Central Valley Corvettes of Fresno - October 2019

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Central Valley Corvettes of Fresno - October 2019

We all know it’s not a good ‘CVC RUN’ unless we stop for

some kind of Ice Cream! Ted’s has been in operation in

the St. Louis shop serving Frozen Cutard since 1930!


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

Corvette lover.

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

OUR MEMBERS.

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

ballot.

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

Bylaws.

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.


PRESIDENT

Dick Danielsen

298-5229

redanielsenr@aol.com

VP-ACTIVITIES

Mike Lebda

905-9971

mjlebda@comcast.net

VP-PUBLIC RELATIONS/ MEMBERSHIP

Ruthie Danielsen

284-6260

ama2two@aol.com

SECRETARY

Kathy Marine

408-712-8902

teed4u@yahoo.com

TREASURER

Lynne Henenfent

978-4898

mhenenfent@aol.com

PARLIAMENTARIAN

Charlotte Renna

977-4982

chrenna@aol.com

Mission Statement / Officers..... 2-3

A Word from our President......... 4

Secretary’s Minutes...................5-7

New Members……………………..….. 8

Birthdays & Anniversaries............ 9

Membership Letter & Form.... 10-11

In the Garage w/ Pres.Dick…. 12-15

CVC Activities............................ 16

CVC Event Flyers.................. 17-20

Mystery Lunch Pics……………….… 21

CVC Caravan to NCM…….…… 22-62

Happy Hearts Car Show……… 63-65

Madera Raceway……………….…… 66

Snelling Car Show……………… 67-69

From our Sponsor, Ed Dena....... 70

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS

Chuck Laningham

304-7662

laningham@hotmail.com

SUNSHINE & CLOUDS - NEWS

Linda Laningham

304-7662

laningham@hotmail.com

Charlie Brown

WEBSITE & NEWSLETTER EDITOR

Charlie Fosnaugh

299-0547

fosnaugh@comcast.net


…a word from our President!

It is October already! I don’t know how to slow down

the passage of time, but it seems unfair that the older

we get, the faster it seems to accelerate.

Our travelers with the National Corvette Caravan to

the Corvette Museum report they had a great time

while at the museum and at many other venues

both going and coming back home. Charlie, it sounds

like all the hard work and effort you put in to trip

planning enabled a wonderful time filled with fun for

all! We had a good turnout for our participation in Ed

Dena’s Happy Hearts Car Show on September 7 th .

We had 17 cars from the club and we were able to

present Ed with a donation of $2,000 to Valley

Children’s Hospital. Our club was awarded the “Club

Spirit Award” in appreciation for our support of the

event and of Valley Children’s Hospital. Thank you

Mike (Lebda) for coordinating this club run.

We are sorry we had to miss Larry King’s run to the

Madera Speedway. From all reports everyone had a

fun time driving around the race track on two

separate occasions!

One more September run will not occur until the 29 th

and that is the Snelling Car Show. Those of us who

have registered are looking forward to our run

leader, Charlotte Renna, leading us to Snelling so that

we can participate in the Yosemite Corvette Club

sponsored event.

Last but certainly not least, I would like to take this

opportunity to thank the members of Central Valley

Corvettes for making our club such a rewarding

success. Although we are bonded together by the

pride we have in our Corvettes, we are also bonded

by friendship, comradery, and, when possible, the

good feeling of knowing we contribute in a positive

manner to our community.

We come from all parts of the central valley and

bring with us a diversity of backgrounds and

personalities that are as wide as the collection of

cars that make up our club. Perhaps it is the

opportunity to experience that diversity that also

makes our club experience so rewarding.

The effort put forth by members to organize and

carryout our various activities is greatly appreciated

and it is with much gratitude that I thank everyone

in our club that makes a special effort to contribute

to the success of Central Valley Corvettes.

For those visiting our website who are considering

joining our club, I would like to extend 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!

Members, if you have any questions or concerns

regarding the club, do not hesitate to contact me.

Dick Danielsen, President


Central

Valley

Corvettes

General Meeting Minutes 9-17-19

The General meeting was called to order by Dick

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

stating that tonight is new membership voting and

2020 Board nominations. Ballots for both new

membership and Board nominations were

distributed for each member on every table.

Secretary – Kathy Marine read minutes from the

August General meeting. The August minutes were

approved. Joyce made a motion to accept the

minutes as read; Chuck seconded the motion.

