FMC Magazine
FMC Magazine
October 2004
Life’s A Gravy Train! Print Email
How can you turn almost anything into a main course? Stir it into a cream sauce and serve it over noodles, pasta, or some other food. When you’re rushed for time or short on ingredients, go for the gravy with the following recipes.
A Walk Through Historic Hillsborough Print Email
Before Raleigh was designated as the state capital of North Carolina, and before Chapel Hill became home to the nation's first public university, a little town not far from these two places was already thriving.
Northeast Area Gathers For "Country Hoedown" Print Email
Members of the Northeast Motorhome Association gathered at the Champlain Valley Exposition Center in Essex Junction, Vermont, for the Northeast Area Rally, July 14 through 17, 2004. Northeast Area vice president Bill Conway, F99081, and his wife, Pat, served as rally hosts.
Readers’ Forum: October 2004 Print Email
In my "President's Message" in the September 2004 issue of Family Motor Coaching magazine, I wrote an article about the growth of faith-based chapters within FMCA. I received responses both in favor of and in opposition to this column.
FMCA's Annual Meeting And 72nd Convention Print Email
FMCA's "Cascade Mountain Magic" convention, held August 16, 17, 18, and 19 in Redmond, Oregon, was a very successful convention overall but not without many challenges, difficulties, and heartaches.
Coachcraft By MacDonald Print Email
My drive across southeastern Georgia was delightful. Rolling countryside, blanketed in every direction by deep green forests and fields, was punctuated by red clay that peeked out from beneath rows of peanut plants and pecan trees.
Survey Results, Part One Print Email
Many thanks to those who completed the full-timers’ survey that appeared in the April 2004 edition of this column. Since most of the 300 respondents were couples, the survey represents opinions, gripes, desires, and expert advice of almost 600 full-timers.
Wild Turkeys Print Email
The word “turkey” is often used to describe a stupid, foolish, or inept person. Ben Franklin, however, admired North America's native turkeys greatly.
Report To The Governing Board Print Email
Editor's note: Mr. Eversmann presented the following report to the FMCA Governing Board during its meeting in Redmond, Oregon, this past August.
It is my pleasure to provide an update regarding noteworthy activities within the Family Motor Coach Association since we last met.
As of July 31, 2004, FMCA's active membership count was 128,812 families, and the last membership number assigned was F350514.
Surviving Spouses Need A Plan Print Email
Recently I have been involved in helping several widowed FMCA members who faced the difficult task of selling a motorhome. Two of these people lost a longtime partner suddenly.
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