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Our next meeting will be on 20 July.

to MAMA's Diner, the official home of the Maryland Automotive Modelers' Association (MAMA), where we serve entrees of fun, friendship, and model cars.

MAMA's current leadership team is:
President: Tim Powers
Vice-President: Dave Toups
Treasurer: Matt Guilfoyle
Newsletter Editor: Tim Sickle

Notes from the MAMA President:

With kids out of school, family gatherings and vacations, cookouts, the upcoming Juneteenth holiday, and Father's day all falling within a week of each other attendance at the June meeting was light. But one thing certainly was not light, and that was the strength of the club's feeling that we miss seeing our buddy Ron Hamilton at the meetings and that we all cannot wait until he can come back and rejoin us for some plastic slinging and fellowship. Hurry back, Ron!

Please continue to keep the people of the Ukraine in your thoughts and prayers as Russia's senseless war on them drags on.


June Meeting Photos:

Howdy Hoffman, Jr. showed us his 1970 Mercury Cyclone, 1970 Chevrolet El Camino, and 1937 Chevy Gasser.

Dave Matiko displayed his 1971 Dodge Charger, a midget racer and trailer, a Repsol sponsored Honda motorcycle with rider, and the 1972 "Billy the Kid" Demon Pro-Stock racer replica he's building up.

Vinny Tufano brought this Chevy SSR and 1937 Ford 5-Window Coupe.

Dave Redzensky finished this Chevrolet pickup and trailer in time for the meeting.

Russ Kirkpatrick was back with another MOPAR Muscle car build, this time a 1970 Plymouth Superbird.

Mark Wheeler previewed the 1966 El Camino he's working on for a group build, a recently completed late-model Mustang, a finished 1967 Mustang, and the in-progress off-road 1970 Mustang, 1970 Wide-body Mustang, and smoothed out 1978 Monte Carlo he's working on.

Kevin Buter displayed his 1940 Ford, 1961 Chevrolet Impala, 1969 Plymouth GTX, and 1950 Ford Convertible.

Steve Buter built this Silver 1934 Ford Pickup and his rendition of the Mongram Garbage Truck.

Looks like Harold Bradford is starting in on a new Ferrari project.

Matt and Dave displayed some of their most recent 3D printed acquisitions.

George Openhym placed this 1968 Dodge Charger R/T on the table.

Mike Costic brought this 3D-printed dirt track Sportsman car kit that he recently bought.

Sadly, I didn't see who placed these fine models on the display table.

The Pontiacs on Parade parking lot featured Timmy's in-progress Arnie Beswick build.

Some of the action:

The raffle table was loaded up good this month.

No cookies this month, but there were donut holes.

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