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  • I would like to enjoy all the activities at the Jubilee Saturday and plan our Club Cruise for Sunday

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Help us plan this event. Choose more than one option.

You can just pay an admission fee to enter Laguna Seca along with the reat of the public. You will be parking way up on the hill away from the club and all the other cars. You will not get to do parade laps, get a T-shirt, hat, plaque, $20 in tokens, Pancake breakfast, Show'n Shine etc. You can still walk down to the cars and hang out. You can still join up with us when we leave to cruise. You can still be a part of this event. I just don't want the cost, ($83 for your car and two adult admissions plus all the other stuff) to deter you from attending. The WCKCC event registration is only $5. We will be having our club meeting Saturday evening around 7:30 PM or 7:45 PM.
 

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Question #1

Question #1 is incorrect as of 6-27-06.
The question should read: I have/Will be reserving a room at the Carmel Valley Lodge
The Moderators will be fixing the poll.
If you are (I have/Will be reserving a room at the Carmel Valley Lodge) still vote for #1 even if you read this poll prior to the edit.
 

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inov814u said:
How do you register with wckcc for this event? and do I need too if I'm already registered with the Cherries Jubilee?
All the information you need to register for the Cherry's Jubilee, register with the WCKCC, apply for membership to the WCKCC, links to activities at Laguna Seca can all be found on this thread. PM me if you need further help.

http://www.solsticeforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=18566

Yes, you still need to register for the event with the West Coast Kappa Car Club. The Cherry's Jubilee organization is a seperate entity. The $5 we charge for event registration just covers the club's costs to rent the meeting room and other expenses to organize and put on our events.
 

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Answers and info

QUOTE=inov814u]I was unable to find a WCKCC Cherries Jubilee registration form on that link. Do you have to join WCKCC? This isn't very clear. You might make a new post informing what needs to be in place and where to get the data in order to enjoy this event (check-list). There are alot of posts maybe consolidate.

I thought I was done when I reserved our room and registered with Laguna Seca. What else do I need and where can I get it?[/QUOTE]

Sorry,

You do not need to be a member of the club to attend any of our events. You do need to register, (and sign a simple liability release form). You do save $5 on the event registration if you are a member., ($10 non-member / $5 for member).

Here is the link to our website where you can learn about the club, view pics of past event, (like the San Simeon/Big Sur event you attended :) )

http://westcoast.kappacarclub.org/

Here is a link to the WCKCC Laguna Seca information section of our website. The flyer and registration form will be up very shortly. In the mean time I will also attach a one page "word doc" registration form to this post that you can download, print and send in.

Here is the application to the WCKCC.

http://westcoast.kappacarclub.org/publications/forms/WCKCC_member_app_v5c.pdf

Here is the registration form to send to the Cherry's Jubilee organization.

http://www.cherrysjubilee.org/car_entry_form_all.pdf

Here is the link to the hotel for reservations. MENTION WCKCC FOR GROUP RATE.

http://www.valleylodge.com/welcome.htm

Here is the link to the Cherry's Jubilee Official site.

http://www.cherrysjubilee.org/

I will also attach the Jubilee itinerary.

I hope this helps
 

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Cruise Map

Here is a map of the drive we have planned.
We will actually continue on into Carmel via Carmel Valley Rd. (G16) instead of cutting back over to the 68
 

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Carmel Valley Lodge

If a couple couples want to share a 2 bedroom cottage with a fireplace and large living room the cost is $345, ($172.50 each). This is less than the $179 standard room and much nicer. You might even sublet the living room couch to help cover the costs.
For reservations 1-800-641-4646
 

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Room reservations

Crimson Avenger said:
I did reserve a room, and the staff is very friendly on the phone.

There are still some of the less expensive rooms available, but they WILL sell out because we're there on a very popular weekend.
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They were going to return my $500 deposit, (out of my pocket) on July 8th and release the unreserved rooms from our block to the general public. I told them to please retain my deposit past the July 8 release date to hold the rooms a little longer. I am sure all our 20 rooms will easily be reserved by us. I am not worried that I will not get my deposit back. What I am worried about is that you will wait until the last minute. I WOULD like my deposit back sooner than later. If you are planning to reserve your room please make the effort in the near future.
THANK YOU for your consideration! :)
 

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Cost & Accommodations options

Obviously, we would like to fill our room block at the Carmel Valley Lodge and not lose our $500 deposit. It is important to our members that we give them affordable options to encourage attendance.

Laguna Seca does provide camping facilities. For camping reservations, call 1-831-755-4899.

Salinas; The Laurel Inn Motel http://www.laurelinnmotel.com/home.htm Finest in Salinas and an amazing rate. Salinas is about the same distance from Laguna Seca as Monterey. They might honor the $59 a night rate they quoted the club. Hard to beat.

We would love for you to take part in the festivities going on at the Cherry's Jubilee. Again, you have an option. If you do not want to pay the $83 for car registration and two adult entries, (incl. free goodies), you can just pay the admission fee of $8 and just walk over and join us in the pit.

You can join up with us on our club cruise at a designated location and time if you do not want to attend the Jubilee.

What I am trying to say is, come! We would like this to be a well-attended event. You have options, so do not let the cost of the full package scare you off.

We look forward to seeing you there.
 
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