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A Touch of Glass, March 2013
Central Valley Corvettes

OFFICIAL NEWSLETTER OF CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES, FRESNO,

CALIFORNIA (CHARTERED NOVEMBER 12, 1991)


The Central Valley Corvette Club was

chartered in 1991 for the owners of the only

real AMERICAN sports car, the awesome

CORVETTE. It's a social organization with

activities that provide enjoyment for the true

Corvette lover.

MONTHLY MEETINGS ARE HELD

AT 7:00 P.M. ON THE 3 RD TUESDAY

OF EVERY MONTH AT YOSEMITE

FALLS CAFE, 4278 W. ASHLAN AVE,

FRESNO CALIFORNIA. INTERESTED

CORVETTE ENTHUSIATS ARE

MORE THAN WELCOME TO

ATTEND THE MEETINGS AND MEET

OUR MEMBERS.

Club activities include monthly meetings,

car shows, weekend Club activities,

overnighters, picnics, road rallies, summer

cruises, holiday get-to-gathers and more!

Eligibility for membership in CVC is

defined in Article III, section 1 of the

bylaws in part as follows: "Membership in

Central Valley Corvettes shall be open to all

Corvette owners who are sponsored by a

member in good standing. Additionally, a

prospective member must, within a three

month period , attend two consecutive

meetings, participate in two club sanctioned

social activities, pay current membership

dues and initiation fees, and be approved by

two- thirds vote of membership present at

any general membership meeting by secret

ballot

Sponsors shall be responsible for advising

prospective member of results. All

members must submit proof of personal

insurance in accordance with California

State Law upon application for

membership, and all members must be a

member of the association providing club

liability insurance for CENTRAL VALLEY

CORVETTES.

A prospective member who does not have a

sponsor will be provided one by the

membership committee. Non-members may

not participate in more than three meetings

or two sanctioned activities.

CVC membership dues are $67.00 plus an

initiation fee of $35.00. Membership entitles

two members at the same address voting

privileges at meetings (provided they are in

good standing) and membership rights.

Please feel free to contact the membership

chairperson, Diane Hayes (559)-559-591-

0844 or any officer on the following page.


PRESIDENT

Craig Hansen (Pam)

559-645-0513

hansenrt66@att.net

VP-ACTIVITIES

Pam Hansen (Craig)

559-645-0513

hansenrt66@att.net

VP-PUBLIC RELATIONS

Jeff Levine (Sarah)

559-222-8148

lonewolf3@comcast.net

SECRETARY

Terri Parks (Fred)

559-324-9760

fredandterri@comcast.net

TREASURER

Fred Parks (Terri)

559-324-9760

fredandterri@comcast.net

PARLIMENTARIAN

Linda Laningham (Chuck)

559-896-2637

Laningham@hotmail.com

MEMBERSHIP*

Diane Hayes (Mike)

559-591-0844

dimi62@comcast.net

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS*

Charlie Fosnaugh

559-299-0547

fosnaugh@comcast.net

Raffle Tickets

Ruth Danielsen

559-298-5225

redanielsen@aol.com

NEWSLETTER EDITOR

Pat Garrahan (Patrick)

559-275-9304

patricia.garrahan@att.net


It is interesting how a 10 to 15 year period can

drastically change the demographics of Central

Valley Corvettes. When Pam and I joined in 1997

there were over 100 members and as I recall only

two retired people: Jim and Dorothy Gregerson.

While the rest of us toiled at a career or

entrepreneurship, the Gregersons alternated time

between homes in Ahwahnee and Lake Havasu.

Remember how they came all the way home early

from Arizona just to attend our monthly meetings?

Now it is 16 years later. We have gone from 2% of

the membership retired to 60.5%. Of our current

roster of 78, that means 47 have retired and just 31

continue to work for a living. At this rate, the

numbers will rise even more dramatically in the

coming years. That’s because only 18 members are

under the age of 60. In fact we have just three

members in their 40’s, with 15 in their 50’s. A

staggering 41 people (53% of the entire club) are in

their 60’s, while 18 people (the same number of 40

and 50 year olds combined) are in their 70’s. At the

top of the list is Ed Kroeker who will be 82 in late

March.

