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Emily Winsauer

Title: Writer
Contact: 865-981-9101

About Emily Winsauer

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Position History

  • Writer
    01/06/2010 - current

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Recent Work

  • Hoof to Heart Published 11/05/2009 at 12:29 p.m.

    A far cry from a psychiatrist’s couch, the barn owned by the non-profit grief counseling group Mane Support might seem like an unusual place for therapy. Executive director Kim Henry insists the opposite. Horses, she writes in her book Hoof ...

  • MC Humanities department reorganization will benefit students and faculty Published 10/01/2009 at midnight

    During Maryville College’s 2009 Homecoming festivities, Alumni will have their first opportunity to become acquainted with the school’s new Division of Humanities, which has been reorganized over the last year to better serve students and faculty. An alumni get-together to ...

  • St. Andrews hosts third-annual Knoxville Showcase and Dance Challenge Published 09/17/2009 at midnight

    On Saturday, August 22, ballroom dancers, dance enthusiasts and friends gathered at St. Andrews Episcopal Church on Broadway in Maryville for the third-annual Knoxville Showcase and Dance Challenge, a ballroom dancing competition for pairs dancers organized into scores of heats ...

  • Bean and Bailey record DVD in front of sold-out crowd at Capitol Theatre Published 09/17/2009 at midnight

    The comedy team Bean and Bailey returned to Maryville to record a DVD at the Capitol Theater on the evening of Aug. 14. The duo has performed at a number of local venues, including the Palace Theater and First Baptist ...

  • Ft. Craig kids bring flowers and encouragement to Blount Memorial patients Published 08/27/2009 at midnight

    On August 21, third graders from Fort Craig Elementary made the trek from their school down to Blount Memorial Hospital, carrying with them flowers and hand-made cards for the patients there. The service project was a part of the school’s ...

  • Literacy group gives adults much-needed skills for success Published 08/27/2009 at midnight

    In recent months, news reports on the "employment crisis" in America and abroad have been all too common. Amid all the grim statistics, however, there are some bright spots. One of them can be found right here at home, in ...

  • New CMS field gives kids from all over Blount a place to play ball Published 08/13/2009 at midnight

    “If you build it, they will come”: this play on the famous line in Field of Dreams has been CMS head coach Billy Barker’s motto over the last year as he constructed a baseball field for his team and organized ...

  • New Providence celebrates new wing with "topping-off" ceremony Published 08/06/2009 at midnight

    On Sunday, June 28, members of New Providence Presbyterian Church gathered for a “topping-off” ceremony to celebrate the completion of their under-construction Westminster Wing’s steel framework. During the ceremony, members added their signatures to the frame’s final beam, which was ...

  • The Lake Show offers viewers a taste of life on the water Published 08/06/2009 at midnight

    It may not be David Letterman, but the Fort Loudoun Lake Association’s television program The Lake Show is a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon. “The Lake Show, not to be confused with The Late Show,” reminds Penny Mitchell, ...

  • Enjoying a ‘Midsummer dream’ Published 08/05/2009 at 2:54 p.m.

    In the last scene of A Midsummer Nights Dream, Shakespeare declared the play to have a weak and idle theme, but this raucous comedy nonetheless draws in audiences like the one that gathered on July 27 on the lawn of ...

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