Road Rally Report

We ran our postponed June rally on July 16. It was an unusual kind of route and offered a variety of roads. There were 4 teams competing and there was a tie for first place. 3 of the teams were new to our program. A lot of our regulars were on vacation. We ran around the streets of Delhi. Sometimes the same street multiple times not always in the same direction, and sometimes just crossing over a street we had driven on. The “gimmick” of the rally was that all the turns other than leaving the parking lot and pulling into the end point were right hand turns. One tiny little left was needed to direct the cars onto Route 50, but we’re not counting that.

The next scheduled rally is August 13. We still need to decide which of our routes we will challenge you with, so there are no details we can share with you right now. Check the Facebook feed and look for an email soon for more details. We’ll email to let you know when registration has opened. If you are not receiving emails and would like to, just drop us a line to add you.

Mark your calendars for the following remaining dates:
9/17
10/29

Contact us at the email or phone number below for additional information. Want to be added to the email list and receive reminders, notification of open registration and additional information? Send us an email with the request and it shall be done! Want to suggest an area with awesome roads, we’re open to that too.

Gordon Benson, Christy Graham
Road Rally Chairs
roadrally@cincyscca.com
513-658-4677

Solo Report

Time for another Cincy SCCA Solo Report.  Last month I reported how June had been a busy month and said July didn’t promise to be any more relaxed.  I was right, and of course Aug and Sep will be busy too, no relaxing until Oct or really Nov.

July began with a bang, the SCCA Solo Summer Nationals in Bristol, TN, with a ProSolo Jun 29 – Jul 1 followed by a National Tour Jul 2-3.  For Cincy Region, Jul 3 was also a “Popp Up Test and Tune” at Traders World, Jul 9 was our second AutoX 101 of the season followed by Points Event #4 on Jul 10.  Of course if you didn’t run our events that weekend, there was the Great Lakes Div Solo Series in Toledo.  The next weekend was  .  July 23 & 24 was the Toledo ProSolo and the GLDiv events at Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne.  Lastly, if for some reason you cannot make it to our Cincy Region Track Day, Time Trials, Road Race Extravaganza @ Mid-Ohio, there is the upcoming DriveAutoX at Grissom Aeroplex on Jul 29-31.  Of course all of this is ignoring all the other non-SCCA events our people go to like Goodguys Summit Racing Nationals in Columbus Jul 8-10, UMI Autocross Challenge Jul 21-23, and the Subaru Challenge on Jul 23-24.

As I said, August and September promise to be just as busy.

Aug 6         GL Div Event 8 by SBR @ Grissom Aeroplex
Aug 5-7      Oscoda, MI ProSolo
Aug 12-14  CAM Challenge East @ Grissom Aeroplex
Aug 20-21  WOR PE 2 / Cincy PE 5 @ Traders World
Aug 28      
 
Sep 2-4       SCCA ProSolo Finale @ Lincoln, NE
Sep 5-9       SCCA Solo National Championships @ Lincoln, NE
Sep 8-11     LS Fest Bowling Green KY
Sept 17-18  GL Div events 9 & 10 / Cincy PE 6 @ Traders World

Back to July Recap
Popp Up Summer Test & Tune – Jul 3
Danny Popp helped organize a Test & Tune on Jul 3 as a fundraiser to help recoup the costs of having the parking lot repair we had done in June.  We had 54 entrants come out to enjoy the holiday weather and get enough runs most were done before the event officially ended.  What a fantastic idea Danny, thank you to all who came out and supported the event!

Summer AutoX 101 – Jul 9
We had 31 students at the second and last regional school this year.  The students all echoed the compliments we received after the first school.  Definitely a great event, rewarding to those of us who instructed or helped, and of course improvements for all of the students.

Points Event 4 – Jul 10
We had 170 entries, got everyone six runs and were done running at a reasonable time.  The course was unique in that it had a 100 ft diameter skid pad (or toilet bowl as I heard it called affectionately) right off the start leading into a five cone slalom and a decreasing radius hairpin turn leading into a Chicago Box.  Rob Clark took his SS C8 Corvette to the top PAX time by 0.645 secs over Dave Montgomery in his FS Camaro and Raw Time by 0.212 secs over Christian Moist in his Birkin 7.  Closest battle was in the hotly contested 8 driver DS class where Jo Jadeke in her Civic Type R held off Jim Zeisler in his BRZ by 0.162 secs.  Our Novice classes continued to be well attended with 13 in NS and 21 in NM, the largest class at the event.  Overall, another great points event.