As to those 31 still working (39.5%), all of the 18

people under 60 still have jobs, 12 of the 41 in their

60’s are still employed and one of the 18 people

70+ still goes to the office. When you throw us all

into one bag, the average age of Central Valley

Corvettes has increased to 64.87 years.

In 1997, we only had a handful of people in their

mid 60’s as our oldest members. Today the mid

60’s is the clubs average age. Partly as a result, our

membership rolls have been trimmed by 27% and

the number of activities is down by 40%. Recalling

2000, CVC had 45 runs that year. It was rare to go

more than two weeks without an event. Now we

are lucky to have 25 to 30 runs and some months go

completely devoid of excursions.

There is not a lot we can do about turning back our

biological clock, but it is not too late to rejuvenate

our mental state of mine; start thinking about

planning a run or an activity. Get the Corvette out

when the occasion presents itself. Think of ways to

recruit younger members. If we don’t, I’m afraid

we will end up becoming nothing more than a knife

and fork club.

Craig


General meeting was called to order at 7:01 p.m. by

President Craig Hansen.

Minutes from the January General meeting were

read by Terri Parks. A motion was made by Jo

Anne Krebs and seconded by Leigh Ann Severance

to accept the minutes as read.

Membership Chairman Diane Hays reported we

have 78 members. She reminded members about

the CVC business cards. She also said to let her

know if there are any corrections that need to be

made to the roster.

Treasurer Fred Parks gave the February Treasurer's

report.

Vice President of Public Relations Jeff Levin

reported on the birthdays and anniversaries of the

club members.

Vice President of Activities Pam Hansen reported

the future runs: February mystery dinner,

Chukchansi, Corvettin' in the foothills, March

mystery dinner, Smoke House, Chaffee Zoo, Ed

Dena's car show, Gamblers' Classic, Cam Twister's

car show, Word from Home car show, and

Auburn/Nevada City.

In the absence of the Sergeant of Arms, Charlie

Fosnaugh, Skip Severance collected badge fines of

$1.25.

In the absence of our "In the News" reporter Jan

Pflepsen, Debbie Garrison reported the news

concerning our Corvette families.

Parliamentarian Linda Laningham had nothing to

report.

Old Business: The debut of the of the C7 in Geneva

The Newsletter/Website Committee report was

tabled until next month.

New Business: Discussion on moving the General

meeting from 7:00 to 6:30.

Discussion on dropping the December General

meeting.

Craig invited comments on the CB article.

Don Olson mentioned the Coalinga Airport races.

Raffle: Thank you to the following members for

donating raffle prizes; Anderson, Bird, Condley,

Danielsen, Dawson, Hall, Garrahan, Garrison,

Johnson, Krebs, Laningham, Null, Olson, Parkin,

Parks, Renna, and Severance.

The next Board meeting will be Wednesday

February 20th at 7:00 PM at the home of Linda and

Chuck Laningham.

The motion to adjourn the meeting was made by

Leigh Ann Severance and seconded by Linda

Laningham.

Meeting adjourned at 8:07 p.m.

Respectfully submitted by,

Terri Parks, Secretary


Look out here comes Spring and convertible weather. Many thanks to

those of you who have scheduled some new runs. Everyone, be sure to

check them out below and get them on your calendar. We still have two

potential runs without a leader: Kingsburg

Car Show and Clovis Rodeo Parade in April.

Gotta Run! Be blessed, Pam

March 2013

Sun 3/10 Chukchansi, Lanninghams

Sat 3/16 Corvettin’ in the Foothills, Garrahans

Tues 3/19 General Meeting

Thurs 3/21 Board Meeting

Sun 3/24 Mystery Dinner, Capurros

Sat 3/30 Pub an Smokehouse and Ice Cream in Kingsburg, Nulls

April 2013

Sat 4/6 Fresno Zoo, Condleys

Sat 4/13 Ed Dena Car Show, Dinuba, Hayes

Thurs-Sun 4/18-22 Gambler’s Classic, Laughlin, COB, Garrisons

Sat 4/27 Clovis Rodeo Parade (need a run leader)

