OFFICIAL NEWSLETTER OF CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES, FRESNO, CA. (CHARTERED NOVEMBER 12, 1991)
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
‘Special’ March Meeting……….……. 6
Birthdays & Anniversaries............ 7
In the Garage w/Jeff…………...… 8-9
In the Garage w/Charlie….….. 10-11
CVC Activities............................ 12
CVC Event Flyers.................. 13-23
SuperBowl/Dominos Pics ……. 24-26
From our Sponsor, Ed Dena....... 27
SUNSHINE & CLOUDS - NEWS
WEBSITE & NEWSLETTER EDITOR
Always remember to forget
The things that make you sad,
But never forget to remember
The things that make you glad!
Always remember to forget
The friends that prove untrue,
But never forget to remember
Those that stuck by you!
Always remember to forget
The troubles that pass your way,
But never forget to remember
The blessings that come each day!
…a word from our President!
For non-club members who may be viewing our
website for the first time, welcome to the Central
Valley Corvette Club website and Newsletter!
Thank you very much for your interest in our
The Corvette you own or are considering
purchasing is an expression of your personality and
lifestyle. Many of our current members joined the
club because of the rich history of “America’s
Sports Car”, the love of Corvettes, and their
Corvette ownership. Our 80 club members own
Corvettes from the C1 to C7 generations. See our
club members and their cars page for photos of
members and their Corvettes. Beyond that, people
have stayed members because of the strong, long
lasting friendships forged within the club.
Our club is a social club with an emphasis on
driving our Corvettes and offering a variety of
activities with the goal of having something of
interest for all our members. Please take a look at
the activities section of the Newsletter to see
what is currently scheduled. We are always
adding events so please visit our website regularly
for an up to date overview of runs/activities.
Lastly, for those visiting our website who are
considering joining our club, I would like to roll out
the welcome mat on behalf of myself and all our
members. The inflow of new people brings new
ideas and new energy to our club. We would love
to have you.
Save the wave.
The General meeting
was called to order by
Dick Danielsen at 6:30
PM. Dick opened the
meeting by recognizing
Diane Hayes, a celebrity
within our club, who received the 2018 Senior Citizen of the
Year award for her years of service in the Dinuba community.
Secretary – Kathy Marine read minutes from the January
General meeting. The January minutes were amended as
noted. Bob Peluso made a motion to accept the amended
minutes; Dave Dukes seconded the motion.
Treasurer’s Report - Lynn Henenfent gave the Treasurer’s
report. Lynn also stated $245.00 was collect in raffle ticket sales.
VP of Public Relations/Membership – Ruthie Danielsen (on
behalf of sponsors Steve and Lydia
Garcia) presented new members Larry
and Janet King with their CVC badges
and goodie bag. Ruthie announced
birthdays and anniversaries. In
celebration of wedded bliss, $25.00
Yosemite Café gift cards were handed
out by random drawing. Celebrants must be present to win.
Congratulations to gift card winners:
anniversary, and, Roger and Valerie
Merritt on their February anniversary.
Ruthie also introduced Tom and
Emily’s Piercy’s guest, Mike Swan,
who owns a 2005 red convertible
corvette. I am sure he is looking
forward to warmer, sunny days
and driving with the top down.
VP of Activities – Mike Lebda informed the members of
upcoming runs and activities (see run/activity schedule
published in Newsletter). Charlie and Kim Fosnaugh hit the
jackpot at the Superbowl party hosted by Mike and Mary Lou
Lebda, raking in 3 out of the 4 quarter winnings. Connie
Anderson was the domino queen who also ended the
evening with a little extra cash. Mike announced the President
Mystery Run Dick Danielsen, with the help of Chuck and Linda
Laningham, has planned for June 6-9, 2019. Sign up sheet will
be available at March meeting, limited to 20 cars. Cost is
Old Business: Board voted on central meeting location,
rotating between the Danielsen’s and Lebda’s homes due to
long commutes of two Board members. Dick expressed the
focus of club runs/activities to incorporate Corvettes.
Individuals who plan unofficial, non-corvette related events,
cruises or travel can solicit member interest, provide flyers/trip
information at meetings. The Club will not provide sign-up
sheet nor money flow for unofficial trips/activities; those
details will be handled directly with the individual(s) who plan
the unofficial trip/activity. Travel agents are not allowed to
solicit at club meetings. Dick asked for comments or questions
from members; club members agreed. Dick Danielsen made
a motion for club donation of $1,000.00 to Kroekerville Picnic
planned for May 3, 2019. Andy Anderson asked to make a
motion to have club pay for the entire cost of Kroekerville
Picnic including the $5.00 trip fee paid by each member that
signs up to attend. Debbie Garrison was recognized to explain
the purpose of the trip fee. Various motions were made and
discussed regarding fees, members who sign up and “no
show” charges. Freida Nulls, a picnic run leader, made a final
motion to accept donation, continue with the trip fee, and
raffle any remaining picnic funds back to members. Skip
seconded motion. Motion passed. Dick Danielsen made a
motion for club donation of $2650.00 to Christmas Party.