Bristol ProSolo – Jun 29 – Jul 1 
Had plans for a much larger Cincy group at the Pro, but barious things arose leading to only a few of us.  Definitely a shame as this is a great 5 day set of events!

John Custer  8th  STX
Krzysztof Zielinski  11th CAMC
Lang King 2T L2, First Round Ladies Challenge
Cindy Duncan  5th  L2
Tina Coil  8th  L2
Rob Clark  1T S3, 1st PAX, 2nd Super Challenge
Myke Dziengel  3T S4
Scott Bourne  20  S5

Bristol National Tour
Rob Clark  1T  SS
Lang King  5  SS
Scott Bourne  9 DS
Cindy Duncan  2T DSL
Tina Coil  4 DSL
Myke Dziengel  4  STU
Krzysztof Zielinski  5 CAMC

Toledo ProSolo Jul 22-24
Ben Weaver  7  AS,  2nd Bonus Challenge
Kent Weaver  8 AS
Charles Totten  9 CS
Gina Ma  9 GS
Sam Oakes  10 GS
Jessie Nash  12 GS
Nick Erlenbach  8 STR
John Custer  10 STX
Krzysztof Zielinski  4T  CAM
Lang King  2T L2, 2nd Ladies Challenge
Cindy Duncan 5T L2
Jo Jadeke 7 L2
Rob Clark 3T S3, Winner Super Challenge
Myke Dziengel 4T S4
Dave Montgomery 4T R2

Talk with you all soon!

Kent Weaver
Cincy SCCA Solo Chair

Area 4 Director Update for August 2022

This month I competed in a GLDiv Solo in Fort Wayne, IN and worked F&C at the SBR/DET Major at GingerMan Raceway.  I will also be driving to Kansas City for the BoD meeting on 7/29, 7/30.  While there, I will also be sitting in on the CRB meeting on 7/28. 

I also contracted COVID on 7/2 while boating on Lake Michigan and watching fireworks display in Muskegon.  My symptoms weren’t too terrible but it wasn’t a picnic either.  The hardest part was isolating at home and not going out.  It is frightening how quickly one can get bored while trapped in your own home.  Please note that COVID is not over.  Please take the appropriate measures and remain vigilant.  As a reminder, if you need some home test kits from the CDC, click here.

Video Conference Meetings:

  • Club Racing Board (CRB) (7/5): We discussed roll cage rules after the severe impact that a Spec Miata incurred at Road America.  On one hand the cage did its job but on the other, the driver was seriously injured.  The T1 Town Hall Zoom meeting was discussed.  We reviewed the Runoffs Tech Inspection lists.  More work was done on the face-to-face meeting to be held in July (7/28).  I updated the CRB on the work the EVAC has been doing.  The results of CRB rules changes can be seen here.
  • Electrified Vehicle Advisory Committee (EVAC) (7/13): With the revised SCREV sent on its way to the various program boards and their BoB liaisons, we concentrated on preparing the Club Racing rules packages.  We discussed some feedback we had gotten from the Production, Touring and BSpec committees. 
  • Solo Events Board (SEB) (7/13): This meeting was to discuss the revised SCREV document with the SEB.  They asked a lot of pertinent questions and I hope I answered them to their satisfaction.

SCCA Events:

