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Published by SCM, 2019-12-13 20:17:33

December 2019 Bucket Sheets

December 2019 Bucket Sheets

FIRST CLASS MAIL

P.O. Box 270584 BUCKET SHEETS
Vadnais Heights, MN 55127 NEWSLETTER



BUCKET SHEETS

Edition 50 Issue 03 December 2019

from 1970 to 2019

The purpose of the club shall be the maintenance of the highest standards of courtesy
and safety on the road; the enjoyment and sharing of the goodwill and fellowship
engendered by owning a Chevrolet Corvette, engaging in social activities and
competitive events and encouraging favorable interest in the club and the Corvette;
the maintenance of the highest standards of operation and performance of the
Marque by sharing and exchanging technical and mechanical information; the
establishment and maintenance of mutually beneficial relations with manufacturers,
dealers and service courses to the end that the Marque will prosper and enjoy
continuity and prominence; to have, exercise, and enjoy all the powers and purposes
which may be exercised by a non-profit organization.

Suburban Corvettes of Minnesota, Inc. will be meeting at 7:30 p.m. on the third
Tuesday of every month until further notice at:

JIMMY’S FOOD & DRINK
1132 East County Road E
Vadnais Heights, MN 55110
(651) 482-1100

Interested owners of Corvettes are welcome to attend meetings or club
functions. Family membership, $85; Single, $65; Associate, $20; Lifetime, $55.
All include NCCC membership. Additional information can be found on our web
page:

www.suburbancorvettesofminnesota.com

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Report from our President

This is the first opportunity I have to say some-
thing as your new President, my first thought
when elected was “What have I gotten myself
into!” All kinds of wild thoughts were rolling
through my head - fear, joy, apprehension, will
I screw up, you name it. If you believe in signs,
November 19th was an important date for my family, so it must have been a
sign. I thought about all the things my friends and family have taught me over
the years and want to bring them into the mix, most are just common sense. A
team can accomplish more than an individual can. A team has more ideas and
resources than an individual will. I’m just one member of a team here, it’s our
club and what we accomplish we do together. Groups band together and accom-
plish great things. This is what we need to continue to do as a club. I believe
as a club by sharing our talents, resources and ideas we can accomplish more
than we can as individuals. I want us to be open to all opportunities on how to
improve our club, this is my goal for this year.

I hope everyone had a chance to get down to Saxe to see the C8 Corvette last
month. I can sum up my feelings in one word: “WOW”! I was very impressed
by the styling, fit and finish of the car. I’m sure there will be a lot of them sold
once they are released to production and anxiously wait to see what the new
owners feel about them once they are in the consumer hands.

Now that winter is “officially” here, the car is off the street for a few months but
not dormant. Winter is the time I try to get some of those repairs and fixes done
that I want to get taken care of but haven’t yet. A window switch fixed here; an
IAC valve replaced there: it all adds up. I try to get some of those things taken
care of that didn’t stop me from driving during the summer months but needed
to be attended to. I already have a couple of them taken care of but there’s still
more on my list to do. Even though I can’t take the car out, as each item is taken
care of, I remember that it’s another day closer to Spring and taking the car out
on some of our cruises. Biggest problems I have are I don’t have a lift, and boy
is it cold in an unheated garage.

I hope everyone had a Happy Thanksgiving and didn’t eat too much. I’d also
like to wish everyone an early Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Here’s
wishing everyone all the best this coming year.

Paul Hauschildt

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Hamburger, Fries and Catch-up

Saturday, January 4th 5:00 P.M.

Red Lobster

12515 Elm Creek Blvd
Maple Grove, MN
Hosted by

Paul & Peg Hauschildt
Phone 952-588-8046
[email protected]

Saturday, February 1st 5:00 P.M.

Lakes Tavern & Grill

9240 Hudson Rd
Woodbury, MN

Hosted by
Bonnie & Dave Schmuck

Phone 612-709-9269
[email protected]

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SCM Annual Banquet
Jimmy’s Conference Center

Saturday, November 23rd

Page 4

Member of the Year Page 5
Award

Diane & Dave
Benner

Photos - Roger Dahlquist

Rookie of the Year
Award

Ron Reidell

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Board Award
Dave Anderson

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Hamburger, Fries, & Catchup

Oakdale. MN
The December HFC was hosted by Roger & Sandi Scott
with 37 members and guests attending

