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See smaller The Alcoa High School Class of 1960 enjoy their 50th class reunion at the Airport Hilton recently.

The Alcoa High School Class of 1960 enjoy their 50th class reunion at the Airport Hilton recently.

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  • Greyson Davis Hill enjoys the swing his “Poppy,” Gaylon Hill made for him.
  • The Alcoa High School Class of 1960 enjoy their 50th class reunion at the Airport Hilton recently.
  • Carissa Marie Burns enjoys smelling the sunflowers on Highway 321. She’s the granddaughter of Ronnie and Billy Click.
  • Dale Spence Tallent and Gail Spence Smith enjoy the Alcoa High School Class of 1960 reunion at the Airport Hilton. This was the first time they had dressed alike in 50 years.
  • DJ Vanderwerf of Sweetwater shows his horse Amazing Grace Luke Skywalker  at the AMHR National Show. They won Reserve National Champion.
  • The Maryville High School Lady Rebels Soccer team Seniors include, from left, Anna Land, Hannah Stooksbury, Becca Foxx, Elizabeth Chandler and Aly Carnes.
  • Ricky Wardlaw with Reserve National Champion Southern Crystals Jammin By Moonlight, owned by Polly Cleveland of Geor., take their turn in center stage at the AMHR National Show recently.
  • Rosalind Loy celebrated her 91st birthday at her home with her children and grandchildren. She was born on Sept. 5, 1919.
  • The members of the Treaty of Tellico Blockhouse Continental Society Daughters of Indian Wars toured the Sequoyah Birthplace Museum, Fort Loudoun State Historical Park, and the site of the Tellico Blockhouse in the Vonore area. Pictured at Fort Loudoun overlooking the Tellico Blockhouse site are Manager of the Fort Loudoun site Jeff Wells, Lynda Williams, Jane Ayres, Carolyn Templeton, Carol Robbins, Amanda Miller, Martha Cummings, Charlotte Miller, retired GSMNP ranger Arthur “Butch” McDade, Debra Williams, Joy Thompson, Elaine Russell, Teressia Blair, Jackie McInnis, Jacqueline Newman, Shirley Hall, Ruth Heizer and Francis Campbell.
  • Seymour Rotary Club members met recently to do some landscaping work on the “Welcome to Seymour” sign which the club provided on Chapman Highway. Pictured are, from left, Phil Holt, Bonnie Finchum, Bill Fry and Club President Jeff Foster.

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