award. In 2011 Jeffrey Duda, the Club President at the time was elected the Car Guy of the Year for the Club’s work in
supporting the yet to be built, Jake’s Place Boundless Playground.
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Early in the morning on September 27th a group of 10 Corvettes from the OGSCC met at The Recovery Room near exit 5 of the NJ Turnpike for a run to NJ Cars and Coffee in Millstone, NJ. After our owners and passengers were ready to go we got on the road for the trip two ex
its north on the Turnpike. It sure felt good to flex our horsepower and get some rubber on the road. The Mobil 1 was warm and flowing smoothly while we were cruising along getting our photos and videos taken by some crazy people driving by us. Upon arriving at the Moto Business Park we were directed to park on the side of the road that ran around the perimeter of the park. Our owners and their passengers got out and left us sitting there while they walked around looking at the hundred
s of other cars there of all makes and models from the very old to the brand new. There were some of our family members there from our fore fathers of the C1 generation to the young hot shots with all of their high tech stuff from the new C7 generation. After our owners got back from their walk we got to cruise through part of the other cars on our way out it was good to see some old friends and family members on the way out. The ride home was uneventful and I was not looking forward to being stuck in the garage again. The next NJ Cars and Coffee is on October 18th but I won’t get to go because I will probably be stuck in the garage again while my owners go to the Smithville Corvette Rendezvous and get to hang out with over 200 of my other family members.
By The Vette
This past Sunday, September 20th, 25 OGSCC members gathered in Ocean City, N.J. for the A Day at the Beach Corvette Style sponsored by Boardwalk Corvettes from Atlantic City, N.J. We caravanned over from Micky D’s to the airport for staging for the traditional parade to the boardwalk with 450 other Corvettes from the Tri-State area. We entered the Boardwalk at 14th Street with a huge crowd greeting the cars and drive 2 abreast down the Boardwalk to the Music Pier and then line up from there. The weather was excellent as there was a steady breeze and partly sunny. Everyone brought their car show chairs and we enjoyed the parade of folks viewing the cars. This was a huge day for Ocean City, the vendors on the Boardwalk and all the show cars who attended. This event has grown in popularity over the years and now is a pre-registration only event. If you want to join the event and be at the shore, watch for the early registration notification sent by your club in the early Spring.