Centra Valley Corvettes - March 2016

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Centra Valley Corvettes of Fresno - March 2016 Magazine

OFFICIAL NEWSLETTER OF CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES, FRESNO, CALIFORNIA (CHARTERED 11/12/91)


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 6.30 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, Charlotte Renna (559)323-0153

or any officer on the following page.


PRESIDENT

Gary Pflepsen (Jan)

559-298-7241

gpflep@aol.com

VP-ACTIVITIES

Skip Severance (LeighAnn)

559-299-3550

skipseverance@att.net

VP-PUBLIC RELATIONS/MEMBERSHIP

Charlotte Renna

559-323-0153

chrenna@aol.com

SECRETARY

Debby Anderson (Terry)

559-801-7482

Debbydoo64@yahoo.com

TREASURER

Mike Lebda (Mary)

559-298-7993

mjlebda@comcast.net

PARLIMENTARIAN

Craig Hansen (Pam)

559-645-0513

hansenrt66@att.net

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS

Chuck Laningham (Linda)

559-304-2525

laningham@hotmail.com

Mission Statement / Officers..... 2-3

A Word from our President.......... 4

Secretary’s Minutes..................... 5

Sunshine & Clouds...................... 6

Birthdays & Anniversaries............ 7

Cookin’ with Tom.................... 8-10

A 25 th Anniversary Celebration.... 11

In the Garage w/Dale.............12-14

In the Garage w/Jeff.................. 15

In the Garage w/Charlie........ 16-17

CVC Activities............................ 18

CVC Event Flyers.................. 19-25

Super Bowl Party...................... 26

CVC February Meeting.......... 27-31

Our Sponsor Ed Dena............... 32

RAFFLE TICKETS

Susan Walker (Del)

559-255-2613

delwalker@live.com

WEBSITE EDITOR

Charlie Fosnaugh (Kim)

559-299-0547

Fosnaugh@comcast.net


Spring is here and it’s time to get the

Corvettes back on the road. I’m looking

forward to going on the Gamblers

Classic run to Laughlin. I have never

been but hear the Bakersfield club does

a great job with all the activities. The

Poker Run sounds like a blast. We’re

even going to sneak in a round of golf

with the Walkers. There is also the

Space Shuttle run to see the shuttle

Endeavour and take in Universal

Studios. It will be interesting for me as I

saw Endeavour being built in Palmdale.

Also, in 1997 my team transported a

major International Space Station

component, Node 1, from Huntsville,

Alabama to Kennedy Space Center

which Endeavour delivered to orbit.

Also this spring is the Clovis Rodeo

Parade and our annual Kroekerville

Picnic.

In October we will be having a party to

celebrate our founding. The Garrahan’s

have graciously offered to host the party.

We had our twentieth anniversary party

there and it was a fun time enjoyed by

all. More information and the exact date

to follow.

Planning continues for the Mystery Run

and all who go should have a good time.

Remember to sign up and pay the trip fee

by the May meeting.

See you all at the next meeting.

GARY

a.k.a.’The Big Egg’

This year marks the twenty fifth

anniversary of Central Valley Corvettes.

During the year Charlotte Renna, our VP

of Public Relations, will be writing

articles profiling charter members. I’m

sure there will be some interesting

stories from the first years of the club.


Central Valley Corvettes

General Meeting Minutes

February 16, 2016

The General meeting was called to order at

6:30 by President Gary Pflepsen. The

minutes from the January meeting were

read by Debby Anderson, Secretary. Tom

Piercy made a motion to accept the

minutes as read and it was seconded by

Scott Parkin. Motion carried. Treasurer’s

Report was given by Mike Lebda. He filed

Federal and State Taxes for the club and

renewed the club’s standing as a

Corporation. VP of Activities Skip

Severance had the run leaders report on

the previous month’s runs. The upcoming

runs are March 4-6 Space Shuttle, April 14-

16 Gamblers Classic, April 23 Clovis Rodeo

Parade, May 1 Annual Kroekerville Picnic.

Freddy Fam’s Memorial Service will be

Friday, March 4 th @ 11:00 am. Northwest

Church on the corner of Barstow and West

Ave. For those going, please meet at the

shopping center on the southwest corner

of Bullard and West at 10:15 so the club

can show up at the service all together.

