KRC’s 50th Anniversary Celebration | Studebaker Drivers Club Keystone Region
time to get your cars out before they are tucked away for the winter. In addition to Studebaker, Packard and Avanti, this meet is open to all automobiles H – Avanti II, All Models; J Trucks & Commercial Vehicles. preciation for the contributions to the Echo during , reminded Studebaker Meet, August 15 at San Diego Auto Museum in Balboa . Winter Meet Awards. Meets and Events - AZ 'Summer Studebakers in Show Low' by / 14 Gary CA 'Studebaker Reunion a Smashing Success' / 2 - CA 'Winter Meet' Zone Meet' by Rick Peterson / 12 - CA 'Palm Springs Tour - ' by.
Studebaker Avanti Becomes Avanti AVX
In the men's fly, Josh Quallen went, 1: Juan Lopez was 23rd in 1: In 4 x FR Kelsi Worrell's In men's 4x, Caryle Blondell To participate in the Winter National Championships, each individual swimmer had to achieve the qualifying standard time for each event between Nov. In six events over three days, all six Blue Hens registered personal season-best times.
On Thursday, Tooley placed 44th in the IM with a time of 1: Also on Thursday, Whyte competed in the 50 Freestyle earning a 38th place finish thanks to her season-best time of In the Friday evening heat, Clark, Nunes and Ware all represented Delaware in three different events. Nunes, who registered the best Blue Hen finish on Friday, placed 39th in the Breaststroke with a time of 1: In the Backstroke event, Ware earned a 50th place finish with his season-best time of Marquez and Ware each set season-best times as Marquez finished 39th thanks to a time of 1: Both the Delaware men and women swimming and diving teams will take over a month off from competition before returning to action on Jan.
Utah Utah swimming wrapped up its third and final day at USA Short Course Finals with numerous school records, including breaking a year-old school record in the fly.
Stina Colleou claimed the third place spot in the breast 2: She was the top collegiate swimmer in the event.
Following her in the event was 14th-place Nicole Ligeza, who swam her best time of the day of 2: It was her best time of the year in the event. Nick Soedel took seventh in the free with a time of Alex Fernandes finished 27th in the prelims with a time of In the fly, Bence Kiraly touched in eighth 1: The previous record was set by Shawn Rowland in Soedel swam a Kristian Kron finished fifth in the back 1: The highly prestigious meet featured the top swimming talent from across the country, including several USA Olympic Team members.
Saint Louis opened the meet with a time of 1: The time qualified them for the finals of the meet, where they finished 15th. Harry appointed the same people who dreamed up the Gettysburg site as National Meet Chairmen that should teach you!! Much hoopla was made that summer at Long Beach promoting the meet at Gettysburg.
- USA Swimming Winter Nationals Recaps: Day 2
- Club Members with their cars
Everyone knew that Keystone was there! But what has followed in the ensuing years bears repeating. SinceKeystone Region Chapter has remained strong with a current membership of over families, give or take a few!
KRC’s 50th Anniversary Celebration
Keystone Region Chapter is family as much as it is club. The Raffle Car effort that we put forth each year has delivered some very nice cars to some very surprised people.
When they retired from this activity, a new Raffle Car committee was formed, and the raffle procedure was brought into the 21st century by limiting the number of tickets sold and thus giving the buyer definite odds of winning. The proceeds from this annual event have allowed Keystone Region Chapter, in recent years, to make substantial contributions to the Studebaker National Museum, the Studebaker National Foundation, U.
Troops in both Iraq and Afghanistan, and other civic and charitable causes. The swap meet has had a number of Chairmen, including Frank McCarthy who was been in that position for over 13 years. He was assisted by an able team of veteran Studebaker nuts whose names are still involved with the chapter.
The Studebaker York Swap Meet was always admission free, and a service to Studebaker owners everywhere. As proof of the stability of our chapter, many of the names you see listed above from are still members of Keystone Region Chapter.
USA Swimming Winter Nationals Recaps: Day 3
Our membership roster reveals many people who have been members since the start of the club in A dedicated core of members made the International Meet in Lancaster, Pa. Their contribution was invaluable and we thank them for their contributions. That brings us to current times. Many members of Keystone are still involved in its activities.
The Keystone Raffle Car is still a part of our existence.
The winning ticket for the car this year was drawn at the AACA Museum, in Hershey, Paand a small but growing number of people participated there in a Studebaker Swap Meet held from the trunks and back of vehicles parked around the Museum.
We at Keystone Region Chapter invite and encourage you to join our membership and fellowship.L. A. Studebaker Drivers Club Winter Meet
You do NOT have to own a Studebaker to be a member. We just want you to have an interest in the marque and enjoy having fun. Devon Bibault was 14th in Andrea Cottrell won the B-Final with a time of 1: Addison Bray won the B-final in In the back, Kristina Steins was 18th overall with a time of In the free relay, the women took sixth with a time of 7: Kelsi Worrell led off with a split of 1: The men reached the podium with a third place finish of 6: In the breast, Nicole Ligeza touched in seventh with a time of 1: Fernandes finished 11th in the fly third in the consolation final in The medley relay team of Alex Fernandes, Ken Tiltges, Kron and Soedel finished ninth overall, winning the consolation final in 1: He swam his best time of the year in the prelims 1: Jonas Holmstrom took 23rd in the event, also swimming his best time of the year in the prelims 1: Traycie Swartz took eighth in the back in the consolation final Tiltges placed 16th in the breast in Finishing out the second day, the men are tied for 19th with the women still in eleventh.
Former Lady Topper and Olympian Claire Donahue highlighted the night, as she won the fly in a lifetime-best