Chesapeake Classic Car Club

In 1991 the club changed their mission to include all makes, models, and years of cars and trucks and the name was changed to Chesapeake Classic Car Club. The clubs original membership of 14 has grown to 180 members as of 2017. For 33 years CCCC has donated to many local and national charities, including the following: Talbot County Hospice Caroline County Hospice Habitat for Humanity Caroline County Red Cross Dorchester County Sheriffs Dept. Dorchester County D.A.R.E. First Wesleyan Church- Canned Goods Drive Talbot Special Riders Regional Cancer Center- Memorial Hospital of Easton Talbot County Festival of Trees Easton Police Dept. Toy Drive Vietnam Veterans Easton Volunteer Fire Dept. CASA St. Benedictine School James M. Bryan, Jr. Foundation- Building Dreams For Youth Maryland Special Olympics National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial American Red Cross Talbot Humane Veterans of Foreign Wars Wounded Warrior Project



Easton, Maryland