spite of the recent increase in COVID restrictions, I hope that you were able to enjoy a fun and safe Thanksgiving with family and friends.

Happy Thanksgiving!! Although many Regions still have events to execute in our Zone 3, most of this note is about looking to 2021 and making you aware of some super events to put on your calendar. But 2 things before we look at next year:

Table RockThe day started chilly in Asheville but 24 Porsches and 39 members braved the cold to drive from Hendersonville to Table Rock State Park in South Carolina for a picnic.

Many car collectors dream of finding that rare car in a barn, old garage, or abandoned outdoors.

Joe Watson put together another sold out Breakfast Ramble with 25 Appalachian Region members coming together at the Smoky Mountain Diner in Hot Springs.

Fall is Here!

About a dozen Appalachian members met on October 14 at Highland Brewing to celebrate fall.

After a foggy start at 8:30 am. the day turned into a great one for early-fall viewing.

PCA members can enroll their children, grandchildren, nieces, or nephews under the age of 18 in the free PCA Junior program.

On August 19th PCA National named the Appalachian Region as the winner of the Public Service Award given each year to the PCA Region that demonstrates the best interaction with its local charities.

Carolinas Region PCA will be hosting their last event of the year at Virginia International Raceway November 20-22. 

Breakfast Rambles finally returned to the Appalachian Region calendar as an event that could be held, and comply with the Covid gathering guidelines.

In addition to the huge regional social media presence, the club is active at the National level, too. Join us for our daily posts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

David Stori put together a great and sold-out SUV drive for the Appalachian Region, with 12 SUV’s and 42 members participating.

As some of you are aware, PCA National broadcasted the yearly National Awards on You Tube last night.  If you weren't watching here's how the Appalachian Region fared...

Zone 3 Wins, Places and Shows at National Awards!

Hello PCA members in Zone 3! We have had positive net growth as a zone through July of slightly over 1%. Peachstate is number 3 in the member growth contest and Appalachian is number 4 in the factored growth.

Sixteen Appalachian Region members in 11 Porsches met up in Waynesville to start a two-day overnight trip to the Tapoco Lodge for a drive of the Tail of the Dragon in Deals Gap, Tennessee.