Officers for 2013
(Left to Right): Tom Oktavec (Vice-President), Ryan Money (Webmaster), Vickie Huff (Secretary), Terry Robinholt (President), Greg Graham (Sales), Steve Hayworth (Treasurer)
|Meetings are held the first Monday of every month at 7.00 p.m. in the Sirloin Stockade, Columbus . If you need further information at this time email me.|
Click the link above to get to the club application form. You can print this out, either for yourself or for a friend, fill out the information at the bottom and bring it along to a club meeting or mail it in.
for the "Constitution and Bylaws" of the Club
This document is in Adobe PDF format. If you don't have the reader yet you can get it, free, from www.adobe.com
|The Corvette Club of Columbus Indiana was founded on April
We are currently celebrating our 35th anniversary!
We currently have 70 plus members and growing.
The clubs brick outside the Corvette Museum in Kentucky taken by John Berkemeier.
The club includes Corvettes from 1959 to 2011 C-6. We have several straight axle's, all the Mid Years, some Big Block's, Anniversary Models, a couple of Z06's, ZR-1 and a lot of C-4's & C-5's and C-6s.
If you are a true Corvette enthusiast and enjoy participating in club ctivities this club is for you.
|The purpose of our club is to encourage the preservation, ownership, and operation of Corvette cars; to provide and
regulate events and exhibitions for Corvette cars and their owners; to encourage safe and skillful driving on public highways.
Our club is dedicated to promoting:
Meetings are held the first Monday of each month,
unless it falls on a holiday. Then itís the second Monday. We meet at
the Sirloin Stockade 3114 North National Rd Columbus, IN 47201. Dinner is
5:30 p.m.; Meeting is 7:00 p.m.
Club dues are $ 36.00 Annually + $ 10.00 Initiation Fee (New members are Pro-Rated) Each member receives a Monthly Newsletter, a Club License Plate, a copy of the Constitution & Bi-Laws.
Membership in the club is restricted to owners of
Corvette cars, spouses, persons interested in Corvette cars, and the
purpose of the club. Applicants must have the approval of club members by
majority vote present at a regular scheduled meeting. New applicants are
allowed to attend one meeting and one event within a sixty-day period,
prior to his or her decision to join the club.
A few of our annual functions are, Traffic control
at the 4-H Fairgrounds - Q/Mix and the FairOaks Mall property when they have
their Fireworks Display.
Some of the charitable organizations we work with are: Ronald McDonald House, CASA, Salvation Army, Cheer Fund, Food Bank, Holiday Angel Tree, Love Chapel, Turning Point and the Horizon House.
Each year we have our Corvettes on display, for your
enjoyment, inside the FairOaks Mall, 2380 25th St Columbus, IN 47201. Itís usually
the end of April, during the weekend.
The variety of age groups that usually attend these shows is incredible. Itís certainly easy to talk about the older Corvettes with the baby boomers and older, but I really find it fascinating, how much interest there is from the younger generation.
There is plenty of good information on this website, about the club and its members, check it out.
You can also write to:
Corvette Club of Columbus, IN