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Guidebook 2013-2014

The Greeneville Sun Includes Greene County Partnership Directory


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Table Of Contents AN OVERVIEW County’s History 5 Interesting Statistics 6 Non-Emergency Numbers 10 The 911 System 10 Other Useful Phone Numbers 11 Utility Services 12 Map: Historic, Scenic, Recreational Attractions 38-39 HERITAGE/HISTORY A Walk With The President Heritage Organizations GOVERNMENT/CITIZENSHIP County Officials and Committees State Officials Municipal Officials and Boards County and Municipal Governments Federal Officials Courts Historic District Building Permits, Codes Driver Licenses Voting Passports EDUCATION Greeneville City School System Greene County School System High Schools Private Schools Greene Technology Center Area Colleges and Universities Tusculum College Walters State Community College East Tennessee State University Carson-Newman University King University Maryville College Milligan College Northeast State Community College The University of Tennessee

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LIBRARIES Greeneville-Greene County Public Library T. Elmer Cox Historical and Genealogical Library Mosheim Public Library Thomas J. Garland Library at Tusculum College

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HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES Veterans Service Office 29 Doctors, Hospitals 51 Holston United Methodist Home For Children 56 Nolachuckey-Holston Area Mental Health Center 56 Free Will Baptist Family Ministries 57 Greene Valley Developmental Center 58 Senior, Disabled Services 59 Dental Services 60 ANIMAL-RELATED SERVICES Animal Rescue Groups Greene County Animal Facility Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society Animal Shelter Veterinarians COMMUNITY LIFE Keep Greene Beautiful Main Street: Greeneville Volunteer Opportunities United Way Drama, Arts, Music, Museums Clubs and Organizations Churches RECREATION Parks: Camping, Playgrounds, Pools Boys & Girls Club of Greeneville & Greene County Sports YMCA Bristol Motor Speedway

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Cherokee National Forest 114 Fishing 114 Hiking, Biking, Horse Trails 116 AGRICULTURE Greene County Fair University of Tennesseee AgResearch And Education Center SERVICES Garbage Collection Centers Day-Care Centers News/Entertainment Media Real Estate, Auction Airports Rental Properties

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FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Banks And Other Financial Institutions 128 INDUSTRIES Industry List

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60 60 GREENE COUNTY PARTNERSHIP 145 61 62 11 30 64 65 69 72 80

GREENE COUNTY PARTNERSHIP Membership Directory* By Category 146-157 Alphabetical 158-170 Advertisers Index 170 The Greeneville Sun strives to be as accurate as possible in our research. If you have updated information, please contact our offices at 423-638-4181, or e-mail us at: guidebook@greenevillesun.com

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* Source: The Greene County Partnership, August 2013. Updates should be directed to the Partnership at 423-638-4111.

The Greene County Guidebook 2013/2014 is a home-delivered and single-copy supplement to The Greeneville Sun. Additional copies may be purchased at the Sun office for $5 each, plus postage. This edition is available on CD for $7.95. Call our office at 423-638-4182, ext. 3126, or email us at guidebook@GreenevilleSun. com for orders and delivery. Copyright: 2013/2014 Greene County Guidebook, Greeneville Publishing, Inc. No part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission of the newspaper's management. Reproduction of advertising and design work is strictly prohibited due to the use of licensed art services and agency agreements.

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EDITOR John M. Jones, Jr. ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR Rich Jones DESIGN Hala Watson PHOTOGRAPHY O.J. Early FRONT COVER DESIGN Hala Watson RESEARCH, REPORTING INTERNS Caitlin Crocker, Thornton Miller ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Artie Wehenkel ADVERTISING SALES Tanya Hensley, Sharon Moses Hughes, Tonda Laws, Joni Blake Parker, Kelly Pickering, Brenda Weems, Wendy Wilder COMPOSING DEPARTMENT MANAGER Taunya Blazer ADVERTISING DESIGN Marie Cox, Jenna Mayes, Melanie Hilliard CIRCULATION & PRINTING DIRECTOR Dale Long PRE-PRESS Darrell Buckner, Joe Officer PRINTING Jay Early, Kevin Freudenberger, Wes Massey, Max Olmstead, Jon Ray PACKAGING/BINDERY Ron Smith, Danny Crum, Nate Ferguson, Nicholas Hartman, Marty Hixon, Charles Johnson, David Martin, Billy Tucker, Christopher Waddell DISTRIBUTION/CUSTOMER SERVICE Betty Campbell, Alberta Ducheny, Shirley Jones, Wendy Peay, Jon Southerland, Micheal Sumner, Ronnie Villarta, Nikki West PUBLISHER John M. Jones CO-PUBLISHER Gregg K. Jones GENERAL MANAGER Steven K. Harbison ADMINISTRATION Connie Cobble, Janet Medcalf ONLINE www.GreenevilleSun.com ONLINE DIRECTOR Brian Cutshall

About The Cover The 2013-2014 Greene County Guidebook cover features two highlyvisible developments of 2013 which are expected to have major impact here in their separate ways for many years to come. The photo on the left side of the cover shows site preparation under way for the $18-20 million expansion of the Greeneville-Greene County campus of Walters State Community College, between North Main and North College streets in Greeneville. The new facilities are scheduled to open in the fall of 2014. The expansion is expected to have a significant positive economic impact on the downtown area, in addition to making a major educational and economic impact in Greeneville/Greene County in many other ways. The photo on the right side of the cover shows the newly-restored moving electric flag atop the former First National Bank building, next to the Greene County Courthouse in the

heart of the Greeneville Historic District. A similar flag, built by the Post Sign Co., was mounted atop the tall downtown building in 1928, and it remained a lively, popular Greeneville landmark for many years. The original electric flag developed serious maintenance problems in the late-1960s. It was dark for more than a decade before private citizens commissioned the late Robert H. (Bob) Reynolds to fully restore it. The flag, which appears to ripple, was relighted on July 4, 1984, but it again went dark for maintenancerelated reasons some years later. It was restored this spring by buildingowner Scott M. Niswonger. The rippling electric flag was dramatically re-lighted on the evening of July 4, 2013, much to the pleasure of local citizens of all ages. Sun photo of WSCC site by O.J. Early. Sun photo of flag by Steven K. Harbison.


