Archives for category: Uncategorized

March 15th Plateau Corvette Members drove to the LeConte Center in Pigeon Forge TN where the Corvette Expo was being held. Along with the Corvettes this year they added the Chevrolet Chevelles. They enjoyed viewing the many custom and stock cars on display. After the show they stopped for a dinner at the Local Goat Restaurant.

Chevrolet Chevelles
Photo by Richard S
Advertisements

March 9 Plateau Corvette Clubs members held their picnic indoors at the Fairfield Glade Multi-purpose building. After a great potluck lunch they held a Corn Hole Tournament and declared new Corn Hole Champions.

Thanks to Coy and Kathy for a great event!

Men’s Corn Hole Champions Coy and Ron
Women’s Champions are Blanche and Virginia.
(sorry no picture of the women)

“Drive n Dine” for February, Roger and Kathy planned an exciting adventure that took Plateau Corvette Club members along the beautiful back roads of Tennessee from the selected meeting place in Monterey, traveling to Sparta, where they stopped for a tour of the CalfKiller Brewing Company and experienced the “magical power of living beer”.  The tour was lively, interesting, informative and FUN, even if you don’t like the taste of beer! 

After touring the CalfKiller Brewing Company, their drive continued along Tennessee’s beautiful back roads, enjoying breath-taking scenery along the way to “Spankie’s Restaurant” in Cookeville where they enjoyed a great dining experience.

Big Thank You to Roger and Kathy J for a fun drive!

Photos by Kathy J

Enjoying a meal at “Spankies”

Interesting Tour about beer!
Even a little rain did not stop us!!
Flooding water ways!

February 14 2019 Valentines Day, Plateau Corvette members took a short drive on 70 N to Mauricio’s Italian Restaurant in Cookeville TN. They enjoyed a romantic luncheon with their sweethearts.

Photos by John L

January 6, 2019 Plateau Corvette Club members took their first drive for 2019. With a break in the weather and sunny skies it was time to take the Corvettes out of the garage for a short drive to Cookeville to enjoy dinner at the Longhorn Steak House.

December 16 the Plateau Corvette Club held their annual Christmas Party at Fortes in downtown Crossville. 

Thanks to Monte and Phyllis for a Fun evening.

December 3rd, 2018 Plateau Corvette Club members made their annual Christmas Donations to two local Cumberland County Organizations.

The Adult Literacy Program of Cumberland County is a non-profit organization founded in 2005. It provides free tutoring by trained volunteers for adults (18 and over). Academic subjects include reading, writing, comprehension, and basic math.  

Pictured from left to right,Sam Golgkopf (club member), Mike Ingrassia (club Treasurer), Lee Goldkopf (PCC Donation Committee). Accepting check for the Adult Literacy Program,Mary H Coates (Executive Director) and Steve Zavacky (Office Administration)

Kid on the Rise is a non-profit agency that provides a mentoring program for children and youth enrolled in the Cumberland County Schools who may be experiencing an opportunity gap or life changing-situation. The organization has been matching students with mentors in Cumberland County since 1991.

Pictured from left to right , Sam Goldkopf (club member), Lee Goldkopf  
(PCC Donation Committee), accepting the check for Kids on the rise,Pam Burris.
(Executive Director), Mike Ingrassia (Club Treasurer)