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Attractions

Dollywood Palace Theater in Pigeon Forge

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Anakeesta in Gatlinburg

Dolly Parton’s Dollywood in Pigeon Forge is Tennessee’s number one attraction. The world-class theme park’s $37 million expansion, Wildwood Grove, includes 11 guest experiences, including a suspended family roller coaster called the Dragonflier, the 55-foot-tall Wildwood Tree, live entertainment, indoor and outdoor play areas, and a new restaurant. Dollywood also has inspiring theatrical shows, concerts, and Dollywood’s Splash Country, the waterpark that houses the more than 20 water slides and splash pads. Book a stay at Dollywood’s DreamMore

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he family vacation… the ones you don’t just remember, but replay over and over again. When your heart skipped a beat and eyes opened wide to the wonders of the world. It’s a connection, a reunion, and it’s made in Tennessee.

Discovery Park of America in Union City

Resort & Spa for family-inspired rooms, spa services, a pool, live music, storytelling at night, and much more. Reach new heights at Gatlinburg’s newest attraction, Anakeesta, where a tree canopy walk, gem mining for the little ones, barbecue, shopping, and dual-ziplining wait to fill a fun day for the family. Visit Ruby Falls in Chattanooga, the largest and deepest waterfall open to the public in the U.S., for its beautiful cave formations and impressive waterfall. Ruby Falls unveiled a $20 million expansion with upgrades like an outdoor observation area, improved ticketing experience, expanded retail, LED lights, and additional parking. Enjoy the ZIPstream Aerial Adventure Course, adjacent to Ruby Falls, for an adventure above the trees in the suspending obstacle courses. Explore the Secret City, Oak Ridge, the site of the Manhattan Project that is told through interactive exhibits and well-preserved artifacts at the American Museum of Science and Energy. Discover America’s largest underground lake, The Lost Sea, in Sweetwater, where guests take a voyage across the lake in a glass-bottom boat. Families visiting Nashville can soak in the fun at SoundWaves, a new luxury indoor/outdoor water park at Gaylord Opryland Resort. Kids can ride the slide

tower, rapid and lazy river, or rock climb in the activity pool. In Hendersonville, just 30 minutes from Nashville, Mary’s Magical Place is an all-inclusive playground designed and created for children, ranging from able-bodied to those in wheelchairs, where they can come and play together. Learn the deep-rooted music history in Nashville with interactive exhibits at the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum, and go behind-the-scenes in some of the nation’s iconic music sites like the Ryman Auditorium and the Grand Ole Opry, all in Nashville. Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills is an opportunity to peer into the famous musician’s home along with the newly added Loretta’s Frontier Homestead that has original log cabins and 400 artifacts. Casey Jones Home & Railroad Museum tells the story of the famous engineer who saved his passengers by sacrificing his life. Enjoy the Old Country Store, which has a southern-style buffet, ice cream served in an 1800s replica ice cream parlor, fudge, and gifts. Explore Cherry Mansion in Savannah to take a peek at the historic Antebellum home that was General Ulysses S. Grant’s headquarters during the Civil War Battle of Shiloh. The Tennessee River Museum in Savannah highlights archaeology, Trail of Tears, the Civil War battles over the Tennessee River, and more than 200 fossils in the paleontology exhibit. In Memphis, bring the family to the National Civil Rights Museum, commemorating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the story of Civil Rights in America.; Dixon Gallery and Gardens, a collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist art and a botanical park; and Shelby Farms,

Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge

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Grand Ole Opry in Nashville

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where kids and adults can fish, boat, hike, bike, horseback ride, and visit bison on its 4,500 acres.

Museums

Memories can be made in the Appalachian and Great Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee. Kids and adults find the Birthplace of Country Music Museum as the story of the 1927 Bristol Sessions recordings are told. The museum explores the way sound technology shaped their successes and how they were the foundation for the rich musical heritage that can be traced in today’s music. Interactive displays, exhibits, images, and artifacts help bring the historic event to life. Hands-on learning is fun at the Hands On! Regional Museum in Gray. Kids can learn in a brand new all-ages science continued on page 2A ...

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center through fun, interactive programs and exhibits, including a musical Tesla coil, giant building blocks, and a maker studio where guests can engineer a rocket, create a masterpiece, and uncover something new. In Pigeon Forge, experience attractions like the Titanic Museum Pigeon Forge, which tells the story of the crew and passengers aboard the Titanic, and WonderWorks, where exhibits on science are featured in an interactive and fun way. Gatlinburg has the newly-opened Guinness World Records Adventure that highlights some of the famous world records in 20 interactive exhibits, games, and challenges. In Nashville, explore space, nature, and the human body at Adventure Science Center. Kids can explore, play, and discover Tennessee’s history and culture in a hands-on way at the Tennessee State Museum. Browse world-class paintings, sculptures, and tapestries at Frist Center for the Visual Arts. Cannonsburgh Village, a reconstructed pioneer village from 1830s to the 1930s,

can be found in Murfreesboro. Kids can learn about the Civil War through a comprehensive collection of Union and Confederate artifacts at the Lairdland Farm House and Civil War Museum. Discover the rich natural and musical history of Brownsville at the West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center and the Tina Turner Museum at Flagg Grove School, which honors the Queen of Rock n’ Roll in the one-room schoolhouse she attended. Enjoy seeing more than 25 iconic cars made famous in movies and TV shows at Rusty’s TV & Movie Car Museum in Jackson. And with tickets only $5, it’s an affordable way to entertain the whole family. Discovery Park of America in Union City offers entertainment in an educational setting with 50 acres and 70,000 square feet of exhibits ranging from nature, to technology, to science, a Human Slide, Earthquake Simulator, The Observation Tower, and more. The Pink Palace Museum in Memphis is one of the largest of its kind in the Southeast and has a replica of the first self-service grocery store, cultural and

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Endangered Malayan tiger, Bashir, at Zoo Knoxville’s Tiger Forest exhibit

natural history exhibits, dioramas, and audio-visual displays for a well-rounded, fun, and educational experience.

Talk to the Animals

The Tennessee Aquarium is the number one attraction in Chattanooga and in the top five for aquariums worldwide with 10,000 animals in two buildings: River Journey, which showcases fish and plants in local and regional rivers, and Ocean Journey, where exotic plants and animals from the earth’s regions are highlighted. Ripley’s Aquarium in the Smokies in Gatlinburg is one of the most popular attractions in the Smoky Mountain region and celebrated among the top aquariums in the country. More than 4,500 animals call Memphis Zoo home, including the newest Zambezi River Camp featuring hippos, Nile crocodiles, flamingos, okapi, fish, African birds, and more. The Nashville Zoo is in a multi-year expansion plan, which includes a new Entry Village that opened in 2016 and the spider monkey and white rhinoceros exhibits that opened in 2017. Exhibits to be open include a Peruvian-style lodge, which will house Peruvian creatures including pudus, viscachas, marmoset, Andean bears, and sloths, a Sumatran tiger exhibition, and the new animal health center to enhance the zoo’s veterinary capabilities. Zoo Knoxville is where more red pandas have been born than any other zoo in the world. It’s also the first zoo to see critically-endangered Northern spider tortoises hatch. Recently Zoo Knoxville has opened Tiger Forest, a new habitat for critically-endangered Malayan tigers and white-naped

cranes. Guests become fully immersed in the exotic Orient thanks to authentic structures and décor. Chattanooga is home to the Chattanooga Zoo, which underwent a South American Expansion, including multiple indoor and outdoor exhibits of monkeys and tamarins, South American birds, and a space of interactive elements for education, keeper chats, and more. The zoo’s African Expansion includes multiple exhibits of giraffes and lions, multiple view opportunities, animal feeding stations and encounters with guests, a special event plaza, and more. At Brights Zoo near Jonesborough, you can be a Keeper for a Day and hand out food to giraffes, bongos, and zebras. Bring your camera to capture birds, reptiles, mammals, and bugs at Rainforest Adventures Discovery Zoo in Sevierville. Pet and feed more than 80 species of animals at Tennessee Safari Park in Alamo. The drive-through zoo located on a century farm is known for its friendly, exotic animals, including giraffes, zebras, bison, primates, and tapirs. Life is never boring at Lucky Ladd Farms in Eagleville, home to the largest petting zoo attraction in Tennessee, with more than 100 friendly farm animals. Watch goats scale the Goat-A-Coaster. Brush, pet, and feed the animals in the barnyard. Take in the beauty of the majestic Great Smoky Mountains on horseback at the Smoky Mountain Deer Farm Exotic Petting Zoo in Sevierville. The farm’s riding stables offer pony rides for children and horseback riding for all ages. Hand-feed the animals and interact with kangaroos, camels, emu, and pot-bellied pigs. For more information, visit www. tnvacation.com.

CHEO Presents a Special Showing of the Docu-Series “Remedy:

Ancient Medicines for Modern Illness”Immunity and the Microbiome August 21 at 6:15 pm at the Lenoir City Welcome Center

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ur immune system is mostly in our gut, which connects with the brain and even influences our mood. Adaptogenic herbs are incredibly significant for immune health and offer us non-specific protection. Herbs like Astragulus and Medicinal Mushrooms can be very helpful. This episode will cover the “Hygiene Hypothesis” and our skin microbiome. We will learn how to feed the helpful colonies of our microbiome, what can damage our microbiome, and so much more. Hopefully you will have a gut feeling that you need to be there for this episode. Please arrive at 6:15 so we can begin promptly. A short discussion will follow, time permitting. CHEO programs are open to the public and free for members, with a $10 suggested minimum donation for all guests. CHEO is a non-profit organization supporting wholistic and integrative wellness. CHEO provides the community with many opportunities to discover pathways to well-being. For more information, call Diane Minch at 423-884-6031 or visit www.cheoknox.org. Directions to Loudon Visitors’ Bureau/Welcome Center, located at 1075 US-321 in Lenoir City: The Center is conveniently located and easy to find on Hwy 321 across from Shoney’s. Take exit 81 off of I-75. Make a left at the Visitor’s Bureau and park behind the building. Enter through lower level back door.


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August, 2019

Vol. 19 No. 8

elcome to the August, 2019 edition of East Tennessee’s Mountain Views. Our publication’s goal is to be the most comprehensive source of information for those that reside in the area as well as those who are looking to relocate to the area. Future articles will highlight the beautiful Smoky Mountain region - its scenery and points of interest as well as its history. We also will provide articles that will acclimate you to the area and give you information that will benefit you personally. We hope you enjoy our publication!

Publisher & Editor, Judy Irmen Sales & Marketing Director, Tom Irmen Serving residents and out-of-state property owners of Tellico Village, Kahite, Rarity Bay, Windriver, Rarity Meadows, Avalon Golf Community, ConKinnon, Miller’s Landing, Harbour Place, Tellico Harbor, Foothills Pointe, Thunder Pointe, Tennessee National, Willow Creek, Telliquah Preserve, The Cascades, The Meadows and Lakeview Farms. East Tennessee’s Mountain Views is published monthly. P.O. Box 432, Vonore, TN 37885 For advertising information contact East Tennessee’s Mountain Views, LLC at 865-856-6463 Monday-Friday from 9am to 5pm Website: www.etmv.com E-Mail: irmenjudy@everythingknoxville.com East Tennessee’s Mountain Views, LLC does not accept any responsibility or liability for the content of, promises made, or the quality/reliability of the products or services offered by third part advertisements contained in this publication. © 2001-2019 East Tennessee’s Mountain Views, LLC

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August Highlights

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From the Publisher

s we go into the last full month of the summer season, families have a final chance to take that vacation before school starts. The closer it comes to the first day back hitting the books, there is always the back-to-school shopping rush for supplies and clothing. And there is the excitement going into the new football season, plus the cooler days of fall. In this edition of East Tennessee’s Mountain Views, we have a focus on some seasonal bargains and services. Also, August has some great activities that you and your family can enjoy while the weather is still pleasant. There are number of festivals that will take place in the Knoxville area, as well as other entertainment that we have highlighted. So before the summer season passes, and if it’s back to school for you or your children, or if you wish to complete your home improvement projects before cold weather sets in, or if you’re looking to improve your appearance and your health, then our August edition has it all. Summer is too short, so take advantage of the season.