There will be black ribbons to attach to the

cars. VP of PR/Membership Charlotte

Renna gave the Birthday and Anniversary

report.

We had many guests tonight: Bob Peluso

came as Charlotte’s guest, Diane TJerrild

came as Diane & Mike Hayes guest and Lori

and David Dukes came as Charlotte’s

neighbors and guests as well. Way to grow

the club!! Sgt. at Arms Chuck Laningham

collected .50 in missing badge fees. Sunshine

and Clouds report was given by Jan Pflepsen.

Old Business:

There was no old business to report on.

New Business:

This year is the Club’s 25 th Anniversary.

Charlotte talked about the festivities and

things we are going to do to celebrate from

now until October when we will have a big

Anniversary Celebration. The Garrahan’s

have agreed to have the party at their house

and the Board will do the planning. The

Charter Members are: Andy & Connie

Anderson, Keith & Debbie Garrison, Skip &

Vickie Garrison, Allyn & Marilyn Goodall,

Don & Connie Olson and Charlotte Renna.

There will be a feature article each month

leading up to October, telling some of the

Club history and highlighting each Charter

Member. The next General Meeting will be

Tuesday, March 15 th . The next Board

Meeting will be Tuesday, February 23 rd

7:00pm at Charlotte’s house. A motion to

adjourn the meeting was made by Chuck

Laningham and seconded by Joyce Kroeker.

Meeting adjourned at 7:03.

Respectfully submitted by,

Debby Anderson, Secretary

Raffle: Thank you to the following members

for donating raffle prizes: A & C Anderson,

Derringer, Garcia, Garrahan, Garrison,

Hayes, Henderson, Henenfent, Jarvis,

Johnson, Lanningham, Null, Parker,

Pflepsen, Renna, Severance, Walker &

Whitson. We made $220 on tonight’s raffle

tickets.

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February 16, 2016

SUNSHINE & CLOUDS

Jan De Mello-Pflepsen

THANK YOU FOR THE MESSAGES THOUGH THERE WAS ONLY TWO.

1. FROM PATRICIA GARRAHAN, SHE AND PATRICK WENT DOWN TO THE DESERT HOT

SPRINGS TO VISIT PATRICK’S AUNT AND UNCLE. PATRICK’S COUSIN FROM

BELLINGHAM FLEW DOWN SO THEY HAD A MINI WEST COAST REUNION. THEY

LEARNED THAT HIS AUNT IS DEVELOPING A LITTLE DEMENTIA AND THEY HAVE BEEN

HAVING PROBLEMS WITH PHONE CALLS FROM SCAMMERS. THEY HAVE BEEN

SCAMMED OUT OF SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS. IT IS UNBELIEVEABLE THE PEOPLE

WHO PREY ON THE ELDERLY AND OTHER VULNERABLE SEGEMTS OF OUR

POPULATION. ON THEIR WAY OUT OF TOWN, THEY DROPPED PATRICK’S COUSIN AT

THE AIRPORT. MOST OF THE ENTRANCES AND EXIT ROADS WERE BLOCKED LEADING

TO THE AIRPORT. IT SEEMS THAT PRESIDENT OBAMA WAS PAYING A VISIT.

2. I RECEIVED A PHONE CALL FROM FREDA NULL TODAY AND IT SEEMS SHE AND HERB

HAVE MADE AN ADDITION TO THEIR TOYS. THEY HAVE PURCHASED A NEW 35 FOOT

5TH WHEEL. THEIR ULTIMATE GOAL IS TO KEEP ITUPRIGHT (IF YOU ALL WILL

REMEMBER, THEY WERE IN AN ACCIDENT WITH THEIR FIRST FIFTH WHEEL).

TOMORROW THEY ARE ON THEIR WAY TO PISMO TO ENJOY THEIR NEW TOY. THIS

ONE HAS 3 SLIDES, WALK IN CLOSETS, SPACE FOR A WASHER AND DRYER, ALSO. NEXT

MONTH FREDA IS ON A CRUISE (A GIRLS TRIP) AND IT SEEMS THEY WILL BE CRUISING

ON THE SAME SHIP THAT WAS CAUGHT IN A HURRICANE AT SEA. IT WAS THE ROYAL

CARRIBBEAN ANTHEM OF THE SEA.

