Niagara Corvette Club
Celebrating Our 38th Year
Vision Statement: The Niagara Corvette Club is a friendly, safe and affordable car club dedicated to
learning, respect for all and enjoyment in all aspects of the sport of corvettes and fundraising..
Remember last years cover? Copy on page two. A number of the women wanted a similar picture of husky men and
this is the result. Hope you women enjoy the equal space.
Meetings: 8:00 p.m. 1st Tuesday every month Frado’s Italian Restaurant
535 Queenston Street St. Catharine’s, Ontario.
Niagara Corvette Club P.O. Box 30067
St. Catharine’s, Ontario
President: Harold Anders Last year’s
Phone:(905) 684-3025 cover with
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Vice-President: Bill Colclough
year with husky
men. See result
Treasurer: John Mytroen
Secretary: Chris Copeland
Phone: (905) 641-0114
Past President: George Dalbergs
Phone: (905) 682-2310 REMINDER
Remember that March is the last month to submit mem-
Social: Lynn Mytroen bership renewals. If you have not renewed by the
Phone: (905) 834-4442 March meeting of the Club, your name will be removed
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org from the membership list. Harold Anders
Committee Positions MEMBERSHIP FEE STRUCTURE:
Newsletter: Ian Bell Full Member: $.65.00 per year
Phone: (905) 957-2167 Associate Member: $65.00 per year
E-mail: email@example.com Fees are due by the first meeting in February.
Fees are non-refundable.
Web site: Bill Colclough Application form is in the news letter
Phone: (905) 371-0434
Membership: Gail Anders
Phone: (905) 684-3025
Harold Anders NCC Club members, if you have any item which may
Phone:(905) 684-3025 be of interest to our club members please send the ar-
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ticle to the editors. Ian & Jackie
Historian: Stan Goosen
From the President Pres
F ebruary is now upon us, and it is the month in which vided to George in his work as President and by Marilyn
the Niagara Corvette Club holds the Annual General Dalbergs (former First Lady) was also noted by the
Meeting (AGM) of the membership. The focus of the membership.
AGM is to review the Club’s activities of the previous
year, in particular the financial performance of the Club. J ohn Mytroen, Treasurer, then provided the financial
performance report for the Club. John provided
thanks to Gloria Drake for her assistance in preparing
Prior to the AGM business, on a somber note, this report. 2010 proved to be a banner year for the Club,
Wendy Bas provided an update on the health of her Step- with the performance of the Club being very close to
father, Larry Keighan, a member of the Club. Larry is budget, and an unprecedented $24,000 being raised for
battling a life-threatening illness. The membership the Niagara Peninsula Children’s Centre. Unanimous
wishes him all the best in his struggle. Also, it was with approval of the 2010 budget report was provided by the
a sad heart that I informed the membership of the passing membership. After presenting and explaining the pro-
of one of our members, Bill Jorgens. In recognition of posed 2011 Budget, approval was provided by the mem-
Bill, the Club will be making a donation to the Heart and bership. We now have a foundation for 2011.
Stroke Foundation of Ontario, in his memory.
O n a more positive note, George Dalbergs presented B ill Colclough, Vice-President, outlined initial plans
for Club projects, which includes the investigation
a “Thank You” gift to Klaus Reif, for his thought- of obtaining Club flags for our Corvettes. Bill also an-
ful and consistent support of the Club. A hearty “Thank nounced his intention to serve as Show Coordinator for
You” was provided to Klaus the 2011 Car Show. Work for the show will be getting
from the membership for his in- underway in earnest shortly and once again we are hop-
volvement in the Club. ing for the continued support and participation from the
The new Executive also took ad- membership.
vantage of the AGM to more for- The highly successful 2010 social and driving activities
mally thank the outgoing Execu- of the Club were outlined by Lynn Mytroen, Social
tive members (who were present) Committee Chair. Lynn also outlined preliminary plans
for their service and commitment for 2011, which is promising to be a terrific year. Please
to the Club. A sincere thank refer to other segments of the Newsletter for further de-
you and a token of the mem- tails.
bership’s appreciation were Gail Anders’ report of the membership indicated that to
provided to Dave Drake (Past- date, our membership renewals have been very good.
