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Meet the New Members!
« on: January 10, 2018, 12:52:29 PM »
This topic highlights some of the new members that have joined the club (not the message board) the since the last issue of the Octagon and is the same list that appears in the latest Octagon club magazine. Welcome to the Club!

Linda Caton, Fort Walton Beach, Florida
Linda has a '74 orange MGB roadster.

R. Lee Flowers, Gulfport, Mississippi
He has a '74 damask red Midget.

Elaine Hess, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Elaine has a '71 glacier white B roadster.

Christopher Hughes, Newark, Delaware
Chris has a black '80 B V8 conversion.

Timothy Fairfield, Allentown, Pennsylvania

Gary & Kathy Cronin, Spring Hill, Florida
They had a '79 blue B roadster.

Liz Haines, Hockessin, Delaware
Liz has a '77 yellow B.

Richard  J Williamson, Fort Washington, PA

Jim Fancher, Syracuse, New York

William Mellana, Kenwood, California

Ken Edrmann, Springville, Utah
Ken has a '66 red Midget.

John Davis, Fairfax, Virginia
John has a '71 British racing green B roadster.

Frank Stultz, Ocala, Florida
Frank has a '78 russet brown B.

James Nab, Monument, Colorado
James has a '75 Damask red B roadster.

Randy Haselhuhn, St. Clair Shores, MI

John C. Mein, Cupertino, California

Elizabeth Peggs, Jupiter, Florida
The membership is a gift for her husband.

Jim Mcewen, Charlotte, North Carolina
Jim has a '73 pepper white MGB Mk III roadster.

James A. Clayman, Freeport, Maine

Brian Williams, Pemaquid, Maine
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