Leach Cancer Benefit
The Native Warriors hosted a Benefit show for a local Leach woman fighting cancer. They had 11 entries. Cruisers won Top Club Participation. TOP 3 winners were Doyle Cole and Jim Cole. Robert Thompson won 1st Place and Wayne Cole won 2nd Place and Best of Show.
Cruise to Country Cottage
Twenty-six members and guests and one visitor met at the Country Cottage for dinner Nov. 11. A few met at the car wash at 3:55 and drove there, the rest met at the restaurant. Chris Elliott was the visitor, who just happened to be there with family. Everyone enjoyed the buffet and visiting.
Sixteen members attended. Geneva provided pineapple, banana and German chocolate cakes. Thank you, Geneva! Wayne announced new members Bruce & Malynda Willis, who have rejoined after purchasing a 1974 Plymouth Duster with a 440 engine. Items discussed included the cruise to Country Cottage and the overabundance of Christmas parades and Toy Runs planned through the end of the year. If you attend any of the Toy Runs listed on the Calendar, please be sure and bring a new, unwrapped toy or two. Wayne and a few members made plans to attend a 5C’s weekly cruise night to donate $250 approved by members last month. Bill York recapped the story of his recent build, a “Stretched” 1933 Chrysler, quite a few years in the making. Wayne has OCCC winter caps and shirts for sale. Jim Cruse won the door prize…again.
Pryor Chili Cook-Off & Car Show
The Pryor Main Street Car Show had 23 entries on a cold, wet, windy, dreary day and nobody got a sunburn. Harl & Linda Harvey won 1st Place. Doyle Cole won 2nd Place. Other Outlaws attending were Wayne Cole, Jerry Ingram, Jim Cole, Bruce Willis, and Drew and Sherry Stott (two entries).