Presi- We would like to welcome two new members: Bob
dent), Josefchak and Rick Gladman. Bill Heersping also at-
Gloria tended the meeting and indicated that he intends to join
Drake the Club in March. Welcome gentlemen.
Stimulated by his fabulous work as Editor of our News-
letter, Ian Bell stated that he would also like to take on
the duties of our Club’s Website Master. Bill Colclough
will be assisting Ian in expanding his great work in the
Club. Thank you Ian for your dedication.
The AGM highlighted that one of the main benefits of
membership in the Club is the friendship and interests
that develop among the Club members through participa-
tion in events and activities. All members are encour-
aged to contact any of the Executive to submit and dis-
(Treasurer), and George Dal- cuss your ideas for events and activities.
bergs (President, transitioning Together, we can all look forward to enjoying our Cor-
to Past-President). vettes for another year of safe and happy motoring.
The outstanding support pro- Remember to “Save the Wave !”,Harold.
Minutes from Last Meeting Pres
Date: Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 Attendance: 35
Meeting Started: 8:00 p.m.
President Harold Anders welcomed all the membership to our Annual General Meeting which can be held because
we have enough members present for a quorum.
The passing of member Bill Jorgens was announced. A club donation will be made to the Heart & Stroke Founda-
tion in his honour.
Wendy Bas informed the membership of the illness of one of our members, Larry Keighan. Our thoughts are with
Three new members were introduced: Bob Josefchak, Ray Goldin and Rick Gladman.
In recognition of their dedication and hard work, special engraved plaques were presented to the former executive:
Past-President-Dave Drake, Secretary-Carol Hill, Treasurer-Gloria Drake and President-George Dalbergs.
A special presentation was made to Marilyn Dalbergs and Klaus Reif.
Agenda for AGM:
-A review of the Club’s financial status and proposed 2011 budget
-An overview of last year’s activities
-A preview of planning underway for this year
-Two specific items to be dealt with-2011NCC Car Show and desired content of Club’s Calendar of Events within
Motion to accept the agenda: Moved by: Fred Hutchison
Seconded by: George Dalbergs
2010 Motions - Christine Copeland, Secretary: the five 2010 motions were read and Harold reported that they were
Financial Reports - John Mytroen, Treasurer: the 2010 budget was reviewed and the 2011 budget was presented.
Motion to accept the 2010 Budget: Moved by: Dave Fralik
Seconded by: George Dalbergs
Motion to accept the 2011 Budget: Moved by: George Dalbergs
Seconded by: Lynn Mytroen
Vice-Presidents Report - Bill Colcough
Bill has accepted the duties of Show co-ordinator.
We need someone to take over Bill’s former Lead Person role.
More discussion is needed on getting Club Flags; e.g. are we interested and what price and style?
Membership Report- Gail Anders
As of January, 2011 we have 43 members, 37 affiliate members and 2 honorary members, for a total of 82.
Minutes continued on next page.
Minutes Continued Pres
Social Committee - Lynn Mytroen
Lynn outlined what shall be a very busy and fun-filled calendar of events for the coming year.
Much discussion took place regarding the NCC Car Show date.
Motion: Keep the July 24th date for Car Show: Moved by: Harold Anders
Seconded by: Gloria Drake
Motion: Include “known events” on Website not in Newsletter:
Moved by: Harold Anders
Seconded by: Lynn Mytroen
Motion to adjourn: Moved by: George Dalbergs
Seconded by: Fred Hutchison
Meeting adjourned at 10.00 p.m.
Next meeting: Tuesday March 1, 2011, at Frado’s
Wineries break ice-wine
Thirty-eight Ontario wineries poured bot-
tles of their best ice-wine into a specially
made four-foot-tall wine flute on Friday at
the Fallsview Casino Resort in Niagara
Falls to break a Guinness World Record.
Detroit Auto Show Part 1 Pres
J anuary …. yyyyuuuucccckkkkyyyy!!!! ….. a cure?
….. Road Trip!!!!.
Cobo Center before 10 am.. Twelve dollars later ($6 for
old(er) guys) and we're in facing some of the most spec-
tacular car displays in the world.
