Yearly Archives: 2017

12/10/17 COTV Holiday Party

Posted October 13, 2017

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COTV PREZ & THE LEADERSHIP TEAM SINGING
“DECK THE HALLS”

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AND THEN THE PREZ SHOWS OFF HIS MOVES!

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Sunday Dec. 10th

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The Journey Restaurant @ Pechanga

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Social hour beginning at 6 P.M. [no host bar]
Cynthia Lee, a jazz vocalist, will be performing
“American Jazz Standards”

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Dinner Buffet at 7 P.M.

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Entertainment at 8 P.M.

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$55.00 per person [$110.00] per couple.
Non members $110.00 each.

Note: prices are the same as last year.
(COTV is underwriting approximately 1/2 the cost.)

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If you plan on attending, RSVP Jim at CotvEvents@gmail.com

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(This is VERY Important!)

You Must RSVP By Saturday, November 25

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Send check to COTV P.O. box 890511 Temecula Ca 92589

It’s a Holiday Party, a good time to Dress Up.

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CLICK ON THIS LINK FOR THE MENU !

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11/12/17 Vettes for Veterans

Posted October 13, 2017

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TO PARK TOGETHER WE MUST ARRIVE TOGETHER

TO ARRIVE WITH THE REST OF US,

YOU MUST BE IN THE CARAVAN LEAVING FROM KOHL’S

TO PARK WITH EVERYONE ELSE WHO PRE-REGISTERED,

YOU MUST ALSO PRE-REGISTER
(NON PRE-REGISTER ENTRANTS GO IN A DIFFERENT LINE).

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For COTV Caravan info contact
Jim Sommars
COTVEvents@gmail.com
951-304-3625

That way the caravan won’t leave without you
(presuming you are on time).

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Saturday, November 12, 2017

At The Shoppes at Carlsbad


In this the sixth year of our car show we once again will split the net proceeds between the Semper Fi Fund and the Paralyzed Veterans of America, Cal-Diego chapter. To date these car shows have raised over $110,000.

 


This year the event is on Sunday, November 12, the day after Veterans Day. Again this year the event will be at The Shoppes at Carlsbad with lots of patriotic red, white and blue, a DJ, prizes, spectacular raffle baskets and extraordinary silent auction items. And this year we are anticipating about 250 Corvettes.

 


**Note that this year we will have goodie bags only for the first 150 to pre-register. So, get your registration in early. And please spread the word.


Please see our flyer and registration form (below) for more information, and for even more, you can email event Chairman Ed Reardon, docreardon@mindspring.com, 714-231-6109

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VETTES for VETERANS

 

An ALL CORVETTE car show Honoring San Diego Area Veterans. All proceeds will go to
Paralyzed Veterans
of America, CalDiego Chapter, and the Semper FI Fund of San Diego

DJ….Raffle Prizes….Silent Auction….Dash plaques and goody bags for the first 150 pre-registrants ….Sign up now, space is limited!

Cash Awards…1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in ALL Generations.

Best of Show ”….Bridgestone or Fire­stone tire certificate valued at $500.00.

Sunday, November 12, 2017

 

WHEN.….Sunday, November 12th. No rain date—No refunds
WHERE…The Shoppes at Carlsbad, 2525 El Camino Real, Carlsbad
TIME…….REGISTRATION FROM 7AM-9AM, car show 10AM-3PM
If you want to park together, you must arrive together

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Name:______________________________________________________

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Phone:_________________________

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Address:____________________________________________________

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City:___________________________

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State:_____________ Zip:_____________

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Club:____________________________________________________



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E-mail:____________________________________



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Year of Vett:_____________ Color:___________________________

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If you are a veteran check here: _____________-

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As a participant in “VETTES for VETERANS”, the undersigned agrees to hold harmless North Coast Vetts, Weseloh Chevrolet, and The Shoppes at Carlsbad from any known or unknown damages, injuries, losses, judgements, and/or claims of any kind that may be suffered by/from any entrant to his person or property.

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Signature:_____________________________________________________

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Date:________________________



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For informatin contact Co-Chair Ed Reardon,

docreardon@mindspring.com, 714-231-6109

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Mail $35.00 payment payable to NORTH COAST VETTES, care of:

Ed Reardon, 23412 Pacific Park Dr.,#10J, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656

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Cost…….Advance Registration $35. Advance Registration ends Friday, November 5.
Day-of-Show Registration $45.

