Central Valley Corvettes of Fresno - July 2019

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Central Valley Corvettes of Fresno - July 2019

Central

Valley

Corvettes

General Meeting Minutes 6-18-19

The June General meeting was called to order by

Dick Danielsen at 6:30 PM. Dick opened the meeting

by having the minutes read.

Secretary – Kathy Marine read minutes from the

May General meeting. The May minutes were

approved. Charlotte made a motion to accept the

minutes as read; Linda seconded the motion.

Treasurer’s Report - Lynn Henenfent gave the

Treasurer’s report. She also stated $225.00 was

collected in raffle ticket sales which incited a loud

round of applause. Despite a slightly smaller

meeting attendance, Freida still managed to

maximize raffle ticket sales. Keep up the good work

Frieda!

VP of Public Relations/Membership – Ruthie

Danielsen announced 3 birthdays and 3

anniversaries for June. Since Gail Tavares was the

only June birthday in attendance, she experienced a

grand serenade as the members sang “happy

birthday” to her. In celebration of 53 years of

married devotion, and luck of

the draw, Mike and Mary Lou

Lebda were the winners of a

$25.00 Yosemite gift card.

Congratulations and happy

anniversary!

Ruthie stated that the CVC website is generating

some interest from potential new members. She

has encouraged those that have contacted her to

attend a meeting. Ruthie also reminded members

to sign-in on the attendance sheet each meeting.

VP of Activities – Mike Lebda informed the

members of upcoming runs and activities. Each run

leader gave a brief synopsis of their run and

provided members with any updated information.

New runs are being planned. Sign-up sheets are

available at meetings. Be sure to check

Run/Activity Schedule published in the newsletter

for planned runs or contact run leaders with any

questions regarding their run. As a follow-up to

recently held runs, each run leader reflected on the

highlights for members’ enjoyment.

Dick Danielsen described his June 6-9 President

Mystery Run. He apparently was very successful in

keeping the “mystery” and deceiving the run

participates on their destination which included a

stop at the Western Film Museum in Lone Pine, a

scenic drive along Hwy 395 to Bishop, a visit to the

Owens Valley Paiute Shoshone Cultural Center,

then onto the Gold Dust Casino in Carson City

where some tried their luck during their stay. While

in Carson City, participants hopped aboard the

Virginia and Truckee Railroad train for a day ride to

Virginia City and back. Patricia Garrison tried her

luck and was the winner at guessing the total run

mileage of 789 miles (Dick registered 790 miles).

Great guessing Patricia! There were numerous

comments by run participates stating this was a

spectacular trip. Thank you to Dick, Ruthie, Chuck,

and Linda. Charlie Fosnaugh regularly plans a

Movie Night each month at the Mayas Cinema

theaters. 20 people joined Charlie and Kim on June

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