Tuesday January 26 Plateau Corvette Club members enjoyed a night of Bowling at the Plateau Lanes Bowling Alley. Fun, Fun and a good time by all!!



January 16th Plateau Corvette Club members drove to the Wasabi Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar in Knoxville, TN. Everyone enjoyed the skill and showmanship of the Chef who entertained them as he performed the task of cooking their meals. Good food !! Great Fun!!





Sammy tried to use Chop Sticks and after an hour he did manage to eat some rice!!


December 19 Plateau Corvette Club members drove to Clinton Tn to The Museum of Appalachia. They enjoyed a hot lunch in the on site cafe. Then they wandered through the replca village of old Appalachia cabins and marveled at the simple treasures of the settlement days.

In the one-room, dirt-floored “Dan’l Boone” cabin,strings of popcorn and cotton balls circle a dormant tree ,paper chains and other ornaments trim the tree in the Little Tater Valley Schoolhouse.

There also was a Mark Twain Family Cabin, and a traditional silver star tops a native red cedar Christmas tree in the turn-of-the-century Peters Homestead House.

Thru the whole village it showed how they enjoyed the Christmas Hoildays with simple decorations and enjoyed their family time together.



December 12 Plateau Corvette Club members had their annual Christmas party. Good food with good friends, they all enjoyed an evening getting into the spirit of Christmas.



Friday December 11  members of the Plateau Corvette Club made Christmas donations to two local Cumberland County Charities. The first donation was made to Volunteer Energy Cooperative Project Deserve, which assists the elderly, handicapped, low-income, and unemployed with their electric bills in emergency situations.


Left to right are Coy Watson, President, Bobby Randolph , Crossville area Manager for Volunteer Energy, Laurie Kay, Secretary, Mike Ingrassia , Treasurer.

The second was The House of Hope of Crossville which is a short-term care facility providing care and services for endangered, abused and at-risk children of Cumberland County.


Coy, Mike, Cheryl Derrick of The House of Hope and Laurie.

December 9 Plateau Corvette Club members enjoyed a night of Bowling at the Plateau Lanes in Crossville.



On December 5 Plateau Corvette Club members drove to the  Cookie Jar Cafe for lunch. The Cookie Jar Cafe sits on a hilltop located on the Johnson Family Farm in Dunlap, TN. This vantage point provides a beautiful view of the Sequatchie Valley, the mountains, and the Cumberland Plateau. While relaxing in the rocking chairs on the porch, members also enjoyed the scenery of a real working dairy farm. They have a huge Cookie Jar collection on display in the Cafe.

For more information about the Plateau Corvette Club, email them at plateaucorvette@gmail.com




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