Central Valley Corvettes of Fresno -December 2019

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Central Valley Corvettes of Fresno -December 2019

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....... 4-5

Secretary’s Minutes.................. 6-7

New Officers Elected…..…………... 8

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

Membership Letter & Form.....10-11

In the Garage w/ Pres.Dick…..12-13

In the Garage w/ Charlie…….. 14-15

In the Garage w/ Skip…….………. 16

Thanks from your Editor……..…… 17

CVC Activities............................ 18

CVC Event Flyers.................. 19-24

CVC Caravan from NCM……… 25-61

Andy & Connie’s Party Pics…. 62-65

From our Sponsor, Ed Dena....... 66

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


As this is my last written message as President, I

would like to thank the many members of this club

who stepped forward in 2019 and contributed to

keeping the CVC wheels turning. THANK YOU to

Lynne, Ruthie, Mike, and Kathy for volunteering to

take on the responsibility of keeping the business

aspects of a large active club running smoothly. All of

you handled your duties and responsibilities

efficiently and professionally. Charlotte, thank you

for filling in as the club Parliamentarian and ensuring

a smooth nomination and voting process for 2020

club officers. Although not Board positions, several

other folks deserve a big thank you for their efforts

throughout 2019. Two are Freida Null and Mike

Henenfent who of course, together, ensured the end

of every meeting had a successful raffle. Freida

always managed to bring in big bucks from the sale

of raffle tickets and “Rafflemaster Mike” consistently

made the raffle at the end of each meeting a fun

event (even though he did not call my ticket numbers

anywhere near enough times!). Two more are Linda

and Chuck Laningham. Linda of course worked hard

to solicit sunshine and clouds news from members

and Chuck did a great job as Sgt. Of Arms. He often

collected badge fines in the neighborhood of $2.00,

earning him the coveted title of “Two Buck Chuck”. I

feel confident that with Mike Lebda at the helm next

…a word from our President!

year, with Lynne and Kathy returning to their Board

positions, and the addition of Jeff Engelman as Vice-

President for Activities and LeighAnne Severance as

Vice-President for Public Relations/Membership,

the club will be in very capable hands for 2020.

THANK YOU to Charlie Fosnaugh for consenting to

continue for a time as our web page administrator

and CVC Newsletter Editor. Charlie, your

contributions have been and continue to be a

tremendous asset to the club. Without you, we

most likely would not have a web site or

newsletter! THANK YOU to all of you who

contributed your time and effort to planning and

conducting runs and various other club activities.

One of my goals for 2019 was to encourage newer

members to become involved in putting on events

and we certainly had a number of people answer

the call. To everyone who had a hand in activity

planning, you folks are the unsung heroes of the

club because without your efforts, all we would do

is attend meetings and that would not make for a

very exciting club! Thank you for providing a good

number of well planned activities in 2019! THANK

YOU to Ed Dena for continuing to be our club

sponsor. Ed’s support is very much appreciated and

helps us to do a few things we otherwise would be

unable to carry out.

Central Valley Corvettes is a very special club to

belong to mainly because our club members are

very special people. Actually, our club is not a

“Corvette” Club---as in a club made up of cars. It is a

“people” club. It is a “People Who Enjoy Owning,

Driving, and The Company Of Other People Who

Enjoy Owning and Driving a Corvette Club”---- or for

short the “PWEODTCOOPWEODCC”.


(You could add CVC in there but then it starts to get

kind of long). I suppose it makes sense to just stick

with CVC!

Finally, I would like to thank everyone for allowing

me to serve both as Vice-President for Activities and

as your President------totaling three consecutive

years. It has been a privilege working with other club

officers and various members on solutions to issues

and tasks. As I stated previously, moving forward,

under the direction of the new Board, I feel the club is

in very capable hands. As the new Parliamentarian,

know that I am available to assist in any way

necessary to facilitate club business.

Best wishes to all for a joyous Christmas and a Happy

and Healthy New Year! To club members dealing

with medical issues now and in 2020, I also wish for

successful treatments and good outcomes.

Save the wave………..