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Mudroom: Form and Function Work Together

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udroom. While some hate the label “mudroom,” it’s a good description of how we often use the space. It can be a messy catchall for daily items like shoes, coats, bags, and dog leashes. However, the mudroom has evolved into a highly functional family center. Since it’s in a common entryway that visitors see, homeowners want the mudroom to match the style of the house while functioning as a control center. So besides a place to sit as you put on your shoes, the mudroom can be designed to do so much more.

Include Hooks and Cubbies

Every member of the family needs their own coat hook and cubby space. Kids are more likely to hang their backpack and jackets on a hook, keeping them organized and saving valuable time on school mornings. Cubbies help everyone keep track of everyday items like a purse or cap.

Add Cabinets

A mudroom is part of your home, so dress up the look of the space by adding cabinet doors over the cubbies. Doors make a mudroom look more stylish rather than a catchall zone. And, let’s be honest, a cabinet door hides any cluttered shelves.

Put in a Hamper

With a hamper, clothes that are wet or muddy have a place to go. Otherwise those clothes end up dropped on the floor or left in a kid’s backpack. Nobody wants to discover a smelly, wet t-shirt days later in a backpack!

Create a Communications Station

Since the mudroom sees daily traffic, make it a place for family communications. Include a chalk or corkboard for reminders such as grocery items or baseball practice. Now the refrigerator won’t be covered with notes, invitations, and pictures. Also, include USB

ports to create a place to recharge cell phones, tablets, and other electronic equipment.

Install a Sink

A sink helps to cut down on the dirt. So if you have the space, install one to help keep everyone – and your house – clean.

Use the Garage

If you don’t have the space for a mudroom inside your house, use the garage! Placed just outside the door, a garage mudroom serves the same purpose and keeps a lot of the dirt out of the house. Want to create a mudroom for your house? Tailored Living of Knoxville will work with you to design, select materials that coordinate with the rest of your house, and install the space that best fits your family’s needs. You’ll love your new space and ask yourself, “Why didn’t we do this sooner?” Tailored Living featuring PremierGarage 865-947-8686 www.TailoredLivingKnoxville.com

CHEO Invites You to “Is EMF Technology Exposure Really a Big Deal?” with Tonya Nichols of Comprehensive Wellness

August 29 at 6:30 pm at Rarity Bay

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ure, EMFs have been around since the beginning of time; however, human-made technology, such as cell phones, electronics, smart meters, microwaves, and computers, has significantly increased our exposure to unnatural levels. » What are EMFs? » What about this new 5G technology? » What’s the good and bad about EMFs? » When should we be concerned? » What should we do to stay healthy? Tonya Nichols of Comprehensive Wellness will help us to become better equipped to keep our family healthy and safe in this fast-growing technology world. Door prizes with be drawn! CHEO programs are open to the public and free for members, with a $10 suggested minimum donation for all guests. CHEO is a non-profit organization supporting wholistic and integrative wellness. CHEO provides the community with many opportunities to discover pathways to well-being. For more information, call Diane Minch at 423-884-6031 or visit www.cheoknox.org. Directions to Rarity Bay: From I-75, exit #72, which is Hwy 72, towards and through Loudon for exactly 13 miles. Turn left into Rarity Bay. From Hwy 411, go west on Hwy 72 for 2.5 miles. Make a right turn at the Rarity Bay entrance. The Community Activity Center is the second building on the right.

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President Ulysses S. Grant Visits American Legion Post 256

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merican Legion Post 256 once again enjoyed another presentation of Ulysses S. Grant as portrayed by E.C. Fields, Jr., Ph.D. During past visits, Dr. Fields has portrayed Grant as the Civil War General, but for this visit, he gave an exceptional briefing of Grant during his presidency. After Ulysses S. Grant had led the Union Armies to victory in the American Civil War, he was elected as the 18th president of the United States in 1869. Dr. Fields laid out the many accomplishments of President Grant’s term in office. He had a strong focus on reconstruction with efforts to heal the nation after the Civil War. He supported pardons for former

Confederate leaders while also attempting to protect the civil rights of freed slaves. In 1870, he pushed the ratification of the 15th Amendment, which gave black men the right to vote. Grant signed legislation establishing the Department of Justice, the Weather Bureau (now known as the National Weather Service), and Yellowstone National Park, America’s first national park. He also tried, with limited success, to improve conditions for Native Americans, being the first to use the term “Native Americans.” Grant’s administration made strides in foreign policy by negotiating the 1871 Treaty of Washington. Dr. E.C. Fields’ ability to portray Ulysses S. Grant makes history both enjoyable and personable, because you feel like Grant himself is standing before you. For additional information about the American Legion, visit www.tellicolakepost256.org.

(From L to R) E.C. Fields, Jr., Ph.D., portraying President Ulysses S. Grant and Robert Haldi, Commander, American Legion Post 256. Photo by James Patterson.

Importance of the 2020 Census

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By Rob Preston, Athens Area Chamber of Commerce

recently had the privilege of hearing a presentation on the importance of the upcoming 2020 census. The census provides vital information for you and your community. It determines how many representatives each state gets in Congress and is used to redraw district boundaries. Redistricting counts are sent to the states by March 31, 2021. Communities rely on census statistics to plan for a variety of resident needs, including new roads, schools, and emergency services. Businesses use census data

VFW Post 12135 Fundraiser Golf Tournament

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ellico Village VFW Post 12135 will be holding a fundraising Golf Tournament on August 10 at the Tanasi Golf course. The event will be a fourperson scramble with a shotgun start at 9 am. Teams will be flighted and open to all golfers. Golfers can sign up at the Tanasi Pro Shop for the event as teams or individuals. Cost of the event is $65 per individual, plus cart/green fees, payable on the day of the event. Each golfer will receive a gift pack. A lunch will be served on completion of golf, along with the awarding of prizes. We need your support so we can continue to help the needy veterans in the county. Come and join us for golf and fellowship for a very worthy cause. For more information, contact Ed Frandle at 865-657-9350 or efrandle@bellsouth.net.

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to determine where to open places to shop. Each year the federal government distributes hundreds of billions of dollars to states and communities based on Census Bureau data. In 2020, new technology will be implemented to make it easier than ever to respond to the census. For the first time, you will be able to respond online, by phone, as well as by mail. Data will be used that the public has already

Rotary Club of Tellico Lake Elects New Officers/ Directors President Ron Randle honors Joan McIntee as a Charter member of the Rotary Club of Tellico Land.

(From L to R): Walt Marshall, Sgt. At Arms; Chris Thomas, Treasurer; David Foote, Vice President; John Cammack, President-Elect; Maggie Morrow, Past President; Ron Randle, President; Kathy Dickson, Director at Large; John Everson, Membership; Sue Everson, Youth Services and Family of Rotary; Joan McIntee, Honorary Board Member; and Scott Shannon, The Rotary Foundation. Not pictured: Harvey Phillips, Public Image; Dave Case, Secretary, Jim Wiese, Service Projects, Bob Milhiser, Administration; and Jo Brewster, Family of Rotary.

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President Ron Randle presents Past President award to Maggie Morrow.

American Legion Post 256 Meeting American Legion Post 256 extends an invitation to all veterans to join us at our meetings on the first Thursday of each month. Each meeting has an informative guest speaker and updates on community and veterans’ services projects. Join us in the Fellowship Hall at The First Baptist Church of Tellico Village. For directions and more information, visit www.TellicoLakePost256.org.

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Completion Late 2019

Construction on this Sunrise Ridge II with a 3-car side entrance garage at 116 Inola Place has began. This property is located in prestigious Tanasi Shores and will be completed in late 2019. Act now and select your colors and amenities. The sooner you act, the more selections you will be able to make.

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• 2,057 sq. ft. with Craftsman style front elevation. • A massive coffered ceiling throughout the main living area, a double tray ceiling in the master bedroom, and beamed ceilings in bedrooms #2 and #3 add a sophisticated feeling of elegant volume. • Fabulous walk-in marble/acrylic shower. • Beautiful hardwood floors throughout the entire living area. • Granite kitchen features wood cabinets and extra large pantry. • 10’x17’8” open grilling and sunning patio. • Large 10’x22’ screened patio. • Plus, much more!

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~ SALON BIZ 2019 ~

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ince my humble beginnings in the salon industry way back in 1995, a lot has changed, and no area of the business has advanced any more than skin care. The demand for better skin care was first brought about by the overwhelming desire to slow the effects of aging skin, and what once was available for only the Hollywood elite or the super rich is now widely available to all of us. The Village Salon proudly partners with Gallaher Plastic Surgery & Spa MD to provide our guests with the

most up-to-date skin care available. In an effort to maintain the overall health and appearance of our skin, regular maintenance is required. The types of products used on a daily basis, as well as the occasional treatments, can have a huge impact on how we feel about our appearance. Gina Brown, Aesthetician at Gallaher Plastic Surgery & Spa MD, can easily answer any daily skin care questions and can also provide a wide variety of maintenance

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procedures that can have your skin looking its absolute best. Facials, chemical peels, and laser resurfacing procedures are just a few treatments offered right here in our Brian K. Whitehead own backyard that could Managing Partner greatly help with your The Village Salon skin care needs. Nurse Injector, The Village Salon Veronica Garza, handles the 222 Village Square skin care portion that inin Tellico Village cludes injectable cosmetics. 865-458-9332 Injectables have become thevillagesalon@aol.com wildly popular and far more affordable in just the past 10 years. Botox, Jeuveau, Juvederm, and Voluma are just a few of the age-defying miracles Veronica has at her disposal to erase the effects of time. With this particular type of skin care, it is always important to consult with a qualified professional to determine the best course of action and treatment plan. Consultations are quick, easy, and painless, and you just might find that some of those areas you thought you had to just “deal with” are in fact areas that can become a memory. Should you find yourself longing to be happier with your skin, please consult your skin care professional and determine a treatment plan that will be right for you.

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nline registration for the third annual Cades Cove Loop Lope, the only footrace in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, is now open at www. LoopLope.org. Participation is limited to 750 total runners on the 5k or 10-mile courses. This year’s race takes place on Sunday, November 3. The Cades Cove Loop Lope is hosted by and benefits Friends of the Smokies, an official non-profit partner of the National Park Service and Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The non-profit organization raises money to support critical projects and programs in the park, including environmental education, historic preservation, wildlife management, and more.

“We are so excited to bring back the Loop Lope for another beautiful fall in the Smokies,” said Kathryn Hemphill, Special Projects Director at Friends of the Smokies. “This is the only race happening inside Great Smoky Mountains National Park, so you do not want to miss out. Nothing else will match the experience!” This year, in addition to the 5k and 10-mile courses along Cades Cove Loop Road, the event features a virtual race option for those who cannot visit the Smokies to participate in person. Virtual runners can sign up online, run at the time and place of their choosing, and still support Great Smoky Mountains National Park. All participants must register in advance, and space is

limited. To protect the natural and cultural resources of Cades Cove, there are a limited number of parking passes available for runners to purchase at the time of registration. Free parking in Townsend and shuttle buses will be available for all registered runners without a parking pass. Registration for both course lengths, the virtual race, interested volunteers, and more information can be found at www.LoopLope.org. Friends of the Smokies is an official non-profit partner of Great Smoky Mountains National Park and has raised $65 million to support critical park programs in North Carolina and Tennessee. Discover and donate at www. FriendsOfTheSmokies.org.

