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Kiwanis Antiques Appraisal 2009

Members of the Kiwanis and Key clubs work the appraisal fair. From left are Ken Brown, J.J. Campbell, Steve Fillmore and Art Hafner, who is Lt. Gov. for the Kentucky-Tennessee District, Division 5, for the Kiwanis.

Photo by Sherri Gardner Howell

Members of the Kiwanis and Key clubs work the appraisal fair. From left are Ken Brown, J.J. Campbell, Steve Fillmore and Art Hafner, who is Lt. Gov. for the Kentucky-Tennessee District, Division 5, for the Kiwanis.

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  • Special guest Joe Rosson takes a good look at Kathryn Knable’s Alabama Indestructible Doll, which dates back to the early 1900s.
  • Members of the Kiwanis and Key clubs work the appraisal fair. From left are Ken Brown, J.J. Campbell, Steve Fillmore and Art Hafner, who is Lt. Gov. for the Kentucky-Tennessee District, Division 5, for the Kiwanis.
  • Brenda McDaniel gets Joe Rosson to appraise a Mexican figurine and an etching at the Kiwanis Antique Appraisal Fair.
  • Ready to serve hungry guests at the Kiwanis Antique Appraisal Fair are Steve Fillmore, Barry Van Winkle, Jeanie Van Winkle, Pat Irby, Will McCampbell, Bob Patterson and Brenda Yancey.
  • Judge Bill Brewer brought a Bessie Harvey sculpture he received from the artist in 1984 as payment for some legal work he did for her.
  • Barbara Hammond gets her unusual chair appraised by Harold Smiddy at the Kiwanis Antique Appraisal Fair, which was a fund raiser for the Alcoa and Foothills Kiwanis Clubs and Heritage and Alcoa Key Clubs.
  • Jerry Williams, left, brought a neoclassic clock to the appraisal fair while Paulette Brewer wanted to know the value of a statue.

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