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CORVETTES LIMITED OF BOWLING GREEN KY Inc.
Celebrating 40 Years

 November CLBG Meeting  6:00 PM on 11/06/2021 at the
National Corvette Museum
Come join us at our next meeting.


Corvettes Limited of Bowling Green KY Inc.  (CLBG) is proud to be based in Bowling Green, Kentucky, home to the GM Corvette Assembly Plant, the National Corvette Museum and the NCM Motorsports Park.

Our club was founded in 1980, one year prior to the plant's relocation to Bowling Green.  When the National Corvette Museum (NCM) opened in 1994, our club stepped up to support it in every way we can.  We have members who work at the museum, and most of us volunteer throughout the year.  We believe that the National Corvette Museum is an invaluable asset, not only to the Corvette community, but also to Bowling Green and to South Central Kentucky, and we are dedicated to its mission. 

The members of Corvettes Limited of Bowling Green KY Inc.are devoted to the Corvette.  Most of us own them.  All of us love them!  Come join us at our next meeting.  We are very happy to be able to hold our meetings right in the Museum's  Chevrolet Theater, normally at 6:00 p.m. on the first Saturday of each month.

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September 2021 Skidmarks 



2021 Kentucky Derby Party


2021 Wilderness Trail Tour

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2021 Kentucky Derby party
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2021 Wilderness Trail Tour


2021 Picnic
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10/21


Flat Rock Fellowship Baptist Church
8/22/21 

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2021 Picnic 11-10-21
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2021 Flat Rock Fellowship Baptist Church

NCM FUTURE TEMPORAREXHIBIT

9/11 NEVER FORGET MOBILE EXHIBIT:  TUNNELS TO TOWERS

NOVEMBER 3-9, 2021

In 2013, the Tunnel to Towers Foundation launched its 9/11 NEVER FORGET Mobile Exhibit; a tribute to all those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001, including the 343 members of the Fire Department of New York City (FDNY) who made the ultimate sacrifice. The high-tech, 83-foot tractor-trailer, which transforms into a 1,100 square foot exhibit, is a tool to further educate people across the country about the events of that tragic day

Welcomed around the nation, from the Black Hills of South Dakota to the Tennessee State Fairgrounds, the memorial provides interactive education; including artifacts such as steel beams from the towers, documentary videos, and recordings of first responder radio transmissions. Interactive guided tours are carried out by FDNY firefighters who provide firsthand accounts of the day and its aftermath. The 9/11 NEVER FORGET Mobile Exhibit, which has traveled to nearly 50 states and Canada, has welcomed in over 500,000 people to date.