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Snapshots July 21, 2011

Craig Hurst is pictured with the new Miss Tennessee, Erin Hatley.  Erin will represent Tennessee at the Miss America Pageant in January, 2012.

Craig Hurst is pictured with the new Miss Tennessee, Erin Hatley. Erin will represent Tennessee at the Miss America Pageant in January, 2012.

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  • Cousins Cale Bright, 10, and Ezra Wildsmith, 5, pose for a picture on their last morning at Topsail Beach in North Carolina.
  • Amelia Grace Overton, 4 months, sits pretty in a basket. She is the daughter of Eric and Jewell Overton.
  • Craig Hurst is pictured with the new Miss Tennessee, Erin Hatley.  Erin will represent Tennessee at the Miss America Pageant in January, 2012.
  • Maegan Finley, Chelsea Moore and Katelyn Nichols celebrate together after their pinning ceremony on May 5 at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate.  They received their Associate of Science in Nursing Degree from Lincoln Memorial University at their May 7 Commencement Ceremonies.  Maegan is a graduate of William Blount High School, Chelsea is a graduate of Heritage High School and Katelyn is a graduate of Maryville High School.
  • Kaleb Cardwell was this close to a hole in one at Cane Patch Par 3.  He hit a 7 iron, 80 yard par 3.  Kaleb is the son of Danny and Kelly Cardwell.
  • At the Maryville Lions Club Annual picnic held at Pearson Springs Park in June, officers for 2011-2012 were installed by Past District Director Jim McFarland of the North Knoxville Lions Club.  Pictured from left to right are Membership Chairman Susan Shearin, Director Tom Miller; Director and Past President  Bob Hopfe, President Andrew Ten Eyck, Director Ron Hultgren, Past District Director Jim McFarland, Lion Tamer and Director J.V. Britton, Tail Twister Shirley Webb, Treasurer Bobbie King, and Membership committee member Arnie Pesterfield.  Not pictured are First Vice President Louis Schultz, Second Vice President Lori Huffaker, and Secretary Jon Joel.
  • In remembrance of National Garden Club week, members of the Smoky Mountains Garden Club met at the home of Karol Smith to make small flower arrangements to be distributed to patients of the Blount Memorial Hospital Hospice program.  25 arrangements were delivered to the hospice.  The containers for the flowers were small china items and teacups and saucers.  Sandra Stricklin purchased them at the Habitat Store.  Many of the flowers came from members’ gardens.  Pictured from left to right:  Elizabeth Mize (president), Becky Dodson (treasurer), Cheryl Ferrone, Karol Smith (recording secretary), Sandra Stricklin.

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