Page 8

Photos - Ron Weeks

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Countdown to the 50th

Members with more than 20 years

First Name Last Name City State Date Joined

Steve Redlund Little Canada MN 6/20/72
Russ Mittelstaedt 1/16/73
Dave Vadnais Annandale MN 4/20/76
Gloria Weeks 6/20/78
Ron Weeks Vadnais Heights MN 6/20/78
Jim Davis 8/19/80
Joan Wigginton Minnetonka MN 5/19/81
Terry Wigginton 5/19/81
Sandy Norgaard Minnetonka MN 10/20/81
Sue Pfuhl 11/16/82
Wayne Pfuhl St. Paul MN 11/16/82
Evon Miller 3/15/83
Michael Miller Plymouth MN 12/20/83
Esther Graney 9/17/85
Pat Mittelstaedt Plymouth MN 1/20/87
Bill Carlson 3/17/87
Chris Johnson Inver Grove MN 5/16/89
Jan Hanna 7/17/90
Shawn Hanna Jensen Beach FL 7/17/90
Carol Pantsari 3/16/99
Larry Pantsari Jensen Beach FL 3/16/99

Walker MN

Walker MN

Minneapolis MN

Annandale MN

Maple Plain MN

Woodbury MN

Brooklyn Park MN

Brooklyn Park MN

North Oaks MN

North Oaks MN

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Countdown to the 50th

President’s Report – July 1981 (excerpts)

June features the two most successful activities ever hosted by
Suburban Corvettes. The first weekend of June SCCM displayed
27 Corvette from 1953 – 1981 we missed 1955 and 1980) at the
Southdale Shopping Center.* Crowd reaction to our profession-
al display was excellent; it featured our split rail, club banner,
and beautiful assortment of Stock Corvettes. The event was well
covered by the media, future club events were promoted, the club
treasury was enhanced and many members had an opportunity to
publically display their Corvettes.

The 3rd weekend in June, Suburban Corvettes hosted
“Schmidt-Corvette Weekend” at BIR. Despite rainy weather, it
was a super weekend. Out of state attendance rivaled local entries
with participants coming from Montana, North & South Dakota,
Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Tennessee, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
In our first attempt at running this professional top notch racing
facility, all facets of the weekend operations ran smoothly. Small
problems were generally transparent to the participants and were
handled efficiently by the very supportive membership of SCCM.
Special thanks to …. ; the chiefs “of specialties”, Dave Vadnais –
Security, Steve Redlund – Staging.

July brings us the National Council of Corvette Clubs Convention
in Milwaukee. Over 2 dozen SCCM Corvettes will participate
in the week long festivities. Club participants are preparing their
Corvettes in anticipation of “Wisconsin Gold”.

*Southdale Center invited SCCM to put on the car show for their
25th Anniversary celebration.

Greg Granum

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Countdown to the 50th

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C8 Reveal Party Matt Saxe Chevrolet

A special event was held for Suburban members and
Matt Saxe Corvette customers the evening of Thrusday,
November 21st.

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It was nice to finally see the car for real and the food
provided was great.

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Events Calendar

December 2019
7 - HFC 5pm, Hosted by Roger and Sandi Scott Location: Wild Boar 960
Helena Ave. Oakdale, MN
17 - General Membership Meeting – Jimmy’s 7:30pm
January 2020
4 – HFC 5pm Hosted by Paul and Peg Hauschildt - Location: Red Lobster,
12515 Elm Creek Blvd, Maple Grove, MN. Details on Page 3
7 – Board Meeting – Jimmy’s 7:00pm
21 – General Membership Meeting - Jimmy’s 7:30pm
February 2020
1 – HFC 5pm Hosted by Bonnie and Dave Schmuck – Location: Lakes
Tavern & Grill, 9240 Hudson Rd, Woodbury, MN. Details on Page 3
4 – Board Meeting - Jimmy’s 7:00 pm
18 – General Membership Meeting - Jimmy’s 7:30 pm

Non-Club Sponsored Events

January 2020
4 – 6:00 pm - Met Council Annual Party - Old Chicago Pizza, Apple Valley,
MN Contact - Scott Hegstrand

The Minnesota Car Club Association handbook is available on the
www.autoswalk.com website. Met Council Website is met-council.org

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RONALD G. MARKS

Attorney at Law

Estate Planning: Gift Planning &
Wills & Trusts Gift Tax
Powers of Attorney Personal Injury
Estate Tax Business Law

25% fee discount to Corvette Club Members

(763) 458-7752 [email protected]

Northstar Detail Supply, LLC

Randy Atwood NorthstarDetailSupply.com

[email protected]

12111 278th Avenue
Zimmerman, MN 55398
612-889-8837


When visiting our sponsor Matt Saxe Chevrolet Buick


present your 2019 NCCC identification card

for eligible parts and service discounts

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Board Meeting Minutes

December 3, 2019

The December SCM Board Meeting was called to order at 7:02 pm by President
Paul Hauschildt

Opening Remarks from President: Going forward an agenda will be sent out
prior to the Board meeting.

