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
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
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
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
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.
VP-PUBLIC RELATIONS/ MEMBERSHIP
Mission Statement / Officers..... 2-3
A Word from our President.......... 4
Secretary’s Minutes..................... 5
Birthdays & Anniversaries......... 6-7
Sunshine & Clouds………………... 8-9
ZR1 Pace Car Crashed.…………... 10
ZR1 First Test Drive Review… 11-17
CVC Activities............................ 18
CVC Event Flyers.................. 19-29
Dinuba Car Show Pics………… 30-42
Presidents Mystery Run Pics… 43-55
From our Sponsor, Ed Dena....... 56
SUNSHINE & CLOUDS - NEWS
WEBSITE & NEWSLETTER EDITOR
…a word from our President!
Well we did it!!!!! The
president’s mystery tour was a great
success, I think everyone had a great
time. We had great food and places to
go. Couldn’t have happened without
our committee, 1 st My Dear Connie,
Mike & Lynne Henenfent, Dick & Ruth
E Danielsen, Craig & Darlene Derringer.
It was sure was great to have such a
great team!! It made me feel so good
that everyone had a good time and
made it all worth it. This is such a great
club!!! First time overnighters David &
Lori Dukes and Steve & Lydia Garcia,
was great to have on the run. They are
an asset to our club. Cannot believe
there is only a few months to go on my
term. So far it has been a great time.
Will tell you all about the run at our
Central Valley Corvettes
General Meeting Minutes 6-19-18
The General Meeting was called to order by
President Andy Anderson at 6:30pm. Minutes
from the May meeting were read. Ruthie
Danielsen made a motion to accept the
minutes as read. Tom Piercy seconded.
Darlene Derringer gave the Treasurer’s
report. Tonight’s raffle brought in $253.
Winners of the $50 bills were Dave Dukes and
Joyce Kroeker (is that 2 for Joyce?)
VP of Public Relations – Dick Johnson – stated
birthdays totaled 437 years. The Lebda’s
were the winner of the
Panera gift card for their
52 years of wedded
bliss. We welcomed
Steve and Lydia Garcia’s
granddaughter, Emily to
VP of Activities – Dick Danielsen – A big
“THANK YOU” to Diane Tjerrild for the mouse
decals to decorate our cars for the Clovis
Rodeo parade. Ed Dena’s Car Show had 17
cars from our club. Ed thanked us for a great
turn out. The Lebda’s are planning a run to
Shinzen Friendship Garden in Woodward
Park sometime in September with a potluck
at their house to follow. More Info later……
Chuck Laningham collected $1.00 in badge
fines. Debbie Garrison gave her Sunshine
and Clouds report.
Old Business: None
New Business: The Henenfent’s have invited
everyone on a 4 day Cruise, out of Long
Beach, January 2019. Contact Lynne for
Our Baby Picture tonight was none other
than Dick Danielsen. Leigh Ann Severance
guessed correctly. Next Board meeting will
be at the Anderson’s, Tuesday, June 26 th at
7pm. Chuck Laningham made a motion to
adjourn the meeting at 7:18pm. Diane
Terry Johnson, Secretary
Thank you to the following members for
donating raffle prizes: A&C Anderson,
Danielsen, Derringer, Fosnaugh, Garrison,
Henenfent, Jarvis, Johnson, Laningham, Null,
Peluso, Renna, Severance
Skip Garrison, 7/05 – Jan Pflepsen, 7/10 and Lance Pitt, 7/24
by Dick Johnson
Andy & Connie Anderson, 7/14/62 – 56 Yrs.
Ed & Joyce Kroeker, 7/17/70 – 59 Years
Fred & Terri Parks, 7/21/01 – 17 Years
PLEASE REMEMBER TO WEAR YOUR CVC NAME BADGE or a CVC LOGO SHIRT WITH
YOUR NAME ON IT TO ALL CLUB MEETINGS & EVENTS!
