January 2007 Newsletter
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Next Meeting: Thursday, January 25th, 7 PM Go Chevrolet - 7320 North Broadway near I25 and the Boulder Turnpike.

Guest Presenters - Limit of 2 presentations per meeting, please make arrangements with the President at least a day in advance to be placed on the agenda and to see if the limit has been reached for this month.


2007 Down the Road Corvette Club Officers


Rick Cavallaro

Vice President

Dave Burritt
(303) 465-4664


Nancy Keyser


Carol Perez


Nancy Burritt
(303) 465-4664 vintageslots@hypermall.net 

Board Members

Frank Arko 
Roger Less
Don Perez

Newsletter Info (Deadline the 15th)

email: vintageslots@hypermall.net
303 465-4664
Official Club Address
Down the Road Corvettes
13902 Detroit St.
Thornton, CO 80602

From the Prez


I hope this newsletter finds you all in good health and fully recovered after the Holiday Season.

For those of you who missed them, we have had several big events since our Snoí Big Deal extravaganza. Which, by the way was a huge success and ensured that the families for Timís Challenge had a wonderful Christmas. Thanks Nancy K. for putting that all together and to all of those who helped out.

Speaking of which, Timís challenge was a huge success this year Ė the families that we received from Karlis House were truly in need and we made a huge impact on their lives. As always, tears were flowing and emotions were high that day. All the presents were delivered in a short 2-hour period. We did have several members from the Colorado Corvette Club join us, which made it a great event for camaraderie for all those who attended Ė Special thanks to Carol for coordinating everything and special thanks to Santa (Tim B.) and all his elves who helped.

A wonderful time was had by all at the Christmas Dinner this year. There is nothing better than putting an Italian twist on the holidays Ė which I especially enjoyed. Thanks to MaryKay K. and Deana D. for all their hard work.

As the New Year is upon us, we will be gearing up for a full season of Corvette activities. Our goal this year will be to get some new and different people from the group to get more involved in putting on our activities and events.

Hope to see you all at our next meeting on January 25th.

Save the Wave!
Rick Cavallaro
President - Down the Road Corvettes
"Denverís Premier Corvette Club"

Misc. ramblings from the Editor:

Hi Everyone,

Happy New Year. 
I hope you are all rested up.  I just received the flyer for the first NCCC event of the season - 3 autocrosses in Fruita - March 25th.  The flyer will be on the regional website in the next couple of days. My first priority is getting this newsletter out.

As most if not all of you have heard - John Elway Chevrolet is now "GO Chevrolet".  Regardless of the name - a big thank you to Jackie and company for their support of the club last year.  Don't let the meeting location under our logo throw you - it is the same place and same time as always.  We'll see you there.

John H. passed on the info that several people are already planning on going to the Flagstaff event June 7th-9th (several cars went down last year).  The website for the event is http://corvette-n-america.com/

Another road-trip possibility is the National NCCC Convention in Nashville.  Info in your 2007 NCCC membership packets.

I hope you are all dug out from this snow - I know our Corvette isn't getting out of its garage for quite a while yet.  

See you all at the meeting if not before then.
Nancy B.

Minutes of Past Meeting

OCTOBER MINUTES (Oct. 26, 2006)
We received a thank you for $700 for the money we sent to Stan's Charity in his memory.
QUORUM was present.
PREVIOUS MINUTES  were approved.
The checkbook balanced and we have $807.56 in Tim's Challenge. We made $322.10 on the Sept. Autocross after expenses.
Tim's Challenge - we are trying to adopt a few families from Karlis House. We will meet the first weekend in December to purchase the gifts and then deliver them the second weekend in December.
Sno' Big Deal Rally - This will be held at the Hacienda Colorado Restaurant on Nov. 18th. We need helpers for  setup, registration and games. Contact NancyK for more details.
MERCHANDISE COMMITTEE: January the committee will restock with new items. Cathy S. won the raffle this month and she received an Indy 500 earring and necklace set.
MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE: Our annual dues are due this month - $80 for a couple and $50 for a single. We currently have 55 members - 20 couples and 15 singles.
EVENTS: CSCC Sno' Flakes Poker Rally is Nov. 5th   DCA Turkey Rally is Nov. 19th
Bruce took 3rd place and Barbara 2nd place at the Torca Rally.
SOCIAL COMMITTEE: Our Christmas Party will be at Di Ciccio's in Arvada and the cost is $25 per person. We will do our annual gift exchange.

