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October rally in Burton

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applebutterMIDWEST COACHMEN FALL RALLY
OCTOBER 8 THRU 11, 2015

BURTON APPLE BUTTER FESTIVAL

WELCOME TO A FALL FESTIVAL FILLED WITH FUN, FROLIC, AND FESTIVE ACTIVITIES IN BURTON, OHIO

Here’s what’s on the agenda :

THURS : Arrival of coaches. Parking will be assisted by Dick and Don.

4 :00: Wine and cheese party in the lounge of the clubhouse . Cheese and snacks will be served and some kinds of wine, but please bring a favorite bottle to add to the festivities if you will.

5 :00: Line up for car pool to Mary Yoder’s Amish Restaurant in Middlefield for dinner of your own choice from the menu. Delicious reasonable home cooking!

7:00 – 8:00: MUSICAL BINGO in the clubhouse with prizes to win. All old favorite songs.

FRI.: 9:30 a.m. : Line up for car pool to MIDDLEFIELD CHEESE to learn how cheese is made and taste some varieties of cheeses available for purchase if you wish along with other Amish delicacies .

10:30 a .m. Arrival at White House Chocolate and Candy Kitchen to watch yummy chocolate candy of all kinds being made and then to sample some. in the store and purchase if you wish.

12:00 p.m. Ladies join Pat and Debbie to car pool to QUINTEALIA’S TEA PARLOR for lunch from The menu and high tea. This is a beautiful old-fashioned crystal tearoom with a story behind it. Wonderful soups, quiche,delicate sandwiches and desserts “to die for”. You’ll love it!

Gentlemen : Join Dick and Don for lunch at a nearby country cafe after dropping the ladies off. Pick up ladies at 1:30 p.m. or when notified by cell phone call to Dick that they are ready.

1:30 p.m. until 5 :00 p.m. Time on your own to nap, play outdoor games set up. or explore the countryside (see your goody bags for interesting destinations) .

5 :00 p.m.: Be prompt for a home-cooked Roast Beef dinner, potatoes, vegetables,salads, Breads/butter, desserts, and beverages, in the clubhouse, prepared by your rally crew.

6:00-7:00 p.m. Entertainment by singer/guitarist FRED BARRINGER and his musical backup. Some audience participation expected.

Evening on your own or bonfire in a metal container only in designated sandy area . See Dick.

SAT.: 8:00 – 9:00: Coffee and Donuts and other breakfast breads and juice. Then you are on your own to visit the Burton Apple Butter Festival located on the Burton Historical Grounds at the SE corner of the Square and the many vendors around the square, as well as the log cabin, which may have an ox roast on Saturday for lunch.

Don’t miss apple butter making on the Festival grounds (admission: $7:00 includes parking.) Also visit the museum,and old working demo buildings in the Festival. Buy apples, apple butter, Amish bakery, candles and many other demonstrated merchandise you don’t see at other festivals.

SAT. (continued) : 4:30 p.m. Be back at the campground to car pool for dinner to the Historical WELCHFIELD INN in our private room and select your favorite meal from the delicious entrees from the menu. (very reasonable).

Return to the campground by 7:00 p.m. for our Monte Carlo night featuring Texas Hold’em, ($5 buy in ), Blackjack(chips available), Card Bingo, or an assortment of other games available on the tables.

Snacks and some non-alcoholic beverages available . Otherwise, bring your own.

SUN.: 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. Coffee and donuts in the clubhouse, followed by chapter meeting , door prizes and 50/50 raffle.

HOPE YOU WILL HAVE FUN AT OUR LAST MOTORHOME RALLY OF THE SEASON, AND HAVE A SAFE TRIP HOME, AND A WONDERFUL FUN-FILLED WINTER WHEREVER YOU ARE

Reservations with a check payable to Richard Christenson are due by Sept. 28, 2015.

http://www.discoverohio.com/events/66th-annual-apple-butter-festival

September 2015 Rally Information

Air Force MuseumSeptember 2015 Rally announcement

Air Force Museum

Hawthorn Hill

MIDWEST COACHMEN SEPTEMBER 24TH – 27TH  2015 RALLY

Hosted by Fred and Kay Dudding

Montgomery County Fairgrounds
1043 South Main Street
Dayton, OH 45409

Weekend Activities Planned and Possible:

Thursday, September 24, 2015
Check in, fellowship with friends, dinner on your own.
Dinner suggestions included in your packet. Many restaurants within four block walk.