Sun 4/28 The School House and Reedley Opera House-Birds and Halls

May 2013

Sat 5/18 Cam Twister’s Car Show, Cooks

June 2013

Fri-Sun 6/7-9 Auburn-Nevada City, Garrahans and Garrisons

Sun 6/30 Word From Home Car Show to support our troops, Hansens

July 2013

Fri-Sun 7/12-14 Solvang, Capurros and Laninghams

August 2013

Sun-Wed 8/18-28 Alaska Cruise – Goodalls and Garrahans

October 2013

Fri-Sun 10/4-6 President’s Mystery Run – Craig Hansen

December 2013

Thurs. 12/12 13 Christmas Party

March 2014

3/29-4/13 Southwest Tour II, Hansens


There’s nothing we like better than Corvettin’ with our friends!

We’ll cruise through the foothills to the town of Dunlap and have lunch at

“TWINS VALLEY RESTAURANT”.

You can sign up at the

Meeting or CONTACT:

Pat Garrahan

@ 559-275-9304

patricia.garrahan@att.net


Sunday, April 28, 2013

Meet at Clovis Ave and Kings Canyon (SE corner) at 10:30 am.

Caravan to the Schoolhouse for Lunch

Show “The Valentine” at the Reedley Opera House at 2pm

$20 per person

RSVP:

Sharon Hall @ 259-0186 or squilla@comcast.net

ASAP- Need count for theater tickets!

Chuck and Sharon Hall

John and Linda Bird


WHEN: June 7-9, 2013

TIME: 8:30 a.m.

MEET AT HERNDON AND 99 by the TACO BELL

Make reservations at BEST WESTERN Golden Key

530-885-8611 CUT-OFF DATE May 7, 2013

Rooms are under Central Valley Corvettes.

1 King Bed @ $90.99 + Tax or 2 queen beds @ $110.99 + Tax

For more information contact:

PATRICK OR PAT GARRAHAN

559-275-9304

OR

SKIP OR VICKIE GARRISON

408-666-9816


CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES

BULLETIN-MARCH 2013

FRED PARKS MARCH 3

PATRICIA GARRAHAN MARCH 4

BOB COOK MARCH 5

SYLVIA JOHNSON MARCH 7

BOB MARINE MARCH 8

ANDY ANDERSON MARCH 14

VICKIE GARRISON MARCH 20

RICK TAVARES MARCH 26

JILL KROEKER-ROSEN MARCH 29

ED KROEKER MARCH 31

STEVE AND JILL ROSEN MARCH 19, 2000 13 YEARS

ATTENTION EVERYONE!!!!!

VOTE TO MOVE MONTHLY MEETINGS TO 6:30pm

During our February meeting, Central Valley Corvettes discussed moving our

monthly meetings from 7:00pm to 6:30pm. Several of our members live out of

Fresno and the change will allow them to return home at a more reasonable time.

CVC membership will vote on this proposal on March 19. Should this pass, then

our meetings will begin at 6:30pm beginning with the April 16 th monthly get

together. Be sure to attend this meeting in order to vote on this change.

PLEASE REMEMBER TO WEAR YOUR BADGES TO ALL

MEETINGS, CLUB EVENTS AND RUNS.

SUPPORT YOUR CLUB RAFFLE AND BRING A RAFFLE PRIZE


I’m Back!! I’m filling in for Jan Pfelpsen this

month while she and Gary take a well-deserved

vacation cruising the Western Caribbean. While

cruising they’ll see Roatan Island, visit the

country of Belize and Cozumel, Mexico. Hope

they have a great time and will give us a report

on their adventures next month

Missed Joyce and Ed Kroeker at the meeting,

Ed is recovering from a fall he took earlier in

the month. He had a severe urinary tract

infection causing him to be weak and dizzy and

fall head first in the bathroom. He was treated

for the infection but is still tired and had to use a

wheelchair and a walker for a few days. Joyce

said she always talks about making memories

but Ed’s Illness brought back a few bad ones.

