Celebrating a half of a century of service, the Central Arkansas Corvette Club continues to improve the lives of Arkansans through its philanthropic support of organizations across the Natural State.
With more than 300 members across Central Arkansas, the Corvette Club promotes community service + fellowship among Corvette enthusiasts with events throughout the year. Some of its members shared their Corvettes in the Inviting Arkansas April issue’s fashion editorial – it’s with heartfelt gratitude that we extend a BIG thank you!
April 19-21, the Corvette Club and fellow Corvette enthusiasts will head to Hot Springs for the 20th Annual Corvette Show, benefitting local charities including Ronald McDonald House Charities of Arkansas, Beyond Boundaries, Spina Bifida Support Group and more.
We asked a few members what they enjoy most about the club + the annual show:
Corvette Club FAV?
Larry & Wista Jones: visiting with club members and making some very good friends
Annual Corvette Show FAV?
Bill Carson: seeing 200-250 ‘Vettes on the convention floor. Hog Heaven — uh, VETTE HEAVEN
Corvette Club Philanthropy because…
Bill McHaney: it’s a club that is eager to help others in the community who are less fortunate
Photography by Caleb Shane. Left to right: Frank Russell for Larry & Ellen Botsford, Dan Tucker, Bill McHaney, Greg Cypert, Bill Carson, Larry & Wista Jones, L.J. & Marissa Barger