The Central Valley Corvette Club was
chartered in 1991 for the owners of the only
real AMERICAN sports car, the awesome
CORVETTE. It is 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
Happenings at the Meeting….… 6-7
CVC Officers for 2019………………. 8
Sunshine & Clouds…………………… 9
Birthdays & Anniversaries...... 10-11
In the Garage w/Charlie….... 12-13
In the Garage w/Jeff………….. 14-18
Thank You from your Editor.….... 19
CVC Activities............................ 20
CVC Event Flyers.................. 21-29
From our Sponsor, Ed Dena....... 30
SUNSHINE & CLOUDS - NEWS
WEBSITE & NEWSLETTER EDITOR
…a word from our President!
Well this is it my last newsletter
as President of Central Valley corvettes it
has been a fun time. I hope all of you had
as much fun as I have. I wish to thank
Dick Danielsen, Darlene Derringer, for
doing a great job and going the extra mile
to make things happen. And the rest of
the board. I wish things could have gone
better for all of us! I tried. A big thanks to
Charlie Fosnaugh for doing such a great
job of setting up the newsletter and
doing an exceptional job. And Debbie
Garrison with sunshine and clouds great
job!! And our Sargent of Arms Chuck
Laningham who always made collecting
badge fines fun thanks chuck. And to Mike
and Lynne Henenfent for doing a super job
at doing the raffle. I think with Dick at the
helm and our new board we will have
another great year. I wish to thank all our
members for your support. And I want to
thank my wife Connie for all her support I
Your President, Andy Anderson
Central Valley Corvettes
General Meeting Minutes 11-20-18
The General Meeting was called to order by
Andy Anderson at 6:33pm. Minutes from
the October meeting were read. Fred Parks
made a motion to accept the minutes as
read, Chuck Laningham seconded. Darlene
Derringer gave the Treasurer’s report.
Tonight’s raffle brought in $265.00. Winners
of the $50
bills were Kim
Julie Sons. VP
of Public Relations - Dick Johnson – Dick
introduced Larry and Janet King, guest of
Steve & Lydia Garcia. Dick presented Gail
Tavares, our newest member, with her
welcome gifts. Birthdays totaled 340 years
and the winner of the Panera gift card was
Glenn and Lorraine Henderson celebrating
44 years of wedded bliss. VP of Activities –
Dick Danielsen – Dick opened up his report
with several “Thank yous”; Charlie
Fosnaugh for taking care of the monthly
Newsletter, Chuck Laningham for organizing
the Tuesday morning men’s breakfast and
movie and Lynne Henenfent and Linda
Laningham for organizing the Dominoes
group. He also thanked the 29 people who
organized runs or events in 2019. Dick
showed us the plaque that has been made
for Ed Dena for his years of sponsorship.
He is hoping to present it to Ed at the
Christmas Party. Chuck Laningham
collected $4.00 of badge fines. Debbie
Garrison gave her Sunshine and Clouds
report. The Piercy’s and the Marine’s
enjoyed 7 days together in Cancun. The
Pflepsen’s enjoyed 14 days in Tuscany with
the Hansen’s and the Comers. The club
received a Thank you card from the
Snelling Car Show organizers. Vickie
Garrison is bravely fighting Cancer. She
thanks everyone for their cards and best
wishes. There was no Old Business.
New Business: Charlotte mentioned they
found a quicker way to get to the meetings
from Clovis. The winners of the Election for
the 2019-2020 Board are:
President Dick Danielsen
VP Activities Mike Lebda
VP Public Relations Ruth Danielsen
Secretary Kathy Marine
Andy Anderson presented Joyce and Jill
Kroeker with their refurbished Kroekerville
sign. Fred Parks made a motion to adjourn
the meeting at 7:32pm. Keith Garrison
seconded. Respectfully submitted,
Terry Johnson, Secretary
Thank you to the members for donating raffle
prizes. It is appreciated!
Glenn & Loraine Henderson
won a Panera Gift Card for
44 years of Wedded Bliss
this month on Nov. 29 th !
Frieda Null won a Yosemite Falls
gift card and a tea cup in the raffle!
The “Kroekerville CVC” sign was restored and presented to
Joyce & Jill by President Andy
Welcome Back to our
installed by Dick Johnson.
