The York County Corvette Club (YCCC) was founded in 1968 and is an active member of the National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC) and is part of the Eastern Region. The National Council of Corvette Clubs, Inc. (NCCC) was founded in the United States as an all volunteer, non-profit organization in 1959 by a small group of Corvette owners/enthusiasts! In 2009 we celebrated our 50th Anniversary and look forward to many more years of fellowship. The purpose of NCCC was (and still is) to promote interest in Corvette ownership and operation, to publish information on the use and operation of the Corvette and to establish an organized effort to encourage others to participate in the enjoyment connected with the use and ownership of the Corvette ~ America’s Sports Car!
In the early days, the number of Clubs was rather small with all of the them being located East of the Mississippi. Today, there are about 250 Clubs in 16 Regions both East and West of the Mississippi! The membership in NCCC is comprised of more than 19,000 Members and is the largest non-profit, all volunteer Corvette organization in the United States!
Today, the YCCC has over 170 members and many, many Corvettes, both old and new in it’s “fleet”! This year, 2018, we are celebrating our 50th Anniversary and will be having a variety of events over the year! The members of YCCC attends many car shows over the year and plays hosts to 4 of them. See our Events Page for these shows! We are a very active group doing a variety of day trips or longer throughout the year. Every first Friday of the month, we have an ice cream run to a secret location picked out by our Program Director.
The York County Corvette Club proudly supports 2 charities, The Children’s Advocacy of York County and the Chip Miller Amyloidosis Foundation.
The York County Children’s Advocacy Center Center offers a safe place for child abuse victims to receive forensic interviews. Provides a caring, soothing environment to help children through the trauma of physical and sexual abuse. The mission of the York County Children’s Advocacy center is to reduce the trauma of child abuse investigations; foster professional collaboration and cooperation; and provide education and advocacy regarding the prevention of child abuse within the community.
The Chip Miller Amyloidosis Foundation, formerly known as the “Chip Miller Charitable Foundation”, is to empower people with the knowledge and understanding of Amyloidosis for earlier detection, ensuring a better quality of life for those afflicted with the disease and to help science find the cures.