Past events with photos are listed in our "Memory Lane" section:


* Memory Lane *


Adopt-A-Highway Spring Clean-Up 2012

October 23rd Adopt-A-Highway – Fall Cleanup (Bill Rogers) saw a beautiful fall day and about 21 picker-uppers enjoying their collection tasks.


Oct. 16th Ear Muff Run was well attended with 9 cars, led by Graeme (filling in for Eric Taylor). The wonderful scenic route ended up at the Admiral's Post. The winning participant was Ms. Wilheminia Rogers (see photo below).


Oct. 11th General Meeting was held with a record number of 22 “Show & Shine” cars on display. At our meeting, Jonna Chalmers showed some impressive photos of her father racing in early days in Denmark, no seat belts, fiery crashes and a lack of safety standards.

October 1st Visit by MG Car Club of Toronto – Cruise from Owen Sound to CobbleBeach, then to Walters Falls, ending at Blue Mountain Inn


Adopt-A-Highway Spring 2011 Cleanup - April 24, 2011

Spring 2011 Cleanup on Easter Sunday.  18 hardy souls showed up at Pipers and we drove to our section of Grey Road 2.  After posing for a group photo, it didn’t take us long to clean the road.  A great job by everyone – well done.


Annual General Meeting – February 14th 2011


Thirty four GBBCC members attended the fifth AGM, held in the Timber Room, Swiss Chalet, Collingwood. 


The following members were re-elected or elected as the new Executive for 2011:


              President (& Webmaster):             Graeme Wallace


              Vice President:                              Ralph Kertcher


              Treasurer:                                     Peter Smith


              Secretary:                                     Brian Bailey


              Membership:                                 Don Godfrey


              Event Coordinator (1st Half):         Brian Wootton


              Event Coordinator (2nd Half):        Eric Taylor


              Director at Large:                          Bill Rogers


After the AGM, the regular monthly meeting took place with very good participation by GBBCC members who described some of their winter projects as well as car stories.