Sponsored by Keith &
She owns a 1986
Guests of Steve & Lydia Garcia, Janet & Larry King
A FRIENDLY REMINDER FOR THOSE WHO HAVE NOT PAID THEIR
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP DUES AND WISH TO CONTINUE AS
MEMBERS. DUES ARE CONSIDERED DELIQUENT IF NOT RECEIVED
BY THE NOVEMBER GENERAL MEETING AND MEMBERSHIP WILL
BE TERMINATED IF DUES AND PROOF OF INSURANCE ARE NOT
RECEIVED BY THE DECEMBER GENERAL MEETING. THE
DECEMBER MEETING THIS YEAR IS DECEMBER 18 TH
SO PLEASE BE SURE TO “RE-UP” BY THEN!
to the 2019
SUNSHINE & CLOUDS
Nov. 20, 2018
Our joker President Andy tried to convince us that he and Connie had already bought a
home in North Carolina by posting pictures of a fully decorated living room complete with
Christmas tree, but he was found out. They were really in Palm Springs selling a car.
Mike Lebda is going to have bypass surgery early in December, send good thoughts his
way and pray for good results.
David and Julie Son’s granddaughter had successful surgery. She’s doing well and will
have another surgery when she’s a bit older but she’s a beautiful and getting bigger every
The Piercy’s have just returned from two weeks in Cancun where they celebrated their
15-year anniversary. Bob and Kathy Marine joined them for the first week and they all
had a great time checking out the sites, going to events and playing dominoes.
Steve and Lydia Garcia and Dave and Lori are leaving on a 7-day Caribbean cruise
vacation. They’ll have to tell us all about the great time they had next month.
Gary Pflepsen told us about the wonderful two-week vacation that he and Jan, Craig and
Pam Hansen and Dale and Sue Comer had in Tuscany. Sounded delightful!
Keith and I were thrilled to have our son Butch and our oldest grandson Corbin fly in from
Kentucky. They were here to pick up Skip Garrison’s older S-10 pickup to drive it back to
Pikeville, KY where it will become Corbin’s first car. Corbin and I went Christmas shopping
and now all their Christmas presents can go back home with them in the truck.
Keith and I wish You and Yours the brightest of Holiday Seasons, Merry Christmas!!
Your Sunshine Girl, Debbie G.
y Dick Johnson
Charlotte Renna, 12/6 – Diane Tjerrild, 12/6 – Gary Pflepsen, 12/7 – Craig
Derringer, 12/10 – Charlie Fosnaugh, 12/12 – Sara Garcia, 12/14 – Peggy Bandy,
12/16 – Chuck Laningham, 12/22 and Lupe Dawson, 12/28.
Craig & Darlene Derringer, 12/03/05 – 13 Years
Terry & Debby Anderson – 12/04/93 – 25 Years
Del & Susan Walker, 12/11/13 – 5 Years
Dave & Lori Dukes, 12/17/05 – 13 Years
Rennie & Joyce Campos, 12/23/74 – 44 years
Don & Connie Olson, 12/28/66 – 52 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:
‘In the Garage’ w/Charlie Fosnaugh
2 Very Special C2 Corvette Stingray’s For Sale
It’s almost like Christmas and your birthday happening all at once, as two of the most
historically significant Corvettes come up for auction, together.
As part of the 2019 Mecum Kissimmee Auction in January, a 1963 C2 Corvette convertible
given to legendary GM design boss Harley J. Earl, and a 1964 C2 Corvette coupe given to
his protégé and successor Bill Mitchell, will be bundled together making for what’s sure to be
one of the most expensive Corvette sales.
Produced under Shop Order 10323, the Harley Earl Corvette, a 1963 convertible, was given
to Earl by his former colleagues at GM Design. The car was actually dropped off in the
driveway of his home in Palm Beach, Florida before Earl proceeded to use the car as his
daily driver for two years, even using it as a parade car during the 1965 Daytona 500. It was
finished in Blue Metallic and with a white stripe overlaid that was a forerunner to the 1967
big-block Stingray stripe treatment.
Inside, there are special metal foot-well plates, custom leather seats with white accent
stripes, and the door panels feature brushed-metal accent panels with Corvette emblems set
into white inserts. The car has a 327 CI small-block and a four-speed manual transmission.
Interestingly, while the Earl Corvette bears a 1963 serial number, it incorporates numerous
1965 production components, including the hood and exterior emblems, interior control
knobs, and 4-wheel disc brakes. It also sports a few items that never made production, like
the side-exit exhaust pipes which exit through an opening behind the front wheel wells, one
of only four Corvettes ever built with this system.
