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Snapshots April 14, 2011

Local members of the Society Daughters of Colonial Wars in the State of Tennessee met at the Chattanooga Choo Choo for the spring meeting. The program, based on the Battle of Missionary Ridge, was given by Professor Steve Bartlett of the McCallie School for Boys. Pictured in front of the Choo Choo are Jacqueline Newman, Steve Bartlett, State President Ruth Heizer, Lynda Williams, Janie York, Bernice Nelson, Laura Bales, Patsy Ellis, Carolyn Jackson and Charlotte Miller.

Local members of the Society Daughters of Colonial Wars in the State of Tennessee met at the Chattanooga Choo Choo for the spring meeting. The program, based on the Battle of Missionary Ridge, was given by Professor Steve Bartlett of the McCallie School for Boys. Pictured in front of the Choo Choo are Jacqueline Newman, Steve Bartlett, State President Ruth Heizer, Lynda Williams, Janie York, Bernice Nelson, Laura Bales, Patsy Ellis, Carolyn Jackson and Charlotte Miller.

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  • Friends and family enjoy a sunny afternoon. Pictured are, from left, Addie Loftis, Robert Davis, Becky Davis and Ed Pernick.
  • The Elizabeth Paxton Houston Society Children of the American Revolution, sponsored by the Mary Blount DAR, attended the 57th Annual State Conference in March at Montgomery Bell State Park near Nashville. The Society won several awards, including that of one of the three top Societies in the state. Society President Cheyenne Miller was elected State Second Vice President for 2011-2012, and Charlotte J. Miller was elected Senior Second Vice President. Society vice president Dylan Moya’s essay on the US Flag won recognition. In the National Chaplain contest, Amber and Austin Hall were recognized for the prayers submitted. Pictured are Tyler Martin, Charlotte Miller, Dylan Moya, Cheyenne Miller and Senior Society President Florence Byrd.
  • Local members of the Society Daughters of Colonial Wars in the State of Tennessee met at the Chattanooga Choo Choo for the spring meeting. The program, based on the Battle of Missionary Ridge, was given by Professor Steve Bartlett of the McCallie School for Boys. Pictured in front of the Choo Choo are Jacqueline Newman, Steve Bartlett, State President Ruth Heizer, Lynda Williams, Janie York, Bernice Nelson, Laura Bales, Patsy Ellis, Carolyn Jackson and Charlotte Miller.
  • Neighbors and friends from Crosswinds Subdivision joined together March 31-April 4 for an enjoyable bus trip to Washington, D.C., at the peak of the Cherry Blossom Festival. Their trip included a visit to Arlington Cemetery for the changing of the guard and viewing of the Confederate Dead Memorial. They enjoyed a walking tour around the White House, a visit to the national monuments and memorials, the National Cathedral, the Smithsonian Museums, and the Capitol. They also explored Mount Vernon. Pictured in front of the White House, from left, are Phil and Pat Reilly, George and Peggy Chapman, Elaine and Bob Russell.
  • Congratulations to Crystal and James Radke of Maryville, who were married Feb. 4, 2011, by the Rev. John Conley, uncle of the bride. Crystal is the daughter of Randal and Martha Conley. James is the son of Kyle and Carol Bolinger. Crystal was escorted to the alter by her son, Silas Satterfield.
  • The East Tennessee Daffodil Society hosted the American Daffodil Society Southeast Regional Show, Daffodils on Parade, at the University of Tennessee in March. Brenda Gregory, Vice President of the Tuckaleechee Garden Club of Townsend and a Blount County Master Gardener, received the American Daffodil Society Small Growers Ribbon for the best standard daffodil.
  • Pellissippi State Blount County students enjoying Spring Fling activity on campus.
  • Debbie O’Dell and husband, Tommy O’Dell; Coley O’Dell and wife, Judy O’Dell; Martha O’Dell Conley and husband, Randall Conley celebrate the wedding of James and Crystal Radke. Crystal is the daughter of Randal and Martha Conley.

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