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  • 22 Jul 2013 4:03 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    DRVC Newsletter - Travelore The Club’s newsletter takes on a new look along while getting a name - Travelore, combined from the thing we do (travel) with the stories we make (lore).
    In this issue:
    • A review of the recent rally held in Cody, Wyoming
    • Rear radiator cooling and cleaning tips
    • Minutes of the business meeting held in Gillette
    • Valued Partners of DRVC
    • A report on FMCA governance
    • Treasurer’s report and audit information
    • Announcing a membership survey
    • First look at the spring 2014 rally in Brunswick, GA
  • 15 Mar 2013 4:48 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    In this issue we bring you up-to-date on the chapter transition as evidenced by recent announcements.
    • Affiliation with Lone Star Stitches to provide a great variety of official Diesel RV Club apparel
    • Update on membership news
    • Affiliation with RV Golf Club
    • Wyoming Western Adventure Rally in Cody
    • President’s Paragraphs
    • Rally registration form
    • And more…
    Just click on the image at left to download the eNewsletter or use the link below.

    Download the March issue to read all the articles
  • 27 Aug 2012 7:22 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Indianapolis, Indiana: FMCA’s 87th Family Reunion & Motorhome Showcase

    Julie Lauderdale, President, announced today that “members at the summer business meeting approved a motion to change the name of the CAT RV Club, an FMCA Chapter to the ‘Diesel RV Club’.”

    The Chapter’s mission statement has been modified so that it will be a club for RV owners with an interest in diesel engines, how to maintain them, how to get maximum performance, and how to keep repair costs to a minimum. The Chapter’s Rallies combine social and technical programs. 


    There has never been a requirement that one own a Caterpillar powered RV, in fact, the Chapter’s first VP had a Detroit Diesel, but changing the name conveys that RV owners of any diesel coach are eligible for membership. 90% of the “Care and Feeding” of a diesel coach is not inside the engine, but maintenance of the fuel, cooling, air and other chassis systems. These systems are shared by owners of “all color” engines.


    An invitation is being extended to all Diesel RV Club members to participate in a competition to design the new logo for the Chapter.  Designs should be submitted to Lee Zaborowski, editor@dieselrvclub.org  Additional information can be found at www.dieselrvclub.org or by contacting Ken Carpenter (214) 364-2090.

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