President Rob's Covid Update
Hi there members, what a simply gorgeous Saturday morning!
Firstly, I did a bit of a ring-around to our West Auckland based members earlier in the week, just to see if everyone was okay after the deluge that swept over the West during Monday evening and into the early hours of Tuesday morning – I hope I got everyone? If you didn’t hear from me, my apologies but maybe text or call me just to let us know the status of where you are. It seems, for the most part, our members did not suffer too badly. Dave Roper had his basement flood (again) but only really because of known drainage issues that – ironically – were due to be resolved the previous week – but Lockdown put paid to that idea. Typical. And Steve and Alexis had some water ingress through their ranch sliders as a result of an over-full water tank and nowhere for the excess water to go. Everyone else assures me they are fine. Good to know! As if Covid and its associated lockdown difficulties were not enough to deal with.
And then we have the terrible incident yesterday, at Lynn Mall Countdown – hopefully none of our members got caught up in that tragedy. I am sure you all share our thoughts for the innocent victims and wish them a full and speedy recovery. What a state this country is becoming – society in general – it truly worries and saddens me. Once upon a time, Fruit-Loops were something you may have had for breakfast – now they seem to be in all walks of life… I’m led to believe, there’s even some in Parliament … ☹ . So please, do take care.
As you know, our ‘out-of-Auckland’ members (of which we have quite a few) are now down one level to Level 3. Auckland remains in Level four until at least 11.59pm Tuesday September 14th – and we will likely only go down one level to Level 3 if we do at all. Northland members had their reduction to Level 3 this Thursday.
This means of course that our scheduled run on Sunday September 19th is, in all probability unlikely to proceed, so we have made tentative arrangements to move this run out a month, to October, provided we are down to level 2 by then. Understandably, we can’t confirm anything at this stage. But we’ll let you know when we do.
For your reading pleasure in the mean time, I have attached is the latest Newsletter from the FoMC and of course, the Club Corkboard https://www.americanclassiccars.org.nz/corkboard is being updated regularly with articles and photos that members have filed – and there is even a list of the new members that the Club has gained already, since January. For those very new additions that we have not yet met in person – your timing has been unfortunate, to say the least! Lol. Seriously though, to all of you, welcome to the American Classic Car Club Auckland and we look forward to the eventual opportunity to get back out in our Classics and enjoy each other’s company.
I’m still considering another Club Quiz for the coming week… so keep an eye on those inboxes.
Many thanks, be safe…
Rob Milligan – President
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