While this was all going on, Joyce had the

stomach flu; glad to report that they’re both on

the mend. They are hoping to be well by the end

of March so they can attend the National

Demolition Association’s 40 th Annual

Convention in San Diego. The whole family is

scheduled to attend to see Jeff, Ed and Joyce’s

son, installed as President. There will be a

special dinner held on the Aircraft Carrier USS

Midway. The grandchildren are excited about

the trip as they like to look at all the big

equipment; but hard to say which they are

looking forward to more the big equipment or

day at Lego Land.

Keith and I also had the flu earlier this month

and I have to say this was the first time in all my

working years that I have ever missed more than

two days in a row being sick. So glad that that’s

behind us!

Sad news for Lupe Dawson, she lost the last of

her 9 brothers this month. This is the brother

that lost his son to cancer earlier this year; he

also had cancer and just never recovered from

the loss of his son and his health just

deteriorated. Lupe and her sister from Michigan

are all that’s left of her siblings; our

condolences to Lupe, her sister and rest of their

family.

Don and Sharon Condley lost one their beloved

dogs last month, their Hannah was only 10 but

she developed heart disease and poor little girl

couldn’t breathe so they had to put her to sleep.

We are so sorry for the loss of your cherished

pet.

I heard from Jill Kroeker-Rosen and she had

good news for us. Steve received a good report

from his doctors and the growth appears to be

shrinking. Great news since there has only been

a couple of cases of anyone else developing this

inflammation around an aortic stent sight. He’ll

continue on his medication and hopefully will

soon be able to have the stent removed from his

bladder. So send your prayers and good wishes

his way.

Sue Comer sent me a note to let know that

Sweetie of hers Dale, gave her a Maine Coon

kitty for their anniversary. She’s small version

of Toby, their cat that passed away last year.

They have named her Heidi because she hides

under the bed. Sue is spending some time at the

Coast but Dale was rear-ended on the way home

last Sunday. He was seeing the doctor this week

and getting an estimate on the damage to his

truck. Said the truck fared better than him;

nothing too serious, but he does have some

lower back pain and some neck pain.


Charlotte Renna reports her daughter and

roomie has moved into her own dream house.

She moved in 6 months after Joe passed away

and has been there for almost 3 years now.

Charlotte says she will miss Kathy and her two

grand pups and Sally the big fat cat (which we

never saw) and it was a good time for both of

them; now it’s now time for both of them to

grow up and be on their own. We wish Kathy

much happiness in her new home.

Chuck and Linda are proud Grandparents. Their

granddaughter Megan got married last month to

her Marine boyfriend and granddaughter

Amanda’s basketball team took championship

in their league and now they’ll being playing in

Division Playoffs. Good Luck to both of the

girls.

Chuck and Linda have also been doing a little

remodeling. They had wood flooring installed in

their entry and in the kitchen and it looks great.

Freida and Herbert are also finishing up some

remodeling; they did their master bathroom last

year and have had the guest bathroom

remodeled and now their updating their kitchen.

They have had new appliances installed, granite

countertops and the new flooring in the kitchen

floor is almost done; can’t wait to see it.

I sent Mary Ann Whitson a note asking if their

bathroom remodeling was finally done and she

said yes and it only took 17 weeks and 1 day!!

They were told it would take about 40 days to

complete and granted there were holidays

involved; Thanksgiving, Christmas and New

Year’s but they didn’t realize that meant 40

working days! They had planned to have the

other bathroom done but now think they are

going to wait for a while …. maybe forever. But

when they do have it redone they will use a

different contractor and will find out how many

real days it really should take.

If anyone is going to be in the Palm Springs area

before June be sure to check out the giant statue

of Marilyn Monroe in her iconic pose in the

white dress. Pat Garrahan had the opportunity to

see it when she was in Palm Springs for

Patrick’s cousin’s memorial service last month.

Don & Sylvia Johnson have sold their home in

Kingsburg, packed up everything and spent their

last evening in this area with us at the General

Meeting. By the time you read this they will be

back in Sequim, Washington. I’m sure you join

me in wishing them happiness and good luck.

We’ll miss you.

Well that’s it for me this month; I’ve enjoyed

filling in for Jan, thank you all for sending your

happenings. Please remember to send all your

Sunshine & Clouds to Jan; life is more fun when

you’re sharing it with your friends.

