Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 1 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org January 2010 Club Events Coming Soon New XJ Sneak Peeks: January 7 3 Red Noland Jaguar Colorado Springs 5:30-8:00 pm January 8 3 Stevinson Imports 3 By Invitation and RSVP only. If you receive an invite, please try to attend and represent the club. January 12 3 Sill-TerHar Motors 3 5:30 3 7:30pm 3 Special location for RMJC General Meeting.
INDEX Page 2 The RMJC Page 3 President 9s Page Page 4 Welsh ad Coventry West ad Page 5 New Members Financials Page 6 Coming Events Page 7 Event Calendar Page 8 SNG, BC ads Page 9 Holiday Party Page 10 Party Pictures Page 11 Editor 9s Page Page 12 Monthly Minutes Page 13 XF Impressions Page 14 XK's, BC ads Page 15 OCC Report Page 16 Sil-Ter-Har ad Membership Application. Page 17 Classified ads Page 18 Stevinson ad Page 19 J C Taylor ad Page 20 Calendar Don Leach, Cyndi Mumm, and Emily Ward Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 2 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org Officers of the RMJC 2009 President: Cyndi Mumm, 303-805-1644 firstname.lastname@example.org Vice President: Deanie Kennedy 303-489-3944 email@example.com Secretary: Marty Cohen 303-792-5114 firstname.lastname@example.org Treasurer: Pete Day 303-438-5602 email@example.com Newsletter Editor: Ray Horrall ... more. less.
303-795-1580 firstname.lastname@example.org Webmaster: Rob van Westenberg 303-697-4260 webmaster@rockymountainjaguarclub .org Past President: Rob van Westenberg 303-697- 4260 pastpresident@rockymountainjaguarclub .org Chief Judge: Gary George 303-477-0189 email@example.com The Rocky Mountain Jaguar Club - RMJC P.O. Box 2923 Denver, CO 80201-2923 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org Cat Tales is published monthly and distributed to all members, JCNA affiliates and others.<br><br> Reproduction of articles is welcomed if proper credit is given. Submit materials to the editor by e-mail, mail or telephone. Text in WORD and photos in *.jpg prefer red..<br><br> Editor: Gordon Kenney, 16921 E. Fremont Ave. Foxfield, CO 80016-1603 303-766-7826 firstname.lastname@example.org Membership dues are $60.00 per year and includes Cat Tales, membership in JCNA, subscription to the national Jaguar Journal, eligibility to enter JCNA sanctioned concours d'Elegance and other national and regional events.<br><br> For new memberships there is a one-time $25 additional charge covering name tag, club patch, decal and membership cards. Use membership form in the newsletter or printed from the web site. Non-member subscriptions $24/ year; Canadian & foreign are $35/year.<br><br> The purpose of the club is to promote interest in the preservation, operation and ownership of Jaguar automobiles and to encour- age the safe, careful and skillful ownership of Jaguar automobiles. We act as a source of technical information, establish rul es and regulations governing all activities of the Club and promote good sportsmanship at all times. Membership is open to owners of Jag- uar automobiles and to others interested in furthering the enjoyment of the Jaguar automobile.<br><br> Monthly meetings are held at Piccolo 9s restaurant at 3563 S. Monaco Parkway on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. They start at 6:30 PM with drinks and dinner and the business meeting starts at 7:30 PM.<br><br> Piccolo 9s is 0.2 mile east of I-25 at Hampden and 1 block south on Monaco. Regular meetings are held every month except March, July and December when special meetings are ar- ranged. A Holiday party with introduction of new officers is scheduled in December.<br><br> Board meetings , open to all, are at a members house at 6:00 PM on the 1st Tuesday of every other month starting in February. Jaguar Club Southern Colorado (JCSC) Gary Kerkow, President 719-599-9637 email@example.com General Meeting on 3rd Tuesday of the month at the Jaguar/Land Rover dealership in Colorado Springs. JCSC events will be included in our event schedule.<br><br> Board Members at Large G ene Cookenboo 303-674-7154 Don Leach 303-781-8278 Frank Oakley 720-851-5708 Alex Rubin 303-316-0512 Al Vrooman Jr 303-758-9356 Concours Chairs 2010: Gene Cookenboo and Peter Allen Dust Off 2010: Jack Braly Membership: Deanie Kennedy 303-489-3944 Local Contact and Regalia: Steve Kennedy 303-489-3955 firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail to entire board: email@example.com Advertising in Cat Tales -see page 18 Membership Form - see page 16 Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 3 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org Happy New Year and Welcome 2010! Christmas is my absolute favorite season of the year. It 9s so hard to see all the bright decorations get put away; children go back to college, family back home.