Board Members Present: Paul Hauschildt, Roger Dahlquist, Gloria Weeks,
Barb Stattman, Jim Bodin, Dave Olson, Marie George, Ron Weeks, Steve
Heasley, Sue Griffin, Sandi Scott, Marty Buck, Dave Scherf, Steven Mael, Lynn
Steenblock, Butch George.

Board Members Not Present: Dave Benner

Guests Present: Ron Reidell

Secretary’s Report: Gloria Weeks reported,
The November Board Meeting minutes were presented. A motion to approve the
minutes as published was made by Marty Buck with a second by Sue Griffin;
motion passed.

Treasurer’s Report: Barb Stattman reported,
● Withdrawals were attributed to Banquet expenses, NCCC Dues
● Deposits were attributed to Membership Dues

Treasurer’s reports are available for review.

Membership Report: Marie George reported,
● SCM members = 187, Lifetime members = 83, and NCCC members =
NA (still working on NCCC #’s)
● Discussion revolving around 49 membership drop
● A new membership roster will be available before the next Board
meeting

Public Relations: Dave Olson reported,
● Advertisers are current. Dave advised that we have lost three advertis-
ers throughout the year.
● Discussion around club clothing. Need to get closure with Wild
Threads before utilizing another vendor.

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Editor’s Report: Ron Weeks reported,
● Ron reported that he has been using Minuteman Press to have Bucket
Sheets printed for the last six months. It is working out well so he will
cancel the FedEx corporate account.
● Ron requested feedback on the color centerfold in the November Buck-
et Sheets and received positive comments.
● Ron will send a PDF file of the November Bucket Sheets to the Board
for their review in an attempt to determine if Electronic Bucket Sheets
is necessary. Right now he is formatting two newsletters to accomplish
the Electronic Bucket Sheets.

IT Report: Steve Heasley reported,
● Status of website – Website is up to date and the pictures for the ban-
quet and HFC still need to be loaded.
● His goal is to have the Fall Color Run and Membership dues registra-
tion on Website for 2020 use.

Governor’s Report: Jim Bodin reported,
● Insurance certificates are current.
● Special Interest rear license plate update – The MN United Car Council
has ongoing December meetings with the Minnesota Police Associa-
tion and Minnesota Sheriff Association. They have received a positive
response from the MN Police & Peace Officers Association and will
start narrowing the special interest categories that will be included in
the legislation.

Vice President’s Report: Roger Dahlquist reported,
● Roger reviewed past club sponsored events; Annual Banquet was suc-
cessful.
● Roger reviewed future club sponsored events;
● HFC Dec 7 at the Wild Boar in Oakdale. Sandi Scott reported 38 have
signed up.
● HFC Jan 4 - Chairperson Paul Hauschildt reported. Will be held at the
Red Lobster in Maple Grove.

See the Vice President’s calendar for a full list of both club sponsored and non-
club sponsored events in the Bucket Sheets or visit the website.

Old Business:
● Online Registration/Payment – Commences 12-01-2019 for 2020.
● Club 50th anniversary committee – Ron Reidell as committee chair report-

ed. He has a committee of 16 SCM members. Any other members can
bring ideas to Ron.

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● Membership dues – bylaws amendment. Ron Weeks reported that the
bylaws will be updated in July 2020 reflecting the new dues structure to be
effective in September 2020.

● Club name badge reorder - Dave Olson will reorder in January.

