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Bringing the Run for the Roses to Lake Tansi Village
Sheila Strunk played hostess to a gaggle of gals donning their derby hats to watch the Kentucky Derby and brought a taste of Churchill Downs to Lake Tansi Village May 3.
Tansi in full bloom!
Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “The earth laughs in flowers.” The irises were especially gorgeous this season. Having graced the gardens of Lake Tansi, irises beautified the community and illustrated Emerson’s idea.
Homesteads school celebrates its roots
Homestead Elementary School (HES) celebrated its 75th anniversary May 12 with an assembly of speakers and a then-and-now presentation, as well as a massive display from each grade depicting the school’s history and heritage and tours of the school.
Celebrating mothers on Mother’s Day, and every day
A Jewish Proverb says, “God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mothers.” Tansi has celebrated another Mother’s Day with cards and flowers reminding mothers they are appreciated. Lake Tansi has amazing and wonderful mothers all from different parenting perspectives, backgrounds and philosophies. But all harbor a single goal: loving the children they were blessed with in this world, teaching them and bringing them into adulthood.
Catching up with the Bass Club
The Lake Tansi Bass Club is really catching up! The Bass Club has been catching some nice large and small mouths and enjoying the increased competition with nine to 12 boats sporting per tournament. Having held four tournaments so far this season, the Lake Tansi Bass Club can only assume the catches and the competitions will only continue to get bigger.
Golf Capital Classic tees off for Komen Aug. 16
Make plans now to take part in the third annual Golf Capital Classic, benefitting Susan G. Komen of the Upper Cumberland.
Rain shortens Hospice tourney to 15 holes
Jim Goins, Farrell Odom, Everette Cook and Bill Nicholl won the rain-shortened annual Hospice Golf Tournament played last Wednesday afternoon at the Lake Tansi Golf Course.
Scorecard playoffs determine champs in Exchange tourney
Twenty-six teams (108 players) were greeted by beautiful weather April 26 at Lake Tansi for the 28th annual Exchange Club Golf Tournament; however, it took several scorecard playoffs to determine the winners in each of three flights.
Winner-Winner LTV Association Dinner
The Lake Tansi Village Association (LTVA) held its monthly potluck dinner at the Thunderbird on April 15. The buffet was set, the tables were full and the LTVA had a great time listening to the entertaining style of the Plateau Old-Time German Band.
Exchange Club Tournament winners
Pictured are the winners of the 28th annual Lake Tansi Exchange Club Golf Tournament held on Saturday, April 26. From left, the winning team of Chuck Dale, Stewart Smith, Roger Potter (coach/sponsor), Micah McShan, and Brian Daley shot 13 under 59 to win the tournament in a scorecard playoff against the team of Sonny Poland, Everett Cook, Pat Kirby, and Scott Kirby. More scores and information will be available in next month’s issue of the Smoke Signals.
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