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The General James Longstreet 954 Chapter of the Children of the Confederacy, sponsored by the Captain W.Y.C. Hannum 1881 UDC, commemorated Confederate History Month by placing flowers and Second National Flags on the graves of Confederate soldiers buried at Mt. Moriah Cemetery near Singleton Station Road in Blount County. Pictured are John Testerman III, Christina Peters, Madison Gallostra, Tyler Byrd-Gallostra, Katherine Horn, Evelyn Kelley, Hannah Peters, Clara Peters, Caleb Peters, Miranda Herring, Dylan Moya and Cheyenne Miller.

The General James Longstreet 954 Chapter of the Children of the Confederacy, sponsored by the Captain W.Y.C. Hannum 1881 UDC, commemorated Confederate History Month by placing flowers and Second National Flags on the graves of Confederate soldiers buried at Mt. Moriah Cemetery near Singleton Station Road in Blount County. Pictured are John Testerman III, Christina Peters, Madison Gallostra, Tyler Byrd-Gallostra, Katherine Horn, Evelyn Kelley, Hannah Peters, Clara Peters, Caleb Peters, Miranda Herring, Dylan Moya and Cheyenne Miller.

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  • Haley and Emma Ferguson pose for an Easter picture with their grandmother, Judy Heinrich.
  • Wyatt Campbell poses with his faithful dog on Easter Sunday looking like Buster Brown.
  • These baby birds are growing up in a hanging basket at the home of Betty Bowers in Friendsville. They survived the recent storms and are waiting for their time to fly.
  • The boys of homeschool Troop 511, charted by Joshua Home Educators of Tennessee, decided to miss the annual Spring Camporee this year to volunteer their time and energy to do storm cleanup at several properties throughout Blount County. Most notably was Mentor Community Park in the town of Louisville. Together with Cub Pack 511, the boys put in a hard day’s work picking up fallen limbs, many of which were bigger around than the boys’ arms, sticks, twigs and leaves. By the end of the work day, the boys had amassed a pile that was 20 feet wide and 6 feet tall.
  • Heritage Middle School Varsity Girls Golf team won first place in District 4 Tournament at Pine Lakes recently. Pictured are Erin Robinson, Trista Holder, Cydney Murrell and Coach Clint Juday.
  • The General James Longstreet 954 Chapter of the Children of the Confederacy, sponsored by the Captain W.Y.C. Hannum 1881 UDC, commemorated Confederate History Month by placing flowers and Second National Flags on the graves of Confederate soldiers buried at Mt. Moriah Cemetery near Singleton Station Road in Blount County. Pictured are John Testerman III, Christina Peters, Madison Gallostra, Tyler Byrd-Gallostra, Katherine Horn, Evelyn Kelley, Hannah Peters, Clara Peters, Caleb Peters, Miranda Herring, Dylan Moya and Cheyenne Miller.
  • The Captain W.Y.C. Hannum 1881 Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, contributes to the Totes of Love project as part of the Benevolent Committee chaired by Mary Nell Clevenger. Debbie Owens of Maryville founded the non-profit ministry which helps foster children by providing them with suitcases, overnight bags, and hygiene items. Generous chapter members donated several new totes and about 30 Beanie Babies for the project at the April meeting. Pictured are Mary Nell Clevenger and Debbie Owens.
  • The General James Longstreet #954 Children of the Confederacy (CofC) commemorated April as Tennessee Confederate History month at Mt. Moriah Cemetery by placing wreaths on the Confederate graves there as well as presenting the Robert E. Lee Award to Debra Wilson, a member of the Captain W.Y.C. Hannum 1881 UDC. Pictured are John Testerman III, Madison Gallostra, Tyler Byrd-Gallostra, Katherine Horn, Hannah Peters, Christina Peters, Caleb Peters, Evelyn Kelley, Dylan Moya, Britney Lakes, Debra Wilson, Miranda Hearing, Cheyenne Miller, Millie Peters holding Clara Peters, Elaine Russell, Charlotte Miller, Brenda Holt and Florence Byrd.

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