May 2008 Newsletter
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Next Meeting: May, May 22nd, 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.


2008 Down the Road Corvette Club Officers


Tim Barnes

Vice President

Joan Breher


Nancy Keyser


Pat Barnes


Nancy Burritt
(303) 465-4664 

Board Members

Mike Kelley 
Roger Less
Don Perez


Newsletter Info (Deadline the 15th)

303 465-4664

Official Club Address
Down the Road Corvettes
13902 Detroit St.
Thornton, CO 80602


From your Prez

This has been a very difficult month with the passing of my father.  The support of all of you helped in ways I can’t even explain. The flowers sent to the funeral from the club were beautiful and greatly appreciated. Our club is truly a community and your support during this difficult time in my life proves it.

On other subjects, the board of directors of Tim’s Challenge came through with the money to purchase the helmets for Adventure Elementary. I appreciate the offer by the club to cover the cost. I know that all of us that come out that day to fix bikes had a really good time doing it. It was very gratifying to see the kids ride off on their repaired steeds ready for a summer of adventure. This kind if thing is just what Tim’s Challenge was set up for. I have an envelope full of thank you notes from the kids at the school to share with all of you at the meeting. I’ve also been asked to come to the school on Wednesday morning for an assembly. I’ll fill you in on what happened at the meeting.

I took the time to go to TORCA’s Show Us Your Vette show on Saturday and I’m glad I did. It was good to see old friends and make new ones.

President - Down the Road Corvettes 
Chairperson of the Board - Tim's Challenge Inc. 
2009 National Corvette Caravan - Colorado Captain 

Misc. ramblings from the Editor

Hi Everyone,

Well, as usual – I am running behind & the meeting is early this month.  We went to Black Hawk on Sunday – I thought I’d be home in plenty of time to do the newsletter.  Well – Dave got in a poker tourney  it took him 7+ hours to finish 7th .  I’m glad he got his entrance fee plus a little back, but what a long day (especially since I wasn’t winning).  So Sunday came and went – and no newsletter.  But it is finally coming out now.   I’ve said most everything I wanted to say in other sections of the newsletter so just a plea and a reminder – send me stuff.  Trivial stuff, cool places to go and see in a Vette, cool roads to drive, upcoming Corvette news (I don’t read car & driver or the Corvette forum, and many of our members probably don’t, so it is all news to me).  Dave is talking about starting a column for tips found on the Corvette forum (so we don’t all have to read the entire forum).  That all started from the plug-it-in issue (see later in the newsletter).  I’m open, and if for some reason the newsletter is overly lengthy on a given month, I can always on non-time sensitive material ask if I can hold whatever is sent for the next month.

See you all Thursday,
Nancy B.

Minutes of Past Meeting

Down the Road Corvettes
Minutes of April 2008 Meeting

Tim Barnes Jr. was a guest who came to the meeting to promote the Justin Anderson Memorial Bike Day.

Quorum was present.

The previous minutes were approved.

The treasurer gave her report. A motion was made and seconded to approve the treasurer's report.  Motion passed.

NCCC events are listed on the website. Remember, all group II cars racing in NCCC classified events need fire extinguishers.  This may impact some club cars of those who only raced in DtRC events, as we used to classify per regional guidelines.  We are now being consistent with other clubs and classing cars per National Rules.

No one from the committee was in attendance this month.

The club museum Ambassador, John H is on his way to the NATIONAL CORVETTE MUSEUM.

No new members this month.

Bill M looking for help with food at the May 24th DtRC autocross.
Pat B and Nancy K volunteered and in addition the club will be holding a bake sale for Tim’s Challenge.

The first race is May 9th.

No report. Tanya was at the merchandise table, available to take any merchandise orders.

The April Fool's Rally was held on Apr. 6th and all went well with the rally. The annual audit of the clubs books will be performed by Pat & Gail scheduled to happen by the date of the next meeting . 

 Justin Anderson Memorial Program repairing bikes is May 3rd at Western Hills Elem., 9a.m. to 12p.m.(please bring tools and any spare bike parts). In addition, help with planting a garden for the school children, is also needed if anyone is available.


Annual summer picnic was discussed. A date has not yet been determined.


Member interest and participation in club events was discussed. 

Motion was made, seconded and passed to adjourn the meeting.  Meeting was adjourned.

