Sioux Falls Corvette Club

August Meeting Minutes

SFCC General Membership Meeting
Wednesday, August 31st, 2016
The general Membership meeting was called to order at 7:30 by Sgt of Arms Dave M
Mike introduced new members. Gray and Anita Flagtwedt are recent members; they own a magnetic red C5. Brent and Corrine Adams are from Yankton, they own a 2009 Z06 ,Bob Sorenson is a new member from Sioux Falls, he owns a 1991 C4.
Dave Rowe asked for volunteers to drive their corvettes in the USD Homecoming parade on Oct 8th. Used to transport VIPs during the parade.
Fall Color Run by Suburban Corvettes of Minnesota is October 8th and 9th. Handouts shared.
Doc is planning an event on Sept 30th to a Fagen Fighters WWII Museum in Granite Falls, Minnesota. Please check with him for sign up. Details are available on the website.
Dusty Miller shared a gift idea of a book – Murder Mystery Corvette Book for $20.
Roger Coon shared a SFCC design for a plastic magnet sticker for placing on cars. $15 for set of 2.
Bylaws: a copy of bylaws has been sent out. Mike G encouraged group to read and review. This is 2 ½ years of revisions. Hope to pass the new bylaws by years end. If there are any concerns please send messages regarding changes or concerns so they can be addressed at the Board Meeting. An official announcement made to notify members of special meeting to be held at 7 pm on September 28th to vote on the bylaws. Lola B had questions regarding when new members had voting rights (upon joining). She also questioned need for Sgt of Arms as a viable board position.
Mike introduced Mike S, Jon P and Jason Arendt as a group that requested to make a presentation to the general membership. The group addressed the members in regards to their feelings on BHCC. Several thoughts they shared were whether to keep BHCC as is or make changes. The group shared a questionnaire asking members to rank 5 items on “why does SFCC host BHCC?”. The group asked members to consider whether it was time to re invent BHCC, scale it back, or how to evolve. Comments from group: MJ – question – where money for meetings would come from if BHCC not used as a fund raiser. Answer – decrease meetings, and rather do drive/dine events. Could also supplement from current savings acct for SFCC. Lola B – felt this was a premature discussion as have Kris Haase committed for leading BHCC to 50th. She questioned how having less meeting would keep continuing friendships and new members connected. Drive and dine are limited in attendees. She felt BHCC has transitioned through the years. Bill K – wants to keep it going definitely to 50 years. He felt the club is social group and without the meetings the club would dissolve. He felt the BHCC bonds the club. Chuck W – feels the BHCC is a blast. It is a good fund raiser. If cost is a concern for club it should consider different meeting location. Doc – suggested the club look at modifying events at BHCC to make it more
basic but should keep the event going. He felt this is a social club and meetings should be held monthly. Dave Rowe- reminded the club that the event is old for us but it is new for attendees. There have been many positive comments. He felt the entire club had a good attitude about the event this year – event was revitalized thanks to Kris H. He felt the event should be done for people who want to attend the event. Jim M – suggested considering raising club membership dues, especially if would limit # at BHCC as this would decrease income. Art N – agreed that this year had renewed energy. He wondered if the BHCC had too many events. He felt the event makes other people happy which makes members happy.
MJ made a motion to make Riddles honorary members due to their many donations to the club. Motion was seconded by Dusty Miller. Motion carried.
Kris H reported that a meeting was held with Spearfish in regards to BHCC. They felt they could offer 10 people to help with event next year. Holiday Inn did not receive any complaints from guests. Of surveys about 60% were returned. Surveys responses indicated not enough events offered. Consider working with Deadwood Lodge to see if there is an event for them to host. Kris would like to get businesses involved. Auto cross and drag races did hurt for volunteers. Mike and Connie need help with tours and Dusty and Kathy need help with merchandise.
Vice President:
Eric had lap top available for members to update their information. He also spoke about Fun Fest which is coming up in September. Eric did attend Crown Road Rally Race – Minneapolis to Chicago.
Next Drive and Dine will be September 13th hosted by Warren and Kaye. Meet in Brandon for trip to Flandreau to eat at Mad Mary’s.
Please see the website for details of all events.
Pictures from BHCC were played on the screen for viewing.
Barry Konken spoke about the event in Hastings Nebraska. 15 drivers were present. Good weekend event for driving and driving school, block party.
Break: 50/50 raffle drawing tickets were sold by Dave Mutschelknaus, Sgt at Arms. Winners were $58 to Bill Kulander, $58 to Children’s Inn. $20 gift card to Connie Gilbride.
A motion to adjourn the meeting was made and seconded. Motion carried. The meeting was adjourned at 8:50.
The next Board Meeting will be September 20th, 2016 at CJ Callaway’s at 6:30 pm.
The next General Membership gathering will be September 31st, 2016 at CJ Callaway’s at 7:30 pm.
Respectfully submitted,
Jane Mutschelknaus, Secretary

