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It was a successful Toy Drive! Thank you to everyone who helped out and contributed...its all about the Kids!

A Different Perspective

Our grandson, Rowen, loves old cars. His dream car is a Crown Victoria. At the car show he took pictures and then stylized them for a more artistic touch. He went a step further and research each car so he knew what he was taking a picture of. I thought you might like to see a 17-year-old’s impression of what our old cars look like.  Thanks for sharing Rowen. – Diane B.

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Car Show Big Raffle

THANK YOU TO ALL THE RAFFLE CREW! The Raffle was a challenging but rewarding job at our Car Show!! We had a great crew and lots of fun doing it.  I thank each and every one for all your help and encouragement. BASKET MAKERS:  Glenda A., Margie M., Stephanie S., Pat G., Daryl & Jonell C. Karin R., Kriss S., Pam D., Terri J., Pat B., Paula B., Shelly P., Patty H., Gai R.,  Jo Ann B., & Nikki G..  Thank you to Dee B. for donating many baskets for…

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Recycled Roadsters

What do you get when you mix Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts with the idea of creating vehicles out of recycled materials? Well, the projects are inspirational and extraordinary. Susan B., Diane B. and the local Girl Scout Service Unit 158 Team Lead, Becky G. joined forces to come up with the overall project. Local Boy Scout Troop 4, Cub Scout Troop 23 and Girl Scout Troop 2009 took on the challenge of building their own versions of ‘roadster’ using 80% recycled or repurposed materials. The categories their vehicles could…

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Roamin’ Angels Car Show is a Success!

In spite of the smoky day and changes in how and when things were to happen – like the fairgrounds being a animal sanctuary because of the Mesquito fire – the Roamin Angels Car Show was a wonderful success. Taking the club’s previous 3-day show and condensing it down to a 1-day show was no small task but Pam and Jim, who chaired the event, led a fabulous group of dedicated volunteers to do just that.  Many people were concerned about the air quality – with good reason – but…

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Eskaton 2022

Fourteen club members went to Eskaton on Wednesday August 31st, it was a warm day but there was plenty of shade for us to sit in. 10 cars showed off their rides – Christy, Dee Ann & Bruce, Kriss & Jim, Gary B., Steve D., Jo Ann & Ken, Bob L., Nancy & Ed and Richard & Pat.  The lunch they served us was very good, Thanks to the Chef at Eskaton.  The residents all came out and visited with us and looked at our cars.  Lots had questions.  It…

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Salt From Bonneville

WHO: The Onyx Downtown, Nevada City Film Festival and Roamin Angels Car Club present “Salt from Bonneville” plus Q&A WHEN: Sunday, September 11 WHERE: Nevada Theatre, 401 Broad Street, Nevada City, Doors 6:30pm, Film 7pm TICKETS: $10 INFO: All-Ages, www.theonyxtheatre.com On Sunday, September 11, The Onyx Downtown, Nevada City Film Festival and Roamin Angels Car Club will present a special local screening of the 2021 documentary “Salt from Bonneville” featuring local motorcycle enthusiast Nazar directed by Simon Mozgovyi. “Salt from Bonneville” is the story of Nazar and Max, two motorcyclists…

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Cars & Coffee – August 2022

The 55 was really well done. I am partial to the 55 and 56 Chevy’s though. I hope mine will be ready for our show in Sept. It’s still down in Citrus Heights waiting for paint. 1965 Chevelle…which was my very first car. It wasn’t this nice though. Hope you all enjoy the pictures from Cars & Coffee in Grass Valley. – By Don M.

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Travels for Summer of 2022

By Nikki G. Danny and Nikki’s latest travels. We have been very active this summer of 2022 trying to escape the fears and devastation of the COVID experience. June, we were invited by three couples of our club’s membership, to go to Santa Cruz area with 10 cars caravanning together down the highway to spend a four-day road trip exploring the ocean area in our vintage cars. Then we were invited to travel to Oregon by Craig and Denise Catani (past members). They invited eight couples to join in the…

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