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60th Anniversary Founder's Day Picnic at Big Cork

The Corvette Club of America (CCA) was established July 17, 1956 and has been in continuous operation for over 65 years. The CCA is an energetic group of Corvette lovers that fosters an environment of fun with activities centered around our favorite cars. We welcome all Corvette owners to our Corvette club and encourage them to take advantage of our monthly meetings, shop nights, social gatherings, competitive events, and more.

2022 Board of Directors

Neal A.
Neal Atwell

Rick E.
Vice President
Rick Elliott

Paul V.
Paul Vale
Nita Armstrong
Paul D.
Membership Director
Paul Donohue
240-720-7816 (voice & text)
Events Coordination Director
Doreen Moreira
Patrick Ryan
Competition Director
Bill Sandusky
Vendor Relations Director
Van Vander Haar
301-520-6397 (voice & text)
NCM Ambassador
Terry Popkin
April Hussey
240-720-7816 (voice & text)
Jim S.
Past President
Jim Streight
240-839-1935 (voice & text)

2021 Non-Board Level Positions

Newsletter Editor Jon Thorn 301-963-4864
Sale Ad Editor Jon Thorn 301-963-4864
Tag Leader Nita Armstrong 443-852-1922

Past Board Members & Officers


Each year the Corvette Club of America selects worthy charitable organizations to benefit from our events and programs held throughout the year.

President's Message

President, Jim Streight's 1969 Corvette

My name is Jim Streight, president of the Corvette Club of America (CCA). The Corvette Club of America is the oldest Corvette club in the world. We recently celebrated our 63rd anniversary; our first meeting was held on July 17th, 1956 just three years after the Corvette came to market. In 1956, CCA members raced against other sports car clubs such as the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) and the Porsche Club of America (PCA) so it seemed natural to call ourselves the Corvette Club of America.

The primary objectives of the CCA have been to empower its members to pursue their automotive passion and have fun with their Corvettes. While developing our annual schedule of activities, we try to find events which will appeal to a broad range of interests. The CCA calendar usually includes social events, autocrosses, and HPDE events. Our social events include day trips to wineries, restaurants, and other club's activities as well as extended road trips to places such as Watkins Glen, Mosport, the NCM and other tracks to enjoy IMSA and other racing events. We usually gather together with members of other Corvette clubs at these events in the Corvette corrals. Our social calendar also includes picnics and holiday parties as well as a weekend in Ocean City, Maryland to join with other Corvette clubs as they cruise the boardwalk.

The CCA hosts an annual car show in the spring/early summer and several autocrosses are scheduled beginning in the early spring and continuing into the fall. Autocross primer classes are usually scheduled early in the season for beginners and those looking to sharpen their driving skills. The club also has several highly skilled HPDE instructors who willingly provide their experience and knowledge to members interested in participating in high speed driving events.

The CCA is a not-for-profit organization and its members believe in giving back to the community. Net proceeds from several of its fund raising activities, including the annual car show, are donated to local charities. These charities include the Wells/Robertson House, CaringMatters of Montgomery County and Toys for Tots. In addition the CCA sponsors an endowment for students of mechanical engineering at the University of Maryland and is a life time club-level member of the National Corvette Museum. The CCA is also a member of the "One Acre Club" in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

CCA Members in USA

Members meet once a month at a restaurant in Burtonsville to exchange information and knowledge on best practices for maintaining and enjoying their Corvettes. CCA has a strong relationship with Sport Chevrolet in Silver Spring (a club sponsor). Once a month Sport permits club members to utilize its service facility to work on their Corvettes. Not only do members work on their own cars but they also assist other members with oil changes, brake replacement, tire rotation and just about anything else you can get done in 2 1/2 hours. Members usually wrap up the evening sharing a meal and stories at a local restaurant.

CCA Members in Australia

CCA members are predominantly from Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.; however, we also have long-distance members in other states as well as international members living in Queensland, Australia. CCA membership only requires a strong interest in Corvettes. Please feel free to check out the rest of our web site to learn more about CCA. We have a long, rich history and we are always interested in hearing from others who share our passion for Corvettes.

If you like to have fun, enjoy Corvettes, and would like to be part of our historic club, then please consider joining us and become a member.

I hope to hear from you and look forward to meeting you soon.

Save the Wave,
Jim Streight, President
Corvette Club of America