New Business:
● Steve Heasley reported he has purchased a new computer for IT use. He

spent under $500.
● Member at Large Board positions – a total of five openings. Sue Griffin

made a motion to accept Marty Buck, Dave Scherf, Steven Mael, Lynn
Steenblock and Butch George to fill the open positions. A second was made
by Dave Olson. Motion approved.
● Steve Heasley reported he has received a $102 refund for the Website
hosting software and he needs to purchase the new upgrade software for
approximately $99. He needs to buy a corporate subscription drop box to
store old data offline. Steve Mael made a motion to authorize up to $150 to
be spent for upgrade software and a drop box subscription with a second by
Barb Stattman. Motion approved.
● Transitional tasks for new officers include Member Planet access, bank
signature change, change of e-mail for new officers will be completed in
Bucket Sheets and Website.
● Secretary position is still open. Paul Hauschildt will address again at the
December membership meeting.
● Paul Hauschildt reported that we still need a Chairperson for Plastic Fantas-
tic
● Dave Olson suggested that SCM send a Poinsettia plant to Matt Saxe Chev-
rolet thanking them for hosting the C8 reveal. The motion was made by
Dave Olson to send the plant staying within the $249 Board approval limit.
Ron Weeks seconded the motion. Motion passed. Barb Stattman will have
the plant sent. Dave Olson also reported that Dave Benner has sent a thank
you letter to Matt Saxe Chevrolet.

A motion to adjourn was made by Dave Olson with a second by Dave Scherf.
The meeting was adjourned at 8:44pm.

Respectfully submitted by
Gloria Weeks, Acting Secretary

NOTE: Membership Meeting Minutes start on Page 22

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Membership Meeting Minutes

Date: November 19, 2019

The November Membership Meeting of Suburban Corvettes of Minnesota was
called to order with 76 members present at 7:00pm by President Dave Benner.
This is SCM’s annual business meeting.

Opening Remarks from President: Dave Benner thanked his current Board
members for their hard work. He reviewed the clubs accomplishments during
his term: Member Planet, VIP calendar, agenda going out to all members prior
to meeting, Website, Electronic Bucket Sheets, online registration and new
sponsor.

Secretary’s Report: Gloria Weeks reported
General Meeting minutes from October were presented. A motion was made to
approve the minutes as published in the November Bucket Sheets by Bonnie
Schmuck with a second by Steven Mael; motion passed.

Treasurer’s Report: Barb Stattman reported
● Expenses were attributed to the Banquet, postage and mailing, club
software and the Fall Color Run.
● Deposits were attributed to Driver’s School and the Fall Color Run.

Treasurer’s reports are available for review.

Membership Report: Sandi Scott reported
SCM Members: 231, Lifetime Members: 97, and NCCC Members: 201

First Timers: None
Second Timers: None
Third Timers: None

Public Relations: Dave Olson reported
● Advertisers are current and he has sent renewal notices. We lost three
advertisers this year.
● Dave commented that Wild Threads wants to go to an online store.
He suggested inviting her for one meeting as she has leftover SCM
merchandise.
● Dave talked about holding a follow up meeting with Matt Saxe Chev-
rolet to review their first year as Suburban’s club sponsor to take place
in January or February.

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Editor’s Report: Ron Weeks reported
● Deadline for articles next month is Friday, December 6th.

IT Report: Steve Heasley reported
● The Website is up to date except for the electronic Bucket Sheets. He
advised it will be on the website in the next couple of days.
● The Fall Color Run pictures are on the website.

Governor’s Report: Jim Bodin reported
● Insurance certificates are up to date.
● Special Interest rear license plate update – There are ongoing meetings
with representatives and they are looking at some changes to the legis-
lation to appease the State Patrol.

Vice President’s Report: Sue Griffin reported
Club Sponsored Events:
Past Events:

● Nov 2 – HFC hosted by Shawn and Jan Hanna at the Good Day Café
and Bad Day Bar. 40 people in attendance.

Upcoming Events:
● Nov 23 – SCM Annual Awards Banquet – Sandi Scott reported. Regis-
tration is closed for the event.
● Dec 7 – HFC hosted by Roger and Sandi Scott at the Wild Boar in
Oakdale.

Please see the Vice President’s calendar in the Bucket Sheets or visit the website
for a full list of both Club sponsored and non-Club sponsored events.

Old Business:
● SCM 50th Anniversary Committee – Dave Benner reported that we are
still in need of a chairperson and planning committee.

New Business:
● A motion to spend $300 for the renewal of the Bucket Sheets publish-
ing software was made by Greg Stattman with a second by Bonnie
Schmuck. Motion passed.
● A motion to spend up to $900 for 100 SCM name badges was made by
Sandi Scott with a second by Russ Mittelstaedt. Motion passed.
● A motion to spend up to $600 for a laptop computer for the IT position
was made by Steven Mael with a second by Dave Juhl. Motion passed.

