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2019 marks our 50th Anniversary                 50 Years of FUN - driving Early Ford V8s             50 years of NO grass growing under Our tires!                    Our club, #24, keeps rolling On, and On - and has been for 50 years - WOW! !     
Early Ford V-8 Club
Celebrating All Ford Vehicles  1932-1953
Regional Group #24 of Georgia
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You can find Previous editions in our Archives
Let's not forget - the North & South Clubs (RG#24 & RG#160) were the SAME Club with the SAME Members
for 34 Years (from 1969-2003) - we only parted when Atlanta Traffic made travel time to meetings a nightmare.
(our RG#24 Monthly Newsletter)
Glenda was the Editor from Jan 2013 to Dec 2014 - she did one heck of a good job.
Bucky apparently did all the other stuff, like putting it all together & mailing it - also a big job.
From Jan 2013 TFRB
Sept 2004 TFRB
Oct 2004
Oct 2002 - We started a Website
Past Editors of our Newsletters:
         “The Restoration Blues & News”
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1974 (Jan or Feb): Alice Kilgore created the 1st newsletter, called
         "Restoration Blues and News" 
1976 Feb: Jack Henry
1977 Feb:  John Lischke
1978 Feb:  Buddy Bernard
1978 Dec:  John Lischke
1981 Jan:  Buddy Bernard
1981 Nov:  Bobbie Rivers
1982 Jan:  Elaine Hill
1983 Jan:  Les Fisher
1985 Jan:  Bobbie Rivers
1986 Feb:  Lawson Cox-II (thru at least 1987 July) - Name changed to
          "The Running Board"
1987 Aug-1996 Feb:  UNKNOWN at this time
1996 Mar:  Lawson Cox-II
1998 Jan:  Bob Padovano's address but maybe Thompson?
1999 Jan:  Harold G. Thompson
2000-Oct:    Kelly Hintz
2002-Jan:    Bill Swilley -  Mitch Gadd was Co-Editor Feb-July 2002
2002-Sep:   Jim Duggan
2004-Sep:  Julie Knott
2006-July:   Lamar Hart
2013-Jan:   Glenda & Lance Bucky
2015-Jan:  NONE (Lamar sent out a single bulletin - so there were
                   NO months without anything)
2015-Feb:   Bob Schwartz
2018-Feb:  Lamar Hart (temporary again)
2019-Mar:  Dick Anderson (also Webmaster)
Julie Knott did a heck of a good job too - from Sep 2004 to Jul 2006
           
  We did a lot better with female editors.
And, he still is in 2018
Nov 2001
DEC 2001   The December issue of The Running Board will be Kelly's last, on behalf of the entire club a BIG THANK YOU to Kelly, Micheal and her "staff' for her service as editor, it's a rough job.  I'm sure there were deadline times when Michael and "staff" had to wait, we thank you all for your hard work.
OH BROTHER BILL SWILLEY " WHERE FOR ART THOU"
Jerry Reichel
Sep 2000
Kelly Hintz
From Sept 2006 Runningboard

Congratulations To Julie Knott
Our own Julie Knott, the previous Running Board editor, has been awarded first place in the national 2005 Early Ford V-8 Club newsletter competition. It makes us very happy to see that she is being recognized for her outstanding work. We knew that her newsletters were truly outstanding, and are so pleased that her efforts are appreciated on a national level. Julie, we miss your Running Board, every one of us! 
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Feb 1998 TFRB (perhaps the last time we printed Commercial Ad Prices
Later, after electronics made Lay-up easier and reduced production costs, we decided to Simplify & Lower the Rates.  But, eventually most all our members got Email, so we had so few to mail out that we dropped the whole idea of ads paying for it.
NovDec 1992
Alice was our 1st Editor and brought much ink & prestige to our Club in the early years.
JulAug 2006 V8 Times - we went from Honorable Mentions to Best in the Nation!
Mitch Gadd  July 2002
2002