Joe, great concept! I like the name, especially. I am not sure how we ;-)
should go about this. I guess, first test the interest level. Anyone who
has an interest in it and ideas about what the club's purpose is, let's hear
> From: Joe Curry[SMTP:email@example.com]
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> To: Banbury, Terrence
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> Subject: Re: How many are we?
> I nominate you to start an effort to put together a North American
> Spitfire Club!
> In fact, I even have a potential name for it. "The North American
> Spitfire Squadron".
> Local chapters can be called "Wings", or "Flights"
> I could use the Email addressed of people who have registered their
> Spits as a base for sending out announcements.
> What do you think?
> "Banbury, Terrence" wrote:
> > I belong to an owners group list for Ford Expeditions. It is just like
> > list in many ways (except there are no poseurs here). One of the list
> > members organized an outing in George Washington National Forest for
> > that wanted to attend. Several drove hundreds of miles to be there.
> > are doing it again this year. It might take this kind of grass roots
> > to put a "club" together and reduce the inherent geographical
> > Personally, I would join a Spitfire only club in a second. Spitfires
> > seem to garner much respect from most clubs.
> > Terry Banbury
> > Mk III
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