Friday, September 25, 2015
8:00 AM Coffee and Doughnuts – Carousel Room

Dayton History’s Carillion Park:
You could have lunch at Culp’s Café or Carillion Brewing Company, a recreation of what a 19th century brewery may have looked like.
You could visit the historic buildings in Carillion Park before and after the Hawthorne Hill tour, including the Transportation Center, the 1905 Wright Flyer III (the world’s first practical airplane,) and may ride the new carousel with seats representing the many inventions from the Dayton area.

1:00 – 2:30 Tour of Hawthorn Hill, home of Orville Wright, and now part of the National Park system. Bring your National Park Passport and get it stamped. A scheduled tour will leave every twenty minutes from the Carillon Park main building. Tickets must be pre-ordered with your rally reservation. Your start time will be assigned before the tours begin.

Continue your visit at Carillion Park

5:00 PM Meet at the Engineers Club of Dayton,
110 East Monument Avenue, Dayton, OH 34302. (Corner of Monument and Jefferson Avenues)
 Tour of this historic building lead by Fred Dudding
 Cash Bar:
 Dinner- Meal selection (four choices) and payment with your rally reservation

Saturday, September 26, 2015
8:00 AM Coffee and Doughnuts – Carousel Room Daytime activities on your own—these suggestions:
 Air Force Museum – this could take your entire day.
 Citizens Motorcar Co – Packard Automobile Museum
 Aviation Trail self-lead tour
 Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historic Park
 Dayton Art Institute
 Dayton Inventors River Walk
 2nd Street Market (Brunch/Lunch)

Saturday, September 26, 2015
5:00 PM Catered casual dinner

Sunday, September 27, 2015
8:00 AM Coffee and Doughnuts – Carousel Room Business Meeting to follow

August 2015 rally

 

yard saleAugust rally 2015

link to the Huggy Bear campground’s website

Highway 127 yard sale

 

MIDWEST COACHMEN
HIGHWAY 127 YARD SALE AND MUSEUM RALLY
AUGUST 6-7-8 & 9, 2015

HUGGY BEAR CAMPGROUND 9065 RINGWALD ROAD MIDDLEPOINT, OHIO 45863

Directions: Go 5 miles west of Delphos on U.S. Route 30 to the Middlepoint Exit. At the top of the ramp turn left, go 200 yards, turn right on Lincoln Highway, go 2 miles to Ringwald Road.
Campground is on the left.

Huggy Bear has pull through sites. We are in a full hook up section. Bring your swimsuit, there are two swimming pools and a lake for swimming. There is also a fishing lake. Swimming is free with your camping. There is a Putt-Putt Golf Course for which there is an additional fee. There is Bingo for $1 per card at 7:30 on Friday and Saturday night.  On Saturday the campground has a fishing derby at 9:00 AM, crafts at 10:00 AM and a com hole tournament at I :00 pm.

Most of the days you will be on your own to attend the yard sale which extends from Alabama to Michigan or one of the museums in Delphos or Van Wert. (Canal Museum, Postal Museum, Fire Equipment Museum and the Van Wert Historical Museum.) Details will be in the Goody Bag. There is also a Rib Fest 5:00 Pm Friday night and 11:00 AM Saturday at the Fairgrounds. On Saturday night at 9:00 PM at the Rib Fest they will have entertainment by the country band “Mustang Sally” for a $5.00 per person admission. The $5.00 admission at the gate begins at 5:00 and there will be a local band playing from 7:30 until the “Mustang Sally” performance at 9:00.

