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Lisa Thomas is pictured with three handsome soldiers from Fort Benning, Ga. They came to help Kathy Orcutt of Hugs for Our Soldiers pick up and mail over 1,000 Christmas for a Soldier goody bags. They were sent to Afghanistan. Lisa Thomas Salon was an official drop off location. Lisa also received help from the Sam Davis Chapter of the Children of the Confederacy and Knoxville Chapter 89 United Daughters of the Confederacy.

Lisa Thomas is pictured with three handsome soldiers from Fort Benning, Ga. They came to help Kathy Orcutt of Hugs for Our Soldiers pick up and mail over 1,000 Christmas for a Soldier goody bags. They were sent to Afghanistan. Lisa Thomas Salon was an official drop off location. Lisa also received help from the Sam Davis Chapter of the Children of the Confederacy and Knoxville Chapter 89 United Daughters of the Confederacy.

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  • Mary Blount DAR presented the DAR Good Citizen Award to outstanding seniors from six area high schools at the Annual Awards Tea in February. Pictured from left to right are Chairman Kathy Meacham, Kaylan Chapparo of Greenback High, Danielle White of Maryville Christian, Jonathan Burkhalter of Alcoa High, Ryan Stennes of William Blount High, Montana Dunn of Heritage High, Catherine Eichorn of Maryville High and Regent Lynda Williams.
  • President Elaine Russell and Registrar Debra Wilson, members of the Capt. W.Y.C. Hannum Chapter 1881 of the Daughters of the Confederacy, Maryville, TN, were on the road again in search of Confederate Ancestors and to honor their Southern Heritage. Their travels took them to the Georgia Archives in Morrow, Ga.; the Heard County Historical Center and Museum in Franklin County, Ga.; a visit with UDC members of the Admiral Semmes Chapter 57 in Auburn, Ala.; the Alabama Archives in Montgomery, and finally to the library at Samford University in Birmingham. While in Montgomery the travelers also visited the 1st White House of the Confederacy, Oakwood Cemetery and the gravesite of singer, Hank Williams. Elaine, left, and Debra are pictured here in the Georgia State Archives.
  • Lisa Thomas is pictured with three handsome soldiers from Fort Benning, Ga. They came to help Kathy Orcutt of Hugs for Our Soldiers pick up and mail over 1,000 Christmas for a Soldier goody bags. They were sent to Afghanistan. Lisa Thomas Salon was an official drop off location. Lisa also received help from the Sam Davis Chapter of the Children of the Confederacy and Knoxville Chapter 89 United Daughters of the Confederacy.
  • Mountain Laurel Garden Club members Nancy Williams, left, and Cindy Stuart are checking out the handcrafted gardening aprons, overalls and bags that will be for sale at the spring plant sale.
  • The Captain W.Y.C. Hannum 1881 UDC and the General James Longstreet 954 Children of the Confederacy attended the 18th Annual Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson Birthday Celebration at the Foundry. Pictured are, from left, Barbara Spence, Charlotte Miller, Florence Byrd, Tyler Martin, Cheyenne Miller, Dr. David Chaltas as “Robert E. Lee,” Elaine Russell, Mary Jon Morgan, Alice Conlin, Patsy Ellis, Jacqueline Newman and Debra Wilson.
  • KayLee Sloan and Brenna Bentley pose for a shot with T-Mike from History Channels “The Swamp People.”
  • The Townsend Red Hat group met Jan. 21 at the home of Queen Ann Sorvillo to celebrate her birthday and second anniversary of being cancer free. Pictured in front is Florence Byrd. In back, from left, are Kay Tinsley, Mildred Tedford, Sharon Cox, Marcia Thacker, Charlotte Miller, Queen Ann Sorvillow, Debbie Keiden, Vickie Mueller, Judy Kueger and Francy Cash.
  • Peg Moore, Jean Gregory and Betty Alein worked for two weeks on this puzzle with the help of two Maryville College students. The ladies plan to frame their puzzle art in purple and hang it up so everyone can enjoy. The three ladies are residents of Wellington Place in Maryville.

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