Dick Danielsen, President

General

Meeting

Minutes

11-19-19

The Annual meeting was called to order by Dick

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

remembering this day - 28 years ago – when CVC

became a club. Happily, some founding members

are still active in the club. Sadly, though, a charter

couple, Andy and Connie Anderson, have decided to

leave, moving cross country to North Caroline. We

wish them the best in their new home and hope

they come back to visit with us.

Parliamentarian: Charlotte distributed 2020 Board

election forms early in the meeting to allow time to

tally up the ballots for election results. Prior to

voting, she reported the Board will remain as noted

except for VP of Activities where a vote will

determine who fills the position. She thanked Jeff

Engelman and Bob Marine for accepting their

nomination. Charlotte suggested that each

member attend a Board meeting for insight on

what a Board meeting entails. She confirmed that

members who missed 5 meetings or more would

not be eligible to vote. After the votes were

counted, Charlotte introduced elected 2020 Board

as: Mike Lebda, President; LeighAnne Severance,

VP Public Relations/Membership; Kathy Marine,

Secretary; Lynn Henenfent, Treasurer; Jeff

Engelman, VP of Activities. Congratulations!

Secretary – Kathy Marine read minutes from the

October General meeting. The October minutes

were approved. Joyce made a motion to accept

the minutes as read; LeighAnne seconded the

motion.

Treasurer’s Report - Lynn Henenfent gave the

Treasurer’s report. She also stated $215.00 was

collect in raffle ticket sales. Freida was hard to spot

as the crowd circled around her to buy their raffle

tickets. The money was flying!

VP of Public Relations/Membership – In Ruthie

Danielsen absence, Dick announced 5 birthdays

and 3 anniversaries for November. Birthdays were

loudly applauded by everyone, especially by those

who were glad they were not the ones getting

older. Anniversaries were a surprise since none of


the lucky couples were present to win a $25.00

Yosemite Falls Café gift card. Aw, shucks… but, to our

delight, Mike Henenfent made a motion to have the

gift card donated to the raffle; by vote, all were in

favor. So, the Yosemite Falls Café gift card became a

raffle prize. The club met guests that Dick

introduced, Randy and Corey Ray, who own a 2016

Silver Z51 Stingray corvette and are looking for other

corvetters to enjoy it with. Welcome! Thank you,

Steve and Lydia Garcia, for inviting them.

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. The club had

memorable runs this year. Mike asked members

that had hosted a run to stand in recognition of their

efforts. He encouraged everyone to host a run or a

get-together, big or small, long or short; and seek

assistance from members should their run require it.

Larry King announced the cancellation of the

November 23 run to Strathmore, CA, Antique Car

Museum which he is planning on rescheduling. We

look forward to it. As a follow-up to recently held

runs, each run leader reflected on the highlights for

member’s enjoyment:

Charlie Fosnaugh hosted another movie night on

November 13. Approximately 20 members met for

pizza and then watched “Midway” at Mayas

theaters. He also announced another movie night

planned on November 20 to see “Ford vs Ferrari.”

Charlie Fosnaugh to email members with

information.

Mike and Mary Lou Lebda hosted a Chaffee Zoo

run on October 28 that included approximately 16

participants. Dave and Lori Dukes were able to join

us on this beautiful morning stroll around the zoo;

viewing all the incredible animals. Lunch was at the

zoo’s Kopje House on the outdoor patio

overlooking the African savannah. After, some

finished their journey around the zoo, while others

ventured into Zoorassic Park and mingled amongst

the animatronic dinosaurs. It felt like we were in

another country until we got back into our cars.

Old Business: Dick mailed a letter to Ed Dean,

inviting him and his guest to CVC’s Holiday Party.

Ed Dena has not responded as of tonight. Linda

Laningham (a Holiday Party lead) will call Ed Dena.

Dick reminded members that their Membership

Renewal forms, dues, and Proof of Insurance were

due by tonight’s Annual meeting. On behalf of VP

Public Relations/Membership, Charlotte reviewed

rules of a new member sponsor plus qualifications

for a $50.00 sponsor gift card.

New Business: Patrick Garrahan made a motion to

give Claudia, Yosemite Falls Café waitress, a gift for

all the work she does for our meetings. An amount

of $100.00 was voted on and all were in favor. Dick

will present it to her at the December General

meeting.

Sunshine and Clouds: Like sprinkling pixie dust

over everyone, members told their news as Linda

Laningham waved her magical microphone at

them - wishing the club a Happy Thanksgiving.

