15 Days and Counting

A timely reminder to send in your registration and/or your annual dues.

You will see this billboard on US Hwy 84. Snyder is waiting! Come on out!!!

Working Board1

By the way, if you enjoy TCC history, go and look through the History Tab and the Founder’s Award Tab on the website.

See you in Snyder. Chrysti Love

UPDATED PRICE: Jack Miller has 1959 Eagle for Sale SOLD March 22,2018

For sale a 1959 Cushman Eagle. Ready for rideing in 100 year club.
Have a NOS fork shield and a 63 tooth sprocket included in sale. Rides
great and has been ridden to 11,000 feet in New Mexico at a meet
there. Motor and transmisson were restored and ridden 700 miles.

Price OLD PRICE: $4400.00 NEW PRICE: $4100. OR MAKE AN OFFER

Contact Info
Jack Miller, Texas club #1610 and National club #13644

Phone 936-855-9962, Scotter location Hilltop Lakes, Texas

Could bring to TCC meet in Snyder if interest is shown



“Chance to Win Big” at the State Meet

It is less than two weeks until we will be gathering in Snyder to begin the 35th State Cushman Meet.

Please remember we will be having the Ice Cream Social and Auction on Thursday night. The proceeds are to be used to donate to the American Cancer Society and to offset the costs of the State Meet. Bring an item to donate plus some money to spend.

I thought you needed to be reminded to play this new game that Richard Kesselus has created.

Now for the BIG SURPRISE! The grand prize will be……. a blanket printed with all 35 State Meet patches plus the TCC logo.

This was created and donated  by Raymond and Chrysti Love with images provided by Jim and Jill Wadlow.


Greetings: Here is a new game we are going to play in Snyder. The folks in Snyder have been very gracious and helpful in our quest to have our State Meet in their City. So, in return we thought it would be fitting to pay them back in kind. We are going to call the game “Chance to Win Big”. Below is a list of the Snyder Chamber of Commerce members. Go over the list of Chamber members and if there is a product you need wait until you get to Snyder to make the purchase. Our game will be a raffle of sorts and you can receive one raffle ticket for each receipt you have from a Chamber member, one per day from each member. Example if there is a gas station Chamber member you can only get one raffle ticket for a receipt from that member per day go back the next day and make a purchase get another ticket. Tickets will also be available for sale. There will be one grand prize and several other prizes. The more tickets you have in the jug the better your chance to “Win Big”. The tickets will be drawn at the Banquet and you must be present to win. Looking forward to our time together in West Texas. Richard


Snyder Chamber of Commerce Members (Partial List)


The Blessed Nest

Automotive Parts/Services

Blake Fulenwider Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram

NAPA Auto Parts

Nix’s Auto and Tire Service

The Auto Circle


Wooden Willow Boutique

Delirious Digs/ The Speckled Herd Market


The Blessed Nest


Convenience Store


Fabric and Notions

Granny Fay’s Closet

Nana Bear’s Notions

Grocery Store

United Supermarkets


Home Improvement/Hardware

Wadleigh Lock & Key

Home Interiors & Gifts

Classic Interiors

Hotels & Motels

American Motor Inn

Baymont Inn & Suites

Beacon Lodge

Best Western Snyder Inn

Budget Inn

Comfort Inn & Suites

Days Inn of Snyder

Executive Inn

Extended Stay Motel Snyder

Fairfield Inn & Suites

Hampton Inn

Holiday Inn Express

Purple Sage Motel

Travel Inn


Wadleigh Lock & Key


Higginbotham Bros & Co

Snyder Lumber Co


The entire list of Chamber members may be found at http://snyderchamber.chambermaster.com/list


West Texas Fair and Parade Event Sept. 2017

Thanks to Don Henry, Don Paige, and John Hensley for preparing this Meet. The weather was wonderful and there were 3 days of Cushman friends together. We enjoyed meals at Skeets, The Cove, Sharon Allen’s Barbeque, and Mrs. Allen’s. 

Thursday 13 scooters headed toward Buffalo Gap out of the home base of Windmill RV Park, Merkel, Tx.

Don Henry and Barton Burgoon drove the chase vehicle.

Don Paige lead the rides.

Bill Tate, B.F. Smith, Pete Henderson, Martin Stafford, and Gary Mathis.

2 of our newest members, Gene Perry and James Perry. James’s son, Greg, is also a new member. 

Friday morning we rode toward Sweetwater Lake and LUNCH! 

17 scooters and 3 chase vehicles. 

Beth Doan and Belinda Beck


Chrysti Love, Jane and James Press

  Raymond and Chrysti Love

Armando Trevino, Ted Grisham, and Don Paige

Pete Henderson and Jack Miller

  Louis Smith, Bill Tate, and Bill Beck

Jane and Martin Stafford, Armando Trevino, and Ted Gresham

We all met at Mrs. Allen’s in Sweetwater for lunch. Around 27 people enjoyed the bowls of fried chicken, ham, and home cooked vegetables plus rolls.

Margaret and Armando Trevino


Greg Perry, James Perry, and Gary Mathis

The following are pictures of the reason this Ride is a big tradition in the Big Country Area plans each year.


There were several members who come out to ride in this once a year parade. 20 scooters represented the Texas Cushman Club.

Many thanks to Margaret Trevino and Belinda Beck for sharing their pictures.

Those attending: Don and Judy Henry, Barton Burgoon, Don Paige and Beth Doan, Ted Gresham, Raymond and Chrysti Love, Bill and Belinda Beck, B.F. Smith, Pete Henderson, Gary Mathis, Gene Perry, James Perry, Greg Perry, Bill and Mary Tate, Jack and Emma Miller, Martin and Jane Stafford, Armando and Margaret Trevino, James and Jane Press.

Please comment on the ones I missed who rode in the parade. 

A complete write up will appear in the next newsletter.

Don Jacks Drops His Price!

This was posted in Feb.

For Sale: 1962 Cushman Eagle, Doug Moore restoration in 2004; cream yellow paint; original 8 hp Cushman motor overhauled 2004 – 5,500 miles. Contact Donald Jacks, TCC 3008, 214-502-1059 for more information. $5,999 OBO.
See. Feb. 22, 2017 blog post for picture. (It is cream yellow painted.)

Don Jacks contacted me today, Sept. 6, and this is his message.

“Thanks so much for continuing to run the FOR SALE ad on my ’62 Eagle. I want to reduce the current $5,999 price listed in the ad to $4,499 or OBO and see if someone will step up and make an offer. Guess you could call me a motivated seller.”