<br><br> A lot of work to put all that stuff away too! Good times! Let 9s move on& Please keep our member David Vigil and his family in your prayers as his wife Barbara passed away in early December from a lengthy illness.<br><br> Our support is with you David. Gordon Kenney went to see Bill McClure and pre- sented him with the RMJC wall clock we had cus- tom made and he was quite pleased. He 9s feeling much better and hopes to join us at a meeting in the near future.<br><br> Jaguar 9s new XJ introduction is ready to roll out this month. I encourage each of you to attend one or all of the events; the schedule is published inside. PLEASE MAKE NOTE that the January 12 th Gen- eral Meeting will be held at Sill-TerHarMotors in Broomfield .<br><br> This is an important event that we have been invited to attend and I look forward to seeing a great turnout from all. Let 9s hope for good weather so that we may have a good showing of Jag 9s! Plan on it!<br><br> We set out to increase membership and we did, by 20! I want to thank those of you who invited guests and encouraged new members too. We set out to have more membership participation at meetings and events and we did.<br><br> We set out to support the membership of JCSC and we did. Congratulations to all RMJC members! 2010 is not any different, let 9s just keep going.<br><br> The calendar is already brimming with events this year. Go through it and mark your personal sched- ules now for everything&that way you will remem- ber!! The board and membership is open to any new ideas for events or drives, so toss them our way; let 9s consider some new opportunities for fun!<br><br> Since the Allen 9s are co-hosting the June Concours in Central City this year, it 9s time to share the wealth and have our summer party at a different location. I 9m opening this up to the membership and would like to know if there are any volunteers that would host the summer party or July event. If you wish to consider being a host home or have an idea for a location, give me a shout.<br><br> I ask that you support our Newsletter Editor, Ray Horrall, with any newsworthy information that he may utilize and provide to the readership! Howard cEbe d and I look forward to meeting more of you and as always, hosting an event packed year with our beautiful Jaguars. Take the leap& Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 4 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 5 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org Year-to-date Income - Expense report of December 18, 2009 Contact Deanie if you have any questions about your membership 303-489-3944 Welcome to New members Keith Scott John Delohery INCOME Cat Tales $2,299.00 CP personal contributions $113.00 Events $13,806.41 Fund Raisers $746.18 Membership Dues $6,961.15 Misc $90.00 TOTAL INCOME $24,015.74 EXPENSE Cat Tales Expense $5,215.26 Charitable expense $1,741.00 Events Expense $15,218.86 Membership Exp.<br><br> $2,564.00 Misc Expense $944.75 Office Expense $1,343.66 Seminar $0.00 State Of Colorado Tax $10.00 Trailer Expense $89.59 VOID $0.00 Web Charges $128.49 TOTAL EXPENSE $27,255.61 *Incomplete data due to event income and receipts not final A member may request a full YTD financial statement from the treasurer via e-mail Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 6 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org Chad - close to the editor Mark your new 2010 calendars. The monthly meetings are the 2nd Tuesdays of the month and the board meetings are the 1st Tuesday, every other month, starting in February, 2010. The January 12 meeting willNOT BE at Piccolo 9s.<br><br> The meeting will be at Sill-Terhar Motors in Broomfield for the new XJ Rollout. The Rollout runs from 5:30pm - 8:00pm.11 RMJC has been invited by Jack Terhar to attend and they will provide drinks and snacks.11 We will have a meeting onsite and determine then if folks wish to go to dinner in the area.1 One of the club 9s goals this year is to strengthen relationships with the dealerships.1 It is important that you mark your calendar and plan to attend this important event.1PLEASE email Rob VanWestenberg firstname.lastname@example.org to attend as they would like to have an estimate of attendees.1 Thank you in advance for your cooperation and commitment. RMJC 2010 CONCOURS D 9 ELEGANCE WILL YOU BE THE LUCKY ONE TO WIN?<br><br> CENTRAL CITY, COLORADO JUNE 25-27, 2010 DETAILS COMING SOON!!! The Great Rumpus Cat - Assistant Editor You 9ve never seen anything scarier, ......................................................or...hairier! Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 7 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org Jaguar Club Southern Colorado (JCSC) News Meetings every third Tuesday at The Red Noland Jaguar Dealership.