VEC Representative Bobby Randolph accepts a check from club President Tom Laracey

Members of the Plateau Corvette Club made a Christmas  donation  to Volunteer Energy Cooperative Project Deserve, which assists the elderly, handicapped, low-income, and unemployed with their electric bills in emergency situations.

November 19 Plateau Corvette Club members Drive and Dine was  to the Longhorn Steakhouse restaurant in Cookeville TN. They drove from Crossville on Route 70n to Cookeville and enjoyed the still colorful fall leaves.




Trees in full color


November 10th Plateau Corvette Club members drove to Bowling Green Kentucky , home of the Corvette Museum and Corvette factory. There they had lunch in the Museum Cafe. After lunch they went to the Corvette Factory where they took a tour of the plant and saw  how a 2017 Corvette is made, then back to the Museum where they had a private tour. There were new exhibits of the sink hole where you got to experience how it collapsed. Before leaving they took a final walk thru the Museum Gift Shop.



Wednesday October 19th Plateau Corvette Club members drove their Fall tour and took a two hour back road drive to Rarity Bay Country Club. There they had lunch at the Country Club enjoying the beautiful fall colors.




Plateau Corvette club members attended the East Tennessee Corvette Clubs annually Vette Fest at a new location in Pigeon Forge TN at the Country Cascades Inn. The hotel is newer, has a much larger parking lot and is centrally located in Pigeon Forge within easy walking distance to numerous eateries and shopping. Near perfect weather made for a great weekend for them to view the many Corvettes on display from other Corvette clubs, some coming from as far as Florida, Illinois and Ohio.




Some of the many Corvettes on display


Coy, Mike and Fred enjoying the car show               (photo by Coy)


Barb, Kathy and Connie enjoying the Vette Fest banquet

Plateau Corvette Club members attended the Scarecrow Festival  held in downtown Crossville on Saturday Oct. 1. Life Care Center of Crossville sponsored this event to support Alzheimer’s, Tennessee, Inc.  Fancy and classic automobiles were on display along with club members Corvettes. They also held a Scarecrow contest where contestants made hand made scarecrows in different themes .
The Best in Show winner of the scarecrow contest won $100, with a $50 prize going to People’s Choice and trophies going to winners in each category. Car show winners in Best of Show and People’s Choice also receive trophies.

Elvis is still here!!


Plateau Corvette Club members went to the Plateau Bowling Lanes for their monthly night of bowling. With new high scores members had a great time and enjoyed dinner after at Ruby Tuesday.