Central Valley Corvettes of Fresno - February 2018

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Central Valley Corvettes of Fresno - February 2018

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, Dick Johnson (559) 940-5719

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

Dick Johnson

940-5719

rejohnson1142@gmail.com

SECRETARY

Terry Johnson

940-0876

purplegal54@gmail.com

TREASURER

Darlene Derringer

647-1577

darlenemoats@sbcglobal.net

PARLIAMENTARIAN

Gary Pflepsen

999-2957

pgpflep@aol.com

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

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

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

New Club Members………………….. 6

In the Headlights, Estrada………… 7

Birthdays & Anniversaries......... 8-9

Sunshine & Clouds…………….. 10-12

History of Valentine’s Day……….. 13

1st Carbon 65 & ZR1 at Auction. 14

NCM 25 th Anniv. Caravan……. 15-17

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

CVC Event Flyers.................. 19-26

New Year’s Lunch Pics……………. 27

From our Sponsor, Ed Dena....... 28

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS

Chuck Laningham

304-7662

laningham@hotmail.com

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:

Hope everyone is having a good time.

Lots of runs coming up. Should be a

good year. Super bowl coming up

Sunday. Hope everyone has a good

time. I am having my second bout with

the flu. And it is bad.

This is one the happiest clubs I have ever

been in. Stay happy and if things are not

good, just tell yourself: IT JUST DOESN’T

MATTER. Stay good and stay gold.

Your President,

Andy Anderson


Central Valley Corvettes

General Meeting Minutes 1-16-18

Ah. Another baby picture!

The General Meeting was called to order by

President Andy Anderson at 6:30pm. Minutes from

the December meeting were read. Lupe’s sister

joined us at the November meeting not her sisterin-law.

With the correction – Mike Lebda made a

motion to accept the minutes. Mike Henenfent

seconded. Darlene Derringer gave the Treasurer’s

report. Tonight’s raffle brought in $235. Winners

of the $50 bills were Ruthie Danielsen (that makes

2!!!!!) and Jill Kroeker.

VP of Activities, Dick Danielsen went over the past

activities. 34 members attended Roy Whitson’s

Celebration of Life. While a lot that was said, we

already knew, we found out Roy was a prankster

and heard about some of his pranks. Future events

include Movie night on January 24 th , Super Bowl

Party at the Lebda’s. Valentine dinner at

Cattlemen’s in Selma on Feb 11 th . And don’t forget

the Laughlin Run in April. The women are putting

together a Domino’s Run to Napa to support Judy

Capurro. It will either be at the end of February or

the beginning of March. Stay tuned.

VP of Public Relations, Dick Johnson welcomed

our newest members, the Estrada’s minus Bob

sponsored by Diane Tjerrild. We voted on Roger

and Valerie Merritt. We all said yes!! Birthdays

totaled 671 years and Anniversaries totaled 197

years. 2 couples the Comers and the Hayes are

recognizing 50+ years. The Hayes received a $25

gift card from Panera for

having been married the

longest this month – 53

years!! Congratulations.

Dick also reminded us to

shred our old rosters not

just throw away. There is private information on

them. Also, a reminder to bring in those

insurance cards when members renewals come

up during the year. Chuck Laningham collected

$4.50 in badge fines. Debbie Garrison gave her

sunshine and Clouds report. Connie Olson has

fallen and broken several bones in her hand. She

is now in rehab at the Genesis complex on

Alluvial in Fresno. We are all whirling from the

many passings of past and present members.

One bright spot was Craig and Darlene

Derringer’s announcement of a grand baby at a

mere 10# plus. Please keep Ruthie Danielsen in

your prayers as she has surgery January 29 th . The

Hayes attended the wedding of their 3 rd

grandson this past weekend.

Tonights baby picture belongs to Lynne

Henenfent. 7 people guessed correctly but only

one winner. That would be Emily Piercy.