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Leaders In War And Peace Called Greeneville, Greene County Home

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reeneville and Greene County are both named in honor of Gen. Nathanael Greene, a Rhode Island Quaker who joined the revolutionary army under Gen. George Washington. Greene, a protégé of Washington’s and one of his most trusted officers, became an outstanding American general who led in the defeat of British forces in the South. After the Revolutionary War, Greene died at age 45. He never visited this area. Water from the spring that brought settlers to this area still runs quietly into Richland Creek, behind the GreenevilleGreene County Library on North Main Street. Before the settlers came to what is now Greene County, the Big Spring was the water source for Native Americans who lived in the area. The spring continued to serve as the leading local water source for more than 150 years after the Town of Greeneville was established in the early 1780s. DATES FROM EARLY 1780S What initially began as a tiny frontier village on a 300acre tract of land thought to have been a Revolutionary War grant to Robert Kerr, has grown into a modern, thriving community of approximately 15,000 residents. Greene County in 2010 had 68,831 inhabitants, according to the U.S. Census. The approximate founding date for Greene County is 1783 — the year the Greene County Court, predecessor of today’s Greene County Commission, first met in Kerr’s home, which stood near the Big Spring. According to the book, Greeneville: One Hundred Year Portrait, 1775-1875, authored by the late Richard Harrison Doughty, Greeneville is believed to have become the county seat (instead of other Greene County communities such as Rheatown or Warrens-

public view. A replica of the house in Raleigh in which Andrew Johnson was born sits directly across the street from the 1830s home. Furniture from that period is displayed in the building’s interior.

derbolt of the Confederacy,” a reference to his lightning-fast raids deep into Union-dominated territory. His men were known as “Morgan’s Raiders.” On the morning of Sept. 4, 1864, Morgan was shot to death on the grounds of the Williams home during a surprise attack by federal troops. He had spent the previous night at the Williams home. The brick residence, a famed showplace home from the early 1820s through the Civil War, has been restored as a house museum and now is called the Dickson-Williams Mansion. (Daily 90-minute tours start at 1 p.m. from the lobby of The General Morgan Inn.) The present-day General Morgan Inn, a one-time railroad hotel formerly named Grand Central Hotel and then Hotel Brumley, which closed in 1981, stands not far from the site where Morgan was shot. The century-old hotel was renovated in the 1990s and renamed in the slain Confederate general’s memory. The hotel was the key element of a $15 million public-private downtown revitalization project known as Morgan Square. The new General Morgan Inn opened in 1996. Further renovations occurred in 2007.

GENERAL JOHN H. MORGAN During the Civil War, Greeneville changed hands numerous times between Union and Confederate forces. Although the state as a whole had voted to secede from the Union, East Tennessee was an island of predominantly Unionist sentiment within the South. At times during the war years, colorful but controversial Confederate cavalry leader Gen. John Hunt Morgan was an overnight guest of Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Williams of Greeneville at their local residence. Admirers often referred to Gen. Morgan as “The Thun-

BOTH SIDES HONORED Greeneville is thought to be one of the few towns that honor both Union and Confederate forces on government property. Two monuments relating to the Civil War period stand on the lawn of the Greene County Courthouse. One, a statue of a standing Union soldier, is dedicated to local troops who served in the Grand Army of the Republic (Union army). The other, a granite slab with engraved text dealing with Gen. Morgan’s life and death, memorializes the fallen Confederate cavalry leader who died only a block away.

PHOTO SPECIAL TO THE SUN

Tim Massey, at left, and Artie O’Neal, right, were participaing in the 225th anniversary of the founding of Greene County in this 2008 photo. Massey portrayed Robert Kerr, a founder of Greeneville. O’Neal portrayed Daniel Kennedy, known as “the father of Greene County.” burg) because Kerr offered to grant property for use as a seat of the county government. The formal layout plans for Greeneville were created in 1786, according to Doughty’s book. The town was incorporated in 1796, when Tennessee became the 16th state, and was reincorporated in 1817, according to the late Tom Siler’s book, Tennessee Towns: From Adams to Yorkville. Also, Greeneville had the honor of serving as the capital of the short-lived state of Franklin from 1785 until 1788. The so-called “Lost State of Franklin” fell just short of congressional approval for statehood. CROCKETT, JOHNSON David “Davy” Crockett, frontiersman, congressman and folk hero, was born in the Limestone area of eastern Greene County in 1786. He died in Texas in 1836 among fellow defenders of the Alamo during the war for Texas inde-

pendence from Mexico. Andrew Johnson, 17th president of the United States, was born in Raleigh, N.C., in 1808, but called Greeneville his home from 1826 until his death in 1875. Johnson and his family are buried in the Andrew Johnson National Cemetery in Greeneville. Locally, the location is also referred to as Monument Hill. Johnson’s South Main Street home and his downtown tailor shop, the latter of which became an informal center for political debates in Greeneville during Johnson’s time, are open to the public and maintained as a National Historic Site by the National Park Service. The tailor shop is enclosed within the site’s Visitor Center and Museum. Another historic site pertaining to Johnson is his earlier Greeneville residence, located across College Street from the Visitor Center and tailor shop. This “Early House,” as it is called, is also now open for


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Some Interesting Things To Know About Greeneville, Greene County In area, Greene County is the fourth-largest county among Tennessee’s 95 counties. Greeneville is the county seat. LOCATION Greeneville is about 50 miles southwest of the Virginia state line at Bristol and Kingsport, and about 15 miles northwest of the North Carolina state line. The town is 70 miles northeast of Knoxville and 250 miles east of Nashville. Asheville, N.C., is about 50 miles to the southeast. Latitude: 36 degrees, 9 minutes north Longitude: 82 degrees, 50 minutes west Elevation: 1,597 feet above sea level Area in square miles: Greene County, 621.69; Greeneville, 16.17, or 10,348 acres.

SUN PHOTO BY O.J. EARLY

Greene County is characterized by rolling hills and valleys nestled between two ranges of the Appalachian Mountains — the Unaka range to the south of Greeneville, seen in this photo, and the Bays Mountain range County: to the north.

POPULATION Greene 68,831* Greeneville: 15,063 ** Baileyton: 430 ** Mosheim: 2,362 ** Tusculum: 2,663 ** * U.S. Census Bureau Quick Facts (2010) ** city-data.com (2011) CLIMATE Greene County enjoys four distinct seasons. Local weather patterns and temperatures usually do not reach extremes. A key reason why Greene County has a temperate climate is its rolling hills and valleys nestled between two ranges of the Appalachian Mountains — the Unaka range to the south, and the Bays Mountain range to the north. Average high temperature: 87 degrees F (July) Average low tem-

perature: 20 degrees F (January) Average annual precipitation: 44.28 inches POPULATION PROFILE Gender: 49.1 percent male; 50.9 percent female. Race: 96 percent white; 2.2 percent black; 2.7 percent Hispanic; 0.3 percent American Indian or Alaskan Native; 0.4 percent Asian; and 1.1 percent two or more races. Age: 5.3 percent under 5 years; 21.0 percent under 18 years; 55.7 percent 19 years to 64 years; 18.0 percent 65 years and over. Marital status: 58.8 percent male now married, not including those who are legally separated (population 15 years and over); 54.7 percent female

now married, not including those who are legally separated (population 15 years and over). Income: Median household income, $36,310, down from $36,867 in 2010 per-capita income, $19,036, up from $18,782 in 2010. Housing units : 32,202. Median value of owner-occupied housing units: $108,000, up from $104,200 in 2010. (Source: Most current numbers available from U.S. Census Bureau 2010 State & County Quickfacts and American Community Survey at www. census.gov)

For the 2012-2013 budget year, from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013, the Greene County tax rate on real estate located inside the town limits of Greeneville was $1.5137 per $100 of assessed (not appraised) valuation. Locally, this is called “the inside rate.” The rate is slightly lower than the county rate for property outside the town since property owners inside Greeneville do not pay the part of the overall county property tax rate that is allocated to retire county school bonds. (Greeneville operates its own school system, REAL ESTATE TAXES which is separate from Both Greene County and the Greene County School the Town of Greeneville system.) separately assess taxes For the 2012-2013 on real estate. budget year, the Greene

County tax rate for real estate located in Greene County but outside the Greeneville town limits was $1.7069 per $100 of assessed (not appraised) valuation. Adding $1.5137 (the inside rate) and $0.1932 (the Education Debt Service tax levy) produced a tax rate of $1.7069. Locally, this is referred to as the county’s “outside rate.” (The other three Greene County municipalities — Baileyton, Mosheim and Tusculum — are much smaller than Greeneville and do not have their own property tax. (As a result, property outside Greeneville but inside Baileyton, Mosheim, or Tusculum is taxed by Greene County, at the “outside rate.”)

