A Big Thank You to everyone who came out and made our Spring Charity Event a huge success! Thank...

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By Frank Gorse

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Great Moments at FSR Annual Charity Spring Event

FSR Annual Charity Event Weekend

A Big Thank You to everyone who came out and made our Spring Charity Event a huge success! Thank you too all our Sponsors and those that donated items for our silent auction along with the guest speakers who spoke on behalf of our sponsored charities.
Congratulations to all the gimmick rally winners, shine and show winners, the word challenge winner, and those who walked away with some fantastic items that were up for auction.

Porsche Parade

Parade is the “big” Porsche Club event of the year: our annual national convention. Parade has a potpourri of activities and club members from all across North America come together for this once a year extravaganza to participate in a week of competitive events, to socialize and enjoy their cars, with seminars and tours adding to the event’s variety. For many club members, Parade is their big vacation for the year. It provides them with an opportunity to see new parts of the country as well as to visit with PCA friends that they only see once a year, at Parade!

2015 Escape

2015 Escape to Rushmore — Black Hills, South Dakota, Sept. 30 — Oct. 4

Escape is one of the "big" Porsche Club events of the year. It's often the case that Parade is on one coast or the other, and not everyone has the time or budget for a trip like that, perhaps all the way across the country. Escape provides you with another option.

Member Profile Maintenance

Most of us do a good job at keeping up with the maintenance needs of our Porsches. We aren’t as good at maintaining our profile information to be current or correct in the PCA and First Settlers databases. Most frequently, we fail to add new acquisitions and/or remove Porsches we no longer own. Incorrect or incomplete information affects the club’s ability to communicate with you and affects your ability to maximize the value of your membership.

“Let’s Party!”

The annual holiday party was held on Saturday, January 17th at the Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg and by all accounts was a big success. Everyone was surrounded by friends and the food was excellent; both lending to the festive and fun atmosphere. It gave us the opportunity to welcome in Jason Horner as our new president as well as the rest of the new board members. We also send ‘thanks’ to George and Pam Michaels for their two years as President and “First Lady” of the First Settlers Region.

First Settlers Winners at the Classics-on-the-Green Charity Car Show

Classic Automotive Events of Virginia, Inc., in conjunction with the Central Virginia British Car Club, was proud to host Classics on the Green on Sunday, September 14th. This very popular event directly supports the Fisher House supporting our wounded veterans and their families. Ferrari was the featured marque but our Porsches showed very well indeed. Here is the list of the Porsche winners.

Fun Run to Weeping Radish

Thanks to Ed Merry and Bret Jacobson for coordinating on another successful road trip adventure. On Saturday, October 4th, a caravan about 25 First Settlers Porsches left the parking lot at the Virginia Diner and headed south toward the Outer Banks. The destination was the Weeping Radish in Grandy, North Carolina. The weather was great but the food and micro-brews were even better. This place could become a regular “target” for us!







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