WELL CVC MEMBERS THIS IS THE END OF THE MESSAGES FROM SUNSHINE AND

CLOUDS. HOPEFULLY, WE WILL HAVE MORE NEXT MONTH.

Thanks to all, JAN


y Charlotte Renna

Fred Park 3/3, Patricia Garrahan 3/4, Sylvia Johnson 3/7, Bob Marine 3/8, Debbie

Anderson 3/8, Mike Henenfent 3/11, Andy Anderson 3/14, Vickie Garrison, 3/20, Del

Walker 3/26, Darlene Derringer 3/27, Joe Garcia 3/27, Jill Rosen 3/29, Ed Kroeker 3/31

Steve & Jill Rosen, 3/19/00 – 16 years

PLEASE REMEMBER TO WEAR YOUR NAME BADGES TO:

ALL MEETINGS, CLUB EVENTS AND RUNS (25µ FINE EA.)

SUPPORT YOUR CLUB RAFFLE AND BRING A RAFFLE PRIZE!

AND BE SURE AND RECOMEND OUR WEB SITE REGULARY

AT:

www.CentralValleyCorvettes.com


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Cooking with Tom !

Quick & Easy – Stuffed Pork Chops

Ungreased baking pan in oven

350 degrees for one hour or 145 on meat thermometer

Save Mart Meat Counter

Add fresh veggies & salad to either dish

Enjoy

Special Ingredients: European Style Unsalted Butter

from California Dairies at Costco

Restaurant of the month: Richards on Belmont

559-266-4077. Do you remember this restaurant , over 40 years

at this location. Prime Rib is the best.

Corvette Foodies, please send me your suggestion on all the

above.

kg6kyu@comcast.net

Thanks, Tom


Cooking with Tom !

Apple-Stuffed Pork Chops

(Full Recipe by Taste of Home)

Total Time: Prep:15 min: bake 1 hour

Makes 6 servings

Ingredients

1 table spoon chopped unions

1/4 cup butter

3 cups bread crump

2 cups finely chopped apples

1/4 finely chopped celery

2 teaspoons minced fresh parsley

3/4 teaspoon salt divided

6 bone-in pork loin chops (1-1/2 inches thick)

1/8 teaspoon pepper

1 tablespoon vegetable oil

Directions:

1. In a small skillet, sauté onions in butter until tender. Remove from heat, add the

bread cubes, apples, celery" parsley, and 1/4 teaspoon salt.

2. Cut a pocket in each chop by making a horizontal cut through the meat almost

to the bone. Sprinkle inside & out with pepper & remaining salt. Spoon stuffing

loosely into pocket.

3. In a large skillet, brown chops on both sides in oil. Place in an ungreased large

baking pan. Cover & bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Uncover, bake 30 minutes longer

or until thermometer reads 145. Let stand 5 minutes before serving.

Enjoy, Tom


READ ALL ABOUT IT !!

Central Valley Corvettes

TURNS 25 in October, 2016

In 1991, a group of corvette enthusiast

gathered together to make a better world for

themselves & fellow corvette lovers. During

this year, up to Oct, when this wonderful event

happened, you will read articles to remind you

of how this came to be and you will hear about

events and the people that made them happen.

STAY TUNED FOR MORE!!


‘In the Garage’ by Dale Comer

The Mid-Engine Corvette

Will Likely Be Confirmed in 2016

Look, we know what you’re thinking!!!

But after decades of rumors, speculation, and concepts, we have it on

good authority from an unnamed source that GM is poised to pull the

trigger on a mid-engine Corvette.

While there’s been chatter that any mid-engine supercar project could be

branded a Cadillac, we don’t think that idea will pass muster. Corvette

godfather Zora Arkus-Duntov long dreamed of a mid-engine version of

America’s Sports Car, and generations of protracted teasing seems to

ensure that GM will make good, and brand the next-gen car a Corvette.

Expect GM to be selective among Chevy stores authorized to sell and

service a mid-engine Corvette. The company will select dealers based

on the familiar metrics of location, sales volume, relationship, quality of

facilities, and customer service record. Ultimately, the production quantity

will be so low that neither the Chevy badge, nor the Chevy retail

experience will prevent them from selling out.

