New FERA Club Formation Process
If you have an idea for a new club contact Vice President of Club Activities;
FERA Awards Guidelines
Please review the Document Link below and send Detailed Nomination to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ford Motorcycle Club is a group of motorcyclists interested in supporting and encouraging safe and enjoyable motorcycling through regular organized rides and events, rider training courses, sharing motorcycle-related information & rider experiences, and portraying motorcyclists as responsible users of the road.
We typically gather for weekly rides between 6:00 p.m. and 6:15 p.m. at the K-Mart parking lot at the intersection of Haggerty and Ann Arbor Roads in Plymouth. After a brief announcement from the ride leader about general safety reminders and where we’re going, we line up in staggered formation and depart for the 60-90 minute group ride promptly at 6:30 p.m.
Other events are also listed on the website www.fordmotorcycleclub.org and the gathering details to ride to such events are usually communicated through the membership E-Mail distribution list.
We have an annual picnic that includes some fun and simple motorcycle games and great food!
We also have an annual winter ‘inauguration’ party, usually in January.
Club members will frequently plan rides and invite others to join on weekend (or even week-long) trips like Mid-Ohio Vintage Bike Races in July.
Our dues are $20.00 annually and you must have a motorcycle endorsement to ride with the group.
We recommend that you join us for at least one ride before deciding to join.
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The objectives of the club are to further Genealogical Research and to assist Club Members who are encountering research problems.
Members’ experience ranges from beginner to those who have published findings after many years or research. Every member has an interest in helping and sharing the fun of Genealogy.
We meet in Dearborn, Michigan, on the second Thursday of each month. If you are ever in the Metro Detroit area you are welcome to join us at any of our meetings.
The Rearview Mirror, the club newsletter, is published 4 times per year.
German Language and Culture Club – The GLCC promotes understanding and enjoyment of German language and culture. Everyone is welcome to join; you don’t have to speak German. We have regular lunch meetings and happy hours, plus other activities and outings.
We are a competitive handgun club. We have two teams that compete on a regular basis during the season (September through April). You do not have to compete to be a member.
1. Rimfire Team (.22 Caliber) has 15 matches per season.
2. Centerfire Team (any Centerfire Caliber) has 10 matches per season. No Jacketed or Magnum ammunition allowed.
We shoot a National Match Course:
+ 10 Rounds of Slow Fire (10 minutes)
+ 10 Rounds of Timed Fire (2 strings of 5 shots-20 seconds per string)
+ 10 Rounds of Rapid Fire (2 strings of 5 shots-10 seconds per string)
+ Repeat that sequence for a total of 60 shots per match with 600 points possible. There is a handicap system similar to bowling.
Additional Contact Info :
William Shope email@example.com
U of M Dearborn Officers:
Ford Hockey League (FHL) Officers – U of M Dearborn Field House Ice Arena
President – Nathan Radl – firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice-President – Mike Normand – email@example.com
Treasurer – Alex Contreraz – firstname.lastname@example.org
Webmaster – Mike Normand – email@example.com
Allen Park Officers:
Ford “No Boundaries” Hockey League (Ford NBHL) Officers – Allen Park Civic Ice Arena
President – Dan Grube – firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice-President – David Barlage email@example.com
Treasurer – Nadine Grabowski – firstname.lastname@example.org
Webmaster – Chuck Wyman – email@example.com
FHL45 Officers – Dearborn Ice Skating Center
President – Gary Mazzella – firstname.lastname@example.org
VP/Treasurer – Bob Darrow – email@example.com
Webmaster – Brik Pardo – Brik.Pardo@wilmar.com
Ford Model Railroad Club, FMRC, was created by Ford Employees sharing an interest in model railroading. We have a large modular layout that combines HO scale with O gauge trains. The goal of the club is to have an excellent operating layout that demonstrates the members’ interests in both scales. If you would like to join please email us your name, address, and phone number you can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Ask for Len or Edwina.
We encourage Ford employees and retirees to join but welcome people from outside of the Ford Motor Company family. The club meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at the World Headquarters cafeteria, US 12 Michigan Ave
and M39 Southfield Expressway in Dearborn Michigan, from 6 to 8 pm. We invite you to come and see what the club is about.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Leonard and Edwina Pittaway
We are a division of the Ford Employee Recreation Association (FERA) and exist to give Ford Fanatics a place to come and enjoy all things Ford. We welcome anyone to the general membership whether you are associated with Ford Motor Company or just have a love of the products. We strive to provide an environment where anyone of any age can come and enjoy Motorsports with like minded people. Our events range from drag racing, karting, autocross, car shows, road rallies and whatever else our members enjoy. Regular meetings will be held during the months when we do not have events planned. Events and meetings usually take place on the third Thursday of every month, but check our calendar for any changes or updates.
