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The Post will be featuring our dealer network, and we will take a closer look at the places we love to linger and dream, or to stop in and steal a cup o’coffee while we pretend we can drop $150k as an impluse buy. Lastly, let’s try to gather some momentum as we participate. En- couraging members to come out and have some fun as a group is our goal. Mathmatically presented: E (enjoyment) = S (speed) times P (Per-
formance) > D (sitting in the driveway), or (E = SxP) > D. Translation = please get involved. (Sorry, I took AP math in high school).
Can some of you contribute thoughts on favorite roads or destinations to me at [email protected]? We are going to compare notes and also discuss the merits of each trip and destination. We need your crite- ria (road surface, parking, traffic, scenery, traffic control devices, etc). I am sure many of you have favorite roads and destinations, particularly at certain times of the day. My local roads here in northern Westchester tend to be open and smooth (think about our Kensico Dam mini-Trek late last year). I will highlight a couple of them in this issue. If you agree, please
weigh in. If you have your own favorite, please let us know.
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National PCA needs your e-mail address, in order to enable our President, Dan Fishkind, to send out his e-mail blasts, which announce changes or new events. All members can log on to www.pca.org quite easily.
Alternatively, send your e-mail to [email protected] and it will be entered for you. Many members joined a few years back when e-mails were not so important and may not have even had an e-mail (heaven forbid). So please check to see if National has yours. If not, please register it today so you won’t miss one of Dan’s friendly and inspiring announcements!
Thank you, Adele Portanova
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