Your “Old” Gossip Girl,

Debbie Garrison


The ingredients:

1/2 lb butter

2 1/3 cups granulated sugar (superfine works best if you have it handy)

4 eggs

9 rounded tablespoons grated chocolate (approximately 3 standard

squares of baking chocolate, / 3 1/2 ounces of other chocolate)

5 rounded tablespoons / 1 3/4 ounces ground almonds

1 cup / 5 ounces of cold, sieved or riced cooked potato (see below for

specific directions about the potato)

2 1/2 cups / 10 ounces (plain flour is fine, but cake flour is better if you

have it)

1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

2 rounded teaspoons baking powder

1/2 teaspoon salt

2/3 cup milk

2 medium or 3 small potatoes

For preparing the pan you'll bake in:

1 1/2 tablespoons flour

1 1/2 tablespoons cocoa

First prepare your cake pan. A tube pan like a Bundt pan works best for this

recipe. Butter it well inside, paying particular attention to any flutings or

crevices in the pan. Then mix the flour and cocoa together and use this

mixture to flour the inside of the pan.


Now prepare your cooked potato by one of these two methods:

Boil in unsalted water 2 medium-sized potatoes or 3 small potatoes in

their jackets, then drain, cool completely, peel, and rice or sieve.

An important note about the potatoes: Do not add them to the batter if

they are even slightly warm. If you do, the result will be a heavy cake that

may fail to rise, or only rise partway. Also: We have never tried this cake

with instant mashed potatoes. Better to play it safe and use the real thing.

1. Grate the chocolate on a fine grater, or pulse in a food processor.

2. Sift the flour once by itself. Then sift it a second time with the cinnamon,

baking powder and salt.

3. Cream the butter with the sugar until light and fluffy.

4. Separate the eggs. Add the yolks, one at a time, to the creamed

mixture, beating well after each one.

5. Stir in the grated chocolate and ground almonds. Add the tthoroughly

cooled and sieved potato and stir again.

6. Add the flour alternately with the milk, beating gently until smooth after

each addition.

7. Whip the egg whites until stiff but not dry. Fold the whipped egg whites

carefully into the cake mixture.

8. Spoon into the prepared Bundt pan / tube pan: tap gently once on the

counter to settle. Bake for 1 3/4 hours. Test for doneness with a

toothpick or skewer at the end of this time: bake for another 15 minutes

if needed.

9. Remove from the oven and allow to rest in the pan for at least twenty

minutes before removing from the pan: then cool on a rack.

To finish, frost the chocolate cake with a chocolate-based icing, or (if you

prefer the simple approach) dust it with powdered sugar.


Last used to identify regular-production

Corvettes in 1976, the “Stingray” label will

again help define Chevrolet’s legendary

two-seater when the long-running breed’s

all-new C7 rendition goes on sale later this

year.

“Stingray is one of the hallowed names in

automotive history,” said GM global design

vice president Ed Welburn during the C7’s

celebrated introduction last month at

Detroit’s North American International Auto

Show. “We knew we couldn’t use [it] unless

the new car truly lived up to the legacy.” No

problem. With an estimated 450

horsepower, the 2014 Stingray will rank as

the most powerful standard Corvette ever,

not to mention the stingiest on gas, thanks in

part to a long list of weight-saving

components, including a new aluminum

frame. All-time best braking and cornering

are promised as well.

That Chevy officials opted to unveil their

latest “best ’Vette yet” in January 2013 was

only right considering the event coincided

with the car’s 60th birthday.

Know anyone who was there in New York

in January 1953 when the first Corvette

debuted, in concept car form, onstage at

General Motors’ annual Motorama

extravaganza? It’s probably even harder

these days to find one of the “preferred”

first-year buyers. Only 300 1953 Corvettes

were built — all featuring white exteriors

and red interiors — on a makeshift assembly

line in Flint, Mich.

All also featured a Powerglide-backed

“Stovebolt” six-cylinder beneath their

forward-hinged fiberglass hoods, and this

limiting combination, which remained in

effect after production moved to St. Louis in

1954, almost killed off the Corvette before it

had a real chance to roll. Chevy’s new-for-

1955 small-block V-8 (and a three-speed

manual transmission) surely helped save the

day, as did the emergence of Zora Arkus-

Duntov, the Corvette’s first chief engineer.

