The American Legion Post 178 Color Guard and cadets from the Lebanon Trail Navy National Defense Cadet Corps presented the Nation’s Colors and service flags at the Lone Star Corvette Classic at Texas Motor Speedway. Photo Courtesy of Cadet Seaman Emma Ward.
On Saturday, June 11, the American Legion Post 178 Color Guard and five members of the Lebanon Trail Navy National Defense Cadet Corps presented the Nation’s Colors at the 32nd Annual Lone Star Corvette Classic at the Texas Motor Speedway. The Classic is a major event of the Lone Star Corvette Club. Proceeds benefit the Speedway Children’s Charities and The National Corvette Museum.
The Classic was a two-day event. On Friday, it started with a picnic-style dinner followed by laps around the Texas Motor Speedway. On Saturday, the day was full of sun, great cars, and wholesome fun. It started with a car show on the parking lot and ended with dinner, awards, and a live auction.
Founded in 1982, the Lone Star Corvette Club has over 1,000 members in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. It offers about any activity an owner of “America’s Sports Car” could want.