Central Valley Corvettes of Fresno - December 2017

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Central Valley Corvettes of Fresno - December 2017

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 ENTHUSIAST 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 a

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 as per CVC

Bylaws.

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

Andy Anderson

977-3387

ancon545@yahoo.com

VP-ACTIVITIES

Dick Danielsen

298-5229

redanielsenr@aol.com

VP-PUBLIC RELATIONS/ MEMBERSHIP

Charlotte Renna

323-0153

chrenna@aol.com

SECRETARY

Terry Johnson

940-0876

purplegal54@gmail.com

TREASURER

Dick Johnson

940-5719

rejohnson1142@gmail.com

PARLIAMENTARIAN

Gary Pflepsen

999-2957

pgpflep@aol.com

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS

Chuck Laningham

304-7662

laningham@hotmail.com

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

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

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

Birthdays & Anniversaries......... 6-7

New Club Officers 2018……………. 8

New Club Members………………….. 9

Make A Wish Donation……………. 10

Sunshine & Clouds………………….. 11

Holiday Foods that Travel…… 12-13

December Holidays…………………. 14

In the Garage w/Charlie……….15-21

CVC Activities.............................22

CVC Event Flyers...................23-28

Merry Christmas…..………………… 29

Sanger Homecoming Pics…… 30-33

Fresno Zoo Run Pics………….. 34-36

From our Sponsor, Ed Dena....... 37

SUNSHINE & CLOUDS - NEWS

Debbie Garrison

875-0800

keithgar@aol.com

WEBSITE & NEWSLETTER EDITOR

Charlie Fosnaugh

299-0547

fosnaugh@comcast.net


…a word from our President!

Hi Corvetter’s:

Well it is Christmas time again. I cannot

believe it came so quick. The board

meeting was last Tuesday and I think

we got things figured out. Looks like it

is going to be a fun year. I was so very

sorry to hear that Roy passed away I

loved that guy!

He had a great smile and was always up

and never had a bad thing to say about

anybody. Our prayers are with you

MaryAnn!!!!!! This is the sad part of

being in the club. When you start losing

your good friends. Not a lot else to say

this time, stay gold and be happy.


Central Valley Corvettes

General Meeting Minutes

November 21, 2017

The General Meeting was called to order by

President Andy Anderson at 6:34pm. Minutes

from the October meeting were read. Charlie

Fosnaugh made a motion to accept the

minutes as read. Mike Hayes seconded. Dick

Johnson gave the Treasurer’s report.

Tonight’s raffle brought in $300.00. Aimee

Parkin and Diane Tjerrild were the lucky $50

winners.

VP of Activities, Dick Danielsen went over the

last month’s many activities. December is a

busy month with Charlie’s Movie night,

Christmas Party hosted by the Garrisons and

Andersons, Charlotte’s Hayride event, ending

with Skip’s New Year’s Eve Lunch Run.

VP of Public Relations, Charlotte Renna passed

out ballots for our 2018 Board members.

Elected for a 2 nd term are; Andy Anderson,

President, Dick Danielsen, VP of Activities,

Terry Johnson, Secretary. Dick Johnson was

elected VP of Public Relations and joining the

Board is Darlene Derringer as Treasurer.

Charlotte then welcomed our newest

members, Charlie (#2) and Deb West. Since

Charlotte sponsored them, she is the recipient

of a $50 gift card to Yosemite Falls. Birthdays

totaled 413 years. Charlie Fosnaugh let us

know, there has been 670 hits on our website

and newsletter so far this month.

Chuck Laningham collected $4.00 in badge

fines. Debbie Garrison gave her sad

Sunshine report. Dave Dawson will be

placed in Hospice and Roy Whitson is in

and out of consciousness at St. Agnes

(Secretary’s note: Roy passed 11/28/17).

Art and Nancy White are headed home

from Texas. They will have completed

1800 miles with their boat when they

arrive. Looking forward to hearing the

stories at the Christmas Party.