So, in the wee hours of a cold, damp, foggy, snowy day
… four of us took to the road. George Dalbergs, Dave The first exhibit was the Mercedes exhibit and after look-
Drake, John Mytroen (the Rookie) and myself made a ing over an SLR McLaren gull wing what meets our eye
pilgrimage to the Detroit International Auto Show. Is is a beautiful 2011 model in a semi gloss type of paint.
there no tradition? The Rookie is to buy breakfast for It's hard to describe but it's not as flat as primer and not
the crew. No … the Rookie abandoned us at a 401 Tim shiny but still smooth. A kind of "soft" looking finish.
Horton’s to get a “Breakfast Muffin” banquet on his If this was the only one we saw it wouldn't be worth
own. Is there no respect for somebody’s vehicle? No … mentioning but there were more of them from other
the Rookie brought his exploding “Breakfast Muffin” manufacturers. Almost like instead of a clear coat a satin
banquet into Dave’s (i.e. Gloria’s ) van - I think there is finish was sprayed on. Question is are we going to see
still cheese bits ground into the upholstery. Oh yes, the more of this?
Rookie also forgot to bring a satchel to pick up the Show
brochures. All was not lost though, as there were more Now the Hyundai exhibit had some beautiful new mod-
manufacturers than years past, and the new and exciting els. The Hyundai Equus starts at $58,000 US but George
models definitely made the day a success. likes the $65,400 US model. What's so nice you ask.
First, it's very luxurious certainly a Benz or Audi fighter
Harold Anders but most interesting were the back seats. They have full
control of heating, AC, audio and video on a centre con-
Story continued through John Mytroen’s prospective. sole AND reclining rear seats. They recline like a real
reclining chair and literally stretch right out. And get
F or many years I've heard, read and dreamed of at- this... the rear seat passenger wants a little more room
tending the annual Detroit Auto Show. It's often the well that's easy as you have a set of buttons to control the
unveiling of new models that set the stage for shows front seat! If George wins the lottery I guarantee there
around the world for the rest of the year and cars we will will be one of these in his driveway.
see in years to come. Little did I know this would be my
year to finally experience the show first hand. Over the Then we saw Donald Trumps favorite car the Maybach
years many NCC members have made the trip and this (Mercedes answer Rolls Royce) and were then off to the
year again a group had decided to go but as Willy Wil- Ford Exhibit. Two things really caught our eye at the
kinson was sick they had an empty seat. So on Tuesday Ford exhibit. Since Ford are dropping the Crown Vic as
Jan 18th I was to meet George Dalbergs and Harold An- a police car they had some "Interceptors" on display.
ders at George's place at 5 am. I won't get into what time They are the new Taurus and lettered up ones were neat
I had to get up to be at George's place by 5 am. And of but the ghost car was the ultimate cruiser. Nice dark col-
course the Port Colborne area was hit with snow and our with nothing flashy just gobs of power and obviously
freezing rain overnight just to make the trip a little more real heavy duty! Ford was showing off all their other
interesting. 2011 new models but the Boss 302 Mustangs are very
nice. Even to Chevy guys this car looks good!
Off we went George, Harold and I to meet Dave Drake
and start our journey. By now the freezing rain had John Mytroen’s story to continue next month, editor.
turned to snow and a bit of slush but nothing can stop 4
determined gear heads. We were underway from Dave
and Gloria's place before 6 am and with Dave's knowl-
edge of back roads made our way to Brantford and then
across to Woodstock and down to the Windsor Detroit
area. Crossing through the tunnel at 9:30 we missed the
morning rush hour and were parked and at the famous
Lynn Mytroen Social Page Pres
NCC Social Events for February 2011
John and I just returned from a week in Saskatchewan. No more complaining of winter in Ontario. And we are only
7 weeks from Spring!!
Bowling Night on Saturday Feb. 12. Thanks to Glennie and Willie for organizing this evening. If anyone has a last
minute change (either can or cannot come) please call Glennie or Willie.
The Daytona Nascar Race is on Sunday Feb. 20. Start time is 1 pm. John and I will host a BYOD and Pot Luck get-
together. Anyone who did not sign up or get a direction sheet at the meeting please email us.
