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Welcome to the web page of the unofficial Still Cruisin' car club. There are no officers, dues or meetings.  We are just a group of people that love to get together with others who share our interest in classic cars.  Our home cruise is Bonnie Doon Drive-In on Lincoln Way near Ironwood.   From May till September, or until the weather gets too cold, our favorite DJ, Joe Carroll - WJOEpm - plays our favorite rock and roll tunes from his music booth from 5 until 8 PM on weekend cruise-ins and 6 PM to 8 PM on weeknights. When cruising season ends in the fall we head

over to Martins Deli on the river by Ironwood from 4 till around 7 PM on Sunday.


                                                                                                      


Thank you Mary for letting me know that the Friday night cruise-in at Gianetto's is also done for the season.


Since the temps are supposed to be a little warmer on Sunday, Joe is going to

play music from his booth at Bonnie Doon.  After Sunday there will be 4 more
Sundays left before Adams closes for the season. 


Just a note to let everyone know that one of the original members of the Still Cruisin' club has passed away. Tom Hartgrove was a great friend to all who knew him. I can still remember him and his wife Judi wearing costumes and dancing at a rock and

roll event at the Studebaker National Museum many years ago. If there was a cruise

in the area you could count on him and Judi being there driving their orange '36 5

window hot rod coupe.  God Bless his family during this sad time. 


The Bonnie Doon crowd can enjoy Sunday cruise-ins till  the 23th of

November.  Adam Carroll will be closing it down for the season on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving.


Thank you to Bonnie Molnar for information on 2 presentations to be held at the

Studebaker National Museum located on Chapin St. west of downtown South Bend.

For more information on events at the museum you can click the following link to

their website. www.studebakermuseum.org