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Art Market Gallery Featured Artists for August Lynnda Tenpenny

Lynnda is an award-winning artist, a native East Tennessean, and a UT grad. She is a member of the Art Market Gallery and Foothills Craft Guild and has served on boards of both and as president of both. Lynnda has art in several regional collections, including Park West Hospital, UT Hospital, Women’s Contemporary Health, and others. “I love paint, papers, patterns, colors, and layers,” said Lynnda. “I love experimenting with various materials to combine these elements into something fun and interesting. The glimpses of things “hidden” under previous layers or partially visible letters and numbers let the viewer create their own story. We recently moved to a house (and new studio), where we see the most beautiful sunsets every evening. Apparently I never saw sunsets before! I’ve tried to incorporate the delicate colors and nuances of the clouds into my work. It’s a goal in progress, and as with all art, it’s evolving.”

devotion is clearly seen in her whimsical, humorous animal sculptures. She thoroughly enjoys the process of creating each and every piece and hopes they bring nearly as much happiness and joy to everyone who views them. A reception will be held on First Friday, August 2,

Mary Saylor

Mary has been fascinated by all sorts of artistic endeavors from her childhood and was raised by parents who themselves were creative individuals. Mary obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Ohio University with a minor in sculpture. Throughout the years, she has dabbled in various creative outlets, including drawing, quilting, painting, woodcarving and clay, but she recently has focused on paper mache sculptures. Mary has a profound love and appreciation of all animals, great and small, and this

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LAKEFRONT/MTN VIEWS 163 Chuniloti Way 4BD/4.1BA 5,728 sq ft $1,295,000

LAKEFRONT 408 Cayuga Drive 4BD/4.1BA 4,454 sq ft $1,250,000

NEW LISTING

LAKEFRONT TOWNHOME 249 Coyatee Shores 3BD/3BA 3,800 sq ft $639,000

SOLD

PENDING

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GOLF FRONT 114 Talah Way 4BD/3BA 3,288 sq ft $489,500

LAKEVIEW 403 Awohili Trace 3BD/2.1BA 3,266 sq ft $479,000

LAKE & MTN VIEW TOWNHOME 304 Chota Landing Trace 3BD/2BA 2,154 sq ft $410,000

BASEMENT RANCH 106 Santee Way 4BD/3BA 3,136 sq ft $329,000

LAKEFRONT LOT 110 Noya Lane Lot 6 Block 1 Mialaquo Point $279,000

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LAKEFRONT TOWNHOME 102 Caddo Lane 3BD/2.1BA 2,804 sq ft $629,900

CUSTOM BUILT 306 Konawa Place 4BD/2.1BA 3,640 sq ft $539,000

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GOLF FRONT 100 Tooweka Circle 3BD/3BA 3,210 sq ft $379,000

CUSTOM BUILT 252 Chatuga Way 3BD/3BA 3,345 sq ft $368,000

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PENDING

SOLD

Lake Front & Mtn Views – Tellico Village

Lakefront – Tellico Village

Lakefront – Tellico Village

Lake Front - Tellico Village

163 Chuniloti Way $1,295,000 – MLS# 1070364

408 Cayuga Drive $1,250,000 – MLS #1085046

130 Kiowa Way $899,000 – MLS #1085603

144 Noya Trace $859,000 – MLS #1074952

NEW PRICE

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Lake Front – Loudon County

Lake Front - Tellico Village

Lake Front – Tellico Village

1003 Meadow Breeze Drive $789,999 – MLS #1086162

2126 Cruze Road $760,000 – MLS #1056618

153 Cheeskogili Way $697,500 MLS #1062469

180 Oonoga Way $699,750 – MLS # 1059415

PENDING

Lake Front Townhome – Tellico Village 249 Coyatee Shores $639,000 – MLS #1080113

Lake Front Townhome – Tellico Village

Lake & Mtn Views – Tellico Village

Custom Built – Tellico Village

102 Caddo Lane $629,900 – MLS #1080121

320 Kiyuga Way $625,000 – MLS #1075323

626 Tanasi Lane $625,000 – MLS #1084278

PENDING

SOLD

SOLD

Lake Front - Tellico Village

Lake View - Tellico Village

Golf Front – Tellico Village

Custom Built – Tellico Village

120 Tigitsi Lane $625,000-MLS#1015494

108 Tanasi Drive $575,000 – MLS #1083659

222 Chickasaw Lane $579,000 – MLS #1073849

102 Eufaula Trace $569,000 – MLS #1080592

NEW PRICE

SOLD

Lake & Mtn Views – Tellico Village

New Construction – Tellico Village

Park Like Setting - Tellico Village

Custom Built – Tellico Village

107 Daleyuhski Way $538,900 – MLS #1073957

306 Konawa Place $539,000 – MLS #1088028

128 Depew Drive $529,900 – MLS #1078559

SOLD

PENDING

349 Golanvyi Trail $568,000 – MLS #1074977

SOLD

New Construction – Tellico Village

Lake View – Tellico Village

New Construction – Tellico Village

Beautiful Ranch - Tellico Village

270 Osprey Circle $517,000 – MLS #1076919

213 Chickasaw Lane $512,000 – MLS #1078197

117 Seminole Lane $509,900 – MLS #1053255

103 Waynoka Lane $489,900 – MLS #1082920

SOLD

SOLD

PENDING

SOLD

Custom Golf Front – Tellico Village

Golf Front – Tennessee National

Lake View – Tellico Village

Lake & Golf Views – Tellico Village

114 Talah Way $489,500 – MLS #1078660

945 Ironwood Lane $479,900 – MLS#1059086

403 Awohili Trace $479,000 – MLS #1076691

108 Tooweka Circle $459,900 MLS #1077853


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SOLD

Custom Built – Tellico Village

3-Car Garage – Tellico Village

128 Tommotley Drive $455,900 – MLS #1074978

232 Chickasaw Lane $449,000 – MLS #1086595

SOLD

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PENDING

PENDING

Townhome W/Lake & Mtn Views – Tellico Village

New Construction – Tellico Village

304 Chota Landing Trace $410,000 – MLS #1082365

200 Ottawa Place $402,500 – MLS #1068340

PENDING

SOLD

New Construction – Tellico Village

Golf Front – Tellico Village

Country Setting – Tellico Village

Golf Front – Tellico Village

100 Okema Place $399,900 –MLS #1063819

100 Tooweka Circle $379,000 – MLS #1083460

278 Coyatee Drive N $378,000 – MLS #1070340

209 Oligi Circle $375,000 – MLS #1076964

PENDING

SOLD

PENDING

PENDING

One Level – Tellico Village

Custom Built – Tellico Village

Custom Built – Tellico Village

Custom Built – Tellico Village

513 Tanasi Circle $369,000 – MLS #1085833

252 Chatuga Way $368,000 – MLS #1076521

311 Saligugi Lane $352,900 – MLS #1084671

108 Hanani Trail $350,000 MLS #1079240

PENDING

PENDING

NEW PRICE

Split Bedroom Plan – Tellico Village

Seasonal Mtn View – Tellico Village

Ranch Style Townhome – Tellico Village

Basement Ranch – Tellico Village

242 Tommotley Drive $350,000 MLS #1082594

173 Tommotley Drive $349,900 – ML S#1074528

227 Tanasi Lagoon Drive $349,000 – MLS #1083319

106 Santee Way $329,000 – MLS#1045289

NEW PRICE

SOLD

SOLD

NEW PRICE

All Brick Home – Tellico Village

New Construction – Tellico Village

New Construction – Tellico Village

Patio Home – Tellico Village

105 Agowa Place $312,000 – MLS #1087404

126 Pocola Way $324,900 – MLS #1063356

129 Konawa Way $318,500 – MLS #1061599

201 Toqua Greens Lane $289,900 – MLS #1081076

PENDING

PENDING

PENDING

SOLD

Lake View – Tellico Village

Charming Updated Home – Tellico Village

One Level – Tellico Village

Charming Ranch – Tellico Village

127 Kiowa Way $299,900 – MLS #1085608

309 Cheestana Way $284,500 – MLS #1086802

522 Tanasi Circle $283,900 – MLS #1076213

105 Seminole Lane $265,900 – MLS #1079293

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

PENDING

Open Floor Plan – Tellico Village

All Brick Ranch – Tellico Village

Townhome – Tellico Village

Ranch Style Home – Loudon County

104 Osage Lane $259,900 - MLS #1079267

115 Oligi Lane $249,000 – MLS #1083342

201 Chota Hills Lane $229,000 – MLS #1076456

410 River Bend Drive $162,500 – MLS #1086791

Lakefront – Tellico Village

Lake View – Tellico Village

Lake Access – Tellico Village

Lake View – Loudon County

Lot 11 Blk 1 Kahite $225,000 – MLS #1085567

Lot 12 Blk 5 Coyatee Shores $149,000 – MLS #1086095

Lot 18 Blk 15 Tanasi Shores $149,000 – MLS #1073010

Lot 42 Watts Bar Estates $35,000 – MLS #1085733


MCFA Pets of the Week

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ene is an Anatolian Shepherd Mix, probably about six years old and about 60 pounds. He was picked up as a stray in Tellico Plains but probably belonged to someone, as he is friendly and does not mind walking on a leash. Gene is not accustomed to being kenneled all day and wants to be around people. This is a big friendly mellow dog who would make a super companion for any family. He is easy going and does well with other dogs that he has met. By the time this is published, he will have gone to the groomer for his “summer cut,” which will make him look like a big puppy. If you are interested in making a difference in an animal’s life, please consider him so he can be your family’s new best friend! Gene is a good example of the type of pet found at shelters across the country. Many of them are housetrained and obey basic commands. They were once someone’s pet. They are looking for a new family to love. Please look at shelter animals or rescue groups before you go to a breeder or pet store. Another alternative is to foster a pet. Please consider offering a foster home to help the pets at Second Chance Pals (SCP), a program of Monroe County Friends of Animals. These foster homes help older and/or sick pets that need more assistance than the usual homeless pet. They often cannot be treated until they have a foster home commitment, where they can safely stay until their recovery needs are met. Veterinary care and expenses are provided for their treatments, and they are closely monitored. It’s Orange Week! Zepplin, Miss Kitty, and Buddy are just waiting for your lap to cheer on the Vols! Did you know that 80% of orange cats are male? And Miss Kitty is our 20 percenter! Miss Kitty is a tiny girl who has raised her kittens and seen them off to their new home. Now it’s her turn! She is very sweet and gentle and loves to be held and petted. Miss Kitty is about 18-24 months old, her bag is packed, and she’s waiting for you to come and get her. Zepplin is about two years old and a great people

Smoky Mountain Service Dogs Specialty License Plate

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here’s a new way to support Smoky Mountain Service Dogs and let fellow motorists know you’re doing so! Smoky Mountain Service Dogs is pre-selling custom license plates to Tennessee residents with registered vehicles. The plate costs $35, but $15.37 of the cost benefits the organization directly. The state requires a minimum of 1,000 pre-orders to start production of the new plate. After all orders are received, it will take four to six months for plates to arrive at local county clerk offices. Pre-order forms and additional information can be found at www. specialtyplate@smokymountainservicedogs. org or by visiting our Facebook page.

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cat. Some of the volunteers feel that he would make a GREAT indoor only, therapy-comfort cat for his new owner. Zepplin is a very dominant (NOT aggressive) cat and would prefer to spend time with only humans, as he doesn’t want to share with other cats or dogs. He is a cat that wants interactive time with his human who is home a lot and loves to play. He is not a couch potato cat AND he qualifies as a Pets For Patriots (PFP) cat! He is available for regular adoption also. There is no adoption fee for qualified veterans for your new best friend! Plus a minimum 10% discount at PFP Veterinarians. Buddy is a baby… he’s only about 9-10 months old, and he is called a “cream or buff” color… a diluted orange boy. He is very social, loves to play, and is a normal, active kitten who loves petting and chin scratches. Is your lap all prepped for him? With proper, slow introductions, Buddy should get along with other cats and dogs. Marilyn is NOT special needs, but she sure is SPECIAL! A favorite of the shelter staff and volunteers! She has a very sweet, playful purrsonality, in addition to being a cuddle cat who loves to be held close. She reaches out to pet all visitors! Marilyn is a DSH gray and white. She has

tested positive for FIV as a three month old kitten, but she should be re-tested in three to four months, as results CAN be different with kittens based on vaccinations and other factors! In any event, she can live a very long, happy healthy life in the right home. She must be an indoor ONLY cat, and she needs to go to a home where any other cats are already altered. FIV positive cats can live with negative cats as long as long as all are fixed. Grace is a bit of a quiet cat – at least in the shelter. We have seen many quiet cats turn into lap cats once they are in a home environment again. She is a dainty, white and brown Tabby, approximately one year old. She is hesitant with new people at first but comes around quickly. Grace welcomes attention and likes to be petted and get chin scratches! She would blossom in a quiet home with a somewhat predictable schedule. India is DSH gray/white (and her sister Asia is a DLH gray/white). Both were brought in with their litters of kittens. Both were underweight (common with nursing momcats – it takes a lot of calories to feed those babies) and scraggly but are filling out nicely. (Asia will be available soon, she needs to gain some more weight.) India is very talkative, social, and sweet and enjoys petting and scratches. She has gorgeous markings. She would need to warm up a bit before being picked up and held. Adopt India now and Asia in a few weeks… builtin best friends and sisters! PLEASE! PLEASE! PLEASE! We need foster homes for cats and kittens! It takes ALL of us to save and rescue them. Many kittens just need socialization… nothing is more fun than playing and holding kittens! Then they come back to the shelter to be adopted, because YOU made the difference! All animals adopted are spayed or neutered, wormed, have age appropriate vaccinations and testing, and are microchipped with registration. Cats are litter box trained. The adoption fees are $50 over one year old and $60 under one year old. The Monroe County Animal Shelter is located at 170 Kefauver Lane in Madisonville (behind Walmart) and is open Tuesday through Friday from 11 am to 4:30 pm and Saturdays from 11 am to 2 pm. The shelter is closed to the public on Sunday and Monday. For more information, call 423-442-1015, and check out all available pets on our website at www.monroecountyfriendsofanimals.org. The MCFA Thrift Store is run by volunteers of The Monroe County Animal Friends of Animals (MCFA). It’s located at 3949 Highway 411 in Madisonville (across from Kentucky Fried Chicken). If you haven’t been there for a while, you might be missing out on some tremendous bargains. Like us on Facebook for up-to-date sale information.