Submitted by
Pat Barnes

Club News: 

Pre-Meeting Eating: MaryKay is organizing a pre-meeting Pizza Party – to be held in the meeting room.  $5 per person.  Please phone her at the number she put in the email and let her know if you are coming so she can have the correct amount of Pizza.

June Birthdays: 3 - Nancy B; 10 - Donna B; 18 - Mike M.; 22 - Nancie A

Justin Anderson Bike Repair Day wrap-up:
Ed. Note: You’ll recognize this from Tim’s email the day of the event, but I wanted to make sure it got in the newsletter for all to read.  For those that don’t know – this activity was at the school just north of Go Chevrolet (our club sponsor/meeting location).  So it was good to be able to help the people in that community and I’m sure we’ll remember it every time we drive past on the way to the meeting as we see the flowers out by the school sign blooming this summer.

From Tim:

Wow, what fun we today repairing bikes and creating possibility for the kids! I'd like to thank Mike and Mary D, Bill and Cathy S, Bill M, Bruce K and Mike K for all coming out to repair bikes.  Nancy B and Pat B also helped plant flowers. Frank A. also donated 3 bikes which made a big difference for 3 kids. At the final count, 65 bikes were nursed back to health. The board of Tim's Challenge stepped up to the plate and came through with a check to cover 100 bike helmets to allow the kids to ride safely.


All in all, it was a great day!

Thanks again to all who helped make it great!


DtRC Hosted Events - Upcoming

DtRC 2 Low Speed AutoCrosses – State Patrol Track – Golden – May 24th

The AutoCross committee has reserved the CSP track for 2 days this year.  Yeah!!  It is a great track and a great place to put on an event.  There is no food vendor and you need to use a port-a-potty – but the track is awesome, and it is so wide open up there, the timing trailer can be put in a convenient place, there is plenty of room for parking and we are away from the general public.  It is a great location.  Did I mention the track is a kick??  The forecast – mid-70’s with a slight chance of scattered thunderstorms.  So, not too hot and  not too cold, with the potential of some clouds in the afternoon to keep the heat down.

Registration and tech start at 8:00 so Frank has asked workers to be there by 7:30 at the latest.  He didn’t say what time he and John would be getting there to run cables, sweep the track, etc. – so if you are an early riser, come on out even earlier and lend a hand.  If you are concerned you may get there before they do (the gates will be locked until Frank gets there with the key) – then give him a call and see what time he is coming.  We keep hearing TORCA has a large number of new people interested in racing (and if the number of Torca racing team shirts I saw them wearing at their show is any indication, it is true), so given the weather is supposed to be nice, there could be a huge turnout so we could end up needing lots of help.  Remember, tech teams usually work in pairs, so you don’t necessarily need to be the one that knows about cars.  The “techer” gets down and dirty and does all the checking, classifying.  Then each techer will have a “scribe” to fill out the paperwork, the dot, etc.  So come on out and see Bill M. if you are one of the techers or tech helpers.  I’m sure there will be plenty to keep you busy.

There is a lot going on at this AutoCross.  The first change for our club – is that we will be classing cars per the NCCC rulebook (vs. regional rules).  The main difference that may impact you is that group II and group III cars must have a fire extinguisher mounted.

Pat B is organizing a bake sale.  I believe what she has in mind is packaged up items (3 cookies in a bag, brownies packaged individually, etc) – that would go for say $1 donation.  I don’t have the details of the pricing, etc. but that is the general gist.  So let Pat know if you can bring something – and what it is – so we don’t end up with all one thing.  As far as lunch, most of you know this from the last race up there, but for anyone new – pack your lunch or the flyer says there will be hotdogs available for a donation.  There will not a food vendor on site – and there won’t be time to leave the hill and go get something – there is nothing close enough. 

I’m sure the registration committee will still take your pre-registration at the meeting in person – so if you are racing – bring your checkbooks (or cash).  It is $25 per race for pre-registered, and $30 per race day of event.  The flyer and registration form are on the regional website – – accessible from the home page.  Directions are on the flyer also if you haven’t been there before or have forgotten on how to get there.

I’m sure the autocross committee will provide further details and reminders at the meeting.  We hope to see you there – even you non-racers. 

Upcoming Other Events
Remember a current schedule of NCCC events, access to flyers, event results and regional points standings can be found at .  

