California Inland Region - Porsche Club of America
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It's not just the cars, it's the People!

Abran RiveraHi, I am David Witteried, the California Inland Region President. Welcome to our web site! The CAI region is a charted region of the Porsche Club of America, Inc. Our region was formed in 1987 and is generally made up of members in the 935xx Zip Code areas. California Inland Region is part of Zone 8 which consists of 14 chartered regions in southern California, Nevada, and Arizona. To see a Google Map of the CAI region boundaries click here.

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We had two outstanding events in August. The Beat The Heat Picnic in Tehachapi and the Malamut Automotive Museum Tour.

The picnic was a new idea. It took advantage of a family movie night in a park up in Bear Valley. On August 9th Jim Gude hosted the group who enjoyed a great evening of camaraderie and food. The club had the grill burning by the time everyone arrived with their food. After it got dark a movie screen was inflated by the city park people and a family friendly movie was projected on the outdoor screen. We were joined by several members from the Golden Empire Region as well, so we had a great group! You can see a story and photos of the event on our Facebook page.  

On August 23rd Mike Forest lead us through San Fransisquito Canyon to Valencia where we met with some of our Santa Clarita area members for a drive down to Thousand Oaks to the Malamut Automotive Museum. The weather was nice and traffic on the freeways was fine (except for a short stint on the 101). The museum was a real treat and Mike Malamut and his wife Barbara welcomed us to their collection with cookies and refreshments prepared and served in their 1950’s kitchen! The collection not only included cars, but many gadgets, toys, camping gear, jukeboxes, record players, furniture, TVs, etc. Even the bathrooms were from the 50’s with tile work and fixtures from the period. You can see Mike’s write-up and photos on Facebook.

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