The county tax rates for 2013-2014 were not available at the time of publication, but may be obtained by contacting the Greene County Trustee’s Office at 7981705. At the time of publication, the Greene County Property Assessor’s Office had completed a five-year reappraisal. A decline in property values resulted in a statemandated increase to the certified tax rate. The new certified rate was $1.6613 for the inside rate and $0.2056 for the county’s education debt, resulting in a new outside rate of $1.8669 per $100 of assessed value. Real estate inside the corporate limits of Greeneville is also taxed by the Town of Greeneville itself. For the 2013-2014 budget year, the Greeneville property tax rate is $2.0453 per $100 of assessed value. Note: The assessment rate for residential and agricultural property in Tennessee is 25 percent of the appraised value. For example, a $100,000 tract of residential or agricultural property would be assessed for tax purposes as having a value of $25,000. Commercial property is assessed at 40 percent of its appraised value. SALES TAX The sales tax in Greene County is 9.75 percent. Of that rate, the state’s share is 7 percent; the local option share, approved by local referendum, is 2.75 percent. WHEEL TAX The county “wheel tax” PLEASE SEE INTERESTING | 8


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Business & Industry More and more people and businesses are choosing to locate in Mosheim.

In Mosheim we’re ready to assist, develop and grow with Greeneville, Greene County and our industrial prospects and their projects. Infrastructure is readily available and includes water, sewer, gas, and electrical. Mosheim is a progressive community that is growing and a desirable location for families and new industries to locate. Come out! Look us over! Join us in our future growth and progress.

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Interesting Starts on Page 6 is $20 per registered motor vehicle. Of that amount $10 goes to the county highway fund for operations. The other $10 is used for financing the county’s general indebtedness, other than debt related to the Greene County School System, which is financed separately. Most (although not all) of the county’s general debt for which this $10 of the $20 wheel tax is used goes to pay off bonds that were issued a few years ago to pay for county road improvement. INCOME TAX The state of Tennessee does not tax wages or salaries. However, certain investment income is taxed. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES State-licensed restaurants and private clubs, both within Greeneville and outside Greeneville’s city limits, are allowed to sell mixed drinks to patrons 21 years old or older. By local ordinance, liquor (mixed drinks) may not be sold between 3 a.m. and 8 a.m. Monday through Saturday, or between 3 a.m. and noon on Sunday. Greeneville’s package liquor stores are allowed to sell alcohol for consumption off the premises. Liquor stores are allowed to be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Liquor stores are closed on Sundays and on five legal holidays: Christmas, New Year’s, Thanksgiving, Labor Day and Independence Day. Hours of beer sales in Greene County are not restricted. UTILITIES Electricity: Electrical power is provided by the Greeneville Light & Power System, through the system’s wholesale purchase of power from the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). Water: The Greeneville Water Commission provides water service to Greeneville

and some nearby areas, and sells water to the following utility districts: Chuckey, Cross Anchor, Glen Hills, Mosheim and Old Knoxville Highway. The water source for the Greeneville Water Commission is the Nolichucky River, which originates in North Carolina. The commission’s capacity is 16 million gallons per day. The North Greene Utility District uses Lick Creek as its primary water source. Sewage: The Greeneville Water Commission provides activated sludge treatment. The capacity is seven million gallons a day. Septic tank systems are widely used in the county. Installation and service of such systems is available through a number of local firms. Natural gas: Natural gas is available through Atmos Energy. Call 1-888-286-6700. Propane gas: Propane is available from Admiral Propane (639-7945), Heritage Propane (639-7788), and Marsh Petroleum (639-7226). LAW ENFORCEMENT Police: The Greeneville Police Department has 51 fulltime officers including eight detectives, 30 auxiliary officers, two records employees, and an IT staff member. Sheriff ’s Department: The Greene County Sheriff’s Department has 70 law enforcement officers and employees as well as 83 corrections officers, 12 auxiliary officers, and two officers overseeing litter pickup. Baileyton: Two full-time police officers, two part-time officers, and two auxiliary officers. Tusculum: Two police officers and five auxiliary officers. Tennessee Highway Patrol: A sergeant and five Tennessee Highway Patrol troopers are based in Greene County. Their primary responsibility is to respond to accidents on the Greene County sections of Interstate 81 and other state highways. The

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district THP office is at Fall Branch. FIRE PROTECTION G r e e nev i l le : T he Greeneville Fire Department employs 42 full-time firefighters. The department is equipped with four first-line pumpers, two of which are ladder trucks; two reserve pumpers; one brush truck; two command vehicles; one support vehicle; and three staff vehicles. Volunteer Fire Departments: Sixteen departments belong to the Greene County Association of Volunteer Fire Departments. AMBULANCE SERVICES Greene County-Greeneville Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is a joint agency of Greene County and Greeneville which provides ambulance service countywide in both emergency and non-emergency situations. The agency is licensed by the State of Tennessee as a Class A Ambulance Service, and all of its ambulances are licensed as Advanced Life Support Ambulances. The director is Robert Sayne. The 48 full-time and about 20 part-time EMS staff members are paid public employees and are either Emergency Medical Technicians or Paramedics. The agency is equipped with nine ambulances, of which six are on call 24 hours a day. The EMS headquarters is located at 815 W. Summer St., and there are four satellite stations at various locations: one on Coolidge Street in Greeneville, one on Edens Road in Tusculum, one behind Baileyton Town Hall, and one in Mosheim near West Greene High School. There is also an EMS Response Unit at the South Greene Volunteer Fire Department station on the Asheville Highway near South Greene High School. Training and uniforms for this unit’s staff are provided by the Greene County Sheriff’s Department. The Greeneville Fire Depart-

ment, the Caney Branch Volunteer Fire Department, and the Midway Volunteer Fire Department also work with the EMS as First Responders. EMERGENCY & RESCUE SQUAD The Greeneville Emergency & Rescue Squad is an entirelyvolunteer, United Way agency whose members are trained and equipped to provide a variety of emergency services. The squad often works closely with Greene County-Greeneville Emergency Medical Services and local fire departments in emergency situations. The approximately 40 volunteer members are trained in such skills as basic first aid, CPR, basic vehicle extrication (cutting people out of cars), rope rescue, structural collapse, and water search and rescue. Many, though not all, of its volunteer members also serve, separately, as full-time firefighters, EMS employees, or law enforcement officers. The squad headquarters is located at 602 West Church St. in Greeneville. The current captain is Bobby Matthews. PARKS AND RECREATION The Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department offers varied activities and sports for youth as well as adults. Sports offered for children through age 17 include baseball, softball, and basketball. More than 1,300 youth participated in Parks and Recreation sports teams in 20122013. Adult sports include softball and volleyball. Annual special events are conducted throughout the year. The department oversees Hardin Park, Forest Park, the downtown area greenspace, and the EastView Recreation Center, which houses the department’s administrative offices. The Greeneville Parks and Recreation Director is Harold “Butch” Patterson. The department’s phone number is 638-3143 or 638-3144. ECONOMIC RESOURCES Main Economic Generators : Manufacturing, truck-

