Esco Tuttle, 70, to Patsy Ann James, 64, both of Crossville.
Matthew Scott Barlow, 22, to Brittany Nicole Ledbetter, 25, both of Rockwood.
Craig Wayne Carnagey, 21, to Ashley Marie Woods, 21, both of Rockwood.
Justin Nelson Lee, 29, to Rebecca Anne Netherton, 25, both of Crossville.
William Lester Ketchersid, 70, of Dayton, to Betty Ruth Smith Koeninger, 71, of Crossville.
Richard Wesley Armstrong, 66, to Adeline Joan Eyanson, 71, both of Crossville.
William Comfort Pinder III, 55, of Dover, TN, to Robin Marlene Perry, 50, of Crossville.
James Nicholas Neal, 24, to Holly Erin Adkins, 19, both of Crossville.
James Franklin Krontz Jr., 25, of Saint Stephen, SC, to Rebecca Ann Abner, 32, of Crossville.
Rodney Dewayne Swallows, 27, to Rachael Moriah Corns, 18, both of Crossville.
Christopher Oran Kolhepp, 23, to Korinthya Heaven Lee Smith, 20, both of Crossville.
Jan Henry Olson III, 42, to Hope Melinda Pender, 51, both of Crossville.
Ricky Alan Pugh, 26, to Heather Nicole Harp, 20, both of Crossville.
Melling, Sounds of the Country at Hebbertsburg Community Center
Jack Melling and Sounds of the Country will entertain at the Hebbertsburg Community Center on Saturday, May 3, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
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Pleasant Hill Ramblings: CSAs are a win-win situation
Every Wednesday after 1 p.m. from May through October, there is a steady stream of people converging on the kitchen of Heritage Hall on Church St. in Pleasant Hill with baskets and bags. Inside the kitchen there is excited chatter as they discuss the array of vegetables, some varieties never tried before. Farmer Dave Myers and his helpers provide this largesse of vitamins to the members of the CSA.
How to collect and submit soil sample
Garry, a new resident in Crossville, emailed to ask how to gather a soil sample and where to take it to have testing done. Your local University of Tennessee Extension office is the place to go. Those in the Crossville area should call UT Extension Cumberland County at 484-6743. A staff person at the office can explain how to collect soil samples. (Those new in town who may not know where the Extension office is located may also call for driving directions.)
Lions Club White Cane Days returns May 2 & 3
The Fairfield Glade and Crossville Lions Club members will hold their annual White Cane Days fundraiser Friday, May 2, and Saturday, May 3, at several locations. This is a major fundraiser throughout the state of Tennessee and many parts of the world to help assist blind, sight impaired and deaf individuals. This is an event that only happens once a year.
Kids get creative at Youth Expo
Cumberland Artisans for Creative Expression (CACE) held its annual Youth Expo Saturday, providing young people an opportunity to try their hand at a variety of artistic endeavors, from music and writing to painting and traditional crafts of weaving and spinning.
AROUND THE TOWN: The Easter egg hunt that never was
The Easter Bunny should be able to deliver his baskets in pretty nice weather this weekend. The Good Friday and Easter holiday weekend should feature much warmer temperatures than we had earlier this week when snow showers fell on Cumberland County. Cumberland County students were released Tuesday for spring break, but their last day of school for the week found snow and ice falling from the sky and temperatures in the 20s. Students will return to class on Monday.
Jay Fox performs for seniors after receiving new prosthesis
On Friday, April 11, the members of the 127 Senior Center had another good time playing bingo and dominos. Bingo was called by Arlene Simmons and Helen Lord, and the bingo gifts were provided by Bob Folger of State Farm Insurance.
Publised April 16, 2014.
PLEASANT HILL RAMBLINGS: Pancake breakfast held for cancer research
During the year various groups connected with the Pleasant Hill Elementary School provide a Saturday morning pancake breakfast to support the Relay for Life campaign.
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