Corvettes owned by CCCC members parked in front of the National Corvette Musuem in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

About Us

Background Information:

Patch that marked the 50th anniversary of the National Council of Corvette Clubs.Capital City Corvette Club was established in 1958 and will celebrate our 60th anniversary in 2018.  CCCC was one of the original six clubs that chartered the National Council of Corvette Clubs in 1959.  NCCC's 50th anniversary celebration took place during the National Convention in Colorado Springs, CO during the week of August 8-14, 2009.

In the early days, the number of clubs was rather small with all being located east of the Mississippi. Today, there are about 250 Clubs in 16 Regions both East and West of the Mississippi! The membership in NCCC is comprised of more than 19,000 Members and is the largest non-profit, all volunteer Corvette organization in the United States! CCCC is one of the 16 Corvette clubs that make up the Michigan Region of NCCC.

The purpose of CCCC and NCCC is to promote interest in Corvette ownership and operation, to publish information on the use and operation of the Corvette, and to establish an organized effort to encourage others to participate in the enjoyment connected with the use of the Corvette!

Capital City Corvette Club follows an approved set of By-Laws, which includes our full purpose statement.

Meeting Information:

Picture of Patrick and Ellie's 1958 silver/blue Corvette in front of the State Capitol.

Capital City Corvette Club's general membership meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month at:

Delhi Cafe(1)
4625 Willoughby Road, Holt
Meeting begins at 7:00 p.m.
(Members start to arrive as early as 5:45 p.m. to eat and socialize before the meeting)

Yahoo! Maps will help you pinpoint our meeting location, just east of Cedar Street in Holt.

Club Activities and Community Involvement:

Member Activities: CCCC is involved in an array of activities designed to promote fellowship among members including breakfasts, drive and dines, bowling, and road trips. You will also have the opportunity to participate in car shows and concourses, autocross and drag racing, road rallyes, and parades that allow you to earn points at local, regional, and national levels. Our club also receives points when our members participate in NCCC sanctioned events!

2017 Scholarship RecipientsCommunity Involvement: Throughout the year we participate in a variety of fund raising activities allowing us to make donations to several worthwhile causes.

Every year two $500 scholarships are provided to outstanding Automotive Technology students who attend the Capital Area Career Center. Both are memorial scholarships, and honor: John Bechtel (a former club member/President, who started the scholarship program) and Colin Nethaway (a former Career Center student). Additional funds were added to CCCC's scholarships in 2017 with a total of five $500 scholarships awarded.

Colin Nethaway Memorial Scholarships for $500 each were given to Jarrett Gawel, Christopher Ciffin and Michaela Chambers. John Bechtel Memorial Scholarships for $500 each were given to Jarrett Gawel and Christopher Ciffin. Pictured from the left are Jarrett Gawel and Christopher Ciffin. Michaela Chambers was unable to attend the event.

Read more about some of Capital City Corvette Club's past scholarship recipients, and the background of how the scholarship program was started in our club.

Blessing of the Vettes.We host Cruizin' for Kids in the spring to raise funds for Blessings in a Backpack, a program providing weekend food survival backpacks to at-risk kids in the Grand Ledge School District during the school year.  We raise funds for the VFW National Home for Children at our annual Blessing of the Vettes. In the fall we host a car show at Shaheen Chevrolet to raise funds for Children's Miracle Network.

Our members host BINGO parties for two different groups of lively senior citizens in the spring and fall.  Members bring the bingo prizes and an assortment of desserts to share.

We wrap up each year by donating to local charities. In 2016 members chose the Delta River Senior Village, Greater Lansing Food Bank, It's a Breast Thing, Old Newsboys of Greater Lansing and St. Vincent Charities as the recipients for our holiday giving.

As you can see, we are involved in a variety of activities, all designed to have fun with our cars and fellow club members. Please come to a meeting or contact any of our club officers if you are interested in learning more about our club events, NCCC Convention, or NCCC as a whole. New members are always welcome.

Find out more about CCCC's community involvement.

Hearts & Flowers:

Capital City Corvette Club adopted our Hearts and Flowers program to acknowledge the following circumstances within our membership:

  • A card will be sent when an illness or injury takes place within a member's immediate(2) family, or to acknowledge a special anniversary or birthday (25th, 50th, etc.)
  • A card will be sent to the member and a donation is forwarded to the National Kidney Foundation (or other charity designated by the family or NCCC) to acknowledge a members marriage, the birth of a members child, or the loss of an immediate(2) family member.

Type '4c.board' followed by '@cccorvette.org' into your email program. Include the recipient in the subject line (i.e. Board, Membership, etc.).Please contact our Hearts and Flowers Coordinator at the following address if you are aware of anything that needs to be acknowledged within our membership. (If you don't tell us, we won't know!!) Be sure to include "Hearts" in the subject line so that the email can be directed appropriately.

Club Sponsor:

Shaheen Chevrolet is the official sponsor of Capital City Corvette Club. Be sure to call our club contact, Ben Behnke, at 517.882.9253 when looking for your next new or used vehicle!

Our sponsor has offered to pay primary membership dues to Capital City Corvette Club and the National Council of Corvette Clubs as a special offer to customers living in the mid-Michigan area that purchase a new or used Corvette from Shaheen Chevrolet.


(1) Our Christmas Lunch/Dinner Party takes the place of the December General Membership Meeting. Watch for details.
(2) Immediate family includes child, spouse/mate, parent, brother/sister.