Old Business: After a vote of donation

choices, Skip Severance made a motion to

donate $1000.00 to the Club’s favorite

charity this year, Make-A-Wish

Foundation. Aimee Parkin seconded. All

in favor. Skip will be presenting the gift in

the next week.

New Business: Diane Tjerrild

announced she will be collecting coats and

blankets again this year at our Christmas

Party, that will be passed on to Catholic

Charities.

Next Board meeting will be at Andy

Anderson’s home on November 28, 2017,

at 7pm. Charlie Fosnaugh made a motion

to adjourn the meeting at 7:30pm. Chuck

Laningham seconded.

Respectfully submitted by

Terry Johnson, Secretary

Raffle – Thank you to the following members

for donating raffle prizes: A&C Anderson,

Danielsen, Derringer, Dukes, Engelman,

Fosnaugh, Garrahan, Garrison, Henenfent,

Jarvis, Johnson, Kroeker, Lebda, Null, Olson,

Parkin, Piercy, Renna, Severance, Tjerrild


y Charlotte Renna

Charlotte Renna, 12/06 – Diane Tjerrild, 12/06 – Gary Pflepsen, 12/07 – Charlie

Fosnaugh, 12/12 – Sarah Garcia, 12/14 – Peggy Bandy, 12/16 – Chuck Laningham, 12/22

and Lupe Dawson, 12/28.

Craig & Darlene Derringer, 12/03/05, 12 Yrs.

Terry & Debby Anderson, 12/04/93 – 24 Yrs.

Del & Susan Walker, 12/11/13 – 4 Yrs.

Fred & Susan Rose, 12/16/73 – 44 Yrs.

David & Lori Dukes, 12/17/05 – 12 Yrs.

Don & Connie Olson, 12/18/66 – 51 Yrs.

Rennie & Joyce Campos, 12/23/74 – 43 Yrs.

PLEASE REMEMBER TO WEAR YOUR CVC NAME BADGE TO ALL CLUB MEETINGS!

(NOW a 50₵ FINE without it)

SUPPORT YOUR CLUB RAFFLE AND BRING A RAFFLE PRIZE!

AND BE SURE AND RECOMEND OUR WEB SITE REGULARLY

AT: www.CentralValleyCorvettes.com


Congratulations

to the 2018

CVC Officers!!

PRESIDENT: ANDY ANDERSON

VICE-PRESIDENT, ACTIVITIES:

DICK DANIELSEN

VICE-PRESIDENT, PUBLIC RELATIONS:

DICK JOHNSON

TREASURER: DARLENE DERRINGER

SECRETARY: TERRY JOHNSON

OUR NEXT REGULAR MEETING IS DECEMBER 19, 2017

TWO NEW BOARD POSITIONS WILL HAVE TO LEARN THE ROPES!


New members Peggy & Jim Bandy were installed!

Sponsored by David & Lori Dukes

They own a 2017 Blade Silver Z06 & a 2005 Silver Coupe

Charlie & Deb West were voted into membership!

They own a 1999 Torch Red Coupe


LeighAnn, myself and Dick Danielsen met with Diana

Rambo, Executive Director of Make A Wish and presented

her with the $1000 from check from CVC today Nov. 27 th .

She was very pleased to get the check and mentioned that

they granted 128 wishes from Sept 2016 and Aug 2017. She

mentioned that studies have shown that children’s health

improve after being granted their wish. She also mentioned

that while attending some funerals of children that did not

make it, that their wish was displayed at the service,

obviously being a very big part of their life.

Skip


SUNSHINE & CLOUDS

Debbie Garrison

Nov.21, 2017

It has been a difficult month for some of our members, please remember to keep them in your

prayers.

Leigh Ann Severance lost her brother very suddenly this month.

Our dear friend Roy Whitson passed away on November 28 th . He had been having issues for

some months now although you would never know it. He always had a smile on his face and

never complained about anything. He began feeling ill again and was admitted on Halloween

and had surgery a few days later for a blockage in his colon and received a colostomy. The

colostomy had to be revised and was unresponsive. He started talking a bit and was even able to

watch a little football. He seemed to be getting better although it would be a long road to

recovery. He took a turn for the worse and had to be connected back to all the tubes and

machines. Roy requested to be taken off life support. Please keep Mary Ann in your prayers.