Old Business – Diane Tjerrild thanked everyone

for their generous donations of coats and

blankets. This year 1200 items were collected

for Catholic Charities compared to 900 items

last year. It has been decided – if you wear your

club logo shirt that has your name on it, you do

NOT have to wear your name badge.

New Business – None

Next Board meeting will be at The Danielsen’s,

Tuesday, January 23 rd , 7pm. Scott Parkin made

a motion to adjourn the meeting at 7:27pm.

Bob Peluso seconded. Respectfully submitted,

Terry Johnson, Secretary

Thank you to the following members for donating

raffle prizes: A&C Anderson, Danielsen, Derringer,

Sarah Garcia, Garrahan, Garrison, Henderson,

Henenfent, Jarvis, Johnson, Kroeker, Kroeker,

Laningham, Null, Parkin, Parks & Tjerrild


New members Gina & Bob(not present) Estrada were installed!

Sponsored by Diane Tjerrild

She owns a 2017 Admiral Blue Stingray

Roger & Valerie Merritt were voted into membership!

Sponsored by Amiee Parkin

They own a 2017 Arctic White Grand Sport


NAMES:

Bob (66) and Gina (50) Estrada

CORVETTE: 2017 Admiral Blue Stingray

MARITAL STATUS: Married 20 Years

CHILDREN: Mary, Staci, Joshua, Christian PETS: Sam, 2 yr. Golden Doodle

HOBBIES: Bob - looking at cars, Gina - reading, writing, golf, traveling

OCCUPATION: Both Financial Advisors

HOW DID YOU DISCOVER CVC: Friends of Diane Tjerrild

FAVORITE FOODS: Italian

FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Five, Pismo’s, Cracked Pepper, The palms

FAVORITE PLACES TO VISIT: Pebble Beach, Monterey Bay, Italy, Spain

FANTASY CVC RUN ?? Monterey

ANYTHING ELSE ?? Bob is the BEST Husband in the Whole World!


y Dick Johnson

Skip Severance, 2/01 – Sue Comer, 2/02 – Steve Rosen, 2/05 – Ruthie Danielsen, 2/13

Rennie Campos, 2/22 – Lori Cameron, 2/25 and Linda Laningham, 2/25

Chuck & Linda Laningham, 2/04/67, 51 Yrs.

Bob & Kathy Marine, 2/09/74 – 44 Yrs.

Rodger & Valerie Merritt, 2/24/63 – 55 Yrs.

PLEASE REMEMBER TO WEAR YOUR CVC NAME BADGE or A CVC LOGO SHIRT WITH

YOUR NAME ON IT 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


SUNSHINE & CLOUDS

Debbie Garrison

Jan. 16, 2018

David Sons Dad Hollis Sons passed away and Julie sent us the note below:

“We were very shocked to hear the news that many of our past and present Corvette family

loved ones have passed on and our hearts are with each one who have lost their loved ones. I'm

sure you had heard that David's Dad Hollis also lost his fight on December 28th after a long 3-

week fight in the ICU. David was at the hospital with his mom from sunup to sundown and after

so many countless hours to and from the hospital he inevitably caught a nasty bug. On top of all

the stress and madness he came down with the flu and had a fever, body aches and

coughing. He was so nice that once he had enough of it he gave it to me so right now I am a bit

under the weather myself. I think you will be hearing a lot of similar news this month and that

many in the club have been hit hard with some sort of ailment, because it's a bad flu

season. Needless-to-say, David's Mom is living with us now and she is very emotional and cries

a lot. Hollis and she had been married over 70 years and she was only 14 years old when they

married, so I guess it is a bit understandable she is super sad. Unfortunately, she also has early

stages of Alzheimer's which makes it even more difficult to give her the care she needs but we

are taking it day by day for now. I hope all is well with everyone in the club and we look forward

to seeing you all someday soon. I'm just not sure when we might be able to fit it in. Hugs to all

and Happy 2018.”

Our dear friend Roy Whitson’s Celebration of Life was on January 13 th with 34 members

attending. It was great tribute to Roy’s memory with many speakers made up of friends and coworkers.