A new, better-received body appeared in

1956, followed by optional fuel injection

and an optional four-speed stick in 1957,

and the hits just kept coming from there.

Some 1.5 million Corvettes later,

Chevrolet’s proud legacy will, as the C7

name implies, evolve into its seventh

generation this fall. The first, the so-called

“solid-axle” run (consisting exclusively of

convertibles) ended in 1962. Expressed in


two words the first time around, the original

Sting Ray debuted in 1963 along with a new

coupe body and independent rear

suspension. These second-generation

Corvettes, built through 1967, are

commonly called “mid-year” models today.

Some enthusiasts call third-generation

models “Sharks” in honor of the 1965 Mako

Shark II showcar that predicted the

Corvette’s 1968 restyle. Still the longest of

the seven model runs, this generation

remained on the market up through 1982,

with Corvette production moving east from

Missouri to its present location in Bowling

Green, Ky., the previous year. Chevrolet

officials then opted to skip the 1983 model

designation due to delays encountered

during development of the fourth-generation

Corvette, which debuted as a 1984 model

then retired in 1996.

The radically redesigned fifth generation

was initially slated to make the scene in

August 1992, just in time to help mark the

Corvette’s 40th birthday. But stumbling

blocks again took their toll, pushing the big

date back to 1997.

It was during this protracted crawl to market

that the Corvette’s generational “code

names” came into vogue, and once “C5”

became popularized it logically followed to

retroactively identify the preceding groups

accordingly. The C6 then appeared in 2005

to do its predecessor one better.

Now we await the C7 Sting Ray. If only we

humans could look even half as good in our

60s.


Irish Blessings and Sayings

With Ireland being famous for its Saints and Scholars, it comes as no surprise that it’s also a

country famous for its blessings.

Some blessing may be hundreds of years old when others could have been created last week by

some bloke sitting in Papua New Guinea, so what is an Irish blessing?

For one thing, an Irish Blessing is about welcoming, warmth and turning a negative situation into

a positive one. It’s no wonder the people in Ireland tried to stay positive with its long history of

misery.

Here are some examples of Irish Blessings you may see:

May the roads rise up to meet you,

May the wind be ever at your back,

May the sun shine warm upon your face,

The rain fall softly upon your fields,

And, until we meet again,

May God hold you in the hallow of His hand.

May you be poor in misfortunes,

and rich in blessings,

May you know nothing but happiness,

from this day forward,

May good luck be your friend,

In whatever you do,

And may trouble be always,

A stranger to you.

May you always have work for your hands to do,

May your pockets hold always a coin or two,

May the sun shine bright on your windowpane,

May the rainbow be certain to follow each rain,

May the hand of a friend always be near you,

And may God fill your heart with gladness to cheer you.

May flowers always line your path and sunshine light your day.

May songbirds serenade you every step along the way.

May a rainbow run beside you in a sky that’s always blue,

And may happiness fill your heart each day your whole life through.


May the sun shine all day long,

Everything go right and nothing wrong.

May those you love bring love back to you,

And may all the wishes you wish come true.

May the friendships you make be those which endure

And all of your grey clouds be small ones for sure.

And trusting in Him to Whom we all pray,

May a song fill your heart every step of the way.

“May God grant you always...A sunbeam to warm you, a moonbeam to charm you,

A sheltering Angel so nothing can harm you.

Laughter to cheer you, faithful friends near you,

And, whenever you pray, Heaven to hear you.”

May you have the hindsight to know where you've been,

The foresight to know where you are going,

And the insight to know when you have gone too far”

“May God give you...For every storm a rainbow, for every tear a smile,

For every care a promise and a blessing in each trial,

For every problem life sends, a faithful friend to share,

For every sigh a sweet song and an answer for each prayer.”

May you never forget what is worth remembering,

Nor ever remember what is best forgotten”

“ “May you live as long as you want and never want as long as you live”

Wherever you go and whatever you do, May the luck of the Irish be there with you.

I wish healing upon you,

The healing of Mary with me,

Mary, Michael and Brighid,

Be with me all three.


Oops!

Patrick got caught

with a little ice

cream for the road!


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