February 14th “Valentine’s Day” the Plateau Corvette Club drove to  Mauricio’s Restaurant in Cookeville for a Valentine’s Day Luncheon.  They  headed  out on 70N West  and traveled on 70N all the way to Cookeville and enjoyed the back road drive. Driving in between rain drops and braving the cool weather it was the first Drive and Dine for 2018..

Thanks to Phil and Jeannine for a fun drive and great lunch.






Plateau Corvette members donated to two local Charities in Cumberland County.

Avalon Center. provides support to Adult and Child victims of Domestic violence and Sexual assault, promotes community awareness and prevention through education,  builds and supports a community culture that stands against violence.


Laurie, Lee and Mike presenting a check to Avalon Center staff members

Hospice of Cumberland County, the only hospice in the county to operate an inpatient 24/hour care facility in the Upper Cumberland region for general in-patient and respite care for patients.


Laurie, Lee and Mike presenting a check to Lisa Williams and Ken Taylor of Hospice of Cumberland County


Merry Christmas from the

Plateau Corvette Club

Santa in a Corvette

December 10, 2017, members of the Plateau Corvette Club gathered at Fortes on the Square in downtown Crossville, for the annual Christmas party. They provided good service and delicious food from a select menu. Following dinner, a round of the “TWO Cs Trivia” (Christmas & Corvette) provided entertainment. The party was an enjoyable evening thanks to Russ and Virginia , and Dave and Laurie.

Photos by Coy Watson.








Plateau Corvette Club members drove the back roads of Tennessee to Ten Mile, Tn and had lunch at Uncle Gus’s Bar B Que. They enjoyed good food and good service.

After lunch they drove over to I-75 and took the  Lovel Road exit to Costco. They toured Costco and looked for bargains, it was an adventure in itself.


Photos by Coy W and John L



Friday, November 10, Dennis and Carol  lead a group of Plateau Corvette Club members on another spirited run through the Petros Triangle. They ended up at Gondolier Restaurant for lunch. Group photo provided by Pat.

Petros Triangle

Happy Halloween was had by Plateau Corvette Club members who joined Dennis and Carol on the run to Cookie Jar Cafe in Dunlap, TN. Started from the parking lot of the Lake Tansi Golf Course, and enjoyed a spirited drive through Tennessee winding roads. Included a pit stop in Fall Creek Falls Park. Photos by Pat Higgens & Mary Hinds.

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