NEW OFFICERS: New officers for 2007 were voted on and announced.  The results were: President - Rick Cavallaro; Vice-President - Dave Burritt; Secretary - Carol Perez; Treasurer - Nancy Keyser; Governor - Nancy Burritt; Board Positions (2 open) - Roger Less & Don Perez.

MUSEUM AMBASSADOR: April 28th the Museum will raffle off a Vette Convertible and each ticket will be $10.
Lyons Parade of Light will be Dec. 2nd and there is no fee to enter this event.
AUTOCROSS: Autocross will be Oct. 28th in Golden. Meeting will be held at 8 with Tech and Registration at 8:15.
There will be no ambulance or tow truck so you can't exceed 80 mph.
DRAG RACING: Would like to invite the Cobalts to join our team.

Respectfully submitted by
Carol Perez
Secretary DtRC

Club News: 

January Birthdays: 4th - Pat B.
February Birthdays: 4th - Dallas A.; 12th - Mike D.

2006 - It was a very good Corvette season

And the season runs from February (with the April Fools Rally planning) through the weekend before Thanksgiving.  We had a lot of fun - hope you did too.  A brief rundown:

The year kicked off with an RMR-NCCC awards banquet.  We celebrated DtRC earning most club points in 2005 and the club having 7 men in the top 15, and 5 women in the top 15.  This March we'll once again celebrate DtRC earning most club points (for 2006) and having 6 men in the top 15 and 7 women in the top 15.  This is great participation and support for our events and our fellow NCCC clubs' events.  In 2006 there were 50 NCCC (sanctioned or region-sanctioned) competition events.  23 Autocrosses, 16 car shows (includes the fund raiser chance car shows), 8 Rallyes, 2 Driving Schools and 1 Funkhana.

DtRC hosted events - 3 days of autocrosses - including getting back on a track - at CSP (a little snow can't stop us).  A record turnout for the April Fools Rally - and a first for us - route closed due to fire - what are the odds?   Luckily most cars were through it by then.  Dealer Show dedicated to the memory of Stan Clark and approx $700 raised for the Handicap Ski Association in Stan's memory.  Then the always fun Sno Big Deal chance car shows to raise money for the Tim's Challenge families.

And in between all these events - we just sat around and relaxed - NOT!!  There was a club auto-X practice and an auto-X seminar.  A trial TSD rally (a first for many of us), bowling (this years champs - Bill S. & Nancie Arko - we demand a rematch) and a tour of channel 9.  A small but dedicated group of drag racers represented the club at Bandimere club clash.  Road trips to Sedona, Casper and Oklahoma City.  And when nothing else was planned - we got together to eat.  Gatherings at Sonic, several mystery meals, a progressive dinner, a great turnout for the club BBQ at Tim & Pat's, and a yummy Italian dinner at the Xmas party.  And to wrap up the year - shopping for some very deserving families and a very heart-warming delivery by Santa Claus and his elves.

And there were parades and non-NCCC car shows and open track days and other events various members attended.  Whew!!  These cars are made for driving, and no one can accuse our club of hiding their cars away in the garage.  We had a lot of fun with those who came out and played last year - and if you weren't able to make it out much due to whatever circumstances, we missed you - and hope to see more of you this year.

Upcoming Events
Remember a current schedule of NCCC events, access to flyers, event results and regional points standings can be found at www.rmrnccc.org .  The first shot at the calendar is posted (and included at the end of this newsletter).  This is the various clubs planned dates.  Many will remain the same, but a fair number will change as the dates get closer and venues are firmed up, etc.  Also - events will be added as the year goes on.  For example, you will notice at this point DtRC has only one day of Autocross on the calendar.  The autocross committee already has the track for that day - so that is a go.  As the calendar for the track opens they will be working with the track to find a date that isn't in conflict with another club's event.  Also - our show date is never known this early - it will likely be Sept. as usual - but we won't know the date until it gets closer.  

One thing that is different this year is the CWCC autocrosses at Fruita.  There are 4 days of autocrosses this year - but with 3 autocrosses each day.  Each autocross will only be 2 runs - so if you sign up for all three - the number of runs will be the same (be careful to not DNF twice in a row though).  However, this does mean that there are a ton of points at stake on those days.  

Past Events

A brief wrap-up of the events since the last newsletter (which came out in mid-October).  This will be brief as some these events were quite some time ago now.  The region website still has the events results posted for 2006.  This page will be replaced with the 2007 events results as soon as results are received for the first 2007 events - which is the CWCC autocrosses in March. 