ing, general farming, beef cattle, tourism and lumber. Timber : Oak, poplar, pine, and maple. M inera ls : Limestone, zinc, barite and mica. TRANSPORTATION Highways : Interstate 81; U.S. 11E (Andrew Johnson Highway, “the Bypass”); U.S. 321 (Newport Highway); Tennessee Routes 70S (Asheville Highway), 70N (Rogersville Road), 349 (Warrensburg Road), 348 (McDonald Road), 340 (Fish Hatchery Road) 93 (Kingsport Highway), 107 (Erwin Highway and Houston Valley Road), 172 (Baileyton Road), 351S (107 Cutoff), 351N (Rheatown Road). Airports: There are four airports in the region: • Greeneville-Greene County Municipal Airport, at 246 Airport Road, Greeneville, 37745. Phone: 639-6275. Online at www.greenevilleaviation.com. Airport identifier: GCY. • Tri-Cities Regional Airport TN/VA; at 2525 Hwy. 75, Blountville, 37617. Phone: (423) 325-6000. Online at www.triflight.com. Airport identifier: TRI. • McGhee Tyson Airport (Knoxville), at 2005 Alcoa Hwy., Alcoa, TN., 37701. Phone: (865) 342-3000. Online at www.flyknoxville.com. Airport identifier: TYS. • Asheville Regional Airport, at 61 Terminal Drive, Fletcher, N.C. 28732. Phone: (828) 6842226. Online at www.flyavl. com. Airport identifier: AVL. Buses: Greene Coach Company, which offers a wide variety of charter services and tours, has its headquarters in Greeneville. Call 1-800-338-5469, or go to www.greenecoach.com Taxis : B&B Cab (6202817), Candy’s Cab (5255560), Yellow Cab Co. (638 - 5252), and Royal Carriage Limousine (6393186) offers limo services in Greeneville. Railroad: Norfolk Southern Corporation (638-9082) operates a freight line running regularly through Greene County and Greeneville.


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Keep These Phone Numbers Handy For Non-Emergency Situations Local emergency assistance is only a phone call away by dialing 911. (See the article below for details about the 911 system.) The following numbers are for times when you may want or need to contact one of the following agencies on a nonemergency matter. COUNTY SHERIFF Business Office, open 24 hours 7981800 Greene County Detention Center 798-1802

Midway (Chief Anthony Ball) 3298726 Mosheim (Chief Harold Williamson) 306-7639 Town of Mosheim (Chief Jessie Lowery) 620-8951 Newmansville (Chief Cameron Waters) 278-4619 Nolichuckey, Washington Co. (Chief Charles Baines) 257-2803 Orebank (Chief Phil Inscore) 5523022 St. James (Chief Robert Bowers) 6397121 South Greene (Chief Johnny Powers) 639-5446 Sunnyside (Chief Anthony Shipley) 823-1868 Tusculum (Chief Alan Corley) 6388068 United (Chief Brad Ball) 234-0307 Wesley Holt is chief of the Greene County Association of Volunteer Fire Departments, 639-1889

FIRE DEPARTMENTS (non-emergency situations) Greeneville (Chief Mark Foulks) 638-4243 Camp Creek (Chief Jeff Wilburn) 639-8280 Caney Branch (Chief Ryan Holt) 7989313 Cedar Creek (Chief Eric Cutshaw) 972-1520 DeBusk (Chief Brandon Smith) 5257191 HOSPITALS Fall Branch, Washington Co. Laughlin Memorial Hospital (Chief Roger Phillips) 348-7171 787-5000 Limestone, Washington Co. www.laughlinmemorial.org (Chief Steve Archer) 257-2571 791-1341 Takoma Regional Hospital McDonald (Chief Steven Holzerman) 639-3151 620-4948 www.takoma.org

EMERGENCY SERVICES Greeneville Emergency & Rescue Squad, 638-3431 Greene County-Greeneville Emergency Medical Services, 798-1720 Greeneville-Greene County Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, 798-1729 Poison Control Center, 1-800-2221222 www.aapcc.org SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE CHIPS Domestic Violence Shelter (serves Greene, Unicoi and Carter counties) 743-0022 Also on Facebook: Change is Possible Sexual Assault Center of East Tennessee 865-558-9040 Crisis hotline 865-522-7273 POLICE (NON-EMERGENCY) Baileyton 234-6911 Greeneville 639-7111 Tusculum 638-6211 STATE, FEDERAL AGENCIES Tennessee Highway Patrol 348-6144 www.tn.gov/safety Federal Bureau of Investigation

(FBI Knoxville office) (865) 544-0751 www.fbi.gov Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) (615) 744-4000 (24 hrs.) www.tbi.tn.gov Office of Homeland Security East TN Office: 317-8044 Nashville: (615) 532-7825 www.tennessee.gov/homelandsecurity U.S. Forest Service 638-4109 www.fs.fed.us/ CDC Public Response Hot Line Bioterrorism (response to anthrax, small pox, and other outbreaks) 1-888-2324636 www.bt.cdc.gov/emcontact National Center for Missing and Exploited Children 1-800-843-5678 (24 hours) www.missingkids.com AMBER ALERTS If you have information pertaining to an Amber Alert, a national agency that distributes information and alerts about missing children, please call your local police non-emergency contact number.

911 System Provides Life-Saving Services With One Phone Call The local 911 system is located at 111 Union St. In its 19th year of operations, the program allows residents to request fire, police or emergency medical assistance by dialing 911. When calls are made to 911 for Greene County-Greeneville Emergency Medical Services (EMS), the Greeneville Emergency & Rescue Squad, the Greeneville Fire Department and 15 rural volunteer fire departments, the appropriate unit or units are dispatched. The 911 center also takes calls for the Greeneville Police Department and the Greene County Sheriff's Department, but such calls are transferred immediately to those departments' dispatchers for assignment to police officers or sheriff's deputies. Only emergency calls should be made

by dialing 911. For non-emergency calls to the 911 office, dial 638-8663. When a call from a base phone, or a home or office phone, is received by the center, the caller's phone number and location are displayed on a screen in front of the 911 dispatcher.

can be seen easily from the road. Suggested locations are on a house, on a mailbox, or on a post next to the driveway. A 911 address must be obtained by all newcomers, or local families who move from one residence to another, before having telephone service installed. CenturyLink helps enforce this reguCELLPHONES lation by not hooking up phone services The CenturyLink telephone company until a 911 address has been acquired. provides the database for all of the location information. 911 STAFF Phone numbers, as well as home and Director: Jerry Bird business addresses, are contained in For Address Changes: Charlie Garant the database. and John Waddell Part-Time Bookkeeper: Brenda WadPOST REFLECTIVE NUMBERS dell To ease the difficulty of tracking Full-Time Dispatchers: Kelley Dabbs, down a house or business, the 911 pro- Lisa Stephenson, Della Sue Belt, Kevin gram requests that four-inch reflective Ayers, Misty Prokop, Seth Spradlin, house numbers be placed where they Rebecca Hilton, and Sheryll Johnson.