Saturday, March 26 we will be having an indoor, black light mini golf tournament. This will be held on Clifton Hill
in Niagara Falls. Details will be finalized for the March meeting.
Our spring cruise with the WNYCC is set for Sunday May 1. The WNYCC is hosting this year and they will be es-
corting us to Jamestown NY for lunch followed by a tour of the Lucy and Desi Arnaz Museum. More details to
come but pen the date in now.
Our road trip to Bowling Green is being planned for May 20 to 26. Please see more details in the newsletter. This
should be the highlight of the NCC social year so plan on going.
2011 already looks to be a great social year and we look forward to having fun with our Corvette Friends; both old
and new. Lynn and John Mytroen
NCC Bowling Green Tour May 20-26
This trip should be the social highlight of our club for 2011. The weather should be great, the scenery spectacular,
and the company perfect!! So start your planning now……
Below is the tentative plan:
• Drive Friday/Saturday May 20/21 - Bourbon Tour on Saturday
Sunday May 22 spend the day at the Museum and spend all our money at the gift shop. Cost is $6 pp for non NCM
members. Possible catered dinner at 1869 Homestead, B&B and home of the Executive Director of NCM for a cost
of approx. 30$ pp www.1869homestead.com
• Plant tour Monday May 23 8:30 am tour (7$ pp) and more time at museum or gift shop if needed
• Monday afternoon road tour – possible visit to Chaney's Dairy Barn www.chaneysdairybarn.com
• Tuesday May 24 - all day road tour - possible visit to Lost River Caves www.lostrivercave.com
• Wednesday May 25- Road Trip to Nashville
Thursday May 26 - start the drive home (TBA)
I have researched several hotels and I feel the best bang for our buck is the Super 8, 110 Williamette Lane, Bowling
Green. It is 4 years old and is located across the highway from the Museum. The rate is 55$ a night with a minimum
4 night stay (possibly more if not staying 4 nights). They offer a free breakfast, wifi, 1 king or 2 queen beds, fridge
and microwave in all rooms, indoor pool and hot tub and (Most important!!) a hose and rag for car cleaning.
All cars are welcome to join this cruise.
Any questions or suggestions please call or email Lynn Mytroen or George Dalbergs.
Editors Page Pres
A guy walks into a post office one day to see a mid-
dle-aged, balding man standing at the counter me-
thodically placing "Love" stamps on bright pink enve-
lopes with hearts all over them. He then takes out a per-
fume bottle and starts spraying scent all over them.
Darrell Waltrip 5th
Nascar driver born 1947.
His curiosity getting the better of him, he goes up to the
No club birthdays.
balding man and asks him what he is doing. The man
says, "I'm sending out one thousand Valentine cards
signed, 'Guess who?'"
"But why?" asks the man.
"I'm a divorce lawyer," the man replies.
Livia Weber 1st
Bru Sabourin 2nd
Karen Sirianni 9th
Janet Campbell 29th
Georgina Conway 30th
Carol Hill 30th DETROIT — General Motors Co. sold more cars and
trucks in China last year than it did in the U.S., for
the first time in the company’s 102-year history.
Don’t miss the next Despite GM’s growth in China, Toyota Motor Corp. held
club event. onto the title of world’s largest automaker. The Japanese
company reported 8.42 million sales worldwide last year.
That’s 30,000 more than GM’s 8.39 million.
GM said Monday that it sold 2.35 million vehicles in fast
-growing China, about 136,000 more than it sold in the
Bowling: February 12TH, 2011 U.S., with China sales surging 29 percent as an expand-
ing middle class gained wealth. Sales in the U.S., includ-
ing heavy-duty vehicles, rose 6.3 percent as GM contin-
ued to rebound from its 2009 stay in bankruptcy protec-
Pla-Mor Lanes on Main St. in Port Dalhousie tion.