Our source says the automaker is already several years into the midengine

Corvette project, and is nipping at the point of no return. Barring

some dramatic developments, we’ll see something from Chevy

targeted against the Ford GT sooner rather than later. The car is likely in

validation now.


Of course, GM has flirted with mid-engine Corvettes for years. But until

recently it has been America’s finest sports car, and the company did not

feel the need to radically alter its winning front-engine, rear-drive formula.

Moreover, the company’s conservative, risk-averse culture has

historically resisted change—but with the arrival of the Ford GT in 2005,

the Corvette unequivocally ceded its claim to being America’s

performance king.

Obviously, the Ford GT and Chevrolet Corvette are not direct competitors.

That said, neither the old GM, nor the new GM enjoys being upstaged by

its cross-town rival. And given that halo cars are rarely financial winners,

there was little it could do during or immediately following the great

recession.

Given the simmering anger regarding its billion-dollar bailout, even postbankruptcy

GM couldn’t justify the development of a new halo car. But the

company is now back in private control, its products are competitive, and

the General can once again afford to allocate resources to more

speculative projects. But as it stands today, Chevy’s current halo car—the

Z06—sits squarely in the shadow of the Blue Oval’s Le Mans competitor.

And the reinvigorated GM seems unlikely to let that stand.

The Mid-Engine Corvette Plan

For motivation, look for an advanced adaptation of the Corvette’s peak

offerings. GM will employ a sophisticated derivative of the LT1/LT4 engine

family with gasoline direct injection and two turbochargers. It will produce

in excess of 700 horsepower.

Obviously, the amidships engine location presents packaging challenges

for the incumbent gear boxes.

And as with any new product program, GM is working to minimize

development costs on the mid-engine ‘Vette, which is likely exacerbated

by the excessive overruns on the C7. Internal estimates initially put that

figure at $500 million, but it eventually ballooned to $1 billion, and its

impact on transmission development is not entirely clear.

But it appears likely they will attempt to capitalize on the mechanical bits

presently available, with changes focused on packaging and weightsaving

opportunities, in conjunction with gearing optimization and

advanced tuning solutions.


So we anticipate the new car will get a seven-speed manual because

offering a standard manual transmission doesn’t prevent the development

of a more exotic, sector-competitive solution, and will help differentiate

the car from other high-dollar exotics that have forsaken them.

While the C7 cost GM $1 billion to develop, it has sold well, finding about

35,000 customers in each of its last two years. So the current Corvette will

remain. When the mid-engine car is released, GM will split the Corvette

nameplate into separate cars sold side-by-side.

Of course, engine placement is not the only factor that will differentiate

the front- and mid-engine models. The mid-engine Corvette will slot well

above the C7, which will continue to be offered in the $55,000 to $120,000

price range.

The new mid-engine model will be priced higher—much higher. Our best

guess is a sticker well above the $160,000 to $200,000 range that Audi and

Acura are asking for the R8 and NSX offerings. Expect a price point closer

to the $400,000 Ford GT and Lamborghini Aventador.

So if you have to ask how much the mid-engine ‘Vette will cost, you can’t

afford it. And when the C7 comes due for a complete redesign, GM will

analyze the programs, and then decide if room remains for a mid-engine

range-topper.

Look for an announcement to trump the new Ford GT as early as the L.A.

Auto Show late this year. By Dallas Williams - January 26, 2016

Click here for article from Corvette Forum.

If you have any Corvette News or Facts to contribute

to our “In The Garage” column, contact Charlie.


‘In the Garage’ by Jeff Levine

Video below from Lenny’s Garage. This just proves that

there are still many out there hiding here and there.

Click below to go to the site and enjoy.

“Lenny’s Garage,” is a profile of Leonard Shiller, a lifelong resident of

Brooklyn who has a Gowanus garage full of 58 classic cars, vintage

bikes and motorcycles, and other memorabilia. This gorgeously

photographed film is a rare opportunity to peek inside his garage. His

classic car collection includes a 1929 Durant rumble seat coupe, a 1951

Hudson Pacemaker, a 1979 New York City checker cab and a 1965 Ford

Good Humor Ice Cream truck. This isn’t the Smithsonian, though

Schiller keeps the garage jam packed with car parts and likes to get his

hands dirty. “What I really enjoy is being here and figuring what’s

wrong with one of the cars, and actually being able to fix it with my own

hands,” he says. “When I had the ’36 Chevy I actually took the whole

engine apart and rebuilt it, and I enjoy that kind of work. I find it

therapeutic.” Schiller is the president of the Antique Auto Association of

Brooklyn, a club that often participates in local street fairs and parades.