Part-Time Dispatchers: Dewey Cox, Wesley Holt, Kim Taylor, and James White. Board Of Directors: William Gary Holt, chai r ma n, c om mu n it y rep resentative ; R ober t Say ne, EMS d i r e c t or ; L eR oy T ipt on Jr., a law yer, who ser ves as secreta r y; C. R ay Ada ms, CPA , treasu rer; Cou nty Sher if f Steve Bur ns, law enforcement representative ; Rya n Holt, representative of the Greene Cou nty A ssociation of Volu nteer F i r e D epa r t ment s ; G r e enev i l le F i re Ch ief M a rk Fou l k s ; M a r ga ret Greenway, Greene Cou nty Com m ission representative ; a nd Bill Brown, director of the GreenevilleGreene County Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security. The phone number for non-emergency calls is 638-8663.


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Phone Numbers, Website Addresses That May Come In Handy CenturyLink Repair Service: 639-6711 www.GreenevilleSun.com Telephone numbers, website addresses that you Greene County Mayor: 798-1766 Greeneville Town Hall: 639-7105 may need: www.greenecountytngovt.com Greeneville Water Office: 638-3148, 798-2030 Atmos Energy: (888) 286-6700 Greene County Partnership: 638-4111 (after hours) 638-5531 www.atmosenergy.com www.greenecountypartnership.com www.greenevillewater.org Baileyton Town Hall: 234-6911 Greene County Schools: 639-4194 Greeneville Water Office (sewer plant): 639Bulls Gap City Hall: 235-5216 www2.greenek12.org 1022, 798-2035 Greene Technology Center: 639-0171 Greeneville City Schools: 787-8000 (after hours): 638-5531 www.gcschools.net/cft www2.gcschools.net Mosheim Town Hall: 422-4051 Comcast: 1-800-COMCAST Greeneville Light & Power System: 636-6200 Tusculum City Hall: 638-6211 www.comcast.com www.glps.net Tusculum College: 636-7300 County Water Office: 639-6362 GL&PS Repair Service (after hours): 636-6202 www.tusculum.edu CenturyLink (local telephone company): 1-800Greeneville Parks & Recreation Dept.: 638Walters State Community College: 585-2600 366-8201 3143, 638-3144 www.ws.edu www.centurylink.com The Greeneville Sun: 638-4181

‘Keep Greene Beautiful’ Works To Keep The Community Litter-Free Keep Greene Beautiful (KGB), a Keep America Beautiful affiliate, is a program of the Greene County Partnership that strives to improve the appearance of the community. Keep Greene Beautiful works to achieve its goal of a cleaner and more beautiful commu-

nity through educating children and adults on the importance of litter control and good solidwaste practices. According to Jennifer Reynolds, director of the program, Keep Greene Beautiful is dedicated to maintaining a litter-control program,

promoting a clean and beautiful environment, and instilling good environmental and solidwaste management practices. For more information, contact Reynolds at the Greene County Partnership: 638 - 4111, or go to www.greenecountypartnership.com

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Utility Services: Information About Getting Connected Several utilities serve this community. Information about connection, reconnection and billing may be obtained by calling the local office of each utility. Information in this article was provided by the service-providers. WATER Greeneville Water Commission Location: 516 N. Main St. Office hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Phone: 638-3148 daytime; 638-5531 nights, weekends, and holidays. Website: www.greenevillewater.org Services: Water and sewer service is provided to residents of Greeneville and other areas served by five utility districts. Getting Connected: Go to the office and provide the name, billing address and location where service is needed. Renters and leasers must provide a copy of their rent / lease agreement or rent / lease receipt. The customer establishing service must pay a deposit (property owners, $ 20 ; renters, $75) plus a non-refundable ser vice charge (inside the Greeneville city limits, $25; outside the Greeneville city limits, $ 35) before service can be started. An employee of the Water Commission can usually come to the customer’s house and start water service on the same day that the deposit and ser vice charges are paid. For t ho s e in Greeneville, the minimum bill for just water

businesses. AT&T Phone: 1-888-7576500 Website: www.att.com Service: AT&T supplies telephone service for the 235 telephone exchange. NATURAL GAS Atmos Energy Location: 1221 Snapps Ferry Road Office hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays Phone: 1-888-2866700 Website : w w w. atmosenergy.com Getting Connected: Call or visit the website to start service. If a residence already has a natural gas line, the gas SUN PHOTO BY O.J. EARLY is usually turned on by The Greeneville Water Department provides water and sewer service to residents the next business day. To of Greeneville and five other utility districts in the county. The Water Department install a line and turn on the gas requires three to is located at 516 N. Main St. Laura White is the superintendent. four weeks. usage is $ 5.99 per month. The minimum bill for just sewer use is $ 9.42, for a total minimum montly cost of $15.41 inside the city limits of Greeneville. Outside Greeneville’s city limits, those without sewer access are charged triple the Greeneville rates. The minimum bill for just water access is $11.98, and the minimum bill for just sewer access is $15.32. The total minimum bill for both water and sewer access outside of Greeneville’s city limits is $27.30. UTILITY DISTRICTS Those residing outside the Greeneville Water Commission’s service area may arrange for water service through the utility district in the part of the county in which they live.

Chuckey Utility District: 639-6362 Cross Anchor Utility District: 639-6362 Glen Hills Utility District: 639-8622 Mosheim Water Works: 422-4051 North Greene Utility 234-3145 Old Knox Utility District: 422-1660 ELECTRICITY Greeneville Light & Power System Location: 110 North College St. Office hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays Phone: 636-6200 Website: www.glps.net S e r v ic e : T he Greeneville Light & Power System (GL&PS) buys electricity from the

Tennessee Valley Authority and sells it to retail customers in Greene County. Getting Connected: Two forms of identification are required. A security deposit may also be required. Contact GL&PS for details. TELEPHONE CenturyLink Location: Nearest store is in Johnson City at 1914 N. Roan, Suite 104 Office hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday Contact: 423-9892370 General business info phone: 877-2905458 Website: www.centurylink.com Service: CenturyLink provides broadband, voice and wireless services to consumers and

PROPANE Admiral Propane Location: 1145 Forest St. Office hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, 8 a.m. to noon Saturday. Phone: 639-7945 Getting Connected: Service is usually set up within two weeks of the customer’s request, providing free estimates of installation costs for tanks, water heaters, and other equipment. Tank rental has a yearly fee of $65 plus tax. Commercial rates are available. Marsh Petroleum Location: 253 Baileyton Road Office hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays Phone: 639-7226 Website: www.marshpet.com Getting Connected: Marsh Petroleum provides free estimates of installation costs for

equipment such as tanks, water heaters and floor and wall furnaces. Installation is usually within 20 days of the customer’s request. After installing the equipment, customers must pay for the gas within 30 days. There is a yearly fee for tank rental, and rates depend on the amount of equipment the customer chooses. The company also has industrial and commercial rates. Heritage Propane Location: 135 W. Bernard Ave. Office hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays Phone: 639-7788 Getting Connected: Installation date depends on the time of the year service is requested, with fall and winter being the busiest seasons. Payment should be made within 30 days after installation. Shaw LP fills propane cylinders and offers industrial and commercial rates. The company also provides free estimates on cost of installing equipment and tanks. CABLE/SATELLITE TV Comcast Location: 241 W. Summer St. Office hours: MondayFriday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. First Saturday of each month 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Phone: 1-800-COMCAST Website: www.comcast.com Direct TV Phone : 1-800-3703587 Website: www.directv. com Dish Network Phone: 1-800-8234929 Website: http://www. dishnetwork.com


