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, Ruthie Danielsen 284-6260
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
In the Garage w/Charlie………….… 7
In the Garage w/Jeff…….……… 8-20
CVC Event Flyers.................. 22-30
Catalina Cruise Pics……………. 31-32
From our Sponsor, Ed Dena....... 33
SUNSHINE & CLOUDS - NEWS
WEBSITE & NEWSLETTER EDITOR
I have heard past Presidents say that the hardest
part of being club President is having to write a
column for the newsletter each month. I agree.
When I was Vice-President for Activities I ran with
basically the same message month after month
and I only had to keep the list of activities up to date
and make some flyers. Surprise……….it’s different
now! Well, I’ll put my best effort forward and see
what I can come up with for February. The January
meeting had, I believe, the lowest attendance of
just about any CVC meeting I can remember. I am
sure the weather played a part; however, of
course, the biggest reason was the Carnival cruise.
It was great to be able to welcome Mike Lebda
back. He has made an extremely fantastic recovery
after his surgery! Some business items were
discussed but a number of things have been put off
until the February meeting when, hopefully we will
have better attendance. Thank you to Ruthie for
doing her regular job and also taking Minutes of the
meeting. Darlene was great in her return
engagement as Treasurer, LeighAnn filled in for
raffle ticket sales and Sunshine and Clouds, and
Charlie was fantastic as an understudy in the role of
Raffle Master. Chuck is irreplaceable so we just let
badges slide! We did accomplish one important
…a word from our President!
thing, however, when we voted in new members
Larry and Janet King. There was one big
advantage to so few attendees and that was we
all had better odds of winning something in the
raffle. I drew tickets for Charlie and there is no
truth to the rumor that I had something to do
with drawing my own tickets to win a Steve
Garcia sign or one of the great jackets Dave and
Lori Dukes donate! As I have said several times
previously, one of my goals this year is to
encourage PARTICIPATION in club activities,
specifically organizing and conducting runs. I am
encouraged with how the Lebdas, Hendersons,
Laninghams, Nulls, Garrisons, Henenfents,
Fosnaughs, and Severances have already stepped
up to the plate, providing for 11 runs thus far at
various times in 2019. The effort to organize and
carry out activities/runs is greatly appreciated and
it is with much gratitude that I thank everyone in
our club who puts forth a special effort to make
Central Valley Corvettes a success. Lastly, please
feel free to be involved in club meetings, i.e. if you
have something to bring up for the good of the
order, please, by all means do so…if you have
something to discuss but don’t want to do it in a
public forum, feel free to attend a Board Meeting
and talk with your elected officers. Anyone can
attend a Board Meeting. All we ask is that you
notify me of your attendance in advance of the
meeting. Happy Valentines Day everyone! See
you all on February 19th.
Save the wave
The meeting was Called
to Order: at 6:30 by
President Dick Danielsen.
The number of
members in attendance:
23 Attendance was low
because many of the members were on a Cruise. Dick
welcomed Mike Lebda and commented that his fast progress
in healing and getting back into the routine of life was nothing
short of miraculous. Dick also thanked Skip Severance for
taking over the duties of VP Activities for this meeting while
letting Mike continue to recuperate. Ruthie Danielsen (VP
Public Relations and Membership) distributed ballots for
approving Larry and Janet King to join CVC (Sponsors: Steve and
Lydia Garcia). Ballots
were counted and it was
unanimous we accept the
Kings as new members.
Congratulations to the
Kings! Ruthie reminded
those present that the sponsors of anyone that subsequently is
approved for membership receives a $50 gift certificate for
Yosemite Falls. Acting Secretary Ruthie Danielsen read the
Minutes of the last meeting. LeighAnn Severance made a
Motion to accept the Minutes as read. David Dukes seconded.
Minutes approved. Acting Treasurer Darlene Derringer read the
Treasurer’s Report. Membership was reminded that if they so
choose, the Treasurer’s report is always available to be seen at a
General or Board Meeting. VP Public Relations & Membership
Ruthie Danielsen read the Birthdays and Anniversaries for this
month. Also, she read the list of members that did not renew
their membership. Particulars can be found in the Newsletter.