Sioux Falls Corvette Club Board Minutes
Monday August 22nd, 2016
Board Members Present: Jane and Dave Mutschelknaus, Kris Haase, Dusty and Kathy Miller, Lisa Glasgow, John Pesicka, Eric Bertrand, Glen and Mic Hofer, Mike Gilbride, Jason Arendt, Roger Coon, Mike Skiles
Guests: Ron Kersbergen, BJ Glasgow
The meeting was called to order at 6:35 by Dave Mutschelknaus
Mike invited Jason, Mike S and Jon P to give a presentation on whether to continue BHCC or make it a club event after the 50th anniversary of BHCC. The group presented their ideas on possible changes and new options for BHCC. They questioned why the event was held and what members perceived as the reason – financial, invitation to other corvette owners, or as profit to help run meetings for SFCC? They would like to present to the general membership meeting to get feedback on why doing event and if it should continue and how to make it better. They would like to discuss how to freshen up the event or how to add value. Jon presented financial options and budget for funding SFCC if BHCC was not held or became a club event only. Mike S, Jason, and Jon will present their ideas at the next general membership meeting.
Vice President:
Discussion was held as how to best reach out to new members to make them feel welcomed.
Minutes are completed for all board and general meeting.
Lisa Glasgow will have July report done by end of week.
Kris reported the post BHCC meeting was well attended. There were 46% new attendees at the BHCC. Kris can upload pictures on the website.
Old Business:
Reviewed proposed changes to the Bylaws. Will plan to vote at the September general membership meeting. Members will be notified of September meeting to vote on Bylaws. Jane M made a motion to accept the bylaws with minor changes made, to have Mike G speak to general membership at August
meeting, and then to vote at September general membership meeting, after notification and Bylaws sent out. Jon Pesick seconded the motion, motion carried.
Mike S suggested other options for holding Board meetings as room at Willow Run and room at District/Rookies.
A motion was made by Mike S to adjourn the meeting. Motion seconded by Jason A. Motion carried. The meeting was adjourned at 8:23 by Mike Gilbride.
The next General Membership meeting will be August 31st at 7:30 pm at CJ Callaway’s.
The next Board Meeting will be September 20th at 6:30 at CJ Callaway’s.
Respectfully submitted,
Jane Mutschelknaus, Secretary


Good Friend Hospitalized

Woman with Bible

Our good friend Bill Kullander has been hospitalized. Bill is requesting no visitors at this time. It appears he will be in the hospital for a week or so. Send him well wishes and prayers. If you choose to send a card, please address to his home.
Bill Kullander
5008 E Havenhill Dr
Sioux Falls SD  57110


Come join the fun September 30th! Take a Corvette trip to the Fagen WWII Flight Museum in Granite Falls MN (30 min. north of Marshall). Re-live WWII history, including full-scale dioramas, many WWII machines and most of all, many WWII trainer and fighter airplanes in flying condition. The airplanes will be active if the weather is nice, and rides might be available in a PT26 WWII trainer ($125, but long rides). Some of the airplanes include two P40s, two P51 Mustangs, Japanese Zero, P38 (forked tail devil), B25, FM-2 Wildcat, and MORE! The museum is free, but a freewill donation is appreciated. (suggested $10)

Vehicles, Art Exhibits, Library, Airplanes-something for everyone.

