May 16th the 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!! IMG_3318 IMG_3320IMG_3321

On May 9 the Plateau Corvette Club held their spring picnic at St George Marina in Fairfield Glade. Everyone enjoyed a catered lunch,  Pontoon boats rides on the lake, and spirited games of corn hole. FullSizeRender-002FullSizeRender FullSizeRender_1-001FullSizeRender-001

On May 3, 2015, Plateau Corvette Club members traveled to Reeder Chevrolet in Knoxville for the East Tennessee Corvette Club’s 46th Annual SHOW & SHINE CORVETTE SHOW. All classes of Corvettes were judged on condition & cleanliness only.  With over 160 Corvettes on display, all models from C-1 to C-7 Corvettes were there. The weather was great and made for a nice car show..



On May 2 Plateau Corvette club members enjoyed a nice day at the Crossville Outlet Center Customer Appreciation Day Event. With many of the merchants in the Center having sales shopping was on the list of things to see and do.


The April Drive and Dine was expanded to 2 different groups traveling  to Knoxville, TN for a Knoxville Food Tour, Our tour guide, Paula, told us of the history of downtown Knoxville and interspersed the information with dining at 4 different restaurants and ending at a winery. We were fed well with food and knowledge of downtown Knoxville, including the famous Market Square we see on TV,

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Plateau Corvette Club members on Sunday, April 12, took a tour of the Dogwood trails in Knoxville, TN. They drove through the Sequoyah Hills and Lakemoor Hills neighborhoods.  The Sequoyah Hills Dogwood Trail, which begins and ends on Cherokee Boulevard, was named for the Indians who were Knoxville’s original “first settlers.” Knoxville’s first Dogwood Trail opened here in 1955. The Lakemoor Hills (Loudon Lake) Dogwood Trail, which begins in a high wooded area, is where native white dogwood trees abound, and wild redbuds spread pink parasols above the garden plantings.  The lawn plantings include azaleas (white, pink, and dark red), and a gigantic American holly, Pink is the preferred color for lawn plantings found on redbuds, flowering crabapples, and Japanese cherry trees. Then they had lunch on the  patio at The Lakeside Tavern facing the river in Knoxville.  The weather was great with no rain in sight. IMG_3297IMG_3272IMG_3225


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