Acting VP Activities Skip Severance informed the Membership
of upcoming runs and activities (listed in the Newsletter).
Charlies Fosnaugh reminded all that there would be a Movie
Night (Dogs Way Home) Wed. 24. Dinner at Mad Duck about
5:30. If you are attending the Super Bowl party (2pm) at the
Lebda’s on Feb. 3, this is the last meeting to pay $10 per
couple. Mike Lebda informed all that their 1967 Corvette
would be on the Barrett/Jackson auction block this Thurs.
There was no Old Business.
New Business: Dick brought up the subject of runs unrelated
to the central idea of the Club which is to have fun in our
Corvettes. He talked about cruises, trips to resorts and others
that involved having travel agents attending our meetings
talking about trips that they make a living planning for others.
He stated his intent to bring this up for discussion at the next
General Meeting when more of the membership would be
present. He said that he was not against members informing
membership that they were planning trips and invited anyone
interested to join them, but that the organizing, promotion of
and money flow would not be the responsibility of the Club.
LeighAnn graciously accepted doing Freida Null’s job of selling
raffle tickets and the job of Sunshine and Clouds in place of
Linda Laningham. She canvassed each table for tidbits and
members enjoyed the information provided. There being no
other business, a Motion was made by Craig Derringer to
adjourn. Seconded by Gale Tavares. Motion carried. The next
Meeting of the Board – 7PM – 1/22/19 will be at Mike
Lebda’s home. Anyone is welcome to attend Board
Meetings…the President must be informed before attending.
Because two of the Board Members are driving quite a
distance at night from opposite directions for meetings, it has
been agreed that the central locations of the Lebda’s and
Danielsen’s would be the places for Bd. Meetings. Thank you
to Charlie for acting as Raffle Master and his assistants, the
Kings. Respectfully Submitted:
Ruthie Danielsen, Acting Secretary
Dear CVC Club Members
Thank you for trusting me with the responsibilities of public relations
and managing club membership. I will always strive to do my best.
Please take a moment to check the information on the last Roster to
see that is correct for you or if you need to make changes. Please
contact me via my cell phone 559-284-6260 message, my home phone
559-298-5229 or my email firstname.lastname@example.org .
by Ruthie Danielsen
Skip Severance, 2/01 – Sue Comer, 2/02 – Steve Rosen, 2/05 – Ruthie Danielsen, 2/13
Rennie Campos, 2/22 and Linda Laningham, 2/25
Chuck & Linda Laningham, 2/04/67, 52 Yrs.
Bob & Kathy Marine, 2/09/74 – 45 Yrs.
Roger & Valerie Merritt, 2/24/63 – 56 Yrs.
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 RECOMMEND OUR WEB SITE REGULARLY AT:
‘In the Garage’ w/Charlie
‘In the Garage’ w/Jeff Levin
Corvette’s Place in Pop Culture
We all seem to love Corvettes for any number of reasons. We cherish them, race them, take
them to shows, detail and clean them religiously, and sometimes we’re lucky enough to either
pass one down or even receive one from another family member. This love for the Corvette
can come from many influences, one of which could be exposure through popular culture.
We’re going to take an in-depth look at how Corvettes have and continue to surface in pop
culture. We will look into the cars and the folks who own them in everything from movies, to
movie stars, musicians, and beyond.
Movie & Television Stars
Tim Allen's Z06
Tim Allen is very well known for his “Home Improvement” character of a family man and host
of the television show Tool Time. He has also had numerous parts in movies, commercials,
and a host of other appearances. Here is Allen’s Corvette Z06 which was available on eBay.
While there isn’t much information available on this car, we happen to think “The Tool Man”
has great taste in Vettes and we really like the black paint on black factory wheels.