The 1964 Bill Mitchell C2 Corvette coupe was also painted in the distinctive Blue Metallic
paint, with a special die-cast front grille and matching dual front fender vents. Other notable
differences from contemporary production coupes include the absence of side vent windows,
a nod to the Astro Ventilation system that would eventually arrive in 1968, and a third brake
light added to the Corvette’s conventional dual light arrays.
GM stylists used padded leather upholstery dyed to match the body color, also covering the
center console, the instrument cluster, and the glovebox panel. There’s also the unique
“chaser” lights set into the brushed-metal panels on the door panels. GM stylists made
extensive use of padded leather upholstery dyed to match the body color, even using it to
cover the console and the instrument and glovebox panels. Other notable custom touches
include the color-matched seat belts, and a unique automatic shifter, similar to the unit used
on the 1964 Buick Riviera. Mitchell’s car features a high-performance small-block V8 coupled
to a 3-speed Turbo Hydra-Matic, a combination which wasn’t available until 1968.
Source: GM Authority
‘In the Garage’ w/ Jeff Levine
5 Rare and Special Corvettes BY SCOTT OLDHAM // 8-14-18
#1 - 1956 Corvette Racing SR-2
Click the Picture above to watch the video story (3½ minutes)
Before the Corvette SS. Before the Sting Ray Racer. Before fuel injection became a
factory option in 1957, there was the SR-2. Created for road racer Jerry Earl, son of
GM’s design chief Harley Earl who was racing a Ferrari at the time, the blue SR-2 was
the first purpose-built Corvette race car. It was constructed from a production Corvette
in the spring of 1956 with a longer nose, cove scoops, and a unique longitudinallymounted
low rear fin that extended out past its rear bumpers. That fall a second SR-2
was built for designer Bill Mitchell, painted red and featuring a high-fin design which
was eventually adapted to Earl’s car. In 1957, a third show car was constructed with
a low shark fin, wire wheels, and a stainless hardtop. Also in ’57, the small-blocks lost
their dual quad carbs and the SR-2 racers became the first fuel-injected Corvettes.
These cars were raced at Daytona, Sebring, and Road America, competing against
cars from Ferrari, Jaguar, Mercedes, and Maserati. Mitchell, who would later replace
Earl as GM’s design chief, also liked to drive his on the street. Both SR-2 race cars
survive today, however, neither is part of the GM Heritage Collection. SR2 #1 was sold
on eBay in 2015 for $6,885,000.
#2 - 1958 Corvette XP-700
Created as the personal plaything of Bill Mitchell, who was about to replace Harley
Earl as the Grand Poobah of GM styling, this customized 1958 Corvette road car
debuted right alongside the Sting Ray racer at Marlboro in early 1959. “The longnosed,
duck-tailed Corvette was eventually designated the XP-700, making it the first
in a completely new series of design studies under the Mitchell regime,” Karl
Ludvigsen wrote in his 1973 book Corvette: America’s Star Spangled Sports Car. Fuel
injected and topped with a clear hardtop with a European double-bubble shape, the
XP-700 rode on wire wheels and had side exhaust. Its periscope rearview mirror was
radical, even for Mitchell, who also scooped its quarter panels and added slots behind
its front tires, a prediction of the design used in the mid-1960s. Elements of the car’s
grille were also used on the production 1961 Corvette as was the XP-700’s rear end
design, a shape that would last through 1967. The spine running through the center of
its hardtop predicted the split-window coupe of ’63. The XP-700 was shown in red and
silver, which is how it appears in a short Youtube video and most historical photos.
This car inspired many custom Corvettes throughout the 1960s, including a few from
George Barris. Later its chassis was used to build the 1961 Mako Shark, which
remains in the GM Heritage Collection.
#3 - 1967–69 Corvette L89
In the late 1960s, with free love in the air and youthful rebellion in the streets, you could
walk into a Chevy dealer and buy an L-88 427 Corvette with 12.5:1 compression, a
solid-lifter cam, aluminum heads, and a Holley carburetor that drank like a sailor on
leave. Chevy fooled nobody with the big-block’s 430-hp rating. It was the ultimate,
everyone knew it, and today they are some of the most valuable Corvettes on the
planet. But the L-88 wasn’t the only Corvette available from 1967–69 with aluminum
heads. Savvy and well-funded buyers could check the L89 option and add aluminum
heads to their L71 435-hp triple-carbureted 427. The expensive option cost $947.90 in
1967, but the price dropped to $805.75 in 1968 and $832.05 in ’69. The get wasn’t
additional power, as the aluminum heads were identical to the standard iron units.
