Lone Star T's
Dallas/Ft. Worth Chapter MTFCA

Unless Specified Otherwise Regular Meetings are held on the First Sunday of the Month at
Central Congregational Church, 5600 Royal Lane, Dallas, TX
Tire Kicking: 2:00 PM   Meeting: 2:30 PM

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The Dallas/Fort Worth
Chapter
of the Model T
Ford Club of America
is
a family club, dedicated
to the preservation,
restoration and
development of a
greater appreciation for
the Model T Ford and
serves as a source of
information concerning
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benefit of its members
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SEPTEMBER 2017
9
FAMILY DAY OUT
at the Clarks
12
MEN'S NIGHT OUT
Host: Mike Neely
15-17
SOUTHWEST SWAP MEET
Wise County Fairgrounds - Decatur
23
SATURDAY LUNCH OUT
with Stroll Host: Jim Frierson

OCTOBER 2017
1
REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
Refreshments: Pat Kollie
4-7
HERSHEY SWAP MEET
6-8
RANGER FLY-IN, Ranger, TX
Old School Fly-In and Airshow #11
Contact Kathy Harris for Info
11-14
TEXAS T PARTY - Kerrville, TX
Contact Jim & Sandra Ruhman
13-15
FALL CHICKASHA SWAP MEET
Host: Sam Goforth
19
DINNER NIGHT OUT
Host: Hal & Elizabeth Gorman
24
MEN'S NIGHT OUT
Host: Sam Goforth

NOVEMBER 2017
2-5
TICKEY CREEK TOUR - Waco, TX
10
VETERAN'S DAY PARADE
   
   
This year’s Tickey Creek Tour will take us to Waco, Texas where we will visit the famous Magnolia
Market, Homestead Heritage Craft Village, the automotive school at Texas State Technical College,
and do some back-road touring to McGregor, Crawford and more.  I will trailer directly to the hotel on
Thursday morning because there will be a short stroll that afternoon.  The tour hotel is:

Springhill Suites by Marriott, Woodway on the southwest side of Waco.  
Address: 200 Colonnade Pkwy, Woodway, TX 76712  Phone: (254) 732-7979

With increased popularity of Waco, major brand hotel rooms can run from $140 to $200 nightly.  
Springhill Suites, is an excellent location with designated trailer parking & has blocked 15 suites
(single king or double queen) for $119, including hot breakfast.

Click on this link to make easy online reservations:
Book your group rate for LONE STAR T's - MTFCA cut off date is October 2, 2017

If you have questions or need reservation assistance, please call 254-732-7979.  
Be sure to mention Lone Star T’s to get the special rate before October 2nd.
On request, we have a list of 6 other hotels in the immediate neighborhood for overflow.
Pet friendly hotels to be announced soon since the Magnolia, Homestead, and TSTC do not allow pets
on site.
For those who wish to drive their Model T to Waco, the route is easy and full of terrific sights
along the way.  Starting from the south side of the metroplex, pick up Hwy 77 in Waxahachie and
follow it to Milford.  Turn left on Hwy 308 and stay on it all the way to Waco.  Printed directions from
Waxahachie to Springhill Suites will be available from Sam or at monthly meetings prior to the tour.

Thursday afternoon, Nov 2nd, interactive visit to Texas State Technical College
Friday morning, Nov 3rd, visit Magnolia Market, lunch, then in the afternoon hit the road for some
country air. Subject to minor changes
Saturday morning, Nov 4th, visit Homestead Heritage, lunch & a short monthly business meeting
followed by an
afternoon stroll.
Sunday morning, Nov 5th, a hot breakfast to end the tour.

For questions and registration forms contact Sam & Charlotte

2017 Tickey Creek Tour
Waco, Texas

November 2-5, 2017
SEPTEMBER LUNCH AND STROLL
(Replaces Dinner Night Out)
When: Saturday, September 23rd - 10:00 AM

Meeting at: Whataburger at Hwy 175 and Beltline in
Seagoville
FAMILY DAY OUT & REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
SATURDAY, S
EPTEMBER 9TH - 11:30 AM Little Elm
See Newsletter for Details
MEN'S NIGHT OUT
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH - 6:30 pm
See Newsletter for Details

Come join Mike this evening to see how to adjust coils and an
assortment of timers.

We will stroll through Combine, Crandall and Kaufman on our way to
Crowville. Crowville is a weekend restaurant located on FM 429 between
Kaufman and Terrell. They feature an ALL YOU CAN EAT buffet of fried catfish
and shrimp, both are delicious and served with fries, salad, hushpuppies
AND peach cobbler and ice cream, The cost is about $14 per person. When
we leave, we'll route through Terrell and Forney on our way back to
Seagoville.
2017 Dallas Veterans Day Parade
Friday, November 10th
This year's Veterans Day parade will be in Downtown Dallas on Friday, November 10th, with massing of the
colors and the 11th hour (11:00 a.m.) ceremony in front of City Hall. The parade will commence following the
official ceremony (approximately 1 hour). The theme will be “Honoring Veterans of the Gulf War: Desert Shield
& Desert Storm.” The route starts at Reunion Arena, proceeding north on Houston Street, east on Main Street,
south on Ervay Street, west on Young Street, south on Akard Street and pass in review in front of City Hall,
similar to prior years. After passing in review, parade units will turn south on Ervay and disperse south of City
Hall. Cars need to arrive around 8 a.m. and passengers between 9-10 a.m. After the parade, we will meet for
lunch; more details to follow. Donuts and coffee will be available while waiting with the cars. We'll be co-
sponsoring the event with the Dallas Model A Ford Club. It’s time to sign up and start coordination
with the Wounded Warriors Project group. Please let me know if you'll be participating, what car you will drive,
and how many passengers you can carry. Dan Hayes