Sunday March 16th, breakfast will be at the Quentin, on
Rte. 72 @ 10AM. Come join us.
of us had a great breakfast @ Brickerville, 3/9, @ which time Cathy & George Hopstetter rejoined the club & suggested
some great day cruises to small towns in Maryland & Delaware along the water, w/great Burger & Seafood restaurants,
some w/neat gift or antique shops. They also have info on a really reasonable hotel they stay in for Corvettes on the
Boardwalk in OC, MD in October, so we'll pass on that info shortly & try to get a good group together this year.
Welcome to the Hopstetter's! We've also had several other couples join or re-join this
winter, so our membership is climbing back up to a nice level.
The March club meeting place & date will be posted in a couple of days.
Karen & Lee Amand went to Atlantic City, NJ for the Classic Car Show, 2/28-2/29
& stopped @ Kerbeck Chevrolet on Saturday. We were disappointed that they've packed away their museum of classic
cars, but what a collection of C7's they have!! Dozens & dozens of almost every possibile combination, convertibles &
coupes. The Convention Center show was also a great collection of every era of vehicle, from early roadsters to old Batman
TV cars to 2014 C7's & other Corvettes w/unbelievably low mileage & for sale at good prices.
The trip to Mechanicsville, VA, has been postponed because of a car race in Richmond
& the Zip show will be rescheduled. Keep watching the events calendar for the new dates. Mary Ellen & Pat Angley
will keep us posted.
The updates from the
National Corvette Museum are mostly positive, if you haven't been following. The first car to be pulled out of the collapse
was able to be driven across the Museum & the two which followed it were not destroyed.They said they were taking all
the damaged cars to Detroit to restore them, eventually. At least noone was hurt and the cars are going to be restored.
I checked & all donations are definitely tax deductible. I figure the birds will have to take care of themselves this
year; I'm sending a donation to Bowling Green. We hope many Corvette people will support the Museum.
A big Thank You to Mary Ellen Angley & Deb Zellers for helping to make the delayed
Holiday Party such a success. We finally held the dinner at The Franklin House Tavern on Saturday night January 18th.
The food, the company & the party favors were all great. Thanks to the girls for their hard work. They said it was fun,
but they obviously put thought & effort into the prizes & party favors. Thanks again & hope everyone enjoyed.
Thanks to all LACC members who were able to participate in the
various Fall events in which the club was involved. The Hershey Halloween Parade was a big success, as well as the Lebanon
Veterans Hospital Car Show and the picnic at Lee & Karen Amand's home. I don't know the numbers, but some of our members
also participated as a group in other shows this fall such as the Longs Park show and the Manheim Car Show.
If anyone needs any info please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-274-2567.
Looking forward to Spring!!