Motion passed. Dick Danielsen solicited volunteers to help
Charlie Fosnaugh with CVC’s monthly newsletter. Charlie
Fosnaugh spoke to club members and expressed his
appreciation to anyone that can assistance him with the
Newsletter. Members can contact Charlie for more
New Business: Dick Danielsen informed club that the Board is
working on changes to bylaws. Dick called for a Special Meeting
in March to vote on bylaw changes. If approved, each member
will receive updated bylaws by email. Emily Piercy presented a
Cancun, Mexico, trip to the club. Trip information and cost
sheet was available on each table. Interested members can
contact Emily for more information.
Sunshine and Clouds: Linda Laningham scoured the room,
visiting each table so members can update club on life
happenings and events. Lots of information was shared.
Sergeant-at-Arms: Chuck Laningham collected $2.00 in badge
Next Board Meeting: To be held at Danielsen’s home,
February 26, 2019, at 7:00 PM. Members are welcome to
attend Board meetings. Please inform Club President of your
General Meeting Adjourned: Dick Danielsen made a motion
to adjourn meeting at 7:20 PM. Dave Dukes seconded the
motion. Respectfully submitted:
Kathy Marine, Club Secretary
Thank you to the following members for donating raffle
prizes. It is appreciated! Anderson, Danielsen, Derringer,
Dukes, Fosnaugh, Engelman, Garcia, Garrison, Hayes,
Henderson, Henenfent, Jarvis, Laningham, Lebda, Nulls, Piercy
The March CVC Meeting has been designated by the
Board of Directors as a “Special Meeting” to allow
for a vote on a change of wording in the club By-Laws
regarding the duties and responsibilities of the
Vice-President, Public Relations and Membership.
Several administrations ago, the duties and responsibilities of the
Vice-President, Public Relations, were expanded to include
Membership and the By-Laws have never been revised to reflect that
change. The purpose of this “Special Meeting” is to vote on new
wording in the By-Laws that will clarify that change. Additionally,
amendments to the By-Laws require a vote of acceptance by 2/3 of
the regular members present at the Special Meeting.
y Ruthie Danielsen
Fred Parks, 3/03 – Patricia Garrahan, 3/04 – Debby Anderson, 3/08 – Bob Marine, 3/08
Gina Estrada, 3/10 – Mike Henenfent, 3/11 – Andy Anderson, 3/14 – Vickie Garrison, 3/20
Jeff Engelman 3/22 – Stephanie Engelman, 3/22 – Del Walker, 3/26 – Joe Garcia, 3/27
Darlene Derringer, 3/27 and Jill Rosen, 3/29
Steve & Jill Rosen, 3/19/00, 19 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/Jeff Levin
Bertone’s Nivola Concept was a ’90s
Bellwether for the Mid-Engine Corvette
Italian design house Bertone is well known for its over-the-top concepts featuring futuristic,
wedge-shaped styling. But of Bertone’s early-1990s creations might have hit the mid-engined
nail on the head when it came to the future of America’s sports car—the oft forgotten 1990
Corvette Nivola concept. The late-1980s and early ’90s marked an important turning point in
Corvette history. The sports car was finally regaining its footing as a true performance
machine after the Malaise Era crippled the late-C3 with fuel economy and emissions
regulation. It wasn't until the birth of the ultra-’80s, fuel-injected C4 that this trend began
reversing itself. With improvements in both power and performance each year, it paved the
road to the 375-horsepower ZR-1 for 1990.
Bertone’s Nivola concept, also released in 1990 at the Geneva Motor Show, showcased just
how far into supercar-dom you could take the fourth-generation Corvette’s parts with some
careful rearrangement and re-imagination. Unlike the neon-green Ramarro of 1983 that
preserved the front-engined layout, the Nivola moved the powerplant to the middle, providing
the car with Lamborghini-like proportions with shorter overhangs and a wider stance than its
The looks weren’t the only exotic part, either. Underneath the all-steel body (in contrast to
the C4’s fiberglass construction) was the Lotus-designed, DOHC LT-5 V-8 mated to a fivespeed
ZF transaxle, the same gearbox used in the DeTomaso Pantera. Popular Mechanics
claims the engine’s output matched the ZR-1’s at 375, however other outlets reported the
use of twin-turbos to send as much as 650 horses to the 315-section rear tires.
