The Plateau Corvette Club held their 6th Annual “Cruisin” into Summer” on June 19th 2021 in Fairfield Glade TN.

Big Thank You to Dominic J for organizing this years event and the club members who volunteered .


Group of new C-8 Corvettes
Early C-1 Corvette
Girls from the Lady Jets Soccer Team
Club Founder Coy Watson and Wife Kathy. Coy initiated the Club Cruise In’s
Best of Show Winner Neal Priest with his 1965 Corvette

June 12th Plateau Corvette Club members took a short drive thru the Cumberland Homestead area. After the drive they drove back to Crossville for a special lunch at Bubba T’s BBQ. The owner really rolled out the red carpet, from closing the restaurant for a “Corvette Only” event, to the “down- home” hospitality and great food.

A Big thank you to John and Reggie for planning the event and Dennis and Carol for leading a fun drive.

That night several club members went to the Palace Theater in downtown Crossville for a Buddy Holly Live show with Kenny James preforming Buddy Hollys greatest songs. What a great way to finish the day!!

Saturday, June 5, Plateau Corvette Club members took a drive on a scenic, curvy ride through the mountains and hills of Tennessee in route to Lake Cumberland State Resort Park in Jamestown Kentucky. They stopped for lunch before hitting the curves and enjoying the beautiful scenery as they made their way back home.

Thanks to Roger and Kathy for putting big smiles on their faces as they drove home. Thanks for the trip and the pictures!

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Crossville’s Cumberland County High School held their first Car Show on June 5th 2021 in the School parking lot. The show was a fund raiser for the Jets Girls Soccer Team. Plateau Corvette Club members attended to show their support for the team. Over 93 Custom and Hot Rod cars were in attendance. The School is considering making it an annual event. Thank You to the Girls Soccer Team.

Everything from a C-1 to a new C-8

May 21 Plateau Corvette Club members drove to Trooper Island on Dale Hallow Lake in Kentucky. We were given a tour by Camp Director Jonathan Bivens.

Trooper Island Camp was developed by the Kentucky State Police as part of a long range program of public service to the youth of Kentucky: a place where the tensions and turmoil of our everyday lives can be forgotten; and for one week young people can be given a touch of hope and desire of a better tomorrow. Spearheaded by former State Police Director, Colonel James E. Bassett, the idea was to establish a permanent recreational site where trooper and child could share a week long experience. A location was selected in a secluded corner of Dale Hollow Lake near the Cumberland and Clinton County line, where an island was leased from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and a non-profit charitable corporation was formed.

Thanks to Roger and Kathy for a great trip!!

The Plateau Corvette Club will hold their Annual Cruise In on June 19th 2021 in Fairfield Glade TN.

April 16 2021, 23 Plateau Corvette Club members escorted the MS. Tennessee Senior Contestants from the Hampton Inn Hotel up Peavine Road to the Fairfield Glade Community Conference Center for their dinner banquet and entertainment. The MS Tennessee Senior Pageant was held on April 17 at the Palace Theater in downtown Crossville. The 2021 Ms. Tennessee Senior America winner is Regina Elliott of Knoxville, Her next journey is to Atlantic City New Jersey for the National Pageant. The August pageant will be conducted virtually.

Club members getting ready to drive

Monday March 29th Plateau Corvette Club members took a road trip to Gibbs Gardens in Ball Ground, Georgia – they cruised along the curves of the byways and backroads and, yes, they were going to smell some flowers!!!!  

Over 300 acres of landscaped gardens containing over 20 MILLION Daffodils!!!  Gibbs Gardens, recipient of numerous awards and named as #2 in the 2020 list of the “Best American Botanical Gardens” 

Thanks to Roger and Kathy for a fun trip and great pictures

Wednesday March 10 Plateau Corvette Club members took their first drive in 2021. After a year of no drives they were raring to go.  It was a Ice Breakin’ – Covid Bustin PCC spring kick off ride to the beautiful scenic spot! Bald River Falls is a 90 foot high waterfall right next to the road!  It is recognized as one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the region.  Its located in the Tellico Plains vicinity and the road leading up to it is a Corvette lover’s dream!    It is easily accessed and  provides beautiful photographic opportunities. Its was time to get the dust off the engines, and blow out those exhaust pipes!  Its was a beautiful day for driving, comradery, friendship, good times, good eats, good photos and good fun! 

Thanks to Roger and Kathy Johnson for a great drive and great pictures!!