Are you a racing enthusiast? Does your son or daughter show an interest in racing? For information about joining a local club and to attend a Fall novice school, contact information is below. Classes are forming now!
Please be advised of the change to the harness/seatbelts. 2015 will require a 5 point restraint. Also a reminder that drivers must wear a complete fire suit or jacket/pants. This was sent out in yesterday's Quarter Reporter from Jody Attuno, National Safety Director.
New or renewal subscriptions can be purchased through the link on the quartermidgets.org website. QMA will receive $5 per new or renewal subscription and then will be distributed to the clubs with the Vega Tire money at the end of the 2015 race season (after end of the year books are closed, Charters and insurance is submitted). Along with the monthly publication, there are daily internet articles. Please have your Publicity Director submit articles to Karen in the National office prior to the 20th of the month for print, who will forward the articles accordingly. Speed Sport was unaware of the quarter midget community until this summer when they covered the Dirt Grands. They are creating a youth racing page and are looking for high quality articles pertaining to the history of the clubs of QMA.
PLEASE NOTE: An article, reporting on the 2015 Eastern Grands, will be published in the next (August)
National Speed Sport News magazine. Make your order TODAY - use the link above (or below). Show them our drivers BELONG in their magazine and in the national spotlight!!!
Schnecksville Fire Co will be holding a benefit breakfast on Sunday January 31st, 2016 from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm for the Grantham Family
Bob Grantham, an active fire fighter at the Schnecksville Fire Co for the past 5 years, and his son Tyler have been through some tough medical issues this past year. We would like to help get the family back on their feet. Tyler, who is 11, was diagnosed with double pneumonia which then turned into an infection in his brain. Tyler required surgery to remove the infection. He is now back home for the last 6 weeks on IV and has just recently returned to school. Bob has been battling cancer and is winning the fight!
Breakfast January 31st 8:00 am to 1:00 pm
at the Schnecksville Fire Co
4550 Old Packhouse Road
Schnecksville PA 18078
Boot Drive for the family in Monetary Gifts and Gift Card donations will be set up at entrance.
50% of the total profit will be given to the Grantham Family
Please come out and support a volunteer that is always there to support our community in a time a need!