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Snapshots May 6, 2010

In April, the General James Longstreet Chapter of the Children of the Confederacy, joined by members of the sponsoring Captain W.Y.C. Hannum UDC, placed a memorial wreath on the grave of CSA Corporal Hugh L.W. Singleton at Mt. Moriah Cemetery in Blount County. Also marked was the grave of CSA Private Grigsby Willocks. Pictured in front are John T. Testerman III and Madison Gallostra. In back from left are Florence Byrd, Cheyenne Miller, Tyler Martin, Vicky Moya, Debra Wilson, Elaine Russell, Sheryl Gallostra, Dylan Moya and Charlotte Miller. The stone was placed and marked originally by the UDC and CoC in 2006 after the restoration of Mt. Moriah cemetery.

In April, the General James Longstreet Chapter of the Children of the Confederacy, joined by members of the sponsoring Captain W.Y.C. Hannum UDC, placed a memorial wreath on the grave of CSA Corporal Hugh L.W. Singleton at Mt. Moriah Cemetery in Blount County. Also marked was the grave of CSA Private Grigsby Willocks. Pictured in front are John T. Testerman III and Madison Gallostra. In back from left are Florence Byrd, Cheyenne Miller, Tyler Martin, Vicky Moya, Debra Wilson, Elaine Russell, Sheryl Gallostra, Dylan Moya and Charlotte Miller. The stone was placed and marked originally by the UDC and CoC in 2006 after the restoration of Mt. Moriah cemetery.

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  • Sydni Elkins celebrated her 14th birthday party with family and friends. Pictured are, first row, Taylor Newman, Sydni Elkins, Drew Homan and Eli Elkins. Second row are Leigh Ann Pezick, Emily Worsham, Parker Weaver and Robyn Fischer.
  • Employees at the East Tennessee Military Association Federal Credit Union (ETMAFCU) published a cookbook called American Treasures to support HonorAir Knoxville, an organization dedicated to flying East Tennessee World War II veterans free of charge to Washington, D.C., to see the Memorial built in their honor. Rick Mikels, ETMAFCU manager, left, and Gina Patty, marketing director presented a check for $4,000 to Eddie Mannis, president of Prestige Cleaners and chairman of HonorAir Knoxville, right. The cookbook is available for $10 at all Prestige stores and at the ETMAFCU office in Louisville. They can also be purchased at www.honorairknoxville.com. All proceeds from the sale of the book go directly to HonorAir Knoxville.
  • Knoxville FIRE 9u team are the Pigeon Forge Early Bird 2010 Champions and No. 1, according to TNUSSSA.com. Pictured are, first row, Baily Parks, Mack Ratliff, Brandon Langenberg and Ashton King; and, second row, Allan Biven, Chad Homan (Maryville) Ryder Green (Alcoa), Hunter Loyd, Drew Elkins (Maryville).
  • Maryssa Vales, 10 months, is the daughter of Daniela Babet and Brandon Vales. She is the granddaughter of Thomas and Sandra Vales of Maryville.
  • Maryville Magic 10U girls fast-pitch travel softball team finished with a first place win in an eight team tournament in Crossville. They recently finished second in Morristown and second in Chattanooga. Pictured, standing from left, are coaches David Helton, Paul McMahan and Bobby Alloway. Players are, top row, Chloe Swafford, Tori Malone, Maisie Chasteen, Kallyn Newport, Brooke Parker and McKenzie Henry. Kneeling players are Brooke McMahan, Amber Helton, Tori Ogle, Madison Henry and Anna Cate Alloway. Laying is Ashley Elliott. Not pictured is Courtney Carruther.
  • In April, the General James Longstreet Chapter of the Children of the Confederacy, joined by members of the sponsoring Captain W.Y.C. Hannum UDC, placed a memorial wreath on the grave of CSA Corporal Hugh L.W. Singleton at Mt. Moriah Cemetery in Blount County. Also marked was the grave of CSA Private Grigsby Willocks. Pictured in front are John T. Testerman III and Madison Gallostra. In back from left are Florence Byrd, Cheyenne Miller, Tyler Martin, Vicky Moya, Debra Wilson, Elaine Russell, Sheryl Gallostra, Dylan Moya and Charlotte Miller. The stone was placed and marked originally by the UDC and CoC in 2006 after the restoration of Mt. Moriah cemetery.
  • Alex Gregory poses proudly with his turkey he killed on the opening day of the youth hunt. The turkey weighed in at 18 pounds.

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