Treasurer’s Report - Lynn Henenfent gave the

Treasurer’s report. She also stated $210.00 was

collected in raffle ticket sales. Freida is very busy at

selling those tickets; members don’t seem to mind

her gentle arm-twisting just prior to them buying

tickets.

VP of Public Relations/Membership – Ruthie

Danielsen announced 5 birthdays and 4

anniversaries for September. Members did not

disappoint as happy birthday was sung so jubilantly.

Keith was especially overjoyed, grinning from ear-toear

and throwing his arms up in celebration, since it

was his birthday this day. It was an exciting

anniversary moment for two couples who had a

chance to win a $25.00 Yosemite Falls Café gift card.

Dick’s and Ruthie’s 48 years of marriage and Larry

and Janet’s 52 years of marriage. By luck of a draw,

the gift card went to Dick and Ruthie.

Congratulations and best wishes to all that had any

reason to celebrate this month!

Ruthie announced that new membership voting

ballots were counted and two couples, Jeannie and

Mike King, and Jennie and Mike Schwan and

Jeannie, will be presented with their club badge

and signing in as official members at the October

General meeting. Welcome and congratulations!

Ruthie reminded members that Membership

Renewal Form, required Proof of Insurance, and

dues check must be all received by due date.

Ruthie informed members of a Food/Dinner Train

she is scheduling in support of Dave and Lori Dukes

which is also being coordinated with the Fresno

Police Department. Please note: no fish or

mayonnaise when providing meals. Everyone is

welcome to participate, please call her; she

thanked everyone who already has.

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.

See Run/Activity Schedule published in the

newsletter for planned runs or contact run leaders

with any questions regarding their run.

Mike, with a sympathetic sigh of relief for Charlie,

and stating, “for the last time, for 1-1/2 years, every

month, …” turned the microphone over to Charlie

to speak about the run to Bowling Green,

Kentucky, now that it has come to a very successful

completion. Charlie held a very long list and named

each sight that was visited, he recognized each

participant and expressed his gratitude; they were

all applauded, he held up a very thick binder full of

information that he used to guide their way across


country and back. Participants are now home with

lots of wonderful memories after driving 5,628 miles

(Garrahan’s drove 6,629 miles).

Dick reported on the Ed Dena’s Happy Heart Car

Show, Fundraiser for Valley Children’s Hospital, held

September 7 th , in Dinuba. It was a good turnout,

participants relaxed under canopies that were setup

on the grass, or strolled amongst the cars that were

exhibited, enjoying the morning. The Bandy’s

received a trophy for the best Corvette. Ed Dena

presented Dick with a plaque for a Club Spirit Award.

Dick presented Ed Dena with the club’s donation

check. Ed was very happy.

Larry King spoke about the Madera Speedway run,

he and Janet hosted on September 14. Nine cars

participated and were displayed near the

grandstand entry during race qualifying rounds.

Janet and Larry then lead the group onto the

racetrack, driving several laps around the track prior

to actual races beginning. Some participants stayed

for races; others went to dinner. It was a lot of fun.

Parliamentarian: Dick asked Charlotte Renna for her

input or comments. Charlotte place 2020 Board

nomination ballots on each table. Bob Peluso help

her in making the ballots, Dick and Ruthie printed

them out. First round of nominations was accepted

at September’s General meeting with an additional

round of nominations being accepted at the October

General meeting. Charlotte will contact nominees

for their acceptance or decline of nominated

position. Charlotte reviewed bylaws for voting

eligibility. 2020 Board voting will take place at

November General meeting.

Old Business: Dick informed members that

Membership Renewal forms were mailed out and

queried the room for anyone that may not have

received the mailer. He also stated that the forms

could be printed from the website.

Dick thanked participants of Ed Dena’s Happy Heart

Car Show stating Ed Dena appreciated our support

and donation. The club received a plaque in

appreciation.

Dick queried the room for any additional old

business. None was offered.

New Business: Dick queried the room for new

business.

Diane Tjerrild provided a flyer and invited the club

to attend a free Fly-In and Car Show.

Charlie read a message from Craig Hansen who

wanted to inform the club that he will be planning

two future Corvette runs; one called “Different Slice

of Las Vegas” in 2020, and, a Pacific Northwest Tour

in 2021. Craig also stated he misses us and had a

good time on the Bowling Green run.

Charlotte let members know that Stephanie

Engleman contacted her. Stephanie will be bringing

special deserts for the October General meeting.

