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Next Meeting,
Tuesday Jan 30, 2007 at 6:30 PM

at Capital Volvo's showroom.
.. come to eat, listen, or talk Volvos...

We will discuss our plans, and there will be Technicians available for questions.

Possible SPRING EVENT: May 18-20, 2007:

Carlisle Import and Kit Car
Let's out attend the Saab Club this year!

also considering a tour in the Berkshires....
or other local Volvo dealership support.

See the new adds in the Parts Bin, cars, and Link additions.

VCOA Background and NY Hudson Mohawk Chapter History

   The Volvo Club of America (VCOA) is a national organization of owners and enthusiasts of all Volvo models, from the historic through the latest offerings.

   The New York Hudson Mohawk Chapter is a local group of VCOA members who gather and celebrate their Volvo's in the Albany, New York area.

   The chapter was initiated by Mark Williams in 2002 and a group of Volvo owners and enthusiasts quickly gelled. A local Volvo dealer assisted with the chapter's formation. Kevin Davis, the parts manager at Capital Volvo (formerly Keeler Volvo), was a generous promoter and supporter. The chapter meets once every few months, at the dealership's showroom, or local restaurant.

   Besides meetings, the chapter also participates in technical seminars at the dealership, picnics, and other chapter events such as defensive driving courses. Check the calendar page for the latest information, or contact one of the officers.

Hudson Mohawk Chapter VCOA

PO Box 411, Guilderland Cntr, NY 12085

tel: (518) 861-6346

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updated Jan, 2007