Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!!
We asked you to bring outboards and boats to show, in the arena, in Tomahawk and you responded. We had one of the best displays in years. We had a good selection of both antiques and classics.
A big thank you goes out to John Hoffman for setting up his outboard and parts store. He sold $461 in all, including donations, which all went to the Northwoods' Chapter. He also gave away many free parts that members could use for their projects. This has been a wonderful addition to our show.
Our new food vendor, Vicky's Lunch Wagon, was another good addition to the show and was well liked by the members. Their menu was very nice and the food was GREAT and they will be back next year. They have offered to feed all the cruise and boat parade members with a spaghetti dinner and if anyone else is interested in it they may purchase a dinner and join us.
The campers on the waterfront were very happy to have access to the new electric hookups.
Just a reminder on next year's schedule - the Hardwater Meet will be held on April 6th in Neenah at the Labor Temple (Lucky Dogs). Click here for more information on the meet.
Fall harvest meet
The Fall Harvest Meet will no longer be on our schedule. We thank Jerry Blanchard for his 22 years of hosting this meet and all of his great turkeys, squash, and fresh french fries. We will miss them. We would like to see someone come forward and host this meet. If someone is interested, please give us a call.
Click here for photos from Tomahawk, 2018 which Ned Spanagel took for us. Thank you Ned!
Next Year's dates for Tomahawk are July 31 & August 1, 2, & 3. Click here for more information on Tomahawk, 2019
1935 - 2018
We are saddened at the loss of one of our longstanding members. Wayne was an invaluable resource for the Northwoods Chapter, serving in many functions including Past President. He was an original organizing member of the chapter. He also served as the national specialist of Flambeau outboard motors. He was a loyal member, always supported the meets, and he was a wonderful resource to all. He will be greatly missed.