On Thursday October 30, 2014 club members took a beautiful fall drive to Stearns Ky to ride the Kentucky & Tennessee Railway on a three hour,  14 mile round-trip into the Daniel Boone National Forest and Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area. The trip is full of spectacular scenic vistas, lush vegetation, and mountain streams as it descends 600 feet into the gorge before stopping at the Blue Heron Coal Mining Camp, There they were able to tour what was once a working coal mining site.



October 25,2014, a beautiful fall day, the Plateau Corvette Club members enjoyed the last Crossville Downtown Cruise-In for 2014. A wide variety of  vintage cars were on display as other car clubs from the area attended. Everyone is looking forward to 2015’s Cruise-Ins.


On Wednesday October 22, 2014 the Ladies of the Plateau Corvette Club held their second luncheon at Legends of Druid Hills restaurant in Fairfield Glade. ( They were having so much fun “someone” forgot to take any pictures). The Ladies hope to continue having  luncheons at different locations in the future.

On October 18 Plateau Corvette Club members drove to Kingston Tennessee for their monthly Drive and Dine. This month they enjoyed a dinner at the Whitestone Country Inn, a charming and welcoming East Tennessee bed and breakfast with over 600-acres near Knoxville, TN. It resembles a village, complete with farmhouse, cottage and southern lodging.



September 27 Plateau Corvette Club President Coy and Treasury Mike traveled to Charlotte North Caroline to participate in the Nascar Racing Experience at Charlotte Motor Speedway were they drove a real Nascar race car.  Coy was able to reach top speed of over 153 mph and Mike hit over 150 mph.


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On Saturday October 4th Several Plateau Corvette Club  members enjoyed a German “family style” meal with members of the British Car Club at Bacaras Family Restaurant.

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October 4, 2014 Plateau Corvette Club members traveled to Gatlinburg, Tennessee for the annual Vette Fest held by the East Tennessee Corvette Club of Knoxville. Over 200 Corvettes of all classes attended from as far away as Ohio, Illinois, and Florida. Club member Connie Ingrassia won a Best of Class award for her C-6 2005 Corvette.

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