May is here and so is spring – I think. Just a few days ago we had three inches of snow! Despite the snow, I’ve still been able to participate in a couple of Corvette weekends and I hope you have too.
As your president, I attended the National Corvette Museum Bash last month. It was a great time, with plenty of Corvette and museum related activities. Plant tours were available on a limited basis, a C8 or two were spotted, and I had the opportunity to mingle with many NCCC members. The next big event at the museum will be the 25th anniversary celebration. For details on all things museum related, check out their website at: https://www.corvettemuseum.org.
In just a couple days, the NCCC Governors meeting will take place in St Louis. Your club Governor and your Regional officers all devote their time to conduct the business of this organization. Their only pay is for all of us to say thank you.
The 2019 NCCC annual convention will be here soon. The folks in the Rocky Mountain Region have been planning and working for many months to insure you have a good time. I’ve mentioned the convention here before, but I think this is, without a doubt, one of the best values as far as Corvette events. There is still time to register and I hope to see you there. Check out the NCCC web site for details: https://www.corvettesnccc.org/Conventions.html.
My calendar is filled most every weekend this summer with Corvette activities and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I enjoy the Corvette and the activities, but most of all, I enjoy the time I spend with my extended Corvette family.
That’s all for now – see you out there.
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