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Take ‘A Walk With The President’ In Downtown Greeneville Historic landmarks throughout downtown Greeneville connect its past with its present and future. Although Greeneville is now thriving in the 21st century, reminders survive that Andrew Johnson, 17th president of the United States, called this area his home more than 150 years ago. Visiting these historic places can make the past come alive. “A Walk With The President” is a tour brochure provided for those interested in walking or driving on a self-guided tour that allows you to see the sites that were once very familiar to President Johnson. The latest edition is available at the Greene County Partnership, 115 Academy St., or at the Andrew Johnson Visitor Center, where College and East Depot streets meet in downtown Greeneville. “A Walk With The President” details the historic sites and provides a map for the tour. Through an agreement between Main Street: Greeneville and the National Park Service, walking tours of historic points in downtown Greeneville are offered from April through October. Tours depart from the General Morgan Inn’s lobby at 9:30 a.m. Tours of the Dickson-Williams Mansion are also available. They are available year-round

except for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s, and depart from the General Morgan Inn daily at 1 p.m. Call Main Street Tours at 787-0500 for more information.

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The National Park Service operates and maintains the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site. Daniel Luther, above, is a member of the Historic Site staff and his duties include giving public tours of the Andrew Johnson Homestead. Luther is also gifted at portraying the 17th president — the reason that “President Johnson,” also seen above, can still be observed making public appearances at local historic events.

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Walk Starts on Page 13 JOHNSON’S BACKGROUND Born on Dec. 29, 1808, in Raleigh, N.C., Johnson was only three years old when his father died. His mother raised him and eventually apprenticed him to a tailor when he was 14. Abandoning his apprenticeship, Johnson moved to Greeneville in 1826, along with his mother, his brother, and their stepfather. Only a year later, Johnson married Eliza McCardle. Supported by his wife and customers, Johnson advanced his education and began developing the strongly constitutional philosophy that marked his politics. Johnson operated his tailor shop in a clapboard building typical of the day, often debating local, state and national political issues with friends as he cut and stitched clothing. Rising to the position of Greeneville alderman in 1829, Johnson moved forward from there in successive leadership roles at the local, state and national levels to hold the highest office in the land in 1865. The places indicated in allcapital letters below are the tour sites listed in “A Walk With The President” and are numbered on the map in the brochure. Other historical sites not officially included as part of the tour — such as some of Greeneville’s older private homes — are occasionally mentioned, but not printed in all-capitals. Preserved inside a brick structure, which also houses the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site Visitors Center, is the ANDREW JOHNSON TAILOR SHOP. This location is where the “Walk With The President” begins. Visitors can see the tailor shop, along with a table made by Johnson’s brother, Tyler, and a stove that was used to heat small buildings of the day.

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The Andrew Johnson Homestead on South Main Street, which is managed by the National Park Service, is a picturesque site during all seasons. The sound of footsteps on the wooden floor, the noise of shears snipping cloth, and other sound effects are used to bring the tailor/president to life. Some of the newer displays in the museum include the “Polk jewelry,” given to Martha Johnson, daughter of Andrew, by Sarah Childress Polk, wife of President James K. Polk, while Johnson was still a member of Congress; and Eliza Johnson’s sewing kit. There is also a display case that features different artifacts every three months. A new specialty display in honor of the 150th anniversary of Andrew Johnson’s death is on display through 2015. A short DVD movie provides visitors with an introduction to the site as well as to Johnson’s political and personal life. Across College Street from the Visitors Center stands the ANDREW JOHNSON

HOME (1838-1851), often referred to locally as “The 1830s Home.” Johnson and his family lived in this two-story brick house before moving to his more elegant home, called “The Homestead,” on South Main Street, which will be mentioned later. Included with the decor of the 1830s house are historical displays about Johnson’s life up until the time of his presidency. Across Depot Street from the Visitor Center, a bronze statue of Andrew Johnson gazes solemnly at the world. Jim Gray, a noted East Tennessee artist and sculptor, executed the work, which was erected in 1995 as a gift to the community from the estate of the late Margaret Johnson Patterson Bartlett, greatgranddaughter of Johnson. Across College Street from the statue, a Johnson-related point of interest now stands. A former tobacco warehouse on

the corner of the intersection was torn down, and the site is now home to the newest Johnson-related monument: a replica of the very modest North Carolina structure in which Johnson was born. All four corners of the Depot Street/College Street/Academy Street intersection, now officially designated by the town as Andrew Johnson Square, are occupied by memorials to the 17th president. OLD HARMONY GRAVEYARD is next on the tour. This historic site is where many important former residents of the community were laid to rest. The site is located directly behind Greeneville Town Hall. The site was established as a cemetery in 1791 in connection with what was then Harmony Presbyterian Church. That congregation evolved into today’s First Presbyterian Church, which will be visited

later on the tour route. Some of the Scots-Irish settlers of Greeneville are buried in Old Harmony Graveyard. Other notables who rest in Old Harmony Graveyard include Mordecai Lincoln, Dr. Hezekiah Balch, Dr. Charles Coffin, Valentine Sevier, William Dickson, Dr. Alexander Williams and Blackstone McDannel. Soldiers who were in every American war from the Revolution through the Civil War are buried there. The next site is nearby GREENEVILLE TOWN HALL. This classical-style building, completed in 1967, stands on historic grounds. The church that later became Greeneville’s First Presbyterian Church was on this site. At another time, the home of Judge Sam Milligan, a contemporary of Johnson, stood on the grounds. A pioneering abolitionist newspaper, published by a Quaker named Benjamin Lundy during the 1822-1824 period, was located on or near this site. The newspaper was called the Genius of Universal Emancipation. While in Greeneville, Lundy also published a weekly paper, the Economist and Political Paper. After 1824, the Genius was moved to Baltimore. Jeffers Funeral & Cremation Services, next door to Town Hall, occupies an 1893 Victorian house, initially the M.P. Reeve home. From Town Hall, go across College Street to the Roby Fitzgerald Adult Center. Greeneville’s first public school was operated out of this building. Opening in the early 1890s, it eventually came to be known as Roby Fitzgerald School, named for Miss Roby Fitzgerald, a much-admired and much-loved principal and teacher who educated many Greeneville citizens within the school’s brick walls. Today the building houses PLEASE SEE WALK | 15