DtRC October AutoCross - Colorado State Patrol Track - October 28th

Well - Mother Nature threatened with a fair amount of snow right before the event - but the weather cleared and the roads melted - and the event was held as scheduled.  There was a good turnout for so late in the year.  I didn't race - but rode along on Dave's fast parade laps - and it seemed like a fun track - and the racers were saying it was a blast.  It was coned down just enough to keep it safe and down to 80 MPH.  I'll let you go look at the event results on the website if you are interested - but I do know that Mr. John H wanted me to make sure to point out that on at least one lap he was faster than Mr. John M..  Tammy "broke" her car just before Dale got there to race it.  Thanks to one generous club member he still got to run.  One of the Torca members finished off the tread on their tires before her husband got to do the second race.  Whenever you wear your tires down to the cords - you know it has been a fun race season.  As usual - things went very smooth, timing worked flawlessly and thanks to all who came out and worked and raced.  See you again on May 20th.

DtRC Sno' BigDeal Extravaganza - Nov. 18th

This was a very successful fund-raising event.  The weather was beautiful, the cars gorgeous, the games a blast & the funds raised bought a lot of goodies for our Tim's challenge families.  Thanks to all who organized, worked, and a special thanks for opening your wallets so wide for this fantastic cause.  And for those that missed BruceK (aka Ursula) in a toilet paper wig opening cases for Deal/No Deal - I bet you show up next year just to see if that gets topped.

November 19th - DCA Turkey Rally 

Great turnout by DtRC members.  We must have had half of the entrants there.  It was a relaxing route with the winners being determined by the games at the checkpoints and the poker hands.  The weather was beautiful and it was a good way to end the season socializing afterward with so many of our club members and friends from the other clubs.

DtRC Christmas Dinner & Gift Exchange 

What a lovely Italian dinner, and a nice private room for us to socialize and steal gifts in.  The main event as always was the gift "exchange".  It started out with not much "stealing", but as more gifts got opened - things heated up.  Corvette chairs, books, clocks, etc. traded hands several times.  The quickest to be "frozen".  A DtRC stained glass panel created by Roger D.  I had it in my hands for all of about 5 seconds before it went to another home.  For those that are interested I heard that he will make them to sell.  I don't know any of the details.  You can contact Roger for all the info.  Thanks to MaryKay and Deana for organizing a great event.

Tim's Challenge - shopping & delivery 

Several emails went out about this - so I won't get too wordy.  Dave & I were able to help shop this year but had other commitments on delivery day - so I'll try to relay some items I've heard from others for that part.  This year Family Tree Karlis Family Center was approached to see if they had any families that could benefit from what the club goals are for providing a helping hand at Christmas.  The Karlis Family Center website ( http://www.thefamilytree.org/about_us/programs/karlis.html ) states that they provide:  Programs for families who have experienced domestic violence, child abuse, separation, divorce and other conflict in the home;  Safe exchanges of children between parents with court orders; Supervised parenting-time sessions; Domestic violence support groups for adults and children (age specific); Family, individual and children's counseling and Information and community referrals.  They did a great job of screening families and recommending 4 families that could truly use a helping hand.  All were single-parent families, most starting up a new life for themselves.  While shopping we bought clothes, shoes, a doll house, dvds, toys and basic necessities to starting up a new household - including pots & pans, glasses and sheets - all of which were on the list of items the family said they needed.  One lady wanted light blue paint to make the house "homier" and more personalized.  For items like that they all received a gift certificate to WalMart.  Then we went to Costco (who had made a generous donation) and purchased food and paper goods for the families.  In addition, money was allocated to be spent on Karlis Family Center itself as they needed a new vacuum, office supplies, coffee, paper goods, etc.

What I've heard about delivery day. 
The families were very appreciative and very deserving and truly could use a helping hand.  The kids all came out very excited to see the Corvettes.  A big thank you to Colorado Corvette Club - not only did they donate money but they brought out 5 Corvettes - which gave the kids a big thrill.  The DtRC members were all driving their SUVs as there were many boxes of goodies to deliver.  One particularly touching story that was relayed to me was about  the delivery to the house where the little girl wanted the doll house - when the items were carried in - the little girl didn't have that many due to the doll house being a big present.  So she was told that several of the items wrapped up for her Mom would also benefit her.  And she said it was OK that she had less presents than her mom because it had been a long time since her Mom had received any presents.

