IHC Chapter 41 Business Meeting, June 11, 2017

The meeting was called to order by Tinker Moats.
The minutes of the Board Meeting were read by Cynthia Shaver. A motion was made to accept the minutes as read. It was seconded and approved.
The minutes from the April Business Meeting were read . As there were no corrections a motion was made to accept the minutes as read. It was seconded and approved.
The Treasurer’s Report was given by Jennifer Puffenbarger. The balance in the account is
$4574.14. Jennifer noted that there was still an amount of $1000.00 to $1200.00 to be paid to the Fairgrounds for the Summer Show. A motion was made to accept the Treasurer’s Report as given. It was seconded and approved.

Old Business:
Relay for Life Report: The amount for Relay For Life from the Auction is $4344.00. The Team was 7th out of 92 Teams at the Relay For Life Event held May 5, 2017 at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds. The total raised at the Event was $10,377.50. Becky thanked everyone for their help and donations to the Auction.
Proposal for New Cabinet at the McCormick Farm: The International Harvester Collectors
Charitable Trust has been set up to help fund the cost of this cabinet that will house the reaper models. The estimate for the cabinet is $11,000. Tinker reported on a letter that had been sent to all IHC Presidents from the Trustees of the Charitable Trust. It was noted that Chapter 42 of North Carolina had pledged $500.00. A motion was made for our Chapter to pledge $1000.00. It was seconded and approved.
There was discussion about the construction of the building for the Farm Museum in the
Shenandoah Valley. A motion was made by Dixie Teter to donate $1000.00 for this project. It was seconded by Raymond Grogg. The motion was approved.
Winter Convention: After further discussion about the Convention it was decided that the Chapter would not help with the Convention planned for 2020.
National Auction: There was discussion about helping other Chapters with the Auction that is tentatively scheduled for the 4th weekend of October, 2020. A motion was made by Jerry McDonald to help with the Auction. It was seconded by Winona Scott. The motion carried.

Inside Vendors: David Seal asked if anyone had inside vendors. If so, please let him know.
Exhibitors: Due to insurance regulations that exhibitors must be IHC members, there was discussion concerning some exhibitors from last year that had static exhibits. As the Chapter wants to encourage everyone to become a member, David Seal suggested that the Chapter could give the exhibitors, who were sent a letter about the insurance rules, a waiver this year and the Chapter would pay the National Dues for this year only so they could participate in our Show. We hope they will renew their membership and also become a Chapter Member. A motion was made by Tyrone Scott to accept this suggestion. It was seconded by Roger Baker. The motion was approved.
SetUp: The setup will be the same as last year.
Becky Seal suggested that we have a registration table for the items donated for the Auction.
This suggestion was agreed to.
As there was no new business Tinker asked for a motion to adjourn. A motion was made by Becky Seal and seconded by Dennis Carr. The motion was approved.

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2017 Events

Below are the events for the year as of 1/3/17:

Feb 12 meeting at 3pm Board Meeting at 2 At Cross Keys Worship Center
April 1 Plow day Timberville rain date the 8th
April 2 Orders due to Jennifer with sandwich count
Apr 8 Making Sandwiches 8:30 Meeting to follow
May 5 6pm-6am Relay at Rockingham County Fair Grounds
June 11 Meeting at the Rockingham County Fair Grounds at 3
June 23-25 Chapter 41 IHC of Virginia Summer Show
Aug 13 Picnic 5pm Bridgewater Oak Dale Park shelter 2
Oct 14 Fall Harvest Day Timberville Starts at 9:00
Oct 15 Sandwich orders due to Jennifer tentative
Oct 21 Making Sandwiches & Meeting to follow tentative
Dec 10 Christmas Dinner 3:00 at Cross Keys Worship Center

Shows we will Attend this year 2017
June23-25 IHC of VA Summer Show Rockingham County Fair Grounds
July 28-30 Berryville
Sept 8-10 Somerset
Sept 15-17 Rockville
Oct 8 Farming in the Valley
Nov 11 Yellow barn in Mt Jackson Shenandoah Caverns
Timberville events at
17018 Spar Mine Rd
Timberville VA 22853

2016 Auction Items: Summer Show

Summer Show Auction Items:

Club members – Please send auction items to Winona or Becky by June 20, this deadline has been set in order to get items posted online.

