Arthur Frederick Hackett, 59, to Jayne Marrie Merritt, 52, both of Crossville.
Jason Clyde Pugh, 36, to Brittany Nicole Fox, 19, both of Crossville.
Samuel Wesley Reed, 40, to Cynthia Leigh Fedrick, 38, both of Grandview.
Charles Donald Hargrove, 40, to Carlyn Bernardino, 24, both of Crossville.
Joel Douglas Hampton, 73, to Sara Jean Duffy, 71, both of Crossville.
Jerry Lynn Kirkland, 29, to Sonya Lynn Cross, 33, both of Crossville.
Phillip Ray Shepherd, 33, to Bethany Lania Moser, 25, both of Crossville.
Conrad Welch, 78, to Jane Patricia Mason, 72, both of Crossville.
Earl Carl Brady, 30, of Crab Orchard, to Brandi Nicole Lane, 21, of Crossville.
Corey Dighton Oliver, 37, to Camille Deshea Thompson, 32, both of Crossville.
Frederick Paul Aniello, 65, to Joy Hamby Larkin, 53, both of Crossville.
Brian Jay Pennell, 32, to Christine Karri Lewis, 28, both of Crossville.
Christopher Lynn Pugh, 24, to Jacklyn Alexis Lavigne, 19, both of Crossville.
Scotty Joe Brown, 57, to Debra Shirlene Threet, 49, both of Crossville.
Nalor Small, 19, Laurel, DE, to Nina Loretta Ann Pierce, 18, of Hendersonville, TN.
James Scott Anderson, 29, of Pleasant Hill, to Katrina Marie Freeman, 28, of Crossville.
PLATEAU GARDENING: Watch for rhododendron borers and carpenter bees
Inspect rhododendron shrubs showing wilted or dead branches. In early February I noticed one of the main stems on a rhododendron by my driveway had broken off. Thinking a photo might make a good illustration for an article on pruning to remove damaged limbs, I took a picture with my digital camera. However, when enhancing the image, two oval holes with the longer part aligned lengthwise on the stem caught my eye. One was right at the break, the other further down. Those holes looked like borer damage.
Veterans a big part of Fair Park
The week before Veterans Day, Fair Park Senior Center interviewed some of the folks at Fair Park Senior Center who had served the country in the service. Over 70 men stated they had served and one woman. Giving up a lot to serve, sharing that common bond, only they can understand. No matter which branch or which war, they all share a deep passion for this country.
PLEASANT HILL RAMBLINGS: Neilson in concert May 31
The award-winning folk singer Tom Neilson will be bringing his message of “Music for Social Change” to Pleasant Hill, on Friday, May 31, at 7 p.m. in the Pleasant Hill Community Church, UCC.
Events planned at Cumberland Mtn. State Park
Cumberland Mountain State Park has several special programs planned. All programs are considered PG-13, which means parental guidance is recommended.
Lots of choices promised for Roan Mtn. hike
The Plateau Chapter of the Tennessee Trails Association holds a leaderless hike every Wednesday morning. These are typically five to seven miles in length. For additional information, contact Bill Harris at 484-9152 or visit the Plateau Chapter Blog at http://ttaplateauchapter.blogspot.com.
AROUND THE TOWN: Welcome summer with a few good books
The unofficial start to summer begins this weekend with the Memorial Day Holiday. Although summer does not officially begin until June, for most of us, this first warm weather holiday is the preview of about three months of boating, fishing, camping, vacationing, picnics, family reunions and cook outs.
Schatz named May artist of the month at PCAC
Jessica Schatz, the artist of the month at the Plateau Creative Arts Center, has been an artist for as long as she can remember. She also remains busy as an interior designer, specializing in staging and new construction, and is also a pet portrait photographer. In addition, she donates her photography services, photographing homeless pets in order to help them find homes.
Folksinger to perform May 31 in Pleasant Hill
The award-winning folk singer Tom Neilson will be bringing his message of “Music for Social Change” to Pleasant Hill, on Friday, May 31, at 7 p.m. in the Pleasant Hill Community Church, UCC. The Shalom Center for Continuing Education, a non-profit educational center is sponsoring this appearance of the nationally well-known artist.
127 Seniors plan for annual picnic
On May 17, the members of the 127 South Senior Center had an enjoyable time socializing and playing bingo, dominos and billiards. Numbers were called by John Bohrman, with the prizes furnished by Dr. M. Stewart Galloway, M.D.
Pleasant Hill Ramblings: Pleasant Hill Elementary honors volunteers
Mary Ann Kotus-Huff, principal of Pleasant Hill Elementary School (PHS), recently welcomed volunteers to the annual Volunteer Tea. It was held in the gaily decorated new all-purpose room of the new annex. Volunteers were treated to sandwiches, fruit, cheese and crackers and cupcakes.
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