So a big thank you to all who shopped & delivered.  Kudos to Carol for the great job organizing everything.  And thanks to all reading this as many of you participated in the fund-raising activities held through-out the year and opened your wallets to help others.  Your generosity was truly appreciated.

DtRC April Fool's Rally - Planning to start soon

This year the April Fool's rally actually falls on April 1st.  Your event co-chairs are John M & Nancy K and Dale & Tammy B.  Organization meetings will start in February.  So this is an early plug for ideas.  Last year we had a record turn-out - around 70 cars.  We've been discussing the fact that with that many cars it takes a long time to get everyone out, and of course - back in, and that it may be necessary to do two routes (and two sets of trophies, etc) to cut the pre and post wait times in half.  Or maybe there is a different solution.  If you happen to have ideas on start or end places, potential routes, themes, checkpoint ideas, etc. etc. - please let the event chairs know.   They will be organizing a planning meeting - probably picking a date at the January meeting.  I would assume chairs will be sought for the normal type of activities - route, door prizes, trophies, checkpoint games, tech & parking, etc.  But even if you can't participate in the organized planning meetings, fresh ideas are always appreciated.  And as requested every year - reserve that date on your calendar.  Remember - club members can't run the rally on April 1st but everyone's help will be needed that day at the start point, check points, end point, grading, etc.  That doesn't mean you get to escape the torture designed by the route committee.  There will be at least a couple of pre-runs where you all get the fun of checking the rally route and have input into the clues, etc.  As always - more details as plans firm up.

Rocky Mountain Region to bid for 2009 NCCC Convention

As John M discussed at the September meeting (which we missed) the Rocky Mountain Region will be making a bid to host the NCCC National Convention in 2009.  Here are further details, and an invitation to anyone that would like to help in the early planning to come on out and participate.

Initial planning has been going on for some time now.  Colorado Springs is spearheading the effort for finding potential hotel sites in the Colorado Springs area plus putting together some initial budget estimates.  A steering committee is being formed and the first meeting will be February 3rd.  Our very own John M. will be the head of the steering committee.  The first milestone for the steering committee is to put together a proposal to be presented this year to NCCC.  The vote for where the 2009 convention will be held will be announced in November of this year.  They are seeking volunteers to sit on the steering committee that first and foremost have an interest in helping with the early planning, but also - if you have attended National Conventions in the past - your experience would be very valuable to the committee.  The initial committee will be doing a lot of early leg work and presentation creation.  If the region wins the bid in November - then the activities will start with a frenzy and more volunteers will be needed.

One of the things that could help us win the bid - a great turnout from the region at the National Convention this year.  It is in Nashville on June 16-23.  Not only will a good showing be a positive for the region - if we do win the bid - the more people we have with experience on what is expected from an NCCC National Convention - the better.  If we do win the bid - having a good turnout for more convention experience in Tulsa in 2008 would also be a good thing.  And Tulsa is actually a reasonable distance from Denver.

So if you are interested in getting in on this preliminary planning - please contact John M.  And there will be a road trip to Nashville this summer (CSCC is already arranging a caravan) - so mark your calendars and request your vacation.

Committee Updates

Social Committee 
A big thank you to the 2006 Social Committee for helping make sure we all had a good time and plenty to do last year.  This years social committee is Deana D., Mary Kay K., and Ronda F.  Please contact them if you have ideas for activities or are willing to lead a mystery (or non-mystery) meal.  I'm sure they'll be recruiting snack bringers for the next several meetings also.  

Governorís Report
By Nancy B.

CONGRATULATIONS to the entire club - 1st place points in the region - again!!!  Also special kudos to Barb R & Tammy B (1st and 2nd place ladies respectively) and Bill M. (3rd place Mens).  Great job everyone.

Several items to pass on from the last Governor's meeting:

- Regional Banquet - March 3rd.  Probably at the Embassy Suites again.  Last year the region subsidized most of the cost as this was a kick-off to holding an annual banquet.  The cost hasn't been set yet - but this year expect more of a normal price for attending a function like this.  Cindy Urenda will be heading up the planning for the banquet - but is looking for a few helpers.  If you can help - please contact her (or let me know if you don't have her contact info and I'll get it for you).
- Regional officers were elected and our very own John M. is your new Regional Executive and Nancy K. the new regional treasurer.
- Regional Race Number website is now up.  A lot of people (although I don't recall seeing any from DtRC members) have already signed up for their regional race number.  If you finished in the top 15 places - your finish place will be your race number.  Ladies - remember to add the "L" to your place number.  If you didn't finish in the top 15 and want a season long race number - you need to go to the region website - www.rmrnccc.org - and sign up for one.  The number you requested last year is NOT valid anymore - you must request a number for this year.  The Ladies will have their own set of numbers this year - ending in L.  So it is possible this year to request number XX for the man and XX L for the woman.
- Helmets - no more than 10 years from date of manufacture - please check your helmet before the upcoming autocross season.  Your helmet will need to be re-teched for 2007 at the first event you attend.
- Membership packets - we received ours the other day - you should have yours or be getting it shortly.  If you don't get it by the end of the month - let me know - and send me your current address - and I will verify it with the RMD.
- FCOA (Future Corvette Owners of America) - addresses do NOT update when the parents address is updated with NCCC.  You need to let them know of a change of address separately.
- K & K Insurance - there is no rate increase for additional insurance this year. I will be receiving a packet from K&K with a new Certificate of Insurance in it.  Event organizers - please do not use the ones I gave you last year.  When I get them I will make copies and distribute to all event chairs and officers.
- Want to purchase tickets for the Corvette Raffle NCCC has in association with National Convention. The best deal on tickets is to use the green form that came in your membership packets.
- As mentioned earlier - we did initial planning for the regional calendar - check it out - there are several new events this year including an open track morning at Pueblo followed by a high-speed autocross.
- Regional Sanctioned events - will have a new numbering scheme.  The numbering scheme between regional and national sanctioned events last year was not very distinguishable.  To help clarify things - a regional sanctioned event will now have the club abbreviation (instead of club number) followed by a number.  So National Sanctions would still be RM-150-XX, but a regional sanctioned DtRC event will now be DtRC-XX.

Merchandise Report

This year's merchandise committee is composed of Patty C., Jackie M and Tonya R.  If you need any merchandise or have any ideas - let them know. 

NCM Ambassadorís Report
Tim B - National Corvette Museum Lifetime Member

I didn't hear from Tim - I realize this newsletter is off in its timing.  To check up on the latest happenings at the museum you can go to their website - http://www.corvettemuseum.com/ .  While there sign up for their email newsletters - it is a great way to get brief updates on what is happening at the museum - including any promotions, activities, etc.

A Puzzle for you

The following word find puzzle contains 16 words (Corvette or Corvette event related) that I typed in as input to a website that creates these puzzles from the words you provide.  To make it a little trickier - I'm not going to tell you what the words are.  Next months newsletter will list the words.  I'll be interested to know if you find them all, or maybe find words that just happen to be there that I didn't input to the program.

S T I N G R A Y J N U Y M G R 
T V Y A C Y E S B D V P Y M U 
Z B U M R L L D B N Y Y S B N 
C R O S S E D F L A G S T L F 
D E E R H T Y T F I F F E E L 
Y O J S E C C E P K I I R T A 
L K W N S H A O P B H J Y T T 
L D O N P O L R E U R V M E N 
A C T E T I R R S E O I E V Z 
R N H X S H G C T H Q C A R M 
V K A H W L E S O G O N L O X 
Y F H X A H D R G T F W J C P 
Q O F S P A L A O H U F D K X 
D A S V O P M G Z A B A P V T 
L L E R L I A T E D D A A C R 


Please check the Regional Website - www.rmrnccc.org for the latest regional schedule.  If events are added or dates changed - it will be current there.  The regional website will also contain links to the event flyers as they become available.  



Convention Steering Committee Meeting (Denver area) 303-709-9388


National Governors Meeting St. Louis, MO



Rocky Mountain Region Awards Banquet 303-709-9388


Regional Governors Meeting (Denver) 303-709-9388


3 Low Speed Autocrosses (Colorado West Corvette Club) Sanctioned 970-434-5120



April Fools Rally (Down the Road Corvettes) Non-sanctioned 303-464-4664


Drivers School (Colorado Springs Corvette Club) Region-sanctioned (NCCC non-sanctioned)  719-302-5472


2 Low Speed Autocross (Colorado Springs Corvette Club) Sanctioned 719-302-5472



National Governors Meeting St. Louis, MO.