Friday night at 6:00 PM we will have a catered dinner at the Baked to Perfection Bakery and Deli in Delphos with your choice of either Grilled Salmon or Pork Chop, also there will be red skin potatoes, green beans, a dinner roll, a drink and either pie or cake for desert. The food will be good even though the price is only $10.00 per person.

Please send reservations by July 24, 2015 to Doug Erman (see membership directory)

CAMPING:
Pay the campground at their office for full hookup when you check in.

They prefer cash or a check. There is a 3 % fee charged if you use a credit card.
30 AMP Electric is $35.00 per night

50 AMP Electric is $38.00 per night

DINNER:
Grilled Salmon No.        Pork Chop No.                @ $10.00 Each      $ _______
Please mark the number of salmon dinners and pork chop dinners.
RALLY FEE 12.00
TOTAL Amount Enclosed $ ________________

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Wright brothersSAVE THE DATE – MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW
MIDWEST COACHMEN SEPTEMBER 24TH – 27TH 2015 RALLY
Montgomery County Fairgrounds
1043 South Main Street
Dayton, OH 45409

Hosted by: Fred (937) 430-2228 and Kay (937) 232-5959 Dudding
Home: (937) 294-66ll

Join your Midwest Coachmen friends as the Duddings prepare for you

“A WEEKEND OF FLIGHT”
Where: Montgomery County Fairgrounds, Dayton Ohio
South Main street and across from Miami Valley Hospital All scheduled activities within two miles.
Note that this is an urban setting.
When: September, 24th – 27th, 2015 What: Carillion Park
•Culp’s Café
•Carillion Brewing Company
•Special tour of Orville Wright’s home – Hawthorn Hill – bring your National Park Passport
•Wright Cycle Shop
•Transportation Center – Historic trolleys and trains
•1905 Wright Flyer III – world’s first practical airplane
•Carousel Ride – new just last year.
Air Force Museum – this could take your entire day on Saturday. Citizens Motorcar Co – Packard Automobile Museum
Aviation Trail self-led tour
Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historic Park Dayton Art Institute
Dayton Inventors River Walk
2nd Street Market (Brunch/Lunch) Fly Boys New York style deli
Brown Street (in University of Dayton area) cluster of restaurants within walking distance.
Special Tour of the Engineers Club of Dayton, and Friday dinner Casual Saturday dinner at the Fairgrounds Carousel House
Fun and fellowship with your Midwest Coachmen friends
Morning doughnuts (Possibility of “home-made” doughnuts on Sunday morning)
Business meeting opportunity – if we must!

July Rally

Kandels' RV Park
MIDWEST COACHMEN JULY 16th – 19th RALLY

Kandels’ Camping and RV Park
5552 State Route 515 Near Walnut Creek, Ohio Millersburg, Ohio 44654

Weekend Activities: Thursday July 16th
—check in, fellowship with friends, dinner on your own

Friday, July 17th
—daytime activities on your own
—5:00 PM catered dinner in the dining hall: pulled pork, rigatoni, baked beans, red potatoes, fruit, carrot cake, punch, coffee and iced tea. $20.50 per person. Table service included.

Saturday, July 18th
—8:00-9:00 AM coffee and donuts in the dining hall
—daytime activities on your own
—5:00 PM dinner at Der Dutchmen Restaurant in Walnut Creek. Order from menu.

Sunday, July 19th
—8:00 AM coffee and donuts in the dining hall, meeting at 9:00, drawing for door prizes
—Thanks for coming! Safe trip home.

Daytime activities you might enjoy: shopping/eating in Berlin, Sugar Creek, Walnut Creek, Baltic, or Keim Lumber at Charm (Rt.515); sampling the cheese at Pearl Cheese Factory (Rt. 93); watch the assembly line making candy (samples of course) at Coblentz Chocolates in Walnut Creek; or visiting the many flea markets in the area.
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Please return reservations by June 20th

To: Jerry and Phyllis Griesen, (at home address listed in directory)

nights at campground x $29.00 per night
catered dinner at $20.50 per person
rally fee $12
Total amount enclosed:
Name:
FMCA number:

NO REFUNDS AFTER JULY 10th

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