(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:
SUNSHINE & CLOUDS
June 19, 2018
Ruth Danielsen lost her sister on May 31 st . She was only 68 and passed away only 2
months after finding out she had melanoma.
Vickie Garrison lost her Mom to colon cancer this month. She had been ill for some time
and had been under Hospice Care but last few weeks have been very difficult and she got
worse very quickly. Our condolences to both Ruth and Dick and to Vickie and Skip.
Fred Parks is having surgery this Wed. June 20 th on his left hand. Our Well Wishes and
prayers go out to him.
Marcie Jarvis fell and injured her hand as she disjointed her finger and it took 6 hours at
the hospital to re-align her fingers. This after 2 weeks ago spending 5 days in the hospital
with a kidney infection. We wish her a speedy recovery.
Skip and Leigh Ann’s youngest grandson Cruz fell the first week of school and broke two
bones in his hand and had to have pins put in. The last week of school the pins were
removed but now he has an infection. So, he’ll have to wait a little longer to go
Charlotte’s Brother-in-law Bob, Rosemary’s husband had open heart surgery on May 21 st .
He had his aortic valve replaced and did well. Two days ago, he had to return to the
hospital to have fluid removed from his lungs. They removed 900 ccs of fluid and while he
was there they discovered a blood clot. He’s back on the road to recovery now. Charlotte
and sisters Joanne and Rosemary stayed in a hotel near the hospital and my guess is they
very bad or they had a very good time because Charlotte said they can’t go back there
Charlie and Kim Fosnaugh’s 7-year-old lab blew out her knee on May 30 th . Her surgery
takes a specialist and he won’t be able to be here to do the surgery until July 16 th . She
had the same surgery on her other knee just a couple of years ago; until then she is on
bed rest and meds to keep her calm.
Joyce sent me a note that their family enjoyed having Ed home for Father’s Day dinner.
Jill pushed him in his wheelchair the 2 1/2 blocks from the care facility to home and back
after a great meal with the family. Their Grandson Kevin did some major garage cleaning
for him. He enjoyed watching all the activity and having a great meal with the rest of the
Pat and Patrick had a nice visit with Jim and Lynne Agar and John and Jo Johnson when
they were in St George, Ut last month. They had a great time on their tour of the parks
there. Met some interesting people from all over the U.S. plus a couple from Australia.
On their way home, they swung down to Desert Hot Springs to visit Patrick’s uncle and
aunt before returning home.
Diane Tjerrild told us about the excitement at her office recently. Ivanka Trump visited
her office on her recent fundraising junket in Fresno.
Keith and I had a great time RVing at the coast with Laninghams, Nulls, Hendersons,
Henefents, Sue Buwalda and her hubby John & the other Garrisons. We relaxed, had
great dinners & sat an around a fire every night; thank you Keith, and Glenn for hauling
the wood and of course, our Fire Master Chuck! It was cold and we wore sweatshirts but
when it was sunny it was beautiful. Keith took a tumble over some exposed roots of a
tree and almost fell in the fire and was saved by Glenn and Herbert. The same fire that
Glenn almost fell in the night before. Anyway, we patched up Keith and Freida reported
the incident to a Ranger that just happened to be going by and within 10 minutes another
Ranger came to take a report. By the next morning the firepit was moved and the root
Great News about my friend Janet Massicci who has played dominoes with the girls. She
had surgery last Thursday for a brain tumor and the biopsy came back with no cancer.
She is recovering at home and doing great and thanks all the Domino Girls for their
Ruth Danielsen has a new ride! A yellow trike with black wheels! Her next wish is to get it
Thanks for sharing all your Sunshine and Clouds,
Your Sunshine Girl, Debbie G.
PS Members-If any of you know anyone is looking for a furry forever friend or knows
someone who is, I have again been blessed with a litter of kittens. White, black and white
or gray tabby with white, they’re very cute!
Mark Reuss tore the nose off a ZR1!
