Welcome to Our New Webmaster
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Welcome to Bill Wilson as the new Chapter Webmaster. Bill comes to us with many years of IT experience. His energy and enthusiasm are a great addition to the board and we look forward to his help. We extend our appreciation to all who applied for the job as we were not for a lack of qualified applicants. Anyone interested in helping Bill can contact him in person or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Cost Cutting Efforts

Going forward there will be less spent on printing event flyers and more emphasis for members to download and print their own as needed. All events are listed on the chapter website with PDF files of the event flyers. Simply click on the flyer to download and hit print. Also starting in 2017 we are limiting hard copy newsletters for only the few members who do not have email registered with the chapter. All past and future newsletters are available to view online or download and print from the Members Only Download area.

Ron "Rambo" Wambold Memorial Bload Drive

Wolverine Harley Davidson, the Great Lakes South East Michigan Riding Club and Wolverine Chapter #1332 HOG® are sponsoring a blood drive in honor of Ron "Rambo" Wambold. Ron was an active member of the Wolverine HOG Chapter, Vice President of the Great Lakes SEM Riding Club and a proud Vietnam Veteran who lived life to the fullest. Please help us honor Ron by saving someone's life. Come out and donate! You can make an appointment by calling Wolverine Harley Davidson at (586) 463-7700, sign up at the dealership or at www.redcross.org and put March 4th as the date. Answers about eligibility to donate blood can be found at: http://www.redcrossblood.org/donating-blood/donation-faqs#Eligibility

 

Children's Charity Presented Check for $10,000

Wolverine Chapter #1332 presented Variety - the Children's Charity with a check for $10,000 at the January chapter meeting. This was the culmination of 12 months of work holding various fund raising activities by our chapter members. Michelle Murphy from Variety attended the meeting to receive the check from our Charity committee person Josie DiFalco. Michelle expressed the following thanks:

"Thank you to the dedicated and enthusiastic Wolverine Chapter 1332 membership and Wolverine Harley-Davidson for supporting Variety as its children's charity of the year! Members volunteered their time and organized events such as the November weekend collection drive (despite the cold and wet weather!), summer picnic, gift wrapping services and more to support Variety's core programs serving children with special needs. THANK YOU for your generous support! We are so grateful."

A huge thanks to everyone who contributed time, money and other resources toward our fund raising in 2016. Without your hard work and dedication we could not have made this happen. Know that you have made a difference to a child in need.

Members of Wolverine Chapter #1332 presenting a check for $10,000 to Michell Murphy from Variety - the Children's Charity

 

Head Road Captain Position Open

Currently the position of Head Road Captain is vacant and applications are being accepted through January 13th.  To apply for the Head Road Captain position you must be a current road captain.  Additional information regarding the qualifications and descriptions of the position can be found on the Chapter website.  If you are interested you can download the officer application from the Chapter web site here.  Fill it out and email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or drop it by the dealership.

Coats for Vets a Huge Sucess!

The recent drive to collect coats and clothing for Veterans returning home was outstanding.  Donatons from Chapter Members, and a special donation from Latcha & Associates, netted a total donation of 288 coats, 15 business suits and 59 sets of dress clothes.  A huge thank you to participating Chapter members, Latcha & Associates and it's employees, and Tony and Debbie Waxler for their special attention to this effort.