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Saturday October 17 Plateau Corvette Club members drove to Chattanooga TN to participate in the River City Corvette Club Gimmick Rally. Two Plateau Corvette Club teams came home with trophies.

Congratulations to Roger & Kathy-and Jack & Anne

Saturday September 19 Plateau Corvette club members participated in the Make Alzheimer’s a Memory parade held in Fairfield Glade. The event benefited Alzheimer’s Tennessee services and support. The parade drove thru and around Fairfield Glade along with other groups and car clubs. Many of the local neighbors waved and cheered on the parade as they passed their homes.

Plateau Corvette Club members ready to go
Lined up at the Police Station
Start of the parade
Being followed

Thursday September 17 Plateau Corvette Club members held their Fall Picnic at the St George Marina in Fairfield Glade. Great weather and great food made for a fun day.

Thanks to John and Reggie for a great picnic

September 12 the Plateau Corvette Club drove the Northwest on back roads thru Middle Tennessee to dine In Gainesboro, TN at the Celtic/English Bull and Thistle Pub. After a great lunch they also visited the Delmonico winery on their return home. Thanks to Frank for a great drive and lunch.

Photos by Dominic and Ron

Ready to roll
Photo by Jeannine
Club Welcome

On Thursday July 16th The plateau Corvette Club enjoyed a fine lunch at Mauricio’s restaurant, then were joined by members of the Cookeville Corvette Club for a celebratory drive past the Cookeville Regional Medical Center.  The drive was a thank you to all the medical staff that are caring for patients during this Covid 19 epidemic.  Thanks to Frank for coordinating the drive.

Photos by Phil

On Thursday July 2nd Plateau Corvette Club members along with other clubs and organizations from Crossville participated in a parade up to Good Samaritans in Fairfield Glade. Many of the residents were outside to greet the parade as it drove by.

June 25 Plateau Corvettes Club members lead by Coy Watson founder of the club did a drive-by to show our support of the Heroes at Cumberland Medical Center. Pizzas were purchased at Little Caesars and delivered for the staff to enjoy.

Thanks to Coy and Kathy for coordinating this event.

Picking up the Pizzas at Little Caesars
Driving thru downtown Crossville
Delivery Made !!

On Saturday June 6th some Plateau Corvette Club members went for a dine and cruise. On behalf of the group I would like to thank Frank, The day was planned well and he even got the weather to cooperate. First we went to Vintage Planet in Cookeville for a very nice tour of a classic car business that started in 2018. Robert Hall gave us a detailed view and tour.Nobody broke out their checkbooks though. Then we went on a nice drive through the country to Livingston to have lunch at the Steel Coop. We had our own room with a u shaped conference table style set up. The food seemed to have the approval of all.

Thanks to Ron M for the pictures and article

On Friday February 14, Valentines Day , Plateau Corvette Club members drove to Cookeville TN for lunch at Mauricio’s Italian Restaurant. The restaurant, formerly a residence, was built in 1910. It features hardwood floors, 14′ ft ceilings, and 5 fine dining rooms, three with fireplaces.

Thanks to John and Reggie for leading the drive.

Thanks to Richard and John for the great pictures.

On January 30 “The first drive of 2020”,  Plateau Corvette Club members drove to Chattanooga TN to tour the Amazon Fulfillment Center. They enjoyed a very informative and interesting tour. After the tour they had a late lunch, early dinner at Tony’s Pasta Shop then walked about 25 feet to Rembrandt’s Coffee Shop for some sweets.

Thanks to Dom and Pat for leading and a fun day.

Let’s Go
Arriving at Amazon
Questions and Answers about Amazon
Souvenirs after the tour
Eating at Tony’s Pasta Shop
Dessert at Rembrandt’s Coffee House