Lori and Dave Duke stopped by at Yosemite Falls

Café prior to the start of the General meeting to say

“hi” to everyone.

Sunshine and Clouds: With microphone in hand,

Linda Laningham found numerous members

wanting to make a public announcement. Lots of

information was shared whether it was true or not.

Sergeant-of-Arms: Chuck Laningham with his

sharp eyes, oops… Chuck overlooked a shirt…but

the badge less shirt fessed up and paid double the

fine for trickery. Alas, he lived up to his alias - twobuck

Chuck, collecting $2.50 in badge fines.

Next General Meeting: To be held at Yosemite

Falls Café, October 17, 2019, at 6:30 PM.


Next Board Meeting: To be held at Lebda home,

October 22, 2019, at 7:00 PM. Members are

welcome to attend Board meetings. Please inform

Club President of your attendance.

General Meeting Adjourned: Tom made a motion

to adjourn meeting at 7:35 PM. LeighAnne seconded

the motion.

Respectfully submitted:

Kathy Marine, Club Secretary

All raffle prize donations are appreciated. Thank

you to the following members for their donation:

Comer, Danielsen, Derringer, Fosnaugh, J&S Garcia,

S&L Garcia, Garrahan, Garrison, Hayes, Henenfent,

Jarvis, Kroeker, Laningham, Lebda, Marine, Piercy,

Renna, Severance, Tavares, Tjerrild

A special thanks to Mike Henenfent who continues

to put fun into every raffle! Shake’em Up!

Keith & Debbie and Darlene & Craig were winners of cash!

Mike Henenfent & his helpers at the Raffle!

Pres. Danielsen displays the ‘Club Spirit Award’

from Ed Dena’s Happy Hearts Car Show for

Valley Children’s Hospital!

Dick & Ruthie won the drawing for

the Anniversary Gift Card!


Hey Central Valley Corvette Members!

We are thrilled to have 4 new members in our club! Mike and Jeannie King (Larry's brother

and lovely wife) were voted in at the September club meeting as were Mike and Jennie

Schwan. Okay, I know....it's getting a little dicey with all the Mikes in the club. I will

identity them thusly: Mike L. (Lebda), Mike H. (Henenfent), Mike K. (King) and Mike S.

(Schwan). Then....I will have to remember that Jeannie is married to a King (lucky girl)

and Jennie has a swan as her mate. There, I think I have it covered! Sure hope this

works. Name badges will be ready by next meeting! Anyway, make sure to go up and

introduce yourself to our new members. Welcome, Mike K. and Jeannie and Mike S. and

Jennie to Central Valley Corvettes! Ruthie, VP Membership/Public Relations

Mike and Jennie Schwan Sponsored by Tom & Emily Piercy

Mike & Jeannie King sponsored by Steve & Lydia Garcia


Ruthie Danielsen

OCTOBER BIRTHDAYS

Kim Fosnaugh, 10/16 – Sharon Hall, 10/18 – Herb Null, 10/26 and MaryLou Lebda, 10/30

OCTOBER ANNIVERSARIES

Skip & LeighAnne Severance, 10/3/70 – 49 Yrs.

Mike & Lynne Henenfent, 10/5/68 – 51 Years

Patrick & Patricia Garrahan, 10/8/67 – 52 Years

Tom & Marci Jarvis, 10/8/89 – 30 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 RECOMMEND OUR WEB SITE REGULARLY AT:

www.CentralValleyCorvettes.com


October 1, 2019

CVC Members:

This notice and a renewal form appeared in the August Newsletter

and is again included in this newsletter as a reminder regarding

membership renewal. Additionally, an invoice and renewal form was

mailed to the membership in September.

Dues and proof of insurance are due by the November annual

meeting. If not received by that time, they are considered delinquent.

However, if dues are received by the December general meeting, club

membership will not be terminated. As stated in the By-Laws, anyone

not renewing by the December meeting will no longer be a member of

the club.

To renew, please complete the membership/renewal form, include

proof of insurance, and a check for $67.00 (please remember to spell

out “Central Valley Corvettes” in full on your check). Renewals can be

handed in to our Treasurer Lynne Henenfent at a meeting or mailed

to:

Central Valley Corvettes

P.O. Box 26591

Fresno, CA 93729-6591

Thank you for renewing your membership in a timely manner.