Matthew McConaughey’s 1971 Stingray
In 2006, Matthew McConaughey decided to auction off his 1971 Corvette Stingray yet again
on eBay Motors. The proceeds from the sale were reportedly going towards Oprah’s Angel
Network recovery efforts for the victims of both Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita.
According to McConaughey, “it will help so many people with the necessities in life… [and] I
can’t pull my Airstream with it.” While a ’71 Stingray certainly does not make for a good tow
vehicle, it could fetch some decent money. Especially when it was owned by an A-list actor
who has driven the car all over Texas after purchasing the Stingray in 1998. The car ended
up receiving 72 bids and ultimately fetched $61,600.
Steve Austin fills McMahon’s C4 with concrete
While this one is sure to make any C4 lovers out there cringe, this example was more of a
famous act upon a Corvette committed by the infamous wrestler Steve Austin. Back in 1998,
“Stone Cold” Steve Austin drove a concrete truck into the back stage area of an arena where
the wrestling federation’s owner Vince McMahon had his white C4 parked, roof removed.
Steve Austin then proceeded to pull the truck up and aim the slide towards the car. With the
pull of a lever he began filling Mr. McMahon’s Corvette with wet concrete. As the car began
to become completely filled, the side windows burst under pressure. We don’t know what the
ultimate fate of the C4 was, but we’d have to assume this car went to the junkyard or the
landfill. The antics of Stone Cold Steve Austin continued to haunt Vince McMahon on a whole
new level when Stone Cold drove a cement truck into Long Island’s arena on October 12th
of 1998, with one goal in mind: drag Vince McMahon down into misery once again and
continue punishing and tormenting him. The solution: by obliterating McMahon’s prized
George Clooney's 1959 C1
While George Clooney is commonly seen sporting a different car whether it be a sports car,
sedan, or SUV, there is one car that he proudly owns and has said he will never part with.
He owns a classic red, 1959 C1. Considering how many “all American roles” Clooney plays,
we couldn’t think of a better Vette for his collection. Maybe this just goes to show that many
of his roles are true to his own personality.
Jay Leno’s 2009 ZR1, VIN #001 of production vehicles
Anybody who knows cars, or late night comedy, knows of Jay Leno. While he has one of
the more impressive car collections in the world, he still finds room for a Corvette or two.
In this case, we are looking at his 2009 ZR1, VIN #001 of production ZR1s.
Johnny Depp’s C1 from the film “The Rum Diary”
It turns out that Mr. Clooney is not the only Hollywood star to own a red C1 Corvette, as
Johnny Depp is now the proud owner of one. The picture here is actually a shot from the
movie “The Rum Diary,” which Depp starred in alongside the beautiful Amber Heard. This
great car is now sitting in one of Depp’s garages thanks to the producer of the film, Graham
King, who presented the car to Depp as a gift for his work during the film. Quite the kind
gesture we think, and what a great opportunity to own the car from a film you starred in. We’d
say that one is a keeper!
Paul Teutul's Custom C6
This Corvette owner, better known as Paul Senior from the hit Discovery Channel show
Orange County Shoppers, owns a sinister looking C6 Z06. The interior appears to have a
little custom work done in addition to the black wheels. All together, this very black Z06 is
a great looking car and although it did not meet its reserve on eBay. Hopefully Teutul still
cares for this Z06 or has passed it on to somebody who will care for it just as well.
Paul Teutul's 2009 ZR1 & 1960 283 ci Fuelie
Paul Senior has been spotted sporting a grey 2009 ZR1 pictured here. Having owned a Z06,
the ZR1 is a great next car for those with means, and thanks to OCC (Orange County
Choppers), he certainly does! According to CorvetteBlogger.com, Teutul also owned a 1960
fuel injected Covette convertible painted in Ermine White and sported the 283 ci V8 with fourspeed
automatic. This car was marked for a Barrett-Jackson auction along with a custom
chopper that was built and styled to resemble the Corvette.
