A Report by Dave Draper
Take a bright blue sky, whispy white clouds, about 100 beautiful Street Rods, rock &
roll music from the 50's, and a bunch of pinstripers, a huge craft show and what do you
get? Overwhelmed with excitement like I did!
The Pinhead Meet was part of "Crusin' For Camp Courageous"
fund raiser, which provides individuals with disabilities many activities in a camp
setting in Monticello, Iowa. The Pinhead Central section was located in an outdoor area
under some whispering pine trees. The Crowds watched on as they striped and lettered
everything from mailboxes to automotive creepers.
These decorated items them were auctioned to a very large crowd that attended. Around
$740.00 was raised in the Pinhead auction. We even had a 4x8 race track set up to stripe,
to see who was the fastest striper with the fewest mistakes. The best times were around 18
seconds with 1 boo boo!
John Hulick hosted the Pinheads Meet. Several pinheads showed up at
John & Sharron's country farm house the evening before the event, where they were
treated to a evening campfire and broasted chicken. With plenty of beds, Sharron insisted
they spend the night, and then made breakfast for all the next the morning. What a host!
Here are the Pinheads and Letterheads that were on hand in
- Dave Draper from Bloomington, Illinois
- Terry Egger from Dayton, Ohio
- Hugh Hoffman from Mt. Vernon, Iowa
- John and Sharron Hulick from Mt. Vernon, Iowa
- Lee Hulick ( Johns brother ) New Carlisle, Ohio
- Jerry J. Kehoe, Hopkinton, Iowa
- Jack Lindenberger and his wife from Evansville, Indiana
- Shane Syx from Fairborn, Ohio
Mark you calanders for mid-May 1999 and join the fun next year!
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