Established in 1978
Created for the promotion and enjoyment of the Chevrolet Corvette and the association with fellow Corvette owners and enthusiasts.
Circle City Corvettes Covid-19 News
No club meeting for August
Corvettes and Coffee on August 8th has been cancelled.
Everyone Please Stay Safe!!!
Circle City Corvettes is concerned about each other’s health and the effect COVID19 virus has or may have in the future on our club members and participants of our event. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone who has been impacted by this outbreak so far. From this concern, we have decided to move this year’s date of our Beach Caravan from May 14-16, 2020 to October 29-31, 2020. Edgewater Beach Resort will be refunding your room reservations without any cancellation fee within the next few days. No action on your part is necessary. If you have made motel reservations in Dothan, you will need to contact the motel and request they be cancelled. If you wish to cancel your registration for the event, please let me know and Circle City Corvettes will issue you a refund. If you are planning on attending in the Fall you do not have to cancel your registration as the fees will be the same.
Information on room rates and how to make reservations at Edgewater for October will be sent to you and on our website in the next few weeks. I apologize for any inconvenience changing dates may have caused, but the uncertainty of when COVID 19 virus will be contained, the movement of the Bash at the Museum, school closings, etc. led to this decision.
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Circle City Corvettes Gives Back To The Community
Every year the Circle City Corvettes Club contributes to local charities. Click HERE for a list of this years recipients.
The name "Corvette" originates from the name of a small warship, light and fast, which appeared in France at the end of the 17th Century!
A corvette is a small warship. It is traditionally the smallest class of vessel considered to be a proper warship.