<br><br> Jul NO Piccolo's Meeting 10 RMJC Summer Annual Party Aug 03 Board Meeting at Rubin 9s TBD Scottish Highlands Games 10 General Meeting at Piccolo's 20-22 Gunnison Car Show TBD Front Range Air/Car Show Sep 14 General Meeting at Piccolo's Sat Ride-The-Rockies Sun British Car Conclave Oct 02 JCSC Pike 9s Peak Concours 05 Board Meeting at TBD 10-11 RMJC Fall Drive 13 General Meeting Nov 09 General Meeting at Piccolo's Please pass along JCSC 9s sincerest thanks to everyone at RMJC for supporting our annual Care and Share food drive.' The generosity of your members will go a long way to help those in need in the Colorado Springs region during this very difficult economic time.' It is an honor to be associated with such a fine group of people from the RMJC.' Please pass along our thanks and wish everyone a happy holiday. Thanks Again! Roy, Gary, Jack, Don, Larenda, Thom, Carolyn and the rest of the JCSC membership Jan NO Piccolo's Meeting 12 Special Meeting at Sill-TerHar Feb 02 Board Meeting at Volunteers 9 ?<br><br> 09 General Meeting at Piccolo 9s c2009 in Review d by Gordon Kenney Mar NO Piccolo's Meeting 12 Crab Leg Dinner at Mt. Vernon CC 26-28 AGM in Indianopolis Apr 06 Board Meeting at TBD 13 General Meeting at Piccolo's cLariat Loop Presentation d TBD 1st Judges School - Gary George 26-30 Western States Santa Maria, CA May 11 General Meeting at Piccolo 9s TBD 2nd Judges School - Gary George 23 Spring Dust-Off Jun 01 Board Meeting at Mumm 9s 08 General Meeting at Piccolo 9s 12,13 Cebral Palsy Car Show TBD Glenwood Springs MG Rallye Dec NO Piccolo's Meeting 07 Board Meeting at Kennedy 9s TBD Holiday Party Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 8 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 9 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org RMJC Holiday Party Amazing party! The reservations rolled in at 70 and we had nearly that show up for the event of the year.<br><br> All the pretty ladies and handsome gentlemen got off to a wonderful start with hors d 9oeuvres, cocktails and lively conversation. It was great to see recently joined new members Claudia & Frank Hummell, Keith Scott and Linda & Dwight Eisnach join us. In addition, we were honored to have JCSC members Dee & Gary Kerkow, Larenda & Dave Hershey, Budd Butcher and Elvie & Jack Humphrey from Colorado Springs.<br><br> New board member Frank Oakley rolled in and donned his Santa hat on his newly built foot; his wife Jean had her hands full! As dinner was winding down, Cyndi Mumm acknowledged contributions and presented thank you gifts to the active club members who made the events of 2009 remarkable and successful accomplishments. We certainly had a lot of fun last year!<br><br> The gift exchange was the highlight of the evening with all the stealing going on. There were many who tried to hide their gifts hoping no one would remember, but it didn 9t work. This crew is tough.<br><br> All in all, the evening was great fun made possible by all the wonderful folks of RMJC. Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 10 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 11 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org By way of introduction to the readership I would like to start with a little of my background. I am from Chi- cago, Denver, and South Carolina.<br><br> I am a Profession- al Engineer of the mechanical variety specializing in HVAC, mechanical power, and control systems. I have been employed to work for the Michelin Tire Corp., AT&T Denver Works, COBE Labs, IBM Boul- der, and Lockheed Martin. The 1st car I drove was a 1965 Chevy Impala SS convertible.<br><br> The first car I bought was a used Datsun SPL311. The 1st new car I bought was a 1976 Chevy Vega GT. I've owned and worked on a 1976 MGB, a 1985 Omni GLH, a 1989 LeBaron, and a 1989 Saab Turbo Convertible.<br><br> I got my first taste of Jaguars when my father gave me his 1990 XJS V12 Coupe for my 50th birthday. Leni, my wife, now drives a 2003 BRG X-type 3.0L daily. I currently drive and show a 1996 Turquoise XJS 4.0L convertible for fun.<br><br> This being Colorado, I drive a 1998 Jeep Cherokee 4x4 with Upcountry Package as a daily commuter. By the way the Jeep is an XJ model with 4.0L Inline-6! I'm thinking of placing an honorary leaper on the hood and I don't care if I lose some concours points.<br><br> I encourage all of you to read the club charter printed on the 2nd page to remind each of you what RMJC is and does. Simply put, RMJC is a non-profit organi- zation that promotes interest in Jaguar cars and fel- lowship amongst Jaguar owners. It is not a charity, although we do some charitable things.<br><br> It is not a gourmet gastronomical nor a vinophile society al- though we do eat some fine meals and drink some fine wines. It's still basically about the cars and their owners. And so is this Newsletter.