Sergeant-of-Arms: It could have been Larry’s

creativity with a napkin badge that stalled Chuck,

or, someone didn’t do the math right - putting the

decimal point in the wrong place. Chuck

Laningham collected two $5.00 bills instead of two


50 cents for a total of $10.00 in badge fines. Go

get’em “two buck Chuck.”

Next General Meeting: To be held at Yosemite Falls

Café, December 17, 2019, at 6:30 PM.

Next Board Meeting: To be held at Lebda home,

December 24, 2019, at 7:00 PM. Members are

welcome to attend Board meetings. Please inform

Club President of your attendance.

General Meeting Adjourned: Joyce Kroeker made a

motion to adjourn meeting at 7:43 PM. Tom Jarvis

seconded the motion.

Respectfully submitted:

Kathy Marine, Club Secretary

All raffle prize donations are appreciated. Thank

you to the following members for their donation:

Anderson, Danielsen, Derringer, Engleman,

Fosnaugh, S&L Garica, Garrahan, Hayes, Henefent,

Jarvis, Kroeker, Laningham, Lebda, Marine, Merritt,

Null, Olson, Parks, Renna, Severance, Tavares

And a big Thank You to the Anniversary couples

that were not present to win the CVC Yosemite

Falls Café Gift Card that was donated to the raffle!

Debbie Garrison won a cash Prize!

Bob Marine also won a cash prize!

Guests of Steve & Lydia Garcia were Cori and Randy Ray.


Congratulations

to the 2020

CVC Officers!!

PRESIDENT:

MIKE LEBDA

VICE-PRESIDENT,

ACTIVITIES:

JEFF ENGELMAN

VICE-PRESIDENT,

PUBLIC RELATIONS:

LEIGHANNE

SEVERANCE

TREASURER:

LYNNE HENENFENT

SECRETARY:

KATHY MARINE


Ruthie Danielsen

DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS

Larry King, 12/04 – Charlotte Renna, 12/06 – Diane Tjerrild, 12/06 – Gary Pflepsen, 12/07

Craig Derringer, 12/10 – Charlie Fosnaugh, 12/12 – Sarah Garcia, 12/14 – Peggy Bandy,

12/16 and Chuck Laningham, 12/22.

DECEMBER ANNIVERSARIES

Craig & Darlene Derringer, 12/03/05 – 14 Years

Terry & Debby Anderson, 12/04/93 – 26 Years

Dave & Lori Dukes, 12/17/05 –14 Years

Don & Connie Olson, 12/18/66 – 53 Years

Rennie & Joyce Campos, 12/23/74 – 45 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


December 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

ORGANIZATION. THE UNDERSIGNED AGREES TO ABIDE BY THE CURRENT BY-LAWS OF CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES.

MEMBER 1 ______________________________ ________ MEMBER 2 _______________________________ ________

SIGNATURE DATE SIGNATURE DATE

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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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INTERNAL USE ONLY

AMOUNT RECEIVED $ _________________ DATE RECEIVED _______________ CHECK # ___________

_________________TREASURER/ ________________MEMBERSHIP


‘In the Garage’ w/Pres. Dick

5 Mid-engine Corvettes That Weren’t

#3 - 1973 Aerovette

During the early 1970s, GM was a big proponent of rotary engine technology and had planned

not only to launch the subcompact Vega with the engine, but also created several sports car

concepts that would showcase the new engine. With bi-fold gullwing doors, the angular showstopper

was originally called the Four-Rotor Corvette in reference to its Wankel engine. A 2-

rotor version of the show car was also developed. Later, when GM abandoned the technology

because of their poor fuel efficiency and difficulty in meeting emissions standards, it was

given a small-block Chevy V8 and rechristened the Aerovette.

by Matt DeLorenzo | July 17, 2019

Pictures courtesy of GM Heritage Center


‘In the Garage’ w/Charlie

The Final Front-Engine C7 Corvette has been built!

