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    Posted: 18 April 2019 at 9:47am
Meeting!
Tuesday November 12th at A&W in walnut grove, 204th and 88th.
6:30 ish start time.
I’ll bring my 3800 Fiero, so long as I’ve put it back together by then.

Forums aren’t working right now for some reason.
Facebook group is good to go though.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 December 2018 at 10:26am
Mini Christmas gathering 2018!

December 18th 7pm. A&W in Walnut Grove at 204 and 88. We will do a more formal Christmas meeting in January.





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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 August 2017 at 12:26pm
BBQ this weekend!!!
Sunday August 27th in Abbotsford at noon.

details and address on the forum here

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 September 2015 at 9:31am
This months meeting is this Thursday, September 10th
At the A&W on king George and ~74th in surrey at 6:30 pm
Info in our forums.



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 June 2015 at 10:09pm
Next meeting will be on thursday June 9th, we will try doing it on a weekday this month and hopefully more people will be able to attend and still have their weekend for summer fun.

From the all pontiac show and shine



Well it was a sunny and hot day on the asphalt today
with 5 cars in attendance. Red Willy (Maureen),
Harrison, Ken, John Carlo and Myself (Glenn). With I
believe to be over 60 cars in attendance there was a
good mix, but less than last year, however we had 5
cars there last year and did so again this year, so we
are at 100%. :) We brought the pop up canopy and
cooler and all enjoyed the day in the shade, looking
out over the cars and the people attending. There were
lots of give a ways and we missed by merely 2 numbers
a couple of times. ( as well did the others in out
group) Awards time came at 15:00h and when our
category was called, Maureen took 2nd place with her
88 Silver GT. I had teased Harrison, saying if you win
we are banning you next year as I was sure he had it
as he did last year. To my surprise I was called as
1st place winner in the Fiero Class with the 87
Burgundy GT. Wow. Thanking all who attended as it is
always good conversation with our group. Well done.

From this months meeting:
The June 13th meeting was nothing more than a ripple
in the water with John and Jim attending. Meeting was
nothing more than a get together but still good.
Reminder to anyone attending Fierofest. The meet is
July 31 to August 2 (2015) in Richland Washington and
well worth the trip. I have been told that there is a
Christian Band group going there that weekend so it
has been strongly recommended to book the hotel early.
Shilo Inn in Richland. For registration for Fierofest
please see the link on our web site, and early
deadline is July 3rd. This will save you additional
$$$$ and guarantee you a T-Shirt which are pretty
novel I may add. Additional info will be found on that
link as well.   
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 February 2015 at 1:57pm
From Glenn:

February 14, 2015

Meeting started a bit late this time, as we were all
enjoying conversation, but never the less did start about
7:40pm. Meeting opened with a Happy Valentines Day to all
attending. A brief intro was made, following with the
financial report. Attending members were Dave, Lisa and
Arianna, Maureen, Harrison, Jim, Daniel V, John C, Tony,
and Glenn.
This was a short meeting discussing a membership drive,
upcoming events, a new discount supplier, membership
cards and security features for those cards. It was
brought to the floors attention that this years Show &
Shine would be June 14th. (location not known at this
time of writing). It is clear that everyone is chomping
at the bit to get the cars back on the road. This winter
has been un-usually mild, and not as rainy as usual,
which brings out that sports car desire to once again hit
the road in our ever so fun loving Fiero. This year we
will have the pleasure of having John Carlo on more runs
as he has just completed the purchase of a beautiful
burgundy 88 Formula out of the Seattle area. Johns
excitement was evident in the meeting, as well as on his
blog/thread under (RBS-in limbo) Congratulations John!!!
We are anxiously anticipating an exciting season looking
forward to Arlington (Jet City Fieros), Richland
Washngton for Fierofest, P.P.P.C.C. all Pontiac Show,
Group Runs and Picnic BBQ. For those who have considered
attending, but have had past regrets about clubs in
general, I urge you to come out and see what you are
missing. I believe you wont be disappointed.
Many thanks to Bob at Alder Auto Parts for their support
to club members. 3 locations, Cloverdale, Port Kells/
Surrey, and Aldergrove. On a personal note I have dealt
with Alder Auto in Port Kells for over 15 years, and I
find their prices, knowledge, and supply time to be
outstanding. Though I only know a few people there,
Shawn, Barry, and Deb, they are always friendly, with
customer service focussed as number 1. Please support
them as they do, for us.    Fiero - We Drive Excitement!
Please remember Dues are due by March meeting.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 January 2015 at 8:52pm
Next meeting is February 14th.

Forum thread here



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 July 2014 at 9:17pm
Another meeting done.

This one was a little less formal than normal, and in a new location!

We met at Market Crossing in Burnaby by the Staples/Boston pizza.



