In August 2003, a group of Corvette enthusiasts got together
and decided to form a club made up of people with a similar
passion for
America’s sports car, the

From this desire Lake Cumberland Corvettes became a reality.

Our founding members were:

Jim & Cindy Stringer
Alvin & Brenda Neal
Eugene & Dianna Davis
Ron & Maylene Gann
Dale & Jill Parker
Dallas & Freda Elmore

The club is located in Somerset, Kentucky - the home of beautiful
Lake Cumberland.

Today we have members from many parts of the Central
Kentucky area.

The main objectives of our group are to

Enjoy our Corvettes!
Meet new friends
Go places, and
Have a Great Time!

Each year we participate in car shows, cruises, and parades. Of
course, we also enjoy finding a great place to eat.  

The Club’s various activities have been featured numerous times
in the local newspaper -  The Commonwealth Journal.  Our first
newspaper article featured a front page picture with five C3
Corvettes taken on Lake Cumberland at Pulaski   County Park.

We are a non-profit organization and actively provide financial
assistance to needy organizations in the  community.  Some   
charitable activities have included “Toys for Tots” and “Toys for
Iraqi Children” at Christmas. We have raised money for the
American Cancer Society through the “Love Lights a Tree” and
“Relay for Life” programs.

We became incorporated on May 25, 2004  and have   General
Motors approval for our club.

Our club joined the National Corvette Museum on  March 14,
2005. Within the  club, we have several members who  have family

The club meets monthly on the 4th Saturday to conduct business.

From April thru October, we participate in Somernites Cruise,  a
HUGE car show held in downtown Somerset. We normally meet at
Monticello Bank - located on the Hwy. 80 By-pass across from    
K-Mart and leave for the cruise at 2:00pm.

Our mailing address is

Lake Cumberland Corvettes
PO Box 3751
West Somerset KY 42564

We owe a Special Thanks to
Don Franklin Chevrolet for
sponsoringour website and
Somernites Cruise for creating the
opportunity for us to meet and form our club.

In Special Memory of
Dallas Elmore,  one of our founding
members, 1938-2010