Nominations for the Wayne Brownell and Stu Adair Awards to Matt Canavan by December 22nd! 

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December 13th Holiday Gathering, Parker's, Newark    
January 7th Year-End Banquet, Club 86, Geneva    



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The Wayne Drumlins Antique Automobile Region, a region of the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA), was founded in 1974 with 12 Charter members. Today the club has more than 85 members.  Meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the Community Center in Phelps, New York.  A newsletter, the Headliner, is distributed to members on a monthly basis via the post office or e-mail.  Wayne Drumlins sponsors one of the oldest and best annual regional car shows on the 3rd Sunday in August.  Club activities include day excursions, ice cream socials, nursing home visits and participation in local summer fairs, festivals and car shows.

Note that membership in AACA is a prerequisite for membership in Wayne Drumlins, per national club rules.


Application for Wayne Drumlins membership

Application for AACA membership

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