In 2006 a group of car enthusiasts decided to start a classic car club which was the start of the Union County Timber Cruisers Car Club. Our members enjoy driving their unique vehicles and going on special trips for breakfast, lunch or dinner. During the summer months you will find us on Friday nights at The Gas Station (Texaco on Adams) where we enjoy an evening of food, camaraderie, and solving world problems plus unraveling the mysteries of car troubles.
Twenty-six club members including several families attended the club’s April activity on April 7: this month going to the Meacham Store & Deli for a tacos. Since the weather was so nice, we decided to take the old two-lane highway between Spring Creek and Meacham and several deer and a UPS driver enjoyed watching the parade of classic cars as we passed.
Three of our car club members decided to challenge the weather forecast of rain and took their classic cars to the first of many 2015 car shows: John & Janis, Jerry & Cindy, and Arlan & Mary Ann. Jack & Ellen and Matt, Lucy & family joined them later in the day for lunch and to check out all the cars. Jack and Ellen even entered Ellen’s car in the parade.
Thirty-two of our club members had a wonderful breakfast at the Union Hotel on Saturday, February 28. Charlie & Ruth, owners of the hotel and also club members, prepared delicious individual meals for us. The historic Union Hotel is loaded with charm and features 15 themed rooms and a beautiful dining room. Thanks again Charlie & Ruth for opening yours doors on Saturday for us!!!!!
Over 40 members gathered on January 10 to share a great ham dinner and a good time. Everyone brought a while elephant gift and obviously took home a white elephant gift – some nicer than others. A lot of stealing of these marvelous treasures happened during the course of the evening while some of the beauties (used carburetor) were hard to trade. Thanks to Paula, Debbie, and Virginia for organization this event.