2023 Dues – Due NOW
If your 2023 dues have not been paid by FEBRUARY 20, 2023, this will be your last newsletter. Please mail to Outlaw Cruisers Car Club, PO Box 1673, Locust Grove, OK 74352.
Bill York passed away November 30, 2022 at the age of 82. He was born January 4, 1940 in Coweta Oklahoma. He was one of six children, grew up in the NE Oklahoma area, graduated from Broken Arrow High School in 1958 and then went on to receive a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tulsa in 1975. Bill worked as a Mechanical Engineer and served his country by joining the United States Army National Guard. He married the love of his life, Norma “June” McMillan in Miami, Oklahoma on August 31, 1960. Together, they had a son, Mitchell and a daughter, Lisa. He had a love for 1933 Chryslers, enjoyed traveling around the United States and the Caribbean. He loved the outdoors which included riding ATVs on his land and fishing. He was a published author. His book is entitled “A Life Worth Living”. He was extremely proud of his writing accomplishments. Services were held December 6, 2022 at Hayhurst Funeral Home in Broken Arrow.
JC’s Brewhouse, Tahlequah
The Dec. 3 car show hosted by the Native Warriors at JC’s Brewhouse in Tahlequah had eight entries, two of which were Outlaw Cruisers Doyle Cole and Wayne Cole. Doyle won Best of Show. Photo submitted by Doyle Cole.
5C’s Toy Run
The 2022 5C’s annual toy run collected 2,262 toys. The Dec. 4 Toy Run included members Wayne Cole, Ray Farquharson, Speedy Maner, Robert Thompson and Braden, and Doyle & Debbie Cole.
Christmas Parade, Locust Grove
The Dec. 6 Locust Grove Christmas Parade included seven Outlaw Cruisers cars, Jerry & Missy Ingram, who were chauffeuring daughter Jeralyn, the Redbud Queen. Also attending were Chris Elliott and Locust Grove Princess, granddaughter Reese, Wayne Cole, David & Christy DeCamp, Billy Simpson, and Jim Cole & grandson JW. Photos submitted by Chris Elliott.
The December 11 meeting had 17 attending and started out with a moment of silence for Bill York. The meeting was short, with discussions about December events, which weren’t many. Wayne has ordered shirts, which are on backorder. Plans for Starbird’s and a show coming up March 25 (more later) were discussed. David DeCamp won the door prize.
The January 8 meeting had 18 rowdy people attending and Wayne called the meeting to order 15 minutes late. Wayne reminded everyone to pass along car show info to him or Susan. The Fleming Memorial show (held last March in Peggs) is scheduled for Mar. 25 at the LG Dome. Members shirts etc. have not been delivered yet. If you haven’t made plans with Jerry to attend Starbirds, it is probably too late. Mark & Peggy Sue Doherty won the door prize.