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Our calendar contains social and competition events hosted by Cornhusker Corvette Club. It also includes select National Council of Corvette Clubs and Western Region meetings.

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If you haven't renewed your membership yet, the deadline is November 3rd to avoid a $20 late fee.  Bring your renewal form () and payment to the general meeting this Thursday, Oct 19th, or you can mail them directly to:

Tom Horeis
2790 S. 165th Ave
Omaha, NE 68138
(checks made out to Cornhusker Corvette Club). 

The renewal form is attached here. 
Click on the form to download.
Contact Chris Tooker for any questions.


Mid America Motorworks & Harchelroad Motors Announce 2018 Funfest in the Midwest at Motorsports Park Hastings

Yager and Harchelroad Families team up for Corvette weekend at the trackImperial, NE. Corvette-Chevrolet dealer Harchelroad Motors in Imperial, Neb. and Corvette aftermarket parts and accessories manufacturer, Mid America Motorworks in Effingham, Ill. are teaming up to present Corvette enthusiasts with a weekend designed for experiencing all years of Corvettes to their fullest. From car shows and track events to live entertainment, June 1-3, 2018 promises to be three full days of high-octane excitement at Motorsports Park Hastings, in Hastings, Neb.

It’s no surprise that Harchelroad Motors and Mid America Motorworks have come together to create Funfest in the Midwest. Both companies are family owned - with Mike and Laurie Yager at the helm, along with their sons Michael Jr. and Blake Yager- Mid America Motors is fueled by a combined 75 years of experience in the Corvette aftermarket. Likewise, Harchelroad Motors’ four generations of fun-filled sales and service means that they’ve been keeping Corvette, Chevrolet, and Buick drivers on the road for 86 years, all while offering over 200 brands of farm machinery to customers near and far.

“Once we started talking about this idea, I knew it was an opportunity we wanted to pursue,” Yager said. “Sid and I have knowledge and expertise to share with enthusiasts and Corvette Clubs from all over the USA, especially the Midwest. In return, they get to enjoy the social aspect of the hobby without traveling too far from home - what can be better than that?” 

The June event will take place at Motorsport Park Hastings (MPH), a first-class, 2.14-mile road course. Named one of the top 10 places to speed legally by Forbes magazine, this course was designed by Alan Wilson as well as reviewed and approved by renowned racetrack consultant
Martyn Thake from the SCCA.

Sid Harchelroad, along with son Dillon and brother Brian, all promise the event to be an impressive one. Participants can expect to experience competitive racing with NSAA Corvette race teams, car shows, parade laps, novice laps and race school. Additionally, many major Corvette vendors will be on-site for demonstrations and seminars. There will be Dj entertainment and a banquet on Friday night. The Long Run Band will perform on Saturday night in Hastings at the fairgrounds too! “This is going to be a big event for MPH and the surrounding communities,” says Sid Harchelroad!

More details about the MPH Hastings Corvette event will be added to the Funfest Events website at or as they develop.

***This event will be very popular, and hotels are already filling up.  Gene Gau is reserving several rooms for our club. If you would like to attend, please contact Gene ASAP to reserve your room.

Upcoming Events at a Glance - (check Calendar for details)

10/21 (Saturday), CCC Picnic & Movie Night (Gene/Kathy Gau):
Join us at the infamous Lucky Duck Garage (10409 S. 36 St, Bellevue, NE) for our 2nd annual CCC picnic.  The club will furnish the chicken and everyone can bring a side dish (salad, dessert, etc.).  We’ll enjoy a fun “indoor picnic” and a movie, along with the opportunity to make a donation to help stamp out polio for Gene’s Rotary Club.
Oct 19 (Thurs)* Gen’l meeting, Bel-Air Banquet Hall
(dinner 6p, mtg 730–830p, social 830-9p)

Oct 24 (Tuesday), Meet & Greet at Ragazzi’s Pizza (168th & Center): 
Meet around 6pm for dinner at one of our contributors!

11/5 (Sun) Bellevue Little Theatre & Dinner following at Catfish Lake:
See the play "Mash" at 2pm (tickets $15pp) with dinner around 430pm.  NEED A HEADCOUNT!  Sign up sheet will be available at the Oct general meeting.

**REMINDER" to bring the following donation items to our CCC General Meetings:

Non perishable food donations for Sienna Francis House (Jerry Koraleski)
Toiletries for Mohm's & other Homeless Shelters (Kathy Brisbois)
NO newspapers for HUA (JB) for the next few months.  JB will resume taking newspapers In November!

Other Area Seasonal & Car Shows of Interest (NOT CCC Socials)
This is a “Partial” list only ; see 2017 Car Council Book for more info

  • Tuesday nights, ongoing thru?? – Car show at Smitty’s Garage (CCC Contributor):  7610 Dodge St:  Starts at 5pm, bring your “sweet rides” from 5-10pm and get 10% off food & they’ll have awesome drink specials & great burgers.
  • Friday nights, Starts April 21st thru October 27th – Car show at Don & Millie’s:  144th & Harrison:  Anytime after 5pm & driving a show car will get you up to two ½ price meal tickets
  • 4th Friday of each month – May thru August – Cruz Nite at We’ll Smoke U BBQ:  11773 S HWY 6, Gretna, NE
      Cruzer specials and Wheelin ‘N Dealin band (one of our new contributors) plays outside on the patio


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