On July 12, club members took a cruise to Dayton, Tennessee and enjoyed a lunch stop at Jacob Myer’s Restaurant. Blue skies and great weather made for a fun day to enjoy our Corvettes.
Plateau Corvette Club members drove to The Hermitage near Nashville, TN. Home to our 7th President, Andrew Jackson, the Hermitage is full of the rich history of old Tennessee. Once a growing cotton plantation, the Hermitage is now a Historic Museum showing the way things were back in the 1800s. The Mansion was open for tours and tour guides explain the history of the Plantation. Walking the gardens you could envision the way things were back then and the hardships that they encountered.
Saturday, June 21, started out as a nice ride to the Petros Triangle Area. Club members were enjoying their Corvettes on the many twists and turns of the roads in this part of Tennessee. Then the skies opened up with a down-pouring rain that made them stop until the rain quit. They then continued on to have lunch at Red Bones on the River in Kingston. Everyone enjoyed Petros Triangle,views of the river, and a good meal in spite of the rain.
Saturday, June 7, 2014 on a warm beautiful day, the Plateau Corvette Club held their first car Cruise-In at the Cumberland County Fairgrounds. This was a benefit for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Over 60 cars were in attendance from classics to newer model cars. A silent auction was also held with many great buys for the crowd on hand.