|Chapter Director:||Tim Gibson|
|Treasurer / Membership:||Tim Gibson|
Many of the original members were already members of the Mile High Chapter (which meets in Denver). But not everyone in the northern front range cities appreciated the long drive and the traffic, so the Rocky Mountain Chapter was formed in 1991 to attract Buick enthusiasts from areas north of Denver (and east of the Rockies). Many members maintain dual memberships in both the Rocky Mountain and Mile High Chapters, and the two chapters often share activities. We usually have about 25 to 30 members.
Meetings are usually held after breakfast on the 1st Saturday of each month at Johnson's Corner, I-25 exit 254, Johnstown, CO. Our December meeting is replaced by a Christmas Luncheon Party, usually held at the Double Tree Restaurant in Platteville.
Chapter dues are $20 per year, and are due at the January meeting.
Membership is open to any member in good standing of the Buick Club of America. As with the BCA, spouses and minor children are also included in a dues-paying membership. While most members own at least one Buick, this is not a requirement (however it is highly encouraged!). Members are entitled to receive our periodic newsletter, diligently prepared by our Secretary and Newsletter Editor. There are currently about 30 active memberships, and many couples attend the meetings and activities. If you are interested in becoming a member, please click here for an application.
Club officers are elected each year at the January meeting, and serve from January through December.
Club activities include tours to scenic or historic areas, viewing of museums and private car collections, attending various car shows, and of course sharing meals together. The Rocky Mountain and Mile High Chapters (Denver area) sometimes share activities. We are part of the Four Corners Region and look forward to sharing events with fellow BCA'ers in Arizona, New Mexico and Wyoming.