Time: 8:30 PM ( Dinner 6:30 PM ) (Dessert at the
Wilkinson's afterwards) GM expects its sales growth to continue, and industry
Dinner: 6:30 at Frego’s Grill house & Bar 312 Lake analysts say it may once again dethrone Toyota as the
St. (on the corner of Lake St. and Secord Dr.) global sales leader this year. GM will announce Monday
Bowling: 8:30 at Pla-Mor Lanes, Port Dalhousie. that it’s adding a third shift to a pickup truck assembly
This is 5 pin bowling. No tiny holes in the balls to plant in Flint, Mich., to meet an expected increase in de-
pinch your fingers or 15 pound weights to over ex- mand as the U.S. economic recovery continues.
tend the old muscles.
The club will pay for the bowling and shoe rental.
Dessert: 51 Croydon Dr. after bowling.
Sign up sheet was at the January 4th club meeting,
please call Glennie or Willy at 905-935-4115.
200mph+ Corvette unveiled
Fastest ever Corvette unveiled at the Detroit Mo-
I f there’s one thing the standard Corvette is not
short of, it’s pace. But that hasn’t stopped engi-
neers at General Motors from giving it a tune-up
and making their legendary performance car one of
the fastest models in the world.
The ZR1 is one of the stars at this week’s De-
troit Motor Show thanks to its all-American style
and incredible performance potential. Look through
the clear bonnet window and you get a glimpse of
the Vette’s powerhouse – a supercharged 6.2-litre
Producing an incredible 620bhp and 823Nm of torque, the rear-wheel drive model is a true supercar. The
ZR1’s top speed is described as being “ at least 200mph”, while bosses remain tight lipped about the car’s 0-60mph
With 19-inch wheels at the front and 20-inch rims at the rear the Corvette is a stunning sight in Detroit, draw-
ing big crowds. Peer through the huge wheels and you will see enormous ceramic brakes giving the Vette the stop-
ping power to match its acceleration.
Carbon fibre body panels are also fitted to reduce weight, while four tightly packed exhaust pipes at the rear
give the ZR1 a classic Corvette look. The new model will be launched in the summer.
Sensible Lane Usage
Reprint of an article by Jim Kenzie in the Toronto Star Wheels Section of July 28, 2010
The Highway Traffic Act for the province of Ontario states in Part X “Rules of the Road,” Section 147, subsection
“Any vehicle travelling upon a roadway at less than the normal speed of traffic at the time and place shall,
where practicable, be driven in the right-hand lane then available for traffic or as close as practicable to the right
hand curb or edge of the roadway.”Exceptions are when the overtaking vehicle is passing, or the overtaken vehicle
is preparing to turn left. And Section 148, subsection 2:
“Every person in charge of a vehicle or on horseback on a highway who is overtaken by a vehicle or eques-
trian travelling at a greater speed shall turn out to the right and allow the overtaking vehicle or equestrian to pass.”
So, if someone CAN pass you on the right, you’re violating section 147 (1) of the HTA. IF someone actually is
passing you on the right, you are violating section 147 (1) and 148(2).
Note that neither of these provisions of the HTA makes any reference to the speed limit, only to “the normal
speed of traffic at that time and place” and “a greater speed” respectively. Hence, these provisions apply regardless
of how fast you and the other vehicle is travelling.
Note also that in Ontario (section 150, subsection1) passing on the right is legal, providing “the movement
can be made in safety” and that the road is wide enough to do it.
England and Germany have the best lane discipline. In Germany, the Drive Right/Pass Left is taken very seri-
ously. They pull left, they pass, and move back right immediately.
So, what’s wrong with us? Observing and/or enforcing proper lane discipline would make traffic move more
smoothly, more swiftly and more safely. Reduced congestion would save fuel, save money, reduce emissions, and
help your taxes go further.
Submitted by George Dalbergs.
