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He wrote the screenplays for the successful films "The Cannonball Run I Yates was a member of the IMRRC's Governing Council for nine years and established a collection in the archives. He was very open to and curious about everything," Pamela Yates said.
"Her experience and enthusiasm will be a great addition to our facility.” Staff earned her Master of Library & Information Science from Drexel University in 2016.--Dena Carrigan of the Chemung Canal Trust Company received the Community Spirit Award.--Dan Bower of Hunt Engineers and the Watkins Brewery Vacation Rentals received the Leader in Business Award. 24 at the International Motor Racing Research Center in Watkins Glen. 5, 2016, and their daughter Stacy Bradley will present "Looking at the World Through a Windshield" as part of the IMRRC's monthly Center Conversations series. The highly anticipated talk will be live-streamed at or via the Center's website at 5, 2018 -- Brock Yates was racing's storyteller, but all the stories will be about him on Feb. A $5 donation for admission is requested to help defray costs.She also earned her Master of Education in School Library & Information Technologies from Mansfield University in 2013.
She has worked as Director at the Prattsburg Free Library and as the school librarian at the Romulus Central School District.
"He had a marvelous life, which he lived the way he wanted to." Yates wrote 15 books, including "Sunday Driver" and "Enzo Ferrari: The Man, The Cars, The Races, The Machine." He was associated with Car and Driver magazine for more than 40 years and also turned in years as a motorsports broadcast commentator.
His creation of the Cannonball Baker Sea-to-Shining-Sea Memorial Trophy Dash in 1971 turned Yates into a pop culture icon.
A new feature at this gala: Magician Doug Welch, performing strolling and table-side magic tricks and illusions.
Photo at right: Chamber President Rebekah Carroll, who served as emcee. 17, 2018 -- Beth Staff has been selected by the Watkins Glen Library Board of Trustees to succeed Sarah Kurcoba as the new Library Director.
12 -- Marolyn Rogers, a member of the International Motor Racing Research Center's Governing Council for 15 years, died Monday, Jan. "We at the Racing Research Center will truly miss her." Rogers worked in registration for IMSA for 13 years, including several years as chief registrar. Rogers also worked for Bill Warner and the Amelia Island (Fla.) Concours d'Elegance in its first several years and with RM Auctions at its Concours at Amelia Island.