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Townsend Spring and Old Timers Festival

See larger Effie Suttles gets a hug from Robin Goddard as Effie works the loom at the Townsend Spring Festival on May 2.

Effie Suttles gets a hug from Robin Goddard as Effie works the loom at the Townsend Spring Festival on May 2.

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  • Savannah and Aaron McCoy of Clinton brought “Who” to check out the Townsend Old Timers’ Day and Spring Festival the first weekend in May at the Townsend Visitor’s Center.
  • William J. Brickey and his wife, Lisa, were on hand to help at the festival. William is with the Townsend Volunteer Fire Department, and Lisa was helping work the booth promoting an auction and benefit for local resident Betty McCampbell.
  • Anne Marie Warren of Ashland, Mass., enjoyed hearing about Bonny Kate Sugg’s baskets on Anne Marie’s trip to the Townsend Spring Festival.
  • Maetta Conrad works on a quilt at the Townsend Spring Festival.
  • Effie Suttles gets a hug from Robin Goddard as Effie works the loom at the Townsend Spring Festival on May 2.
  • Volunteers Jim McBride, Carolyn Roach and Mike Morrell keep the hot dogs coming at the Spring Festival.
  • Author Joe Kelley was on hand to sign copies of his book, “Meigs Line,” which he wrote with Dwight McCarter.
  • Brenda Head, Otis Watts and N.B. Whitehead enjoy pickin’ on the porch at the Townsend Old Timers’ Day and Spring Festival.
  • There wasn’t an inch to spare on the front porch of the Townsend Visitor’s Center as musicians didn’t let the rain dampen their spirits.
  • Jack and Doris Patton are all dressed up for some clogging at the Townsend Spring Festival.
  • Enjoying the music with an impromptu dance are the Mullins family -- Amanda, Alexis, Llaken and Stevie.
  • Lowell Dobbs gives the bass a musical workout.
  • Blacksmith Hugh Bowie gets some assistance from Paula Bowie as he demonstrates blacksmithing techniques at the Townsend Spring Festival.
  • Potter Carol Ware, right, has made an pottery animal that Linda Van Lente from Holland, Mich., finds just right.
  • Becca Furniss of Maryville brought her mandolin to join in the fun at Townsend.
  • This group of porch pickers add to the sounds and flavor of the Townsend Old Timer’s Day and  Spring Festival.
  • Cooking up some vittles in the Children’s Area are Isabel Wagner, Llaken Mullins and Jazzmine Mallory.
  • Caylee Carpenter gets into the swing of things with hula hoops.
  • Aidan and Daniel Lay try their skills at walking with blocks.

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