Joining the fun with Mid-Illinois Corvette Club (MICC) is easy.
The first step is attending two club functions, the first of which can be either a monthly meeting or a social event. Prospective members will receive applications for MICC and NCCC when they attend their first event. The applications are to be returned at the second event–a monthly meeting–they attend.
The dues (as of February 2024) for new members are $80 for a single person or $90 for a couple. MICC dues are prorated for people joining throughout the year. These dues also cover membership in the National Council of Corvette Club, Inc. (NCCC). The NCCC portion of the dues are $35 for a single person and $45 for a couple in the first year. The NCCC portion of the dues decreases $10 for renewals. Annual renewal for club members also decreases accordingly.
Renewal dues are paid in October and are $65 for a single person or $75 for a couple. NCCC charges for late renewals. The late renewal fee for a primary member is $10 after October 31st. The late renewal for a spouse/companion is also $10 after October 31st.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.
President Lori Redmond 309-264-4233
Vice President Mike Durham 309-369-2671
Treasurer Lisa Jones 309-678-7703
Secretary Moe Sweet 309-253-3918
Activities Al Kubon 309-370-9290
Randy Tangman 832-520-6776
Membership Tracy Adamson 309-265-4537
Governor Jim Redmond 309-264-2531
Monthly meetings are held on the second Monday of each month from 6:00 – 7:00 PM at Uftring Chevrolet in Washington, IL. Check the calendar for more info.
Meetings are open to anyone interested in finding out about the club. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Thanks to our sponsor, Uftring Chevrolet, for allowing us to use their facilities for our monthly meetings.
National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC)
National Council of Corvette Clubs, Inc (NCCC) is the world’s largest non-profit Corvette organization that was founded in 1959. The NCCC is a nationwide network of almost 300 Corvette clubs with total membership of approximately 17,000 members. They are the sanctioning body for autocross events and provide an insurance program for clubs covering social activities, meetings, and competitive events. Each affiliated club has an elected or appointed representative to NCCC known as the Club Governor.
Midwest Region (MWR) of NCCC
The Midwest Region of the NCCC (MWR) has 30 Corvette clubs and 2,300 members. It covers Illinois, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Visit their website for regional schedules and information.
Future Corvette Owners of America (FCOA)
The Future Corvette Owners of America (FCOA) is the youth organization of the NCCC. It is a unique club formed for the younger generation of Corvette enthusiasts and is the foundation of the NCCC’s 21st century.
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