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To All Our Friends in South Texas, Louisiana and Florida

Here at FMCA our hearts go out to all those who have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. These include the area residents, victims, first responders, and citizens who have stepped in to assist their neighbors.

Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma: Looking for resources or ways you can help?

1. Make a Donation
The following organizations* are accepting donations for South Texas and Florida relief efforts.
American Red Cross: www.redcross.org (https://www.redcross.org) or call 1-800-HELP-NOW (800-435-7669). Or text IRMA or HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation.
The Salvation Army: give.salvationarmyusa.orgor call 1-800-725-2769. Or text STORM to 51555.
Catholic Charities USA: www.catholiccharitiesusa.orgor call 800-919-9338. Or text CCUSADISASTER to 71777.
*Please note FMCA is not affiliated with and/or advocating these organizations.

2. Volunteer with RV Disaster Corps
RV Disaster Corps has put out a call for RVers to staff volunteer centers. Volunteers with RV Disaster Corps assist people displaced by storms and help first responders. Because RV Disaster Corps volunteers have their own accommodations, they can relocate to the impacted area without requiring scarce local housing resources. www.rvdisastercorps.org.

3. Help Evacuees Find a Safe Place
Texas: The Texas Association of Campground Owners has identified RV parks with space available for Hurricane Harvey evacuees. Visit https://texascampgrounds.com or www.TexasCabinRentals.net. It is recommended to call the parks in advance; availability may change based on current weather.

Florida and Alabama campgrounds: Information will be posted as available: www.CampFlorida.com and www.CampInAlabama.com.

Alabama state parks: Call 1-800-ALA-PARK (1-800-252-7275) for availability.

Florida road conditions: Real-time traffic information is available at https://fl511.com. Or call (866) 511-3352; in Florida, dial 511.

Member Vote: Voting Now Open

CLICK HERE to download and print a copy of the ballot.

Please note, all ballots must be sent via postal mail to: Mandel and Associates, Inc., 431 Ohio Pike, Suite 201, Cincinnati, OH 45255

FMCA Remodel

Big news! It's time to take a step in the right direction, CLICK HERE to learn more about FMCA's plans to remodel.

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FMCA membership number:Dick and Bev Quinn
F290709 (we joined in 2001)

Our current motorhome:
A 1999 Safari Zanzibar

Three words that our motorhome calls to mind:
Love, happiness, home

The best thing about our motorhome:
Its livability

Other motorhomes we’ve owned:
A 1993 Eldorado Classic type C, a 1983 Coachmen Presidential type A and a 1984 Shasta type C.

We decided to buy a motorhome because:
We wanted to travel and meet people.

The best thing about motorhoming:
Freedom

Our occupations:
Retired. Dick: body and fender, heavy equipment, painter. Bev: courier.
Children: We have two children and four grandchildren.

We travel in the motorhome:
It used to be approximately five months per year, but now we’ve just started to try full-timing.

Our all-time favorite motorhome trip:
In 1988 we took my (Bev’s) mother to Nashville, Tenn.

Favorite destinations:
All of the clogging conventions yearly since 1990.

One of our fondest motorhoming memories:
My mom, at age 90, declaring she could use the commode at 60 miles per hour.

Our “dream” motorhome trip:
To travel to see the entire United States.

Our perfect day of motorhome travel:
Any day we arrive at a destination with no problems.

Our worst motorhoming experience:
A trip from to Buffalo to Troy, N.Y., when we experienced problems with our alternator belts and overheating all the way.

Our motorhoming pet peeve:
Unsociable people

Something motorhoming has taught us about life:
People are more friendly when they are not stuck in a house.

The best addition we’ve made to our motorhome:
Installing a ceiling fan in the bedroom.

If we could change one thing about our motorhome:
Have an additional slideout.

Something about motorhoming that we know now but did not know when we started:
That we can live in a smaller space.

When driving, the most important thing to remember is:
Be alert.

Our favorite thing about FMCA:
The magazine — the info we gain from it — and the member benefits and what they are trying to do for RVers.

Our advice for other motorhome owners:
Maintain the motorhome for safety. Relax and enjoy it.

Our hobbies:
Dick: art, carving. Bev: clog dancing and crafts.

Our favorite way to exercise:
Walking

Our favorite movie:
RV

Our favorite authors:
Dick: Louis L’Amour. Bev: Sue Grafton.

Our favorite song:
“On the Road Again,” Willie Nelson

Our favorite restaurant:
Cracker Barrel

If we were awarded a shopping spree at the store of our choice:
We’d choose Camping World for all the RV products.

Favorite campground:
Treasure Lakes RV Resort in Branson, Mo.

When motorhomers visit our state or hometown they should be sure to see:
The Adirondack Mountains

Items that we always keep in our motorhome’s refrigerator while traveling:
Wine and beer

Our advice to new motorhomers:
Get familiar with all moving parts of your motorhome. Make sure the satellite antenna is down before moving.

Behind our motorhome, we tow:
A 1999 Honda Accord using a tow bar

Our favorite activity to do inside the motorhome:
Relax

A pet that travels with us:
One cat

A technical tip we’d like to share with other motorhome owners:
Make sure maintenance — oil changes, filters, etc. — is up-to-date.

Other comments:
Whenever we’re traveling and see an FMCA membership “goose egg” and can read it, we jot down the number for future reference. If we’re at a campground, we check the membership number and get the member names using FMCA.com’s member directory. Then, if we happen to see the members, we call them by name, which starts a conversation.

Contact us via e-mail: quinntroy@peoplepc.com

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