Show Us Your Vette (Top of the Rockies Corvette Assn.) Sanctioned 303-532-7619


Fun in the Sun Show (Colorado Springs Corvette Club) Sanctioned 719-302-5472


Funkhana (Colorado Springs Corvette Club) Sanctioned 719-302-5472


2 Low Speed Autocrosses (DtRC) Region-sanctioned (NCCC non-sanctioned) 303-464-4664


Parade (Colorado Corvette Club) Non-sanctioned 970-724-3506


Big Sky Meet, Missoula, MT (Hellgate Corvette Club) Non-sanctioned 406-777-2657



Regional Governors Meeting (Grand Junction) 303-709-9388


3 Low Speed Autocrosses (Colorado West Corvette Club) Sanctioned 970-434-5120


2 Low Speed Autocross (Colorado Springs Corvette Club) Sanctioned 719-302-5472


Vettes on Broadway Show (Denver Corvette Assn.) Region-sanctioned (NCCC non-sanctioned) 303-781-4896


NCCC National Convention Nashville, TN


National Governors Meeting Nashville, TN


Dealer Show (Colorado Corvette Club) Region-sanctioned (NCCC non-sanctioned) 970-724-3506



Funkhana Keystone Event (Denver Corvette Assn.) Sanctioned 303-739-9515


2 Low Speed Autocrosses, Keystone Event (Denver Corvette Assn.) Sanctioned 303-739-9515


Spearfish Meet Spearfish, SD


Vettes on the Rockies (Looking Glass Corvette Assn. Non-NCCC) 303-232-1886


Parade (Colorado Corvette Club) Non-sanctioned 970-724-3506



Rally (Top of the Rockies Corvette Assn.) Sanctioned 303-532-7619


1 Low Speed Autocross (Colorado West Corvette Club) Sanctioned 970-434-5120


2 Low Speed Autocrosses (Colorado West Corvette Club) Region-sanctioned (NCCC non-sanctioned) 970-434-5120


Dealer Show (Colorado Springs Corvette Club) Region-sanctioned (NCCC non-sanctioned) 719-302-5472



Round-Up Event Casper, WY (Central Wyoming Corvettes) Region-sanctioned (NCCC non-sanctioned) 307-259-3757


Regional Governors Meeting (Casper, WY) 303-709-9388


Dealer Show (Down the Road Corvettes) Region-sanctioned (NCCC non-sanctioned) 303-464-4664


National Governors Meeting St. Louis, MO.


Pagosa Springs Show (Colorado Springs Corvette Club) Region-sanctioned (NCCC non-sanctioned) 719-302-5472


2 Low Speed Autocross (Colorado Springs Corvette Club) Sanctioned 719-302-5472



Open Track Practice (am), Pueblo (Denver Corvette Assn.) Non-sanctioned 303-739-9515


High Speed Time Trial (pm), Pueblo (Denver Corvette Assn.) Sanctioned 303-739-9515


3 Low Speed Autocrosses (Colorado West Corvette Club) Region-sanctioned  (NCCC non-sanctioned) 970-434-5120


All Hallows Eve Rally (Top of the Rockies Corvette Assn.) Sanctioned 303-532-7619



Sno-Flake Rally (Colorado Springs Corvette Club) Region-sanctioned (NCCC non-sanctioned) 719-302-5472


National Governors Meeting St. Louis, MO.


Sno Big Deal Shows (Down the Road Corvettes) Region-sanctioned (NCCC non-sanctioned) 303-464-4664


Fun Rallys (Denver Corvette Assn.) Sanctioned 303-781-4896



Regional Governors Meeting (Denver) 303-709-9388


Remember to check our website www.downtheroadcorvettes.org for even more events the club has been notified of and for events that may change (added/deleted) between newsletters.

DtRC Meetings are the 4th Thursday of the month.  
There are no club meetings in November or December, except the annual Holiday Party.

2006 Committees:

Dealer Rep

     Mike Davis until 2008 nominations


     Pat Barnes

Directory Publication

     Pat Barnes

Social Committee

     Deana Delozier     Mary Kay Kelly     Ronda Firks

Merchandise Committee

     Patty Cavallaro    Jackie Malouf    Tonya Roach

Rally Committee

     John Maxwell, Nancy Keyser, Dale & Tammy Billingsley

Show Committee

     Don Perez   John Maxwell 

Corvette Museum Ambassador

     Tim Barnes


     Nancy Keyser


     Nancy Burritt     Donna Bauer

Drag Racing Competition Director

     Joan Breher, Ronda Firks

Autocross Competition Director

     Frank Arko    Bill Mount    John Maxwell

Timís Challenge

     Carol Perez

Sno' Big Deal Extravaganza       Bill Schultz     Mike Davis


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