Compression remained 11:1. But the change in material shaved about 75 pounds from
the engine making the big-block much closer to the weight of a small-block, which
improved the Corvette’s power-to-weight ratio, balance, and handling. In 1967, Chevy
built just 16 Corvettes with the L89 option, but production jumped in 1968 to 624 cars
and 390 in 1969. Beginning in 1970 every big-block, now 454 cubic inches, used cast
iron cylinder heads, except for the LS6 offered only in 1971.
#4 - 1968–71 Baldwin-Motion Corvettes
In 1967, Joel Rosen’s Motion Performance in Baldwin, Long Island, New York,
partnered with local Baldwin Chevrolet and started swapping 427-cubic-inch bigblocks
in Chevy’s new Camaro. By 1968 Baldwin-Motion machines, which also
included Chevelles and other Chevy models, had earned a reputation as some of the
baddest street and track cars in the nation. Rosen had also tuned some mid-year
Corvettes, as well as a 427 Cobra, with great success, and quickly laid his hands on
one of the first redesigned 1968 Corvettes to hit Baldwin’s inventory, building a dynotuned
SS-427 model from a tri-power International Blue convertible. Later in ’68,
Rosen upped the play offering a higher performance Mark III Corvette. “We were
prepared to build and deliver street/strip, strip-only, and road race Mark III Corvettes
fitted with the latest experimental factory and custom race equipment,” he told author
Martyn L. Schorr for his book Motion Performance: Tales of a Muscle Car Builder.
“And each up-level Mark III SS-427 Corvette will be delivered with a 160 mph written
guarantee.” The first was a Tuxedo Black coupe. After building just a few, none of
which are known to survive today, Rosen replaced it with the more aggressive and
more heavily modified Phase III SS-427 model. In 1969, Rosen added custom
bodywork to the menu, eliminating the Corvette’s pop-up headlights and replacing its
upright rear glass with a fastback with improved luggage space. He called this Corvette
the Phase III GT. But Motion would build your Corvette, or any Chevy, any way you
like. Each was custom ordered by the customer and some received redesigned
taillights, fender flares, scoops, and radical paint jobs. They were produced in very
small numbers. According to Schorr Motion built approximately a dozen Phase III GT
Corvettes between 1968–72, all but one powered by 427 or 454 big-blocks. Today,
surviving cars are prized possessions.
#5 - 1971 Corvette ZR-1 and ZR-2
Chevy is reusing the name ZR1 for its new ultimate Corvette, a 755-hp monster
introduced for the 2019 model year. It’s the second ZR1 to get a supercharged
engine, the first being sold from 2009–13 and the second to use the name without a
hyphen. In 1990, Chevy introduced the Corvette ZR-1 with a 32-valve, 5.7-liter V-8,
and the limited-edition model is still the only Corvette ever sold with a doubleoverhead-cam
engine. But the first ZR-1 dates back to 1970. For model year 1971
Chevy offered the Corvette with two special racing packages, ZR-1 with the 330-hp
LT-1 small-block and ZR-2 with a 425-hp LS6 454 big-block, both with a Muncie M-
22 rock-crusher four-speed. The packages added the stiffer F41 suspension, the J56
heavy duty brake package, and unshrouded aluminum radiators. These cars could
not be ordered with power accessories or a radio. Remember, they were supposed
to go racing. These were expensive packages, adding option code RPO ZR-1 to a
Corvette cost $1,010, and the ZR-2 package was $1,747. Only 25 ZR-1s were sold
in 1970, while eight were sold in 1971 and 20 in 1972. The ZR-2 was a one year only
deal with Chevy selling 12 including 2 convertibles. Today surviving cars are worth
high six figures and rarely change hands.
TO ALL THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR TIME AND
ENERGY TO MAKE OUR CVC CLUB & ACTIVITIES
A GREAT SUCCESS, THANK YOU!!!
AND TO ALL THOSE WHO HELPED ME WITH
ARTICLES, INFORMATION AND FLYERS FOR
OUR NEWSLETTER, ANOTHER THANK YOU!!!
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year
from your Editor!
Charlie ‘Brown’ Fosnaugh
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!
