Clay Walley started the meeting right on time. The turn out was actually better than expected considering the inclement weather. Those in attendance included Bruce Davidson, Clint Null, Dean Baker, Randy Bauer, Laura and Bill Keating, Huston Matlock, Dicky Hunter, Nick Burke, Harold Hemphill, and George Tuttle. Dean and Randy even rode their bikes to the meeting - truly above and beyond.
Clay mentioned that we still need someone to step-up and become our 2005 Rallye Chairman and someone to take over for Bob Hagemann as our Treasurer. Bob is moving to Tin Top and will be unable to continue. Remember, anyone who volunteers for an executive position is entitled to a free embroidered NTNOA jacket.
Clay mentioned the passing two weeks ago of our long time member and great friend/supporter Ernie Maynard (aka Big Ern). Many club members rode and attended his Memorial Service in Oak Grove.
Clay asked that we find additional camping accommodations for the Spring Hill Country Ride for those who would rather camp out than stay at the River Inn. He asked that the information be posted on the club's website.
Clay gave us an overview of the Grand Re-Opening earlier this month of the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham, England. The NTNOA was well represented by Clay Walley, Keith Martin, Stewart Garrison, Joe Edwards and Phil Dansby. Although the Streamliner was the center of attention every Norton of prominence was on display.
A special thanks to Bruce for letting us invade his shop and for hosting our meeting. Thanks Bruce.
Boxers by Bruce is located off of Smith Barry Rd. just south of Pioneer Pkwy.
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