COFFEE CALL SATURDAY! See below for locations and upcoming car shows!

MARCH 2015

March 5th-8th Shawnee Swap Meet



- HOT ROD DAY, join us with your custom spot for the club to try! Come on out, let's see if we can fill THIS parking lot!

March 14th - Boomarang on Porter - 

March 14th - CITY OF BLANCHARD PARADE (Note: We no longer do this parade as a cRc event, but encourage any member to sign up for the parade and enjoy it.)

Thursday March 19th thru Saturday March 21st the spring NORMAN SWAP MEET. Coffee will be at the meet each day staring at 8am.


March 28st - Midway Grocery and Deli, outrageous hat day, wear something completely out of character and receive free coffee today.


APRIL 2015

April 4 - Whataburger on Main Street

April 11th coffee at Midway and then at 10am, we go to   Ike-a-Palooza car show at Eisenhower Elementary from 1000 until judge, this is a cRc featured event, organized by one of our members.

April 18th coffee call will be held in the First Baptist Church parking lot in conjunction with the cRc 4th Annual Classic Car and Motorcycle show to benefit Food and Shelter! This is also the day of the 89er parade and we will have an entry again this year.


April 25th - Midway Grocery and Deli

MAY 2015 

May 2nd - Whataburger

May 2nd- annual Oklahoma Antique Aircraft Association fly in to Pauls Valley airport......arrive about noon. Entrance to airport on west side, not off of Hwy 77.

May 9th - Midway Grocery and Deli

CAR SHOW- flyer below. The TRAVIS FAST show in Moore, OK

May 16th - Time for the breakfast buffet at the Postal Center Marriott!

May 23rd - Let's go to Boomarang on Porter, ride your motorcycle if you have one.... 

 JUNE 2015

JULY 2015 

AUGUST 2015 


2015 event planner:

April 11, 2015 Ike-a-Palooza car show at Eisenhower Elementary from 1000 until judge, cRc event

In April, 2015 Eisenhower Elementary is planning an event, IKE-A-PALOOZA, to 
honor president Eisenhower and let the kids have some fun. We are planning on 
having a car show where the kids will be judges. We would like to invite the CRC 
to be our featured club for the show. We are in the process of setting a date 
for the event and would like to know which Saturday in April of next year works 
best for the CRC. 89er days are in there somewhere and we don't want to overlap 
with that but of the remaining Saturdays which ever one works best let us know 
and we will schedule for then. 

Kevan and Cortney Parker. 

April 18th 89er day parade, Norman High School, 125 years of Norman history....parade starts at 10am.

April 18th - 4th annual cRc FOOD and SHELTER car show, First Baptist Church parking lot, 9am until 3pm


APPLE to release electric car by 2020 with 200 mile range...... 

Apple Inc., which has been working secretly on a car, is pushing its team to begin production of an electric vehicle as early as 2020, people with knowledge of the matter said.

The timeframe -- automakers typically spend five to seven years developing a car -- underscores the project’s aggressive goals and could set the stage for a battle for customers with Tesla Motors Inc. and General Motors Co. Both automakers are targeting a 2017 release of an electric vehicle that can go more than 200 miles on a single charge and cost less than $40,000.


The official state flag of Oklahoma was adopted on April 2, 1925. The flag was chosen from entries in a Daughters of the American Revolution flag contest. The winning entry was designed by Mrs. Louise Funk Fluke, an artist from Oklahoma City.

The flag features a sky blue field (this is the color of the flag that Choctaw soldiers carried during the Civil War). Oklahoma's flag pictures a Osage Indian battle shield made of buffalo skin. It is adorned with eagle feathers and white crosses (the crosses represent the stars in the sky, and symbolize higher purposes in Native American culture). A gray peace pipe (also called a calumet) and an olive branch (symbols of peace in European and Native American cultures) are on the shield. "OKLAHOMA" is written in white under the shield (this was added to the flag in 1941).

Oklahoma was the 46th state in the USA; it became a state in 1907. 

Now just where are they going to go when they get the car dug out?