  • Fort Wayne Region Solo (7/23): Since I will be travelling to the Solo Nationals on Labor Day (9/6), I will not be able to participate in the WMR Solo at Grattan Raceway.  As a result, I needed to attend another Solo to work on my skills.  I checked the schedule and decided to go to FWR’s event on 7/23.  I drove down the afternoon before so I wouldn’t have to get up at an ungodly hour on the day of the event.  This would be first time I’ve competed in a divisional Solo and I was looking forward to it.  When I got to the site, I realized that I wasn’t prepared to keep my gear from getting wet in the impending rain.  Many thanks to Kevin Keys for helping out an unprepared newbie by allowing me to store my gear in his trailer.  The day started out with a HUGE thunderstorm rolling through the area.  VERY heavy rain and lightning dancing all around us.  After a 90 minute delay for the obvious safety reasons, we got started around 11a.  I was to run in the first heat and work the second.  There were three cars in my class (HS) and I ended up finishing in 2nd  FWR puts on a very nice event and I hope all of you can make it to one of their events soon.  Results for this event can be found here.
  • SBR/DET Major (7/24): I signed up for this event so I could help out our friends at SBR and DET while enjoying some fun at GingerMan Raceway.  As it turned out, there was more rain in order (it seemed to follow me during he weekend) but fun was had regardless of the weather.  As usual the host regions ran a great event.  During the “quiet time” period lunch was served which consisted of a fantastic “build your own” hot dog assembly line with chili, cheese, onions, relish…..all the fixings.  As an added perk for me, I got to see my old race car on track in the hands of its new owner.  Quite a sight!
  • CRB (7/28): I’ll report on this meeting in next month’s report.
  • BoD (7/30): I’ll report on this meeting in next month’s report.

Be sure and visit the GLDiv website for information about all of the SCCA programs within the division.  We have schedules, official’s contact info, standings, etc. for all the SCCA programs.

The various national schedules for 2022 are starting to coalesce and they can be found here: 

Pro Solo/National Tour, Time Trials National Tour, Hoosier Super Tour, Enduro.

 

Please take a few minutes and make sure your contact information is accurate in the SCCA database.  It’s important to have the correct information there so the club knows how to contact you.  Log in to your my.scca.com page and check. 

As I mentioned previously, there is a new path to getting your annual waiver.  You can now get it through the Member Account Portal (MAP).  Follow this link to get the instructions.  There is also a story about the program here.  I’ve done it and it only takes a couple of minutes. Be prepared to upload a headshot picture of yourself.

Just a quick reminder, if any region out there wants to have an “Ask the Director” session during your monthly meetings, please do not hesitate to contact me so we can schedule a visit.  I retired last summer so have plenty of free time and would thoroughly enjoy the chance to visit with your members.

Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you soon. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments you may have about any facet of the GLDiv. I want you to make the most of your membership and I will help out in any way possible to make that happen.

Dayle Frame

Race Report

We are getting down to it now. Our Track Event, Time Trial, Double Regional Race weekend will close out the month of July, 29th through 31st, at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. Registration pages for the Friday activities, the race and for our wonderful volunteers are open at cincyscca.motorsportreg.com.

On Friday, you can take your daily driver, or any other car you can get your hands on, out on course without fear of a speeding ticket. Never done this before? A little apprehensive? We will provide you with a driver coach to help guide you until you are comfortable with running solo. A seasoned veteran? Choose the Advanced Group, which allows you less restrictive passing rules. Have a race prepared car but no competition license? Run on Friday and stay over for a 1-hour bracket race on Saturday afternoon for wheel-to-wheel racing.

The divisional races on Saturday and Sunday count for the Divisional Championship and are qualifying races for the run-offs.

We feed the volunteers lunch on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and dinner on Saturday. It’s your chance to get up close and personal with the cars and drivers or get out on a corner where the action is.

Something for all race and car enthusiasts. Register now and we’ll see you at the track. Questions? Drop us a line at roadrace@cincyscca.com or through the registration pages.

Road Rally Report

A number of factors collided in June that caused us to postpone the June 25th Road Rally. But we have pulled ourselves together and will run the rally on July 16. We were originally taking the month of July off due to vacations and the like, but two months off is just too much. On-site check-in starts at 9:30  am, with the safety meeting at 10:15 and first car out at 10:30. Starting location is the parking lot just off I-74 at the Rybolt Road exit, where Kohls and Meijer are. There is a McDonalds there as well for a coffee fix or breakfast. We will be traversing a wide variety of roads through the Delhi area and points beyond. There is a reason the name of this rally is “The RIGHT Stuff”. Come learn why. The drive should take between 3 ½ and 4 ½ hours, depending on how much backtracking you do to find answers. Registration is open at cincyscca.motorsportreg.com. Cost for the event is $30, with a $10 discount if at least one member of the team (driver, navigator) is a current SCCA member.

Mark your calendars for the following remaining dates:

8/13
9/17
10/29

Contact us at the email or phone number below for additional information. Want to be added to the email list and receive reminders, notification of open registration and additional information? Send us an email with the request and it shall be done! Want to suggest an area with awesome roads, we’re open to that too.

