The purpose of the First State Corvette Club is to enjoy the cars socially and provide a means of participating with other Corvette owners and enthusiasts. There is at least one activity per month which may consist of rallies, shows, parades, get-togethers, picnics and/or trips.
Club Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month. You do not need to attend the meeting to join in any of the events. Monthly newsletters serve as minutes of the meeting and are emailed to all members, listing upcoming activities and information.
FSCC was established in 1970 by seven dedicated Corvette lovers. It is open to all Corvette owners and enthusiasts.
The Club has sponsored several charities and participates in many community activities. You do not have to have a garage kept car to participate. We just like to get out and Vette together.
The First State Corvette Club is proud to be a founding member and sponsor of the National Corvette Museum. The NCM is dedicated to preserving the history and future of the Corvette. The Museum is located next to the Corvette assembly plant in Bowling Green, KY.
FSCC is sponsored by Solloway's Sales and Service LLC and Willis Chevrolet-Buick in Smyrna, DE
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Applicants must bring the completed application to a meeting of the First State Corvette Club any first Wednesday of any month. After the application is accepted, the applicant must attend a second meeting, not necessarily consecutive, at which time they will pay their dues and be voted on for membership. Go to to find the current month's meeting place and times.