January 6, 2019 Plateau Corvette Club members took their first drive for 2019. With a break in the weather and sunny skies it was time to take the Corvettes out of the garage for a short drive to Cookeville to enjoy dinner at the Longhorn Steak House.

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December 16 the Plateau Corvette Club held their annual Christmas Party at Fortes in downtown Crossville. 

Thanks to Monte and Phyllis for a Fun evening.

December 3rd, 2018 Plateau Corvette Club members made their annual Christmas Donations to two local Cumberland County Organizations.

The Adult Literacy Program of Cumberland County is a non-profit organization founded in 2005. It provides free tutoring by trained volunteers for adults (18 and over). Academic subjects include reading, writing, comprehension, and basic math.  

Pictured from left to right,Sam Golgkopf (club member), Mike Ingrassia (club Treasurer), Lee Goldkopf (PCC Donation Committee). Accepting check for the Adult Literacy Program,Mary H Coates (Executive Director) and Steve Zavacky (Office Administration)

Kid on the Rise is a non-profit agency that provides a mentoring program for children and youth enrolled in the Cumberland County Schools who may be experiencing an opportunity gap or life changing-situation. The organization has been matching students with mentors in Cumberland County since 1991.

Pictured from left to right , Sam Goldkopf (club member), Lee Goldkopf  
(PCC Donation Committee), accepting the check for Kids on the rise,Pam Burris.
(Executive Director), Mike Ingrassia (Club Treasurer) 

Plateau Corvette Club November Drive & Dine was to the Timberloft Restaurant in Gordonsville, TN.  Thanks to Coy and Kathy for a fun drive.

Photos by Coy W

November 10th 2018, Plateau Corvette Club members drove in the Crossville Veterans Day Parade. They paid tribute to the many Veterans who gave their lives and fought for our freedom.

Thank You to our Veterans!

Photo by  105.7

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Corvettes lining up for the parade start.  Photos by Ron M

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Photos by Andria D

October 13th Plateau Corvette Club members attended this years Annual Crossville Scarecrow Festival and Car Show. The Scarecrow Festival is in its fifth year, though this was the first year for the Alzheimer’s walk. Scarecrows were judged in six categories: Community, Education, Business, Family, People’s Choice and Best in Show. Vehicles were judged in nine categories: Pre-1950, 1951-1960, 1961-1970, 1971-1980, Rat Rod, Jeep, People’s Choice, Most Car Club Participants, Best in Show. The Plateau Corvette Club won the trophy for the most club members in attendance.

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Harvest Festival

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Even the dogs had there own purple pet parade!!

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Our trophy for the most members in attendance !!

 

 

October 9th Plateau Corvette Club members drove to  McCloud Mountain Restaurant near Duff Tennessee. The Restaurant is perched atop the Cumberland Mountains with a panoramic view that stretches as far as the Smoky Mountains. It is located on a 1300 acre tract of land at an elevation of 2700 feet, atop the Cumberland Mountains. On the way home they took a leisurely drive thru the scenic roads of Tennessee.

Thanks to John and Reggie for another great drive

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One of the roads we drove on!!

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Thanks  to John, Sam,Andria and Richard for the Great pictures