4 Fieros showed up in all, with a couple others driving notFieros.

Daniel, Jim, Patrick, Brian & Kerstin and myself showed up, with Ken stopping by to say hello and take some nice photos, Even Dr. Fiero showed up in his shiny fast notFiero.

After some chat in the parking lot, we made our way into Boston Pizza for food and refreshments. We discussed some autocross, some past events, the loss of Tim's Fiero among other not so related topics.

All in all, it was a good meeting, a nice change of location for those on the other side of the Fraser and a beautiful day.

We will probably do a different location again for the August meeting, maybe at the end of a run, although I won't be in town. Suggestions welcome!



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 July 2014 at 2:34pm
Our next club meeting is this weekend!

Location to be decided, check out here for all the info:

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 April 2014 at 11:29am
Our next event is saturday June 7th - Arlington Fiero Picnichere

The PPPCC all pontiac show and shine is the following day, sunday June 8th, at cascades casino in Langley.
info here


April 12 brought our fourth meeting of 2014, there was a good crowd of 17 or so, and 6 fieros showed up. There was a lot of discussion about upcoming events and the club in general.
First, some pictures courtesy of Ken:








There was a good crowd and the meeting started at approximately 7 p.m. Treasure's report was read and discussions around upcoming events, such as the April 27th run to Britannia Mine, (see below) Arlington, and a club picnic.
Some dues were paid, and the reminder was mentioned regarding dues for next meeting.
Also brought to the floor was the current situation regarding the website. It has been agreed by the membership to have Colby overhaul and maintain the website with help from Damien. The members would like to thank Graham for all his diligent work over the years; we would like to extend our deepest appreciation for all that he has done.

It was also mentioned that the Pacific Performance Pontiac Car Clubs 26th annual show and shine will be June 8 and those wishing to attend should contact them through the PPPCC website. (entry forms will be at the next meeting. )

It was also decided that meetings occurring on long weekends, will now be held on the following weekend, as attendance is generally weak as people are often away., although there are no long weekend meetings in 2014.
Again discussed was the BC Corvette Club's driving skills event coming on May 10th. It is suggested that those wishing to attend have payment into the Corvette Club prior to May 8th. (please see the posted thread here). Those wishing to pay on the attending day will pay a premium, additional $5 according to the thread. Thank you to Patrick for keeping us up to date with this information. This should be a must for anyone owning a Fiero as it will strongly assist you with the understanding of the capabilities of your car.

Regarding the April 27th run to Britannia Mine, we will be meeting at 10:30 a.m. in the parking lot of the Canada Games pool in New Westminister, and will be leaving promptly at 11 o'clock. Please note: bring a lunch with you as we will probably stopping at Porteau Cove for lunch. GMRS radios are required, there will be some loaners for anyone who does not own a GMRS radio.
I would also like to thank Brice for attending, and hope to see you again.

And if anyone is wondering how late we can hang out in the parking lot after the meeting, as the last 2 of us found out, hotel security will ask you to leave around 11.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 March 2014 at 6:39pm
Our next meeting is saturday, April 12th

Well, March 8th meeting was a far cry from the last, as
hardly anyone showed up. Could it be because dues are
due????
Attending was Dave ( Capt. Fiero), Jim McHollister,
Harrison Moon and Glenn Atchison (chair) Opening minutes
though informal,was to read the financial report.
Discussions were around April run to Britannia Mines,
limiting members who are not in good standing with the
club, Arlington meet, Club Picnics and Horse Power vs
performance parts.
Discussion about: Members who attend meeting are members.
Right? So what is the club, if not provided for by its
members. Those attending should want to be part of the
Fiero Club so a mere $30.00 dues should be nothing.
Considering what you get. Most clubs give you nothing.
Oh by the way the bonus draw was done. This used to be
the old dinner draw. Those who have paid their dues and
have attended 2 meeting between the first quarter (Jan
Mar), their names were written on tickets and drawn by a
independent attendee (waitress). Those eligible were John
Carlo, Harrison Moon, Danial Vandekamp, Jim McHollister
and Glenn Atchison The winner was Jim McHollister who won
$20.00 Congratulations Jim. ( Gotta watch this guy he
wins all the time)
So anyways there was a small get together and I certainly
hope that as we proceed into Summer we get more
attendees.
Revisions being as follows:
So as it stands now, you may attend two meetings per year
without paying dues, all others need to pay up. If you
are not interested in the club, the runs and the
benefits,don't pay, don't attend, And we'll see you two
times per year, and you don't get the free stuff at the
picnics, or Arlington. The club is about you!
Talked to Fiero Dave from Jet City and yes, Arlington is
on June 7th and we are all looking forward to it.
Discussions regarding a show and shine maybe midway
between Seattle and Vancouver are ongoing with a hope
that it comes about. Talked to Kent Roberts from the
Pontiac Club and it is our hope that they may consider
the run to Britannia Mines.
Anyway, summation is Dues are due next meeting please.
Please advise me who is attending the Run on the 27th
Sunday to Britannia Mines and the entry fee or that is
due April meeting. Hope ya all come back now hear !