While the movie stars mentioned above can certainly help to bring awareness to the wonder
world of Corvettes, the cars featured themselves can often be just as famous and recognized
for their starring roles. Thanks to Edmunds for compiling and ranking the 10 most famous
Corvettes starring in tinsel town movies. Hopefully some of theses cars jog your memory of
the film, and / or give you a few to make time to watch. Below are the most memorable
Corvettes listed, saving the best for last!
10. Con Air – 1997: This 1967 Corvette eventually winds up being dragged behind an
airplane with a cable. Ultimately, the Corvette lands in front of a few of the main characters
creating quite the scene. Unfortunately, the car is torn up pretty good but does hold the spot
for the most torn up Corvette on film.
9. The Spy Who Shagged Me – 1999: This was the second movie in the “Austin Powers”
trilogy. Because Powers is working with an American CIA agent (Heather Graham), they had
to aptly swap out the E-Type Jaguar (adorned in a British flag) for a 1965 Corvette
convertible, painted with an American flag theme, shown here. Quite the ride in the ‘60s and
8. XXX – 2002: This motion picture is based around an action sports extremist, known as
Xander Cage, which is played by the actor Vin Diesel. Before becoming a spy for the United
States Government, “Xander” steals a red C5 convertible from a country club by posing as a
valet assistant, all while filming the entire event to post online. After a police chase in which
Xander expresses his feelings towards the C5’s owner, a political figure, he steers the Vette
towards a randomly placed ramp parked atop a bridge spanning California’s American River.
The car flies off the bridge and begins to nosedive, but not before Xander jumps from the
cockpit parachute in tow. The C5 does not make the same soft landing as Mr. Diesel.
7. Fast Five – 2011: Vin Diesel is once again present in this movie, but co-stars alongside
the late Paul Walker, a fellow car enthusiast. Fast Five is the 5th film in the lineup that started
with “The Fast and The Furious.” The car shown here is actually a Grand Sport replica that
was built by Mongoose Motorsports. These grand sports were built off of C4 Corvette chassis
and were powered by Chevrolet 502 ci big blocks, to really put some thunder to the road.
6. Animal House – 1978: This cult classic is mainly about the struggles between members
of the Delta House and Omega House fraternities. While there are many interesting aspect
to the plot, this 1959 Corvette was owned by Delta House’s Rush Chairman Eric “Otter”
Stratton. Quite the ride for a college student in 1962.
5. King of the Mounain – 1981: Set in Southern California is this film about one mans’s car
and his obsession for the illegal racing that takes place on Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles.
The starring vehicle is a 1967 coupe that among a number of imperfections, is missing some
key parts to this car’s exterior. The Vette makes for one nasty ride throughout the film, but is
eventually silenced towards the end of the film.
4. Terms of Endearment – 1983: While this isn’t a movie one would expect to find America’s
sports car in, there is an awesome scene where Jack Nicholson’s character takes the
character played by Shirley MaxLaine for a rather spirited drive. Nicholson ends up driving
the ’78 Silver Anniversary Edition Corvette down the beach with his feet on the controls, only
to end with the car in the ocean. What a shame!
3. Kiss Me Deadly – 1955: Shown throughout the film is a 1954 Vette, being driven
throughout Los Angeles in its own time. Due to the year of the film, this was one of the earliest
Corvettes to appear on the silver screen. While filmed in black and white, you can still get a
feel of the elegance and beauty of this car. It must have been quite a scene to see the
beginning of America’s sports car appear, and for many the first time.
2. Boogie Nights – 1997: Mark Wahlberg appears pretty early on in his movie career here.
The movie basically shows his character, working through the pornography industry in the
‘70s and ‘80s. The car chosen for the character is an orange 1977 Corvette, which basically
continues down a path of destruction parallel with its owner.
1. Corvette Summer – 1978: The movie is about a boy in a quest to find a stolen Corvette
that has been “decorated” in one unique fashion. Apparently, there is a 1973 sitting beneath
the car costume, but as Hollywood often has does, there were more then one car built for the
film, so we don’t know for certain. This film is focused on the Corvette more then any of the
others listed, and even uses it in the title. Quite the movie for the Corvette fanatic!
