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Welcome to Corvettes de Olympia
Founded in 1972
 
OUR NEXT MEETING
 
Our next meeting starts at 6:00 PM
on
Wednesday, 8 Oct. 2014
at Hawks Prairie Restaurant in Lacey
 
We have a social hour with dinner at 6 PM
and the meeting begins at 7:00 PM
(the meeting room is to the right when you enter the restaurant)
 
For information about the meeting
or directions to the Hawks Prairie Restaurant
check out the next meeting on our
Event Calendar
 

The purpose of the club is to:
  • Develop friendship and pride among Corvette owners and drivers
  • Encourage skillful, safe, and sportsmanlike driving habits on the highways
  • Improve relations between the community and Corvette people
  • Actively promote, sponsor, organize, and supervise sportscar competition, outings, meetings, and other Corvette or sports car activities

The club is a great opportunity to meet other Corvette owners, their families, take part in the many events and activities we do, and experience the fun of Corvette ownership

 

 
Come join the fun!  
      
 
                                                 
 
 

  


 
 
 
 
 
Hello All
Got another action packed newsletter for you. It's not going to be hard to stay alert with these pages when taking a look at all the fun pictures of Corvette de Olympia Corvette Club with other corvette clubs having the fun corvettes are built for...food, family, and driving!!!
Inside this edition you'll find:
  1. Capital City Vette Fest 2014
  2. Do Over Tour of Johnston Ridge Observatory, Mt. St Helen's, by Denny and Josette MIller
  3. Camp Promise (for Muscle Dystrophy), by Robert Mckibbin and Don Patnoe
  4. Road Hunting in Oregon, by Duncan and Dee (great for side tours)
  5. Last months Meeting Minutes
  6. Current Calendar of Events by Josette Miller
This months Trivia box is loaded with information about the National Corvette Museum decision regarding the 'Sink Hole'.
Just fix that cup of java and sit back with this month's issue and enjoy!
 
 


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