Gordon Benson
Christy Graham
roadrally@cincyscca.com or
CincySCCARally@yahoo.com

Solo Report, Solo Report, Solo Report

There, I said it.  It’s that time again, time for my monthly solo report.  After all, it is Jun 30 and it’s due today…  We are most definitely in the meat of the season where one seldom has a non-racing weekend (if you don’t want to)! 

June was a busy month and July doesn’t promise to be any more relaxed. June 10-12, thirty (30) Cincy members/regulars traveled to Grissom Aeroplex in Peru IN for the Peru National Tour.  During the following week TD Rack Paving came out and repaired 310 foot of asphalt including the one area which broke up at the previous event. On the next weekend, Jun 18-19, we hosted a SCCA Starting Line School on Saturday and had Points Event 3 on Sunday.  The next weekend (last weekend as I write this) was the DriveAutoX event at Traders World where again many of the Cincy members had a good showing.  This doesn’t include all the other events our crew went to either in mass or individually like the WOR/MVSCCC event June 5th, the Finger Lakes NY National Tour, Jun 17-19, the Great Lakes Div Solo Series events at Grissom Jul 18 & 19 or at SWVR Jun 25-26, or the CKR event Jun 26th, plus many others.   

As I said earlier, July promises to be busy too with a “Popp Up” Test & Tune this Sunday, and our second regional school “Cincy AutoX 101, on Jul 9 with Points Event 4 on Sunday, Jul 10.  Then, we will have Cincy regroup in force for the Toledo Pro Solo on Jul 22-24, DriveAutoX at Grissom Aeroplex on Jul 30-31, and the Oscoda MI ProSolo Aug 6-7.Jul 3rd..  Again, there are many other choices our group will attend too like the GLSS event July 10 at Toledo, or Jul 23-24 in Fort Wayne.

Peru National Tour Recap – Jun 10-12

Had a great time playing on the concrete @ Grissom with not only a bunch of Cincy members, but friends from all over the country!  There were 235 entrants in total, 30 of which I count as Cincy Region members/regulars not including a few support people who came but didn’t run!  By my count we were tied for largest number of entrants with NWOR or at least close due to dual memberships!!!  Congrats not only to the five (5) class winners and four (4) trophy winners, but also to those of us who went and gave it our all but came up short!  <pun intended>

CLASS RESULTS
SS 1T Rob Clark DSL 5 Tina Coil CAMS 6 Mark Minge
SS 11 Langlee King GS 3T Christopher Rudy CAMS 7 Jamie Elliott
AS 8 Kent Weaver GS 6 Cody Mills CAMC 3 Krzysztof Zielinski
AS 9 Ben Weaver GS 10 Keith Koegler CAMT 6 Bob Armstrong
CS 6 Charles Totten STH 5 Nate Chester CAMT 8 Gene Pooler
DS 3T Jack Burns FSP 2T Scott Giles XSA 4 Brandon Sewell (1stTour!)
DS 5 Scott Bourne FSP 6 Renee Hines XSA 6 Halie Sewell (1stTour!)
DS 9 Brian Yee XP 1T Dave Montgomery XSB 1T Nick Erlenbach
DSL 1T Cincy Duncan (would have been 3T DS!) DM 1T Christian Moist XSB 3Dave Rudy
DSL 2T Jo Jadeke (would have been 4T DS!) DM 2 Michael Wolf EV 3 Tom Mills – (1st Tour!)

 

PAX INDEX (Top 20) MASTERS INDEX
2 Rob Clark 7 Kent Weaver
8 Dave Montgomery 10 Jack Burns
  12  Renee Hines
19 Keith Koegler
28 Michael Wolf

SCCA Starting Line School – Jun 18 –  The school had twenty (20) students attend in various skill levels from a first autocross event level to those who have been running a couple years just trying to improve.  The school provides not only phenomenal instruction, but additional great value in an annual membership and waiver, entry to a Cincy region solo, a National Tour, and a track day.  All the students had great things to say about the school/instruction and really enjoyed themselves.  Tough to beat the value!

