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15th Annual Performance Driving School

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Performance Driving School - Saturday/Sunday October 17-18, 2015

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Spring Wine Cruise 2015

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The 2015 CRMC spring wine cruise was Sunday, May 17th with a visit to the Owl's Eye Vineyard in Shelby, NC. Thirty six club members participated in this event. We had Mustangs from 64-1/2 convertibles (Tim and Kelly Davis) to Mike and Lorie Williams' 2015 convertible. As with every event the 'Mustang cruise' is always special. We had 14 beautiful Mustangs cruising down I-85 south from our meeting place at exit 33 to Shelby, a total of about 47 miles.
Our time at the Owl's Eye Vineyard, (which is owned by Ophthamologist Frank Hannah, hence the name for the vineyard) was very enjoyable. Most members chose to participate in the wine tastings. There were some 'hops and barley' drinkers but the point is that they were there to enjoy the event. The staff provided us with excellant service, with Barbara Hannah, the owners wife, explaining every wine on their list. With a large indoor area with air conditioning and a outdoor patio area with tables and chairs with umbrellas and live music, our folks had their choice of location to enjoy the companionship of other club members.
Dinner was catered by Kevin from 'Box Car Grille' and once again it was perfect. We had great food, great service, great companionship, great weather and beautiful Mustangs to look at and drive. More and more club members are realizing how much fun this club really can be when there are events like the spring wine cruise to participate in. Stay tuned for information on the 2015 fall wine cruise on October 23rd to the 25th in Sparta, NC. and our second 'Murder Mystery dinner' coming up on Febuary 27th 2016 at Shadow Springs vineyard.

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logo1Thank you for visiting ponytales.org, the official website of the Carolina Regional Mustang Club. We hope you enjoy our site and learning what CRMC is all about. We have a very active club with something for every interest.

Our Purpose is to preserve and promote all Ford Mustangs manufacturered from 1964 through the current model year; to aid in the restoration, preservation and enjoyment of these vehicles; to promote cooperation among similar Mustang organizations; and to increase communication and fellowship among those persons who share these interests through meetings, shows, special events and social activities.

Our Promise is to always make you feel welcome, to always respond promptly to the needs of our members, to encourage fun for all Mustang enthusiasts and encourage them to join CRMC and Mustang Club of America (MCA), and to always respect each other's views.

A promise is a promise... A Mustang is a Mustang!

In the Spring & Fall we are participate in Food Lion’s Auto-Fair. In summer, we have our annual Performance Driving School, and in the Fall we host our annual Mustang and All Ford Car Show. In addition, we participate in various events to support other clubs both locally and outside of our region. Every year we share some of the proceeds from these events to make donations to various organizations including St. Jude's Children's Hosptal, Habitat for Humanity and several other charities.

We meet on the first Tuesday of every month (check the event's calendar for time and location). The only requirement for membership is an interest in the Ford Mustang. We hope to see you at our next meeting or event, and if that’s not possible please continue to visit our site and enjoy the content provided by our members.

 

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