It is a two hour 30min. drive. We should plan on leaving 8:30ish to get there for lunch, and the rest of the day at the museum at your pleasure. Lunch might be at the Golf Club, but I need a head count, so will determine the exact place as soon as I can, as well as firm up the departure place and time. We can have a guided tour, or go on our own. If you would like to see more, go to  or google Fagen flight museum. Hope you will join us for the fun.

Please Rsvp me as soon as possible, at as they would like a head count.


Doc Walker


Mike –

I hope this email finds you well and all is great at the Sioux Falls Corvette Club!

I’m reaching out from Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation, a pediatric cancer non-profit located in Charlotte, NC. We are currently holding a raffle to win Jeff’s 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible 3LT with Z51 Performance Package! Throughout the years we are proud to say that we have raised millions of dollars to fund research and innovative programs to fight childhood cancer around the country and globally through the raffle.

I wanted to see if it would be possible to share our raffle with the Sioux Falls Corvette Club. Our raffle sells out every year, but we always want to make sure we are extending the raffle to new audiences to have the opportunity to win a great car and support an even better mission. Your club can learn more here:

Additionally, if there is a family in your club that might be affected by pediatric cancer please let them know that the foundation or one of our partner organizations may be able to provide valuable resources. Please feel free to give anyone my contact info that might need it.

Let me know if I can provide additional information or answer any questions.

Thank you!

Brian Myers

Development Manager

1310 S Tryon Street

Suite 105
Charlotte, NC 28203
Telephone: 980.999.5149




Jerry’s Chevrolet Corvette Driving Experience 2016

Let’s go racing! It’s time again to go play all day on a race track. We will be back at Motorsport Park Hastings (MPH). This is a fabulous 2.15 mile road course located in Hastings, NE: . We’ve had fun in the past but this year we’re going to turn things up a notch with an amazing race weekend set to happen on August 19th – 21st.   The main event will take place on Saturday August 20th. But wait there’s much more fun this year:

Friday from 1-5PM anyone who is registered for the Saturday event can run during the Guardrail Club event for $65

Friday night from 7:15-9:45PM is street drag racing on the track.  You pick who you want to race.  Run as many times as you like for $25

Saturday from 10AM to 5PM we will have lapping for $135 per driver which includes morning coffee and rolls and then lunch at noon.  For those who have never been to the track their will be a mandatory drivers education for $165 which includes in car instruction.  Anyone who is interested in additional driving instruction is also welcome take advantage of this.

Saturday night from 7:30 to 9:30PM there will be a Klatt Motorsports Block Party with open houses at the garages and a small car show.  Plus track tours on the Bacardi Bus.

Sunday from 9:30 to 11:45 we will have Go Kart rentals available for racing for $100 per car.  This will be an exclusive event for our group. We need a minimum of 6 drivers to make this event possible.

Plus track insurance will be available through Lockton Motorsports

This will be the most fun filled action packed race event we have ever put together.

Rooms are available at the Hastings Comfort Inn. You can reach them at 402.463.5252. Ask for the Jerry’s Chevrolet block. Rooms will be held until Sunday (7/31) at midnight.

Full event details are listed below

If you are planning on joining us please RSVP me immediately.