Cincy Points Event 3 – Jun 19 – The Sunday after the school we had 179 entrants, tying it with PE 2 for the largest event so far this year, but under the record of 189 for PE 8 in 2019.  The event went very well with 6 runs completed by 4:35 even with an hour downtime to clean up the course from an oil spill.  Thanks again to everyone who pitched in during the 4th heat and did the “Salina Shuffle” scrubbing in the cat litter/oil dry and sweeping it up in the heat.  Kudos to all getting us back running so all got their runs.  The closest battle was in CAMC (9 entries) where 7 of the 9 set their fastest run on the last run with the top four within 0.242 secs having Brad Davidson taking the win in his 2019 Mustang over Nathan Johnson in his 2018 Camaro.  CAM accounted for 41 of the 179 entries and the largest class was CAMS with 22 entries where Danny Popp took the emotional win by 0.142 secs over Marshall Reinert marking an amazing step in his comeback from a year ago!  Christian Moist took FTD in his DM Birkin with a 38.453 and  Chris Rudy took the top PAX time in his Honda Civic S with a 32.911, 0.305 secs over Myke Dziengel n his Subaru STi.

Finger Lakes National Tour – Jun 17-19

This event was held at the Seneca Army Base, Romulus NY.  Rob Clark and Langlee King had outstanding representation for Cincy taking first place in both of their classes, SS and SSL, respectively.  As I understand it, Rob made it interesting only having two clean runs all weekend, one each day, and coming back from 2nd after day one for the win.  He also placed 4th overall on the index.  Langlee also made it interesting day one, only having her 3rd run clean.   Congrats Rob and Lang, way to go!

DriveAutoX at Traders World – Jun 24-26

This event is focused on CAM type cars but also has classes for non-CAM cars and is not an SCCA sanctioned event.  Competitors got 11 runs Saturday on one course, 5 runs on a different course Sunday, and then the Challenge brackets with the top 8 qualifiers in each class over the two days combined.  Great time was had by all!  Cincy Region was represented well and quite a few got into the challenges and even won!  Congrats to those who qualified for the challenges and special recognition to the Cincy Region winners: 

Tim Schoch – GT
Marshall Reinert – GTU
Brian Coney – GTV
Tavis Spencer – SCN

 

Upcoming July Events https://CincySCCA.MotorsportReg.com

Popp Up Test & Tune – July 3 – The idea and opportunity for this event came up after our last points event as a fundraiser to help reimburse the pavement repair and of course help our competitors before their upcoming big events.   Note:  This is a limited entry event

AutoX 101 – Jul 9 – This is the second (and last) novice school we are hosting in 2022.  As of today, all of the 32 spots are filled; however, there is always the chance for cancellations if you are on the waitlist.

Points Event 4 – July 10 – Just like the AutoX 101 school, we met our entry cap of 175 entrants yesterday (29 Jun).  If you haven’t registered yet and are wanting to enter, please register on the waitlist.  Many waitlisted entrants end up making it in the event, but if you don’t enter it is unlikely for you to get in.  If you are registered but know you cannot make it, please go in and cancel to prevent being charged and help others get in the event.

Toledo ProSolo – If you have never run a ProSolo, you really, really should.  It combines a Christmas Tree start like at a drag race and two mirror image courses with challenge brackets on Sunday afternoon.  Toledo is already at its entry cap, but the Oscoda ProSolo Aug 5-7 still has openings.  By my count, we have 17 Cincy members/regulars attending the Toldeo ProSolo event.

SCCA ProSolo Finale (Sep 2-4) and Solo National Championships (Sep 5-9)
– Registrations – Registration is open for Tier 1 and 2 for the National Championships already on MSR. 
– Cincy Region Paddock – I have already started collecting names for our paddock area this year, last year we had 22 entrants.  Speak up soon so we aren’t scattered about and I can reserve a big paddock space for us.

Reminder: Numbers (8” min) and Letters (4” min), 1-1/2 to 2” stroke, must be on the car at tech, must contrast the car, be on both sides, and cannot be on the windows. See AutocrossDigits.com for great selections of vinyl or magnetic sets.

Solo Chair
Kent Weaver

Area 4 Director Update for July 2022

I thought June was going to allow me to take a breath…..but I was mistaken.  Yes, I had fewer events to attend in person but there were several more Zoom meetings, EVAC emails to write, etc., so I was still pretty busy this past month.

Next month I will be driving to Kansas City for the BoD meeting on 7/29, 7/30.  While there, I will also be sitting in on the CRB meeting on 7/28.

