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Maryville Kiwanis presented a check of $2,400 raised funds to the Community Food Connection at its Dec. 7 meeting. Making the presentation is Maryville Kiwanis President Robert Russell to Dean Moss, representing the Community Food Connection. Maryville Kiwanis not only raises money to assist in sustaining important projects and organizations, but its membership is active in supporting them with volunteer hours. A variety of members volunteer as many as 50 hours of their time each month stocking and distributing groceries.

Maryville Kiwanis presented a check of $2,400 raised funds to the Community Food Connection at its Dec. 7 meeting. Making the presentation is Maryville Kiwanis President Robert Russell to Dean Moss, representing the Community Food Connection. Maryville Kiwanis not only raises money to assist in sustaining important projects and organizations, but its membership is active in supporting them with volunteer hours. A variety of members volunteer as many as 50 hours of their time each month stocking and distributing groceries.

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  • Enjoying the annual Bunco Christmas limo ride are, from left, Debbie Mason, Ellie Doughty, Karen Trentham, Kate Braun, Jan Alkire, Sue Clark, Linda Carraway and Joyce Carver.
  • This group stops for a photo at the Broadway United Methodist Church’s Square One Christmas Cookie Party held at Savannah Park Clubhouse. Pictured are Jan Cooper, Dale Henry, Kim Hill, Jean Hubbs, Deb Husk, Stephanie Jordan, Pat Matthews, Susanne Martin, Sue McCampbell, Sharon Mitchell, Mary Morehead, Mollie Nicholson, Angel Norman, Lana Parham, Patsy Russell, Bobbie Smith, Debbie Taylor, Lil Tiebout and Kerry Trundle.
  • Ezra Wildsmith, 5, is ready to play in the snow after Christmas.
  • Maryville Kiwanis presented a check of $2,400 raised funds to the Community Food Connection at its Dec. 7 meeting. Making the presentation is Maryville Kiwanis President Robert Russell to Dean Moss, representing the Community Food Connection. Maryville Kiwanis not only raises money to assist in sustaining important projects and organizations, but its membership is active in supporting them with volunteer hours. A variety of members volunteer as many as 50 hours of their time each month stocking and distributing groceries.
  • This group of men from Oak Street Baptist church took a trip to Myrtle Beach for a week of fun in September.
  • These women from Oak Street Baptist Church spent a week in the sun at Myrtle Beach in September.
  • After having lunch at Ava Barber’s Steamboat Grill, Lula Smith, Bobbie Carpenter, Sally Davis and Lillian Lonas stopped by Lulu’s Tearoom in Powell for dessert.
  • The Tuckaleechee Garden Club of Townsend decorated the Cardwell Cabin at the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center for the holidays. Pictured in front of the cabin are, seated, Ann Sorvillo and Mo Pearson. On the second row, from left, are Charlotte Miller, Janie Bitner, Francy Cash, President Martha Frink and Linda Lee. In the back, from left, are Connie Keeble, Sharon Cox, Lorna Hale, Lon Fugate, Marge Fugate, Lorna Methany, Paulette Stepp and Florence Byrd.

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