About this event
This event is still on, but due to more restrictive COVID guidelines that went into effect 15 Nov for Virginia, we'll be modifying the way this event will be conducted. We'll get the word out soon.
Join your FSR friends for the return of our Eastern Area Breakfast at Pop's Diner!
It’s been too long since we’ve been able to safely gather for breakfast and talk about cars! So, we’re going to meet at Pops Diner in Chesapeake (1432 Greenbrier Parkway) on Saturday, November 14th using COVID guidelines to get back into some sort of routine. We have to limit to only 30 people to remain socially distant while in the restaurant.
First come, first served! Hope to see you there to share some quarantine stories!
Of course, we can’t run an event without accounting for COVID-19 restrictions. Here are the guidelines for this event:
- Please comply with Virginia and Pop's Diner's COVID rules.
- If you have yet to submit a PCA CDE Waiver at a previous event (we'll have the list), please bring a signed one with you to Pop's. Waivers can be downloaded HERE.
- Please wear your mask or maintain at least 6 feet of distance between you and non-family in the parking lot.
We hope to see everyone at breakfast, see some cars and catch up with our friends!
FIRST SETTLERS REGION - PORSCHE CLUB OF AMERICA
EVENT COVID-19 SAFETY GROUND RULES
1. Masks are always required to be worn when moving away from your car during this event. If you object or are not comfortable with this requirement, please do not register to participate.
2. Avoid congregating at all times. Leave appropriate space between people, participating cars and other vehicles while parked. Maintain at least 6 feet of separation between family units at all times when out of vehicles and allow for an empty parking space between cars when you park.
3. Please do not come to the event if you are feeling ill, have a temperature above 100.4 degrees or have been in contact with someone in the past two weeks who has been sick. Refunds will be provided upon request – just ask. We highly recommend all volunteers and participants take their temperature to ensure it is below 100.4 degrees before departing from home for the event.
4. Signage will be put in place at event registration to remind participants of the virus risk and remind them not to participate if feeling sick.
6. We will provide hand sanitizer, nitrile gloves and masks for the event workers and have extra on hand for participants as needed. Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds especially before eating and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. Refrain from touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue into the trash.
7. Every effort will be made to avoid touching between event workers and participants. Refrain from shaking hands, fist-bumps and hugs.
8. If someone becomes ill at the event, they will either be sent home to contact their medical provider, or the event medical response coordinator or other event volunteer will call 911. The decision to call 911 will be made using the following CDC guidelines for seeking emergency care:
- Trouble breathing
- Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
- New confusion
- Inability to wake or stay awake
- Bluish lips or face
9. If any event participant does not comply with all the above safety ground rules, they will be asked to immediately depart the event. If there is sufficient concern regarding participant safety, the event organizers may cancel the event at any time, including prior to the start.