Dave Dawson is having in-home Hospice care. He’s not eating well and doesn’t have the strength

to get up and when he does his blood pressure plummets. The Garrahan’s, Laningham’s and

Keith and I made a trip to Merced earlier this month to visit with Dave and Lupe. He enjoyed the

visit. Lupe’s sister Pat is here from Michigan helping out. She is a blessing. Let Lupe know you are

thinking of her and Dave.

Ed Kroeker is still at the group care facility near their home, he has his good and bad days. Some

days better than others but enjoys visits from Joyce and the family.

Good News for Joyce Kroeker she has finished her six bladder cancer treatments. She is feeling

fine and doesn’t have to return to the doctor for 6 months. Yea!!

Steve and Lydia Garcia shared with us that they became Grandparents for the 14 th time. Their

youngest daughter had her second child on November 16 th , a little boy; 8 lbs. 12 oz. His name is

Tavita Setafano Lakatani which translate to David Steven Lakataini. So happy for all.

Our friends and members Art and Nancy White are finally home from their big sailing trip with

1800 miles behind them. Looking forward to seeing family and friends and sharing stories of

their adventure at our Christmas Party. Can’t wait to hear all about it.

Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving with Family and Friends. The Christmas season is upon us

and everyone is busy but take a moment to remember the Reason for the Season.

Blessings to all, Your Sunshine Girl, Debbie G.


Holiday Dishes that Travel!

It’s the beginning of the holiday season and all the traditional eats are right around

the corner. If you’re traveling and volunteered (or were volunteered by someone else)

to bring your best dish, did you consider what the travel time can do to your recipe?

Or whether there will be room in the oven to cook or reheat your tasty tidbits once

you arrive? Don’t let holiday travel throw a wrench into what might otherwise be

described as nothing short of divine. A tweak here and there may be all your favorite

recipe needs. For example, if a hard brake on the way to last year’s family gathering

sent your infamous cherry pie toward destinations unknown, leaving you to arrive

empty-handed, why not try something a little safer this year?

Try this instead – make cherry pie bars.

Cherry pie bars? Yes, they’re a thing. They’re delicious and perfectly preportioned.

If you don’t know where to start, TheCountryCook.net has a delicious recipe that you

can make the night before. Then, package them up in an airtight container that can

be safely stored away for a safe arrival at your destination. (One of the best parts of

this recipe is you can make them with any number of seasonal fillings – pumpkin,

cherry, apple, blueberry, pecan … the list goes on!)


Holiday Dishes that Travel!

When sweets are not your thing and your must-have side dish is, well … a must-have,

consider my favorite go-to small kitchen appliance – the slow cooker!

Roll your eyes if you like, but when it comes to picking up and taking your holiday

meals on the road, the slow cooker can be your best friend. Whether you’re in charge

of snack foods (ever try Slow-Cooker Chex Party Mix?) or bringing your to-die-for

creamy mashed potatoes (you won’t believe how easy Slow-Cooker Mashed Potatoes

can be), you can do it all in your magical slow cooker. And, when you arrive, there’s

no fighting over oven space – all you need is a little counter space and an outlet to

keep things warm. If your vehicle has a power outlet and your slow cooker has a

“keep warm” setting, you may not even need to worry about your contribution to

dinner getting cold on the way. (Make sure you check your owner’s manuals to

ensure everything is compatible before plugging in!)

Finally, if you have been given the seemingly daunting task of cranberry sauce, yes,

you have the option of grabbing a couple cans off the shelf of whatever store you pass

that is open on your way to dinner. But why do that when it’s so easy to make and it

actually travels well? Below you will find my never-before-shared, never-fail

cranberry sauce recipe. It’s easy and, by the way, you can double it and use it in place

of the cherry pie filling in the Cherry Pie Bars recipe above!

