2004 marked 100 years of Ford in Canada and Fordnutz held monthly Events Meetings at executive members' homes to plan participation in upcoming events. In January we toured the Seattle Museum of History and Industry and in February we joined the Galaxie Club to visit Hollywood's Garage in Coquitlam followed by lunch at San Remo. In March our meetings relocated to the ABC Restaurant at 192nd Street and No. 10 Highway as Cruisers was sold. In April seventeen members toured Tuckers Tin Farm where we also held our meeting.
Above: April 24/5: Jeff Bingaman's red 68, Grant Hadland's white 68 and Nigel Evenden's red 67 Cougars created an automotive Canadian flag for Ford's anniversary display at Tradex. Below: Ray Harwood sets up the video display.
April 17: Mustangs and Cougars at Port Angeles
May 2: Scott's 68 G, Heather's 69 and Al Gibson's 64 T-bird grace the field at Poppy High School
May 30: Below Alex Bronevitch's red 65 Custom joined Heather's, Scott's and surprise visitor Vera Rutledge's Cougars at the Lions Club Sockeye Run. If Vera's car looks familiar you're right, it's Scott's old 68 XR 7.
June 6: We toured some antique buses at the Coast Mountain Bus Roadeo and car show.
June 26: Fordnutz and Cascade at "Just Another Dam Cruise" to the Diablo Dam in Washington.
Left: On June 27 we did a cruise to the Kilby Museum in the Fraser Valley and stayed for lunch.
L-R: Mark Friesen, Heather Whitaker, Kim & Cindy Friesen, Grant & Maurlice Hadland, Leanne Friesen, Al Gibson.