Larry Lynn Louis Bangert, 21, to Christine Renee Kilby, 20, both of Crossville.
Blake Edward Allen, 27, to Kiley Ann Gargac, 33, both of Crossville.
Danny Louis Siwka, 55, to Brenda Sue Beaty, 52, both of Crossville.
Daniel Sizemore, 28, of Harriman, to Amanda Renee Rose, 28, of Crossville.
David Allen Wiggins, 31, to Rhiana Leigh Farish, 23, both of Lenoir City.
David Austin Snider, 27, of Morristown, to Sarah Whitney Johnson, 28, of Talbott, TN.
James Timothy Wilson, 54, to Sharon Bell Drechsler Scott, 64, both of Crossville.
Chad Eric Brown, 39, to Tracy Charline Hayes, 35, both of Sparta.
Jason Martin Eskew, 28, of Cleveland, to Amanda Lynn Calahan, 28, of Crossville.
Christopher Michael Kirschstein, 28, to Cara Olivia Sutton, 23, both of Crossville.
Jason Darrell Shaver, 35, of Clarkrange, to Robbin Gail Rose, 38, of Crossville.
Clinton Bocephus Carbonell, 31, of Henderson, TN, to Mary Elizabeth Benson, 27, of Jackson, TN.
Daniel Edward Abston, 40, to Anna Marie Pugh, 48, both of Crossville.
Joshua Aaron Taylor, 21, to Ashley Nicole Young, 19, both of Crossville.
Keith Richard Astrauskas, 38, to Brenda Lee Tinch, 34, both of Crossville.
Edward Matthew Mackie, 40, to Kayla Gene Neal, 22, both of Crossville.
Jonathan Lewis Durham, 28, of Grandview, to Katherine Lynn Catterall, 28, of Crossville.
John Douglas Dawson, 71, to Alice Bravo-Collazo, 70, both of Crossville.
Dakota Ray Owens, 18, to Marina Consuella Taylor, 18, both of Crossville.
Richard Clayton Wilson, 61, of Monterey, to Catherine Irene Davis, 64, of Crossville.
Gregory Boris Swicegood, 54, to Penny Jo Newberry, 48, both of Rockwood.
Brent Louis Thompson, 36, to Chandra Dale Reagan, 34, both of Crossville.
Lucas Jacob Turner, 22, to Leigh Ann Kerley, 21, both of Crossville.
Edsel Charles Parnell Jr., 36, to Stacia Lynn Ezell, 33, both of Spring City.
Mark your calendars for Historic Homesteads Tour of Homes
The Cumberland Homesteads Tower Association will present its Christmas Tour of Historic Homes on Saturday, Dec. 14, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 15, from 1 to 4 p.m.
Around the Town: The turkey was the easy part!
First of all, let me say a great big thank you to all of you who emailed, called, texted or stopped me in town to either wish me luck on the whole turkey thing or to ask afterwards how it went. I am very happy to report that it turned out pretty well!
Ring in Christmas this Friday with Fair Park
The Fair Park Seniors Center's Ring and Sing group will be ringing and singing Christmas carols at the center this Friday morning at 9:45 a.m. First Baptist Choral Director Faye Brandon has been volunteering her time and talents, working with the seniors to get it just right. They will be singing all those old favorites everyone enjoys this time of year. The chimes are just so delightful! Plan now to get out and join the merry group.
Enjoy early December holiday crafting by Trumbo
Holiday Crafting is a day-long workshop with experienced instructor Mara Trumbo on Saturday, Dec. 7, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Shanks Center for the Arts, Crossville. This workshop is for both the beginning student and those who are experienced. It is simply "fun" to complete a number of small items either for gifts or for yourself.
Supporters gather to raise funds for VORP
The theme was “Music, Munchies and Mayhem” for the fundraiser and awareness for VORP last week in Pleasant Hill. Musicians Ruth and Wayne Lucas sang and led karaoke and dancing. A silent auction caused much deliberation, delicious refreshments were enjoyed by all. The president of VORP, Joe Gittings, master of ceremonies, introduced the Executive Director Rita Young, board members and former President Len Stark who gave a history of Cumberland County’s Victim-Offender Reconciliation Program (better known as VORP).
Losing focus thanks to technology
For better or worse, our use of media, from TV to iPhones and now Google Glass, has exploded. Today, we are daily consuming three times as much information as we did in 1960.
DAR helps you find roots to your family tree
It can be frustrating when researching your family tree. However, there is no need to get discouraged. The Crab Orchard Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution can help.
Learn to play chess
Did you know there is a chess library in Crossville? Yes, people can actually check out books from a library dedicated to chess.
Seniors enjoy Thanksgiving feast
Nov. 22 was the 127 Senior Center's day to celebrate the feast of Thanksgiving. All gathered together to play billiards, dominos and bingo. The bingo numbers were called by Arlene Simmnons, and the gifts were provided by Dr. M. Stewart Galloway, ophthalmologist.
Published Nov. 27, 2013.
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