The Plateau Corvette Club made their annual Christmas donations to two local charities. Each year two charities are chosen by the club members. This year they chose Genesis House of Cookeville and Cumberland County Rescue Squad of Crossville.

Thanks to Lee Goldkopf and Laurie Kay for doing the research on local Charities and the two articles.

Thanks to Sam for the Photos

Presenting the Check is Lee Goldkopf to Danielle Girt of Genesis House with Michael Ingrassia

Genesis House mission statement is to promote the general welfare of victims of domestic and sexual violence by providing shelter, goods and services while helping them find safety in their lives and the self-sufficiency and healing needed to become independent. To this end, it is also our mission to enlighten the community in the dynamics of domestic and sexual abuse and its’ prevention by providing comprehensive educational programs.

Lee Goldkopf presenting a check to Kyle Hearndon of the Cumberland County Rescue Squad with Michael Ingrassia

The mission of Cumberland County Rescue Squad is to save lives and serve our citizens and the surrounding regions through advanced rescue operations, emergency support and community safety.

The Cumberland County Rescue Squad is a 501(c)(3) non-profit ran entirely by volunteers. The squad receives its funding for day to day operations and expenses from public donations, The City of Crossville, Cumberland County, and the United Fund. All money donated to the rescue squad is invested towards training & equipment so rescue squad is mission ready at all times 27/7/365.

November 17th Plateau Corvette Club members took Another great spirited drive by back roads to the Devils Triangle and then lunch at the Gondolier Restaurant  in Harriman. Perfect top off weather!

Thanks to John and Reggie for a fun drive and pictures.

Saturday November 6 , 2021, the Plateau Corvette members participated in the Crossville Veterans Day Parade. They escorted Ms Tennessee, Ms Senior Cumberland County, and Ms Fairest of the Fair.

Thanks to Connie , Lee and John for the great pictures!

Big Thank You to Don for organizing the Corvettes Drivers

At the November 4th 2021 meeting the Plateau Corvette Club celebrated their 10th Anniversary. The club was established on November 3rd , 2011 with the first meeting being held at Dave Kirk Automotive in Crossville. From 2011 the club has grown to over 115 members. The meeting was both a celebration and also a somber moment as the club had a moment of silence for the loss of their club Governor Jack Carkner who was the Charter Governor and remained in that position until his death . Jack was instrumental in helping to establish the Plateau Corvette Club and helping it grow to what it is today. He will be missed.

Thank You to Coy and Kathy for the cake and refreshments.

Thanks to John for the great pictures.

Club Founder Coy Watson Honoring our Governor Jack Carkner
First Elected Board members of Plateau Corvette Club

November 3rd Plateau Corvette Club members drove to the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green Kentucky to view the 9/11 NEVER FORGET Mobile Exhibit from the Tunnel to Towers Foundation . The interactive guided tours are carried out by FDNY firefighters who provide firsthand accounts of the day and its aftermath.

Before the visit they stopped for lunch at Rafferty’s in Bowling Green.

Thanks to Roger and Kathy for arranging the trip.

Fall Colors in Full bloom!!
Club Member Frank S donated over 500 Corvette diecast to the Museum. Accepting the cars for the museum are Ron and Debbie.

Sunday October 24th Plateau Corvette Club members drove to Knoxville Tennessee to attend the East Tennessee Corvette Club annual Corvette Show. Some drove the back roads and enjoyed the fall colors! and some drove I-40.

Kathy admiring the new C-8 Corvette
Jeff Grivas President East Tennessee announcing car show award winners
Mike and Connie won an award for their 1966 Corvette Coupe

October 23rd Plateau Corvette club members along with members from the Cookeville Corvette Club attended the Upper Cumberland Regional Airport Air Fair and hosted a Car Show. There were Hot Air Balloon rides, helicopter rides and Plane rides big and small. Great weather made for a fun day.

Plateau Corvette Club members and Cookeville Corvette Club members

Friday October 22nd Plateau Corvette Club members were part of the Get Involved Expo in Fairfield Glade along with other
non-profit organizations in Cumberland County. Members were available to provide information about the Plateau Corvette Club. The club is celebrating their 10th Anniversary on November 3rd.

Newspaper clippings and photos from events held by the club over the years!! Thanks Kathy!!

Plateau Corvette Club members joined John and Reggie as they embarked on a spirited drive to Savage Gulf Park. After a nice drive and arriving at the park club members enjoyed a picnic lunch.

Thanks to Dennis and Carol for leading us on some fun roads!

September 30 Plateau Corvette Club members drove to the Oak Ridge History Museum in Oak Ridge Tennessee. Much of the museum concentrates on the Manhattan Project and the Secret City and the development of the Atom Bomb. We had a private Tour given by Don Hunnicut who told us that during the war years the Government allowed one man to photograph what was happening in Oak Ridge. Very Top Secret!! After the tour We drove to Calhouns Restaurant on Melton Lake for lunch.

Thanks to John and Reggie for a informative and fun drive!!