AACA - CHESAPEAKE REGION

                    Recent Event Photographs

2018  Membership Picnic

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After a rain-soaked summer, we were due for a nice, sunny day like this for our annual Membership Picnic, held on Sunday, September 30th at Patapsco State Park.

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The food was again catered by Mission BBQ and, as usual, it was delicious.

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Once the food line was open, Chesapeake Region members lined up quickly to savor the selections of pulled pork, smoked turkey and sliced brisket.

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"I'll have some of that also."

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Salads and breads completed the meal.

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On the other end of the pavilion, an assortment of drinks was available for every taste.

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A nice breeze and moderate temperatures kept everyone quite comfortable.

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Members supplied a wide variety of delicious desserts.

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Member-donated items for the after-dinner auction lined the pavilion wall.

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Some members took advantage of the available cornhole game to test their skills.

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Others spent their time socializing.

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Catching up on the latest news.

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"What happened?" Barbara discusses her broken wrist.

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Members had a chance to relax after dinner and enjoy the donated desserts.

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Smile for the camera.

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Members were invited to bring their antique cars and they drew lots of attention on the nearby parking lot. Andrew and Young's 1963 Corvair.

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John's 1949 Chrysler Windsor.

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Mark and Mary's 1994 Corvette.

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Ron's 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air.

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Tom's 2003 Ford Thunderbird.

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Ron and Susan's 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle.

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Ken and Sally's 1947 Ford.

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Phil and Shelly's 1947 Chevrolet Fleetline "Woodie."

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John and Lynn's Ford Thunderbird.

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Master auctioneer Gary takes the microphone to begin the after-dinner auction.

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"What am I offered for this rare Beatles photo?"

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"Don't look away Phil, you know this would look perfect hanging over the mantle in your new house."

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"If an Apple Watch is beyond you price range, here's your opportunity to own a rare Apple Clock!" "What am I bid?

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"Next up for bid: two handmade wooden miniature houses."

As the auction bidding came to a close, everyone gathered up their belongings, said their "goodbyes" and headed off for home.

It was an enjoyable day for everyone, and there are many Club members to thank for making it the success that it was.