Our own Patrick and Keith said a few words about what a great guy he was. We found

out many things about Roy we didn’t know, for one thing we found out that our Roy was a

prankster. I guess with all the jokesters in the club he didn’t need to show that side of him. As

we all know he was a gentle man with a great a personality and always had a smile on his face

no matter what he was going through. I know one thing for sure, we didn’t have enough time

with him and he will be missed.

Mary Ann sent a note expressing her appreciation to all the club members who also

attended. “She said it was a loving show of support and respect for Roy, for which I am so

grateful. He worked so hard all his life that he took little time to play, but got so much

enjoyment from club activities and friends.”


Past Member Rick Tavares’ Memorial Service was also on January 13 th . Rick was remembered as

a terrific guy, funny, smart, known for his love of hunting, fishing, barbecuing and his family. He

was a great son, brother, husband, dad, Grandpa and friend. He loved entertaining and loved

being a member of Portuguese Hall in Easton and a member of Central Valley Corvettes and had

kept many mementos from his time in the Club. 11 members were able to attend his services.

Past Member Gordon Capurro also passed away unexpectedly on Dec 30 th, after spending time

at the Kaiser Hospital in Napa. He passed away due to complications from an infection after

injuring himself in a fall. He was 78, he was laid to rest in Napa on January 8 th.

Another Past Member Stan Quall passed away on December 29 th from a brain aneurysm. Stan

and his wife Cheramy were very active members of CVC in the early days with both serving on

the Board.

Services for Stan were held in Caruthers on January 20 th . The Laningham’s, Garrahan’s and the

Garrison’s were able to attend.

Connie Olson fell and broke several bones in her hand and had surgery on Jan 3 rd . Connie spent

2 weeks in the hospital and then was transferred to the Genesis Rehab Facility. She will spend

two weeks there and then Don is hoping that she will be able to have rehab at home.

Ed Kroeker had a wonderful Christmas surrounded by his family only to fall into a door frame

when he got back, tearing the skin on his arm and necessitating another ambulance trip to the

ER for treatment with Joyce and Jill. Thank goodness, his injury is healing well. He’s not walking

much but is able to sit in his wheel chair and is able join the others for dinner.

Right at Christmas time Ruthie also had to take a couple of ambulance rides to the hospital. She

developed a high fever and some confusion and was taken by ambulance to hospital where they

ran tests and she was able to return home that day. She woke the next morning once more with

a high fever so off again she went in the ambulance to the hospital where they hooked her up

with an IV and gave her meds. She recovered and was able to join us on our New Year’s Day

lunch.

Mike and Diane Hayes sent me a note that their third grandson and his high school sweetheart

were married on January 13 th . They made a beautiful couple and it was a beautiful

wedding. That is three grandchildren married, five more to go, but we she said there’s plenty of

time.

The Henenfent’s and Lebda’s are heading to Hawaii for 10 days. They will be spending 3 days in

Honolulu, while there they will be touring Pearl Harbor. Then they will be taking a 7-day cruise

around the 4 main islands.


Emily Piercy is taking Tom to Hawaii for two weeks to celebrate his birthday later this month.

Will expect a full report on all the fun they had next month.

Staying in the Hawaii mode; I received this report from Kim and Charlie. They left for 9 days in

Kauai with family for sunshine and fun. 4 days into their trip Kim broke out with hives

everywhere and spent a miserable night and Charlie had to take her to an urgent care the next

morning. But nothing compared to the terror they all felt Saturday morning when they all

received emergency messages on our phones that a ballistic missile was inbound for Hawaii and

it was not a drill. All 9 of their family, including a 3 & a 4-year-old huddled in a bathroom

thinking it was the end and trying to stay calm and not scare the kids. They had the TV on and

the emergency system kept saying it was not a drill and to seek shelter and the inbound missile

would hit within 10 to15 minutes. They said a lot goes through your mind during a time like that

when you have no control. 38 minutes later a message came out that it had been a mistake. We

are thankful it was a mistake but it was really hard to get back to normal for quite a while. They

usually wish our vacations last longer but they were glad to head home the next day.