Restyle Your Fur Event August 23rd & 24th from 10 am to 5:30 pm

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o you have a sentimental fur stole, jacket, or coat hanging in your closet not being worn? Let Restyle Your Fur perform an unforgettable “trans-fur-mation” by having expert furriers: » Convert it into a fabulous vest or 2-in-1 jacket with removable sleeves » Make a cuddly teddy bear, pillow, or throw » Enlarge, downsize, or repair your garment » Create a lightweight reversible fur/silk raincoat » Shear it to update the look Fur is one of the few materials that can be stripped apart and entirely restyled. Beyond alterations, it can be sheared to a short plush, updated to a different style, or, most commonly, added as fur collars, cuffs, or lining for raincoats and everyday coats to add luxury and style. At our Restyle Your Fur event, we will first assess the condition of the fur of your coat and then discuss updating and restyling options for you. Restyle Your Fur is proud to make perfect fur alterations, always with on-time delivery. If you were lucky enough to receive a fur coat from past generations, it may require a restyle to keep up with today’s fashion trends. Updating your furs will give you a new piece you can comfortably wear and even pass down to younger generations. Restyle Your Furs is an independent business that

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11th Annual Fall Gardeners’ Festival is Tuesday, August 27

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Full Day of Science-Driven Information for Gardeners

ydrangeas, tomatoes, turf varieties, and more are the focus of the 11th Annual Fall Gardeners’ Festival in Crossville. For plateau and central Tennessee gardeners, this event is a must. Hosted by the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, the festival will be held at the Plateau AgResearch and Education Center and include talks from UT researchers and faculty. Education sessions will feature topics like best plants for the Plateau, cool-season color, and choosing the right ornamental tree for a location. Sessions focused on growing food items will be presented as well, including talks on tomatoes, home fruit growing, and results of the Tennessee Home Garden Variety Trails. In additional to educational workshops, the festival will also include wagon tours of the Plateau AgResearch and Education Center and an exhibit area with garden vendors. An Ask-the-Expert table will also be available

for any plant or pest identification or general garden problem-solving needs. This event is free and open to the public. Registration will begin at 8 am CDT with presentations from 9 am to 3 pm. Food items will be available for purchase throughout the day. The Plateau AgResearch and Education Center is located off of Highway 70N at 320 Experiment Station Road in Crossville. A map to the facility and complete directions are available online at www.plateau.tennessee.edu. The center is one of 10 outdoor laboratories located throughout the state as part of the UT AgResearch system. Through its mission of research, teaching and extension, the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture touches lives and provides real life solutions. For more information, visit www.ag.tennessee. edu.

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Tellico Players Comedy, The Glitter Girls, Opens August 8

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Tellico Community Players

304 Lakeside Plaza, Loudon, TN 37774 www.TellicoCommunityPlayhouse.org

2020 TCP Performance Schedule

The Tin Woman (February 13-15, 20-23) A Red Plaid Shirt (April 16-18, 23-26) Suite Surrender (June 18-20, 25-28)

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Front row (from left): Freddie Jacob, Pat Ezell, and Ku Adams Back row: Judie Douglas, Jodi Moody, Mary Gene Brancik, and Donna Devenuti

he Tellico Community Players presents The Glitter Girls at the Tellico Community Playhouse, located at 304 Lakeside Plaza in Loudon. Directed by Len Willis, this (mostly) female southern comedy will run Thursday through Saturday, August 8-10, and Thursday through Sunday, August 15-18. All shows begin at 7:30 pm except for the matinee on Sunday, August 18, which begins at 1:30 pm. The play revolves around an ad hoc meeting of a North Georgia women’s social club called “The Glitter Girls,” convened by its richest member – one Trudy Tromaine – who is supposedly at death’s door and wishing to bequeath some of her millions to one lucky “Sister of the Gleam and Sparkle.” The hitch is that it’s the members themselves who must decide to whom to award the small

fortune (with hopes that the Glitter Girl they select, will see it in her heart to share the money with the rest of her “sisters”). The play can be described as Steel Magnolias meets Survivor, with a big dose of quirky Mark Dunn humor thrown in for good measure. The cast features seven women and three men: Hugh Aukerman as Arpege Lacroix, Freddie Jacob as Trudy Tromaine, Jodi Moody as Patty Wesley, Brad Williams as Charley Seaburn, Judie Douglas as Valerie Fairhope, Pat Ezell as Flossie Price, Mary Gene Brancik as Mayvonne Rausch, Ku Adams as Mamie Ewing, Donna Devenuti as Corinne Culvert, and Mark Brashares as Dowd Foster. Reserved seats cost $21 and are on sale at www. TellicoCommunityPlayhouse.org.

Fun with Farragut’s Fleet

Undercover Christmas (December 3-5, 10-13) Season tickets will be available for the 2020 season on our website (tellicocommunityplayhouse.org) in December.

GOD’S WORK – OUR HANDS Shepherd of the Lake Lutheran ChurCh ... SHARING GOD’S LOVE WITH THE WORLD

August 17 • 9-11 AM Mayor Bob Leonard Park

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opportunity to see, touch, and climb on trucks and equipment used by the Town of Farragut and local emergency and rescue organizations on Saturday, August 17, at Mayor Bob Leonard Park, located at 301 Watt Road in Farragut. I.D. kits and snacks will be provided. For more information, contact Brittany Spencer, Special Event and Program Coordinator, at 865-2183378 or bspencer@townoffarragut.org.

Worship with Holy Communion Sundays at 9 am 143 Chota Center, Loudon, TN

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Charlie Barnard, Pastor Sunday 8:50 a.m. - Early Worship / Bible Study 10:15 a.m. - Late Worship / Bible Study Wednesday 5:30 p.m. - Fellowship Meal 6:15 p.m. - Prayer Meeting and Bible Study 7:00 p.m. - Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal 205 Chota Road • Loudon, TN 37774 (865) 408-0110 • www.fbctellicovillage.org


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Move-in ready! Peaceful country setting. Fenced-in yard with room to move! Low Lenoir City, TN 37771 low taxes. This home has it all! Paved driveway and 3 storage buildings located $219,900 MLS #1086223 in the back of property. Split bedrooms floor plan with bonus room on permanent foundation. Owner added covered carport, gutter guards, new carpet, and has fresh paint throughout! Washer and dryer can convey, storage in front yard does One level living in this 2,400 square foot ranch! Great location, level lot, and screened-in porch! not convey but all 3 storage sheds in backyard do convey.

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109 Red Grouse Drive Lenoir City, TN 37772 $599,900 MLS #1086525

1975 Grey Ridge Road Maryville, TN 37801 $472,900 MLS #1085895

WATERFRONT HOME ON A GREAT COVE IN TELLICO VILLAGE. Private dock with boat lift, cathedral ceiling in main room overlooking the deck and lake. 4 bed & 4 full baths, master on main, the other main floor bedroom is currently being used as office. Washer/dryer on main floor. The view and location is awesome! Screen porch, grill deck, lower level has wet bar, room for pool table & lounge area, plus a huge Florida room off lower level w/ separate heat & air. Workshop area w/ outside door. 2 fireplaces both have propane – 1 has gas logs and 1 has gas starter for wood burning in lower level. This location has million dollar homes. 1 owner. Home needs updating and is priced accordingly.

IMMACULATE GOLF FRONT/LAKE VIEW HOME located on the 9th hole of the Tanasi Golf Course with a lake view. No yard work, enlarged deck, newer Taylor made awning w/ remote, deck fans, central vacuum system, water filter system, propane fireplace and gas grill connection, security system, newer hot water heater, soft close cabinets both 1st floor bathrooms, 3 tube lights, 42’’ maple cabinets in kitchen w/ matching refrigerator, beverage center, trash compactor, 4 bedrooms plus a media room, built-in bookcases, walkin attic for storage, 2 Phantom screens front/rear doors. Views and location are awesome in Tellico Village. Washer & dryer do not convey but are negotiable.

STUNNING BRICK 5 BEDROOM, 3 BATH HOME located in the prestigious lakefront community of Conkinnon Pointe! This home has been meticulously cared for both inside & out and is loaded with beautiful upgrades. The gorgeous entryway leads into the open concept living room, kitchen, dining area & sunroom perfect for entertaining guests! It flows right outdoors onto the relaxing oversized back patio. Gourmet kitchen is equipped with high end SS appliances, granite & tons of cabinet & counterspace. Master on the main features a newly remodeled ensuite bath. Upstairs leads to the spacious 2nd floor w/ 3 additional bedrooms, bonus room (bedroom) & 2 full baths. Plantation style front porch, oversized garage, exquisite landscaping, outdoor firepit area, community boat dock... the list goes on!

LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION! Rare opportunity to own over 10+ flat acres in Blount County 1 mile off Hwy 321... PLUS home, 12 stall barn, 1,000 sq ft building, and tow more outbuildings! 2,500 sq ft home is move-in ready with 3 bedrooms and 1 bath on the main level, plus basement has 2 separate rooms, one with a closet and one without, along with a laundry room, family room with fireplace, additional living area, full bath and storage closet. Note: This listing consists of two joining parcels: 045152.00 & 045155.01. Seller will not divide.

1240 Avery Circle Lenoir City, TN 37772 $209,900 MLS #1088606

122 Boring Street Madisonville, TN 37354 $259,000 MLS #1077757

201 Amohi Way Loudon, TN 37774 $379,000 MLS #1087428

102 Willow Bend Drive Loudon, TN 37774 $129,900 MLS #1085734

GREAT ALL BRICK HOME! This cozy home features hardwood in the living, dining and kitchen area, gas fireplace, lots of cabinets and counter space, shows as 3 nice sized bedrooms, rec room, large laundry room, 1 car attached garage. Large deck and patio to the rear overlooks large fenced yard and offers privacy. This is in an excellent location near the back of the subdivision and is move-in ready. Minutes to W. Knox.

9,000+ SQ FT BUILDING SITTING ON PRIME ACRE PROPERTY FACING HWY 411. Currently used as a used appliance store, and improvements have been made! This was originally used for a bus depot and garage. You can park large buses or RVs inside the building or even build tiny homes indoors! This building could be used for many things, large truck repair, car lot, repair shop, offices, manufacturing, warehousing, also has great parking.

IF YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR A PIECE OF LAKEFRONT PROPERTY TO BUILD YOUR DREAM HOUSE ON, you seriously need to look at this one. Located in the peaceful Toqua Coves, tall trees, huge lot (.77 of a acre), with 220 feet of lake frontage and deep water all the time.

THIS 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, 1 1/2 STORY HOME HAS SOME AWESOME FEATURES that include new flooring throughout (lifetime vinyl plank & carpet in bedrooms), new windows, new lighting and ceiling fans, a large master suite on the main level, spacious family room with lots of natural light, 2nd floor bedroom with its own bath, office/bonus room, deck on back with beautiful farm views, and additional storage room. Located close to historic downtown Loudon with a maintenance-free 3/4 brick exterior. This home qualifies for several 100% financing options.

THANK YOU TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS AND CLIENTS!

Smoky Mountain Realty ranked #1 for the total number of transactions among other Loudon County Real Estate offices in 2018. Smoky Mountain Realty ended the year with 240 transactions. These statistics were provided by the Knoxville Multiple Listing Service for dates of 1/1/2018-12/31/2018.


