Due to road maintenance and the associated delays and closures on Highway 50 between Canon City and Salida beginning tomorrow, the scheduled Jaguar Club of Southern Colorado drive has been cancelled. A long list of scheduled events west of Colorado Springs along Highway 24 makes using that route also open to potential delays.
The next scheduled Jaguar Club of Southern Colorado event will be the Club Dinner on June 26 at 6:00 P.M. at Fargo’s Pizza, 2910 E Platte Avenue. We will also conduct a Board of Directors meeting at 4:30 P.M. prior to the dinner. The meeting is open to all Club members.
Due to some scheduling issues, the Celebration of Life service for Budd Butcher has been rescheduled from May 4 to April 27 at 2:00 P.M. in Colorado Springs.
We will have additional updates regarding the location soon and I will forward those as soon as I receive them.
Don, Jaguar Club of Southern Colorado.
The February 2019 Jaguar Club of Southern Colorado event will be a brand new “What’s in your garage” visit in Pueblo scheduled for February 9. We will meet at the K-Mart store parking lot, 3415 N. Elizabeth in Pueblo at 10:00 A.M. If anyone wants to meet in the Springs and drive to Pueblo as a group, please let me know.
Following the tour, we will have lunch at the El Nopal restaurant also in Pueblo. If there is enough interest, we can visit the Pueblo Heritage Museum following lunch. The Heritage Museum admission is $4.00 per person.
If you would like to attend this event, please RSVP to Events@JagClub.org as soon as possible so we can begin planning.
For 2019, the JCSC would like to begin exchanging cell phone numbers for event attendees so we can communicate any last-minute changes to our guests. I will send a follow-up memo in a few days with the phone number of the tour guide.
Please don’t forget the JCSC will conduct the first quarter Membership Dinner at Fargo’s Pizza, (2910 E. Platte Ave, Colorado Springs) on February 13th at 6:00 P.M.
For questions, comments or directions, contact us at Events@JagClub.org.
Everyone, please note that Jack Quinn’s is NOT available on February 13th so our club meeting will be at Fargo’s instead.
Fargo’s Pizza Emporium – February 13th at 6:00 P.M. We’ll look at Jack Quinn’s forn March.
In case you haven’t enjoyed them yet, the updated Club By-Laws are available at: http://www.jagclub.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/JCSCByLawsOct22f.doc
Choose a piece from the online catalog or use your favorite piece from your closet, either way get your name and club logo embroidered on front or back. Eon Studios has the embroidery template on file, ready for your order.
So, contact Eon Studios at http://www.eonscreenprint.com/ or call Theresa. Details in October newsletter.
From: Jack Humphrey Jagluver2@cs.com
Sent: Saturday, October 27, 2018 17:59
To: Regional Directors
Subject: November / December 2018 Jaguar Journal Binding Problems
We have known about a potential problem for a week now, but believed it affected only a small number of special editions. Today, Mike Meyer reported he received a copy with missing and duplicated pages so bad copies have been sent to the general membership.
Please inform members about the potential problem and provide instructions on requesting a replacement Jaquar Journal.
Best Regards, Jack
In the most recent issue (November/December 2018), a small number of Jaguar Journal copies were incorrectly bound. Several pages were missing and others duplicated. Most of the copies were caught, but because of the current rapid mail-drop process we use to improve delivery, it is possible that a handful of defective copies entered the postal system. If you encounter one of these copies, please retain the address flyer election ballot and the Welsh Enterprises holiday gift brochure. Then, contact Mr. Mark Brooks at Graphcom, our printer, for a replacement copy.
Again, retain the address flyer election ballot and Welsh Enterprises holiday gift brochure from your defective issue.
or call: 800.669.1664 x1243
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Peter Crespin and the Jaguar Journal team
Just found these wonderful videos about historic aircraft and how to fly them. Enjoy!