Never-Fail Cranberry Sauce

1 12-ounce bag of cranberries, rinsed (pick out any soft berries and/or stems),

2 oranges & 1 cup sugar. Zest the oranges into the pan you will use to cook the

cranberry sauce. Then squeeze the oranges into a measuring cup. Add enough water

to equal 1 cup of liquid. Pour into the pan with the orange zest and add the sugar.

Cook on medium low, stirring constantly until the sugar is completely dissolved.

Carefully add the berries and turn heat to low. Stir. When berries begin to pop, you’re

almost there. Keep stirring until the berries cook down. The sauce will seem a bit

syrup-y, but it will firm up as it cools. Enjoy!

Anonymous!


DID YOU KNOW SOME OF THE BEST

HOLIDAYS ARE IN DECEMBER…?

(BESIDES CHRISTMAS)

December is chock full of all kinds of holidays.

Celebrate all month long with some of my favorites!


‘In the Garage’ with Charlie

If you haven’t seen the December 2017, 750 th Issue of Car & Driver Magazine, I suggest

you get your hands on one before they are all gone! Not only is the new 2019 Corvette

ZR1 on the cover, but it is full of all kinds of Automotive History from A to Z! It’s all

fun and interesting. They call it the Encyclopedia Vehicula. Here’s the article on the

ALL NEW 2019 FRONT-ENGINE CORVETTE ZR1 (courtesy of Car & Driver Magazine).


2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1: The 750-HP Front-Engined

Vette to End All Front-Engined Vettes!

To make a Corvette even mightier than the Z06, you need only two things: power

and downforce. CarandDriver.com Dec. 2017 by Jared Gall, Multiple Photographers

There’s no pretending anymore that a tectonic shift isn’t on its horizon, but the

Chevrolet Corvette as we know it is still evolving as if it’s in a time-lapse video. In 2013,

the Z06 was a 505-hp middle manager toiling in the shadow of the supercharged ZR1;

just a generation later, it outearns its former boss with a 650-hp blown LT4,

establishing itself as the greatest performance value of all time. At Virginia

International Raceway for our annual Lightning Lap track extravaganza, the currentgeneration

Z06 fell short of an $875,000 limited-production hypercar by only a second

and a half—at a savings of some three-quarters of a million bucks. It’d be pretty easy

to make a Z06 faster with another $775,000.

Or you could let Chevy do it for you at a significant discount. Final pricing for the 2019

ZR1 isn’t settled, but expect it to track the C6-generation ZR1 and start just above

$120,000 when it reaches dealers in spring 2018. It’s not wrong to think of the ZR1 as

a Z06 with more. Both have supercharged engines, and aside from that, their

drivetrains—either the seven-speed manual or the eight-speed automatic—are the

same right down to the gear ratios. Suspension differences are limited to tuning. There

are no fancy spool-valve shocks here as there are on a Camaro ZL1 1LE; as with the

Z06, the ZR1 uses magnetorheological dampers.


The ZR1’s front wheels are

a half-inch wider, changing

the tire’s shoulder

geometry, but its standard

and optional rubber are the

same pieces Z06 buyers

get, and the ZR1’s brakes

are the Z06’s optional

rotors and calipers with

new pads. But the ZR1 is

precisely one step beyond

just “more.” Longtime

Corvette chief engineer

Tadge Juechter describes

the ZR1 as “the most we know how to do.” Here, the most means 755 horsepower and

715 lb-ft of torque. And it starts, as it did in 1990 on the first ZR-1 that most people

remember, with an engine called LT5. With pushrods instead of its ancestor’s dual

overhead cams, though, this LT5 is an evolution of the 6.2-liter LT4 powering the

current Z06. Like the Z06’s engine, this one is capped by an Eaton supercharger. The

blower is bigger than the LT4’s, pumping 52 percent more air with each revolution,

and taller by 2.9 inches.

