MV Judging question yes or no

From: Steve & Jeanne Keith (cckw@attbi.com)
Date: Fri Feb 07 2003 - 04:19:12 PST


My club, The Merrimack Valley Military Vehicle Collectors has a specific
ban on judging at our rally in Weare NH every year.

We had seen the problems created in other clubs and the club we left
to form our own, the New England Chapter (NEC) of the MVCC.

It causes too much friction and internal problems no matter how you do it;
judges ot popular vote. How can you compete agains me if I can affort to
have my HMV professionally restored and transported to the show?

I suggest leaving judging to the national and just have fun....

Steve Keith, Secretary MVMVC AKA Dr Deuce

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave Brubaker" <b52d@piace.com>
To: "Military Vehicles Mailing List" <mil-veh@mil-veh.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 06, 2003 11:33 PM
Subject: [MV] MV Judging question

> Our club is having a one day rally in June and we are going to hand out a
> few trophies for basic categories, defined by weight class.
>
> The thing is that I would like to build a simple but effective judging
team
> and also keep them impartial to all contestants, local or not. We really
> want to avoid favoritism at all costs, this would allow the club members
who
> are working so hard to make this work the opportunity to participate.
>
> Does anybody out among this group have any ideas or practical experience
in
> this topic?
>
> Many thanks!
>
> David & Donna Brubaker
> Member MVPA #18115
> M-151A2
> http://www.piace.com/~b52d/
> President: Mid-Kansas MVPA
> http://www.mkmvpa.com
>
> KCěNZN
>
>
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