The Midwest Early Corvette Club was established in 1972. We are proud members of the National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC) and its West Region (WR). Club # WR-117. MECC is a nonprofit organization organized under Nebraska law. The Club contributes annually to worthwhile charitable organizations such as the American Kidney Foundation of Nebraska, the American Cancer Society, and the American Heart Association of Nebraska.
Our club meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month (except December) at the Pizza Ranch located at 3010 South 84th Street, Omaha, NE. Dinner is at 6 pm and the meeting starts at 7 pm. If you own a Corvette, please join us!
President - Steve Meisenbach
Vice President - Ron Gillis
Secretary - Sherri Kunz
Treasurer - Frank Metzler
NCCC Governor - Doyle Eicher
Ombudsman - Chuck Garber
Newsletter Editor - Linda Abel
NCM Ambassador - Harlen Kittrell
Webmaster - Mike McCarron
Officer/Board meetings are at 7pm the last Tuesday of each month. Locations vary, please email us for information.
MECC President Steve Meisenbach presents a check to American Cancer Society Representative Bryan Ortner at our May 2017 meeting.
Club dues are $65 a year for a member and spouse (aka family membership) which includes membership in the National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC). Subsequent years are $55 for a family membership.
A single membership is $55 for the first year and $50 for subsequent years and includes NCCC membership.
Please contact us for more information, or attend one of our monthly meetings to see if MECC is right for you.
MECC President Steve Meisenbach presents a check to Metropolitan Community College Representatives Tom Pensabene and Al Cox for their Automotive Technology Programs.
MECC President Steve Meisenbach presents a check to American Kidney Foundation Representative Tim Neal at our March 2017 meeting.
Dedicated to the maintenance, preservation, and restoration of Corvettes 1953 to present.
MIDWEST EARLY CORVETTE CLUB
MECC President Steve Meisenbach presents a check to American Heart Association Representative Ryan Lally at our April 2017 meeting.