Mark Reuss, General Motors head of global product development, caused a half-hour delay at the
beginning of the 2018 Detroit Grand Prix on June 3. In a new statement, the high-ranking exec
apologizes for the incident: “I want to thank you all for your well wishes today. I am ok. I have driven
this course many, many times. I have paced this race in the wet, cold, hot, and calm. On Z06’s,
Grand Sports, and other things. It is never a casual thing for me, but an honor to be asked. Today I
let down my friends, my family, Indy Car, our city and my company. Sorry does not describe it. I want
to thank our engineers for providing me the safety I know is the best in the world."
GM Exec Crashes Corvette ZR1 On Parade Lap of Detroit Indy Car Race
Reuss was driving a new Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 during the parade lap of the race when he lost
control of the 755-horsepower (563-kilowatt) coupe. Reuss was exiting Turn 2 of the Belle Isle track
when the rear end stepped out after going over a small hill. The car spun, and the front end collided
with the wall. The 'Vette sustained serious damage, including tearing off the front fascia and leaving
debris on the circuit. Neither Reuss nor the passenger were injured. Immediately after the
crash, Reuss sat in the car for several moments. We suspect he was experiencing a mix of confusion
over what just happened and embarrassment of making such a public driving error. The Detroit
Grand Prix occurs within sight of GM's corporate headquarters at the Renaissance Center, and the
automaker's employees often attend the race.
In case you missed it, the video below caught some great views of of the action.
Source: NBC Sports, Full Video Click Here: CrashRacing via YouTube
2019 CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1
FIRST TEST: OUT WITH A BANG!
Did Chevrolet save the best for last? Chris Walton Words, Jade Nelson MT Photo June 30, 2018
This is it. The zenith. The top dog. The 755-horsepower ne plus ultra Chevrolet Corvette C7. The
most powerful and likely the last variant of the front-engine Corvette. While waiting for the arrival of
the mid-engine C8 somewhere in the not-distant future, 2019 model year, there are now 28 iterations
of the seventh-generation Corvette (C7), including coupe/convertible versions of Stingray, Grand
Sport, Z06, and now the ZR1. Is this as good as it gets? Is the ZR1 the greatest Corvette ever?
LT5 VS LT4
Let’s start with what makes the ZR1 the ZR1, namely its mighty LT5 motor. If you like comparisons,
this C7 ZR1’s supercharged V-8 makes more than double the horsepower of the V-8 in the 1990 C4
ZR1 and 117 more horsepower than the C6 ZR1. Based on the venerable LT4 found in the Corvette
Z06, Camaro ZL1, and Cadillac CTS-V, the 6.2-liter LT5 features a new 95mm throttle body, both
port- and direct-injection fuel delivery, an upgraded crankshaft, a new oiling system, and a new Eaton
supercharger. At 2.6 liters, the supercharger is 52 percent larger than the LT4’s, yet cruising at 80
mph, it draws only 1 horsepower while providing virtually no boost. On the other hand, it needs 110
horsepower to spin its roots-type helix rotors up to 15,860 rpm to make peak boost pressure of 13.96
psi near redline. The LT5’s intercooler has roughly double the heat exchange capacity of the LT4’s,
and there are four new heat exchangers (13 “radiators” in total) tucked hither and thither. Combining
all of this with the new “halo” hood, the ZR1 boasts 41 percent more air flow than the Z06, which is
notoriously prone to power-sapping engine-protection mode due to excess heat. Rest assured,
Corvette “Jake” fans, the two ZR1s we had showed no problems with heat during our instrumented
testing (eight consecutive quarter-mile passes followed by a dozen laps of our figure-eight course).
Nor did either lose power with hot laps (two sets of three each) at Willow Springs Raceway, where
we’ve previously documented issues.