Bertone’s original design called for a complex retractable hardtop, but it settled on a simple
removable targa roof to get the job done. Then there’s the interior—oh-so-’90s purple leather
with light-green accents envelop the cabin and all-digital, early-C4 gauges complete the
psychedelic alien motif. The concept served as an homage to famous 1930s and ’40s Italian
racer Tazio Nuvolari (who’s nickname was Nivola) and its bright paint job was a throwback
to his signature yellow sweater. And while this car was a look back at automotive history
through a famous name, it was also a fairly accurate glimpse into the future of the Corvette.
The next-generation C8 is rumored to not only share the mid-engine layout, but also house
a new turbocharged DOHC V-8 and a retractable hardtop, akin to what was envisioned for
Bertone’s Nivola 30 years prior. Whether these rumors actually come to fruition won’t be
known for months, but it’s certainly worth taking the time now to appreciate how advanced
and just-plain-cool the 1990 Nivola concept was, and still is today.
Article from Hagerty.com by Brett Lirones // February 01, 2019
‘In the Garage’ w/Charlie
Driving a $10 Million Corvette Grand Sports in the Snow!
Why? Because he can!
Seeing and hearing a 1966 Corvette Grand Sport is rare. A Grand Sport roaring around while
snow is falling is something I’ve never seen. The Simeone Museum isn’t joking around when
it takes Corvette Grand Sport chassis number 002 out for a spin on a winter’s day. The clip
is from back in 2016, when the the museum staff exercised the Grand Sport during one of its
demonstration days. (Thanks to the Grand Sport’s fiberglass construction, body rust isn’t a
concern.) The museum sets up such performances to give visitors a new way to experience
the collection: with their ears. Given the inclement weather, the museum staff chose two
fiberglass cars to take for a spin; the Grand Sport is just one-of-two such cars that were
converted to roadsters. The sound of this roadster is aggressive, and for good reason. It is a
full-bore, unapologetic race car. The big-block 427 exhales through a set of unmuffled side
pipes and has a windscreen with a very “you-must-be-this-short-to-drive” feel to it. Seems
like the driver could have used some eye protection during the snowy romp around the
parking lot, and maybe a set of winter tires. It is great to see a group so dedicated to
preserving the sights and sounds of these pieces of automotive history. Hopefully more will
embrace the “drive ‘em, don’t hide ‘em” ethos. Cars are, after all, for driving.
Article from Hagerty.com by by Kyle Smith // February 22, 2019
‘In the Garage’ w/Charlie
Could The C8 be Revealed at Amelia Island?
Browsing Facebook last night, I spotted an intriguing post from Tom Falconer. Tom is a fellow
Brit who has always been intertwined with my personal Corvette story. We became friends
when at the age of 21, I received one of his books as a birthday present from a thoughtful
friend. Tom has put me in touch with his contact for all of the cars he’s imported into the UK
from the States. I subsequently went to Tom whenever I was looking for a Corvette when I
lived in the UK. We are both authors of Corvette-related books and see each other most
years at Le Mans. We are friends and this post popped up on my Facebook feed last night.
My immediate thought was, ‘why would Amelia Island (https://www.ameliaconcours.org) be
putting on a display of mid-engined Corvettes in 2019?’ My immediate answer was that
perhaps GM asked Amelia Island to gather the prototype mid-engined Corvettes to form part
of a display with the all-new mid-engined C8. Amelia Island Concours D’Elegance takes
place this year on Sunday, March 10th. It also coincides with one of the world’s biggest and
most important motor shows in Geneva Switzerland. My assumption is that they will launch
the C8 at the Geneva International Motor Show. (https://www.gims.swiss) The show begins
on Thursday March 7th. I suspect they’ll probably introduce the new car on Friday and have
the C8 on display along with its two predecessors that Sunday at Amelia Island.
Article from CorvetteOnline.com by Nigel Dobbie January 31, 2019
Corvette Runs for 2019 have seen brand new people and people who have not put on runs
for a while putting on runs. We are also going to new places and places we haven’t visited
for quite some time. Other people talk to me about putting on runs for the first time. If you
are thinking about a run, our board is here to help. You may also think about teaming up with
one of our members who has experience in putting on runs. If you are ready to announce a
run be sure to run it by me to make sure there are no conflicts with other events.
Mike Lebda, VP Activities, Central Valley Corvettes
Date(s): Events in 2019: Time: Run Leaders:
March 8 Shanghai Dinner Run 5:30 pm Freida Null
March 20 Movie Nite: Finding Steve McQueen 5:30 pm Fosnaugh’s
March 24 Chukchansi Brunch Run 9:30 am Engelman’s
April 3-7 Laughlin Run 8:00 am Garrison’s
April 20 Mariposa Lunch Run 10:15am Henderson’s
April 27 Clovis Rodeo Parade 7:45 am Fosnaugh’s
May 4 6 th Annual CVC Picnic, Kroekerville 11:30am Null/Henderson
June 6-9 President’s Mystery Run TBD Danielsen’s
June 22 Bass Lake Dinner Run 3:30 pm Henderson’s
8/22 – 9/12 6 th National Corvette Caravan to 7:00 am 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
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
fellowship. If you didn’t already sign up,
please call Freida to add on.
