ACCC Holiday Party
Annual Christmas Party, Aquia Harbor Country Club, 2:00 pm.: Event chair is Bettie Shepherd. Members will pay $10 for the dinner and non-members will pay $31. A voluntary gift exchange will take place so come prepared to “steal” a great gift from one of your friends. We also encourage you to bring an unwrapped gift for Toys for Tots. Mary Anne will collect the toys and deliv-er them to the Marine Reserves. The new club officers will be installed at the party. Please come to congratulate them for vol-unteering to be leaders of the ACCC. Contact Bettie with your reservation and payment ASAP at email@example.com. A complete description of the meal and gift exchange has been posted already.
All Corvette Show sponsored by Battlefield Corvette Club
Battlefield Corvette Club Annual All Corvette Car Show at Wegmans in Central Park, Fredericksburg. The show is October 25 from 9-3 and benefits the Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center and Wounded Warriors EOD. More information is in the newsletter.
The purpose of this non-profit organization shall be to
provide educational needs for those with Corvettes, and for
the preservation, restoration, and enjoyment of all Corvettes.
Creek Corvette Club (ACCC) was formed in September 1987
by a group of
die-hard Corvette enthusiasts from Aquia
Harbor in Stafford, VA. The name was selected reflecting
the Club's geographic and historical origins in Old Dominion.
Through hard work and commitment, ACCC has enjoyed constant
growth and now boasts nearly 60 members representing nearly
80 Corvettes, from a 1953 to 2014. ACCC membership consists
primarily of Stafford County residents, but has members from
Prince William, Fairfax, Fauquier,Spotsylvania, Orange, Culpeper,
Louisa counties as well and one member in California.
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