paying for all guests and you do not have to pay him until the morning of the tour.  The Museum insists on prepayment; however they also guaranteed that if we have inclement weather and cannot make the tour they will give us the option of rescheduling or a full refund. Remember the cost is $25 per person, including lunch and special presentations by members of the Museum staff.  And since Guy doesn’t have a credit card machine, please bring cash in correct change if possible on the morning of the 18th.

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