HI-LITES Motor Club has finalized their 2014 Cruise Schedule. Please take note and place these dates in your calendar. We hope to see you soon.
May 17th 4-7pm Wegmans Wilkes Barre
June 21st 5-8pm Pikes Creek Park Rt 118, Lehman
July 19th 5-8pm Twist & Shake Rt 29, Pikes Creek
July 26th 1-4pm St Pauls Church Rt 118, Dallas
Aug 16th 1-4pm Meadows Rt 415, Dallas
Aug 23rd 5-8pm Twist & Shake Rt 29, Pikes Creek
Sep 20th 4-7pm Pike Creek Park Rt 118, Lehman
Oct 5th 10am? Fall Travel Cruise Leaving from Lehman
Please check out our Events page for more details
Friday, December 27, 2013
Thursday, October 3, 2013
Fall Foliage Travel Cruise - Sunday 10/06/2013
Wow, "Did we pick the right weekend to see the leaves or what?"The Hi Lites Motor Club will be participating in a “Fall Foliage Travel Cruise” on Sunday, October 6th.
We started this tradition last year and had an absolute blast. We take a easy ride (5 mph under the speed limit) with a large lineup of beautiful cars and get more looks, waves and cheers than the train ride at Knoebels. Last year we had 23 cars and about 30 participants. This year we hope to make the event even bigger.
Cars will start to gather at 8:30 AM at “Gunn Brothers Garage” (across rt 118 from the Citco Station in Lehman) and will head out at 9:00 AM.
We are planning on having some coffee and light snacks between 8:30 and 9:00.
The travel cruise will head out to the “Quaker Steak and Lube" restaurant located in the Buckhorn section of Bloomsburg. The travel path will have us head west on RT118, turn left onto 487 South and then take the onramp to I 80 in Bloomsburg. The restaurant is just off the Buckhorn exit on I 80.
After spending some time at the Bike Barn, we will continue on Rt 11 North and arrive back in Lehman sometime mid afternoon.
Although participants are not required to travel to Bill's Bike Barn, we would ask that those who choose to head home after the meal, wait in the Quaker Steak and Lube parking lot until all others who will be following the cruise have left for Bill's Bile Barn. Last year there was a lot of confusion when cars wanting to go to Bill's were following cars that were heading home.
After a nice meal and a few photos, participants are welcome to continue on with the cruise to “Bill's Bike Barn, located only a short distance away, (10 -15 min) where participants will be able to see vintage motorcycles, military displays, and vintage posters and memorabilia. (Check out their web site). There is $5.00 admission per person to Bill's.
This travel cruise is open to all members and friends of the Hi Lites Motor Club.
If there are any questions, please use the contact form on the Hi Lites website.
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Friday, September 20, 2013
Twist and Shake Cruise July 20th 2013
It was the night of the Fords as all four trophies went to Ford owners.
First off, Tom Weaver with his beautiful 66 Ford Fairlane
Secondly Bruce Vanderhoff with his 1979 Ford F150 Step-side was a definite crowd pleaser
The next trophy went to an absolutely gorgeous 1964 Food Galaxy 500 owned by Michael Bednar from Dallas
And lastly the Dave Nuss Memorial Trophy went to Stanley Karp with his 1969 Ford Mustang Mach
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Car Show at the Lehman High School
As his senior project, Joe Wojcik of Lake Township has put together a car show scheduled for Saturday September 21st from 12 - 4 in the Lake Lehman High School parking lot.
Proceeds from this event will benefit MOA Script fund (Medical Oncology Associates Prescription Assistance Fund)
There will prizes, a 50/50 raffle, a Basket Raffle and Refreshments. Please help show you support by attending.
For additional information, call 570-313-1164
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Pikes Creek Park Cruise Postponed
The Pikes Creek Park Cruise scheduled for Saturday the 21st has been postponed due to weather concerns. We will be having the Cruise on Sunday September 22nd at 3pm (weather permitting)
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Monday, July 1, 2013
Dave Nuss Memorial Service
The Hi-Lites Motor Club will be attending Dave Nuss's Memorial Service On Sunday July 7th. As most are well aware, Dave served as the club's secretary for many years and was a cornerstone of the club. We will be trying to show every ounce of support our club can put together. We are sure every club member will want to be in attendance with their car to honor Dave and support his family. Please see the flyer below. We will be meeting at the New WalMart in Tunkhannock at 12:15 and traveling as a group to the church.
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July Monthly Meeting Scheduled for 7/3/13
Hi-Lites will be having their monthly meeting on July 3rd at Grotto Pizza starting at 7:00pm. New members are always welcome. On the agenda is the Cruise Scheduled for July. We have two cruises scheduled for July; the first is on the 20th at Twist and Shake (5-8pm) and then on the 27th at St. Pauls Lutheran Church (1-4pm). We will also be discussing Dave Nuss's Memorial Service on July 7th.
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Monday, May 27, 2013
June Meeting Scheduled for May 5th
|69' Firebird owner George Cave|
Hi-Lites will be having their monthly meeting on June 5th at Grotto Pizza starting at 7:00pm. New members are always welcome. On the agenda is the Cruise scheduled for June 22nd at The Big B Restaurant and I/C on Rt. 11 just north of Berwick.
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Saturday, May 18, 2013
Opening Cruise is a Huge Success
|'49 Dodge Coronet|
While waiting for the prizes and trophies some of the participants took their smack talking to the go-cart track to finally puit an end to the "Who is the best driver" argument. In this round, it wasn't Ford vs. Chevy, but rather Briggs vs. Tecumseh.
Other winners included PeteVogrin with his 69' AMX,
John Doty with his 64' Chevrolet.
You can check out more photos from the event by visiting our Picasa Web album here.
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Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Cruise Season Starts Saturday May 18th
This cruise always packs a crowd and is great fun for everyone. Part of the success of the Pikes Creek Raceway Cruises is that there is so much to do besides just looking at some really cool cars. Another reason this cruise will be so amazing is that club members and friends have been working hard on their winter projects and can now show them off to everyone. While at the cruise guests can ride go carts, play mini golf and kids can enjoy the playground equipment and listen to some great music DJ'd by the one and only Jack Judge.
This season we will be awarding 4 trophies at each event. We added a trophy to the normal three this year in honor of are dearly departed member Dave Nuss. Dave was the club secretary for years and you may remember him as our Public Address Announcer at many of our past events. This year each show will have a Crew Chief and Pit crew. The Pit Crew will be responsible for picking the three random winners and the Crew Chief will be responsible for picking the winner of the Dave Nuss Memorial Trophy.
We invite you to join us for few hours of great family fun and a chance to enjoy our hobby with us. We look forward to seeing you their
Remember... "Take a Kid to a Car Show".
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Labels: cruise, Pikes Creek Raceway Park
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Monthly Meeting - May 1st 2013
At the meeting the yearly flyers were handed out and two memberships were accepted. It was reported the trophies were completed and that someone would need to pick them up. This year. there will be four trophies at every event. The fourth was added this year in memory of our loved and trusted secretary David Nuss who passed away this past December. We will miss him
There was a Spring Car Cruise discussed and that will take place is interest is sufficient. The cruise will take place Saturday May 11th and will be a short trip to Berwick with a stop at the Big B. Restaurant. Any one interested in participating should contact Jack Judge immediately so arrangements can be finalized. If the interest isn't adequate, the cruise will be cancelled. Jack can be reached at 477-2477.
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