Cost of membership starts at $15 for a single year and is discounted depending on the number of additional years you purchase. As a member, you will receive your official FMC membership card, decal, welcome letter and access to any and all club affiliated discounts with our business partners and sister clubs. You will also receive our quarterly newsletter and invitations to our annual summer picnic and Christmas party. Both events include dinner and are free to our members in good standing and their families!
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to E mail. Thank you for visiting our website, I look forward to seeing you as a new member!
The TANGO paintball club open to ALL experience levels. The games we play are designed around the new players. The experienced players are there to help you if you’ve never played before.
The TANGO Paintball Club is a FERA club since 1996 that is made up of paintballers from Ford Motor Company, Visteon Corporation, plus a ton-o-folks from other companies and their friends.
We play all of our rec-games (recreational games) on Saturdays at No Limits Extreme Action Paintball in Taylor.
Note: There is also plenty of opportunity to play in some special scenario type games.
The Ford Photo Club is proud to be a long-time member of the Ford Employees Recreation Association. Today, its membership is strong and diverse, with members from all walks of life and at all levels of photographic experience. Directed by its Constitution to enhance its member’s knowledge and enjoyment of photography, the Club offers monthly meetings with focused discussions on matters of composition, exposure, lighting, printing, and whatever else might come up as a topic that would benefit the photographic enthusiast.
With the advances in capability, and reductions in cost, of digital cameras, processing, and printing, the Golden Era of Avocational Photography is clearly, right now. Today’s photographic equipment and methods are better, easier to use and more affordable than ever before, and that fact is bringing lots of new people to explore the art and craft of photography. Today’s Ford Photo Club is strong and robust, welcoming all photographic technology, including the latest digital photo and video, but also vintage cameras, film, Polaroid, and pinhole imaging.
The Club also encourages its members to contribute to their communities. Photo Club members have participated with the Dearborn Animal Shelter, the Komen Foundation Race for the Cure, Make-a-Wish Foundation, Ford Accelerated Action Days, and a number of other community service organizations, as photographers, technical advisors, and as general labor.
The club meets at 5:00 pm in Dearborn on the third Thursday of the month.
Contact us at email@example.com or ThomasBone@comcast.net
The Ford Quarter Century Club is open to all Ford Employees and retirees with 25 or more years of service.
The Club hosts two luncheon/dinner meetings annually with door prizes, entertainment 50/50 raffles and good fellowship.
For an application form, please contact: Quarter Century Club Treasurer, Madeline Hartman,
Club dues are only $8 per year.
We are the Ford Amateur Radio League, also known as “The Tin Lizzy Club”. We enjoy Amateur Radio as well as electronics in general. We hold Amateur radio license training sessions and also conduct testing examinations. We have regular Club meetings and several social and field events throughout the year and publish a Club newsletter (The Bolt). Please check out our club website for more information at: http://www.k8utt.org
Contacts: Dave Treharne firstname.lastname@example.org
Roger Reini email@example.com
Welcome to the Ford Investment Clubs, where we want everyone to become a millionaire! We share, discuss, and gain more knowledge about the wonderful world of stock market investments.
We function via two sub-clubs that actively invest in the stock market. These clubs are open to anyone with a valid US SSN.
The first, and oldest, is Lunch Money Investment Club (LMIC). Started in 2003 they meet monthly on the 3rd Wednesday of the month, 11:30-12:30, to buy/sell individual stocks. They use the BetterInvesting methodology of stock analysis for long term growth. BetterInvesting (www.BetterInvesting.org) is a national non-profit whose goal since 1951 has been to teach long-term growth stock investing to individuals. LMIC has a website at www.bivio.com/LMIC where one can find additional information on the club.
Club contact is Bob Mann RMANN@ford.com
The second club, founded in 2008, is The Passive (Investment) Club (TPC). They also meet monthly on the 3rd Wednesday of the month, 11-11:30, to buy/sell Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). They follow a lazy-portfolio strategy whereby the world’s stock markets are divided into 9 non-overlapping asset classes (each represented by an ETF) and they mechanically buy some of each ETF every month. TPC has a website at www.bivio.com/TPC where one can find additional information on the club.
Club contacts are John Janci JJANCI@ford.com or Bob Mann RMANN@ford.com
The Ford Runners Club (FRC) is a very active club with over 500 Ford Motor Company employee, retiree, and alumni members receiving our monthly club communications and participation in several events throughout the year.
The club has weekly group training runs at a local high school track starting from March through October. The FRC’s main event each year is a charity road running and track and field competition vs GM and Chrysler called the Corporate Cup Relays that is held in June. This competition is a lot of fun and raises money for local Special Olympics chapters as well as another local charity.
Other Club events include participation in the Crim Ten Mile Team Competition in August, Brooksie Way Half Marathon Team Competition in the fall, Club Meetings where we bring in guest speakers on running related topics, and various fun runs and volunteering as a group at local races.
If you’re interested in joining, please fill out the request on our website at http://fordrunnersclub.org/join