Lebanon Area Corvette Club Inc.

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Join us Saturday, November 21st @ 9:15AM to participate in the Lebanon Holiday Parade. We'll meet @ the offices of the Merchandiser @ 2nd & Cumberland. The parade kicks off @ 10AM but we'll want to go as a group; call Dave Gaskin for all info @ 270-5657 or cell 717-813-1443. Raindate is 11/28.

Pat Angley is the contact person for the following weekend, the Myerstown parade, which takes place on Saturday 11/28. Meet @ 2:00 PM @ the VFW; come into town pass Jackson Elementary, turn right & Pat says it's right there. Call him @ 717-644-1957 before noon or leave messages @ 717-866-7429. 

As always, Saturday, September 26th was a fun day & a huge turnout in beautiful southern  Lancaster County in the town of Conestoga, for a car show to benefit first responders. The Hopstetters led us from Pine View Dairy, where we ended the day eating their own home-made ice cream. It's always a fun show; they close Main St., you can leave any time you want, they open the Conestoga Wagon Museum & had a Colonial sort of fair & other craft shows. Registration included lunch. We should all go next year, just for the ice cream!!!Foot in mouth 


 Thanks to the Schuylkill Valley Corvette Club for hosting a great Corvette show Sunday, 9/20, at which a couple of our members won baskets & a trophy. Their site, Bubeck Park, is picturesque & perfect for a fall afternoon. The same day, at the Klick Lewis show, other members won multiple baskets & prizes. It was gorgeous day for car shows.

Another Fantastic Corvette/Camaro Show @ Klick Lewis in Palmyra on Sunday, August 9th!! Our final count was 119/cars w/quite a few beautiful Camaros joining us for the day; we had 34/Camaros. This years' show benefits two great organizations, Susquehanna Service Dogs & Keystone Wounded Warriors. We have so many people to thank: our host, first of all, Rick Risser of Klick Lewis, our Judge, Russ Gibble, DJ Mose Garrison & last but not least, Billy of Klick Lewis, who moves all the KL cars to make room for our show & sees to our every need & then has to move all of those cars back!!! Thanks to everyone who donated Raffle Prizes, Gift Certificates, time & effort to make this our biggest show ever. Let's do it again next year!!!


 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.


Contact Karen, Secretary @  717-274-2567 or kmcorvette1@comcast.net or Lee, President @ lamand@comcast.net.




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  recipients for show profits.  In 2015 we were proud to send the show profits to Keystone Wounded Warriors and Susquehanna Service Dogs, two very worthy organizations.