Robert Lane Dyer, 40, to Stephanie Lee Garrison, 40, both of Crossville.
Steven Matthew Bell, 20, to Olivia Emily O'Neal, 19, both of Crossville.
Paul Joel Allred, 63, to Sylvia Jean Davis, 57, both of Crossville.
Christopher Scott Goddard, 27, to Rachael Nicole Scarbrough, 25, both of Crossville.
Gregery Lee Martin, 36, to Shelly Suzanne Wyatt, 36, both of Crossville.
Cody Wade Beaty, 21, to Katherine Alice Moore, 21, both of Crossville.
Ian Christopher Bartley, 23, to Jennifer Marie Wiedenhoeft, 20, both of Crossville.
Joshua Wayne Smith, 27, to Winter Dawn Scarbrough, 31, both of Crossville.
Andrew Samuel Casey, 20, to Starla Renee Kilby, 16, both of Crossville.
Daniel Lee Phillips, 39, to Victoria Hope Hedgecoth, 33, both of Crossville.
Hoy William King, 39, to Amber Dion Denton, 31, both of Crossville.
Avery Wayne Brown, 21, of Crossville, to Alyssa Karin Martin, 20, of Pikeville.
Curtis Allen London, 32, of Columbia, TN, to Sarah Jeanne Gardner, 30, of Crossville.
Nathan John Douglas, 31, to Cheryl Lynn Valenta, 31, both of Mohawk, NY.
Dustin Dean Cox, 23, to Michaela Diane Fox, 19, both of Crossville.
John Rimes, 42, to Jessica Renae Brown, 42, both of Crossville.
Jeffrey Stephen Platz, 51, to Janet Marie Rugar, 45, both of Crossville.
Anthony Harold Thompson, 21, to Ashley Nicole Phipps, 18, both of Crossville.
William Dudley Cardin, 47, to Shelia Marie Cardin, 42, both of Crossville.
Simms work on display at ACPL
Did you know that the Art Circle Public Library has three art galleries? The answer given by nearly 75 persons who attended a reception for John Simms on November 1 was “No.” Since then the staff has learned that most visitors to the library are missing out on an awesome experience.
127 Seniors wowed by Christmas skit, song
Again on Dec. 13, the members of the 127 South Senior Center gathered to play dominos and billiards. This week was their Christmas party, so there were special Christmas prizes for the bingo games and other prizes furnished by Bob Folger of State Farm Insurance. The bingo caller, "Mrs. Tinker" (aka Arlene Simmons), called the numbers with her "demure" personality.
- Marriage licenses (Published Dec. 18, 2013)
CACE leader retires
After ten years in the leadership role of Cumberland Artisans for Creative Expression (CACE), Sharron Eckert will be turning the presidency over to newly-elected Gary Pass.
Listen to "A Child's Christmas in Wales"
Terry Burgess seems to be a man of many talents. He donates his time at the senior center and is currently leading the reader’s theater group. He is retired and spends a lot of time on the greens at Fairfield Glade. Besides his career in the service in many countries and years as a police chief in Maine, he has always enjoyed acting. He has worked in TV, many stage plays and even a movie with Sissy Spacek, but his favorite is always comedy.
Amdur honored for service at Pleasant Hill Post Office
At the November Pleasant Hill Town Council meeting, Mayor Al Dwenger and other council members praised Carla Amdur for five years of service as postmaster in the Pleasant Hill Post Office. She is retiring after 32 years with the U.S. Postal Service as of Dec. 31.
County honors senior volunteers
The 2013 Cumberland County Senior Volunteer of the Year Awards, sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance, were recently held to recognize some of the county's most caring and dedicated volunteers. Eight organizations nominated their favorite helpers for the awards, and each received a plaque for their service to the community during a special ceremony at Fair Park Senior Center.
AROUND THE TOWN: A few of my favorite things happening this weekend
Only two weekends left before Christmas, and if you are like me, you are probably scurrying around to finish your holiday shopping and wrapping. If you want a break from the hustle and bustle of this most wonderful time of the year, then you may want to take advantage of a host of activities going on over the next few days and slow down long enough to enjoy the sights and sounds of the season.
FOL carries on tradition at next meeting
What do Pat Conroy, Markus Zusak and Ann Patchett have in common? They are best selling authors whose newest books, The Death of Santini, The Book Thief and This Is the Story of a Happy Marriage, will be reviewed at the next Friends of the Library meeting.
Adult classes available for the holiday season
Adults wanting to take a break from the holiday rush are invited to sit down and take a drawing class with Ralph Hofknecht at the Shanks Center for the Arts. Designed especially for beginning adults, Hofknecht has arranged a Christmas still life and will instruct in the technique of using colorful pastels.
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