Capitol City Corvette Club Supports SVHS Automotive Technology Program

Top Picture: Doug Guthrie and Phil Gregory (President of the Capitol City Corvette Club)
Bottom Picture: Back Row L-R Doug Guthrie, Dave Clutts, Melanie Clutts, Stacey Shugart, Ray Dent, Jeff Temoney, Jim Childers, Phil Gregory, Jim Baylus.Front Row L-R Keyshaun Hessell, Eric Schulz, Malachi Reed, Chris Medellin, Casey Quickmire, Isaia Munoz, Jordan Rivera, Tacorya Watkins, and A'nya Williams. 

The Capitol City Corvette Club is organized as a 501 ( c ) 3 charitable organization under IRS rules. They have held car shows for each of the last 8 years at Spring Valley High School in support of the Automotive Technology Program. To date, they have presented the school with checks totaling $ 25,700. CCCC members also are a part of the Automotive Technology Advisory Board, assisting the program and Mr. Guthrie in a number of ways. The Club was organized in 2001 to support Corvette inspired ideals and events and as a charitable organization primarily concentrating on helping needy women and children and our military veterans. Thank you to the Capitol City Corvette Club for it's support of Automotive Technology Program at Spring Valley.