<br><br> Each of you should know that the single largest ex- pense we have as a club is this Newsletter. It is your eyes and ears into the goings on of the club in gener- al, and also a voice and showplace for your concerns and interests. The Club Officers provide almost all of the articles published here, and do so selflessly on a regular basis.<br><br> If any of you have anything you would like to say or point out, please write to me at RMJC_CatTales@Comcast.net. I have placed an article about Leni's and my last trip to England and Wales in this issue because some of you may find it interesting. Please think about contrib- uting something you may have done for a future is- sue.<br><br> And think about participating in RMJC activities this year. There are BOD Meetings and Regular Club Meetings. There are Concours Events where you can shine and show your car.<br><br> There are Rallys where you can drive your car and see the country- side. And we will have Sanctioned Slalom Events where you can impress everyone with your driving skills as you maneuver around safety cones to beat the clock. And it is all in good fun with great people.<br><br> You will be seeing me at as many events as I can get to. Anything I photograph or ask about can be, and probably will be in the Newsletter. I work very hard to remember as much of what is said, by whom and to whom.<br><br> And I try my best to remember everyone 9s name and cars. Forgive me a little if I get some things wrong, and please correct me at your earliest oppor- tunity. Hope to cBe seeing you! d Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 12 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org December 1, 2009 at the Mumms 9 Cyndi Mumm called the meeting to order at 8:01 PM.<br><br> Also attending were Deanie Kennedy, Marty Cohen, Pete Day, Gordon Kenney, Rob van Westenberg, Gary George, Gene Cooken- boo, Ray Horrall, Don Leach, Alex Rubin, and Al Vrooman. We gave Gordon a round of ap- plause for the terrific job that he and Shirley have done on the Newsletter over the past 5 years. Many thanks to Cyndi and Howard for their hospitality.<br><br> Cyndi reported that we should make our target of 60 people to attend the Holiday Party. Alex mentioned that the Cherry Hills Country Club misses us this year and that they would host a party next year at $48 per person. Alex will fol- low up to clarify the time, dates available and time limit.<br><br> The following Board members offered to host a 2010 Board meeting. Alex will host August, the Cookenboo 9s will host February, the Mumm 9s will host June, the Kennedy 9s will host Decem- ber, and the Day 9s will host a month yet to be determined. The April, August, and October meeting places remain to be determined.<br><br> The possibility of a joint meeting with JCSC was dis- cussed. This might be in the form of a barbeque in Monument with August being a good month. Rob informed us of the dates and places for Rocky Mountain Vintage Racing for 2010.<br><br> They will be published in the Newsletter. Rob informed us that we must hold a sanc- tioned Slalom event before we are eligible for partial reimbursement by JCNA for the cost of timing equipment. He will purchase the timing equipment on behalf of the Club.<br><br> He also said that he could loan us some helmets that could be used for Slaloms. We also need cones, flags and a venue. Gene will look into the possibility of using a parking lot in Central City.<br><br> Marty will check into the possibility of using the Colorado Springs World Arena parking lot. This lot has been used for car events in the past. The Kennedy 9s may be able to locate some cones.<br><br> We need to support the area Jaguar dealers, particularly Sill-TerHar, but also Stevinson. We should make every effort to hold events at the dealerships. We decided to again hold the Crab Leg President 9s Dinner at the Mount Vernon Coun- try Club, possibly on March 12.<br><br> Attendance has been dropping from year to year. Perhaps, starting a little later in the evening would boost attendance. A decision was made to make the Allen 9s 9 Annual Party in July a Club event and provide a $300 subsidy.<br><br> Gene is willing to host the barbeque for the coming year in the event that the Allen 9s 9 wish to take a sabbatical. Deanie reported that we have gained 2 new members while Pete informed us that our in- come to date is $21,438 while expenses total $22,947. He said that PayPal is a valuable ad- dition to the Club.<br><br> About 10% of the members 9 payments are being made via PayPal. Gene updated us on progress for the Concours. The Saturday night banquet will be a buffet in a semi-private room at Fortune Valley.