CVC Board


NEW ________ RENEWAL ________ (Check one)

NO CHANGE_______

CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES

MEMBERSHIP/RENEWAL APPLICATION

(Check if all information is the same since your last renewal, complete lines highlighted in yellow and return along with dues and a copy

of current proof of insurance)

MEMBER 1 __________________________________________________________DATE OF BIRTH _____________

LAST FIRST BADGE NAME (If different) PLEASE PRINT

MEMBER 2 __________________________________________________________DATE OF BIRTH _____________

LAST FIRST BADGE NAME (If different) PLEASE PRINT

ADDRESS _________________________________ CITY ___________________ STATE ________ ZIP __________

DATE OF WEDDING ANNIVERSARY _______________

MM/DD/YY

PHONE 1 _______________ _______________ ______________ _______________ ___________________________

HOME WORK CELL FAX E-MAIL

PHONE 2 _______________ _______________ ______________ _______________ ___________________________

HOME WORK CELL FAX E-MAIL

MEMBER 1 _______________________________ _____________________________ ______________________

EMPLOYER OCCUPATION DRIVERS LICENSE NUMBER

MEMBER 2 _______________________________ _____________________________ ______________________

EMPLOYER OCCUPATION DRIVERS LICENSE NUMBER

CORVETTES

YEAR _________ MODEL __________________ COLOR ________________ LICENSE _____________

YEAR _________ MODEL __________________ COLOR ________________ LICENSE _____________

YEAR _________ MODEL __________________ COLOR ________________ LICENSE _____________

THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRES TO ENTER AND PARTICIPATE IN CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES. IN CONSIDERATION OF THE

ACCEPTANCE OF THIS MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION THE UNDERSIGNED DOES HEREBY RELEASE CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES,

IT'S DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER PERSONS AND ENTITIES INVOLVED WITH THE ORGANIZATION FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY

FOR INJURIES OR DAMAGES WHATSOEVER TO PERSON OR PROPERTY THAT MIGHT OCCUR WHILE PARTICIPATION IN THIS

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MEMBER 1 ______________________________ ________ MEMBER 2 _______________________________ ________

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Remember to turn in the following:

1. Membership Form

2. Dues - (Check made to “Central Valley Corvettes”)

3. Copy of Current Proof of Insurance

The above is required for membership and must be received by the December General Meeting. Please give to membership

person or mail to:

CVC

P.O. Box 26591

Fresno, CA. 93729-6591

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AMOUNT RECEIVED $ _________________ DATE RECEIVED _______________ CHECK # ___________

_________________TREASURER/ ________________MEMBERSHIP


‘In the Garage’ w/Pres. Dick

The first mid-engine Corvette wasn’t called

a Corvette—it was the GM Astro II

Corvette has a tumultuous history of ambitious designs and concepts leaking out, only

to have the wild design tamped down to a reality not far removed from a previous

generation of the legendary sports car. As the Corvette was in its big-block heyday, GM

Design was creating the first tease for what would eventually become the 2020

Corvette.

The Astro II is labeled by the GM Heritage Center as a 1968 model, which is right at

the tail end of a decade where Corvette legend Zora Arkus-Duntov was set in a path

that Corvette would need to become a mid-engine design in order to compete with the

emerging high-performance European cars. As lead Corvette engineer in the early

1960s, Duntov led a team to the creation of the Chevrolet Engineering Research

Vehicle (CERV), which happened to have a mid-engine layout with two seats.


The CERV program created two prototype racers, which attempted to lay the

groundwork for Duntov’s 1964 push for a 1967 production mid-engine car. He didn’t

get his mid-engine in 1967, but his consolation prize was to take the XP-880 to the

New York Auto Show. Later dubbed the Astro II, XP-880 ignited a firestorm of rumors

and buzz around the Corvette nameplate and a significant change in its design. This

firestorm became a smoldering pile of rumors that flared up occasionally, and never

seemed to go out completely.

Astro II packs a 427-cube, 400-horsepower big-block just behind the driver’s right

shoulder, which seems oddly appropriate. To fit the massive mill in the petite

wheelbase, the engine was mounted up to a transaxle rather than a standard

transmission and rear axle arrangement. The power flowed through a 1963 Pontiac

Tempest two-speed rear end—one notorious for its glass-like strength. This transaxle

also necessitated the engine to be reverse-rotation, something not uncommon in the

marine industry.

