Welcome to ClayCountyCruzers.com! We are a Classic Car club in Clay County, Florida. We were formed early 2008 by our founder and first president, Elisabeth Palmer. Our first show was held in April 2008 in Middleburg. 

Our goal is to keep classic car interest & culture alive - 'Don't junk 'em - rebuild 'em!' This club was founded to connect with others who share our hobby and have fun while doing good things for our community. We look forward to meeting anyone in the north Florida area interested in classic cars. The proceeds from our activities are used to establish scholarships for Clay County High school students who seek post-secondary education and training in the automotive related industries. We also support other charities such as Quigley House, Wounded Warrior Project, the Safe Animal Shelter and several others.  

Thanks for visiting our site and please help spread the word about our car club throughout our community!

Norb Logsdon - President

 

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April Meeting Minutes PDF Print E-mail

Please click the below link for the April 2016 Meeting minutes

Meeting Minutes

 

 
Car Show Forms PDF Print E-mail

Please click on the following Link for the 7th Annual Rev it Up!! Show Forms

Rev it Up!! Forms

 

 
More than Ink PDF Print E-mail

1St VP Charlie Piero presents a thank plaque to Jesse Boyette at More than Ink for their platinum

sponsorship of the 2015 Back to the 50s car show.

 

More than Ink 

 
CreekLife PDF Print E-mail

William Dempsey presents a thank you Plaque to Rick Lasco the owner of Creek Life Food Shack

for being a Platinum sponsor for the Back to the 50s show

Creek Life 

 
Winnning Concepts USA PDF Print E-mail

1st Vice President Charile Pierro presents a plaque to Winning Concepts USA owner Curtis R.McClees

for being a Platinum Sponsor for our Back to the 50s Show

 

 
Jan2015MeetingMinutes PDF Print E-mail

Minutes of Clay County Cruzers General Meeting January 7, 2016

 

Meeting was called to order by President A.Z. Guiragossian.

 

Meeting opened with prayer led by Chaplain Charlie Bowling followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

There were 49 members in attendance.

  • Minutes were read by Rose Redmond.
  • Treasurer Manny Cheek was unavailable.
  • 2nd Vice President Bug Shell gave the membership report: We have 205 paid members. 
  • 32 new members since our last meeting and a total of 527 members. 
  •  Bug will be contacting past members for membership renewal.

 

President A.Z.  Guiragossian opened the meeting with discussion of changes and growth for the New Year.

He also spoke about respect for our fellow Cruzers. Please be mindful of actions and language.

Disrespect will not be tolerated.

 

Old Business:

Cruise to Palatka was discussed everyone that attended had a great time.

 

New Business:

Our second Saturday rotating cruise was discussed Dan Uptegrove and Bill Dempsey will be scouting

new venues in Clay County.

All cruises will be posted on the Clay County Cruzer website. www.claycountycruzers.com

Eddie Lee talked about having another cruise to Whitey’s.

 

President A.Z. Guiragossian discussed expanding the scholarship program to other fields within the automotive industry.

This was well received and we will discuss again at a later date. New charities are also being sought for this year.

Please direct your suggestions to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it we will discuss these at the February meeting.

 

1st VP Charlie Pierro introduced the raffle of a 30-30 Rossi rifle donated by Bill Dempsey. The proceeds

will go to the club to support local charities.  AZ made a motion to move forward with the raffle,

this was seconded and voted on as a club and there were no Nay’s. Three hundred tickets will be

printed and they will be available for $10 at a future date. The raffle will only be available to

Clay County Cruzer members. Floyd Brown discussed how the back ground check process works.

Sam Greene will contact the NRA/ILA for additional information to insure we are within Florida Laws.

 

Starting in February the third Saturday cruise is being moved from Your Pie to

TAPS Bar and Grill 1605 CR 220 Fleming Island, FL 32003. They will have drink specials and

a special menu for Clay County Cruzers to enjoy.

 

 

Recognitions:

Tony Placzkowski thanked Cruzers Bug Shell and Tommy Marcy as well as others who

volunteered at a moment’s notice with the Middleburg Historic Festival show in November.

 

Bill Dempsey made a $200 donation to the club. Members thanked him for his generosity.

 

Rich Dizinno presented President A.Z Guiragossian with a plaque from the LOWFIVE DESIGNS

most toys donated by a club at the 2nd for annual Toys for Tots car show.

 

REV IT UP DISCUSSION:

 

4/23/16 Fleming Island Presbyterian Church CR 220 Fleming Island FL

*****Please mark your calendars and keep sponsors in mind. It’s never too early to start

talking to potential sponsors and vendors.

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

 

1/9/16 River City Rumble Steel Mill 1pm – 3pm

1/9/16 Cruise to Ronnie’s Wings Green Cove Springs 4pm – 6pm

1/16/16 Your Pie Fleming Island 4pm-6pm

1/23/16 Breakfast cruise to Nicole’s 8am-10am

1/23/16 Creek Life Cruise 4pm-6pm

1/30/16 Special Olympics Car Show Clay County fairgrounds 10am – 3pm.