May 25th – DCA – 2 low speed autocrosses – BlackHawk, CO

It is a racing weekend.  The day after our race, DCA has the parking lot on top of the hill in BlackHawk (you turn on the north side of Isle of Capri, and go up, and up and up…).  For those of us old-timers – that was the original parking lot for all of BlackHawk – where everyone had to park when they came up to have some fun.  Now of course – the all have their own parking and the upper lot gets to see a different kind of fun - the fast kind of fun..  Anyway – it is a 3 day weekend – so come on out for a second day of racing and fun.

June 1st - CWCC will have a whole new look to their June autocross this year.  While the rest of the year's autocrosses over there are still at the Fruita High School parking lot - not this one.  This one is at the Go-Kart track in Grand Junction (so don't book that Fruita Super8 for this one - it won't be very convenient).  There are 3 races that day.  Here is the info Larry would like to pass on to all: 

There will be lots of track time 20 to 24 laps for the day if you enter all 3 events. Please ask you club members that might be coming to pre register at the site link on the flyer (available on the region website - ). The pre registration is so that race groups and labels can be done ahead and save time on race morning. There is no need to send any entry fees as they can be paid at check-in the morning of the races. Timing will be done using the track's transponder system.

June 14th – DCA – Vettes on Broadway – DCA’s annual car show.  Flyer on the regional website.

National Convention – Tulsayou’ll notice that June is a little light on regional events.  This is in large part due to the National NCCC convention which lasts a week (and both weekends).  For those going, have a great time, and be safe.

As always - check out the region website - for all the upcoming regional events. Going out of state - check out , scroll down almost to the bottom, click on the region you will be visiting, and see what is happening. 

Past Events

May 10th - CCC Dealer Appreciation Show

This was a very chilly, windy day.  Dave & I were busy that morning - so we just stopped down a little later in the day to check it out.  We didn't stay for awards, but here is what the people that were there passed on to me.  Bill & Cathy S. took 3rd in C6, Dave C. took 2nd in C5 and Mike & Jackie, who took 4 cars took home 3 awards.  As this was a charity fund-raiser for CCC I'm sure they really appreciate the support from all who participated.

May 17th - TORCA Dealer Appreciation Show and Poker Hand Show fundraiser

Another gorgeous day – the weather was perfect.  And I got that beginning of year sunburn out of the way.  They had a good turnout as did DtRC.  We had Mike & Mary, Bill & Cathy, Tim & Pat, Mike & Martha, John H, Mike K, Dave & Nancy, & Roger L.  I really thought Mary was going to place in the poker show with a Queen high straight - but third place was an Ace high straight. Close.  After the show most of us DtRC’ers followed Bill S (yes we did make sure we had plenty of gas first) to a BBQ place he knew of in South Longmont, at a really unique subdivision called Prospect.  The food was yummy.  And we were able to cool off with an adult beverage and good conversation.  Dave & I aren’t “into" car shows – but the after part makes it all good fun.

Dave wanted to know – and Chevrolet answered:

Question: Where is the auxiliary plug on a C6 that has a Nav System?
Answer: It doesn’t exist.
Question: Why?
below in an email from Chevrolet to Dave B.

Background – Dave B. and Cathy S. have been on a “plug-it-in” kick.  With their new IPhones – they have been looking in every car to see if it had an auxiliary jack for the stereo.  The C6s finally do – unless you pay big bucks for the Nav system – and then they don’t.  So Dave decided to ask Chevrolet why.  They not only emailed back – they tried to call him also (we were surprised).  And in the email they included a lot of information on the ’09 Corvette.  So since the newsletter was short this month – and this was interesting – I thought I’d put it here.  So if you have a question for them – they do respond, and it didn’t take long either. 


Date: May 14, 2008 12:33:57 PM MDT


Subject: 2008 Chevrolet Corvette Product Information


Dear Mr. B….,


Thank you for contacting Chevrolet and your interest in the 2008 Corvette!  We appreciate the time you have taken to write us.  We attempted to contact you by phone, but we were unable to reach you.