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● Nominations Committee Update – All SCM members picked up and
signed for their ballots for elections and the vote on the membership
dues increase motion. Lynn Steenblock opened nominations for the
Board officer positions.
President – Lynn Steenblock was nominated and he declined. Paul
Hauschildt was nominated and he accepted. Dave Juhl was nomi-
nated and he declined.
Vice President – No nominations were presented from the mem-
bership.
Membership – Marie George
Treasurer – Barb Stattman
Governor – Jim Bodin
Public Relations – Dave Olson
Secretary – No nominations were presented from the membership.
Editor – Ron Weeks
Information Technology (IT) – Steve Heasley
Ballots were submitted and counted. The office positions for Vice
President and Secretary had write in ballots and were also counted.
The nominations committee canvased the write in candidates for accep-
tance. There was a run off ballot taken for the Vice President position
between Roger Dahlquist and Terry Wigginton. Roger Dahlquist was
elected. There were no write in ballots that were accepted for the Sec-
retary position which remains open.

● The New 2020 Board is as follows:
President – Paul Hauschildt
Vice President – Roger Dahlquist
Membership – Marie George
Treasurer – Barb Stattman
Governor – Jim Bodin
Public Relations – Dave Olson
Secretary – Open
Editor – Ron Weeks
Information Technology (IT) - Steve Heasley

● Cake and coffee was served during the counting of the election ballots.
● Annual Financial Presentation – Dave Benner reported.
● A motion to round up the Spina Bifida annual donation to $6500 was

made by Dave Juhl with a second by Ron weeks. Motion passed.
● Bylaws amendment to increase membership dues was discussed and

voted on using a paper ballot. There were 26 no votes and 50 yes votes.
The membership dues will be increased effective September 2020.
● Birthdays – Members with November birthdays were recognized.

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Door Prizes: (not eligible if won in the last 3 months)
● Gift card to the Crooked Pint – Sandy Norgaard.

A motion was made by Diane Benner to adjourn with a second by Evon Miller.
Motion passed and the meeting was adjourned at 8:52pm.
Respectfully submitted by
Gloria Weeks – Secretary

NOTES

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Wheelin’ and Dealin’

FOR SALE - CARS:
FOR SALE - PARTS:

All SCCM members are welcome to submit ads to the editor for Corvettes or Cor-
vette related parts that they want to see or acquire. These ads are run for 2 months
after which they will automatically be dropped. If the items are sold, please notify
the editor so that the ad can be cancelled. You may also renew the ad if the items
aren’t sold after 2 months. There is no charge to members for this service.

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Behind the Scenes

President: Paul Hauschildt OFFICERS
952-588-8046 [email protected]
Vice President: Roger Dahlquist 612-730-7020 [email protected]
Membership: Marie George 763-786-0356 [email protected]
Treasurer: Barb Stattman 952-435-6657 [email protected]
Governor: Jim Bodin 612-940-5275 [email protected]
Public Relations: Dave Olson 612-245-4320 [email protected]
Secretary: OPEN POSITION 952-000-0000 [email protected]
Editor: Ron Weeks 952-546-0434 [email protected]
Information Technology: Steve Heasley 651-308-0676 webmaster
@suburbancorvettesofminnesota.com

ADDITIONAL COMMITTEES
BOARD
GMCCA Liaison: Eric Kehle
MEMBERS

Dave Benner
Sue Griffin Spina Bifida: Bruce & Char Johnson
Sandi Scott
Gloria Weeks
Steven Mael
Dave Scherf Met Council Rep: Scott Hegstrand
Marty Buck

Lynn Steenblock
Butch George Hospitality Gloria Weeks - [email protected]



National Corvette Museum Ambassador

Greg Stattman - [email protected]

Bucket Sheets is published monthly by Suburban Corvettes of Minnesota. The publication
is free to Suburban Corvette club members. Nonmember subscription rate is $35 per year.
Please mail dues or subscription request to: Marie George, 9103 Van Buren ST NE, Blaine,
MN 55434. All submissions are subject to editing as needed and must be received by the
Friday following the1st Tuesday of the month for publication in the next issue. Submissions,
comments, advertisements, articles, & pics can be e-mailed to [email protected] Annual
Advertising rates:

1/2 page = $100.00, full page = $175.00, inside covers = $250.00.
Half page and larger ads qualify for display on website.

For advertising information call: Dave Olson: 612-245-4320

Suburban Corvettes thanks all our advertisers and sponsors for their support. As a Club,
however, we do not endorse the products or workmanship of any company. Any warranty or

guarantees must come from the company or manufacturer.

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