Salem Community Patriot May 20, 2011 - 7
Rockingham Park Cruise-In Night Car Show
by S. Aaron Shamshoyan Rockingham park hosted a Cruisin’
car show featuring Modified, Vintage, and Classic cars on show to the public. The show was hosted by Ed Ledoux of Rockingham Park, who was very happy with the event. “I think we did very well,” Ledoux said, referencing the 70- plus cars at the show. Ledoux said over the summer, the show can grow to over 215 cars. He said he would like to see more older cars and Mustangs. Contests include a people’s choice competition for a trophy, and certificates for best modified, truck, and Cruisin’. A show favorite, Joe Pellegrino showed off his 1954 Mercury Monterey. The car is in pristine condition, and has won many awards. Last year, Pellegrino and his Monterey took home best of show at the finale event. “I just enjoy the car,” Pellegrino said, “but the people more.” Pellegrino brings his Mercury to many events all over the region. Mike Roberts of Salem displayed his
Boat Ramp Courtesy
At the boat ramp ... When a lane is clear, back down the ramp slowly until the
engine’s cooling water intakes are submerged. Start the engine. Letting it warm up prevents the engine from stalling at critical times when leaving the trailer. Once the boat engine is running, check to see that everything is operating properly. Ease the engine into and out of reverse a few times. If it doesn’t stall, the boat may be unloaded. Unhook the bow winch hook. Control the launch with the boat’s forward and reverse throttle. Once off the trailer, lower the drive unit or motor. On the water ... Do not tie on to launch docks or block the ramp while parking
Joe Pellegrino shows off his 1954 Mercury Monterey
1972 Chevy Nova SS 350. Roberts bought the car three years ago and said at the time the car was half done. “I did a lot of engine work,” he said, and also mentioned a 1973 Chevy Nova he was working on at home. Roberts says he enjoys driving the car to the beach. Rockingham Park Cruisin’ Nights are
held every other Saturday, May through September, and more information can be found on their Website, www. rockcruisein.com
the tow vehicle. Move the boat away from the ramp to await the return of the tow vehicle driver. If you boat alone, pull into an area away from the ramp before parking the tow vehicle. Retrieving your boat ... Drop a person off to pick up the vehicle and trailer while the boat and occupants wait offshore. Do not block a ramp with your boat or vehicle. The line at the ramp is formed by the tow vehicle’s position in the line, not by the boat’s position. Back the trailer down the ramp into a launch lane. The boat operator can slowly drive onto the trailer or the vehicle operator can connect the winch hook to the boat and crank the boat up onto the trailer. Be sure the boat is centered on the trailer and the lower unit is raised before pulling out. Proceed to an uncongested area of the parking lot to further secure the boat.
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Rose Halloran and Jude from the Boys and Girls Club, who were selling 50/50 tickets to support the club, stand with Tom Beggan and his 1994 Ferrari 348, Jude’s favorite car of the show
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HYPE at Windham Country Club
by S. Aaron Shamshoyan Helping Young Professionals Excel (HYPE) met at Windham Country Club for networking and golf pointers. Owner Joanne Flynn and her staff gave lessons in their new Golf Academy facility where slow-motion cameras record your swing and allow for tips to be provided. The facility is located on the driving range where balls are hit from
inside, giving an accurate swing analysis. The golf pros then suggested corrections to each golf swing, and improvements were seen immediately. After the lessons, the group headed to the clubhouse for a time of networking and raffle prizes. For more information about HYPE visit www.gshype.com
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