It’s the end of an era – Thursday, November 14, 2019 was the last day of production

for the C7 Corvette. The final car, a Z06, rolled off the end of the assembly line at

approximately 3:10pm. The car was purchased at Barrett Jackson for $2.7 million by

Dan Snyder. But the 2nd to last car? That Corvette will call the National Corvette

Museum home. The car is the last Stingray to be built and was purchased by Museum

Lifetime Member and supporter Ivan Schrodt. Ivan will take delivery of the Corvette

next Wednesday, November 20 at 2pm CT, and will then hand the keys over to the

Museum in a ceremony on Corvette Boulevard. Back in June, before the world went

all topsy turvy, GM auctioned off the final C7 Chevrolet Corvette for a healthy $2.7

million at a Barrett-Jackson sale. It was a fitting send-off for arguably the best

generation in a half-century—except the car itself hadn't actually been built yet. Until

today. Ladies and gentlemen, the last front-engine Corvette has left the building.

Chevrolet tweeted a picture of the final C7 to be produced as it came off the line

Thursday afternoon, a black 2019 Corvette Z06 with a red interior and a seven-speed

manual transmission. A strangely low-key way to announce it, to be honest. With the

C8 engine moving to the middle, electrification inevitable, and the stick shift option

disappearing, this is truly the end of an era. Safe to say nothing like this suddenly oldschool

beast will ever be built by GM again.


While the hype about the performance boost provided by the C8's new mid-engine

powertrain is legitimate, it's important to remember what a machine the Corvette Z06

is. Starting at under $90,000, it packs a supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 pushing 650

horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque connected to that solid manual gearbox. Zero to

60 mph is 3.2 seconds, top speed is 195 mph. When you could still order it—which,

now you can't —the available Z07 performance package added exotic fare like carbon

ceramic brakes and Michelin Pilot Sport Cup tires. Ok boomer, you’ve definitely got us

there. It's true that the 755-horsepower Chevy Corvette ZR1 stands as the real swan

song for the C7 (and really, all front-engine Corvettes before it), an archangel with

devastating grip and a supercar-beating 212-mph top speed. But as it's been in past

generations, the Z06 was the most attainable way to get a stupid fast 'Vette. Tempting

as it is to question that $2.7 million sticker price, remember two things: One, it was for

charity. And two, that car will be worth a lot of money one day. Maybe not $2.7 million,

but hey, crazier things have happened. The 2020 C8 Corvette is launching without the

Z06 trim at first when production finally gets underway early next year, but it'll join the

party soon enough. When it does, there are rumors it will come with a howling flatplane

crank V-8 to match the C8.R race car. The Z06 is dead, long live the Z06!

Check out the final production stats for the 2019 model year:

2019 CHEVROLET CORVETTE

STINGRAY

Coupe

STINGRAY

Convertible

Grand Sport

Coupe

Grand Sport

Convertible

Z06

Coupe

Z06

Convertible

ZR1

Coupe

ZR1

Convertible

Totals

VOLUME 33.0% 6.3% 27.3% 5.0% 17.1% 2.8% 7.0% 1.5% 100

TOTAL MODEL 11499 2192 9496 1745 5965 972 2441 512 34822

PACKAGES:

1LT PKG 7740 632 2307 147 10826

2LT PKG 2871 905 5658 1170 10604

3LT PKG 888 655 1531 428 3502

1LZ PKG (Z06) 1532 64 1596

2LZ PKG (Z06) 2675 434 3109

3LZ PKG (Z06) 1758 474 2232

1ZR PKG (ZR1) 175 17 192

3ZR PKG (ZR1) 2266 495 2761

STINGRAY PERFORMANCE PKG (Z51) 1728 324 2052

PERFORMANCE PKG (Z07) 291 74 825 160 1350

Ceramic Brakes without Z07 (J57) 112 12 64 22 2441 512 3163

GRAND SPORT HERITAGE PKG (Z15) 1827 351 2178

TRACK PKG (ZTK) 1812 265 2077

ORANGE SALES PKG (ZLZ) 577 181 758

DRIVERS SERIES PKG

ANTONIO GARCIA (PDA) 14 14

JAN MAGNUSSEN (PDJ) 25 25

OLIVER GAVIN (PDO) 35 35

TOMMY MILNER (PDT) 21 21


‘In the Garage’ w/Skip

The All-New Corvette:

2020 MotorTrend Car of the Year ®

A breathtakingly beautiful and purposeful design. Precision-crafted. Revolutionary technologies. And

performance that leaves conventional limits far behind. Now the all-new mid-engine Corvette is the 2020

MotorTrend Car of the Year. ® Experience the most stunning Corvette ever created.