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ENTERTAINMENT

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Boz Scaggs Performs at the Tennessee Theater September 5

t’s appropriate that Boz Scaggs’ latest album is Out of the Blues (July 2018), since the blues is what first sparked his five-decade musical career. Born William Royce Scaggs in Canton, Ohio, on June 8, 1944, he grew up in Oklahoma and Texas, where he spent his teenage years immersed in the blues, R&B, and early rock ‘n’ roll. While attending school in Dallas, he played in local combos. After several years as a journeyman musician around Madison, WI, and Austin, TX, Scaggs spent time traveling in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, eventually settling in Stockholm, where he recorded the album Boz. Returning to the U.S. in 1967, Scaggs joined the Steve Miller Band in San Francisco, performing on that group’s albums Children of the Future and Sailor before launching his solo career with 1968’s seminal Boz Scaggs LP, recorded in Muscle Shoals, AL, for Atlantic Records. Scaggs continued to mine a personalized mix of rock, blues, and R&B influences, along with a signature style of ballads on such influential ‘70s albums as Moments, Boz Scaggs & Band, My Time, Slow Dancer, and 1976’s Silk Degrees. The latter release became a massive commercial breakthrough, reaching number two and remaining on the album charts for 115 weeks. It spawned three Top 40 hit singles: “It’s Over,” “Lido Shuffle,” and the Grammywinning “Lowdown.” Subsequently, “We’re All Alone,” from that same album, would become a number one single for Rita Coolidge. Silk Degrees was followed by the albums Down Two Then Left and Middle Man and such hit singles as “Breakdown Dead Ahead,” “Jo Jo,” and “Look What You’ve Done to Me.” Despite his ‘70s successes, Scaggs spent much of the 1980s out of the music-biz spotlight, traveling, opening a family business, fathering young children, and founding the San Francisco nightclub Slim’s, He returned to the studio after an eight year hiatus and released Other Roads, Some Change, Dig, the Grammy-nominated Come on Home, the unplugged Fade Into Light, the in-concert retrospective Greatest Hits Live, as well as a stint touring with Donald Fagen’s New York Rock & Soul Review – all while continuing to maintain a loyal audience in the U.S. and overseas, particularly in Japan. A pair of albums of jazz standards, But Beautiful and Speak Low, the latter topping the Billboard Jazz chart, demonstrated Scaggs’

stylistic mastery, as did the Southern-flavored Memphis and the rhythm & bluesy A Fool to Care. “Music has been a constant companion and I’m feeling more free with it than ever,” said Scaggs. “I feel like I’ve found my voice through all these years, and I’ve gotten

4th of July at Rarity Bay

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Dollywood’s Rock the Smokies For King & Country, Zach Williams Headline August 24th Event

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amilies and church groups looking for an inspirational way to put an exclamation point at the end of summer should circle August 24th on their calendars. Dollywood’s Rock the Smokies returns with headline performances in DP’s Celebrity Theater by For King & Country (“Fix My Eyes”) and Zach Williams (“Chain Breaker”). One headlining show time already has sold out (1 pm) while a second (7 pm) has very few seats remaining, leading park staff to add a 4 pm show. The Smokies will rock with the hit music of several of contemporary Christian music’s biggest names during this extremely popular annual event. Tauren Wells, Micah Tyler, and Jordan Feliz are set to perform on additional stages throughout the park. All performances outside of DP’s Celebrity Theater are free with park admission. Mr. Talkbox, a four-time Grammy winner, and Egypt Speaks, a dynamic author and spoken word artist, serve as emcees for the headline performances at Celebrity Theater. Meet and greet opportunities with Rock the Smokies artists are available for anyone who visits the Rock the Smokies website and follows the link to sponsor a child through Compassion International. Special Dollywood season passholder pricing also is available on the event website. By combining all the adventure of a day at the theme park with great music, Dollywood has crafted a unique event packed with fun for all ages. A ticket purchase includes admission to Dollywood; discounts are available for groups, season passholders, and guests who order tickets early. Packages are available that include VIP seating, t-shirts, pictures with the artists, and much more! For more information about the event, visit www.rockthesmokies.com. To learn more about multi-day ticket options or season passes, call 1-800-Dollywood or visit www. Dollywood.com.

closer to where I want to be with my approach.” Scaggs will be performing at the Tennessee Theatre on September 5 at 7:30 pm. Tickets range from $45 to $95. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www. tennesseetheatre.com.

he 4th of July Celebration is a long-standing tradition for the residents of Rarity Bay. The Rarity Bay Yacht Club (RBYC) began the tradition in the early 2000s. Joining together in 2016, the Rarity Bay Country Club (RBCC), Rarity Bay Women’s Club (RBWC), and RBYC held the first annual community-wide 4th of July Celebration at RBCC. Together these clubs host Rarity Bay’s largest and best event of the year! Every year, as the community continues to grow, the event becomes more popular, reaching close to 650 friends and family this year. Residents enjoyed a traditional cookout-style buffet, popcorn, snow cones, and Mayfield’s ice cream. Other event highlights included the national anthem presented by Karey Daniel, a patriotic themed parade, live entertainment from the band GRITS, and the RBWC Carnival with more than 20 games/activities for kids of all ages. The celebration concluded with lighting up the sky with a grand firework spectacular. We would like to give a special thanks to Premier Resort Management, the Ayres Family, and Dixie Lee Fireworks for helping make this event a success. There’s no bond stronger than a community coming together to celebrate America’s freedom. The overwhelming feedback from residents of the community assures us that Rarity Bay is the best place to be. “It was our first 4th of July celebration at Rarity Bay since buying our property six years ago. The festivities were above our expectations. Glad to be in our heaven on earth!” – Scott Clark, Rarity Bay resident “Thanks to all involved in making this event such a success enjoyed by us, our family visiting, and all the wonderful residents and their families here at Rarity Bay.” - Marilyn Hudoba, Rarity Bay resident


Gordon Lightfoot

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magine being an artist whose career is about to span seven decades (yes, seven). Imagine writing songs that are immediately recognizable by every generation who listens to music today. Imagine writing songs that have been recorded by the likes of Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, Barbara Streisand, Johnny Cash, Eric Clapton,

Randy Patterson, Boomerocity.com Olivia Newton-John, John Mellencamp, Harry Belafonte, and countless others. The artist who personifies that and so much more is none other than Gordon Lightfoot. My earliest remembrances of the Canadian artist (and national treasure, in the opinion of The Band’s Robbie Robertson) are of hearing “If You Could Read My Mind” on the Phoenix radio stations when I was a radio listening 11 year old. I became an instant fan. That following was further solidified when I watched Elvis Presley cover “Early Morning Rain” on his historic “Aloha from Hawaii” televised concert. When I heard that the Canadian legend was going to be performing at Chattanooga’s Tivoli Theatre, I had to reach out for an interview and was thrilled that it was granted. I reached Gordon at his home in Toronto. After making small talk, I asked him how he felt about still performing and having performed for more than six decades. “Well, I think I better be prepared!” he said. “I think I had better be prepared and stay prepared. I have a group of people working with me, and they’re all prepared. We’re ready to go. We go on tour seven times a year. Each time we do about 10 or 11 shows. So if you add up the year, we’ve done about 80 shows, and we play all across North America!” Word has been circulating about a possible new album of new material by Gordon, so I asked him about it. “The record is from some newly discovered material that I had forgotten I owned. Honestly. At that point, I really didn’t have enough for another album, but when I found this stuff accidentally by

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one day while cleaning my office, it became apparent that I had enough material available. It was interesting, too, because it was done just before I had a serious illness. I was at full strength. I was playing really strong on my guitar. My vocals were really at a peak at that point. It was about the year 2000. The stuff was written over a three year period there. I dug it out, and it was so good that I kept it all. I was able to work on it and do some orchestrating. That stuff sounds great! That’s going to be my 21st album. All original material.” Since Elvis had a song or two of his, I asked Gordon what his thoughts were of the King. “He covered my song Early Morning Rain better than anybody, and I tell ya, a lot of people recorded that song. I like George Hamilton IV doing it best of all. But Elvis? Yes, I almost jumped out of my car when I heard it on my car radio, because that was the first time I knew that he even did the song, when I heard it one day on my car radio when I was driving down the highway. I didn’t even know about it. All of a sudden, there it was, and I said, ‘Oh my goodness! He’s done it!’ I remember buying a guitar when I was 14 when I first started hearing Elvis Presley, and there he was. I almost jumped out of my car, but I was doing about 75 miles per hour at the time. Ha! Ha!” And why does he still do it? “I’m over 80. You’re not supposed to still be doing this when you’re over 80, so they say; still out there playing music. They tell me some people still play until they’re 90. A prime example is Willie Nelson. Tony Bennett. They’re still playing their music. They’re not getting any younger. I really love the work. I feel confident, and I like my material. I stay ready to perform. I stay prepared. You’ve always got to be in a state of readiness to go out seven times a year.” We all hope that Gordon Lightfoot is around and performing for many more years to come. That said, I asked him a question that I’ve asked many of his peers: How do you want to be remembered, and what do you hope your legacy is? His answer was short, sweet, and to the point. “My answer is always so simple, it’s so stupid: That I took care of business! Yeah!” My chat with Gordon Lightfoot can be read in its entirety at www.boomerocity.com.

Randy’s first interview was at the tender age of 13 with none other than Col. Tom Parker. Thirty-six years later he founded the webzine, Boomerocity.com, and has conducted close to 200 interviews with some of the most interesting people in music.

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Enjoy a Summertime of Out-of-Door Family Fun

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et your course for a summertime of family fun with the professionals at Undercover Systems, and get ready to celebrate unlimited out-of-door events that the entire family can enjoy all year-round, rain or shine.

Summer is the perfect time to install the totally unique underdeck ceiling system from Undercover Systems under your home’s existing raised decks. This underdeck system will ensure that all of your family events will be protected from unexpected and unwanted rain, the searing summertime sun, and the snow and sleet of winter. “Now is a great time to weatherproof all of your out-of-door events,” said Jim Conn, owner of Undercover Systems. “Throughout the entire process, our skilled craftsmen work with you, each step of the way, until your project is completed to your satisfaction.” While Undercover Systems’ patented underdecking system allows you to extend your outdoor season of enjoyment by protecting your family from August’s relentless sun, autumn rains, and winter snow, sleet, and ice, you’ll also appreciate their attention to detail, which comes from their years of experience, as they help you to craft a seamless transition from your home’s interior to your new out-of-door living spaces, designed to perfectly complement your home’s existing architecture and landscaping. Using only proprietary components, and not those generic, one-size-fits-all, off the shelf components from the big box stores used by the competition, your underdeck system will have that “custom” finish you’re looking for. A complaint-free member of the Better Business Bureau, Undercover Systems offers homeowners the peace of mind that they deserve in a building contractor. Why not surprise your family today with a special out-of-doors gift that the entire family can enjoy all year long and start creating a lifetime of family memories? Call Jim Conn at 423-267-0091 today, and start celebrating a summertime of family fun. Undercover Systems 423-267-0091 www.UndercoverSystems.com

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s the summer heat continues through August, Fall Invaders – such as ladybugs, kudzu bugs, box elder bugs, and stink bugs – are building up large populations in and around your house. When the weather cools, they will try to get inside your home to hibernate. In the meantime, all the Warm Weather Pests are still out in full force – mosquitoes, ants, bees, ticks, fleas, roaches, and yellow jackets. Bedbug populations peak in the warmer months, so be on the lookout for them especially when you travel or buy any used furniture. Once bedbugs get inside your home, they can reproduce quickly and cause a heavy infestation. The best pest management approach is to have Dayton’s professionals protect your home year-round with quarterly perimeter pest control! It’s convenient, affordable, and effective in controlling bugs so you won’t end up with a bigger problem. Fall Invaders require a special treatment protocol, so it’s best to get your home treated NOW – prior to their arrival – so they won’t spend the fall and winter inside your home. And yes, mosquitoes are still out biting and carrying diseases like the West Nile or Zika virus! Dayton’s can get rid of all your pests, guaranteed! Dayton’s Pest Control

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t Salon Anew, which enjoys a well-earned reputation for the latest looks in hairstyles, in addition to their popular nail and skin care services, you’ll discover Vickie’s Secret Boutique and the latest fashions and trends from top California designer lines at savings you may find hard to believe. You’ll also find the latest in designer-inspired jewelry and accessories ranging in price from $10 to $25. Vickie’s Secret Boutique also features women’s shoes to complete your new ensemble. But what you will really appreciate are the prices on most apparel and shoes featured at Vickie’s, which range from $20 to $40. If your wardrobe could use a bit of an update, do what other fashion conscientious women do and shop Vickie’s Secret Boutique inside Salon Anew. And while you’re at it, why not make an appointment for your hair, nails, and skin care at the same time? Don’t forget to take advantage of their special summer sale going on now on select merchandise throughout Vickie’s Secret Boutique. Vickie’s Secret Boutique 101 Cheeyo Way Loudon, TN 37774 865-458-3960

Rediscover Southern Cuisine Upstairs at the Mansion

485 Quiet River Lane - Loudon $1,200,000 MLS#1066796 1.67 acre with privacy. Dock, Decks, Water Features and Hot Tub. Beautiful Craftsman Style Home with Gorgeous designs throughout. Brick and Stone exterior. Open Floor Plan, Four Fireplaces, Designer Cooks Spacious Kitchen with stainless steel appliances, 6 Burner Gas Stove Top, truly the heart of this home. Whole House water filter softener, Fabulous Master Suite. Upstairs Suite, Terrace Level: 2 Spacious Bedrooms, Storm Room, Family Room,Views and So Much More, Geo Thermal heating/cooling, Security System, Outside Fire Pit, Custom Landscaping, too many great features to mention!