Congratulations to Craig and Darlene Derringer as they welcome a new grandson to the family.

This is Craig’s daughters’ first child; his name is Cassius Gabriel he weighed in at 10 pounds 2 oz.

born on December 23rd. What a great Christmas present!

Please remember if you have any Sunshine News you want to share throughout the month just

email me your news.

Thanks to all. Have a great month.

Happy New Year!!!

Blessings to all, Your Sunshine Girl, Debbie G.


Valentine’s Day - February 14 th

Click on the video below to find out more!

Every February 14, across the

United States and in other

places around the world,

candy, flowers and gifts are

exchanged between loved ones,

all in the name of St. Valentine.

But who is this mysterious saint,

and where did these traditions

come from? Find out about the

history of this centuries-old

holiday, from ancient Roman

rituals to the customs of

Victorian England..


GM and Chevrolet offered two first retail production Corvette models for auction at Barrett-

Jackson on January 20, 2018 raising a total of $2.325 million to benefit military veterans.

First up on the auction block was the Corvette Carbon 65 Edition coupe signed by President George W. Bush was bought by John

Staluppi, owner of Atlantic Automotive Group, for $1.4 million. The proceeds will benefit the Bush Center’s Military Service Initiative.

The primary goal of the Military Service Initiative is to ensure post-9/11 veterans and their families make successful transitions to

civilian life with a focus on gaining meaningful employment and overcoming the invisible wounds of war.

The

Corvette ZR1, the fastest, most powerful production Corvette ever built, was bought by Rick Hendrick, chairman of Hendrick

Automotive Group and owner of 12-time NASCAR Cup Series champions Hendrick Motorsports, for $925,000. The auction

proceeds will benefit the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation and the work it does to support wounded veterans through the

Building for America’s Bravest program. “GM and Chevrolet are proud to honor and support the brave men and women of our armed

forces,” said Steve Hill, GM vice president of U.S. Sales and Service.


2019 National Corvette Caravan

All roads lead to Bowling Green, Kentucky for the 25th Anniversary of the National Corvette Museum

Frequently Asked Questions, Lodging, Parking, Select a State, Outside USA, News, Caravan Merchandise

Often referred to as the world’s largest moving automotive event, the National Corvette Caravan is a

celebration of America’s Sports Car, culminating in Bowling Green, Kentucky for the anniversary

celebration of the National Corvette Museum. Hosted only once every five years, the next event is

slated for Labor Day Weekend 2019 and will mark the Museum’s 25th Anniversary. Leading the charge

will be Jeffrey Duda of Hainesport, NJ, a Lifetime Member of the Museum and previous co-captain of

the New Jersey 2014 and 2009 Caravans.

The 6th National Corvette Caravan is slated for August 28-31, 2019. Regional caravans will form

and join other caravans as they travel across the United States to meet in Bowling Green, Kentucky

for four days of festivities at the National Corvette Museum. An event such as this requires years of

planning and coordinating. All help is appreciated! If you would like to volunteer to be a Caravan

Captain, please email Jeff at nationalchairman2019@verizon.net

The Museum is located at I-65, exit 28 in South Central Kentucky and is open daily, 8-5 Central Time.


Pacific Central

Northern California, Northern Nevada, Utah

This is a revised post to the home page for the Northern California – Northern Nevada – Utah

section of the 2014 National Corvette Caravan. I am Don Herzer, Publications Director for the Western

States Corvette Council (WSCC). I served as Captain of the NorCal section of the 2014 Caravan. Since

we had a great time for the most part, they asked me to return as Captain for 2019.

I have elected to give our section a nickname – Pacific Central Corvette Caravan – which is easily

further shortened to Pacific Central and PCCC.