“Lenny’s Garage” was chosen as a Staff Pick by Vimeo.


‘In the Garage’ by Charlie Fosnaugh

Look what’s coming March 1 st !!

C7 Corvette Grand Sport To Debut at Geneva Motor Show

Corvette Racing driver Oliver Gavin has revealed Chevrolet will use the

Geneva Motor Show to introduce an all-new

Corvette Grand Sport.

Details are limited at this point but Gavin posted an image of

Chevrolet's press conference schedule and it clearly shows the Grand

Sport will be introduced tomorrow morning by Gavin and Corvette Chief

Engineer Tadge Juechter.

There's no word on specifications but the 2010 Corvette Grand

Sport featured a wide body kit, a larger rear spoiler, and a Z06-inspired

front splitter. The model also had a retuned suspension, a high-

performance braking system, and unique 18- / 19-inch alloy

wheels. Last but not least, the car was powered by a 6.2-liter

LS3 V8

engine that produced up to 436 horsepower and 428 pound-feet of

torque.


It remains unclear how extensive the changes will be to the new

Corvette Grand Sport but the model will likely be based on the Corvette

Stingray and feature a 6.2-liter LT1 V8 engine that develops at least 455

hp and 460 lb-ft of torque. The standard model can be equipped with

either a seven-speed speed manual or an optional eight-speed automatic

transmission, so it's possible that new Grand Sport could also be offered

with two gearboxes.

Those wondering why Chevy chose Geneva for the introduction should

know that there is a historical element behind the decision.

Chevrolet debuted the C4 Corvette ZR1 at Geneva, marking its return as

a world-beating sports car. The Bowtie also used the show to introduce

the Convertible variant of the C7 Corvette Stingray in 2013.

By Patrick Rall , Torque News, 2016-02

02-29

29

Read more:

http://www.torquenews.com/106/corvette-grand

grand-sport

sport-

debut-tomorrow

tomorrow-geneva


CVC Activities Schedule

Here are the runs that are currently scheduled.

Call me with your run ideas.

Mar 4-6 Space Shuttle Capurro’s

Apr 14-16 Gamblers Classic Laughlin Garrison’s

April 23 Clovis Rodeo Parade Fosnaugh

May 1 Annual Kroekerville Picnic Board

Jun 26 Word from Home Car Show Hansen’s

Jul 6-9 Presidents Mystery Tour Pflepsen

Aug 27-Sep 11 North by North West Hansen’s

Oct ? CVC 25 th Anniversary Party Garrahan’s

Dec 8 Christmas Party Garrison’s

Dec 11 Hay Ride Renna

Dec 31 New Year’s Eve Lunch Severance

GENERAL MEETING ALWAYS 3 RD TUESDAY 6:30pm

BOARD MEETING ALWAYS 4 TH TUESDAY 7:00pm

Dominos 2 nd & 4 th Thursday of the Month


Central Valley Corvette Run To Universal Studio

and The California Science Center

March 4 th Through March 6th

We will stay at the Hilton Hotel Universal Studio. The cost is $189 per night plus tax

and $24 per night for parking. This hotel in on the grounds of Universal and easy

walking distance to the theme park and City Walk as well as the Subway station.

The cost for Universal Studio is about $85 per person. I will include that in the trip

fee as that has to be paid in advance as a group.

We will take the subway to the Science Museum on Friday at a cost of about $5.

The museum is free but they will charge a nominal fee for the group tour that will

be included in the trip fee.

We will have Dinner as a group in a restaurant in Universal City Walk on Friday

night.

All other meals will be on your own.

Exact departure time and Trip fee cost will be given out at the January meeting.


C-CVT16


I WANT YOUR CORVETTE

In the Clovis Rodeo’s

Annual Parade !

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Meet at:

Judy’s Donuts in The Trading Post Center on the SE corner of Herndon & Clovis Ave.

