Welcome to the Suwannee River Region AACA

P O Box 7095, Lake City, FL 32056, Phone: 386-365-9643 Email: wilshirav@aol.com.

The Suwannee River Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America (www.aaca.org), is a family friendly organization, located in North Florida. We love old cars, good food and enjoy above average comradery with each other. Our members are involved in local, state and national events. Our meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at the El Potro Restaurant on US 90 across the street from the Lake City Mall and start at 7 PM. We cover necessary business, but the meetings are always light, interesting and involve all members and guests. If you have an interest in old cars, please consider joining us. For more information, contact: Ralph Towner, Oil Can Editor at 386-397-4571.

A message from our President:

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Here we are in December already and all I want for Christmas is a big bow on my Camaro.  December is such a busy month for me at work with the
Festival of Lights at Stephen Foster, but I love every minute of it. Everyone is so happy and joyful and the kids just are fascinated by the lights and our snow making machine. The smell of the bonfires, roasting marshmallows, the hot chocolate and the popcorn delight everyone who attends. I do want to invite you all up to see it. Make sure you stop in the Gift Shop to say hello.
Don’t forget our Club Christmas Party is Dec. 6 at Jimmy and Michelle’s home. Bring a covered dish. For those who don’t know where they live we will meet at George and Barbara’s Richards house on Hwy 90 at 6:00 and follow them over. It starts at 6:30 pm. Please RSVP so we know how many to expect.
I also want to thank everyone; I am thrilled to be voted in again as your President for the next term. I hope next year we will continue to grow and keep the passion we have for our cars. We have a great board and working together we can look forward to a bright new year. I hope everyone has a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Healthy New Year. 

Shirley McManus