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Snapshots July 28, 2011

This group participated in the National Senior Olympics recently. The team won the silver medal in the 55-59 age group with a record of 7-1. Players are, from left, Cheryl Merritt, Darlene Parton. Edwina Burns, Sandy Pevey and Holly Conner.

This group participated in the National Senior Olympics recently. The team won the silver medal in the 55-59 age group with a record of 7-1. Players are, from left, Cheryl Merritt, Darlene Parton. Edwina Burns, Sandy Pevey and Holly Conner.

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  • Craig Hurst is pictured with Alyssa Campanella, the new Miss USA 2011, after the recent pageant in Las Vegas. Alyssa will represent the United States at the Miss Universe Pageant in São Paulo, Brazil on Sept. 12, 2011.
  • Gavin Robison enjoys his first fishing trip with his dad, Eric.
  • Five siblings of the Truman and Gertrude Blevins Best family recently celebrated those who were 80 years old and above. Pictured are, from left, Irene Carpenter, Wilma Holder, Edna Ruth Murphy, Oscar Best and Mary Martha. There were 12 children total, two deceased, with the 10 living in or near the Carpenter Community.
  • Joining for a group picture are the Eagleton Little League 11-12 year old 2011 Season Champions and the 2011 Spring Tournament Champions. In the back row, from left, are Coach David Cunningham, Coach Chuck Moss, Coach Larry Hodge, Sr. and Coach Ed Moss. In the second row, from left, are Avery Kyle, Shane Weakly, Larry Hodge, Jr., Justin Crabtree, Brandon Moss and Noah Painter. In the front, from left, are Chris Garrett, Johnathan Small, Jordan Patterson, Isaiah Cobb, Alex Cunningham and Corey Barnes.
  • This group participated in the National Senior Olympics recently. The team won the silver medal in the 55-59 age group with a record of 7-1. Players are, from left, Cheryl Merritt, Darlene Parton. Edwina Burns, Sandy Pevey and Holly Conner.
  • The Smoky Mountain Hotshots participated in the 2011 National Summer Senior Games in Texas in June. They finished with a silver medal and a record of 6-3. Pictured are, top row from left, Jo Farmer, Anne Bright, Nancy Browning. In the front, from left, are Susie Hangis, Rob Hargis and Neak Alexander. Not pictured are Billie Dempsey and Mary Mogart.
  • The State Society Daughters of Colonial Wars held the annual field trip meeting at Townsend in June.  After lunch at Miss Lily's Restaurant, the group toured the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. Pictured are local members of the group in front of the Heritage Center, from left, Debra Wilson, Charlotte Miller, Jackie Newman, Ruth Heizer, Brenda Holt, Patsy Ellis, Lynda Williams and Alice Conlin.

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