October was again an active month for the club.  The Club attended a car show  October 11th at the Elk's Club in Redding. The Show was put on to support the Redding Police K-9 unit and the Elks organization.
Once again I must have been sleeping, I drove by but didn't see cars so I drive home.  "oppa you eyes dummy" According to attending members, the show was excellent and as a Club a great time was had.

Please don't  forget to look  at the Members page to see the members I don't have a picture of.  If you want an update let me know. Otherwise I'll try to get pictures of those that are missing.

Club Meeting November 4, 2014

Once again we had a good turn out at the Good Times Pizza Parlor in Palo Cedro. we had 21+ in attendance. Discussions included,  Club Direction, The November Club Events (None Scheduled in November). It was decided that December's meeting wll be held.
(December 2nd at the Good Times Pizza Parlor in Palo Cedro,  Dinner at 6:00pm and Meeting at 7:00pm)
Bob Creighton noted he was thinking of doing next years cruise to Childs Meadows, etc.. He will keep us on board.

Annual donation, etc. will be discussed at the December Meeting'

It appears that we have had problems and questions associated with the conversion of our Club from Non-Profit status to Social Club status. For this reason we may extend the conversion beyond January 1, 2015. Further information to follow. Suggest you attend the December meeting !

Put on your Callendars:  Christmas Party December 5th at the Win-River Casino.  6pm for cocktails and 7pm for dinner.

  YEAR  2014   

Welcome to the Nor-Cal Road Knights home page 
    The Club was established in 1988 by two Redding locals, Art Hobbs and Gary Fackler . 
    They thought of having a club for all  types of classic cars .
 With only 12 members, the first club meeting was held on September 7, 1988.
     Our membership has grown and now we  are moving on to a new direction withou
t a Board of Directors and committee chair members. We welcome new members who are community-minded and have an interest in classic cars
especially 1970 or older.
 From its beginning the Club has operated as a non-profit Club with donations going to local charities.
    Effective January 1, 2015 we are transitioning  to a Social Club without maintaining nonprofit status.
    We are very active in the Kool April Nites Car Show and with members on their board andtheir volunteer program . In addition, many of our members participate in car shows throughout the State.
    We hold  monthly events such as car runs, picnics, breakfast runs or potlucks, which are open to all and posted on the Club Activities page.
    If you are looking for a club or just some company to share your interests, please join us. 


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