Video Conference Meetings:

  • Club Racing Board (CRB) (6/7): Much discussion was had about a new initiative called “Green to Checker” or G2C.  A myriad of decisions and policies over the years have led to poor performance on track during Club Racing events.  There are just too many sessions that are stopped by a black flag all (BFA) or under full course yellow (FCY) due to an incident on track.  G2C will try to change the course away from the trend of too many BFAs and FCYs which diminishes the race experience for all involved.  This policy is in the planning phase and I will report the results when the protocols are adopted.  While this was discussed by the CRB, rest assured this has also been discussed at the BoD level as well.  Changes are coming once we figure out the most effective way to alter the course of the program.  More work was done on the face-to-face meeting to be held in July (7/28).  The results of CRB rules changes can be seen here.
  • Electrified Vehicle Advisory Committee (EVAC) (6/8): We had guests for part of the meeting (Chris Robbins and Abby Scher) as we discussed how to train and educate the SCCA membership on how to interact with EVs when they participate at events.  We tied up some loose ends on the 2nd iteration of the SCREV.  We are also nearly finished with a package for Production cars and are continuing work on a package for formula cars. 
  • BSpec Advisory Committee (6/14): The BSAC group had some solid suggestions for how to modify our ESpec rules package. 
  • Touring Advisory Committee (6/20): The TAC folks had some sage advice for me on the ESpec rules as well. 
  • SCCA BoD Team Development (6/22): Those of us new to the BoD were asked to take a Myers Briggs Type Indicator Test.  That was done online a couple of weeks ago.  The results were revealed during a two hour Zoom call.  I had never done this type of personality analysis before.  All of this was done to allow the BoD work better together and be a more effective governing body.
  • Board of Directors (BoD) (6/27): We had a light agenda since we are meeting face to face next month.  We discussed the compensation for the President (Mike Cobb).  I gave an EVAC update.  We did more planning for our meeting in Kansas City next month.  We also received an update on the Haynes lawsuit.
  • Production Advisory Committee (6/28): Once again, a sub committee of the CRB provided some valuable insight on how we should modify the ESpec rules package.

 

SCCA Events:

  • FSAE @ MIS (6/15-6/17): Man oh man!  What a great time I had at this event.  To see so many college kids working together was truly uplifting.  There were teams representing schools from all over the country as well as several more from Canada.  As Chair of the EVAC, my goal was to see how the EVs were designed and built.  To that end, I hung out in the EV inspection area.  This allowed me to watch the inspectors go through the EV cars with a fine tooth comb.  Watching them helped me understand how the EVs were wired.  I was especially interested in the safety features of the EVs.  We are adopting some of these key safety features in our prototype and formula car rules packages.
  • WMR SCCA Double Regional @ Grattan Raceway (6/18, 6/19): This event was fun to attend as it brought me back to my roots.  I started out as an F&C guy way back when and that’s what I did this weekend.  I had the pleasure of working with a new member too.  It was another chance for me to “pay it forward” so the next generation of SCCA member gets the advice and counsel that I did when I joined.
  • I have updated my calendar on the GLDiv website with events I’d like to go to this season. Click here to see where I’ll be this summer.

Be sure and visit the GLDiv website for information about all of the SCCA programs within the division.  We have schedules, official’s contact info, standings, etc. for all the SCCA programs.

The various national schedules for 2022 are starting to coalesce and they can be found here: 

Pro Solo/National Tour, Time Trials National Tour, Hoosier Super Tour, Enduro.

Please take a few minutes and make sure your contact information is accurate in the SCCA database.  It’s important to have the correct information there so the club knows how to contact you.  Log in to your my.scca.com page and check. 

As I mentioned previously, there is a new path to getting your annual waiver.  You can now get it through the Member Account Portal (MAP).  Follow this link to get the instructions.  There is also a story about the program here.  I’ve done it and it only takes a couple of minutes. Be prepared to upload a headshot picture of yourself.

Just a quick reminder, if any region out there wants to have an “Ask the Director” session during your monthly meetings, please do not hesitate to contact me so we can schedule a visit.  I retired last summer so have plenty of free time and would thoroughly enjoy the chance to visit with your members.

Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you soon. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments you may have about any facet of the GLDiv. I want you to make the most of your membership and I will help out in any way possible to make that happen.

Dayle Frame