Unfortunately, we are unable to provide a reason for the Audio System with Navigation does not include an auxiliary jack.  We can confirm that both the standard (US8) and 6-disc CD changer (US9) audio systems feature an auxiliary jack.  This information is also true of the 2009 Corvette, which is scheduled to begin production on June 23, 2008.  Typically, vehicles begin to arrive at dealers 6-8 weeks after production begins.  Your local Chevrolet dealer should be able to assist you in placing an order for your 2009 Corvette once this production begins.  If you are not familiar with the dealers in your area, an easy way to find one is by using the Locate Dealer web tool at http://


Below we have listed the scheduled changes for the 2009 Corvette.  

We hope this information proves helpful.




-Machine Silver Metallic exterior color

-5-spoke Original Design, chrome aluminum wheels


New Features


- Blade Silver Metallic exterior color

- Cyber Gray Metallic exterior color

- Ebony Custom Leather Wrapped interior trim

- Dark Titanium Custom Leather Wrapped interior trim

- 18" front and 19" rear Z06 Silver-painted aluminum wheels

- 18" front and 19" rear Z06 Competition Gray-painted aluminum wheels

- 18" front and 19" rear Z06 chrome aluminum wheels

- 18" front and 19" rear 5-spoke, forged chrome aluminum wheels (Coupe and Convertible)

- ZR1 - highlights include (LS9) engine, (F55) Magnetic Selective Ride Control, (FE5) ZR1 Performance Package, (Q6A) 19" front and 20" rear sterling silver-painted aluminum wheels, available (Q6B) 19" front and 20" rear chrome aluminum wheels, specific Michelin PS2 tires, sill plates with ZR1 logo and (UV6) Head-Up Display with boost gauge, Brembo ceramic composite brakes, body color unique full width spoiler, carbon fiber components: roof, roof bow, raised hood with window, front splitter, rocker extension, unique dual port fenders and unique VIN sequence 1LT package standard on Convertible Bluetooth for phone




- Steering wheel-mount audio controls are now standard on all models

- Power hatch pull down is now on Z06 and ZR1 Variable ratio now on power steering

- 9 Corvette colors available, ZR1/Z06 is now available in 7 exterior colors

- New badge with chrome surround

- Z06 interior accent color now on doors and instrument panel

- Z06 sill plates now have the Z06 logo

- Acoustic Package is now standard on all models

- Updated traction control and active handling hardware and software

- Power top is now packaged on Convertible 2LT


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New DtRC Club award – just for the fun of it

Well, earlier I mentioned the yummy ribs and the adult beverage that we enjoyed after the TORCA show. Cathy S. was looking at all the bones from the racks and half-racks and reminiscing about her making me a lucky chicken bone necklace after eating at Rib City in Fruita several years ago.  And her creative juices started flowing (or maybe it was the beer in her veins that was flowing. J ).  Anyway – she got in the necklace making mood again.  And we had a lot of bones.  So while this is still an idea under construction and nothing will happen until Cathy gets back from vacation – here are our preliminary thoughts.  And we mention it so you all can help refine it, and because when the time comes, we’ll need you keep your eyes open for candidates.  We are thinking that a survivor style necklace (aka big and gaudy) of the bones will be created and used for the new “bone-head” award that we want to create.  Now this award will all be in good fun – and I think most in the club will be willing to take it as such.  We’re not laughing at you – we are laughing with you.  Then at each meeting we’ll see if the bone-head necklace deserves to be passed on to a new recipient.  If there is more than one candidate – we may need to vote.  If we had this award in the past – what types of actions may have received it?  Here are some past examples (and it is club trivia to see if you can figure out who the recipients would have been):

  •         Using the turn signal before exiting the autocross course

  •         Hitting the driveway wall with the front of the Vette while backing out of your garage

  •         Needing to stop for gas 10 miles into a mystery meal

  •       Popping the trunk with your key fob, putting the key fob in your jacket pocket, and throwing your jacket in the trunk and closing it

  •         Leaving a leftover fish taco in the car all winter while the car was in storage

  •         Taking off for a long mystery meal, without a map (although a red feather was awarded for this one)

So – these are some of the more major ones from the past few years.  I suspect we won’t have something this exciting every month – but you never know.  So I’m sure we’ll need to go to more trivial oops sightings to keep the necklace moving.  So keep your eyes and ears open, and probably starting in July we’ll start taking nominations. This could be one of the most coveted awards in DtRC history - who knows what people will do to get temporary custody of "the necklace".   No pressure Cathy – but you have to do that necklace now – I hope you didn’t lose those bones on the way home, and we expect it to be spectacular.