 

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11/08/17 Breakfast Social @ Breakfast House, Los Tejabanes

Posted October 12, 2017

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I t ’ s  T i m e  t o  E a t  A g a i n
C o r v e t t e s  o f  T e m e c u l a  V a l l e y  M e m b e r s
O u r  l a s t  b r e a k f a s t 
for 2017 will be

Wednesday, November 8 @ 9am

Location: Breakfast House, Los Tejabanes

27701 Scott Road, Menifee, CA 92584
Phone 951-301-7246

www.breakfasthouselostejabanes.com

(West of I-215 @ Hahn Rd)

RSVP by Friday, November 3, 2017

Carol Buote – 909-615-2416 or carol.buote@yahoo.com

Marilyn Watson – 909-709-5419 or mwatson@michellesplace.org

Hope to see you there!

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10/29/2017 Mystery Lunch Run Hosted by Lynne & John Vara

Posted October 11, 2017

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We have SOME details for the

October 29 MLR
Hosted by Lynne & John Vara

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We will be meeting at Kohls

at 0900 and departing at 0930.

First a Drive & Then Lunch!

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The restaurant can easily accommodate 100 or more people
and the parking is paved.

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They want 50% deposit at time of booking
and paid in full 3 days in advance.

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Champagne Brunch Buffet – $31
(includes tax and tip)

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Unlimited – Champagne, Eggs to Order, Carving station Prime Rib, Turkey and Pork. Mexican, Asian, Italian. Oysters, Peel and Eat Shrimp, Cracked Crab Legs. Salad Bar, Fruit Bar, Dessert Bar.
Drinks & Coffee.

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If you would like to attend, please reply to JVara27@yahoo.com by 9/29,
(I just need a count for now.)

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Full payment at the next COTV meeting on 10/12.

 

If you plan on attending, and….

especially, if you want to eat lunch

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RSVP John

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JVara27@yahoo.com

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(This is VERY, VERY Important!)

RSVP By Friday, September 29

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We are having problems at the Restaurants

because some members are not

RSVPing for Themselves or their Guests.

We’d Love To Have You There…. but,

Our MLRs have a lot of attendees.

We can’t just show up with more

folks and expect to be seated.

You need to RSVP.

10/25/2017 Sponsor Appreciation Dinner – Pizza Factory

Posted October 11, 2017

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dinner is served..

Come join us as we thank one of our COTV Sponsors
by having dinner at their restaurant.


When:
Wednesday October 25 @ 6:00 PM

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Where:
Pizza Factory

31725 Temecula Pkwy, Temecula

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10/20/17 Great Oaks High School Homecoming

Posted October 11, 2017

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Happy to report that Bruce, Bill, Mickey and Simon transported the Cornerstone royalty without any mishaps other than the princes who had trouble opening the doors😉

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10/14/17 – 10/21/17 COTV Princess Cruise

Posted October 3, 2017

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For those of you who are still thinking of joining
the Mexican Riveria cruise in October,
you are just a little late.


But you can enjoy the pics.


Join the Crowthers, Finchs, Hellmans, Lokkens, Sommars’, Watsons & Webers on the Mexican Rivera!

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The journey:

 Sun. Oct. 15 At Sea

  TO GO TO THE PICTURES PAGE , GO HERE

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Mon. Oct. 16 At Sea
TO GO TO THE PICTURES PAGE , GO HERE

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Tues. Oct. 17 Puerto Vallarta, Mexico


TO GO TO THE PICTURES PAGE , GO HERE

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Wed. Oct. 18 Mazatlán, Mexico


TO GO TO THE PICTURES PAGE , GO HERE

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Thu. Oct. 19 Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

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Fri. Oct. 20 At Sea

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Sat. Oct. 21 Los, Angeles

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10/13/17 Homecoming Halftime Activities

Posted October 3, 2017

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 Happy to report that Bruce, Bill, Mickey and Simon transported the Cornerstone royalty without any mishaps other than the princes who had trouble opening the doors😉

(Which is more than can be said for the webmaster who got a little confused)

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2016 Mark Morris Homecoming | Columbia River Corvettes
 

9/30/17 CLASSIC CAR CRAZE AT THE CORN MAZE

Posted October 1, 2017

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CLASSIC CAR CRAZE AT THE CORN MAZE

Though not an official “Corvette” event, several COTV members participated in the 5th Annual Classic Car Craze at the Corn Maze car show on Saturday, September 30, 2017 at Big Horse Feed in Temecula. The Car Craze is essentially a hot rod and custom car show but a number of trucks, low riders, rat rods, and other vehicles were on display. One highlight was “Big Foot”, a monster pickup truck that crushed several junk cars by driving over them multiple times. Big Foot also made a lot of noise, did “wheelies” and bounces, and kicked up dirt and dust while turning tight circles. All quite dramatic. Other activities besides cars were a zip line, climbing walls, and the traditional corn maze that will be open until Halloween. Additionally there were product vendors and food booths. Proceeds from the show were to be donated to military and veteran organizations.

