October 10-14, 2018
Cowtown RV Park, Aledo, TX
As posted in Rallies, the 2018 General Business Meeting and Rally will be held October 10-14, 2018 and hosted by President, Gail Smith. We will stay at the Cowtown RV Park, the address is 7000 Interstate 20 East (exit 418), Aledo, Texas. Spots are being held for us until September 15. You may reserve by calling 817-441- 7878 and talk to Jaynie. She has a special section for 40-45 foot rigs. Rally rate is $31 per night and includes rally room.
There are obviously lots of fun things to do in the Fort Worth/Weatherford area.
Tentative plans are to visit the Railhead Smokehouse for barbecue and music, have free time to visit the Texas State Fair or museum area of Fort Worth, take a Fort Worth tour by bus, including the Stockyards Parade, visit the Vintage Car museum and Chandor Gardens in Weatherford. Of course we will have our annual club financed catered meal at the business meeting, with lots of other good meals at restaurants, camp and more!
There will be no rally fee, although there may be a small charge for the bus and garden
tours. More details and reservations for tours when we are closer to the event.
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From Gail Smith
The 2018 General Business Meeting and Rally will be held October 10-14, 2018 in Aledo, Texas (just west of Ft. worth). It will be hosted by James and Gail Smith. We will stay at the Cowtown RV Park, 7000 Interstate 20 East (exit 418), Aledo. They are holding spots for us until September 15. You may reserve by calling 817-441-7878 and ask for Janie. She is aware of details for us especially for those with larger rigs. She has a special section for 40-45 foot rigs. Our rally rate is $31 per night and includes rally room. We will forward itinerary and activity details later, but there should be lots of fun things to do in this area!
The 2017 Business Meeting was held in Onalaska, Texas. There were 12 rigs in attendance, and a great time was had by all. The report may be found under the menu (left) Rallies and then Past Rallies. Or, just click here. A few pictures, many more in the report:
Some of the group on tour at the Texas Prison Museum
Officers for 2018, L to R: President Gail Smith, Wagon Master Deanne Phillips, VP Jerry Smith, Secretary Susan Kercher, not shown Treasurer Bud Odom
Susan Kercher at the business meeting
Paul Krugler’s display of things he has found with his metal detector.
Visiting the Texas Prison Museum
Jack Bruce with his ever present jalapeno