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 AACA HIGH PLAINS REGION

   

The High Plains Region of the AACA is located in Southeastern Wyoming. It has two chapters:

             The Oak Spokes chapter is located in Cheyenne.

             The High Wheelers chapter is located in Laramie.

For local information, contact Ron Kisicki, Oak Spokes in Cheyenne, 307/ 214-1330 or Ted Preston, Hi Wheelers in Laramie, 307/ 760-4796.

The Region puts out a monthly newsletter titled The Tire Kicker.  The publisher for The Tire Kicker is Carolyn Webber. Send your info and stories to…

Webber.Carolyn@gmail.com

Oak Spokes Officers for 2016

     President                              Ron Kisicki

     Vice President                     Ken McKay

     Recording Secretary              Anita Karl

     Corres. Secretary                Barb Hough

     Treasurer                         Barbara Harris

     Historian                           Mary Wilson

     Tire Kicker Editor        Carolyn Webber

    Board Member                   Dale Sargent

     Club Web Master               Rick Ammon

High Plains Region Officers for 2016

     President                                   Ron Kisicki

     Vice·President                           Scott Morton

    Secretary·Treasurer                 Barbara Harris

     Tire Kicker Editor                Carolyn Webber

     Board Member                              Bill Harris

Hi Wheelers Officers for 2016

  President                              Bob Routson

  Vice President                      Larry Wester

  Secretaries                       Sharon Wade &

                                                Kirk Lupton

  Treasurer                              Travis Wade

  Regional Tour Chairman     Travis Wade

The Antique Automobile Club of America, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, is the country's premier resource for the collectible vehicle community. Since its formation in 1935, the Club, through its national office, publications, and membership, aids individuals, museums, libraries, historians and collectors dedicated to the enjoyment and preservation, restoration, and maintenance of automobiles and automotive history.

The Oak Spokes is affiliated with the Antique Automobile Club of America.

The AACA has its headquarters in Hershey, Pennsylvania and has a membership of about 60,000 members world wide The AACA has a bi-monthly magazine that is named Antique Automobile which is a world class magazine with extensive color photos.

AACA hosts 10-12 national judging meets a year around the country for the awarding of trophies for excellence in restoration. AACA also host about 12 tours that are driving events some lasting five days in length.

AACA also has a research library that’s one of the finest in the world that can be used by anyone needing to research a vehicle. AACA also has a museum that is affiliated with the Smithsonian in Washington, DC.

The web site for the AACA is www.AACA.org .

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Certified Web Master:  Richard T. Ammon Rick@MarmonLover.com
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