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Note from the Delaware State Director. GOOD SAM is the largest RV association worldwide. The State Director is appointed for a two-year term by the International Good Sam Club from recommendations of the chapters in the state. Chapter members meet at least once a month during camping seasons, with wholesome family outdoor fun and fellowship. Chapter members gather as an extended family to perform community projects such as highway clean-up or supporting state parks. Delaware has six chapters. Have you considered joining a chapter, let me hear from you?












Thursday Night Entertainment

Randy Lee Ashcraft and the Saltwater Cowboys

Randy Lee Ashcraft and the Salt Water Cowboys; a great band straight ...from the Eastern Shore of Maryland! We do our own brand of music, often called "beach country."  Randy Lee Ashcraft has been entertaining people all over the country for over 20 years and has returned home to the Eastern Shore to perform for his favorite fans! A former Green Beret in the United States Army, Randy has released five albums, which combined have sold over 20,000 copies to places as far reaching as Europe!!!! In 1999, he received a citation from Governor Parris Glendening of Maryland honoring his "dedicated efforts to share the beauty of the Eastern Shore of Maryland region through his music and the song 'Shore Thing'." Randy has opened for several national acts such as Joe Diffie, Colin Raye, Lonestar, Cherie Austin, Toby Keith, Travis Tritt, Phil Vassar, Aaron Tippin, and Sawyer Brown, and more recently in 2011 - for Josh Turner and Sara Evans. He was the winner of the 1997 Jimmy Dean/True Value Country Music Showdown and the Independent Music World Series held in Philadelphia, PA. He was the first and only country music artist EVER to win the latter! Randy is also the '02, '03, '04, and '05 winner for Best Entertainer/Singer of the Eastern Shore, the '03, '04, and '05 winner for Best Singer/Songwriter on Delmarva, and the '08 Entertainer of the Year as presented by the Coconut Times.

Saturday Night Entertainment

Go With The Flo Band

Ask anyone in Go With The Flo and they'll tell you the key ingredients to their tight sound and rapid success are mutual admiration, similar musical tastes and shared goals. These are all journeymen and women! Each player has put years of dedication into their craft, playing every type of venue across the country and overseas. Drummer Ronnie Fulkersin . After some personnel changes, the lineup called for a band name that better lived up to their high energy performances and Go With The Flo was born! In a relatively short time the band has established a loyal fan base, impressing audiences and club owners with their distinctive sound, versatile repertoire and contagious enthusiasm.

Sensational vocalist Flo Hudak ties all the players together with her soulful stylings and dynamic stage presence. When it comes to entertaining, Flo always knows how to kick it up several notches! At home with any style of music, she can wail with the best of them or hush the room with a sweet ballad. For almost two decades this consummate performer has been a crowd pleaser, winning countless contests and fronting bands nationwide.

Ronnie Fulkersin keeps the group rock steady with his driving, tasteful drumming and solid vocals. A veteran of the local scene, Ronnie started out with the Velvatones in 1962 and went on to record with Benny Mardonnes, then put in ten years with the national touring powerhouse band Boa before settling down in Delaware, where he continued to play with Brahma, Honeywagon and Crossing Delmar.

Rich Butler originally hails from central Pennsylvania and has been performing professionally since the age of 13. At age 14, his band, Main-X-Change, won Harrisburg's annual Kipona festival's talent contest. at age 18, he toured with east coast Montagne Records recording artist, Winter City (formally Full Moon). Then Rich moved on to play guitar and co-write with central Pa's heavy metal act, Firestorm whom chalked up 2 top ten picks in Pa. musician's magazine's Metal Mikes Top Ten List. Rich was also bassist/co-writer/producer with Giant Records recording artist Dorian Gray. Rich has also played in many other bands and has done studio and soundtrack work including the Indie film "Heavy Gravity". Rich is happy now to be playing bass/guitar and singing with the good friends in Too Much Fun band.

Ric Nelson, a Harrisburg, PA-area native, grew up surrounded by music. His dad played in pioneering rock bands in the 1950s and '60s. Accomplished on both the stand up and electric bass, Ric has performed every genre from progressive, country, pop, funk, punk and jazz. Gigs as varied as the Shippensburg University Community Orchestra, Allenberry Playhouse, Vinyl Groov, and Octavia Earth Blood Blues Band have honed his skills as a multi-faceted musician.

With all their years of collective experience, it's refreshing to hear that every band member is happier with this project than with any preceding it. No wonder then, from club venues to private parties, whether playing for 20-somethings or Baby Boomers, this band always rocks the house! There may be many cover bands to choose from, but if you're looking for pure entertainment and good time music, you can't make a better choice than Go With The Flo!

Sunday Entertainment








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