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outhern Cuisine Upstairs at the Mansion will officially open for lunch beginning on Friday, August 9th. Local restaurateur, Janice Alley, will offer a variety of on-menu Southern specialties, including many of your Upstairs at the Mansion favorites such as Fried Green Tomatoes and Signature BLTs. Southern Cuisine Upstairs at the Mansion, located on the second floor of Sweetwater Flower Shop, will also offer a combination of full lunch buffet, hot bar only or salad bar only choices, and daily sandwich specials that are sure to become favorites with diners as well, particularly those who may be on a tight schedule. Janice’s culinary experience includes 20 years of restaurant ownership and management in Rhea County, TN, and Cleveland, OH, in addition to her passion for both cooking and baking. You’ll also have an opportunity to savor a wide selection of her popular homemade daily dessert and candy specials, and if you’re celebrating a special event, you can pre-order your dessert choice so it will be ready when you arrive to dine. Southern Cuisine Upstairs at the Mansion will be open during lunch Thursday through Sunday from 11 am to 3 pm and is also available to host your special events, including graduations, anniversaries, and birthdays. In-house catering is also available for a whole host of gatherings at a date and time convenient for you. Meat and cheese, cookie, and candy trays are also available. Southern Cuisine replaced Kelly D’s, who was forced to close for personal health reasons. We wish Kelly the very best and thank her for her fine efforts on behalf of all of our customers. For a true culinary treat with a unique Southern flare, you are invited to visit Southern Cuisine Upstairs at the Mansion, located within Sweetwater Flower Shop in historic downtown Sweetwater. Be sure to introduce yourself to Janice, who delights in greeting her guests. Southern Cuisine Upstairs at the Mansion 118 W. North Street Sweetwater, TN 37874 423-664-2002

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Volume 19, No. 8

August 2019

Could You Accidentally Have All of Your Investment Eggs in One Basket?

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By Yvonne Marsh, CFP®, CPA

retired couple came to my office recently to talk about their investments. In the course of our conversation, the husband wondered aloud how he could have lost a third of his portfolio in 2008 when he had invested in mutual funds, rather than individual stocks. Didn’t he have his money well diversified? On the surface, it seemed so. But after we talked further, I found that he had inadvertently invested in mutual funds holding one kind of investment – large cap stocks – and that particular asset class had suffered a 37% decline that year. He had mistakenly put all his investment eggs in one basket. True investment diversification spreads your money across many asset classes – large cap stocks, small cap stocks, mid cap, growth, value, U.S., international, real estate, less-risky bonds and fixed income, cash… well, you get the idea. Each asset class performs differently under changing market conditions. The trick is to find the right mix that suits you and your unique risk profile. Understanding how well you can financially and emotionally withstand a market downturn is critical to building a diversified investment portfolio that suits you. Why is this so very important? When you are invested in your right mix, you’ll stay in the market through its inevitable ups and downs. If you inadvertently take too much risk, you’ll flee to safety as many investors

tors:

did in 2008. And if you get out, when do you get back in? For those too terrified to get back in the market, they missed the significant upswing in 2009 and beyond. The ability to stay invested in the market over time is critical. According to a Fidelity study, if you invested $10,000 in the S&P 500 index in 1980, it would have grown to $659,591 by 2018. If you missed just five of the best days in that time period, you would only have $427,041. Those five days cost more than $230,000! The statistics don’t lie – jumping in and out of the market does not work. Diversification and disciplined rebalancing is THE key to building wealth over time. It’s simple but not easy.

Marsh Wealth Management, LLC 504 Ebenezer Road Knoxville, TN 37922 865-622-2162 www.marshwealth.com admin@marshpros.com Financial Planning & Investment Advisory Services are offered through Marsh Wealth Management, LLC (“MWM”), an independent investment advisor registered with the state of Tennessee. Yvonne Marsh is an Investment Advisor Representative of MWM in the state of Tennessee. Marsh Professional Group, LLC, is a TN registered public accounting firm and a separate legal entity from MWM. For a detailed discussion of MWM and their investment advisory fees, see the firm’s Form ADV on file with the SEC at www.adviserinfo.sec.gov.

: Don’t risk missing Don’t Risk Missing the best days

Market’s Best Days Hypothetical growth of $10,000 invested in the S&P 500® Index from January 1, 1980–December 31, 2018

$232,550

$341,520

534,497

$602,203

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$659,591 $427,041 $318,071 Initial Investment

$125,094

$10,000

Invested All Days

Missing the Best 5 Days

Missing the Best 10 Days

Missing the Best 30 Days

$57,388 Missing the Best 50 Days

Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. The hypothetical example assumes an investment that tracks the returns of a S&P 500® Index and includes dividend reinvestment but does not reflect the impact of taxes, which would lower these figures. “Best days” were determined by ranking the one-day total returns for the S&P Index within this time period and ranking them from highest to lowest. There is volatility in the market and a sale at any point in time could result in a gain or loss. Your own investment experience will differ, including the possibility of losing money. Source: Fidelity, using Bloomberg 12/31/2018 data.

he hypothetical example assumes an investment that tracks the returns of a S&P 500® Index and includes f taxes, which would lower these figures. “Best days” were determined by ranking the one-day total returns for the m highest to lowest. There is volatility in the market and a sale at any point in time could result in a gain or loss. e possibility of losing money.

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Six Fun Fashion Tips for Summer

2B • East Tennessee’s Mountain Views, August, 2019

By Carrie McConkey, carriemfashionconsulting.com

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ummer isn’t only about beach vacations and lying by the pool – it’s also the perfect season to add some zing to our everyday wardrobes. Certain items offer both fashion and function during the warm summer months and are easy and affordable to acquire if they aren’t already in our closets. 1. Make white your new neutral. It’s tempting to

fall into wearing black year-round. Resist the urge and introduce a crisp white blazer, pant, or other core piece of clothing into your summer wardrobe. Purchase washable pieces if you are prone to spills or stains! 2. Choose a cheerful purse. Airy and fun, woven straw bags bring a bit of the beach to your daily routine. Classy rattan purses provide a dressier look and are guaranteed to bring compliments. Seeking something more traditional? Opt for a colored leather in your choice of pastel or bright.

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3. Seek out two pairs of shades. Two sets of sunglasses are all you need to look the part no matter where your summer adventures may lead. Choose a sporty pair for weekend and outdoor activities and an elegant set for when you want to feel as sophisticated as Jackie-O. 4. Invest in special coverage bras. While it’s always good to take stock of your unmentionables (experts recommend replacing bras every six months to a year depending upon how often they are worn), body-baring summer fashions often require strapless and racer back styles. Buy them before you need them! 5. Wear a pair of wedges. Wedge heels mimic the benefits of stilettos by elongating the leg, shaping the calf, and encouraging a sexy stride. But unlike their chic cousins, easygoing wedges provide the benefit of a sturdier, pain-free platform on which to strut one’s stuff. 6. Turn heads in a dress. Summer is the ideal time to break out every woman’s secret weapon: The dress. What can be easier in the morning than not worrying about mixing and matching pieces? Put on a feminine frock and off you go, projecting an effortless elegance the entire day. The lengthy days of summer are a time to recharge and renew before the busy school and holiday months begin. Make the most of the season by integrating these timeless elements into your daily fashion routine and enjoy the sunshine! Closets by McKenry

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Let Us Help You Make Your Neighbors Jealous!

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By Christina Fitzwilliam

any years ago my family got a great deal on a large home just outside of town. I loved the space, the possibilities, and the kitchen. The inside was everything I wanted in a home. Our home was dubbed the “office building.” It was undoubtedly because of its overwhelming brick facade and its lack of windows or landscaping. At that time, my husband, John, was working six days a week, and I was caring for our small children. Sad to say, in the five years we lived there, it STILL lacked curb appeal. Sorry neighbors! Fast forward 15 years… we now run a business that specializes in making homes look their best inside AND out. Most of you probably know as us the “tile cleaning company,” and that’s partially true. For 12 years, tile and grout cleaning has been our most known specialty. We clean most any surface inside the home, including tile and grout, carpeting, granite, and marble. It’s a lesser known fact that we are exceptional at cleaning outdoor surfaces as well. We offer soft-washing for your home’s roof, as well as

its exterior, whether brick, siding, or stucco. Soft-washing is effective and safe for your home because of the specialized detergents we use. Many homes are damaged by traditional pressure washing, which is a completely different process than we use. Because we only use a soft pressure spray, your foliage, shutters, and joints will remain intact and protected. We also remove black streaking from roofs before permanent damage occurs. Often sidewalks and pool patios develop mold or algae problems. Without proper cleaning and removal of the imbedded debris, these walkable areas will become slip hazards and suffer permanent damage. Driveways, especially white ones, can become unsightly as they lose their luster and accumulate oil stains. Traditional pressure washing will pit the concrete and cause costly repairs. We have visited many homes where well-meaning homeowners have sadly destroyed their sidewalks and driveways trying to pressure wash them. If you have wood and decking, you may also be dealing with slick areas due to algae build up. Perhaps it has become dry and brittle and needs to be properly cleaned

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Sell Your Unused Household Items the Premiere Consignment Way

August, 2019, East Tennessee’s Mountain Views • 3B

Safely – Efficiently – Conveniently

By Aaron Hunt, Co-Owner of Premiere Consignment

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or years, individuals wishing to sell unused furniture items either placed an ad in a local newspaper or had a yard sale, but not anymore. Concerns about personal safety have resulted in many Americans turning away from trying to sell any number of household items by themselves. In fact, things have gotten so bad that those selling items on Craigslist are being encouraged by law enforcement agencies across the nation to complete their sales transactions in the parking lots of their local police stations. Selling furniture by yourself is akin to selling your home by yourself. Sure, it can be done, but is it really worth all the effort? Do you really want to invite strangers

into your home? Are they there for legitimate reasons or other purposes? Do you take their personal check? What about scheduling appointments and then the annoying noshows? We launched Premiere Consignment seven years ago with the goal of helping our neighbors sell their gently used, name brand furniture, art pieces, home décor items, and Oriental rugs without all of the hassle associated with attempting to sell their unused household items themselves. We offer our consigners a complete turnkey environment, which greatly enhances their potential to sell their items at the highest possible prices. And our convenient retail showroom location and hours, in addition to our print and online advertising, ensures that your items will be seen by even more qualified buyers.

Also, Premiere Consignment handles the entire transaction from beginning to end. No sitting at home waiting for strangers to arrive or wondering if their check is good. We also offer you the opportunity to market many of your items online using our very own and very successful eBay store. So forget the ad in the local paper or on Craigslist, put away the yard sale signs, and discover the safe, easy, and most convenient way to sell your gently used furniture, décor, art, and Oriental rugs – the no-hassle, Premiere Consignment way. Just call 865-458-9721! Premiere Consignment 320 Lakeside Plaza in Tellico Village 865-458-9721 www.PremiereConsignment.com

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e bought our lake lot in 2004 and talked with several builders before deciding to go with Keener Homes. We made a point to meet with Kit regularly when we were about 3 years out and he provided lots of good suggestions regarding the style of home that would work with the slope of the land. When it came time to break ground, we were prepared to encounter rock (our lot is in Tellico Village in Mialaquo Point), and sure enough - we did! This is when we were so glad that we had an experienced builder like Kit on our team.