Johnny Carson’s 1986 C4
One of America’s favorite late night talk show hosts also owned one of America’s sports car.
Unfortunately he passed away in 2005, but Johnny Carson was the proud owner of a white
1986 C4 Corvette, of which he drove to work most days he owned it.
Michael Jordan’s 1993 40th Anniversary Edition ZR1
For the most part, even those who have never dribbled a ball or sat though an NBA game
have at least heard the name Michael Jordan. If you’re a basketball fan, and certainly one of
the Chicago Bulls, then he means a lot to you. Luckily for us, Mr. Jordan has also been a
member of the Corvette community as the owner of a 1993 40th Anniversary Edition ZR1.
While C4s may not have a reputation as a high-horsepower Corvette these days, we need
to remember that the C4 ZR1s put out around 450 hp, and because less then 500 were
produced, they carried sticker prices of $67,778.
Rapper “The Game’s” custom C6
A well know star in the rap music community is an artist known as “The Game.” During an
interview with TMZ, he disclosed the information that he leased the Corvette a number of
years prior and was on an extended tour when the lease expired. Shortly after returning
home, the car was repossessed from his home, but he was apparently cooperative during
the process. While his car sported his common signature styling of white, chrome, and red,
he must not have been too disappointed, as he told TMZ, “I got SO many whips!”
Bartolo “Buddy” Valastro
You may have read a recent Corvette Online news item about Bartolo “Buddy” Valastro, from
the television show “Cake Boss” who recently earned a DUI in the streets of New York City,
driving his yellow C7. Hopefully he will get his car out of in-pound and more importantly, has
learned from his mistake.
The National Corvette Museum
While the exhibit has since dissolved with the cars returning home to their rightful owners,
the NCM (National Corvette Museum) hosted a display of Corvettes owned by famous
country music stars. The exhibit also housed some Camaros, but the Corvettes were well
• 1958 Corvette – George Strait
• 1960 Corvette – Tim McGraw & Faith Hill
• 1967 Corvette – Roy Orbison
• 1978 Corvette – George Jones
• 1999 Corvette – Brad Paisley
The Corvette Diner is a well known restaurant located in San Diego, California. While the
restaurant long resided in a downtown area known as “North Park,” the restaurant has more
recently moved to a brand new location near the the San Diego Harbor and International
Airport, known as “Liberty Station.”
50's restaurant 'Corvette Diner' in San Diego, California
The restaurant is a full 1950’s theme from the decorations and furniture, to the music and
wait staff’s outfits. With a lively, fun atmosphere, this is a great place for a fun meal and is
regularly frequented for birthday parties and celebrations.
For the Corvette lover, there is always a “Classic Corvette” on display near the front entrance,
which is rotated out with other cars from time to time. If you ever visit San Diego or are within
driving distance, we suggest you give it a try, and even drive your Corvette there!
Hopefully this has helped inform you on some of the Corvettes sitting in the garages of the
entertainers of yesterday and today. We certainly love to see these awesome sports cars
appear in movies and see the roll they play in them. While we have named a few attractions
concerning Corvettes, there are always new ones popping up, so stay on the lookout and
feel free to give Covette Online a shout should you know of something we may enjoy!
By: BRENT DAVIS (HTTPS://WWW.CORVETTEONLINE.COM/AUTHOR/BRENTMDAVIS/)
ANYBODY UP FOR A SAN DIEGO RUN??
I WOULD LIKE TO ENCOURAGE THE NEWER MEMBERS TO DO A RUN THIS YEAR. TRY
SOMETHING SIMPLE LIKE A SHORT DRIVE THEN FINISHING WITH A HAMBURGER
SOMEWHERE. ASK ANY OF THE LONG TIME MEMBERS FOR ASSISTANCE IF YOU EVEN
NEED IT. THE RUNS ARE WHAT MAKE THIS CLUB FUN.
