John and Eleanor Donohue Photos by John Donohue Our dedicated group of volunteers met on this brisk Saturday morning in early April to complete our semi annual ODOT cleanup commitment. With the threatening snow and rain just staying at bay for our group, we were thrilled to get such a terrific turnout of twenty people.
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Powder coating is a technology for coating anything metal virtually any color. We are most familiar with its use on wheels and engine tin for air cooled cars, but its uses extend to anything metal that would otherwise be painted. I have used it on the suspension parts of my 912 and exhaust tips
Attracting and retaining new members is our goal for growth and staying vibrant. The High Desert PCA excels in both areas. While attrition due to relocation is unavoidable, we strive to make club membership so enjoyable and rewarding that our members stay with us year after year. Our positive relationship with our local Porsche dealer
Whew — what a 2016 for the High Desert Region!! Under Pete’s leadership we grew our membership by almost 16%, put on 56 events, and won the prestigious 2016 PCA Community Service Award over all of the other regions in PCA. As one of the more recent members of the club the things I noticed
By Pete Olson High Desert Region PCA President OK… This will be my “last” Presidential Ramblings, it’s been 3 years since I wrote the “first”. That adds up to 36 sessions at the laptop! Each month I have enjoyed looking back at the month’s adventures, & reading our members stories in the
Sam Davis – High Desert PCA Membership Chair Our club has experienced phenomenal membership growth this year. In a recent Webcast with the PCA, it was noted that attracting and retaining new and existing members is critical to the successful growth of a PCA club. We excel at this! It takes hard work,
High Desert Region PCA President – Pete Olson Hello! So… we wrapped up our Porsche driving season with two separate events, both on the first weekend in October. Arrive & Drive Oct 1st: Each year this drive culminates with a special lunch. This year the drive ended at member Tracy Stout’s
Our hail and hearty group met on this last Saturday in October to complete our semi annual ODOT cleanup commitment. Given the cold, drizzle and threat of rain, we were delighted to get such a wonderful turnout of seventeen people. Our group met at the traditional Highway 20 location, about ten miles south of Sisters.