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Raffle tickets are available for the 25th Annual Classic Corvette Giveaway benefiting Saint Bernard Parish and School in Rockport, Indiana.
This year’s car is a horizon blue 1960 Corvette Convertible purchased from ProTeam Corvette in Napoleon, Ohio. The number to order tickets is 812-362-7313. Ticket orders may also be downloaded from www.StBernardCorvette.org where photos and videos of the car are featured. The cost of each opportunity is $30.00 or 4 for $100.00. Only 10,000 tickets will be sold.
“We’ve sold tickets from as far away as New Zealand, Germany, a soldier in Afghanistan and nearly every state in North America,” said David Lovell of Saint Bernard Parish. “We only have around 1,000 tickets still remaining with two weeks to go until the drawing.”
The winner will be drawn on Sunday, July 14 at 5:00 p.m. CDT at the annual Saint Bernard Summer Social on the church grounds at 6th & Elm St. in Rockport, IN. Admission is free. The Summer Social hours are 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and everyone in the community is invited to attend. Saint Bernard Elementary School is the only accredited private/parochial school in Spencer County. Over 20% of Saint Bernard students are non-parishioners and a bus service is available for daycare, pre-school and K-8 students.
If Steve McCain was a fisherman, he’d have quite a few tales to tell about the big ones that got away – as well as the big ones he did manage to reel in. Fortunately for Corvette enthusiasts, McCain’s tales aren’t fishing-related – instead they have to do with some of the very first Corvettes
It’s the last full weekend in June which means one thing to Corvette enthusiasts – It’s Bloomington Gold weekend. That also means it’s time for the annual Mecum auction at Bloomington Gold. At last check there were just over 100 Corvettes consigned for this weekend’s sale in Champaign, Illinois. Mecum Bloomington Gold will take place
This 1953 Corvette has been in storage for approximately 40 years.
With 71,982 miles on the odometer, ’53 Corvette (Number 265) hasn’t lived a sheltered life, even though it has been sheltered in storage for nearly 40 years. During that time, it has survived a fire and a tornado! Even so, it still looks great for its age and will come out of hiding during the annual National Corvette Homecoming, held in Bowling Green, KY. on July 26th and 27th.
For more information about this Corvette and the NCH, check out the NCH website. www.corvettehomecoming.com