On Monday, July 20,  three Plateau Corvette Club Corvettes enjoyed warm weather, beautiful scenery and no rain until last 15 miles  It all made for a great trip along the Hiwassee River near the Georgia border. A grandson got to see how his grandpa plays and enjoys his “Toy”. FullSizeRender

Saturday, July 11 Plateau Corvette Club members drove to Jamestown for the Cumberland Plateau BBQ Cook-Off.
There was a “Cruise In” & Blue Grass Music that was performed by Stephanie Lane & Olds 88.
Food was available , Hot Dogs, Burgers and Pulled Pork.
They were able to sample a Buffet Dinner provided by BBQ Competitors in the Cook Off.

Great music and good food was enjoyed by all.

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June’s Drive and Dine was a return to The Bull and Thistle Restaurant in Gainesboro Tennessee.  Club members enjoyed a leisure drive and a great meal.

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On June 16 the Plateau Corvette Club drove the Petros Triangle and ate a late lunch at Red Bones On The River in Kingston. Two members said it’s too hot to work outside so might as well drive the Triangle. God washed our cars while we ate and then stopped for our drive home.

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The 1st annual Fairfield Glade Cruise-In hosted by the Plateau Corvette Club was held on June 13, 2015 at Mirror Lake in Fairfield Glade. 110 cars and motorcycles of all makes and models were on display. A large crowd was on hand to enjoy the beautiful weather. The winner of the People’s Choice Trophy was a 1955 Chevrolet owned by Pat & Dave Carpenter. A special Kid’s Choice Trophy was given to Lou Oniga for his 1999 Plymouth Prowler.

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1955 Chevy Pat and Dave Carpenter

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Pat and Dave Carpenter People’s Choice Award Winner

1999 Plymouth Prowler Lou Oniga

1999 Plymouth Prowler
Lou Oniga   Kid’s Choice Award Winner

On Memorial Day weekend  club members attended the East Tennessee Corvette Club event at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY. The weekend featured a high and low speed Autocross at the new NCM Motorsports Park. This was the first NCCC event held at the park. Some of the club members ran their cars on both the low and high speed track. Touring laps were available so members could drive their cars on the high speed track. On Sunday, one club member won an Award of Excellence for his 1963 Corvette at the Car Show held at the Corvette Museum. .

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Club members enjoyed a Saturday afternoon at the Crossville  Downtown Cruise-In held at Lake Tansi for the month of May due to downtown construction. Vintage cars of all kind were on display.

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