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MG Car Club Washington, D.C. Centre

The MG Car Club, Washington, D.C. Centre held its first meeting in October of 1951. Originally founded as a sub-centre of the Eastern United States Centre (now the MGCC Long Island Centre), the basic idea of the Club was to promote camaraderie and mutual interest among MG owners. In 1954 the sub-centre became a Centre in its own right, and, over the years, has sponsored numerous activities and received its share of awards. One of our most enduring events is the Braille Rallye, first run in 1963. This event has been copied by many other car clubs, and it remains an MGCC tradition which continues to delight and excite many visually impaired children and young adults who participate in the event.

Club activities run the gamut from hands-on tech sessions to casual social occasions, with something for anyone who has an interest in MGs. In 1996, the Centre sponsored the first annual Hunt Country Classic, near Middleburg, Virginia. This event has proven to be one of the most popular British Car Shows in the area.

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