Best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy New Year! Dick Danelsen
Date: Events 2018: Time: Run Leaders:
Dec 1 Roger Rocka’s Dinner Show 5:15 pm Henenfent’s
Dec 6 CVC Christmas Party 5:30 pm Danielsen/Lebda
Dec 9 CVC Christmas Hay Ride 5:00 pm Renna
Dec 31 New Year’s Eve Luncheon Noon Severance’s
vDate: Events 2019: Time: Run Leaders:
Jan 14-18 Catalina/Ensenada Cruise (4 Days) TBA Henenfent’s
Feb 3 Super Bowl Party ~2? pm Lebda’s
Mar 10-16 California Costal Cruise (7 Days) TBA Fosnaugh’s
Aug 22-?? 6 th National Corvette Caravan to TBA Fosnaugh’s
The 25 th Annual Corvette Museum Celebration
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
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 FOR AN EXTRA CHARGE
PAYMENT MUST BE MADE NO LATER THAN
THE OCTOBER MEETING!
DOORS OPEN AT 5:30PM, DINNER IS SERVED BY 6:00PM
Meet at the Theater by 5:15 - 1226 N. Wishon Ave, 93728
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION/QUESTIONS, CONTACT
LYNNE HENENFENT AT (559) 978-4898
CVC CHRISTMAS PARTY
THURSDAY DECEMBER 6 TH AT PARDINI’S
5:30PM – 9:30PM
SOCIAL HOUR (NO HOST BAR)5:30PM – 6:30PM
DINNER CHOICES ARE EITHER CHICKEN MARSALA OR
BRAISED PAN ROASTED BEEF
PAYMENT IS DUE AT THE NOVEMBER MEETING!
THERE WILL BE A DJ AND PRIZES FOR THE MOST
UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATERS!
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 get together one last time in 2018 for lunch at noon on New Years
Eve at Westwoods BBQ on Nees and Blackstone. We will be in the room in
the back like last year. Let’s send out the old year and bring in the new.
Bring the Vettes. There will be a drawing for a $20 gift card to help pay for
lunch from Skip and LeighAnn. There is always good and bad every year,
let’s think about the good that happened in 2018 and look ahead at the
good things that will happen in 2019. We are blessed to be American’s and
live in this country. Let’s take that into the new year.
Skip & LeighAnn
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!
This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY SA
Lebda’s Super Bowl Party
(Dominos for the Ladies)
February 3, 2019
Start time about one hour before kick off.
$5 per person to cover Hot Dogs,
Non-alcoholic Drinks, Popcorn, and Chips.
Signup deadline is the January meeting.
That will also be the deadline for payment.
If you would like to bring a dish or desert,
indicate it on the signup sheet.
Any questions call Mike or Mary Lou
PS. Don’t forget to bring Money.
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 pp are additional and subject to change. Book by Sept. 24, 2018
Embarkation LA, SF, Monterey, Ensenada, San Diego, Disembarkation LA
Balcony Rooms on Caribe Deck start at $1020* per person plus above fees.
Rooms still available - Prices and amenities not guaranteed.
Central Valley Corvettes
*Special Group Booking
CA. Coastal Cruise
March 10, 2019
the US & Canada
2019 National Corvette Caravan
All roads lead to Bowling Green, Kentucky for the 25th Anniversary of the National Corvette Museum
We now have 6 Corvettes booked and registered from CVC!
And here is our Caravan Captain's new ZR1
National Corvette Caravan added 2 new photos — National Corvette Museum - Bowling Green, KY
Who is ready for the 2019 Corvette Caravan? We can tell you Captain Don Herzer is! Check out the
graphics he has on his brand new 2019 ZR1 that he picked up at the National Corvette Museum through
the R8C Delivery program! Congrats and Thank You Don! We will be following this Corvette to B.G. KY!
All roads lead to Bowling Green!
A CANCUN VACATION @
RCI SUNSET LAGOON WITH THE PIERCY’S
EMILY & TOM PIERCY WOULD LIKE TO TAKE CVC MEMBERS ON A VACATION WITH THEM
Emily mentioned in November that she would like to offer our members to join them at
their time share and there seemed to be interest. The Piercy’s would cover the rooms
and you just pay for the Air Fare (approx. $600/person, round trip from Fresno) and
the required All-Inclusive fees. This would vary depending on the time and number of
people in the group. They say it is a beautiful relaxing resort and they feel safer in
Cancun than in LA or Oakland these days. She has already contacted the resort about
booking a group for next October and would like CVC Members that are interested to
give her a call about it so she can get a more definite number. If you are interested
or have any questions, please call Emily Piercy at 559-299-1634.