Thank you

Barry Konken

Jerry’s Chevrolet & Corvette Center

Beresford, SD

WK 605.763.6000

Cell 605.212.1978

Track Day’s & HPDE School Jerry’s Chevrolet 2016

Rules:     MPH Guardrail Club Track Time August 20th, 2016

Time:   9AM – 5PM – Per Qualified Driver $135 Check/Cash for (CC VISA/MC add $10 ($145) Price) registration at anytime between 8AM and 9AM. Driver’s meeting 9AM in Clubhouse. New driver School adds $165 = $300. Reservation required 10 days in advance. Includes Saturday AM Coffee & Rolls & Lunch.

Saturday Night BYO Block Party: “FREE” At Klatt Motorsports in the Garage Area 7:30 – 9:30 PM. Garage owners have their cars open for tours and Bacardi Bus rides on the Track with George showing you the “Real Line for faster Lap times”.

Friday After Noon 8/19/16 MPH Guardrail Club Track Time $65

Qualified Drivers attending Jerry’s Chevrolet event Saturday may attend Friday afternoons GR Club Track Day from 1:00 – 5:00 PM for $65 additional to Jerry’s Chevrolet event.

Sunday 8/21 9:30 – 11:45 AM WKA Karting – Rentals are $100 each Driver – 3 10-15 Minute sessions with Runoff for top Drivers! RSVP in Advance Required.

Register: In Clubhouse. Includes One Qualified Driver wristband with signed Waiver (Red) Crew (Green) no charge for Crew up to 2. You may register in advance with Barry, Friday evening in Clubhouse or between 8AM and 9AM Saturday morning or at Jerry’s Chevrolet. (Minimum 6 Driver’s needed to have Sunday AM event.)

Sessions Saturday:   Closed Wheel Cars starting at 10AM. 20 Minutes Green that includes Advanced, intermediate, novice (School) sessions as needed. Lunch 12PM

Insurance on your Car:

Passing:     Allowed in our three YES/NO areas using Point By on your left

Wristbands: Drivers (Red) Crew (Green) (NO Passengers allowed in Advanced or Intermediate sessions in 2016 unless they are instructors from the Track)

You’re responsible for any damage to our facility including Guardrail

This is Open Track Time not racing – we will display passing flags if needed and Black   If you break down or have stopped do not get out of your car and please get offline!

Helmets required SA2010 or newer – we do have loaners

George Anderson – MPH – as of 7/11/16 – Revision 01 or cell/text 402-461-8031


Hey Gang! Here’s another opportunity to show off your Corvette in a parade, show your support to one of our State’s great universities or just have some great fun for the day!

The University of South Dakota has requested the Club’s support to provide rides for about 30 dignitaries for the Dakota Days Parade on Saturday, October 8th. You’ll have to be in place (Vermilion High School at 8am).

It would be great if a USD alumni would be interested in taking on this request – there’s got to be a couple of y’all in the Club!

If you’re interested in “ram roding” this event please contact Mike Gilbride – he’s got all the details.

Contact Mike by phone or email:

    Cell: 605-321-5869



SFCC General Membership Meeting

Wednesday, June 29th, 2016

The general Membership meeting was called to order at 7:30 by Sgt at Arms Dave Mutschelknaus


Mike G shared an interesting and entertaining story on snakes with the group

Jeff Armstrong requested 9 convertible corvettes to drive in the Hot Harley Nights parade to allow children from Make A Wish to ride along.  These cars would lead the route for Hot Harley Nights.

The University of Okoboji Corvette Club is having a car show on July 29th– 30th.  There is a drive and dine event with the car show.

Kim Vanderwerf, a club member, will be having surgery at Mayo Clinic for a tumor to his right eye.  Please send well wishes to him and his wife, Teri.

Glen and Mic Hofer reprinted 20 copies of DVD of the history of SFCC, BHCC originally made in 2006.  They are asking for $5.00 for each DVD.

Stan Dressan has sold his C4 Corvette.  He has a car cover and key fob for this model for sale.

Roger and Lola Coon had a history of SFCC with pictures displayed on poster boards for members to view.

