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Club Name :Maritime Camero Club

Address : 3603 Merson Ave.
City :Bridgewater
Province/State :Nova Scotia
Postal Code :
URL :http://www.maritimecamaroclub.com
Contact Name :Bernie Petolas
Phone :902-488-0708
Fax :
E-mail :maritimecamaroclub@gmail.com
Dues :0.00
Description :

In August 1990, Dave Ellingwood of Bridgewater NS, bought a 1980 Z28 and joined the International Camaro Club in September of the same year armed with the knowledge that with 6 registered members to the ICC, we could become a chartered member of the ICC. With all the Camaros around Dave thought that to be an easy job. Not so! By 1993 there were 3 main members, Bob Ronan, Tony Rafuse, and Dave with meetings at a pizza place in Chester Basin with the odd person or member showing up besides those three. The criteria for being a member of our club were to join the ICC and automatically be a member of the Nova Scotia Chapter of the ICC. Since the club was not growing fast enough, we decided to put on the 1st Annual Camaro Car Show, 12 June 1994. To our surprise, the club grew a little faster and next month when Dave went to the ICC show in Pocanno Penn. he received our charter. The club was on its way.

When we had our 2nd annual car show, the show grew along with membership and the birth of the Bluenose Camaro Club. The meetings started happening around this time on a more regular bases with Dave becoming president. giving up treasurer to Vic and secretary to Doug as he was doing it all to this point. Meeting went from Chester Basin to Tim Hortons in Burnside, then to the A&W in Burnside, and on to its present location at Arby's and the new club name Maritime Camaro Club. The club currently has 50 members from all over the Maritimes. With the demise of the ICC in 2000, the club is now a chapter of the Worldwide Camaro Association, based in Orlando, Florida.

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