This is much less cumbersome than listing the whole three states. Also, if I shorten it to NorCal (as I

did in 2014), then N. Nevada and Utah feel left out. Please note that even if you are not going all the

way to Bowling Green, you are welcome to join in the Caravan out of CA as far as you like, or just join

us at the launch site (TBD), as many have done in the past.

Our Route: Contrary to my initial posting, I have decided against replicating the 2014 itinerary.

Instead we will take a new route favoring scenic less travelled roads, with fun activities and visits to

unique places along the way. I am still ironing out the details, but here is a rough outline:

• Day 1: We will launch in the morning on Thurs. 8/22 somewhere in the Fairfield area and take

highway 50 through the Sierra, arriving in Carson City in time for lunch and maybe other

activities, and then head to Fallon, NV for other activities and spend the night.


• Day 2 (Friday 8/23): We will travel to Salina, UT along the Loneliest Hiway in the US, with fun

activities TBD.

• Day 3 (Saturday 8/24): Tentatively set to end in Estes Park, CO, Travelling through Rocky Mt.

Ntl. Park.

• Day 4 (Sunday 8/25): Activities around Golden, CO. Overnight in Fort Morgan, CO.

• Day 5 (Monday 8/26): End up in St. Joseph, MO.

• Day 6 (Tuesday 8/27): Get to Effingham, IL and visit Mid-America.

• Day 7 (Wednesday 8/28): On to Bowling Green. We will link up with the So. CA section before

entering Bowling Green so there will be a combined CA/NV group entering the NCM.

Registration for both the Caravan and the festivities is not open at this time. Note that the 2019

Corvette Caravan and the NCM 25th Anniversary are two separate events, each with their own

registration, which is expected to be available on the NCM web site starting in mid-Sept. In the

meantime, I will be working on blocking sets of rooms at hotels along the route, but I don’t expect

registration to be available until approximately fall of 2018. I will be compiling all this and much

more into a Route Book that will be available to registered participants Spring 2019.

If you are serious about going on this section of the Caravan, please send me an email

so I can keep you informed about lodging and optional activities that we may set up.

Registration for both the Caravan and the festivities is not open at this time. Note that the 2019

Corvette Caravan and the NCM 25th Anniversary are two separate events, each with their own

registration, which is expected to be available on the NCM web site starting in mid-Sept. In the

meantime, I will be working on blocking sets of rooms at hotels along the route, but I don’t expect

registration to be available until approximately fall of 2018. If you are serious about going on this

section of the Caravan, please send me an email so I can keep you informed about lodging and

optional activities that we may set up. I will be compiling all this and much more into a Route Book

that will be available to registered participants Spring 2019.

If you have no idea what going on the Caravan would be like, here is a link to a write-up that I did

about the experiences we had on the 2014 Caravan: 2014 Caravan Experience

You can help promote the Caravan by decorating your car with a window sticker, flag(s), and/or a

rear window "Follow Me To Bowling Green" decal – all available from me. Contact me for pricing

and availability. If you would like to volunteer to help me in this venture, I would welcome that. I

will also be looking for sponsors to help defray some of the costs. Keep in mind that any donations

are tax deductible. You may reach me via:

Don Herzer

Pacific Central Captain

corvdon@wsccpubs.net

209-586-3079 Updated: 1/26/18

ANYONE IN CVC INTERESTED IN GOING? IF YES, SHOULD WE FORM A COMMITTEE?


CVC

Activities

Schedule

As I said in the

January Newsletter,

the new year is underway and, as you can see from the below listed activities,

we are off to a rather slow beginning. Please “put on your thinking caps” and

begin to formulate some good ideas for runs this year-----if you have some

thoughts for a run but maybe are a bit unsure as to how to go about putting

everything together, ask me or most any other “old” members for assistance as

we would be glad to help you. January 1 st is the first blank page of a 365-page

book of run possibilities. Let’s try to beat our 2017 34 run total! Dick Danielsen

Feb 4 Superbowl / Dominos Party 2:30pm Lebda’s

Feb 11 Valentine Sweethearts Lunch 12:00pm Garrison’s

Feb 21 CVC Movie Nite – 15:17 to Paris 5:30pm Fosnaugh’s

Mar 3 March Meet at Famoso Track Severance

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

April 28 Clovis Rodeo Parade 8:15am Fosnaugh’s

Jul26 Aug12 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


WITH THE EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION OF…….

