On February 18, 2014 Plateau Corvette Club member Monte Pepperell (charter vice president) presented Dave Kirk with a plaque in recognition and thanks for his support and guidance in the founding and development of the Plateau Corvette Club in Crossville, Tennessee.
Plateau Corvette Club members enjoyed an evening at the Halcyon Days restaurant for our annual Valentine Dinner Party.
Plateau Corvette club members made a Christmas donation to the Volunteer Energy Cooperative Project Deserve, which assists the elderly, handicapped, low-income, and unemployed with their electric bills in emergency situations.
The Club’s Annual Christmas Party was held on December 8, 2013 at Scarlett Catering in Fairfield Glade. After a great dinner everyone enjoyed the Dirty Santa gift exchange. Thanks to Chuck and Sue for a fun evening.
Club President Coy Watson
Sam and his funny hat!!
Club member Russ Schubert attended the Corvette Museum’s Vets N Vettes in Bowling Green KY where he had the honor of driving a Wounded Warrior from Ft Campbell on a 85 mile tour of the Kentucky countryside accompanied by the Kentucky State Police. After the ride they had lunch at the museum and then toured the Corvette assembly plant.
The soldier he drove was Mike Rodgers from the central part of Michigan. He was wounded in a mortar attack in Afghanistan. Mike is married and has three children. He is waiting on medical retirement from the Army and will join his family in Michigan once he is retired.
Thanks to Russ for representing our club in this event.
On November 1 the Plateau Corvette Club took to the back roads of upper Cumberland County to enjoy the fall colors and to visit the Cumberland Mountain General Store in Clarkrange. The store has several rooms of antiques on display, some are even for sale. Everyone enjoyed lunch in the “Rock-A-Billy” 50s style diner located in the back of the General Store.
October 26 club members attended the last Crossville Downtown Cruise-In for 2013. The weather was cold and cloudy but a lot of people showed up to display their cars before the colder winter weather sets in.