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Walk Starts on Page 14 the Roby Fitzgerald Adult Center (a senior citizens’ facility), and the RSVP and ACCESS programs. Next to the Roby Fitzgerald Adult Center is a small log cabin that is a representation of the CAPITOL OF THE LOST STATE OF FRANKLIN. From 1785 to 1788, Greeneville was the capital of the short-lived “Lost State of Franklin.” In 1796, this area became part of Tennessee when the state was established. The structure represents the style of a building, shown in early photographs, that was reported to have been the actual capitol building of the “lost state.” The original capitol stood on the site of the existing Greene County Courthouse. Behind the representation

THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK of the Franklin capitol and adjacent to the GreenevilleGreene County Library is BICENTENNIAL PARK, developed in 1983 in celebration of Greeneville’s 200th birthday. Near the park is the BIG SPRING, which runs through a picturesque stone-lined moat under a quaint, arching footbridge. Many years ago, it was simply a wilderness spring that attracted game, Native Americans, and, finally, settlers who became the first residents of Greeneville. Samuel Doak, famed frontier preacher, is said to have preached at this spring. For more than 150 years, the Big Spring served as the town’s major water supply. Close by the Big Spring is one of Greeneville’s two VALENTINE SEVIER HOUSES. Valentine Sevier, a nephew of John Sevier, Tennessee’s first governor — who also was governor of Franklin, an early settler, and a famed Indian

fighter — built this house around 1820. It is a private residence now. Heading up North Main Street at the Spencer Street intersection, one next encounters the HENEGAR TRIM HOUSE, which dates from immediately after the Civil War. A few doors up from the Henegar Trim House is the JAMES M. FOWLER HOUSE, built in the 1850s. Dr. Fowler’s wedding coat was made by Andrew Johnson and is on display in the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site Visitor Center, which includes Johnson’s tailor shop. The RIPLEY HOUSE (1868) and the EDMUND B. MILLER HOUSE (1856) are examples of Greek Revival architecture. During the Civil War, Miller, a Union supporter, may have been the individual who led Union troops to Greeneville, where their attack led to the death of Confederate Gen. John Hunt Morgan. Other historic homes across

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North Main above Spencer are HARMONY HOUSE, a beautiful two-story brick home built in 1851, and ANTRIM, a combination of two restored, linked log structures originally built by Thomas Alexander at a different Greene County site, and brought to North Main. Antrim has for years been nestled among the trees at the rear and to the north side of Harmony House. This year, new owners have carefully disassembled the two log houses and will be relocating, combining, and expanding them into their residence at a site about 20 feet closer to the front of the lot. Confederate soldiers camped in the back yard during the Civil War. Harmony House was the home of Dr. W.A. Harmon, who was a teacher at Rhea Academy in the 1850s and was also a physician and a lawyer. Heading back down Main Street into the downtown area, one soon encounters the property upon which once stood the ROBERT KERR HOUSE. Kerr was the man

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who provided land to Greene County for use as a county seat. His provision of that land is believed to have been the key reason why Greeneville, and not some other Greene County community, became the county seat. Kerr’s log house also served as a tavern and a meeting place for the Upper House of the State of Franklin legislature. Greeneville’s First Baptist Church stands on the old Kerr property. Just past the old Kerr property is the site where the GREENEVILLE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, founded in 1841 with 30 charter members, stands at the corner of Main and Church streets. The structure is another fine example of Greek Revival architecture. The church’s best known feature is a cannonball, which is representative of the one that PLEASE SEE WALK |16

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Walk Starts on Page 15 slammed into the front wall on Sept. 4, 1864, the day Gen. John Hunt Morgan was killed nearby. Just around the corner and across West Church Street stands ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH, occupying a beautiful, traditional church building. Built in 1850 and designed by George M. Spencer, this white frame church’s interior features elegant walnut woodwork and pews, a one-time slave gallery (now the choir loft), and the oldest organ in Tennessee. A sign in the churchyard states, “The center of this block was once the garden of the Williams House [now known as the Dickson-Williams Mansion] where Brig. Gen. John Hunt Morgan of Morgan’s Raiders fame and his staff were billeted. Just after dawn, a detail of Brig. Gen. Alvan C. Gillem’s Federal forces slipped past Confederate outposts, surrounded the house, surprised and killed Morgan and captured his staff.” At the intersection of Irish and Church streets, one will discover the restored DICKSON-WILLIAMS MANSION (referred to previously as “the Williams House”). Once an East Tennessee showplace residence, the house was built by Greeneville’s first postmaster, William Dickson, between 1815 and 1821 for his daughter, Catharine, as a future wedding present. In 1823, when she was married, the fine brick home became the residence of Catharine Dickson and her husband, Dr. Alexander Williams. Notables who were entertained there in the ensuing decades included Presidents James K. Polk and Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, Mrs. Francis Hodgson Burnett (author of Little Lord Fauntleroy) and Gen. Wade Hampton. During the Civil War, as Greeneville changed hands, the house was used from time to time as both a Union and

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The Edmund B. Miller home on North Main Street in Greeneville is an example of Greek Revival architecture. Miller, a Union supporter during the Civil War, may have been the individual who led Union troops to Greeneville before the attack that led to the death of Confederate Gen. John Hunt Morgan. a Confederate headquarters, and provided lodging for Gens. Ambrose Burnside and Alvan C. Gillem of the Union Army and Gen. Morgan of the Confederate Army. Tours of the Dickson-Williams Mansion start daily at 1 p.m. from the lobby of the General Morgan Inn. Call Main Street Tours at 787-0500 for more information. Back on Main Street is the FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, at 110 N. Main St. Dating to 1848, the building is an example of Federal architecture. Established in 1780, the church has the earliest origin among Greene County congregations, and grew out of the old Mt. Bethel Church. The church was known as Harmony Church before its name was changed to First Presbyterian Church. The DRAKE-BROWN HOUSE, built during the 1850s by Lewis J. Drake, stands at 206 S. Irish St. It later became the home of John A. Brown. The SHEETS HOME is located next door. This establishment

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later became the family home of Dr. and Mrs. George E. Scott and the location of his dental practice. Today their son, Dr. Haden Scott, practices dentistry there. The SAMUEL SNAPP HOUSE is next in line, and the RUMBOUGH HOUSE, home of a Confederate officer during the Civil War, is across the street. Both date from the 1840s. Circling back to South Main Street at East Depot Street on the official “Walk With the President” route, one finds the governmental center of the county at COURTHOUSE SQUARE. Many of Greeneville’s most important historic events have occurred here, dating back to the days when the State of Franklin’s capitol stood there. Other highlights include the Greeneville Union Convention of June 1861 and the funeral of President Andrew Johnson in 1875. Monuments on the courthouse lawn honor, among others, John Sevier, governor of the State of Franklin and first elected governor of the new Tennessee in 1796; the many Union soldiers