Committee Updates

Social Committee 

Anyone that is willing to organize a social event please contact MaryKay K., Deana D. or Carol A.  They can also help with suggestions and date coordination. 

Thanks to Nancy& Dave and Dave & Wanda for providing meeting snacks last month.

Governor’s Report
By Nancy B.

The events have started, and there are many, many more to come.  I don’t really have anything this month.  We were supposed to have a governors meeting during the TORCA show this past weekend, but it got moved to Memorial Day – so anything that comes up there I’ll cover in the next newsletter.

The rulebook is now online at - this may have updated information from the CD you got with your membership packet.  Odds are not – but if you want the absolute latest – go to the website and use that online copy.

For now I’ll just offer my usual beginning of season reminders.  SIGN THE WAIVER.  Each person must individually sign the waiver – even workers and spectators.  There are 2 waivers – a rally waiver and a car show waiver. If there are a rally and a car show as part of the same event – you must sign both waivers (such as with our April Fools Rally).  If there are two or more car shows in one day (like the TORCA event this past weekend) – then just one car show waiver must be signed.  Even if you don’t care about points – please sign the waiver.  The insurance requires it.

Put your NCCC number on the registration form – it helps the person doing the points tremendously.  I do due diligence when filling out points for our events by trying to check on anyone I suspect may be NCCC (based on their club) to make sure that I round up their NCCC #, but not all chairs/governors do that.  If you don’t put in your NCCC # - they don’t put you on the results form.  If you don’t care – I don’t care – but it is also just a way to go back and see how much support we’ve given other clubs, etc.  It is also a good idea to have your membership card on you – it usually has a cool picture – plus especially if you go to any out of region events – they may require they see it.

AutoCrosses – closed toe (and heel) shoes required – drivers AND passengers.  Helmet must not be older than 10 years from date of manufacture and must be Snell approved.  You can borrow a helmet – it doesn’t need to be yours.  Fire Extinguishers 5BC or greater mounted (not bungee corded – but mounted) in all cars in group II or higher.

Car Shows – to receive points the car must be owned by the entrant or his/her immediate family – regardless of type of show (people’s choice, one of our charity chance shows, councours’, etc.)  The exact wording is in the rulebook – section 7.8.  That doesn’t mean if you drive someone else’s car to a show that you can’t enter or even win an award, but if it is an NCCC event, make sure that they know it isn’t your car so that you aren’t inadvertently put on the NCCC results form.

So, the rules aren’t really that many or that cumbersome.  Most are there for safety and insurance purposes.  So go out and have fun, the above items (like signing the waiver) will become routine, and you won’t even think about it – you will just do it automatically.

NCCC National Convention - Tulsa Oklahoma - June 21 - 27

For details on this you can access the convention website via

50th Annual National Convention - August 7 - 14, 2009  - RMR - Colorado Springs, CO.

And a permanent reminder for the next year’s worth of newsletters.  Don't forget as you start making 2009 vacation plans - mark the following in your book. DtRC will be hosting the low-speed autocross at World Arena.  I don't have the dates handy, but can get them if you need them this soon.  Even if you can't join us for the whole week, we'll need lots of help the days of our events (it is over two days I believe).

Flyers are appearing on the regional website - - a copy of that calendar as it stands today is at the end of this newsletter.  For Flyer info and to get the latest and greatest calendar info - check back on the regional website often.

Drag Racing Report
Joan B.

Race Nights are: May 9, May 30, June 20, July 18, August 15, Sep. 5,26. The gates open at 3p.m. Eliminations at 7p.m. Test & Tune nights are Wednesdays and start April 12.

Alex Nelson's Rocky Mountain Corvette has agreed to have a team we can race with this year. Thanks Alex.  If anyone would like more info, or to join Joan up at the track - please let her know and she'll get you all the details.


Merchandise Report

The merchandise committee had a lot of cool new samples for sale last month.  Make sure to check it out.  There are always several items ready to take home. Or you can order any of the merchandise in your size & color.

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

NCM Ambassador’s Report
John H.

