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The Northwest Corvette Association is a car club based in Vancouver, Washington, with members from Oregon and Washington. We are also known as the fun club. Members have a passion for Corvettes and love to take them out on the open road. NWCA was established in 1972, and it welcomes all who share the love and own a Corvette.

Northwest Corvette Assn is very involved with the community. We participate is a wide variety of events to help raise donations for local charitable organizations. Our largest event is our annual Endless Summer Cruise-In, held each year in August, with all proceeds going to NW Battle Buddies. Other yearly events include Camas Day Parade, Clark County Sheriff's Office Teddy Bears and Blankets Drive, Local High School Homecomings, Veteran's Day Parade, and Angels on Wheels Toy Drive benefiting Randall's Children's Hospital.

We also love to drive our cars and have some fun. The driving season starts off with the Presidential Mystery Tour in May and ends with the Fall Leaf Tour in October, with all kinds of fun runs in between. Each month we have a special get- together we refer to as Jacket Night.

No special invitation needed, Corvette owners are welcome to attend a meeting, or join us for an event. To become a member of NWCA the requirement is to attend 3 meetings or events within a six month period and get voted in. Yearly dues are $50. Meetings are held on the 1st Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm.




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