Lonnie Lou Shulley, 45, to Marilyn Charlene Cooper, 48, both of Crossville.
Samuel John McGee, 56, to Tammy Lynn Bertram, 44, both of Crossville.
David Anthony Morris, 21, to Chasity Nicole Thompson, 18, both of Crossville.
Justin Link Cox, 23, to Allison Jean Williams, 23, both of Crossville.
Michael Dereck Corbin, 23, to Ashley Nicole Sebok, 24, both of Crossville.
Layne Edward Conley, 24, of Covington, GA, to Jelesa Brooke Smith, 22, of Crossville.
James Timothy Lewis Jr., 23, to Lillie Elizabeth Scarbrough, 21, both of Sparta.
Joseph Wesley Hensley, 24, to Angela Jeannette Johnson, 29, both of Crossville.
Tyler Wade Sisco, 20, to Erica Mae Martin, 23, both of Crossville.
Johnny Ray Patterson III, 21, to Lacy Carol Cottrell, 20, both of Murfreesboro.
Jeremy Lee May, 39, to Alison Kathleen Jackson, 32, both of Crossville.
Jeffrey Charles Webb, 46, to Christina Irene Conley, 42, both of Crossville.
Sean Michael Howard, 22, to Tosha Rae Thomas, 21, both of Crossville.
- CCHS Class of 1963 congratulates Class of 2013
Putt for the Cure miniature golf tournament a success
Kids of all ages enjoyed a fun outing of miniature golf Saturday at the first Putt for the Cure event, presented by Dr. Calley Jo Elsea of Cloudland Dental, to benefit the Upper Cumberland affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Players teams up with sponsors and host Pirates Plateau Golf Adventure to raise funds to help area women get needed screening exams, support patients and survivors, educate the public and support national research initiatives.
Around the Town: Attendance is the Key to success in Cumberland County!
High school attendance is up and 10 cars have been given away. This is all thanks to some forward thinking educators along with Dave and Connie Kirk and the staff at Dave Kirk Automotive. This year marks the 10th anniversary, or a decade, of what the high school students call "Dave Kirk Drawing Day." Or, in layman's terms, some junior or senior from Cumberland County High School, Stone Memorial High School or Phoenix School wins a brand spanking new vehicle.
End of another great year for Neighbors and Newcomers
Referred to as the "best little club on the mountain," Neighbors and Newcomers will be holding its last meeting of the year May 23. After a fun-filled, interesting and exciting year, the group will enjoy this end-of-the-year lunch at the Cumberland County Fairgrounds.
Seniors to visit Sutton General Store May 18
On May 10, the members of the 127 Senior Center had a good time socializing, playing bingo, dominos and billiards. Numbers were called by Arlene Simmons, with the prizes furnished by Bob Folger, with State Farm Insurance.
Published May 15, 2013.
Pow-wow set for May 18-19
Everyone is invited to come attend the educational and cultural event, Pow-Wow on the Plateau "Honoring All Survivors" on May 18 and 19 at the Cumberland County Fairgrounds. There will be many Indian tribes and dance styles represented. Bert Cox will be the master of ceremonies.
PLEASANT HILL RAMBLINGS: Therapy gym opens at Uplands
Functional Pathways, Inc. is the Uplands Village therapy provider for physical, occupational and speech therapy. A new therapy gym has been established in the renovated Apartment 4 at 23 Heritage Loop next door to the new home health care office and respite rooms. The Village and Fletcher residents will receive their therapy in the gym. Wharton Homes residents will have therapy in the Wharton therapy rooms.
FAIR PARK: Crossville’s Got Talent is this Friday
Crossville really has so much talent in this area. Some is home grown, and others have decided to enjoy retiring in the county. The Fair Park Senior Center recently held auditions for the third annual Crossville’s Got Talent Show, and everyone who tried out did a great job, but the show is very limited to only two hours. So not all the people who tried out got to be in the show.
PLATEAU GARDENING: Pruning pines
The time for spring pruning of pines is right now while new growth (commonly called "candles") is still pale green and flexible. Waiting until later in the season or using tools like hand-held or long-handled pruners doesn’t give good results.
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