<br><br> The awards brunch will be at Ameristar in Black Hawk. Bill McClure is now receiving visitors. We are giving him a clock with a picture of his XK150 taken in front of the Cherokee Castle during the Club 9s last event there.<br><br> We adjourned at 9:51 PM. Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 13 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org XF Driving Impression by Ray Horrall Last Spring Leni and I traveled to England and Wales for a little under three weeks. We used magic miles and started our journey over the pond via Vir- gin Atlantic Upper Class in lay-flat seating.<br><br> We ar- ranaged to stay the first week in an apartment owned and rented out by a professional couple near the Victoria and Albert Museum. It turned out to also be located about one-and-a-half blocks from Avis Prestige where we would pick up our rental car for the next week. Originally we intended to rent an X-type; however as there were three of us with lug- gage, we changed to an XF.<br><br> Bright and early we picked up a 2009 Silver XF Sovereign 3.0L Turbo-Diesel, loaded our luggage and it was off to Cambridge. Other than driving from the right seat, the most remarkable thing was the Navigation System. Having traveled in Eu- rope and England before, I must admit that the Navi- gation System took all the stress out of finding your way from place to place, and lets you enjoy the driv- ing experience much more than without one.<br><br> It will probably be very high on my rental list in the future. From Cambridge, which was love- ly by the way, we traveled to Chatsworth Manor and stayed out- side Birmingham so that we could spend the next morning at the Jaguar-Daimler Heritage Trust. It is sad to see that Brown 9s Lane has been returned to green field, but the museum is still there and full of wonderful cars.<br><br> I had misco- pied the VIN from my XJS; howev- er the good people at JDHT were able to deduce the VIN from a Record Book put to- gether specifically for all XJS's that lists date of man- ufacture, colors and destination. Mine was the only turquoise model built in September 1995 destined for the USA. So I ordered the Certificate for my XJS and after stocking up on gifts for the RMJC Xmas Party, we were off again, this time to Portmeirion, Wales.<br><br> Wales is beautiful and the roads are narrower and more of a challenge. The XF never steered us wrong, and when I did make a mistake, the Naviga- tion System always was able to get us back on course. We arrived at Castle Deudraeth, Portmeirion in Jaguar Style.<br><br> For those of you that remember the 1960's, The Village from the TV program The Pris- oner starring Patrick Ma- goohan was filmed on location at Portmeirion. It is still much the same now as it was then. During our stay in Wales, other than eat great food and drink great wine, we also took a sce- nic drive up to Conwy Castle.<br><br> The drive was lovely, relaxing and uneventful. The car han- dled, well, like a Jaguar, which is to say crisply, comfortably, and responsively. Eventually we had to leave Wales and made our way back to Lon- don by way of Castle Powys.<br><br> The roads were smooth cruising until we encountered an ac- cident that completely closed the Motorway. The XF Navigation System diverted us off the Motor- way in real time, around the closure through some very complicated turns, roundabouts and city traffic until getting safely back on the Motorway and to our destination hotel at Heathrow. Our last morning we turned in our XF at the Rental Car Center at Heathrow and bid a fond farewell.<br><br> Since then we have had the pleasure of using three different XF loaners from the local dealership while warranty work was being done on Leni 9s X-type. They have all been wonderful cars, but not quite as lovely as our XF Sovereign Rental in GB. Or maybe it 9s just the island atmosphere.<br><br> Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 14 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 15 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org ( OCC Meeting --- Forney Museum --- Dec. 2, 2009 Pres. Joe Baker called meeting to order, a decent crowd of about 25 on this frigid night.<br><br> Treas. Tom Kay mentioned $1322 expenditures for November, mostly 2010 rental at Forney, leaving $2006 in op- erating account. The Swap Meet account has $14,520 balance, with $18,735 OCC net worth end of Nov.<br><br> He expects a year-end $16K net worth, and will have final figures and a new budget for the Jan. meeting. Minutes of the Nov.<br><br> meeting by Acting Secretary Richard Fritz were distributed and ap- proved. Lobbyist Leo Boyles expects the legislature to be in session about Jan 10-11. Colorado state finances are in cterrible d shape, with an example given that a portion of 104th avenue was closed, due to an un- safe bridge, one of some 120 statewide.