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Director's Message

I must say when the weather cooperates we draw some of the best that Cadillac and LaSalle have to offer at our car shows.  Approximately 70 cars filled the showroom and show field to celebrate Capitol Cadillac's 85th Anniversary with many being cars sold new by the dealership returning for a reunion.  Thanks to everyone who brought a car, including David Ault who transported three beautiful cars to the show: a 1906 Cadillac, a 1918 Cadillac and a 1909 Brush with a Cadillac connection for you history buffs.  And thanks to all the local attendees and those who traveled from other parts of the country and Canada.

Our shows wouldn't be successful without the support of Daniel Jobe and Capitol Cadillac. To show our appreciation, the Region presented Daniel with a large painting by the great automotive artist Dan Reed of Danielís 1946 Series 62 Convertible that he drove in The Great Race in 2014.

In addition, a special cake was presented that included pictures of all three of Capitol Cadillacís presidents: Floyd Akers, Daniel's Grandfather and President from 1934-1970, Howard Jobe, Daniel's Father and President from 1970-1990 and Daniel, President 1990-Present.

A huge thank you to the car show volunteers, and a special thank you to Lisa Diehl, Frank Taylor and others at Capitol Cadillac for their behind the scenes work. Thanks to DJ Mike, Honey Bun Cake Factory and Red, Hot & Blue for being on-site providing music, breakfast and lunch, respectively.

To club members making their way to the 2019 Grand National in Louisville, I wish you a safe trip.  We look forward to seeing your pictures and hearing your stories.

Dan Ruby

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