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Thursday November 10th several Plateau Corvette Club members drove to Falls Creek Falls for a spirited drive to enjoy the fall colors. They stopped at the the Lodge in Fall Creek Falls for lunch

Thank to Carol and Dennis . Reggie and John for a fun drive.

Entrance sign for Fall Creek Falls State Park in Tennessee . (Photo by: Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
Fall Creek Falls State Park in Tennessee . (Photo by: Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
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On a cold and blustery day the Plateau Corvette Club members held The Jack Carkner Memorial Rallye as a way to honor, remember and recognize the contributions that Jack made to our club. Club members participated in a Rallye that consisted of written clues that they had to find the answer to while driving along a specified route. Contestants with the most correct answers and the best Poker Hand were declared the winners. The final destination was the Timberloft Restaurant in Gordonsville, TN .

Thanks to East Tennessee Corvette Club for joining our Memorial Rallye.

Thanks to Annie, Roger and Kathy for planning and leading this event.

Jacks Wife Annie waiting to sign up members to begin the Rallye!!

November 6th the Plateau Corvette Club had their annual fall picnic at the Fairfield Glade Library. Members enjoyed a great time with lots of great food and yummy desserts. A Corn Hole tournament was played and new Champions were crowned.

Thanks to Kathy and Coy for arranging the picnic

New Men’s Champions Ken and Roger.
New Ladies Champions Barbara and Connie

November 6 , 2022 Plateau Corvette Club members participated in the Crossville Veterans Day parade to Honor our Veterans escorting the past and present MS. Senior Cumberland County and Fairest of the Fair.

Thanks to Don E for leading and John L and Connie I for the photos.

Sunday, October 23rd the East Tennessee Corvette Club invited Plateau Corvette Club members to their 52nd Annual Corvette Car show. Several members drove over to Clinton TN to the show by the back roads of Tennessee to enjoy the fall colors. Club member Claudia won an award for her car in the show. After the show club members enjoyed dinner at Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken. After dinner they took a leisurely night drive back home. Thanks to East Tennessee Corvette Club for a fun show.

Thanks to Dennis and Carol for leading us over and Roger and Kathy for leading us home. Thanks to Kathy for the photos.

October 22 the Crossville Cruisers held the last Crossville Downtown Cruise In for 2022. Several Plateau Corvette Club members joined other Classic Car owners to display their Corvettes on Main Street. The weather was great and a large crowd was on hand.

On Sunday October 16th the Plateau Corvette Club members were invited by the new owners of the Custard Cabin Ice Cream Shop in Fairfield Glade to bring their cars for a local “Corvette Only” show. They offered special pricing for us and those who stop by during those hours to enjoy looking at the vehicles.

Thanks to John for arranging and the photos!

New Owners Dale & Teri Giesle and Teri’s Mom

Chocolate Corvettes . A Thank You Gift from the Custard Cabin to Club Members.

October 13th Plateau Corvette Club members Spread some Happiness with a ” Cheer Up & Get Well Soon “Corvette Parade for club member Tim and his wife . Tim is doing cardiac rehab at Cumberland Medical Center. After the parade they joined club members for lunch at Express Lunch in downtown Crossville. We wish him a speedy recovery.

Thanks to Roger and Kathy for planning the parade.

Saturday September 24h Club members Claudia and Dan lead a small group of members to the Somernites Cruise In held in Somerset, KY. It was their 150th Cruise In and Plateau Corvette Club was there to represent our club! There were over 240 Corvettes that participated in the cruise-in, along with 834 additional show vehicles parked outside of the “Corvette Only Showcase Area”. After lunch they went back to Burnside and lined up with lots of other Corvettes for The Rattlesnake ride – 326 curves in 74 miles through the Daniel Boone National Forest. The ride stopped at the Cumberland Falls State Park where they got some really nice pictures of the falls. The ride back to town didn’t disappoint – nice roads, lots of curves and finished up at Somerset Mall Parking lot where the Friday Night Thunder Block Party and Cruise In was in FULL swing!.

Thanks to Claudia and Dan for leading. Thanks to Roger and Kathy for the photos.

September 28th several Club member’s took a spirited ride on the back roads of Tennessee to Uncle Gus’s Barbeque in Ten Mile Tn. for lunch. Then after lunch they took another cool route back home. They enjoyed some early fall colors and a beautiful day in the sunshine

Thanks to John and Reggie, Dennis and Carol for leading and the photos.