Date(s): Events in 2019: Time: Run Leaders:
Feb 3 Super Bowl Party ~2 pm Lebda’s
March 3 Shanghai Dinner Run 5:30pm Freida Null
Mar 10-16 California Costal Cruise (7 Days) TBD Fosnaugh’s
Apr 3-7 Laughlin Run 8:00AM Garrison’s
April 20 Mariposa Lunch Run 10:15am Henderson’s
April 27 Clovis Rodeo Parade 7:45am Fosnaugh’s
May 4 6 th Annual CVC Picnic, Kroekerville 11:30am Null/Henderson
June 22 Bass Lake Dinner Run 3:30pm Henderson’s
8/22 – 9/12 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
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.
CVC DINNER RUN
Friday March 8 th 5:30pm
4011 N Blackstone Fresno
Come the join the group for an old Friday
Night tradition of over eating and good
Questions call Freida Null: 269-2283
7 days, Inside Room, Caribe
Classic California Costal Cruise $761*
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Balcony Rooms on Caribe Deck start at $1020* per person plus above fees.
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Central Valley Corvettes
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March 10, 2019
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CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES GOES TO LAUGHLIN
SAVE THE DATE!!
APRIL 3-7, 2019
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Lunch at the 1850
SAT APRIL 20 th
We will leave from the Sportsman’s Warehouse parking lot at
Friant Road and Fresno St (8468 N Friant Rd, Fresno) at 10.15 am
and journey North on Hwy 41 to the town of Oakhurst. Turn left on
Hwy 49 North and drive 26 miles to Mariposa. Along the route you
will pass through the towns of Ahwahnee, Nipinnawassee and
Bootjack. We will park in the large parking lot in the center
between the restaurant and the museum. We eat first, then walk
over to the museum. When everyone has seen enough, we will
head back down Hwy 49 to Hwy 41 to Reimer’s ice cream.
Cream stop on the
Beautiful drive in
the foothills with
When ready we will head homeward to the Fresno, Clovis area.
FOR MORE INFO
I WANT YOUR CORVETTE
In the Clovis Rodeo’s
Saturday, April 27, 2019
This Year’s Parade Theme: AMERICAN PRIDE!
Judy’s Donuts in The Trading Post Center on the SE corner of Herndon & Clovis Ave.
Time: Donuts & Coffee from 7:45 to 8:00 am - No later than 8:00 am, Saturday, April 27, 2019
We leave at 8:05 am to the parade staging area (Barstow, 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 Barstow 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.
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 email@example.com or 281-2876
Sign up by the April 16 th Meeting!
Please Join us
For our 6 th annual
CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES
Saturday May 4 th
Starts 11:30 am to?
Lunch at 12:30 pm
4627 S Chestnut Ave
Fresno, CA 93725
There will be a salsa contest and a dessert contest with prizes!
Balloon Toss, Corn-Holer (Bean Bag game) and other games and Prizes
Includes a Catered Mexican Lunch
$5.00 per person by April meeting
Sign up at the Club Meeting
Info: 269-2283 Freida Null
786-9781 Glenn Henderson
Bass Lake Dinner Run
Saturday June 22, 2019
We will leave from Fresno at 3:30pm from the Sportsman’s
Warehouse parking lot at Friant Rd. and Fresno St. (8468 N.
Friant Rd. Fresno) and drive to our destination at Ducey’s on
the lake at Bass Lake Pines Resort. (39255 Marina Dr. Bass
Lake CA 93604) They have a great atmosphere with a view
of the lake, and wonderful food.
It is a pretty drive, and since we will be eating at 5:00pm,
and the days are the longest then, we should be home
For more information call Glenn Henderson at 786-9781
2019 National Corvette Caravan
All roads lead to Bowling Green, Kentucky for the 25th Anniversary of the National Corvette Museum
We now have 7 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!
CATALINA/ENSENADA CRUISE 1-14-19