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, Pictures And Flyers For Our

Newsletters, Another THANK YOU!!!

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

from your Editor!

Charlie ‘Brown’ Fosnaugh


CVC

Activities

Schedule

This has been a great year for new people putting on runs and new places visited. It is time

for me to turn this job over to Jeff who will do a great job leading us into next year. 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 Jeff to make sure there are no conflicts with other events.

Mike Lebda, VP Activities, Central Valley Corvettes

Date(s): Upcoming Events: Meet at: Run Leaders:

Dec 5 CVC Christmas Party 5:30 pm Null & Laningham

Dec 8 CVC Christmas Hayride 5:00 pm Renna

Dec 14 Ed Dena’s Holiday Display 9:45 am Lebda’s

Dec 31 New Year’s Eve Luncheon Noon Severance’s

Dec 31 Movie/Star Wars-Rise of Skywalker 2:20 pm Fosnaugh’s

Feb 2, 2020 Super Bowl Party (49ers vs.?) 2:00 pm Lebda’s

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 CHRISTMAS PARTY

THURSDAY DECEMBER 5 TH AT PARDINI’S

5:30PM – 9:30PM

SOCIAL HOUR (NO HOST BAR) 5:30PM – 6:30PM

DINNER 6:30PM

DINNER CHOICES ARE EITHER CHICKEN MARSALA, PAN ROASTED

BEEF W/MUSHROOM SAUCE OR VEGETARIAN (CHEF CHOICE)

$30 PER COUPLE

$15 PER SINGLE

PAYMENT IS DUE AT THE NOVEMBER MEETING

PLEASE MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO “CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES”

NO EXCEPTIONS OR REFUNDS

DRESS IS BUSINESS CASUAL

FOR QUESTIONS CONTACT FREIDA 559-269-2283

OR LINDA 559-3047662

DANCING TO DJ (MARCOS) UNTIL 9:30PM


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!


ED DENA’S HOLIDAY DISPLAY RUN

DECEMBER 14, 2019 AT 10AM

We will leave Carl Jr. (Jensen & 99) at 10am and

head to Ed Dena’s new car showroom in Dinuba

to see his holiday display. From there we will

travel to his Classic Car showroom to see classic

cars and holiday decorations. Our next stop will

be lunch in the area.

You can sign up at the Christmas Party or contact

Mike Lebda by email (mjlebda@comcast.net) or

phone (559 905 9971)


NEW YEARS EVE LUNCH

Meet at Westwood’s BBQ, Blackstone and Nees at noon on New

Year’s Eve for our annual lunch. Great time to say good bye to 2019

and welcome in 2020. For those of you that were in the club do you

remember the party at Pat and Patrick’s on New Year’s Eve

1999/2000. That was the night the world was going to end with

satellites falling from the sky, computers crashing, power failing

everywhere, no gas or food available, etc. Came along ways since

then. Now it is 20 years into the new Century. Sign up sheet at the

November meeting.

Skip & LeighAnne


See A after Lunch

to see:

STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER

"The surviving Resistance faces the

First Order once more in the final

chapter of the Skywalker Saga. "

Tuesday,Dec 31st

Regal Edwards Fresno, 250 Paseo Del Centro,Fresno

Across Nees, after lunch at Westwoods @ Noon

Get movie tickets before lunch in the top rows.

Kim & I have seats in Row O, #'s 10 & 11

You can buy tickets now at: regmovies.com

starts at 2:20 pm in Theater #10

Charlie281-2876


Lebda’s Super Bowl Party

(Dominos for the Ladies)

February 2, 2020

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

@ 559-298-7993

PS. Don’t forget to bring Money.


CVC CARAVAN - Part 3 -The Finish


AHHHHH !


Finally got home to see the grandkids!

Had a great trip! Photos by everyone!

Thanks to Craig who helped Kim & I plan this!

And to Don Hertzer who gave me inspiration!


Here’s an overall map of our 23 day Caravan!


Andy & Connie’s Party at

Charlotte’s, 11/22/19

Photos By

Charlotte Renna

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