John called today.  His computer went belly-up.  He will be bringing a lot of material to the meeting – but I got a few highlights from him verbally.  As you know, he missed the last meeting because he was attending the museum’s C5/C6 bash.  He said it was a great time.  They hit heavy rain for a lot of the way there so the trip out was pretty miserable.  Alex’s car kept stalling at the tollbooths due to the wet weather.  The clear bra on John’s car took quite a bit of abuse due to various debris on the highways due to the wet weather, etc.  But they only got lost once on the way out and arrived safely (if soggy).  Once there – things improved.  John attended the ground-breaking and did some autocrossing.  He’ll bring souvenirs to the meeting to show people.  The trip home was fine.


Non-museum related – John went to Hastings a few weekends ago with Alex and the gang.  They mounted a camera to the top of John’s car and took pictures while he drove the course.  The photos and video can be found on Alex’s website - - the Hastings pictures are currently at the top of the archive section.


For the latest news and goings on at the museum go to


Sanction Key:
(S) or Sanctioned - National Sanctioned - points awarded per NCCC rulebook
(R) or Region-sanctioned - Events that are listed as Region Sanctioned are the same as non sanctioned events for any out of region entrants and no national points will be awarded. Region members will receive region competition points.
(NS) or Non-Sanctioned - No points awarded to any entrants.

Click on the host club name to retrieve club contact information

NOTE*** - this is a snapshot from the regional calendar the day I put together the newsletter.  For up-to-date info and any revised flyers, please go to , click on the 2008 Events link on the left hand side of the page, and you will get an up-to-date calendar.  Flyers don’t change often – but they sometimes do.




Sanction Info


05-23 to 05-26

Big Sky Meet, Bozeman, MT


(NS) NS-387-2



2 Low Speed Autocrosses - CSP Track


(R) 15-DTRC, 16-DTRC



2 Low Speed Autocrosses in Blackhawk


(R) 17-DCA, 18-DCA



Regional Governors Meeting, Lakewood, CO 303-709-9388




PC Show





3 Low Speed Autocrosses - Grand Junction Motor Speedway


(S) RM-294-004 & RM-294-005 (R) 1-CWCC



Vettes on Broadway PC Show


(R) 19-DCA


06-21 to 06-29

NCCC National Convention Tulsa, OK




National Governors Meeting Tulsa, OK




PC Show Keystone Event


(R) 22-DCA


2 Low Speed Autocrosses, Keystone Event


(R) 23-DCA, 24-DCA


Low Speed Autocross




Buffalo Bills Parade




2 Low Speed Autocrosses




LaJunta Track - Open Track Practice


(R) 21-DCA


La Junta track - Low Speed Time Trial


(S) RM-150-012


La Junta Track - High Speed Time Trial


(S) RM-114-011


LaJunta Track - Low Speed Time Trial


(S) RM-150-013


Peach Rally




1 Low Speed Autocross




2 Low Speed Autocrosses




Gimmick Rallye - Pagosa Springs


(R) 11-CSCC


PC Show




PC Show - Pagosa Springs


(R) 12-CSCC


PC Show in Kremmling




Dealer PC Show



08-30 to 09-01

Round-Up Event Casper, WY



09-12 to 09-13

National Governors Meeting St. Louis, MO.




Dealer PC Show (Date Tentative)




Regional Governors Meeting (Conference call meeting) 303-709-9388




2 Low Speed Autocrosses - CSP Track




2 Low Speed Autocrosses




Open Track Practice (am), Pueblo




High Speed Time Trial (pm), Pueblo




3 Low Speed Autocrosses




Regional Governors Meeting (Denver) 303-709-9388




All Hallows Eve Rally




Sno-Flake Rally



11-07 to 11-08

National Governors Meeting St. Louis, MO.




9 Shares & Vets Parade








Sno Big Deal PC Shows




Fun Rallys




Regional Governors Planning Meeting (Denver) 303-709-9388



Remember to check our website 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.

2007 Committees:

Dealer Rep

     Don P (3 yr term - begins 2008)

Membership & Directory

     Cathy S

Social Committee

     Carol A  Deana D    Mary Kay K    

Merchandise Committee

     Jackie M   Tanya R

Rally Committee

     Tim& Pat B, Phil O

Show Committee

     Don P   Dave C 

Corvette Museum Ambassador

     John H


     Mike P


     Nancy B    

Drag Racing Competition Director

     Joan B

Autocross Competition Director

     Frank A    Bill M    John M  Roger L

Tim’s Challenge Representative

     Carol P

Sno' Big Deal Extravaganza

     Bill S and/or  Mike D and Don R

Roving Reporter/Photographer

     Bill S.


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