LIGHTING THE CANDLE
Bolted to that all-American pushrod motor (which prefers to gulp fuel we can’t pump in 91-octane
California) is an optional eight-speed automatic transmission ($1,725). In Track mode, enter the
Performance Traction Management (PTM) program, select Sport 1, press the brake pedal to the
floorboard, whack the throttle similarly, wait for the revs to stabilize (at about 1,400 rpm), then release
the brakes. Doing this will produce a wisp of wheel spin that will be monitored/managed all the way
through first gear. The best launch-control results made 0–60 times of 3.2 to 3.3 seconds and steady
quarter miles of 11.2 to 11.4 seconds at 130 mph—and anybody could do that, repeatedly. The
launch control is that good. On the other hand, turning all the electronic aids off and using the “driver’s
best effort” to manage wheel spin ekes out a couple tenths here and few mph there. Surprisingly, it’s
easy to launch, considering the engine produces 715 lb-ft of Michelin-melting torque. The throttle
response is unexpectedly linear, the tires so talkative that finding the just-right progression between
runaway wheel spin and ultimate acceleration only takes a couple attempts to learn. Make no
mistake, it can get out of hand quickly, but there’s a friendly cooperation inherent to this car that’s
lacking in, say, a 707-hp, 650-lb-ft Hellcat that simply cannot put its power to the ground. The ZR1
is remarkable in this way. Our best efforts resulted in a 0–60 time of 3.0 seconds on the way to a
10.8-second 133.1-mph quarter mile. Probably owing to our 91- not 93-octane fuel, we were slightly
behind GM’s claims of a 2.9-second 0–60 time and 10.6-second/134-mph quarter mile. Our best
results came from the ZR1 with its optional ZTK Track Performance package ($2,995), which
replaces Michelin Pilot Super Sport ZP (run-flats) with grippier Pilot Sport Cup 2 ZP tires. The ZTK
package also adds stiffer suspension tuning and greater aerodynamic downforce courtesy a flat
undercarriage, a front splitter with endplates, and the adjustable “high” wing. That aero pack offers
60 percent more downforce than the comparable Z06/Z07 Stage 3 setup. Chevy says it nets 950
pounds at top speed (212 mph). They also say Vmax testing on the autobahn drained all the fuel
tank in 15 minutes. Because of the ZTK’s added downforce/drag, we had anticipated the “low-wing”
car to perform better in a straight line, but instead it came down to initial tire grip. The high-wing car
simply dug in better, maintained grip throughout first gear, and that’s all she wrote.
IT GOES AROUND CORNERS, TOO
The two quickest Corvettes to lap our figure-eight course (Grand Sport and Z06/Z07) tied at 22.3
seconds. Our editors often say the 2017 Grand Sport was the best-balanced Corvette ever, with the
grip of the Z06/Z07 but an ability to put its power to use that the Z06/Z07 lacks. Its impressive lap
proves this. We expected a similar lap time from the ZR1 duo. However, in a case of bringing a pair
of howitzers to a knife fight, they only managed to circle our racetrack in a bottle in 22.7 and 22.9
seconds. Why? It’s simply too difficult to use all of the power in a parking lot, and there’s twitchiness
to it that previous Corvettes didn’t suffer. A mere week after the infamous and unfortunate Detroit
Grand Prix pace car wreck, test driver Kim Reynolds said: “Brakes are killer—you can drop the
hammer at virtually the last second. Turn-in feels like lateral suction, but after that there’s a bit more
understeer than I’d like. Midcorner grip is great, then exiting, the tail walks (using third gear). It steps
out in a digital way—just pops out a notch very quickly, and you have to respond very modestly to it
to avoid a “tank slapper.” Tremendous power—wow wow wow.” So besides this tendency to “walk
the tail,” there wasn’t as much lateral grip on the skidpad portion, either. Where the Z06/Z07
sustained 1.17 g and the Grand Sport 1.18 g, the ZR1 pair managed 1.07 g and 1.11 g. It’s not much
difference, but it all adds up.