Vice President:

212 members for SFCC.  MJ introduced new members John and Deb Platestrom.  They have recently moved to the area.  They have owned a 2008 red coupe for the past 4 years. They did attend BHCC last year.  Rick and Deb Bishop have been past/intermittent members. Currently they own a 2015 C7. Gayle and Patti Reiner’s are past members visiting this evening.  Linda and Bob Moorland are past members who are also visiting, Bob was president of the club in 1976.  They are attending BHCC this year.

Jason will have information soon regarding an event August 19th – 21st in Hastings NE.  This will be a high speed event held in conjunction with Jerry’s.  Jason is also helping with the auto cross and drag races at BHCC. Autocross is at Black Hills State 8:00 to 12:00 on Friday.  Barry did speak of adding a new twist to the autocross this year with a “battle of the pros” component.   Volunteers are needed.


Dusty had the merchandise trailer out front of Callaway’s.  A discount was given tonight on purchases. Dusty also has a small amount of SFCC caps.



Lisa Glasgow reports the club finances are solvent.


Mike G is planning a picnic at the end of July in place of the general meeting.  More details to come. Please check the website for details.


Kris reported on BHCC.  There are 351 cars registered. 370 people are signed up for the banquet. 44 different clubs are registered.  558 people are signed up for the mixer in Spearfish.  425 are signed up to attend events at Jerry’s on Wednesday. Numbers signed up for different events:    83- autocross,   80 – poker run,   100- Women’s event,    600- Vette Street,    100 – drag races.  4 seminars are being held.

Due to the Department of Transportation repaving Spearfish Canyon highway the Dream Cruise will be cancelled.  Kris will send out a notice to registrants who have signed up for this event.   The tours are mostly full.   Please wear blue to the banquet to help represent SFCC.


Barry Konken requests volunteers at 8:00 on Wednesday of BHCC to help with parking.  Currently 400 people are signed up to attend.  A drone will fly over at noon for pictures with owners standing by their cars.

Spring Rally:

The May spring rally went well.

 Break: 50/50 raffle drawing tickets were sold by Dave Mutschelknaus, Sgt at Arms.  Winners were $106 to Jan Hudson, $106 to Children’s Inn.  And a $20 gift card to Wes Jolin.  A Frying Pan gift card was won by BJ and Lisa Glasgow.  A Pizza and Culvers gift card was won by Wes Jolin.

A motion to adjourn the meeting was made by Bob and seconded Kathy.  Motion carried.  The meeting was adjourned at 8:40.

The next Board Meeting will be August 23rd, 2016 at CJ Callaway’s at 6:30 pm.

The next General Membership meeting will be August 31st, 2016 at CJ Callaway’s at 7:30 pm.

Respectfully submitted,

Jane Mutschelknaus, Secretary


Sioux Falls Corvette Club Board Minutes

Tuesday June 21st , 2016

 Board Members Present:   Jane and Dave Mutschelknaus, Kris Haase, Dusty and Kathy Miller, Lisa Glasgow, John Pesicka, Eric Bertrand, Glen and Mic Hofer, Mike Gilbride

Guests: Ron Kersbergen, BJ Glasgow

The meeting was called to order at 6:30 by Mike Gilbride


Mike shared an email request from NFC performance to offer a discount for a link to the club website.  As NFC has little product to offer for corvettes this was declined.  Mike noted the Roger and Lola will have poster boards of club history at the general meeting next week. Ron K also has history of the club pins.   Mike did post a Prez Sez on the website.

Vice President:

Membership is at 222 members.


Minutes are completed for all board and general meeting.


Dusty will need a few volunteers for BHCC.  The merchandise truck will be at the general meeting for sales.


Lisa Glasgow has visited with the banks and has updated the accounts for SFCC and BHCC.

Spring Rally:

The rally went well.  The event was well attended.

Car Show:

There was a good turnout for the car show.  After discussion the Board decided to donate any remaining T-shirts from the car show rather than do a close out sale at the BHCC.  The thank-you board was displayed at the car show but will not be displayed at BHCC.


