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Celebrating 40 Years!
The Chevrolet Corvette is the true American Sports Car, and ownership is a lifestyle, a way of life, and an endless adventure enjoyed by everyone who has ever driven, or ridden in one.
The Santa Clarita Valley Corvette Club was established in 1978 by a small group of Corvette owners to bring together enthusiasts from all walks of live to share in the adventures experienced in Corvette ownership. Like the Corvette itself, our club continues to evolve, improve, and change. For love of country, love of the corvette, and bonding friendship, all corvette owners are encouraged to become part of our outstanding club as we celebrate our 40th Anniversary.
Some of us, maybe a good number of us, remember when the first Corvette rolled off the line in 1953.
Dwight has been a member of the SCVCC since 2012, and has served on the Board of Directors since 2013. His service began on the Activities Committee in 2013, and was elected as the clubs President in 2014. Dwight’s love of the Corvette started with his first Corvette, a 1958, which he bought while in high school in 1961. A few corvettes later he purchased a 1961 Corvette in 2003, and fully restored it to NCRS Top Flight Status. To keep the 1961 company, he purchased a special edition 2013 60th Anniversary Corvette, which led him and his wife (Janene) to become members of the club. Dwight and Janene are avid Corvette lovers, and believe in driving the only true “American Sports Car”.
Jim and his wife (Glenda) joined SCVCC in 1985. This after purchasing a 1957 Corvette convertable as a restoration project. Impatience got the best of the Fulmers while finishing their ’57 restoration, which led to the purchase of a new 1988 Silver Corvette convertible. Jim served as secretary from 1988-89 and today still serves as club Vice President.>
Ron joined the SCVCC in 2014 after being adopted by the Club on the 2014 National Corvette Caravan trip. He was elected to the Board in 2015 and has been the secretary since then. He has had a love for Corvettes since owning a 1969 coupe. He now has a 2017 Z06, which is his sixth Corvette. He is looking forward to the 2019 Caravan.
Elke has loved Corvettes ever since she was young girl. While she attended UCLA, the owner of the business where she worked let her drive his 1978 C3. After that, she was hooked. She was determined that at some point in time, she would own her very own Corvette. Well, that dream came true when she ordered her Lemans Blue Coupe C6 in 2006. As it turned out, Tommy (her husband to be), who lived on the East Coast at that time, also had ordered a 2006 C6. Together, Elke and Tommy have owned five Corvettes. They joined the SCVCC in 2009. Elke first served on the board as VP in 2012 and is currently serving as the club’s Treasurer.
Judy Woodings has been the SCVCC Membership Chair since 2014 and was the Quartermaster for two years before that. She had her best first-date in a Corvette in 1971 and has been a Vette-Gal ever since. Cross-country runs are great if a quilt shop is included from time to time. Judy enjoys co-piloting and discussing our trips along the road on the two-way radio. Additionally, she loves the dating feel of her Torch Red 2017 Grand Sport and a Tuxedo Black 1962, but especially recommends the ’62 for the elbow to elbow closeness!
Mike Woodings has been the SCVCC Newsletter Editor since 2012 and is a previous club VP. Mike has been a Corvette owner since 1971 and an enthusiast even longer. He is a believer in the philosophy that Corvettes were made to be driven and is particularly interested in overnight runs and cross-country caravans. He and his co-pilot Judy have participated in two National Corvette Caravans and are looking forward to 2019. Mike owns a Torch Red 2017 Grand Sport and a Tuxedo Black 1962, both convertibles. What more can be said, but, “Save the Wave”!
Anthony has been an auto enthusiast all his life. He began customizing revel plastic models of the hot cars of the 50’s and 60’s. Then, a few more years into his life, after owning 31 various vehicles he took a leap. He was introduced to the SCVCC by joining in on a run to “Browning Oldsmobile” Oldsmobile/Corvette private collection in 2013. Anthony drove a red 2012 Volkswagen beetle in the middle of a chain of Corvettes. “After a trip to the National Corvette Museum with my best friend who was convinced to order a new 2014 Vette, I came home and placed an order for a 2015 Vette. I then began attending SCVCC meetings and events and soon became a member. This club is a great platform to meet new friends and participate in many different events.”
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Janene has been a member of the SCVCC since 2013 and has served as an Activities Coordinator since 2014. Janene was a Mustang lover until she married Dwight and they bought their first Corvette in 1972. They bought a 1968 L88 Corvette, and Janene was addicted to Corvette from that day on. She loved the 1968, appreciates the 1961, but totally loves the 2013 Corvette. Janene and Dwight have literally driven their Corvette from coast to coast, and have enjoyed some amazing trips with our Corvette family. The Corvette has become a lifestyle, and has allowed us to make amazing friendships over the past 5 years.
Glenda joined SCVCC in 1985 with her husband and our club Vice President Jim. Glenda has served as one of our club Activities Coordinators over the past two years. Although they’ve had several Corvettes over the years, Glenda’s favorite is their new 2016 Z06 – which is a close second to the 1957.
Joyce joined the SCVCC in 2014 after meeting Club members on the 2014 National Corvette Caravan. She was elected to the Board in 2015 and has been a member of the Activities committee ever since. She and her husband, Ron, own a 2017 Z06. This is the fifth Corvette she has owned. She enjoys the Club activities, especially the drives to new locations.
Mark has always had a passion for cars. When he was a young lad, he used to name make and models on sight. A few of his favorite cars are ’66 Buick Riviera, and ’57 Thunderbird, and ’67 GTO. Oh yeah, its a Ford, but how did the Corvette passion begin? “When I was a kid there was a guy next door that had a silver C2 Corvette – so cool. Remember, this was a car that astronauts and special agents drove on TV. Hippo, the guy next door used to make the headlights go up and down to the delight of me and my friends.” That was the start of it. Since then, I’ve always had an eye for that car.” Although Mark never became an astronaut, he did manage to make a decent living in IT, which has helped with his assistance in club “Tech” including the club website and other club needs.
SCVCC Bylaws & Rules
Santa Clarita Valley Corvette Club Governance
This section provides access to the policies and rules that govern our operations as an organization. Governance is the system by which a committee ensures an organization's responsibilities are met. For the Santa Clarita Valley Corvette Club, this means maintaining a framework for operations including the processes by which our club is operated, guided and held to account. This involves authority, accountability, direction and control.