With a redesigned rear axle, the Astro II was put through testing with Duntov behind

the wheel. The cast aluminum wheels and four-wheel disc brakes kept the car on the

road, and under his careful control, the car achieved a full 1.00 g of lateral grip on a

skidpad. For reference, the C7 Grand Sport is capable of 1.18 g. All to say the Astro II

held the ground just fine.


So what stalled this radical mid-engine shift for five decades? Chevrolet was having no

trouble selling every Corvette right off the assembly line in the late ’60s, so it made no

sense to mess with success. The concept worked in drumming up press and

conversation about the Corvette nameplate, and that was ultimately good enough. Just

a few years later, in 1974, you can see the Astro II’s tail design influence on production

(front-engine, obviously) Corvette models.

In person, the Astro II is petite. The only thing that doesn’t look small about this car is

the engine shoved under the massive rear clamshell. In some strange way, it looks like

a Corvette, so much so that even from a distance, when the badging is not visible, the

lineage of the car is obvious. Just under 44 inches from floor to roofline, it begs the

question how the GT40 program took out four more inches.


The Astro II currently resides in the GM Heritage Collection, often tucked away from

the public eye. However, during the month of September, this and two other radical

concepts of GM Design are on display at Hagerty headquarters in Traverse City,

Michigan. The vehicles on display rotate on a monthly basis, so be sure to drop by and

check out what is new each time you are nearby.

By Kyle Smith // September 24, 2019

Pictures courtesy of GM Heritage Center


CVC

Activities

Schedule

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: Meet at: Run Leaders:

Oct 11 Lunch at Shaver Lake 10:15 am Lebda’s

Oct 18 Sanger H/S Queen Escort 5:00 pm Garrison’s

Oct 28 Fresno Zoo & Zoorassic Park 9:30 am Lebda’s

Dec 5 CVC Christmas Party TBD Null & Laningham

Dec 8 CVC Christmas Hayride 5:00 pm Renna

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


Lunch at Shaver October 11th

We will meet at McDonalds at Alluvial and Temperance at

10:15 and depart at 10:30 heading up the back way to the 559

Pub Shaver Lake at the Point.

We need to let them know how many by the 7 th so please contact Mary

Lou Lebda at 559-392-4601 if you haven’t signed up and want to

attend.


Club Run To

AND

Zoorassic Park

October 28

We will meet at the Front entrance of the Zoo at 9:30.

This will be more or less a self-guided event gathering for

lunch at 12:00 in the KOPJE lodge next to Safari land.

You can see there is an extra offering (Zooassic Park) for

an additional fee that can be paid for at the entrance or at

Zooassic Park entrance. There will be a sign-up sheet at

the meeting.

For additional information call Mary Lou at 559-392-

4601

Entrance to the Zoo: $7.95 for seniors

Entrance to the Park: $3 per car for seniors

Zooassic Park: $4 for seniors


CVC CHRISTMAS HAYRIDE!

WHERE: CHARLOTTE RENNA’S HOUSE

491 W. ATHENS, CLOVIS

WHEN: SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8 TH

5:00pm

COST: $10.00/PERSON

ENJOY DINNER, DESERTS, DRINKS, SITTING AROUND THE FIRE PIT,

AND A NEIGHBORHOOD FILLED WITH BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY LIGHTS!


MYSTERY LUNCH

RUN 8-10-19 to

CRAWDADDY’S

In VISALIA


CVC CARAVAN to NCM - PART 1


HAPPY HEARTS CAR SHOW 9-7-19

For CHILDRENS HOSPITAL @ Ed Dena’s

We had a good turnout for our participation in Ed Dena’s Happy Hearts Car Show

on September 7 th . We had 17 cars from the club and we were able to present Ed

with a donation of $2,000 to Valley Children’s Hospital. Our club was awarded

the “Club Spirit Award” in appreciation for our support of the event and of Valley

Children’s Hospital. Thank you Mike (Lebda) for coordinating this club run.

Pres. Dick Danielsen


Bob Marine with his ’82 Corvette.

He has more miles than Ed!

Photos by Kathy Marine.

Ed Dena and his

'82 Corvette,

he recently

purchased.

He opened his

business in '82

and always

wanted an '82.

It had only

12,000 miles!


MADERA RACEWAY 9-14-19


It was a good event. Last

year they had 108

entrees, topped it with

150 this year. We had 10

cars from CVC. Nice

relaxing day by the river.

Lupe was so happy to

see us! My navigator,

Bob, got us there with no

wrong turns (lol)! Thanks

to all! Charlotte Renna

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