Corvette exterior design

manager Kirk Bennion says

that, when the design team

tried to maintain typical

hood clearances, “you got

behind the wheel, and you

couldn’t even see the right

side of the car.” Faced with

this difficulty, his team

decided to stay home. Stay

home from Europe, that is.

Forgoing European sales

and ignoring the Continent’s

rulebook meant not having to meet its stringent pedestrian-protection regulations. In

Europe, the head of anybody who steps in front of a moving car is entitled to smash

through a minimum amount of (relatively) soft material and space before contacting

hard engine parts such as intake manifolds, superchargers, or intercooler bricks. Here

in the U.S.A., we have thicker skulls—perhaps related to an above-global-average

dairy intake—and our regulators will let you bonk your noggin on an engine that sticks

up through the hood. The largest chunk of that carbon-fiber strip running down the

center of the ZR1’s nose is, in fact, the intercooler cover.


As Juechter describes

it: “You’ve got no air

gap between the

engine and the hood,

you’ve got no hood

blanket, you’ve got no

construction between

the hood inner and

outer. All that stuff

usually stacks on top

[of the engine], but we

consumed all of that

and then let the

engine crawl out

another inch, inch and

a half.” Adds Bennion: “It was a challenge to get that hood right. It could get real

backwoods on you real fast.” While you can now see the right side of the car, the view

from the driver’s seat is still plenty dramatic: Luke Skywalker’s as he zooms down the

trench toward the Death Star’s exhaust port. And, Juechter promises, it’s even more

dramatic when you start the car. “[The engine] moves around on you. You step on it,

you can see the engine trying to pick the front of the car up and come out of the hole.

Every twitch of your foot, you can see how the driveline is moving. It’s part of the

charm.” In much the same way a great white chomping on the bars of your dive cage

is part of the charm. We’re also told the LT5 will shoot flames from its exhaust, so

there’s even charm for the

people behind a ZR1. That

last bit is a conveniently badass

byproduct of the engine’s

new fuel-delivery system,

which uses both port and

direct injection. At the other

end of the combustion cycle,

there’s another benefit to

Corvexit: louder exhaust. U.S.

pass-by noise regulations

allow more decibels than do

the European Union’s. In

addition to the electronically

controlled butterfly valves in a Z06, the ZR1’s exhaust system incorporates a newly

patented internal valve that Juechter likens to the flap on top of a semitractor’s exhaust

pipe. A spring holds it closed under light loads, but as exhaust flow grows more urgent,

it overcomes the spring pressure and pushes the valve open, allowing for a smoother

rise to the volume than the all-or-nothing character of the butterfly valve alone.


Beyond the larger supercharger and the fuel-injection system, the biggest differences

between the LT4 and LT5 are the latter’s larger throttle body and strengthened

crankshaft. Even with the computer dialing

back the torque output in the lower gears,

Chevy figures the ZR1 will hit 60 mph in

less than three seconds, clear the quarter

in less than 11, and top out beyond 210

mph. Juechter says: “Some companies,

when they go up in horsepower, what

they’re really doing is just extending the

torque curve . . . the peak torque isn’t higher

at all, it just extends a little bit. We’ve

elevated the torque across the range. It

feels stronger than a Z06 all the way

through the gear run-up, not just a little

extension at the end.”

“If you’re going to engage in an endeavor like this,” adds Tom Peters, “you need that

noticeable transition or contrast. You know a customer is going to expect it.” As design

director for performance cars at General Motors, Peters shouldered much of the

responsibility for the other half of the ZR1’s story: aerodynamics. Aside from the rear

wing and different wheels, the Z06 and ZR1 are identical aft of the A-pillars. Forward

of them, no bodywork is shared, and engineers crammed an additional four heat

exchangers into the nose. Each outboard nostril contains a new radiator and

intercooler. The two intercooler bricks underhood are enlarged to twice the size of the

LT4’s. The ZR1’s larger blower and additional coolers add some 140 pounds to the

Z06’s curb weight, most of it concentrated in the nose. A chief collaborator on the

ZR1’s styling was air.

