Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN


April 5, 2010

Spring blooms

It looks like spring in Volunteer Heights. Little Meadow was covered this past weekend with beautiful daffodils. Across the county, homeowners are getting out their yard tools and getting to work as the weather continues to improve.

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Ed Greif/ChronicleDan Kington, Jim Goins, Joe Bell and Farrell Odom won the Salvation Army Golf Tournament's first flight with a 16-under-par 56 Saturday afternoon at Lake Tansi.

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Artist Chuck Jensen, left, unveiled the Pat Summitt portrait, a gift from Fairfield Glade Resident Services to the Pat Summitt Foundation, represented by Andrew Waller and Patrick Wade, director.

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