Questions call Freida Null: 269-2283
Finding Steve McQueen
"A gang of close-knit thieves from Youngstown,
Ohio, try to steal $30 million in illegal
contributions and blackmail money from
President Richard Nixon’s secret fund."
Maya Cinemas, 3090 E. Campus Pointe Drive
Dinner at Fat Jacks @ 5:00 pm (weather permiting) w/Vettes
near the Theater at 625 W Shaw Ave, Clovis, CA 93612
starts about 7 PM
Chukchansi Gold Casio
Sunday, March 24, 2019
We will leave from Fresno at 9:30 am from the parking lot of Sportsman's Warehouse at 8468
N. Friant Road, Fresno. This is near the intersection of Friant Road and Fresno Street. From
there it is an easy 30 minute drive north on Hwy. 41 to the Chukchansi Gold Casio at 711
Lucky Lane, Coarsegold, CA. The Sunday Brunch is all you can eat and includes a lot of
variety. There is way too much to list here. If you want to see the menu call me and I will text
or e-mail one to you. Cost is $17.95 per person and $1 per glass of champagne, beer, or wine.
The following discounts are available: 10% off with their rewards card, 10% off for seniors
(over 50), and 10% off for veterans with your service card. Discounts can't be combined. We
will have a reserved room next to the buffet area and I'm working on VIP parking.
Sign up at our March 19 th meeting. Hope to see many of you!
If you have any questions contact Jeff Engelman at 559-907-1200.
CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES GOES TO LAUGHLIN
APRIL 3-7, 2019
APRIL 3-7, 2019
AQUARIUS CASINO RESORT HOTEL
1900 S. CASINO DRIVE, LAUGHLIN, NV 89029
FLAT RATE INCLUDES ROOM RATE, TAX & RESORT FEE
RATES: SUN-THUR - $45.00
FRI-SAT - $80.00
CALL GROUP RESERVATIONS
1-800-662-5825 between 6 AM-12 AM
CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES - GROUP CODE: C-CVC19
MEETING -7:45 CARL’S JR-JENSEN & 99
LEAVING 8 AM
MORE INFO - KEITH & DEBBIE GARRISON
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
2019 PRESIDENT’S MYSTERY RUN
WHEN: THURSDAY, JUNE 6 TH – SUNDAY, JUNE 9 TH
WHERE: DID YOU REALLY THINK THAT INFO WOULD BE HERE??
COST HAS NOT BEEN FINALIZED YET; HOWEVER, IT WILL BE IN THE
NEIGHBORHOOD OF $700 PER COUPLE AND WILL INCLUDE 3 NIGHTS LODGING,
BREAKFAST ON FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AND SUNDAY, 1 DINNER, AND 1
ATTRACTION. ALSO, THERE WILL BE A 5 OR 6 DOLLAR RUN FEE PER CAR. OTHER
ACTIVITIES/ATTRACTIONS ARE INVOLVED BUT ARE NOT INCLUDED IN YOUR
PAYMENT---NOTHING EXPENSIVE HOWEVER.
IF YOU SIGN UP FOR THE TRIP AND FIND YOU NEED TO CANCEL LESS THAN 30
DAYS FROM THE START OF THE RUN (THURSDAY, JUNE 6TH), THERE IS NO
REFUND! YOUR ONLY OPTION WOULD BE TO GET SOMEONE TO TAKE YOUR
PLACE. FACILITIES WHEREVER WE ARE GOING REQUIRE A FIRM ROOM COUNT
AND PAYMENT 30 DAYS IN ADVANCE OF ARRIVAL (YOU WOULD NOT THINK A
CAMPGROUND IN DEATH VALLEY WOULD BE SO PICKY....BUT THEY ARE!)
A SIGN-UP SHEET WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE MARCH MEETING AND THE APRIL
MEETING WILL BE THE CUT-OFF FOR SIGNING UP AND PAYING FOR THE RUN.
VERY IMPORTANT----BECAUSE OF ROOM AVAILABILITY AT THE LOCATION
AND TIME OF YEAR OF THE RUN, THIS TRIP IS LIMITED TO 20 CARS
(THERE ARE TWO RUN LEADERS WHICH LEAVES 18 SPACES)
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!
LEBDA’S SUPERBOWL PARTY 2-3-19