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Happy beginning to the Holidays to Everyone!

Please join us Saturday, December 6th @ 5:30PM for our annual Holiday Party @ The Franklin House Tavern in Schaefferstown. The Franklin House will be posting their winter menu shortly, we'll choose 5-6 main courses & we'll offer them to our members & anyone who lets us know they'd like to join us this year. The food is delicious, the atmosphere is warm & very comfortable & we had a very good time last year. We look forward to sharing this kick-off to the Christmas season with friends and our Corvette family.


We'd like to recommend a day trip to any of you who have any interest in nature or the outdoors. We owe a big thank you to Cathy & George Hopstetter for leading a few of us, on Sunday, November 9th, to the Conowingo Dam Welcome Center, where there was a beautiful collection of American Bald Eagle photos & historical information & then into the park where we parked & viewed the Eagles diving for fish, soaring right over our heads & sitting on towers & trees planning their next moves. The Eagles are late this year, so you have a few weeks to get there to see this phenomenon; there were not as many birds there as usual, for early November. The park people said by the end of the month there will be many more & it is guaranteed to be a fantastic sight, according to Cathy. We were awed by what we saw & will definitely go back in the spring or next fall. We ended the day @ Froggy's Tavern, the same spot as after the Conestoga Car Show. Food's still good! Thanks again, Hopstetters! 

Join Jim R. &/or Pat A. for Breakfast on Sundays. Stay tuned for next Sundays' location. 

The Halloween Parade in Hershey on the evening of Tuesday October 21st was as much fun as expected. We were staged right across from the Hershey Theatre & it looked like we were leading the parade into town at first! They placed some elected officials & the Hershey Trolley ahead of us & then we were up. We had John Barone's '65 big block w/the side pipes lead us in, so we literally roared into town. Despite the forecast for rain, which never happened, it looked like the largest crowd we've ever seen; thousands of people lined the streets & the kids (& big kids, of course) loved the  cars. It's amazing how many little kids know the word "Corvette"! We hope more cars will join us next year. Oh yes; We finished the evening @ Funk's, Palmyra w/great food, great beer & Julie B. vouches for their GREAT pumpkin pie.  


The First Annual Conestoga, PA Car Show on Saturday, Sept. 27th was a great sucess! They expected about 100/cars & ended up w/about 235! Thanks to Cathy H. for leading the LACC group into the town of Conestoga. There were a few other Vettes, but no other Corvette club & they made sure to park us together. It was a spectacular Fall day, the Conestoga Wagon Museum had their annual festival on that day & there was also a very nice craft fair set up in a little field in the center of town. There was good music, lots of big, old shade trees (most of the town is in shade, because it is so old) & you could not have asked for a nicer show or a nicer day. We finished our day with an early dinner @ Froggy's Tavern & then, farm-made ice cream @ a farm on the way out of town!! Does not get much better than beer & ice cream!!! We'll hope to go w/more cars next year.


Thank You to Everyone who participated in the LACC/Klick-Lewis Corvette/Camaro Show on Sunday August 17th. In spite of a rainy start, the day turned beautiful & sunny & loyal friends turned out for the show! There were gorgeous Camaros from almost every generation represented & several brand new 2014 Vettes showed up as well as Vettes from the early 1960's & every other generation. It was a nice showing, the music was good, the food by Boothy's BBQ & Ice Cream from Scoop's were absolutely great!  Thank you again to everyone who worked so hard to make it a success.

See the Calendar page for events.


The next page on this site is the 2014-15 Membership form. All you need to do is click on the download command & then print out & fill out to become a member of our "merry band".We have a fun group of people who just enjoy their Corvettes & the company of other Corvette owners.


Thank You Lebanon Community Band & Joe May!

Saturday 6/28, a group of of our members met for dinner @ The Hideaway @ Mt. Gretna, then walked over to The Tabernacle where we were treated to a mighty fine concert. It was a good mix of patriotic music, Sinatra favorites, a little classical & just some good band music performed by some talented musicians including our own charter member Joe May on Trumpet!! Someone, we won't disclose who, embarassed Joe w/a couple of Neon posters. One proclaimed "Joe May's Groupie's", the other "Joe May's Fan Club - Rock On Joe!" The Conductor actually held one up so that the rest of the audience could see it, Joe took a deep bow & then the band dedicated an encore of band music to the Lebanon Area Corvette Club! Some of us ended the evening w/ice cream @ The Jigger Shop, which was also a memorable part of the evening. Thanks to all who participated.


Please see our Events page, but better yet, get on our mailing list to be contacted by e-mail or phone when we are going on an impromptu cruise (a cruise at the last minute on a beautiful day, when we all just get on the phone & say "Let's go!")

Contact Karen @ 717-274-2567 or kmcorvette1@comcast.net


If anyone needs any info please contact lamand@comcast.net or 717-274-2567.


The Lebanon Area Corvette Club Inc. is a non-profit/non-sanctioned club sponsored by Klick Lewis Chevrolet in Palmyra, PA.
Our members restore, drive and show their vehicles so they might have the opportunity to share their love for Corvettes with others.
The club consists of members from Lebanon County and many surrounding communities. The club has strong community involvement participating in parades, cruises and shows all in an effort to support the community and fund raisers.
Each year the club selects a recipient for show proceeds.  In 2012 all proceeds went to the Lebanon VA Medical Center.  On October 14, 2012 the club presented a check to the Lebanon VA Medical Center in the amount of $1,200.00. In more recent years show proceeds have gone to Renova, Keystone Wounded Warriors, Lebanon VA Medical Center and Domestic Violence Intervention.