LIKE A PRO
What the ZR1 was built to do was set records at real racetracks. Luckily, we’ve got “the fastest track
in the West” at our disposal, and a tame race car driver, too. Randy Pobst has set and reset the lap
record for production cars at Willow Springs, so he knows his way around. Having recently set a
production car lap record in a 2019 Corvette ZR1 at Road Atlanta, he knows his Corvettes, too. Did
the ZR1 set another record at the “Big” track? Sadly no, but it did outpace the last Z06 he drove there
by a significant 1.3 seconds. In order, the top five spots currently belong to a 2018 Porsche 911 GT2
RS (1:21.08), 2018 McLaren 720S (1:21.75), 2018 Lamborghini Huracán Performante (1:22.53),
2015 Porsche 918 Spyder (1:23.54), and 2017 Ford GT (1:23.69). In sixth place by a mere 0.01
second, the 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 with the ZTK package made a 1:23.70 lap.
With Chevrolet on hand to support the effort and three sets of tires sacrificed in the process, it was
the best that car could do that day. The “low-wing” car was just 1.15 seconds behind, its 1:24.85
earning 11th place overall. When asked to compare the ZR1 to the Z06, Pobst said, “The ride is
more compliant, especially in the most aggressive mode. Brakes are still strong—as always, world
class. The [ZTK] wing does add high-speed stability. Even the ZR1 without the aero package is
better-balanced [than the Z06/Z07] in high-speed corners.” However, he followed up with, “While the
car has a big bump in power [over the Z06], it’s still twitchy trying to accelerate in the lower gears.
And that’s the ’Vette’s great downfall.” When asked about how the ZR1 handled the duress of making
three or four hot laps in succession, Pobst said, “Happily, greatly improved cooling keeps both intake
temps—as a result of the larger supercharger and intercoolers—and engine coolant and oil temps
to more survivable numbers. I saw stable readings under 220 for water and under 275 for oil. Still
rather high, but much better than the pegged readings of the poor Z06.”
BACK TO REALITY
Around town, the ZR1 draws a crowd when parked, unsolicited questions from grocery store
employees retrieving shopping carts, and even more thumbs-up reactions on the road. It is as overthe-top
as they come, as it should be. On the road, the non-ZTK-equipped ZR1 rides as smoothly as
every other C7 Corvette I’ve ever driven. The ZTK is harsher, like the RS versions of the Porsche
911 GT2/GT3 are. The 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 has variously succeeded and failed in setting
performance records, however. It is indeed the quickest to 60 mph and fastest quarter-miler Corvette
we’ve ever tested on the dragstrip, edging out a Z06/Z07, also with an eight-speed automatic. It
stopped from 60 mph 2 feet shorter than the previous best Corvettes did (a handful of Grand Sports
and Z06s). It lapped Willow Springs faster than any previous Corvette, yet it failed to set an outright
record there, on our skidpad, or to top our figure-eight list. It is true the ZR1 is an awesome
achievement, costing a whole trunkload less money than those above (and many below) it on the
Willow Springs lap times list. At the end of the C7-era, this is indeed as good as it gets for a frontengine
Corvette. Unless there’s a factory “lightweight” version coming or a track-only special, there
aren’t any more tricks up the sleeves of Corvette engineers. Besides, they’re all working on the midengine
replacement. Indeed, Corvette fans, this is as good as it gets, warts and all, which means it’s
the perfect farewell for the C7.
