April 01, 2021 Update Spring is truly busting out all over, with many of our local clubs holding their first-of-the-year camping rallies in April. Many combine the rally with maintenance and safety checks. What a great way to start the camping season. Taking the time and making the effort to go over your rig pays dividends in safe travel. And what better way than to have an extra set of eyes and helping hands go over things on your Airstream at a Maintenance Rally! Start the travel year off right and spend some time on your rig. Check the calendar for an event near you. Our local club rallies are a great way for new Airstreamers to learn more about their trailer…from experienced, friendly, and helpful Club members. New members…Don’t be shy! Come on out and have some fun in that new Airstream! Registration for the 64th WBCCI International Rally to be held in Lebanon, TN July 17-24, 2021, is still open. Over 550 rigs are registered so far, with more than 60 from our Region 2. We are planning a Region 2 Luncheon for the International Rally and more info can be found here on this site. Go to the Region 2 Luncheon 2021 tab, click on it, and scroll down to find and click on the Registration Form. You will be able to register, make your meal choices, and pay online with PayPal. You will be able to choose from four (4) different, catered hot or cold box lunches. Enjoy a meal on-site with us in the socially distanced space of the East/West building at the Expo Center or get it to-go…for dining at your trailer or outside with friends. There will be a drawing for door prizes, and you’ll get to meet and greet your Region 2 Officer hosts. Come on out! If you would prefer to bring your own lunch…please feel free to do so. Come, join us, and share in the Region 2 camaraderie. The luncheon runs from Noon to about 1:30pm on Wednesday, July 21. We hope to see you there… and be sure to read my full Region 2 News for April, now posted. Rich Short #1512

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