Saturday May 27th there was also the Downtown Crossville Cruise In on Main Street. A few club members also attended this show to make it a double header for car shows that weekend.



Saturday May 27th Plateau Corvette Club members attended the Lake Tansi Memorial Day car show. There were crafters, vendors, bounce house for the kiddos and yummy food! Great weather with plenty of shade trees to relax under.

Thanks to Sam and Lee for leading and taking the pictures

May 24th ,2023 several Plateau Corvette Club members drove to Historic Granville Tennessee that is often referred to as ” Tennessee’s Mayberry Town. Their visit started at the 1880 Sutton General Store where they enjoyed a good old fashion lunch. After lunch they began touring Granville’s Historic Home featuring Steamboat days of Granville, the Pioneer Village, Antique Car Museum, Flower Garden, Crops and Blacksmith, Basket Shop, Grist Mill, Loom Shop, Broom Shop and Woodworking. Then took self tours of Mayberry Lucy Museum, Granville Whiskey Decanter Museum (Worlds’ Largest Decanter Museum with over 5,000 Decanters, 75 of which are Corvette Decanters), Whistle Stop Saloon & Ice Cream Parlor Museum, Clemons Car Museum, Daniels Barber Shop & Post Office Museum, Memory Lane, Granville Museum with special exhibits on Steamboats, The Farm to Table Museum, Tennessee Quilt Museum, and the Granville Broom Shop.

Very interesting and fun day thanks to Roger and Kathy for leading and members for all the great pictures!

Sunday May 21 Plateau Corvette Club Members enjoyed their annual spring picnic at the Cumberland Mountain State Park. Food was pot luck with all members bring their favorite food or desert. The weather was great and a Corn Hole tournament was held after lunch. Congratulations to Cindy and Coy who were crowned Cornhole Champs!

Thanks to John and Reggie for arranging the picnic. Thanks to all for the great photos.

New Corn Hole Champs!!

SATURDAY, MAY 13TH, 2023  Plateau Corvette Club members headed to the Nashville Superspeedway to drive their “Vettes” on the track! They were able to drive three laps around the track behind a pace car. Proceeds will benefit The Nashville Chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities and Easter Seals. After their drive they traveled to Sammy B’s in Lebanon for lunch before hitting the curves to head back home.

Thanks to Roger and Kathy for leading the group!!

The Sun did not shine, it was too wet to play.
We didn’t let that stop us that nasty, wet day!

It was Monday, May 8th, the date that we’d set –
Trooper Island adventure was calling – we jumped in the Corvette!

We headed out, down the road, the sky cloudy and grey
enroute to meet our friends, who wanted to get out and play!!

We arrived at the meeting place with many already there,
including Trooper Jonathan and his dog, who looked like a bear!!

16 Corvettes (17 counting KSP Trooper Jonathan) and 1 steel car braved the elements to get out for the day.

When they arrived at Trooper Island they got to the boat ramp and the ferry awaited for the ride to the island.  Everyone parked their cars and boarded ready for transport across the lake. 

After a delicious lunch Jonathan gave a really nice talk about the history of Trooper Island and what they do there.  He answered questions and explained all about the program and how it helps underprivileged children of Kentucky.  Then he gave a guided tour of the Island, which was really nice.  They saw the inside of the Chapel and the inside of one of the boys cabins (holds 22 boys) and then they toured the camp counselor’s cabins too. 

After their visit off they went – cruising the curves and seeing the beautiful Tennessee Countryside!  It was a perfect day with friends that ended, of course, with Ice Cream! 

May 2nd, Plateau Corvette Club members enjoyed a beautiful day for a Corvette Cruise!  They met under sunny skies in Cookeville and headed out to Campione’s Taste of Chicago in Goodlettsville, Tennessee in a “parade” of 13 Corvettes carrying 25 of our members and their guests. On the way there they saw some pretty quirky sights on the side of the road – a chopped school bus, a Giant Muffler Man – (Route 66 style), but they all thoroughly enjoyed the Route that Roger mapped out for them.  It was the perfect blend of twisties, big sweeping curves and the beautiful hills and valleys that Tennessee is famous for. Once they got to Campione’s they enjoyed the true “taste of Chicago” – some members had an Italian Beef sandwich and some of them experienced a true “Chicago Dog” complete with  bright neon green Chicago relish and dill pickle! On their way back they stopped at Tennessee’s Historic Rock Castle – built from 1784 – 1796 in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Then ended the day with Ice Cream at Cream City in Cookeville, where they shared smiles, laughter and great memories of another perfect day together, good times and good friends!

Thanks to Roger and Kathy for leading.

Tuesday May 2nd several Plateau Corvette Club members took a scenic drive to Goodlettsville TN for lunch at Campiones Taste of Chicago for some delicious Italian food.

Thanks to Roger and Kathy for a fun drive.

Saturday April 22 several Plateau Corvette Club members joined other classic car enthusiasts for the first Crossville Downtown Cruise In of 2023. The weather was great and the crowds large as everyone came to town to see all the classic cars on display.

Monday, April 17th was a beautiful, sunny day – perfect day for a Plateau Corvette Club cruise! Don & Dee led a group of our members along beautiful backroads to Lynchburg, Jack Daniels Distillery and grounds. While there, they enjoyed sampling in the “Angel’s Share” tour. After concluding their visit to Jack Daniels, the group headed to Miss Mary Bobo’s for a phenomenal lunch! The weather was perfect and the drive was smooth and curvy – just a wonderful day all around! A BIG THANK YOU to Laurie and Rhonda for sharing their photos for all to enjoy!

Thanks to Don and Dee for leading.