The last minute plan for the Irish Ramble at Lulu’s on Main in Sylva, North Carolina to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day turned into a full-blown rumble as the event quickly escalated from a 15 person event to 34+ members.

APR Member, Rob Wallace made an outstanding presentation on engine systems to a standing-room-only crowd.

We held our March social mixer at the Sierra Nevada Taproom on a chilly evening.

PCA Parade will be held at the Lake of the Ozarks Tan-Tar-A Resort on July 8-14 2018.

On March 9, 2018 the PCA-sponsored Werks Reunion for the east coast was held at the Omni Resort on Amelia Island, Florida.

It was good to see so many of our Region members at the UNCA STEAM Studio with UNCA Motorsports!

Irish Green is the chosen color of the Porsche family personal vehicles so it is only fitting that the PCA Appalachian Region celebrates St. Patrick’s Day as friends/club with a drive and a traditional Irish meal.

The Appalachian Region has two chairs that have requested formation of committees to oversee activities:

At the December Holiday/Christmas party, Michael Dietzel won the grand prize, a certificate for the Porsche Experience Center in Atlanta or One Porsche Drive (OPD). This is his report on the experience.

There are several upcoming regional/national PCA event registration dates to highlight:

The Appalachian Region, Porsche Club of America is hosting Appalachian Adventure at The Ridges Resort on Lake Chatuge in Young Harris, GA on August 17-19, 2018.

We met this time at Blue Ghost Brewing in Fletcher.

At our first meeting of 2018 we toured the UNC Asheville's Scirence, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math Studio.

Every road-going Porsche from the 356 up to today’s modern 911 can trace its roots to a race car that came before it.