January-February 2001 Newsletter
From the President
by Earl Jones
Every New Year offers the opportunity to make new resolutions. Im
sure most of us will find the usual suspects in our lists: lose weight,
spend less, make more time for family.
Rather than bore (or titillate) you readers with my personal resolutions,
I thought Id use my first Newsletter article of the New Year to share
what I resolve for the Club. So, here are my top-ten resolutions for the LBC
and Club members:
- Support a revitalized Kentucky Bicycle Coalition so that LBC and all
cyclists have a larger voice in the Commonwealth.
- Check with Norm Minnick about writing an article or taking a
photograph for the Newsletter.
- Enjoy hotly pursued, down-to-the wire, never-give-up contests for
the yellow and blue jerseys.
- Vision only the best and sweetest fruit for the summer
rides and give Marilee Martin all the help she needs.
- Help AB Sandefur achieve even greater success for our education
program so that more Heather McLaughlins and Michelle Harwoods can excel.
- Push for an enhanced LBC role in the planning processes of Greater
Louisville and support Cheryl Brawners efforts to make it happen.
- Do whatever it takes to help Jane Tyler and Kathy Schmitt top the
best ever 2000 Old Kentucky Home Tour in fun, riders, value and revenue.
- Do every one of the wonderful evening rides from Cherokee Park...but
revise the routes to spend less time on River Road.
- Help Alan Darby create a touring program that satisfies the needs of
the hammers, the turtles and the in-betweens by volunteering to captain at
least 10 rides during the season (and earn a cool jersey in the bargain).
- Encourage every Club member to lead at least one ride, serve on a
committee, corner-marshall a race or volunteer for another Club program.
Im sure youll agree its not a bad list. I hope
youll help make these resolutions a reality.
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