Lake Tahoe Corvette Club seeks members |

Lake Tahoe Corvette Club seeks members

Provided to the Tribune Lake Tahoe Corvette Club members making a $7,500 donation to the Angora Fire Fund on behalf of the club are, from left, Cliff Taylor, Mark Lucksinger, Rich Gilbert, Sharon Taylor and Barbara Coe.

Calling Corvette owners around the Carson Valley and Lake Tahoe who would like to meet other Corvette owners and enjoy Corvette-related activities:

We want you.

The Lake Tahoe Corvette Club was formed in 1989 by a group of Corvette owners from Lake Tahoe and the greater Carson Valley, who all share an interest in an American heritage – the Chevrolet Corvette. Starting as a pure social club, the LTCC has evolved to an active membership with an increased social calendar and links/interaction with other clubs.

Meetings, which alternate between Lake Tahoe and Carson City, are scheduled the first Tuesday of each month from March through November. The next meeting is March 4. As the Tahoe area is second home to many, some members reside out of the area and participate with the club when in the vicinity. New members always are welcome.

For meeting times and location, contact the club by signing the guest book page at, or call club president Barbara Coe at (775) 629-9283.

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