COTV was in the mix. John and Fritzi McDermott displayed their custom C3 Corvette.  Former members, Captain Norm Craig and Ronnie Garduno brought their beautiful ’66 Sting Ray coupe.  Bill Stedfield brought his C6 and Dayton Taylor entered his ’41 Lincoln Zephyr pulling a 1952 travel trailer. Among the spectators were Hans Boers, who decided not to bring his ’55 Dodge sedan, Bob Smith and Rose Streets, Ted Carli, who is between Corvettes right now but who was helping at the show, and Al Hackworth. Al did not have his Corvette but he was last seen trying to steal the store’s 1948 Ford tractor. We will have to see if he brings it to the next MLR.

Precision Alignment and Brake, a COTV sponsor, was also a sponsor of the Corn Maze Show. Scott Dittmer, owner of Precision, was in charge of running the show and his golf cart hardly ever stopped moving.

Danny “Count” Koker, star of “Counts Kustoms” on the History Channel, and his painter Ryan were judges and award presenters and they spent a lot of time mixing with the crowd.

Excellent weather, beautiful machines, nice folks to chat with. Car Craze at the Corn Maze made for a fun day.

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09/24/17 MLR Hosted by Bruce Mofford

Posted September 4, 2017

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COTV Mystery Lunch Run, hosted by Bruce Mofford (The Bat), September 24
(by Darlena Stevens)

Bruce Mofford led our COTV members and guests on a fantastic run through the De Luz area north of Fallbrook.

The group of 30 cars started out from the Black Angus parking lot at 9:30AM. We couldn’t meet at the usual Kohl’s parking area because the Michele’s Place Walk of Hope for breast cancer was being held in the area. Jim and Diane Sommars drove by Kohl’s to make sure no one missed the revised meeting place at the Black Angus parking lot instead. They were delayed by the activities in the area but still made it in time for the start of run. Thanks to Diane and Jim for looking out for our members!

We welcomed several guests to the MLR. Elizabeth and Mark Noakes were excited to join us with their sparkling new white Corvette. They are friends of Teresa and Simon Bleeker.  Elizabeth says she has admired Corvettes since she was a young girl (not that long ago) and this is her first Vette. We can look forward to the Noakes joining our club. Evan and Murry VanLeuevon were there with Lisa and Rick Servante. The Servantes were previous members of COTV and are planning to rejoin. Eva was rightfully proud to show off their beautiful, recently purchased, 2008 white Vette with black and red interior. Bill Stedfield brought his step-son Nick along for the ride as well. Another highlight was the beautifully restored 1966 Silver (show quality) Corvette brought by Woody Woodall and admired by all.

Since we had 30 cars, we broke into two groups. Bruce led the first group and the second group was led by John and Lynne Vara. The route took us through the hills west of Temecula and into the back country of De Luz. We pretty much had the roads to ourselves but the twists and turns kept our speed at a reasonable rate and allowed us to enjoy the scenery along the way. The oak trees created a beautiful canopy across the roads and we passed horse farms and many citrus and avocado groves.

Bruce had arranged for two stops along the way. The first one at the historic site of the De Luz Post Office and De Luz School, both built in the early 1900s. The site is well kept and gave us a glimpse into the past and this still very rural area. The next top was at the De Luz Fire Station #16. This was a short stop where we were welcomed to use the station’s restrooms and talk with the firemen/woman and see their facilities. We were intrigued with their rig and the nicely maintained station. What a great service these men and women provide to the hill country of De Luz.

The end of the run dropped us into the community of Fallbrook where Bruce had pre-arranged our lunch stop at the Firehouse Que & Brew on Main Street. The restaurant was ready with our orders and it did not take long at all for the food to be delivered. We enjoyed the barbeque meats and sides; the setting was nice for our group and we thanked Bruce for a run that was unique and well-planned. A raffle was held and won by Teresa Bleeker, who was so excited because she “never wins anything”. We all think she is a winner every day with her bubbly personality and enjoyment of life. The gift was a car detail at Paradise Chevrolet.

About 6 cars joined up with Bruce on the drive back to Temecula while the rest hung around longer at the Firehouse restaurant or went their own way. This was a great run for the end of Summer and start of Fall.

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