January Wolverine Chapter Meeting 

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When:
Where: Main Street Pub 5462 Gull Road, Kalamazoo.

NOTE: Venue Change
Location - Main Street Pub, Gull Road in front of Menards -- Sprinkle and Gull Roads.
Meet and Greet 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Meeting Start 7:00 pm
 

Welcome to the Wolverine Chapter of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America

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You Can Advertise in Wolverine Tales Newsletter

The Wolverine Chapter of the AMCA publishes a Quarterly Newsletter "Wolverine Tales" and distributes hard copy to our extensive membership. Advertising to this diverse group of people is economical and very easy.
Commercial Ad Rates are:  1/8 page $10 per issue, $35 per year.  1/4 page $15 per issue, $50 per year.  1/2 page $25 per issue, $80 per year.  Full Page $40 per issue, $140 per year.
Contact our newsletter publisher at engelter@charter.net
or engelter80@gmail.com.  We can use prepared ad copy or create your ad as instructed.

Check out our Latest Wolverine Tales -- January 2019 -- in our Wolverine Tales Section of the Website.

The 2019 Date Has Been Set for Centreville Swapmeet and Motorcycle Show.

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The Tenth Annual Wolverine Antique Motorcycle Show and Swap Meet Held each year in Centreville, MI is scheduled for Sunday May 19, 2019.   NOTE ---Go to the Events Tab where you can download the Event Flyer, Vendor Registration Form and Motorcycle Show Registration Form.

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Roger Green on the Cover of AMCA Magazine

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Along with the 70th Anniversary of the PanHead held in Milwaukee this summer, the Badger Chapter of Wisconsin and Wolverine Chapter of Michigan organized a PanHead Ride from Milwaukee to Wauseon, Ohio. Roger Green of our Wolverine Chapter was the Lead Person in our efforts and was rewarded with his picture on the Cover of the AMCA November/December issue.

Wolverine Annual Party

The Wolverine Chapter decided to hold an October Annual party in lieu of the traditional Christmas Party. Heavy rain and cool temps resulted in very few bikes riding to the event, replaced with cagers but much better than very heavy snow which has resulted in many people having to canceling out over the past couple of years.