THEY HAVE RESERVED 25 SPACES FOR CLAY COUNTY CRUZERS.

 

Cruzer updates:

Manny Cheek was injured in an auto accident 1/4/16. Sharon Echelbarger fell and broke her leg. 

Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.

A big Thank you to Sharon Brown for the delicious banana bread she brought to the meeting. 

 
Cruzers Recognized at Christmas Party PDF Print E-mail
Let's congratulate these special Cruzers who were recognized at our Christmas Party.
 
Outstanding Cruzer of the Year – 2015
This award is given to the member(s) that have the true Cruzer spirit.  They are at the meetings, car shows, cruise-ins
and any other club function.  They are truly what makes the club what it is today, and are always there when needed.
Tommy and Anne Marcy
Eddie and Sally Lee
Floyd and Sharon Brown
Dan and Kathy Uptegrove
Tommy Redmond
Doug Foster
Bill Dempsey
 
Vendor of the Year - Terry Lewis,TLC Enterprises
Terry has provided support for the car shows, clothing, specialty items, name tags, you name it made it!
    
Outstanding New Members 2015 - Mike and Marcia Byerly
They have helped with everything the Cruzers do.  They are always looking for ways to help, they have the get it done
attitude.  The club is lucky to have members like this.
 
Outgoing President 2013, 14, 15 - Norb Logsdon has done so much for the club in his three years as President.  He
set the standard for Presidents who follow to live up to. He is a 24 hour Cruzer, who loves the club and our community.
 
Benefactor of the YearBill Dempsey. His love for the Clay County Cruzers is something to admire.  At 75 years young,
he participates in ALL club functions and activities. Truly a great man.
 
Next time you see one of the recipients, please take a moment to thank them for helping to make the club what it is today.
 
BASCA Thank You!! PDF Print E-mail
 
Quigley House Thanks!! PDF Print E-mail
 
Cruzers win multiple awards at Rotary Club Car Show PDF Print E-mail

Rich won Best of Show for his Chevelle

Keith's 'Christine' Stingray was runner up for Best of Show

Az's Nova won Best Paint award

Norb accepted Club participation award for the Cruzers

 
4th Saturday Cruise-in added PDF Print E-mail

Creek Life Food Shack is our new sponsor for our 4th Saturday 

Cruise-in starting July 25th!

 
6th Annual Rev It Up Car Show PDF Print E-mail

Our REV IT UP show was a total success!

Beautiful day and great turnout for our show! We raised a serious amount of cash for the Yellow Ribbon

Fund!  Thanks to all our participants and guests. Hat tip to all the friendly and hard working volunteers

who did an outstanding job welcoming our guests, registering cars, selling 50/50 and raffle tickets, t-shirts

and calendars.

We were entertained by the fabulous Hotrod Lincoln Band who played lots of oldies that we all enjoyed!

The Cruzer spirit was alive and well today at Fleming Island Presbyterian Church!

We were able to present scholarships to 4 Clay County High School seniors who are going to attend

various schools for automotive training after high school. 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Annual dues PDF Print E-mail
It is that time of year when we renew our obligation to the Clay County Cruzers in the form of dues.  Dues are $30 for
Primary member and $5 for each additional family member. All dues are due on October 1st.  Membership coordinator
Bug Shell will start accepting the 2016 dues on August 1st to allow for the time it takes to process each member. 
 
Dues may be paid by cash or by check (payable to Clay County Cruzers, Inc) at the Monthly Clay County Cruzers meeting
August 13th at 6:00 PM at NAPA Wells Rd Conference room or by mail to Clay County Cruzers, PO Box 519, Middleburg,
FL 32050-0519.  
 
Thanks for your continuing support.
 
Breakfast Cruise-in at Nicoles Cafe Orange Park PDF Print E-mail

Great turnout for our 4th Saturday Breakfast Cruisein at Nicole's Cafe!

 
Cruzers send Yellow Ribbon Fund Check PDF Print E-mail

Cruzers with the $5,000 donation check for the Yellow Ribbon Fund raised at the 6th annual Rev It Up Car show April 18.

We had 25 Cruzers participate in our monthly meeting where we celebrated the success of our 6th Annual

Rev It Up Car show with a $5,000 check for the Yellow Ribbon Fund, a Bethesda, Maryland based charity

that supports injured service members and their families around the country. Platinum Sponsor Cruzers

were recognized for their support.

Cruzer Bill Dempsey recognized for his Platinum Sponsorship

Cruzers Sharon & Russ Eschelbarger are recognized for their Platinum sponsorship

Cruzer Terry Lewis owner of TLC Enterprises is recognized for his Platinum Sponsorship

 
Cruzers Show N Shine at Penney Farms PDF Print E-mail

 

We took a group photo after the Show N Shine at the open house at Penney Farms Retirement Community.

Beautiful weather, nice people!  Cars, Club, Community!

 
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