Maximizing airflow

through all those

exchangers meant

extensive wind-tunnel

development, using

both scale models and

full-size cars in a rollingroad

wind tunnel. “We

see aerodynamics as an

opportunity to make the

car more unique, more

pure and genuine,”

Peters says. “To me,

that’s universal truth,

and that’s design.”


Not all ZR1s will wear as extreme an aero or color package as the car in these photos.

This one is fitted with the ZTK Performance package, which includes Michelin Pilot

Sport Cup 2 rubber, specific tuning of the magnetorheological dampers, and that

mondo wing. A smaller one is standard. This car is also wearing the Sebring Orange

Design package, which brings the blazing hue to the brake calipers, rocker panels,

seatbelts, interior stitching, and stripes on the splitter. The ZTK wing offers 10 degrees

of adjustability and generates a claimed 950 pounds of downforce at top speed. That’s

more than the Z06’s wicker bill generates, and it’s a vastly more efficient way of making

downforce, which explains how the ZR1 can tack another 25 or so mph onto the Z06’s

top speed. “You see a lot of poseurs out there who just bolt the wing to the hatch, so

it goes up with the

hatch,” Juechter notes.

“But if you’re generating

true downforce, like epic

quantities of downforce,

you can’t route that

through the hatch. You’ll

crack it.” So his wing

mounts aft of the hatch

opening, where two

aluminum castings

tucked inside the fascia

tie into the back of the

car’s composite tub and

transmit that load down to the bumper beam. He demonstrates the sturdiness of the

setup by yanking on the wing with both hands, which shakes the whole car.

ZR1s without the ZTK performance package will have the same carbon-fiber front

splitter as the car shown here, but the ZTK adds spindly vertical end plates that owe

their toe-lopping thinness to the decision to stay out of Europe. According to Juechter,

the EU’s pedestrian-protection rules mandate “very doughy radii” on such pieces. Why

two different aero packages

on such a low-volume model?

“We wanted to have the

aerodynamic performance for

our top-level track car,” he

explains, “but we also wanted

to have a car that people

could drive to the country club

and put their golf clubs in the

back.” Or, for that matter, stow

the removable roof panel.


That big wing is going to complicate loading and unloading. The ZR1 might be the

ultimate track Corvette, but its creators don’t see it as being the craziest. That title still

belongs to the Z06. Their goal with the ZR1, Juechter says, is “to have the performance

accessible, to have people who are not necessarily professional drivers be able to get

into and experience a 750-hp car and be able to get close to its limits and feel

comfortable doing it.” To that end, the springs, dampers, and electronically controlled

limited-slip differential are all calibrated to be forgiving. Unlike the positively brutal

Camaro ZL1 1LE, the ZR1 is a “have your cake and eat it, too” kind of car, according

to Juechter—a high-powered

grand tourer. It will still be faster

than the Z06, of course.

Chevy’s team uses a different

track configuration than we do

for Lightning Lap but says the

ZR1 laps VIR 2.5 seconds

quicker than a Z06. If we can

replicate that performance on

the longer Grand West Course,

the ZR1 should set a new

Lightning Lap record.

It seems that Chevy is gunning for a sales record with this ZR1 as well. We’ve seen

spy photos of ZR1 convertibles in addition to the coupes, so it appears that this

generation will be available in all the flavors of the regular Corvette lineup. Regardless

of transmission or body style, the ZR1 promises to run away from more expensive

machinery on a racetrack for a fraction of the price. No matter how much the Corvette

might change, that’s one thing that never will.

ARTICLE FROM CAR AND DRIVER DEC 2017 https://www.caranddriver.com/news/2019-chevrolet-corvette-zr1-full-info-on-the-bonkers-755-hp-vette-news


CVC

Activities

Schedule

THANK YOU TO

EVERYONE WHO HAS

STEPPED UP AND PUT ON ONE OR MORE RUNS/EVENTS THIS YEAR. WITHOUT

YOUR PARTICIPATION, WE WOULD NOT HAVE HAD NEARLY AS FUN A YEAR AS WE

DID. HOPEFULLY EVERYONE WILL NOW GET BUSY PLANNING A LOT OF ACTIVITIES

FOR 2018! I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO ENCOURAGE NEWER MEMBERS TO BECOME

INVOLVED IN PLANNING RUNS IN THE NEW YEAR. IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE, JUST

ASK. REMEMBER, THE MORE RUNS WE DO, THE MORE FUN WE WILL HAVE! BEST

WISHES FOR A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY, HEALTHY NEW YEAR.