<br><br> Leo ex- pects to bring Marin Rubino, a state official / spokesperson to the January meeting, emphasizing that she can only implement policy and budgets de- cided by the legislature, not determine policy. Leo intends to main-tain working relationships with legis- lators and others. One member requested figures for fuel tax and license revenue to compare with expenditures, and Leo will try to present these fig- ures soon.<br><br> Chris Wolf mentioned that if collector plates are not renewed in time, they must be turned in. He also cited examples of citizen hostility to $100 late fees, requiring security guards at some state offices. These offices provide handouts listing legislators to contact to express displeasure, and Chris gave 303- 866-2885 as the Citizen 9s Advocate number to voice complaints Guests Joe Valente and Bob Simmons from the Na- tional Street Rod Association presented information on their group 9s activities, noting that vehicles up to 1980 are accepted.<br><br> Bob Simmons emphasized the safety requirements and inspections, and distribut- ed their Vehicle Safety Inspection form, which cov- ers essentials of clearance, brakes, steering, electrical, fuel systems etc, which is widely recog- nized and accepted. Dick Adams mentioned avail- ability of cWatch Your Car d stickers for windows and plates, which guide police to pull over your car any- time after 1:00 am as an anti-theft measure. Greg Akiyama, who will publish cColorado Collector Car News d, electronic only, gave a presentation on his plan and the nature of his newsletter.<br><br> This will include information published by the OCC concern- ing our hobby, a lead article each month highlight- ing one member club, cClub Member of the Month d and cCar of the Month d features, events and shows, ads and more. He distributed flyers describing his plan, which I 9ll bring to Piccolo 9s in Jan. [ I apolo- gize for erroneously adding an cN d to the front of his name in past months notes.<br><br> ] This newsletter is FREE to OCC member club mem- bers, by opting-in and providing an email address to email@example.com , with cNewsletter d in the subject line. E-mail and phone numbers will not be shared with anyone. First edition will be early first quarter 2010.<br><br> Greg and Joe Baker clarified that e- copies of club newsletters should be sent to both Greg and the OCC Secretary, since OCC minutes and newsletters will be separated. Joe emphasized that the newsletter will not be a venue for cobnoxious rants d [crowd laughs] !! On that cheerful note, following brief discussions, meeting was ad- journed.<br><br> Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 16 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org RMJC Membership Form _____________________________________ Name (as you want it on your name tag) ____________________________________________ Spouse 9s Name (as you want it on the name tag) ___________________________________________ Street Address ____________________________________________ City / Town / Zip Code _____________________ ____________________ Work Phone ___________________________________________ e-mail address Questions about name tags, Jaguar patches, decals, membership cards, invitation cards, By-Laws, Jaguar Journal, etc., call Deanie at 303-456-5018 The RMJC is a Gold Level Sponsor of the Cerebral Palsy Charity. Member contribution checks should be payable to cCP of Colorado d and mailed to the club ad- dress or along with this form. Use separate checks for CP and for registration.<br><br> Annual fees Current Membership Renewal fee $60 OR New Membership Fee* $85 Optional Business Card Ad in Newsletter $25 Optional Business Card Ad on the web site $25 BOTH newsletter and web site $45 Amount enclosed = $______ Make Check Payable to cRocky Mountain Jaguar Club d 1st Jaguar ________ __________ __________ Model Body Style 2nd Jaguar _________ _________ __________ Model Body Style 3rd Jaguar _________ ___________ _________ Year Model Body Style _____________________________ ___________ Signature Date ____________________________ ___________ Signature Date Memberships expire December 31 of each year. New members joining after September 1st pay one years fee and are members throughout the following year. *New Membership Fee includes membership card(s), RMJC decal, name tag(s), subscription to Cat Tales and Jaguar Journal .<br><br> There is a 2-3 month delay before the first Jaguar Journal arrives. Mail this form (or copy) to: Deanie Kennedy, Membership 5196 Youngfield Court Arvada, CO 80002-1827 Jack TerHar Jr. Penny S.A.