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IHC of VA Koozies

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Red Tractors – Collectors Edition Book

This award-winning history of International Harvester and Case IH tractors includes data and photos of every model built from 1958 to 2013, as well as in-depth information about how these tractors were designed and constructed. With interviews of engineers and executives, the book covers how the 40 and 60 series were created, and thoroughly covers the red tractors from the 1960s through the 1980s. The book also traces the innovations and struggles of the final days of International Harvester. The authors unearthed a treasure trove of concept drawings and photos of prototype machines to shed new light on how these tractors were created. The book includes the exciting story of the creation of the Case-IH Magnum, an innovative machine that blends some of the great engineering done by IH with the Cummins engine built by Case. The modern era of Case IH is also included, with the story of the creation of the Quadtrac as well as the entire line of tractors. With a mix of new photography of some of the most exceptional collectible models in existence along with hundreds of previously unpublished photographs, this thorough book is the most authoritative guide on red tractors ever published.

The Collector’s Edition has all of thsee great features:

  • Gorgeous leather-covered and stamped book in handmade clamshell case covered in black Saifu cloth with printed interior.
  • Includes four previously unpublished images of tractor prototypes which were never built. Each image is a heavy stock 8×10-inch photograph suitable for framing, with the story of the prototype’s design, evolution, and ultimate demise printed on the back.
  • Four images are available ONLY with the Collector’s Edition and Serial Numbered Collector’s Edition! These images will not be released to other media in any form!
  • This authorized history of International Harvester and Case IH tractors includes data and photos of every model built from 1958 to 2013, as well as in-depth information about how these tractors were designed and constructed. The story traces the innovations and struggles of the final days of International Harvester, and then the exciting story of the creation of the Case-IH Magnum, an innovative machine that blends some of the great engineering done by International Harvester in the their final days with thoughtful engineering additions and refinements from the newly blended team. With a mix of new photography of some of the most exceptional collectible models in existence along with hundreds of previously unpublished photographs, this thorough book is the most authoritative guide on red tractors ever published.
  • Design and development history of the tractors, with first-hand accounts from the engineers and other product-development specialists at IH and Case IH.
  • More than 725 images of IH and Case IH tractors including previously unpublished concept drawings as well as images of prototypes, test mules and more.
  • Information on North American, British, German, Australian, and French models from the leading experts on red tractors.

IHC of VA Summer Show Schedule

For updates on the 6th Annual Summer Show, go to https://ihcofva.com/summer-show-2016 

IH Collectors Club of Virginia

6th Annual Summer Show

JULY 8, 9, & 10, 2016

featuring Gas Engines & Power Units

Rockingham County Fairgrounds

 

Show Times

EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION

Begins Friday at 9:00 AM

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Friday 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Saturday 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Sunday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Food:

J & J’s Bar B Que

Deere Horn’s Homemade Ice Cream

(Food available throughout the show including breakfast on Saturday and Sunday.)

Schedule of Events

Friday, July 8, 2016 

6:00 PM Kids Pedal Pull (ages 10 and under)

7:00 PM Live Entertainment (TBD)

 

Saturday, July 9, 2016 

11:00 AM Kids Pedal Pull (ages 10 and under)

1:00 PM Parade through the Fairgrounds

3:00 PM Kids Pedal Pull (ages 10 and under)

5:00 PM Auction to benefit Chapter & Relay for Life team

7:00 PM Live Entertainment (TBD)

Throughout the day: Wheat threshing and hay baling demonstrations

Tractor games for teenagers and adults

Kids activities

Free rides in the barrel train for kids

    

Sunday, July 10, 2016 

10:00 AM Kids Pedal Pull (ages 10 and under)

12:30 PM Parade through the Fairgrounds

1:30 PM Kids Pedal Pull (ages 10 and under)

Throughout the day: Demonstrations

Kids activities

Free rides in the barrel train for kids