Kris has a group gathering on Monday, June 27th at 6:30 in the evening to help put together the packets for BHCC.  There are 342 registrations with walk-ins expected. The tours are fairly full and the drag races have a good number signed up. Kris is planning 100 for the Women’s event. Volunteers are needed for auto cross, drag races, and Spearfish registration.   The Dream Cruise has run into a problem in that the Spearfish Canyon Road is being repaved.  Other routes are being considered.  Kris will send out prior notice that due to road construction the Dream Cruise in Spearfish Canyon will not be held.  C-Magic will be present at BHCC.

A motion was made by Eric Bertrand and seconded by Jon Pesicka to have the number of events worked for BHCC in order to qualify for possible discount as 2 events per person/4 events per couple.  The discount could be offered if the BHCC makes a profit and the amount would be determined based on profit.  The motion carried.

Old Business:

The updating of the Bylaws has been delayed to August after the BHCC.  Kris has been visiting with a person from Madison in regards to her possibly redoing the website. She works at Dakota State printing facility and does do free-lance.  Kris will check on her rate and number of hours needed.


A motion was made by Dave M to adjourn the meeting.  Motion seconded by Kris Haase.  Motion carried.  The meeting was adjourned at 8:00 by Mike Gilbride.

The next General Membership meeting will be June 29th at 7:30 pm at CJ Callaway’s.

The next Board Meeting will be August 23rd at 6:30 at CJ Callaway’s.

Respectfully submitted,

Jane Mutschelknaus, Secretary





 5th Annual Vettes on the Plains

August 13, 2016

Bass Pro Shop – 12051 Bass Pro Drive, Olathe KS

Rain or Shine Event

Registration 8:00 am – 11:00 am – Awards at approximately 2:30 pm

1st, 2nd & 3rd Place Trophies All Generations ¨ Best of Show ¨ Bass Pro Choice

Note: Judging Criteria is posted at www.KCCORVETTEASSOCIATION.COM

Silent Auction ¨ Door Prizes ¨ 50/50 Pot

KCCA Proudly Supports Wounded Warriors , Camp Quality & St. Jude Children’s Hospital


Pre-Registration $30.00                                After August 1st $35.00


  • ————————————-Registration Form (Please Print & Send With Payment)——————————————

                                                                                                                                                                                Car Information:

Name: ______________________________________________________________

                                                                                                                                                                                Coupe ____ Conv. ____ Hardtop ____


                                                                                                                                                                                Year ___________ Color ___________

City, State, Zip: ______________________________________________________


Home Phone: ______________________ Cell Phone: _______________________                    


Email Address: ______________________________________________________ Club Affiliation: _____________________________           


Will you attend Friday Night Meet & Greet?              Yes ___           No ___                        Number Attending _______________________


Meet & Greet at Uncle Buck’s Grill, located at Bass Pro.   6:00 – 8:00 pm  Full 2-Meat BBQ Buffet $15.00 per person/includes non-alcoholic beverages, taxes & gratuity. Restaurant requires firm headcount so BUFFET MUST BE PRE-PAID WITH REGISTRATION.


 Total: Registration _________ + Meet & Greet ________= $ ________   Make Check Payable to KCCA


Host Hotel:  Hilton Garden Inn 12080 S. Strang Line Rd  Olathe KS  66062  913-815-2345  $124.00/night (includes breakfast), plus tax. Reservations must be made 30 days prior to show date to guarantee this rate.


Hold Harmless Agreement:  I agree to assume risks of any and all damages or injuries and to indemnify and hold harmless the Kansas City Corvette Association for any acts or omissions which result in the theft of or damage to my property or injury to me or others occurring during or as a consequence of this event.


Signature: ________________________________________________________ Date:__________________________________________


Mail Registration Form & Payment To:

Katie Curtiss 1025 SE Wingate Court Lee’s Summit, MO  64081 (816) 589-5743