2019 Chevrolet Corvette
(3ZR) “Low Wing”
(1ZR w/ZTK) “High Wing”
Front-engine, RWD, 2-pass, 2-door
Front-engine, RWD, 2-pass, 2-door
supercharged OHV 16-valve V-8
supercharged OHV 16-valve V-8
TRANSMISSION 8-speed automatic 8-speed automatic
CURB WEIGHT (F/R
3,669 lb (50/50%) 3,650 lb (51/49%)
WHEELBASE 106.7 in 106.7 in
LENGTH x WIDTH x
179.8 x 77.4 x 48.5 in 179.8 x 77.4 x 48.5 in
ACCELERATION TO MPH
0-30 1.5 sec 1.4 sec
0-40 2.1 1.9
0-50 2.6 2.4
0-60 3.2 3.0
0-70 3.9 3.7
0-80 4.7 4.5
0-90 5.6 5.3
0-100 6.6 6.3
0-100-0 10.4 9.7
PASSING, 45-65 MPH 1.2 1.2
QUARTER MILE 11.0 sec @ 131.8 mph 10.8 sec @ 133.1 mph
BRAKING, 60-0 MPH 97 ft 88 ft
1.07 g (avg) 1.11 g (avg)
MT FIGURE EIGHT 22.9 sec @ 0.95 g (avg) 22.7 sec @ 0.98 g (avg)
2.4-MI ROAD COURSE
12/20/15 mpg 12/20/15 mpg
281/169 kW-hrs/100 miles 281/169 kW-hrs/100 miles
CO2 EMISSIONS, COMB 1.33 lb/mile 1.33 lb/mile
ARTICLE FROM: Motor Trend / Cars / Chevrolet / Corvette / 2019 / 2019 Chevrolet
Corvette ZR1 First Test: Out With a Bang
Since January 1st,
including the below
listed runs, we only have a total of 22 events. 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” member for assistance as we would be glad to help you. Also, a big “THANK YOU”
to those members who have stepped forward and put in the time and effort to put on a run this
year! Remember, the more runs we do, the more fun we will have! Dick Danelsen
Date: Events 2018: Time: Run Leaders:
July 11 Movie Nite – Jurassic/Fallen Kingdom 5:30 pm Fosnaugh’s
Jul26-Aug12 Colorado Rocky Mountain High 7:30 am Hansen’s
Sept 15 CVC Club Picnic – Kroekerville 11:30am Johnson’s
Sept 30 Snelling Car Show TBA Renna
Oct 6 Ice Cream Social 3:00 pm Duke’s
Dec 1 Roger Rocka’s Dinner Show 5:30 pm Henenfent’s
Dec 6 CVC Christmas Party TBA Danielsens/Lebdas
Dec 9 CVC Christmas Hay Ride 5:00 pm Renna
Jan 14-18 Catalina/Ensenada Cruise(4 Days)TBA Henenfent’s
Mar 10-16 California Costal Cruise (7 Days) TBA Fosnaugh’s
Aug 22-?? 6 TH National Corvette Caravan TBA Fosnaugh’s
to the Corvette Museum, KY
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
Jurassic World - Fallen Kingdom
When the island's dormant volcano begins
roaring to life, Owen and Claire mount a
campaign to rescue the remaining dinosaurs
from this extinction-level event.
WedJuly 11, 2018
on your own
about 7pm (not posted yet)
CVC tour IV
COLORADO ROCKY MOUNTAIN
CRAIG AND PAM HANSEN
JULY 26 – aUGUST 12, 2018
DETAILS PROVIDED to those that have registered
Please Join Us
for Our 5th Annual
Central Valley Corvettes
Saturday, Sept. 15th
From: ~11:30 to ??
Lunch at 12:30
4627 S Chestnut Ave
Fresno, CA 93725
Lots of Parking & Shade available
We will have a SALSA Contest and
a DESSERT Contest with prizes!
(Please sign up for one or the other)
And practice your Horseshoe skills!
$10 per person
SIGN UP at the Meeting!
Questions: 940-0876 (Terry)
See you at the Picnic!
This CVC run is dedicated to the memory of our past member
and friend, Dave Dawson
SNELLING CAR SHOW
SPONSORED BY THE YOSEMITE CORVETTE CLUB
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 TH
10:00AM – 2:00PM
PRE-REGISTRATION FEE IS $30.00/VEHICLE
REGISTRATION ON EVENT DAY IS $35.00
REGISTRATION FORMS AVAILABLE AT CVC
MEETINGS OR ON LINE AT
THE RUN LEADER IS CHARLOTTE RENNA AND
ADDITIONAL DETAILS WILL BE AVAILABLE
CLOSER TO THE EVENT DATE.
WHY DRIVE TO SUPERIOR
DAIRY WHEN YOU CAN
HAVE THE SAME THING AT
THE DUKE’S HOUSE ON
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 TH ?