<br><br> Terhar General Manager Sales Manager 125 Alter Street P.O. Box 344 Broomfield, CO 80038 Telephone: 303-469-1801, ext. 6520 Fax: 303-466-0704 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Sill-TerHar Premier Group For all your Ford Motor Company Products Aston Martin, Ford, Jaguar, Lincoln Mercury, Mazda, Volvo 303-469-1801 Broomfield, Colorado Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 17 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org Ads from members are run for six months then discontinued unless arrangements are made with the editor .<br><br> Ads from non-members are run only once without payment. RMJC Calendar for 2010 Is Now Available The club calendar features 12 pages of color photographs taken at various events in 2009. This photo is of the cover which has a small print of each page.<br><br> These calendars can be purchased ($12-14) at your local Office Max store. Have your store contact the 6492 Parker Rd Office Max at 720-870-1500 and ask for the calendar digital file to be transferred; the file is relatively large so it may take several min- utes for the file to transfer. The file name is cJaguar Club 2010 Calendar d.<br><br> Contact Gor- don Kenney if you experience difficulty. New Jaguar Book c Autocar Collection: Jaguar since 1996 d was announced as becoming available in late 2009. An 8 d x 11 d, 176 page book with 200 color photographs.<br><br> It 9s good to see coverage of modern Jaguars instead of another book on the XK 9s and E-Types. Cost is $35 directly from email@example.com or call 1-800-458-0454 Gordon Kenney presents A clock to Bill McClure. Enlargement on right.<br><br> At the November meeting we showed a RMJC Logo wall clock that was for sale to members for $15.00 each. The first group of 10 have been sold but if you would like to see them available again let your President know. There is also available a ccustom clock d with the face being a photo you submit.<br><br> These are available directly from Frank (about $35) at firstname.lastname@example.org d Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 18 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org Advertising Rates for The Rocky Mountain Jaguar Club Classified Advertising : Members may place Cat Tales ads for their personal use free of charge. Non-members are charged $5/issue for up to 10 lines of text plus $5 additional for a photo. Advertising in both Cat Tales and Web site is $20/month including a photo.<br><br> We reserve the right to refuse any advertising for any reason. RMJC Member Business Card Advertising (per year): A members 9 business card ad in newsletter is $25 plus $20 for web site display. Non-member and Commercial display ads.<br><br> (per year) The rates below are for ads in either the newsletter or on the RMJC web page Ads copy should be in cjpg d format but paper copy may be submitted for scanning. Newsletter or Web ads in both Business Card size = $72 $108 1/6 page = $ 96 $144 1/4 page = $144 $216 1/3 page = $180 $270 1/2 page = $270 $405 2009 Advertising Rates for The Rocky Mountain Jaguar Club Classified Advertising: Members may place Cat Tales ads for their personal use Non-members are charged $5/issue for up to 10 lines of text plus $5 additional for a photo. Advertising in both Cat Tales and Web site is $20/month including a photo.<br><br> We reserve the right to refuse any advertising for any reason. A members 9 business card ad in newsletter is $25 plus $20 for web site display. Non-member and Commercial display ads.<br><br> (per year) Rates are listed below for ads in either the newsletter or web or in both versions of the clubs media. Ads should be in jpg format but good paper copy can be submitted for scanning. Web ads are in color.<br><br> Business Card size = $72 $108 1/6 page = $ 96 $144 1/4 page = $144 $216 1/3 page = $180 $270 1/2 page = $270 $405 2/3 page = $348 $522 3/4 page = $396 $594 . Ads run from Jan. 1st to December 31st but can be prorated; advertising must be paid in full at time of placement.<br><br> Contact Pete Day Treasurer at Treasurer@RockyMountainJaguarClub.org Send Payment to RMJC, 16921 E. Fremont Ave, Foxfield, CO 80016 Steve Burt Sales Hours: General Manager: Deck Hughes Monday - Friday 8:30am - 8pm New Car Manager: Steve Burt Satisfaction Comes Standard Saturday 8:30am - 7pm Used Car Manager: Joe Brenner 5500 S. Broadway Club Liaison: Bill Peterman Littleton, CO 80121 Parts and Service Hours: 303-794-3550 Monday - Friday 7am - 6pm Parts Manager: Tony Esposita stevinsonauto.com Newsletter or Web Both Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 19 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org Volume 43 Issue 1 January Page 20 www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org Rocky Mountain Jaguar Club P.O.<br><br> Box 2923 Denver, CO 80201-2923 x To: Sat &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&. www.rockymountainjaguarclub.org Budget January 2010