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IEACBS’s $1000 contribution to the Priest Lake Food Bank
Wes and Sue Yandt met with Dick and Mary Guman yesterday to deliver the IEACBS’s $1000 contribution to the Priest Lake Food Bank. They are both dedicated volunteers at the food Bank. Dick works about 30 hrs per week as the food banks accountant and they both are continuously managing the flow of food through the food bank. They currently have 128 people on their recipients list but this number varies depending on the time of year.
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Board Meeting Mar 21, 6:00pm at Darcy's Restaurant
Anyone can attend the board meetings, all are welcome.
Meetings include reading of the minutes from the previous meeting, old and new news, planning for our upcoming boat shows, budgets, and reports on website and Scuttlebutt. Lots of time to get together with friends and have a nice dinner out.
The Boys in the Boat is in
theaters December 24th
The non-fiction movie describes the University of Washington crew that represented the United States in the men's eight at the 1936 Summer Olympic games in Berlin, including the coaches, boatbuilder George Pocock, and the working class student athletes involved, especially rower Spokane native Joe Rantz, who was effectively abandoned by his family and left to fend for himself at a young age.
All About Us
Inland Empire ACBS was started from members who were already members of other chapters in the northwest. We realized there was a core of members and even more to be added in northern Idaho and eastern Washington, a group petitioned to be recognized as a chapter in 2000. Inland Empire Chapter is still part of the northwest group of chapters (Columbia Willamette, Pacific Northwest, Big Sky and Okanagan Chapters) and we coordinate our events throughout the summer so that there is always a near-by boat show with no overlapping conflicts.
By now, Inland Empire members come from far and wide, as do event participants, just to be in the beautiful scenery and in the clear lakes with their vintage boats.
President - Ron Yandt
Vice President - Wes Yandt
Treasurer - Mike Wilson
Secretary - Kathy Dutro
Past President - BK Powell
History of Inland Empire Antique & Classic Boat Society
The Inland Empire ACBS was started from members who were already members of other chapters in the northwest. We realized there was a core group of members and even more to be added in northern Idaho and eastern Washington, the group petitioned to be recognized as an official chapter in 2000. Inland Empire Chapter is still part of the northwest group of chapters (Columbia Willamette, Pacific Northwest, Big Sky and Okanagan Chapters). The Inland Empire ACBS has 120 members as of the winter of 2024 and hosts three boat shows during the summer (Sandpoint Boat Show, Coeur D' Alene Festival, and Dry Rot Boat Show at Priest Lake). Inland Empire ACBS also posts a newsletter called The Scuttlebutt and the Trading Dock. Third issue of the Inland Scuttlebutt Summer of 2001. Click to view.
Chris Knapton was the founding Inland Empire Chapter President.