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Carol Russell, left, and Melissa Davis wait on the arrival of Veterans returning from their trip to Washington D.C. on Wednesday, April 28. Melissa Davis was welcoming home her father-in-law, Robert Davis.

Carol Russell, left, and Melissa Davis wait on the arrival of Veterans returning from their trip to Washington D.C. on Wednesday, April 28. Melissa Davis was welcoming home her father-in-law, Robert Davis.

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  • Carol Russell, left, and Melissa Davis wait on the arrival of Veterans returning from their trip to Washington D.C. on Wednesday, April 28. Melissa Davis was welcoming home her father-in-law, Robert Davis.
  • Several Blount County members of the Tennessee Society Daughters of Colonial Wars attended the March meeting at the Cleveland Country Club in Cleveland. Pictured in front are Carolyn Jackson, Charlotte Miller and Shirley Hall. In the back, from left, are Patsy Ellis, Debra Wilson, Madge Day, Laura Bales, Jackie Newman, Ruth Heizer, Bernice Nelson and Judge Randolph.
  • Jaxon Longhurst and Emma Greene visit the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., while vacationing with their grandparents Glen and Hiroko Davis.
  • The Captain W.Y.C. Hannum UDC chapter of Maryville donated the genealogy reference book “My Neck of the Woods” on the Lewis family of Southeastern North Carolina and Northeastern South Carolina to the Blount County Library. The Lewis family are Revolutionary and CSA ancestors of member Florence Byrd who donated the book to the chapter. Pictured are, from left, Betty Best, Debra Wilson, Florence Byrd, Kathleen Christy, Elaine Russell, Cathy Jenkins and Ila Mae Morton.
  • Nathaniel McCormick, left, and Nevaeh McCormick sit on the King’s Throne at the Greenback Castle owned by Floyd Banks, Jr.
  • The featured speaker for the April 12 History Department Program at GFWC of Tennessee Ossoli Circle in Knoxville was Blount County Historical Society President Ken Cornitt. Ken spoke on his interesting hobby of excavating sites of old “Out Houses” and displayed several recovered artifacts. Pictured are, from left, Shirley Hall, Ken Cornitt, Debra Wilson and Jackie McInnis.
  • Wade Masters, Martha Lou McCampbell and Clara Peels stop for a photo at the Mayoral Forum sponsored by area realtors and homebuilders.

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