DICK DANIELSEN

Dec 7 CVC 2017 Christmas Party Garrison’s

Dec 17 Christmas Hayride Renna

Dec 20 Movie Nite –‘Star Wars, The Last Jedi’ Fosnaugh

Dec 31 New Year’s Eve Lunch Run Severance

2018

April 19-21 COB Gambler’s Classic Garrison’s

July 26-Aug 12 Colorado Rocky Mountain High Hansen’s

GENERAL MEETING ALWAYS 3 RD TUESDAY 6:30 PM

BOARD MEETING IS THE TUESDAY FOLLOWING THE

GENERAL MEETING AT 7:00PM

Dominos 2nd & 4th Thursday of the Month


CVC CHRISTMAS PARTY

THURSDAY-DECEMBER 7, 2017

PARDINI’S

2257 W Shaw Ave, Fresn0

DINNER, DANCING & MERRIMENT

5:30 – 9:30 PM

SOCIAL HOUR-5:30 PM – NO HOST BAR

DINNER-6:30 PM

DINNER CHOICES-BRAISED PAN ROASTED BEEF

OR CHICKEN MARSALA

$45.00 PER COUPLE-$22.50 SINGLE

PAYMENT DUE AT NOVEMBER MEETING

SEMI-FORMAL (JACKET/TIE OPTIONAL)

YOUR HOSTS

GARRISON’S & ANDERSON’S

QUESTIONS CALL DEBBIE-355-9548


CVC CHRISTMAS HAYRIDE!

WHERE: CHARLOTTE RENNA’S HOUSE

491 W. ATHENS, CLOVIS

WHEN: SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17 TH @ 5:30 PM

$10 PER PERSON

DINNER BUFFET WITH DRINKS & DESSERTS

CHRISTMAS CAROLS & SOCIAL

ENJOY THE HAYRIDE WITH KEITH & DEBBIE!


Dinner & Movie Nite…

You are invited to join us in watching:

On Wednesday nite, Dec. 20, 2017

Our festivities will be held the Maya Cinema

3090 E. Campus Pointe Dr. Fresno, Ca 93710

Dinner @ 5:30 pm Hino Oishi, and the movie starts @

7:00 pm in the MPX Theater (#8 with an elevator!)

RSVP to Charlie Fosnaugh for reservations, 281-2876

Who’s ready to go again?


HAPPY NEW YEAR

Let’s meet at noon for lunch on New Years Eve

and celebrate the end of 2017 and the start of

2018. We are going to WestWoods BBQ on Nees

Ave. As you enter, turn left and go to the private

room in the back. Sign-up sheet at the meeting.

Skip & LeighAnn


CORVETTES OF BAKERSFIELD 21 ST

GAMBLER’S CLASSIC IN LAUGHLIN, NV

RUN LEADERS KEITH AND DEBBIE GARRISON

STAY TUNED FOR SPECIFIC INFORMATION!


COLORADO ROCKY MOUNTAIN

HIGH – CVC TOUR IV

W/CRAIG AND PAM HANSEN

Thursday, JULY 26, 2018 thru

Sunday, August 12, 2018

DETAILS PROVIDED AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE


TO ALL THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR TIME AND

ENERGY TO MAKE OUR CVC CLUB & ACTIVITIES

A GREAT SUCCESS, THANK YOU!!!

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

from your Editor!

Charlie Fosnaugh


Sanger Homecoming Queen Haul, 10/13/17


Photos By

Debbie

Garrison


Photos by Debbie Garrison

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