Corvette Club of Utah

ORGANIZED FEBRUARY 1964 WITH 8 MEMBERS
INCORPORATED WITH THE STATE OF UTAH
IN APRIL 1965
⤝  ARTICLE VIII - ACTIVITIES  ⤞
SECTION 1:  ACTIVITIES
Club activities consist of planned trips, social gatherings, and competitive events coordinated by the Special Events Chair. Events are planned by the Special Events Chair, Officers and Members and then scheduled by the Special Events Chair in coordination with the President. Any suggestions from Club members are welcome. Any member wishing to plan and direct an event will be allowed to do so after receiving the Special Events Chair approval, as long as the Special Events Chair confirms the event is in keeping with Club policies and purpose. Any committee required to organize an event will be formed according to the provisions in ARTICLE VII Section 4,.

Organizers of Club events are responsible for submitting articles with particulars to the Gazette Editor, Historian, and Webmaster for publication in the Club Newsletter and Website. .
SECTION 2:  NOTIFICATION OF ACTIVITIES
Members are advised of all events via the Club website, Club newsletter and email as outlined in ARTICLE I SECTION 3. Activities will be planned so that all particulars may be outlined on the Club website and in the Club newsletter. Members are notified of changes or new activities by email. The website will be updated regularly to reflect current information about Club events and activities.
SECTION 3:  PARTICIPATION IN ACTIVITIES
For events where only limited participation is possible, a signup will be established on the Club website and member participants will be selected in the order that they signed up for the event. The Club website will indicate the event as "Sold Out" when all participant slots are taken. A vote of Club Officers will settle any disputes.

Any member participating in a car show as a club display will conform to the organizer's rules and registration procedures. Vehicles displayed will be registered and insurance in accordance with State of Utah. Vehicles will be clean and present a favorable image of the Club. Additional promotional signs or displays for the purpose of personal gain or profit will not be permitted at any car show identified as a club display, unless specifically approved by the Officers.
SECTION 4:  CONDUCT OF MEMBERS
Club members participating in Club activities will conduct themselves in a socially acceptable manner. Anyone causing embarrassment to the Club or Club Sponsor will be subject to expulsion under ARTICLE III Section 5.

The Club travels in Corvette caravans. The Organizer is the leader of the caravan and communicates with other members of the caravan using a GMRS radio. Members are encouraged to purchase a GMRS radio. A designated trail vehicle communicates with the leader using the GMRS radio and stops with any member that drops out of the caravan. Members traveling in the caravan stay between the Organizer and trail vehicle. Drivers should follow all traffic laws, not obstruct traffic flow, allow other vehicles to safely move between Corvettes in the caravan when changing lanes, and ensure safe distance between vehicles before merging back into the end of the caravan after passing a vehicle.

The leader of the caravan will hold a drivers' meeting before starting travel for the day to provide a general itinerary, give cautions about the route or traffic, and any additional instructions to members for the safe operation of the caravan.
SECTION 5:  MEMBER ORGANIZED EVENTS
Events that are organized by Club Members will be counted as points events toward Member of the Year. Organizers of events will be required to provide attendance information to the Secretary and photos to the Historian
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