Time: Donuts & Coffee from 7:45 to 8:00 am - No later than 8:00 am, Saturday, April 23, 2016

Caravan:

Waiting:

We leave at 8:00 am to the parade staging area (Jefferson, just west of Sunnyside).

We MUST be in place on Jefferson before 8:25 am as they close all of the streets

in that area at that time.

We will wait on Jefferson approximately ½ to 1 hour until we are called on to line up.

Wear/Bring: Your Patriotic Cap & CVC Shirt / American Flags & Decor, Water, Chair, Umbrella, etc.

Rules:

Lunch:

ABSOLUTELY NO BURN-OUT OF TIRES. If one car spins its tires, we will all be escorted off

the parade route and never be invited back again. No throwing of candy or trinkets. (Only

walkers may hand out goodies). Yes, you MAY honk, wave, smile, & rev your engine in neutral!

We will meet up after the Parade at Red Robin, SE corner Shaw/Clovis for lunch / Ice Cream

Contact: Charlie Fosnaugh at fosnaugh@comcast.net or 281-2876

Or Co-Chair : Mike Lebda at mjlebda@comcast.net or 905-9971

Sign up by the April 19 st Meeting!


CVC 3 rd Annual Picnic at Kroekerville

May 1, 2016

Back by popular demand, good food,

music, desert contest, games & more.

More details to follow.


9 th Annual Word From Home

Car Show to Support Our Troops

Over 2,300

care packages delivered!

Car Show &

Freedom Celebration

Sunday, June 26, 2016

5:00 P.M. til Dark

Lifetree

Assembly of God Church

35849 Ave 13 ½

Madera, Ca.

NW Corner of Road 36

and Ave 13 ½

Madera Ranchos

To enter your car call

Pam Hansen (559) 474-2330


9 th Annual Word From Home Car Show

and Freedom Celebra6on to Support Our Troops

Sunday June 26, 2016 5:00 P.M. 6l Dark

Lifetree Assembly of God Church 35849 Ave 13 ½ Madera Ranchos

Call Pam Hansen (559) 474-­‐2330 for more informaIon

BOUNCE HOUSE

Name _____________________________________________________________________________________________

Address_________________________________________________________City_________________Zip____________

Vehicle InformaIon – Year________________ Make_______________________Model ___________________________

Fee Enclosed $20.00 preregistraIon checks payable to Lifetree Assembly of God Church.

In considera,on of the acceptance of the right to par,cipate, entrants by the execu,on of this entry form release and discharge the sponsors and their representa,ves

from any and all known damages, injuries, losses, and/or claims from any causes whatsoever that may be suffered by entrant to his person or property. Further, each entrant

expressly agrees to indemnify all of the forgoing from any and all liability occasioned or resul,ng from the conduct of entrants or any par,cipant assis,ng or

coopera,ng with entrant under the discre,on or control of entrants. Sorry no Refunds on entry fee.

Entrants signature_________________________________________________Date_____________________________

FIREWORKS

BARBEQUE CHICKEN, HAMBURGERS AND HOTDOGS


PRESIDENT’S

MYSTERY RUN

JULY 6-9

COST: $650 PER COUPLE

DESTINATION: YOU’RE LOOKING AT IT!!!

SIGN UP AND PAY CVC BY THE MAY 17 MEETING

.


WHO’S

WATCHING

WHICH

GAME?


AND WHO’S

WATCHING

THESE

TWO?


President Gary, V.P. Skip, Treas. Mike, V.P. Charlotte & Sec. Debby

Members Emilio, Jeff, Scott, Del, Susan & 1 st Lady Jan


Members Terry, Joyce & Ed

Members Lorraine, Glenn, Tom, Marci & Mary


Guests Lori & David Guest Diane

Guest Bob

V.P. Charlotte


Members Kim, Pam, Craig, Diane, Mike & guest Diane

Members Chuck, Patrick, Pat, MaryAnn, Roy, Keith, Debbie & Linda


Members Andy & Connie

Members Roy, Keith, Debbie and guests Lori & David


C7

3LT

Z51

• Torch Red Convertable

• Jet Black Interior

• Fully Loaded

• less than 100 Miles on it

• MSRP $80,410

• CVC Price, only $73,637

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