Club Calendar 2011
Month Day Activity Contact Location
Feb. 1 NCC ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING - Harold Anders
Feb. 12 Bowling Night with Desserts at the Wil- Glennie Wilkinson St. Catharines
Feb. 20 NASCAR Night (Daytona) @ Mytroen's Lynn Mytroen Port Colborne
Mar. 1 NCC General Meeting - Frado's
Mar. 26 Mini Golf and Dinner
Apr. 5 NCC General Meeting - Frado's
Apr. 25 First Ice Cream run of the season
May 1 Spring Cruise with WNYCC
May 3 NCC General Meeting - Frado's
May 20-26 Road Trip to Bowling Green, Ky. Lynn Mytroen
Jun. 3 Ice Cream Run
Jun. 7 NCC General Meeting - Frado's
Jul. 1 Canada Day Event
Jul. 5 NCC General Meeting
Jul. St. Catharines Downtown Car Show
Jul. 24 NCC CAR SHOW - Show & Shine Reif Winery
Aug. 1 Ice Cream Run
Aug. 2 NCC General Meeting - Frado's
Aug. 5 GM Engine Plant Open House and Car
Aug. Day at the Races, Fort Erie Racetrack
Aug. Bas Vette Fest
Sep. 5 Ice Cream Run
Sep. 6 NCC General Meeting
Sep. 9 Lincoln County Fair Cruise Night - 5:00 Harold Anders Beamsville
Sep. Road trip to Gravenhurst and Huntsville
Oct. 4 NCC General Meeting - Frado's St. Catharines
Oct. Fall Cruise Lynn Mytroen Fort Erie
Nov. 1 NCC General Meeting - Frado's Elec-
Nov. NCC Christmas Dinner - Lynn / Marilyn St. Catharines
Dec. 6 Christmas Dinner Meeting Fred Hutchison St. Catharines
Month Day Activity Contact Location
Feb. 30th to
Watch for changesAnnual Automotive Flea Market Paris
this page. Will even-
Feb. Automotive Swap Meet - Event Centre Tillsonburg
tually be moved to
Feb. Canadian International Auto Show
18-27 our web site. Editor Toronto
Feb. NCRS Swap Meet Wilson-Niblett (8-12) Richmond Hill
Feb. 45th Annual Antique Car Parts Flea Market - Marritt Hall Ancaster
Mar. 11-13 47th. Performance World - International Trade Centre Mississauga
Mar. 19 Sebring ALMS Race Sebring, FL
Mar. Automotive Swap Meet - Tillsonburg Event Centre Tillsonburg
Mar. 2nd Annual London Auto Expo - Western Fairgrounds London
Mar. Wilson-Niblett Tech Session (12:30-3:30) Richmond Hill
Mar. National Motorcycle Show - Automotive Bldg. Toronto
Mar. Rodmasters Spring Swap Meet - Marritt Hall Ancaster
Apr. Lowes Motor Speedway Spring Lions Autofair Charlotte NC
Apr. Spring Classic Car Auction Mississauga
Apr. Richmond Green Indoor Automotive Flea Market Richmond Hill
Apr. Automotive Flea Market Virgil
Apr. CCCC Governors' Meeting Mississauga
Apr. 16 Long Beach ALMS Race Long Beach, CA
Apr. 10th Annual CFCHAH auto/bike show Irving NY
Apr. CCO's Gateway Technical Session Brampton
Apr. 27-1 Spring Carlisle Carlisle PA
Apr. Road Runners Car Show & Swap Meet - Marritt Hall Ancaster
May 1 Spring Fling - Bull Run - Wasaga Beach Corvette Club Collingwood
May 1st Annual Swap Meet & 8th Annual Classic Car Show Binbrook
May Cruise to Dover (6:00) Caledonia
May 16th Annual Caledonia Spring Car Show & Swap Meet - Caledonia
May 1st Annual Home Show & Car Show - Crystal Beach Crystal Beach
May NCRS Ontario Judging School - Hilton Garden Inn Hotel Richmond Hill
May NCRS Ontario Chapter judging meet - Wilson Niblette Richmond Hill
May HASC Annual Antique Car Flea Market - Fairgrounds Rockton
May Victoria Day Speedfest Weekend Mosport
May Cruising Home Car Show - Home Hardware Head Office St. Jacobs
Application Form 2011
Reminder, our mailing address if you are sending your membership
renewal by mail. The Niagara Corvette Club
Ridley Post Office
P.O. Box 30067
ST. CATHARINES, ON L2S 3P0
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Fees are due by th e first meeting in February. Fees are non -refu ndable.
M ak e all ch eq ues payable to: NIA GA RA COR VETT E CLU B
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