The Mustang Club of Indianapolis, Inc. 
The Mustang Club of Indianapolis Member Meetings are held the First Thursday of every month at 7:00 p.m.  at the Boy Scouts Crossroads Corporate Office, 7125 Fall Creek North, Indianapolis, IN 46256
Agenda: Introduction of new members and guests, reports on membership & monthly outings, raffle, crying towel, cash drawing, plus much more…
April Outing
Let's Go Bowling! 
Strike Force Lanes in Greenfield will host the next
outing on April 6th, 2014. The cost will be $10.00 per
person for three games. Shoes are included. Pizza
and drinks will be provided. Please bring some type of
dessert to share. Bowling will start at 1:00 pm. We
will meet at 11:45 at the Boy Scout Office for
anyone interested in a short Pony Drive to the event.
We will leave promptly at noon. If you choose not to
participate in the Pony Drive please arrive at bowling alley at 12:45 pm.
This outing sponsored by: Jennifer Brown and Frank Frost.

Board Meeting: Thursday, April 10, 2014
6:00 p.m. Dinner, 7:00 p.m. Meeting
Meeting location:
 Denny's 1720 W. Thompson Rd., Indianapolis, IN 46217

Race to Indy: 2014 is obviously a big year for all of us as Mustang Owners. In addition to this being the 50th Anniversary of the Mustang, it is also the 35th Annual MCI Race to Indy. This year, the MCI Board of Directors had to make a difficult decision to cancel our June 7, 2014, show.  
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A little bit about the Mustang Club of Indianapolis 
The Mustang Club of Indianapolis was founded in 1978 under the name of "Indy Mustangs" with the purpose of encouraging the preservation &  the enjoyment of the Ford Mustang manufactured from 1964 to 1973. The club was reorganized in 1981, adopting the current name, The Mustang Club of Indianapolis, Inc. The club now recognizes all Mustangs, including current models.  In 1987, The Mustang Club of Indianapolis, Inc. became a regional member of the Mustang Club of America. The association with the Mustang Club of America allows The Mustang Club of Indianapolis, Inc. to provide more opportunities, events and information to its members. The Mustang Club of Indianapolis, Inc. annually hosts a major show and swap meet, and it continues to grow not only in its membership, but in the scope of its activities. 
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Benefits of Membership 
As the Mustang Club has grown, it has provided more for it members. Some of those benefits are: 
♦ Exchange of information on obtaining cars, parts, and reputable service. 
♦ Communication networks for sellers and buyers. Members may advertise for free in the club’s newsletter. 
♦ Enjoy discounts given to members by certain businesses. 
♦ Monthly newsletter listing the activities for this and other clubs, car shows, updated information on the administration of the club, and technical articles. 
♦ Monthly meetings and outings. 
♦ Each membership is a family membership. The entire family can enjoy the activities and benefits offered. 
♦ Support from other members on restorations, technical problems, and caravans to other events. 
♦ Regional association with the Mustang Club of America

The Club Point System
The club has has an established point system to reward members who participate in club activities for many years.
Club Meetings:  1 point for attending, 1 point for driving a Mustang to the meeting. 
Club Outings:  2 points for attending, 2 points for driving a Mustang, 2 points for hosting an outing. 
Club Show:  4 points for showing or displaying a car, 2 points for each day worked at the show. 
Track Events:  2 points for each day worked. 

Your overall points will be totaled at the end of the year. If you have 90% of the total possible points, you will receive a blue tag, 75% red tag and 60% will receive a white tag. 
The tags will have the year it is earned on it and be displayed on a name tag. Many of our long time members have filled up one tag and are working on their next. 
There are late and early model trophies given to families who drive their Mustangs the most to club functions.

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