DOMINOS!

WHEN: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4 TH AT 2:30PM

WHERE: LEBDA’S RESIDENCE 637 W. OMAHA AVE. CLOVIS

THE PARTY IS A POTLUCK SO PLEASE BRING A DISH TO SHARE.

SOFT DRINKS, WATER, AND PAPER GOODS WILL BE PROVIDED.

ANY QUESTIONS---CALL MIKE OR MARY LEBDA AT 298-7993 AFTER

JANUARY 27 TH .


VALENTINE’S DAY SWEETHEART RUN

SUNDAY-FEBRUARY 11, 2018

12 PM – NOON

CATTLEMENS STEAKHOUSE

1880 ART GONZALES PARKWAY

SELMA

Cattlemens Luncheon Menu

All Entrees include: mashed potatoes, All-you-can eat salad, Ranch-style Beans,

Sourdough bread, coffee, tea or soda-All entrees $16.99 each

Top Sirloin Steak

A flavorful 8 oz sirloin steak aged to perfection

Teriyaki or Lemon Herb Chicken

Chicken breast basted with our fat free lemon herb or teriyaki marinade

Grilled Atlantic Salmon

A thick cut boneless filet, broiled to perfection, served with dill sauce and lemon

Pasta Ravioli

Vegetarian ravioli served with a seasonal sauce

Questions call Debbie – 559-355-9548 or email Keithgar@aol.com


Dinner & Movie Nite....

You are invited to join us

to eat dinner and see:

The 15:17 to PARIS

Based on a real-life story

with the actual heros as actors!

On Wednesday Nite, Feb. 21st

Our festivities will be held the Maya Cinema

3090 E. Campus Pointe Dr. Fresno, Ca 93710

(Dinner and Movie times to follow by email)

Sign up at the next club meeting!

Contact Charlie for more information, 281-2876

Who’s ready to go again?


MARCH MEET SATURDAY NIGHT NITRO STREET TUNER TRACK INFO STAY & PLAY

TICKETS

2018 Good Vibrations Motorsports March Meet •

March 1-4, 2018. Make your plans!

Come join Andy and I on Saturday March 3 rd for

another great day of racing at the annual March Meet

in Famoso Drag Strip. We will caravan down together

as we have in the past. Sign up sheet at the Feb

meeting. Call with questions.

Thanks

Skip Severance


CORVETTES OF BAKERSFIELD 21 ST

GAMBLER’S CLASSIC IN LAUGHLIN, NV

APRIL 19-21, 2018

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SO IF YOU HAVE SIGNED-UP TO GO, OR ARE THINKING ABOUT IT,

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Contact the Riverside Resort Hotel & Casino at (800) 227-3849 and reference "C/CORV8" to get special hotel room rate.

Check this box if if you plan to to attend the Thursday Night Meet & Greet…………

Greet………..


I WANT YOUR CORVETTE

In the Clovis Rodeo’s

Annual Parade!

Saturday, April 28, 2018

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 8:15 am - No later than 8:15 am, Saturday, April 28, 2018

Caravan:

Waiting:

We leave at 8:15 am to the parade staging area (Jefferson, just west of Sunnyside).

We MUST be in place on Jefferson before 8:30 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 and sing!

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

Sign up by the April 17 th Meeting!


CVC tour IV

COLORADO ROCKY MOUNTAIN

HIGH

CRAIG AND PAM HANSEN

JULY 26 – aUGUST 12, 2018

DETAILS PROVIDED to those that have registered


A GREAT LUNCH

WITH FRIENDS!

Thanks Skip!

Pictures by;

Lynne Henfenent

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