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Tour of Marion County Sheriffs Training Center

Have you ever wondered how and why police train the way they do? Well, the CIRPCA has a RARE opportunity to see behind the curtain of law enforcement and see why and how they train they way the do. The MCSD has granted the CIRPCA a tour and overview of their training center. Special Thanks to Major David Roberts for hosting our club.  Please remember, NO Guns, Knives, Tasers,  Mace, Stun Guns Etc. Parking location will be sent out prior to the event

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Prez Sez

A warm welcome to PCA members and Porsche enthusiasts. It is hard to believe how fast the year has gone by. Spring is fast approaching and with it the seasonal changes.

Changes have also occurred with the CIR PCA Board of Directors. Rodney Schroder has stepped down as President of the club. Per the CIR/PCA bylaws, I have moved from the Vice President role and have assumed the President’s role. Larry Clarino has agreed to fill the VP role. Larry and I will maintain these leadership roles through the balance of 2024 and 2025. The remainder of the board remains unchanged.

We thank Rodney for his contributions to the club and wish him the best as an active member of the CIR/PCA.

I look forward to leading the club for the next two years. I am passionate about Porsches and have been a gear head my entire life. We have a strong and experienced board of directors. It will be a pleasure to work with this team and continue the growth of the club. Please feel free to reach out to me directly for any questions, ideas or concerns.

As we move forward in 2024 one focus of the board is to expand activities and improve participation of the club members. Please look at the large number of activities that are being entered in the club calendar. We are quickly approaching the ability to do a Porsche-related event multiple weekends of each month. A shout out to Will Anthony and Don Perkins for taking an active leadership role in this area.

Club member participation is one area that is going to require a “Village” approach. Membership in CIR stands at over 800. However, active members stand at about 100. Please reach out to members that you know and make sure they are aware of the activities that have been planned.

Enough rambling for this month, I look forward to meeting each one of you at activities throughout the year.

All the Best,

Mike Kelley

For any questions, suggestions or comments please send our president a message on the Contact Us page.

“An Evening with Paul Page, Voice of the Indianapolis 500”

As Race Month arrives in Indy, join us on May 15, 2022, as CIR-PCA spends “An Evening with Paul Page, Voice of the Indianapolis 500”

Paul’s broadcasting career began in local radio, but it hit the accelerator when he moved to WIBC 1070AM in 1968. There, he met the original host of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network, the legendary Sid Collins, who recruited Paul to join his venerable radio team for the Memorial Day classic.

Paul was mentored by Collins, who asked him to join the Indy 500 radio network in 1974. Paul’s rock-solid reporting earned Collins’ respect, making Paul his chosen successor. Paul anchored the Indy 500 radio broadcast from 1977 to 1987.

Based on the quality of his work, Paul was tabbed by ABC Sports to anchor all their Indy car series telecasts starting in late 1987.

It was here, Page’s indelible mark on Indy 500 history was made. Joined by former Indy car veterans Bobby Unser and Sam Posey, the ABC Indy broadcasts became Emmy Award winners as well as fan favorites.

Beyond Indy car racing, Paul’s career has spanned other forms of motorsports, as well, including NASCAR, IROC, NHRA, and others. He was a regular fixture on NBC and ESPN over the years, covering everything from the America’s Cup to the Fourth of July Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest.

Don’t miss this great night of Indy 500 nostalgia and storytelling by this Hoosier broadcasting legend!

“An Evening with Paul Page, Voice of the Indianapolis 500 presented by SONAX”, May 15, 2022, 7:00pm, at the Westfield Playhouse, 220 North Union Street, Westfield, IN 46074.

Cost for this amazing event is $15 per ticket. Limited to 150 tickets.

For more information contact: Larry Clarino at larryracing@dizzyc.com.

Click here to order your tickets

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