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Our next meeting is March 8th, 2014.

It was the second meeting of 2014 and attendance was good. Starting at 7:02, the financial report was read and new guests were introduced Don McRae and Gabby. Welcoming back after a long absence was Tino and Tristan. Therefore attending were Tino, Patrick, Colby,Gary J. Jordan, Don McRae, Daniel, Jim, Tristan, Glenn, Henry, Clynt, John Carlo, and Gabby (Guest of Johns). Welcome to Don McRae attending his first meeting and bringing good suggestions and opinions to the floor. Welcome to Gabby a friend from Winnipeg. Well it's February and we are all looking forward to a warm, event filled Summer.

Opening the meeting, a Thank You to John Carlo for pictures and posting of those pictures to the web site. Well done. Tristan let us know that Gretchen is still not well but hopes to attend sometime soon after having a temper tantrum (blowing up) on the Arlington run.(Gretchen is his car) Good luck with that Tristan. Discussions opened with letting members know that a meet with Kent Roberts recently from the Pontiac Club went well and we are hoping to get together with them during the Summer on a run or event. Also, contact was made with Jet City Fieros but no info regarding Arlington as of yet. Suggested to J.C. Fieros was a get together mid way for a picnic or car show at an auto related store but nothing to report as of yet.

Addressed was the proposal for a 4 draw per year rather than the 12 draw (currently on hold) to renew interest and promote events, along with 2 expense paid picnics for members. Patrick spoke on pros and cons of that suggestion, outlining benefits of a 12 draw scenario and getting discussions moving, pointing out the idea is to get members to attend meetings. Good Job Patrick! We need members to speak up.

Don McRae spoke from past history with car clubs on ways to facilitate promotion of the club and suggested a liaison to communicate within the club as well. Thank you Don. There was certainly some good ideas now hitting the floor, including making the draws convertible to "Club Dollars" to use at an event or picnic.

We discussed that "Polls" on the website seldom get significant results to make informed decisions, therefore a poll wouldn't be a good way of resolving this question.

There was a proposal for an April 26 or 27 run starting at the New West Pool ( which has a big parking lot ) to Stanley Park which gives a good start point to those on the west side of the Port Mann Bridge. Suggestions making that run to Britannia Mines rather than Stanley Park is a good suggestion, as this would be a stronger destination point, a bit longer a run, and less for parking. Don brought attention to the floor that the Mustang Club meets at the lot across from the New West Pool, therefore contact will be made with them to see if they may be interested in a hello or get together. Again discussions were mixed on roaming meetings as the bridge toll weighs heavy on some minds and pocket books, however belief is that a couple of open air meeting in well thought out spots, will benefit the clubs exposure and help attendance for those old and new members in the local Vancouver area. The meeting wrapped up at 7:53. Thank you to all who attended and thanks again for the thoughts and suggestions. Please remember the club is about the members, and the members are who bring direction to the route it travels.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 January 2014 at 9:37pm
Our next meeting is saturday february 8th at 6pm
Ricky's all day grill in Langley on 204th just off 88th north of Hwy 1




January's wrap up letter:

First meeting of the year!

Looks like things are off to a good start for 2014, with lots of Fieros in attendance at the meeting, and even more people.
A couple pictures to start this off:





And a few words from Glenn:

Well the meeting started with some nice weather outside
and more that the usual number of Fieros there.
Attendance was good and the meeting started about 7:10
with the opening announcement of the 2014 season.
Honorary membership was given to Captain Fiero (Dave) and
Fiero Chick (Lisa) for the years of service to the club
and for which if it wasn't for them the club wouldn't
exist in this form. Dave and Lisa were attending. We
enjoyed the company of a new attendee Jordan and his Gold
GT with flush mounted headlights. Nice!! Hope to see you
again. Discussion about dues and that they are due by the
end of March, but will stay the same at $30.00. We
discussed that we are going to be participating in a lot
more this year and that we are going to be more involved
with attending other club functions. We had Patrick
discuss the Auto Cross events and he gave a great and
exuberant portrayal of the events that surround the Auto
Cross events. Something this driver is looking forward to
trying as Patrick and others rest assured fears of
potential damage to one's prize possession. It was
wonderful to see members out who haven't been there for
awhile and I feel that we are out of the gate at a good
start. Discussions regarding Arlington, The All Pontiac
Show, and runs were talked about.
All in all a good meeting with members staying after the
1 hour meeting to enjoy conversation with others. Many
thanks to all who attended and looking forward to a warm
and event filled Summer.