Kit and his excavating crew came up with a solution to move the house closer to the lake so we could still have a walkout basement. He also worked with an engineer to make sure that the fourth corner of the home was on concrete since the other 3 corners were on rock. He also worked with us to develop a plan for some ‘creative erosion control’ so that we did not need to remove all the large rocks that resulted from the excavation - instead, they were repurposed to help with our landscaping and erosion control. In addition to building a quality home, we got so much more in terms of Kit’s creative problem solving, which saved us lots of money in the long run all things considered given the challenges we encountered with our lot.” — Ed and Barb Park

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Create Zones for an Organized Pantry

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f you’re like most people, your pantry could use a little more organization. An organized pantry helps create extra, usable space and allows you and your family to locate and retrieve items more easily. It will also help you keep track of the freshness of your food and manage your overall on-hand inventory. A great first step to more organization is to create pantry “zones,” which simply means that you are grouping like items together and assigning them to a specific area within the overall pantry. It will save you time and effort and increase the joy you get from your kitchen. Here are some suggestions for zoning success. Zone 1: Non-essentials Store lesser-eaten foods in remote areas

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like top shelves or back corners. Save the accessible areas for everything else. Zone 2: Dry ingredients Place dry ingredients like beans, rice, pasta, flour, and oats in clear, air-tight containers. This will keep them fresh and let you see how much you have left of an ingredient. Zone 3: Canned goods For safety, accessibility, and visibility, store canned goods within arm’s reach. Zone 4: Quick meals

Place quick breakfast, lunch, and dinner items at eye level. These are “meal helpers,” and it’ll help you if they’re easy to see and easy to reach. Add an area for snacks where kids and grandkids will be able to reach. Zone 5: Liquids Oils, vinegars, and any non-refrigerated sauces or condiments should be placed as low as possible on a spill-proof mat.

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August, 2019, East Tennessee’s Mountain Views • 5B

The Ripple Effect of Delivering Hope

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any people in our community already know that Random Acts of Flowers (RAF) improves the emotional health and well-being of individuals in healthcare facilities by delivering hope, encouragement, and personal moments of kindness through bouquets of repurposed flowers. But what they – and you – may not realize is that the impact of our mission goes far beyond our direct recipients in hospitals, assisted living homes, hospice, and other community health organizations. Every arrangement delivered also impacts family members, friends, healthcare providers, and volunteers at both RAF and the facilities we serve. Families and friends can see the positive effect that a floral delivery has on their loved ones. “My husband was at UT Medical Center receiving his chemotherapy, and he received one of your beautiful arrangements. We want to thank you so much!” – Beth, family member Recipients’ healthcare providers and caregivers also get an emotional boost knowing that their patients will be having better days because of the flowers and moments of kindness and connection extended to them. “We can’t begin to thank you enough. They look so beautiful in all of our residents’ rooms.” – Beth, healthcare provider Further, our volunteers often cite the joy that they get in brightening the days of their neighbors as their main reason for working with us. They know that their efforts don’t just provide one better day to a recipient, but many better days as the flowers will be a recurring reminder that someone cared for them and is thinking of them. “He said he rarely got visitors, let alone flowers, and he really appreciated it. Amazing what a bouquet of flowers can do for a person!” – Becky, RAF volunteer This is what Random Acts of Flowers calls “the ripple effect of delivering hope.” The number of lives impacted by a single delivery goes far beyond the recipient. Our deliveries affect family member, friends, caregivers, volunteers, and – hopefully – you, too! If you want to make an impact with Random Acts of Flowers, call us at 865-633-9082, email us at info@RAFKnoxville. org, or visit RAFKnoxville.org and fill out the individual volunteer form.

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New Feature Exhibition, “It’ll Tickle Yore Innards!”: A (Hillbilly) History of Mountain Dew, Open at the Museum of East Tennessee History

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ountain Dew. Today it’s the soft drink of gamers and programmers. It “fuels” skateboarders, snowboarders, and racecar drivers. And, for some, it’s the perfect pairing for Doritos or Taco Bell fare. High in sugar and caffeine, Mountain Dew ranks as the third most popular “liquid refreshment brand,” behind only Coca-Cola and Pepsi-Cola. How did Mountain Dew become so popular at a time when many Americans are looking for healthier beverage options? In a new feature exhibition “It’ll Tickle Yore Innards!”: A (Hillbilly) History of Mountain Dew at the Museum of East Tennessee History, you can explore the drink’s storied history, which began here in the hills of Appalachia. Mountain Dew was invented in Knoxville, Tennessee, in 1946 when Barney and Ally Hartman, of the Hartman Beverage Corporation, first debuted their new soft drink at a Gatlinburg convention. The drink’s trademark became official in 1953. Originally, Mountain Dew’s flavor was lemon-lime similar to 7-Up or Sprite, and it was created by the Hartman brothers primarily as a mixer for hard liquor. In fact, the name Mountain Dew came about because the brothers joked that when mixed with liquor, the drink resembled a fine Tennessee moonshine. To continue the hillbilly aura, the old Mountain Dew bottles depicted a Tennessee moonshiner shooting at a revenuer as he exits an outhouse. Although Mountain Dew was born in Knoxville, it grew up in Johnson City, Tennessee. Sales of the lemon-lime flavored Mountain Dew were modest around Knoxville, so the Hartmans decided to expand their reach by issuing their first franchise to Charlie Gordon of TriCity Beverage in Johnson City in 1954. Charlie Gordon used unique and aggressive advertising techniques to promote Mountain Dew and to dramatically increase the drinks hillbilly desirability. However, it was not until 1960 when Tri-City’s manager, Bill Bridgforth, changed the flavor to the citrus-lemonade flavor we know today, that the drink began to soar. As Bridgforth put it, “it took off like a cat hit on the tail with a hammer.” About “It’ll Tickle Yore Innards!”: A Hillbilly History of Mountain Dew The Museum of East Tennessee History will feature “It’ll Tickle Yore Innards!”: A (Hillbilly) History of Mountain Dew, on view now through January 20, 2020. The exhibition highlights the drink’s history, from the origins of the term “mountain dew” and the development of the marketable hillbilly image that influenced media and culture to becoming the third most popular soft drink brand. The exhibition includes more than 200 artifacts highlighting the drinks history, moonshining, and the hillbilly image. The exhibition begins with video footage of early moonshine busts and a visit to a moonshine still in Cocke County in 1938. A variety of liquor jugs, dating from as early as the 1890s, are on display with other moonshine paraphernalia. There is an assortment of artifact reflecting the early color writers and their effects on the hillbilly image, as well as artifacts from Knoxville’s 1910 Appalachian Exposition. One case contains a variety of “hillbilly” memorabilia, including Beverly Hillbillies dolls, comic books, Lil’ Abner items, and a pair of Hee Haw overalls. The exhibition features a 1900 carbonation machine from the Roddy Coca-Cola Bottling Company in Knox-

ville and a sizeable display of rare and highly collectable bottles, including a few dating to Knoxville in 1927, a progression of Mountain Dew bottles over the years, and a variety of other vintage soft drinks from around the region. Of special interest are the “Barney and Ally” bottles, which were the first Mountain Dew bottles ever produced. In 1951 and 1952, the Hartman Beverage Company produced 7 oz. green and clear bottles. The applied color labels bare the name of the creators of Mountain Dew. In the early 1950s, green bottles were reserved for “colorless” flavors, while clear bottles were used for drinks where the color would reflect the actual flavor. Mountain Dew was originally bottled as a set of flavored drinks and not as a specific flavor like today. Also displayed are a variety of items relating to the Hartmann family. The exhibition by the East Tennessee Historical Society is made possible through a partnership with PepsiCo Knoxville. The exhibit is on view at the Museum of East Tennessee History through January 20, 2020. The Museum of East Tennessee History is open 9 am

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to 4 pm Monday through Friday, 10 am to 4 pm Saturday, and 1 to 5 pm Sunday. Museum admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors, and FREE for children under 16. Each Sunday admission is FREE to all, and ETHS members always receive FREE admission. The museum is located in the East Tennessee History Center, 601 South Gay Street in Knoxville. For more information about the exhibition, scheduling a school tour, or visiting the museum, call 865-215-8824, email eths@eastTNhistory.org, or visit www.easttnhistory.org. About East Tennessee Historical Society Established in 1834, the East Tennessee Historical Society is widely acknowledged as one of the most active history organizations in the state and enjoys a national reputation for excellence in programming and education. For 185 years, the East Tennessee Historical Society has been helping East Tennesseans hold on to our unique heritage – recording the events, collecting the artifacts, and saving the stories that comprise the history we all share.

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JAMS NATURE CENTER and Central Cinema are pairing up for another year of Movies Under the Stars. Our summer is filled with great films that you won’t want to miss! This month’s movie on August 16 is Disney’s Alice in Wonderland (G, 1951). Doors open at 7 pm, and the movie begins at dark (approximately 8:30 pm). Food trucks and beer garden will have tasty meals, snacks, and beverages available for purchase. No coolers or outside alcohol are allowed. Dogs are allowed but must be on a leash at all times. The cost is $8 per person and $25 for a family. This event takes place at Ijams Nature Center on the front lawn near the Visitor Center. In case of inclement weather, we will move the event indoors. For more information, visit www.ijams.org.


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8B • East Tennessee’s Mountain Views, August, 2019

August in the Garden

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elcome to the dog days. Nothing like 95 degrees and 100% humidity to clear out those pores! I keep telling our employees that they are lucky to work under these conditions because some of you pay to go to a sauna. They get that experience free! They aren’t excited about it, and I am sure you aren’t either. It is hard to make yourself go outside and water or weed or deadhead when the air is swampy and the mosquitoes sound like little helicopters. Unfortunately, your plants need your help. The rain has been erratic, fungus is everywhere, and the insects may be preparing to take over the world. If you don’t help your plants get through this stage, be prepared to replace them this fall. Here are the things you need to do: » Water. You may be getting plenty of rain at your house, but I have had to drag out the hose a few times at mine. Use sentinel plants like hydrangeas (that droop when they are thirsty) to tell you when things are dry. For the 999th time, sprinklers are good for grass and flowers but are NOT adequate for trees and shrubs. Yep, I’ll keep saying that until everyone in the area understands and I stop hearing “but I have a sprinkler” when you come in and want to know why your plants are dead. » Check for disease on your plants and treat as needed. Powdery mildew, rust, black spot, and shothole disease are making an appearance in just about everyone’s yard. I am also seeing an unfortunate amount of the less treatable root diseases. Remember that good hygiene is a primary way of stopping the problem, so pick up any diseased leaves that fall to the ground. You may also need to remove infected branches. Pruning to improve air circulation will help with airborne diseases, and spraying with a fungicide such as neem oil or copper will kill fungal spores. Root diseases are much harder to treat, and it usually involves removing mulch and applying a systemic product like Infuse. Call us, stop by, email us, or contact us on Facebook if you have questions. » Check for bugs, but make sure you have bad guys before you start spraying. Overtreatment is causing two serious problems: The problem bugs are becoming resistant to the chemicals, and good guys like bees are getting wiped out. Don’t add to the problem. » Keep an eye on hydrangea macrophylla (Mophead) and Quercifolia (Oakleaf) and notice when they stop

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UT Gardens’ Plant of the Month: Chastetree

ncient chastetrees, also called Vitex agnus-castus, can be found at old homes across the South, a testimonial to its durability. A couple of decades ago old homesteads were about the only place you might run across them, as they were considered passé and were no longer carried in garden centers. Fortunately, chastetrees have gone through a revival in popularity, and many forms are currently available in the trade. A variety of growth habits, from small trees to rounded shrubs, will suit many landscapes. Terminal bloom panicles are usually in shades of blue, purple or lilac, but white- and

pink-blooming forms can also be found. Although its other attributes are plenty, the bloom time for this plant has been extended later in the year in some of the newer cultivars, making chastetree an even more garden-worthy plant. It is also extremely drought tolerant once established and has no pests or disease issues. Another endearing quality of this plant is the back story. Chastetree earned its name because it was said to be an herb given to monks to suppress their sex drive and thus help to keep them chaste. It was also strewn into the beds of women whose husbands were away in war to help cool their lust.