THE DUKES ARE HAVING AN ICE CREAM SOCIAL AT THEIR
HOUSE (492 WEST ATHENS IN CLOVIS) ON SATURDAY,
OCTOBER 6 TH STARTING AT 3:00PM
EVERYTHING WILL BE PROVIDED EXCEPT YOU NEED TO
BRING A TOPPING TO SHARE.
Roger rocka’s dinner theater
saturday, December 1 st
SAVE THE DATE!
PRICE IS $55.00/PERSON AND INCLUDES DINNER, SHOW,
TAX, AND TIP (DESSERTS ARE $6.95 EXTRA PLUS TAX AND TIP)
A FULL SERVICE BAR IS ALSO AVAILABLE FOR COCKTAILS
AND SPECIALTY DRINKS
PAYMENT IS DUE BY THE NOVEMBER MEETING ON 11/20
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION/QUESTIONS, CONTACT
LYNNE HENENFENT AT (559) 978-4898
CVC CHRISTMAS PARTY
IT’S NOT TOO EARLY TO BEGIN SHOPPING
FOR YOUR POTENTIAL PRIZE
WINNING UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER!
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6 TH AT PARDINI’S
SAVE THE DATE----SPECIFIC INFORMATION TO FOLLOW
CVC CHRISTMAS HAYRIDE!
WHERE: CHARLOTTE RENNA’S HOUSE
491 W. ATHENS, CLOVIS
WHEN: SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9 TH
ENJOY DINNER, DESERTS, DRINKS, SITTING AROUND THE FIRE PIT,
AND A NEIGHBORHOOD FILLED WITH BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY LIGHTS!
LET’S GO ON A 4 DAY CATALINA/ENSENADA CRUISE TOGETHER.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME.
DATES: Jan 14-18, 2019, Long Beach, CA
SHIP: Carnival Cruise Lines, Inspiration
FOR RESERVATIONS: Jason Niedzwiecki 800 819-3902 Ext 85263
Book before June 30, 2018 for current sale pricing.
Example: Oceanview (window), Riviera Deck, Mid ship, $825 per couple
including taxes and gratuities. Previous guests on Carnival are a little
less. Travel insurance, if needed, is an additional fee.
Reference Mike & Lynne Henenfent reservation #3JQM80
We have early dinner seating (6PM). If you prefer later, please let Jason
COME JOIN THE FUN!
Thi Ph b U k A h i li d
7 days, Inside Room, Caribe
Classic California Costal Cruise $761*
Ruby Princess® | Roundtrip from LA to LA | San Pedro Pier 93 | 3/10/19
Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses up to $135 are additional and subject to change.
Embarkation LA, SF, Monterey, Ensenada, San Diego, Disembarkation LA
Balcony Rooms on Caribe Deck start at $1020* per person plus above fees.
Central Valley Corvettes
*Special Group Booking
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March 10, 2019
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2019 National Corvette Caravan
All roads lead to Bowling Green, Kentucky for the 25th Anniversary of the National Corvette Museum
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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 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! The Museum is located at I-65, exit 28 in South Central Kentucky
and is open daily, 8-5 Central Time.
CLICK HERE for a schedule of activities for this year’s 24 th
Anniversary of the Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY.
You can look at this as an example of what may be
available for us at next year’s 25 th Anniversary and the
6 th Annual Corvette Caravan to Bowling Green Ky.
This is not the time to register for our trip in 2019, that
will be later this year.
Stay tuned for more information!
President Andy’s Mystery Run, 6/28-7/1/18
Well we did it!!!! The president’s mystery tour was a great success, I think everyone
had a great time. We had great food and places to go. Couldn’t have happened
without our committee, 1 st My Dear Connie, Mike & Lynne Henenfent, Dick & Ruth
E Danielsen, Craig & Darlene Derringer. It was sure was great to have such a great
team!! It made me feel so good that everyone had a good time and made it all
worth it. This is such a great club! This is only Part I. Next Month look for Part II.
Photos by Kim,Charlie&Debbie G. To be continued…