The Governor’s meeting and NCCC meetings were held in St. Louis November 13-14, 2015.
The Midwest Region Annual Party will be held April 2, 2016 at the William Tell Hotel and Restaurant, Countryside Illinois. Cost per person for the party is $35.00 per person. Starts at 5:00 p.m. and ends at 11:00. Please see information in the white binder.
2016 MWR Sanction Planning Schedule is in the white binder. We will need workers for May 28 – May 30, 2016 in Bowling Green Kentucky, June 5 – June 6, 2016 in West Quincy, Missouri, and June 18 – 19, 2016 in Rantoul, Illinois.
A Memorial Day Motorsports Park Weekend will be held in Bowling Green, Kentucky May 28-30, 2016. Information and registration for this event is in the white binder. There is a sound limit on all cars during all events.
Several new insurance FAQ’s are also in the binder. Waivers no longer need to be held for 7 years. All waivers can be destroyed after 3 years if there is no problems. This new policy includes waivers for minors.
Family Helping Family Directory Update: The NCCC has updated the national directory. With many of us traveling, and not expecting issues, this directory could provide support in areas where members might need assistance. corvettesnccc.org/Family/index.html User name: NCCCHelp Password: QFHFnccc2015 If you are interested in volunteering for Family Helping Family helping in our area, please contact me or Denny Luther at email@example.com
FCOA (Future Corvette Owners of America) will celebrate their 25th anniversary in 2016. They have asked for donations for goodie bags for the kids.
I have submitted a letter to Patrick Dolan, Director of Charity for the NCCC, to consider St. Jude as their charity for 2016. They will no longer raffle a corvette. Instead, they will sell 2,000 raffle tickets for $50.00 each with the winner of the raffle to getting a portion of the raffle and the charity to receive a portion of the raffle. Details will follow.
This request will not benefit the St. Jude Corvette Drive, Car Show, or Mid-Illinois Corvette Club. The proceeds will go to St. Jude Children's Hospital.
Sandy Arnold. Governor.