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The plant’s Latin name acknowledges the story, with ‘agnus’ being derived from the Greek word ‘hagnos’, meaning pure or virginal, and the Latin word ‘castus’, meaning chaste and moral. If you peruse herbal products sold in drugstores that are intended to help women with a variety of hormone-based disorders, you will find chastetree listed as an ingredient, and in a small number of reputable double-blind studies, it has been shown to have some efficacy. This does not confirm the plant’s storied reputation for suppressing the libido, but it does hint that there is some effect on human hormone levels. Plant this deciduous shrub in full sun and well-drained soil. Larger cultivars can be limbed up to form small trees, and dwarf cultivars make rounded shrubs that range from three feet to several feet tall. When needed, chastetree size can be controlled by pruning back as it will bloom on new growth. This is an asset that allows it to be used as a cutback shrub in regions of Tennessee where it is marginally hardy. Even in warmer parts of Tennessee, there may be dieback during years of severe winter, but re-growth from roots can be expected from well-established plants. Some common cultivars include: » Blue Puffball™ (First Editions®), deep blue blooms, 3 to 4 feet tall and wide » Delta Blues™ (First Editions®), purple blooms, 10 feet tall » Blue Diddley® (Proven Winners®), purple blooms, 7 feet tall » ‘Shoal Creek’, purple bloom, 15 feet tall with 12-inch inflorescences Gardeners in colder parts of Tennessee may wish to try a different species of chastetree, Vitex negundo, which is hardier by several degrees. The UT Gardens include plant collections located in Knoxville, Jackson, and Crossville. Designated as the official botanical garden for the State of Tennessee, the collections are part of the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture. The Gardens’ mission is to foster appreciation, education, and stewardship of plants through garden displays, educational programs, and research trials. The Gardens are open during all seasons and free to the public. For more information, visit www.ag.tennessee.edu/utg.


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Upcoming Events at the Knoxville Museum of Art

Alive After Five with Stacy Mitchhart Band August 2 from 6 to 8:30 pm A native of Cincinnati, Stacy Mitchhart moved to Nashville in 1996 and took up residency as the house band for the hugely popular Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar in historic Printer’s Alley. Known as “The Blues Doctor,” Stacy is a flamboyant entertainer, virtuoso guitarist, and soulful singer who leads a dynamic band that includes trumpet, saxophone, keyboards, bass, and drums. He and his band tour nationally and internationally whenever they’re not in Nashville, where they still play at Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar and also B. B. King’s Club since it opened in 2003. He has won numerous

industry awards and released 12 albums, with a new one due out this year. Alive After Five with Dwight Hardin & Think Twice August 9 from 6 to 8:30 pm The son of gospel singer, Ruth Hardin, a.k.a. “The Songbird of the South,” vocalist and percussionist, Dwight Hardin, has performed with/opened for such artists as The Pointer Sisters, The Jacksons, Bootsy Collins, The Manhattans, B.T. Express, Eddie Floyd, The Original Eastwind, and more. He and Think Twice keyboard player, Neil Gillespie, have become a formidable songwriting team. They’ll perform some of their original music, along with some classic Soul and R&B hits, accompanied by the rest of the band: Jaimie Cameron on guitar, Phil Senseny on bass,

and Kenneth Robinson on drums. Family Fun Day August 24 from 11 am to 3 pm The summer KMA Family Fun Day is packed with fun activities, including artist demonstrations, continuous entertainment on stage, gallery tours, face painting, and family art-making stations. Free and open to the public! “Pardi Gras” with Roux du Bayou Cajun Band August 30 from 6 to 8:30 pm The “Fat Friday Mardi Gras” Alive After Five has been the most popular theme show here for many years, and ever since their first performance in 2012, by popular demand, Roux du Bayou Cajun Band has been invited back every year to play for it. This year, due to a scheduling conflict at the

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Cades Cove Heritage Tours

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oin us for a new overnight tour: Home of the Corvette in Bowling Green, KY, on Thursday and Friday, September 19 and 20. Visit the National Corvette Museum, the Lost River Cave, and the Fathers of Mercy and enjoy southern hospitality and food. See the National Corvette Museum

Explore the 115,000-square-foot museum that features more than 70 Corvettes. You won’t want to miss the “Corvette Cave-in” exhibit that chronicles the sinkhole that opened up in 2014 at the museum, swallowing eight Corvettes. The museum now features a real C6 Corvette augmented with a racing simulator, which, for a small fee, allows visitors to take a virtual drive with life-like movements.

The Ultimate Beatles Tribute Band Live in Concert at The Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in Townsend, TN Call 865-448-0044 for tickets.

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The WannaBeatles are a nationally recognized group that features music by the Beatles and also performs a medley of songs from artists such as, The Monkees, David Cassidy, The Doors, The Association, Simon and Garfunkel, The Who, and more. Barbara and A partial playlist from the WannaBeatles includes: “I Want to Hold Your Hand”, Jim Leach “Can’t Buy Me Love”, “SGT. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”, and much more! & Grammy nominated for “Fab Fan Memories-The Beatles Bond” National TV appearance on USA representative Beatles 50th Global Anniversary “We Wanna Meet Paul” Joni and Fox Network Richard One-of-a-kind Ed Sullivan live-to-video re-creation Symphony concerts video gone viral and Master Classes on The Beatles. Get more information on WannaBeatles at WannaBeatles.com Maples VIP Experience - Limit 50 - Reservations Required

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The Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center is located between the Townsend traffic light and the national park entrance on Scenic Highway 73 in Townsend. Call 865-448-0044 for more information.

For an additional cost, you can reserve a spot and experience racing first-hand! Choose to drive or be behind the wheel of a Corvette (or Camaro) as a passenger. High speed laps put you in the passenger seat with an experienced driver in a Corvette, or you can choose to explore the thrill of the NCM Kartplex, offering high speed gokarts, and race against other members of our tour. Not interested in getting behind the wheel or riding in a Corvette on a racetrack at racing speeds? Step back in time and get a close look at passenger travel with a guided tour of five authentically restored railcars. Wander through the two-story museum filled with original pieces of history and stories about the railroads. Thursday night dinner will be at Montana Grille, which is warm and inviting, from the hand-hewn logs to the stone wood-burning fireplaces. Cast iron and copper highlights our dining area, including the rotisserie and cooking areas, which are in full view. Details surround our guests, from the décor to our quality food and service. Your trip includes a boat tour of Lost River Cave in Bowling Green, which offers a visit into the timeless world of this natural wonder. Stroll through the valley as guides share stories of the mysterious blue hole, Civil War soldier, and the cavern’s night club. Enjoy one-of-a-kind adventure floating on Kentucky’s only underground boat tour. We will also visit The Congregation of the Fathers of Mercy, founded in 1808, originally under the title of the “Missionaries of France.” The community was founded for the purpose of re-evangelizing the French people after the Catholic Faith had been subjected to years of attacks and persecution during the French Revolution. It is now an exclusively American community. The main structure of the church is representative of the Vatican in Rome. Before we return to Townsend, you will enjoy the finest old-fashioned, southern-style food, served in an elegant country setting that has been a place for families to come together for generations at Federal Grove Bed & Breakfast in Auburn, Kentucky. The cost is $399 per person (based on double occupancy) and includes all transportation, taxes, gratuities, and service fees. Single occupancy is available at $599 per person. Check-in begins at 6:30 am on September 19, and tours depart at 7 am from the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in Townsend. Reservations and payment are required on or before August 16. No refunds after August 16. For reservations, please call Don Alexander at 865-448-8838. Reserve early – overnight tours are limited to 24 guests. For more information, visit www. cadescoveheritagetours.org.


New Exhibitions Opening at the Emporium Center on August 2

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he Arts & Culture Alliance is pleased to present five new exhibitions at the Emporium Center in downtown Knoxville from August 2-30. A reception will take place on Friday, August 2, from 5 to 9 pm as part of First Friday activities downtown to which the public is invited to meet the artists and view the artwork. Most of the works are for sale and may be purchased through the close of the exhibition. The opening reception features flamenco dancing by local group Tinadre at 7 pm.

This new exhibition features abstract paintings with acrylic, charcoal, and graphite. Michelle Barillaro is a native of South Florida and moved to Knoxville more than 20 years ago, graduating from the University of Tennessee, School of Architecture. She remained in the Knoxville area because of the friendly folks, natural beauty, and pleasant climate. However, many of her paintings seem to reflect the colors, movement, and serenity of the Florida coast. She paints with acrylic and oil and cold wax and often incorporates a dash of charcoal, graphite, and pastels. She uses palette knives, bowl scrapers, credit cards, her fingers, and an occasional hake style brush to create her work. As a result, her paintings are abstract in nature with a multi-textural, often ethereal feel.

Adam Newman nal sculpture, paintings, pysanky, jewelry, photography, collage, and fine craft on-site. Adam Newman: Delusionary on the North Wall

Terina Gillette Terina Gillette: Discovery: An Exploration of the Nuances of Life in the Main Gallery Discovery: An Exploration of the Nuances of Life is a celebration in acrylic, pastel, and mixed media of all the small things that work together to bring joy, happiness, peace, or puzzlement. Sometimes hearing a bird singing or seeing a fish swimming makes us take notice of the simple beauties that create our world. Each of us have small nuances that greet us daily, and when we stop to discover them, we embrace who we are, where we have been, and where we are going. Many of the pieces in this exhibition represent special moments in the artist’s life, and perhaps these are things that you also celebrate. Terina Gillette is a Tennessee native. She works in a wide variety of mediums and is diverse in her expression and abilities. She creates colorful, texturized abstracts, as well as detailed local landmarks. She is also a face and body painter and spends each weekend painting theatrical face paints on living canvas. She believes that art is the full expression of life. You can find various installations of her painted window glass art, as well as her chalk murals, around East Tennessee. Gillette holds a double cognate in counseling and crisis, grief, and trauma, as well as business, and is currently completing her master’s in psychology. Her educational pursuits heavily influence her pieces, and her view of art is immersed in expression

Statement: Delusionary can be defined as one having the ability to see and believe alternate versions and personalities of others formed in an ever-evolving environment of the mind, which may or may not be based upon real interactions. Born of frustration and confusion, delusionary is an investigation. An intro, a sore yet needful beginning to what will hopefully yield a promising conclusion. A collection of introspective works presented through mixed media panels. Created by working through the subjective rather than the objective. Unlike my last project in which I utilized a realism style, here I work with less planning and in most all cases find myself coming to dead ends that I am forced to work past rather than simply starting over. The process mimics that of my thoughts in a romantic relationship. In viewing these panels, you see firsthand my struggles, and to this point failure, to orchestrate a working version of romantic love. Michelle Barillaro: Travel in the Display Case

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Mariclair Tan regardless of the subject matter. Broadway Studios & Gallery: Rare Combinations in the Balcony Gallery Rare Combinations features an eclectic mix of work in various media by 10 artists based in Broadway Studios and Gallery (BSG): Sheila Chesanow, Nancy Rowland Engle, Anne Freels, Jessica Gregory, Paula Johnson, Katie Kinney, Jeremy Logan, Stacy Monday, Pat O’Neil, and Mariclair Tan. BSG is a co-op of artists working in individual studios under one roof. These uniquely talented artists create origi-

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Khoa Dinh League of Scruffy Photographers: Observing Knoxville in the Atrium The League of Scruffy Photographers was formed initially as a social group for local photographers. It became readily apparent that there was a tremendous amount of talent and experience contained in that initial group of seasoned individuals. As the group grew with younger, eager, and undiscovered artists, the potential for a group that could educate and put forth a number of projects coalesced. Currently the group includes educators and long-time volunteers, so workshops and collaborations with other entities are in the future. Taking a page from Roger May’s “Looking at Appalachia” and a photo project proposed for TVA in the 1980s, “Observing Knoxville” came about. The League intends over the next year to document all aspects of Knoxville. The good and the bad. A candid, no holds barred look at our fair “Scruffy” city. Beginning with its neighborhoods and moving on to its people and what they do for work and leisure to lifestyles, education, transportation, music, food, and drink to government. The exhibitions are on display at the Emporium Center, located at 100 S. Gay Street in downtown Knoxville. Exhibition hours are Monday through Friday from 9 to 5 pm. For more information, contact the Arts & Culture Alliance at 865-523-7543 or visit www.knoxalliance.com.

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East Tennessee Mountain Views August 2019 Edition  

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