Some other things mentioned were possibly moving some meetings to the west side of the Port Mann, to make it more convenient for members on that side to attend the meetings without having to go so far/pay the toll.
We also discussed the idea of having less formal meetups as well in parks or other such places when the weather is nice and as a good excuse to go for a cruise in our Fieros.

In the meeting thread here the idea of setting up a camera and live streaming the meetings online so that those who do not live in the lower mainland and take part in the meetings. We will see what comes of this idea in the months to come.
A few more pictures:





See you next month!


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 September 2013 at 10:02pm
Alright, after many long months, a proper meeting, with door prizes, minutes, and important topics discussed!


6 Fieros showed up, including Joes white GT (arctic-1 on here) and a new members silver 84 Roger.
Glenn, Maureen, Ken and I were the rest of the Fieros.

We discussed the issue of this years dues, only 3 of us had payed them, and there wasnt really a whole lot happening this year, we decided to roll those over into next years dues. The dues are still going be left at $30.
Meetings will stay at the usual Rickys for the time being, rotating locations are too complicated to keep track of, and everyone (at least those who showed up) figured it is the best option right now.

We talked about the All Pontiac show in June, we had a pretty weak turnout of only 4 cars this year, and with 6 prizes for us, that wasnt too good, so it looks like there will just be a single Fiero class next year, hopefully they wont roll us into a more general class.

We will have to redo our club cards, since they all still have Daves contact info on them, and they could use some updating anyway.

Hopefully as we get things back on track, we can have more events and runs for 2014, maybe even some tech sessions or 2.
I will try to get some more Lordco cards for the club next time I am there, since we are all out. We also have a Napa account, but we are all out of cards for that as well, so will need to get some more.

Ken has planned a run to Harrison Hot Springs at the end of October, so hopefully we can get a decent showing of Fieros before many of them get tucked away for the winter.
More info here.

I didnt take any pictures, but here are some courtesy of John and Ken:

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Alright, well, the poll has been finalized, and option #2 won by a landslide. So, as soon as I can get it set up, the front page will consist of an abbreviated list of events, with the next upcoming event being highlighted and described for easy reference.

Thank you to everyone who took the time to vote!

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ATTENTION MEMBERS

If you're reading this, could you please go and vote in the new Poll on how to manage the front page.

Thank you very much for taking a moment to improve the club.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 September 2011 at 9:17pm

Apologies for the significant delay, I was really tired last night, and just woke up today.

Anyways, Patrick picked me up at 5:00(ish) and we made our way over to the meeting, unburdened by traffic of any kind. We made our way in to the parking lot, meeting two other Fieros. We must've just missed the Langley Cruise-In, as within seconds of us arriving, Fieros came out en masse filling up the lot in no time. A Cadillac STS and BMW X3 also arrived carrying WCF cargo in the form of Harrison, Johnny Boy and Clynt.

As Maureen and David began recalling all the events of the Cruise-In earlier that day, other members congregated together to discuss other affairs, such as Brian's awful parking job.

Of course, after quite a while of this, we made our way inside the restaurant. The meeting was a large gathering, with members lining the room corner to corner. With a long time of useless chit-chat from the parking lot fresh in mind, the club did the only logical thing and carried on doing so inside. Eventually, the draws were held by David, with the dinner draw being won by himself (RIGGED!), and a couple of the prizes donated by Ken being carnivorously snatched up by Harrison and I (Thank you again, Ken!)

Following that, the club discussion commenced in its official role, starting with Patrick and Johnny Boy's (Sort've) wheel spacers, with the two gentlemen taking up opposing views on their opinion of them (The former quite liking them, and the latter expressing concern about their durability). We also passed around and eyed up the lovely trophy and plaque we had (With the big trophy courtesy of Ken, and his wonderfully stock '85). The club then brought up the Iona Park run today, which was ultimately shot down due simply to a lack of warning, and thus, attendance. Mauree also brought up a problem which has plagued our runs many times before: Changing plans without alerting the entirety of the club, leaving many members stranded and isolated. Ken suggested simply following the plans to the letter, with no "last-minute corrections" in place to isolate anyone who wouldn't be there to hear. Finally, I brought up the fact that Dan Watt has a Corvette Rack conversion for the Fiero available, a fact which seem to elicit interest from David, Johnny and especially Brian.

We ended by deciding to head down to the remnents of the Cruise-In, where Maureen, David, Patrick, Harrison, Arun, Lisa, Ryan and I decided it would be worth the commute despite being largely finished by now. After getting lost a couple of times, we ended up at the one corner, where we stayed for quite a while. One by one, we slowly trickled away, although we also gained a member (Manny, in his blue fastback) at one point. Eventually, with all other members gone, Patrick decided it was time to head off as well. I got home around 10:15 and decided that the write-up could wait until today. You know, to build suspense.

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