Rogue Valley Corvettes is so proud to be part of such a great event supporting our veterans. Thirteen Rogue Valley Corvettes came out to the Veterans Day Parade to escort dignitaries, three Southern Oregon beauty queens and veterans from different branches of the service. We had our own Rod Rancik in full uniform driven by his wife Ellen and Rod McCloud drove his father in-law, Richard Fultineer, a World War II Veteran. We are blessed to have several veterans in RVC. We thank all of you for your service. The Medford streets were lined with people in support of all that were in the parade. After the parade concluded, we all went to Centennial Golf Club for lunch. We enjoyed having guests Wayne & Linda (Greg and Susan neighbors) join us. The food was great and the company even better.
Author: Marilyn Pack
Dear Rogue Valley Corvettes,
Thank you so much for providing South with the 7 Corvettes when you had other homecomings to think about.
We love you guys so much! Our halftime wouldn’t have been so amazing without you.
South Medford HS Leadership Team
This appreciation response makes it all worth it!
To: Rogue Valley Corvette Club
Thank you so much for helping Ashland High School in the parade!
I know that it was extremely short notice, but the parade was absolutely amazing, and we couldn’t have done it without you.
Getting those corvettes was an unforgettable experience for our senior court, and provided memories that will stay with them forever.
The Ashland High School Leadership Class is so grateful to have the club as a resource, and the beautiful cars and kind drivers always pleasantly surprise us.
Thank you so much again!
-Ashland High School Leadership
This is what makes it all worth participating in these events.
10 Rogue Valley Corvettes and two guests Corvettes came out on a beautiful sunny day in Ashland to haul the large senior court for their Homecoming parade. Thirteen RVC Corvette members and two guests come out for this event. Lunch at Debbie’s Diner was yummy and member Jerry Weaver, stopped by to have lunch with us and make sure we had enough coverage for the event. We headed for Ashland High School, where the cars received banners & male and female court members. The parade lasted about a half hour.
A big thanks you to all members and guests that attended all four Homecomings and two parades. You are all the best.
Marilyn Pack, Author