First State Corvette Club Annual Picnic at Killen's Pond
First State Corvette Club
Saving the Wave in Delaware since 1970
Our 53rd. Anniversary Year
The next meeting will be
April 5, 2023
Grotto Pizza Dover, DE
Dining begins at 6 P.M.
Meeting begins at 7 P.M.
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FSCC members Larry and Beth Bishop are moving to the sunshine state!
FSCC members organized a surprise parade and then gathered for lunch. Best wishes to you both!
FSCC members came together for their annual Christmas celebration. Along with delicious Hor D'oeurves, a full course meal was enjoyed. JD the DJ kept the mood festive with great Christmas tunes. President Marianne Callahan served as MC and extended thanks and gratitude to members for supporting the club throughout the year. A special thanks to committee members Linda Silvaggio, committee chair, Kathy Olechny, Julie Moran and Marianne Callahan.
2022 Christmas Cookie Exchange
Philomena Mehan hosted ladies of the FSCC for their annual cookie exchange and luncheon. Goodies were aplenty, delicious and enjoyed both before and after lunch.
Attending were: Julie Moran
Linda Berry, Marianne Callahan,
Lucy Mehl, Lee Rossetti, Kathy Messer, Susan Dziombak,, Darlene Hurley and Linda Silvaagio
Poly Tech 2022 Scholarship Winners
On November 16th. members of FSCC gathered at Poly Tech to present FSCC's annual Scholarship Awards. The winners selected by the Poly Tech faculty are Dayna Ballantoni and John Lauer. Said Marianne Callahan FSCC President, "It's our honor to award these scholarships."
FSCC members wish all "Panthers" much success in their future automotive careers.
Surprise Parade For Pete!
Beloved and long time FSCC member Pete Thompson was thrilled by the parade of FSCC Members as they passed by in their Corvettes and waved to him. Pete was given a huge bouquet of "smiley" balloons. His smile was as wide as the balloons. 11-5-22
A Clean sweep!
A beautiful fall day was bestowed upon us as we cleaned up our designated Adopt a Highway road on October 18th. We had 8 volunteers - 7 walkers and one driver who ferried some of us to one end of the road so we could meet in the middle. Nothing exciting was found - not even too many liquor bottles! Several of the residents along the way thanked us for helping clean up their lovely road! It's nice to be appreciated!
In the photo from left to right: Linda Berry, Bill Olechney behind her, Kathy Olechney, BettyAnn Johnson, George DeOld and Rick Schaeffer, with Elaine Straughn down front. The photographer, John Johnson was also our driver..big thanks to him!
F.S.C.C. ANNUAL CAR SHOW
On Sunday, September 18, FSCC VP Linda Silvaggio put her imagination into “passing gear” and led 25 club members in 12 Corvettes with one escort vehicle in search of this “mysterious” destination. Winding our way through back roads, we were off the beaten path and away from other traffic laden highways. After a pleasant drive, we reached Schaeffer’s Canal House in Chesapeake City, Md.
Once inside, we were escorted to our reserved area where a great lunch was enjoyed by all.
We all join in thanking Linda for organizing this trip! Perhaps next season there’ll be more opportunities like this.
2022 Chester River Dinner Cruise
There was plenty of sunshine for the cruise-in. There are 9 more chances to join in, this year.
Highway Clean Up!
It was a beautiful spring day when our veteran adopters took to Apple Grove School Road to perform our semi-annual cleanup for the Adopt A Highway program. The 4 of us present split up with 2 going to the end of the road via automobile, and we met in the middle. Walking less is a beautiful thing! As usual, most of the items found were discarded beer cans and bottles and drink cups. The residents along the street wave to us and do appreciate what we do. There is even one couple that lets us leave our bags at their house and they take care of disposing of it! It is an easy, worthwhile community endeavor.
In the photo from left to right are Bill Olechney, Linda Berry, George DeOld and Elaine Straughn. Taking the photo was Wayne Straughn, designated driver.