April “Off Cycle” Willis Johnson Tour Pictures

Honk Rattle & Roll, April 2nd was another great tour with a large participation over 60 in attendance. Big thanks you to Grassland Baptist Church, Willis Johnson and Barbara’s Home Cooking for allowing us to use and view their facilities. Thanks to Arleen Timbs and Rick Jones for the great pictures, and Cindy Stewart & Larry Arrowood for  their help in making this activity a SUCCESS!

Tom Collins 

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March Dine Out Pictures

I want to thank the Honk Rattle and Roll Members’ who attended the March Dine Out Night on Tuesday March 19th for switcheroo from one restaurant to another.  Considering the last minute changes, most followed through and found the group eating at CiCi’s pizza. We still had a great turnout with 41 attending. The food was good and the conversation and fellowship even better. Thanks also to Tom & Pearl Vasser for taking club pictures for this activity in the absence of Arleen Timbs.

See the pictures below.

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The Happening: The Honk, Rattle, and Roll February Classic Car Tour

The Honk, Rattle, and Roll classic car tour on Saturday, February 16 was an awesomely fun event. We had 36 participants and a rainless day to enjoy!
After great coffee, donuts, and conversation at Loafers’ Glory, the tour headed to our first stop, Gateway Classic Cars. The Gateway warehouse was filled with beautiful cars of every description, year, model, and price. Everyone fell in love with the first car on the showroom floor, a 1934 Plymouth coupe in dazzling maroon and only $42,000.

Our second stop was the best stop of all. We met Jeff McGinnis and his crew, house parents, and children of the Baptist Children’s Home in Brentwood. Cheyenne, a ward of the home and an eleventh grader at Brentwood High School, gave our group her personal testimony. She had been living with her grandmother, and they did not get along. When Cheyenne finally ran away from home, she was removed and placed at the Baptist Children’s Home. Cheyenne broke down telling her story, and I don’t believe that there was a dry eye in the place.  

  Our group also toured the homes that are “home away from home for these children.” The homes were clean, neat, and provided a safe place for these children to reassess who they are and to get a fresh start in a beautiful and loving Christian environment.

  Lunch at “Famous Daves” was delicious. The barbecue, French fries, baked beans, hot pickles, and even banana pudding flowed. The staff even visited the parking lots to drool over our classics parked there. 

  Our last stop was at “Streetside Classic Cars.” Again, every year, make, model and price could be found. The 1938 Packard as you entered the showroom was a mere $129,000. The 1958 Imperial stopped everyone for a closer look. Mike Barrett’s showed us his brother’s bright yellow corvette on the floor and for sale.

Great weather, Great time with really great people!  Tom & Pearl Vasser Host

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January Dine Out Pictures

We all had a glorious evening at Uncle Bud’s Catfish, Chicken & Such. Our clubs first Dine Out for 2019 was a huge success.  We would like to thank the members and our guest 54 attending , our honoree staff who also helped out on our 50-50 tickets and a special thank you to Uncle Bud’s friendly staff. No one went home hungry and that is a guarantee, great food, great atmosphere, and great fellowship

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2018 Christmas Party Pictures

Our Christmas Gathering, the last activity of 2018, was another great success!  There were 86 members in attendance who shared the abundance of food, beverages and FUN!!!  Thanks to Melanie Collins and Barbara Collins for planning / hosting this activity. Special thanks to Ronnie & Donna Barrett and Carol Berning for the great sing along which included Carol’s revised version of 12 days of Christmas, Matt Wilson for the running video of activities of 2018 and Cindy & Rick for handling 50/50 drawing. We were thankful for so many volunteers helping with set up and clean up. Can Good Drive for Nourish Food Bank of Rutherford County was good with 274 and 3 gifts donated. Below you will find pictures by HRR Club Photographer Arleen Timbs and others. The last picture is your HRR Board Members for 2019.

We`re looking forward to another year of FUN with each other and our cars.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!  God Bless Your Family & America!!

Tom & Barbara Collins

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GAA Classic Cars

HRR Members:

GAA Classic Cars is offering 10 free general admission tickets to our car club. If you are interested, you may contact Jennifer Blevins (information below) and they will mail out the tickets as soon as they are available.
Please make sure you send a name and mailing address (not a PO Box) and a link to this page (http://hrr.aaca.com/event/gaa-classic-car-auction/). If they do not receive the link to this website posting they will not send out the tickets. 
The tickets will be sent by FedEx and FedEx will not deliver to a PO Box address. 

 

Jennifer Blevins
Classic Car Team – Greensboro Auto Auction, Inc.
Office: 336-299-7777 ext 2706
fax: 877-504-2346

November Dine Out

We had another good turn out for our November 13th Honk Rattle & Roll Dine Out Night with 44 in attendance! This activity was Hosted by Janet Fulton & Tom Collins at Champy’s World Famous Fried Chicken. Thanks to Arleen Timbs for the great pictures below. 

   

October Driving Tour Pictures

The Fall Colors and Tables by the Lake Tour turn out was very good despite the early rains. Several old cars were driven and by late morning I’m sure others that didn’t bring out their old iron wished they had. The ride to the collections and the restaurant was not the most scenic the “Fall Colors” didn’t live up to expectations since the leaves are just starting to turn, however the “Tables by the Lake” lived up to it’s name by providing a great view of the lake, nice boats and a couple nice homes.

The collections of John Jennings and Larry King were very diverse providing every member at least one vehicle they would like to have in their garage. Both hosts were very gracious trusting and allowing us to freely roam their facilities at our own pace. Also, if you remember, Larry King invited anyone from our club to show up at his shop on Thursday’s for an ongoing get together with other car enthusiasts.

We hope everyone enjoyed lunch at “The Rudder” located at Anchor High Marina in Hendersonville where we were provided a private room and dedicated waiter so that we could enjoy each other`s company without distractions.

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September Dine Out

HRR Members,
 
We want to thank the HRR Members who attended the September Dine Out Night on Tuesday, September 18 at Buster’s Place. There were a total of 44 members and guests in attendance which makes this the best attended Dine Out so far this year.
 
Buster’s was well staffed and ready for us as well as being friendly and helpful. We had two new members attend and also some members there that we haven’t seen for a while. The atmosphere was conducive to fellowship and conversation of which there was plenty.
 
Thank you again for attending the September Dine Out Night at Buster’s. Our next Dine Out Night adventure will be on Tuesday, November 13 at 6:00 p.m. The details will be announced later.
 
Roy and Janet Fulton
Dine Out Night Coordinators
 
P.S.  We would like to thank everyone for all of your thoughts, prayers and continued support for Roy during this battle with cancer. He was unable to attend the Buster’s Dine Out but is looking forward to November’s special Dine Out evening