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Author: Doug Trost   -   dtrost2nd~AT~sbcglobal~DOT~net
please keep up the great work you are doing for all car guys and gals we love this calendar. Many need this as an outlet for information on car shows. I run 2 weekly cruise nights and 5 annual shows. We need this site to get the word out and the car owners that use this calendar to find the shows. We need this site!!!!

Germantown Wisconsin
January 4 2022 12:09

Author: Doug Trost   -   dtrost2nd~AT~sbcglobal~DOT~net
just checking on when my cruise nights that I sent to you on Sunday will be posted

Germantown wisconsin
January 4 2022 12:01

Author: Patty   -   ccswing~AT~wi~DOT~rr~DOT~com
I would just be thrilled to know if any of our car guys are still looking at this site. It's going to be a ton of work to keep the events updated on the calendar and I would hope that someone would get use out of it.

Brookfield, WI
December 23 2021 15:36

Author: Lars
This is looking pretty good Patty. It is a lot more straight forward than facebook where your post go everywhere for all to see. Not that this is private - but only car people will come here.

Brookfield, WI
December 11 2021 18:07

Author: Patty Russell   -   ccswing~AT~wi~DOT~rr~DOT~com
We have lost a good friend and a founder of Wednesday Night Classics.
Tom Hekkers passed away on Wednesday, September 15, 2021. He was 72 years old.

Tom was born on August 2, 1949, in Berlin, Wisconsin.

He attended Hillcrest Elementary and Waukesha South High School. Upon graduation, Tom enlisted in the United States Army (1968-1970) RVN-sergeant/platoon leader serving in the Central Highlands at An Khe, Vietnam. Upon return to civilian life, and with a keen eye for color, Tom turned his expertise to color systems management at Quad/Graphics. Over the years, he designed and assisted in the implementation of several patents at Quad. But he really found his niche in teaching the craft to new employees and customers.

Tom married Victoria Jeuck, his high school sweetheart, on September 28, 1968. They were loving parents to Erik (49) and Nick (47). In addition to his wife and sons, Tom is survived by his four grandchildren, Kyle (17), James (16), Dylan (16) and Samantha (12); brother Jeff (Mary) Hekkers; and sister Deb (Jeff) Steinbach.

He was predeceased by his parents, Gerald and Patricia; brothers “Butch” and Kevin; sister Mary; and “wingman” Dick Jeuck.

Tom had a passion for classic cars. He leaves behind the very car he dated Vicky in during high school Ñ a 1956 Ford Crown Victoria; a hemi-powered 1934 Ford Roadster; a “chopped” 1951 Mercury; and a custom built 1933 American Austin. He also took great pride in the design and construction of four different custom homes. He loved relaxing and mowing straight lines at the family cottage in Mauston. But his favorite activity was time spent with his grandchildren being a teacher, mentor and friend.

A celebration of Tom’s life and impromptu car show for classic car enthusiasts will be held outdoors at the Ingleside Hotel (Country Springs Hotel) in Pewaukee from 12 p.m. until 3 p.m. this Sunday, September 19, 2021. Beer, wine and light appetizers will be served at the “Ingleside Pavilion” (adjacent to the outdoor water slides) on the west side of the grounds. Classic cars are encouraged to follow the “Wednesday Night Classic” signage to the private back lot. A U.S. Army honor guard team will recognize Tom’s service with a final salute including Taps at 3 p.m.

December 10 2021 12:22

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