Happy Unofficial start to the Summer Season! We had
a great turnout at the Hershey Memorial Day Parade. We were honored to have had a member of the military driving one
of our members' Corvettes. He is their son & until I have permission I will not name him, but we Thank him for his 22/years,
so far, of service & for joining us. We had 16/Vettes including Tracie's Barbie Pink wrapped Vette from Manheim. Lee arranged
the cars by year w/the Pink Vette at the very end. We had 26/people for a great lunch at Funk's, Palmyra & we thank
evryone who brought their kids & families to join us for a fun time.
Well; it's your fault if you didn't participate in the vote for club officers. We tried to vote Deb
Zellers into every single position, but Mary Ellen Angley protected & ran interference for her. We missed you, Deb.
Now you're all stuck w/the Amands as Pres.
& Secy. for the coming year, but if someone who is computer savvy & maybe good w/graphics would like to take over
the secretary position, I'd be glad to abdicate!! Or glad to have assistance! Jim Reifsnyder is VP, but would be glad to have
someone else come forward, Leroy Sherk is our new Treasurer & Bill Pauza is Sargeant At Arms. Thanks to Gail Pauza for
doing an excellent job as past Treasurer.
Lee & Karen spent last week in NY Wine Country, on business of course, & the
hotel we had suggested for our club trip looks even more beautiful than I remembered from 4/years ago!! The date for our overnight
stay is still undetermined, because the hotel needs to call us as soon as some weddings release blocks of rooms, but we have
requested at least 10/rooms. The price is approximately $205. w/taxes. We would leave very early Sat. AM, meet the Hazleton
crew, have breakfast on the road (they have a place picked out), have lunch on the patio overlooking the lake or at a winery
& dinner at a local pub within walking distance of the hotel w/a reasonable menu & good food. The Adirondack chairs
still sit on the edge of the lake, where you can take drinks & relax after lunch or dinner & stare at the water!
Day trips, some overnights, one to the Frank Lloyd Wright house & the Jimmy
Stewart museum in western Pa. have been suggested, as well as a day trip to the Flight 93 Memorial w/Joe May who would like
to play Taps on the trumpet, as he has at Arlington National Cemetary, to honor our fallen heroes. Dates to be set.
Our August 9th Annual Corvette/Camaro Show is now scheduled.
The Calendar Page will now be updated regularly as we become aware of car shows
& special events. Let us know if anything should be added to this page.
We'd like to recommend a
day trip for the Spring or Fall. We owe a big thank you to Cathy & George Hopstetter for leading a few of us, on Sunday, November 9th, 2014
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. The Eagles were late this year, so those who went a few weeks later to see this phenomenon
probably had the best experience. We were awed by what we saw & will definitely go back in the spring or fall 2015. We
ended the day @ Froggy's Tavern. Thanks again, Hopstetters!
See the Calendar page for events.
The next page on this site is the 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.
Please see our Calendar page for events, 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
anyone needs any info please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-274-2567.