from Greene County who served in the Civil War, and Confederate Gen. John Hunt Morgan. Near Courthouse Square is the tour’s next stop, the MANSION HOUSE. This house was the site of an 1835 reception for Andrew Jackson. It was also originally the home of John Dickson. The current appearance of the home differs significantly from the original. Once a two-story brick house with double chimneys, it now houses the business Adams & Plucker, CPA, and looks more like a typical storefront than the residential mansion it originally was. Farther down South Main Street is the SEVIER-LOWRY HOUSE, Greeneville’s oldest standing structure and the second Valentine Sevier house on the tour route. Though covered with clapboards for more than a century, the core of this 1790s structure is actually constructed of logs. The mantel in the drawing room comes from the law office of Gen. Thomas D. Arnold, a noted local attorney and congressman who lived in Greeneville from about 1830 until his death in 1870. Next door to the Sevier-Lowry house is GREENWOOD, a twostory brick house that was begun in 1810 and expanded in the late 1840s. It was occupied by the McDowell family until the Civil War, then became the residence of William R. Brown. Across South Main Street from Greenwood is the ANDREW JOHNSON HOMESTEAD — preserved by the U.S. government as part of the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site. Johnson purchased his first Greeneville home, the brick house near his tailor shop, from Mordecai Lincoln, a second cousin to Abraham Lincoln, and also the man who performed the marriage ceremony of Johnson and Eliza McCardle. A legal snag kept the title to the house from going through to Johnson for about 20 years. When Johnson finally received the title, he traded the house along with $950 for the home that most people today associate with him — the Johnson Homestead. During the most momentous years of his public life, this was Johnson’s Tennes-

see residence. Open to the public, this house provides a glimpse into the home life of Johnson and his family, and of domestic life generally in the mid-1800s. On most days, guided tours may be scheduled hourly. Tour arrangements are made at the Andrew Johnson Visitor Center located on College Street at the corner of East Depot Street. The next stop on the tour is the NATHANAEL GREENE MUSEUM, on West McKee Street at South Main Street. Reflecting more than 200 years of history, this museum contains artifacts from throughout Greene County illustrating various aspects of life here over the centuries. THE ANDREW JOHNSON NATIONAL CEMETERY, with entrances on both Monument Avenue and Crescent Street, was originally known as Signal Hill. Andrew Johnson himself selected the hill, which belonged to him at the time, as his final resting place. Johnson’s wife, his mother, his mother-in-law, and all of his children are buried there. The rest of the cemetery is used for the burial of honorably discharged military personnel and their spouses. Many Civil War veterans are buried there. Open to the public is the OLD GREENE COUNTY GAOL, located behind the Greene County Courthouse. The one-story limestone-rock jail was originally erected in 1804-05 in what is now the middle of Depot Street. The dungeon-like gaol was torn down and moved to its present site in 1838, and in 1882, a red brick second story was added. Other historic homes in the downtown district include: the Wheat Williams House (early 1800s), corner of McKee and Irish streets; the McKee House and Law Office (1860s), opposite the Wheat Williams House on the corner of McKee and Irish streets; the Dr. J.E. Alexander Home (postCivil War), West Irish Street; “Boxwood Manor,” the Joseph R. Brown-Milligan House (1850s), South Main Street; and the James G. Reaves House (Walnut Lawn Farm”) (1855), also on South Main Street.


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DO DScrape excess grease in a container and dispose of it in the garbage. DPlace food scraps in waste containers or garbage bags for disposal with solid wastes, or start a compost pile; promote use of scraping ware prior to washing. DPlace a wastebasket in the bathroom to dispose of solid wastes. Disposable diapers, condoms, and personal hygiene products do not belong in the sewer system. DPromote the concept of “3 R’s”: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.

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Heritage And Historical Organizations Are Quite Active In The Community A number of organizations focus Nathanael Greene Museum on preser ving the rich historical Contact: Earl Fletcher, executive heritage of the community. They director, 636-1558 include: Website: www.nathanaelgreenemuseum.com Andrew Johnson Heritage Association Overmountain Victory Trail Contact: Joyce Doughty, membership Association, Nolichucky Settlechair, 639-1675. ment Chapter Contact: Chairman Doug Ledbetter, Baileyton Area Historical Soci- 948-9490. ety Website: www.ovta.org Contact: Myra Moore, president, 234-2632. Sons of Confederate Veterans, John Hunt Morgan Camp 2053 Dickson-Williams Historical Contact: Camp Commander Tim Association Massey, 525-4113. Contact: Sarah Webster, 638-7006. Website: www.scv.org Greene County Genealogical Ladies’ Aid Society (in association Society with John Hunt Morgan Camp) Contact: Don Miller, 638-5034 or 638Contact: Heather Youngblood, presi9866 (T. Elmer Cox Library). dent. 525-2621. Greene County Heritage Trust Sons of the Revolution, NathanaContact: George Blanks, president, el Greene Chapter 638-4740. Contact: Gary Randles, president, 639-1407.

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Greene County Officials And Committees Listed Following is a listing of officials who Budget Director: Mary Shelton are either elected or appointed to operate Building & Zoning Commissioner: Greene County’s government, as well as Tim Tweed members of the county’s appointed boards Planning Coordinator: Amy Tweed and commissions and joint Greene CountyPurchasing Agent: Diane Swatzell Greeneville boards and commissions. County Attorney: Roger Woolsey (Note: In listings in this article, an asterDirector of Veterans Services: Steve isk* denotes the chairman of the commit- Alexander tee or board.) Constables: Johnny L. Brown, J.R. Jackson, District 1; Kenneth W. Bitner, COUNTY OFFICIALS Bobby C. Collins, District 2; Orville L. Mayor: Alan D. Broyles Collins Jr., William Dean Parton, District Director of Schools: Dr. Vicki Kirk 3; Josh L. Kesterson, Danny Sauceman, County Sheriff: Steve Burns District 4; Phil Belisario, Wayne Kelton, General Sessions and Juvenile District 5. Court Judge: Kenneth Bailey Jr. Road Superintendent: David Weems COUNTY COMMISSION County Clerk: David Thompson The 21-member Greene County ComCircuit Court Clerk: Pam Venerable mission serves as the county’s legislaClerk and Master: Kay Solomon Arm- tive body. Commissioners’ names, party strong affiliations and commission districts they Register of Deeds: Joy Rader Nun- represent are: nally 1st District: Fred Malone (D), Wade Trustee: Dan Walker McAmis (R), Charles “Tim” White (D). Assessor of Property: Chuck Jeffers District consists of the Baileyton, WoodAdministrator Of Elections: Donna lawn, Hardins, Lost Mountain, Union Burgner Temple, West Pines and Cross Anchor

voting precincts. 2nd District: John D. Carter (R), Ted Hensley (R), Rennie Hopson (R). District consists of the Forest Hills, Chuckey-Doak, Chuckey, Jockey and Newmansville precincts. 3rd District: Robert K. Bird (R), Robin Quillen (R). The district includes both Tusculum precincts (inside the city and outside), as well as Greystone. 4th District: Lloyd “Hoot” Bowers (R), Phil King (R), M.C. Rollins, Jr. (D). The district includes the DeBusk, Flag Branch, South Greene and Sunnyside precincts. 5th District: Anthony Sauceman (R), Hilton Seay (R). District 5 includes the Caney Branch, McDonald, Warrensburg, Orebank, Mohawk and Glenwood precincts. 6th District: Margaret Greenway (R), Nathan Holt (R), John Waddle Jr. (D). District 6 includes the Mt. Carmel, Mt. Pleasant, Midway and Mosheim precincts. 7th District: Jan Kiker (R), Jimmy Sams (R).

The district contains the Tusculum View, EastView and High School precincts. 8th District: David Crum (R) and William “Bill” Moss (R), and William “Bill” Dabbs (D). District 8 includes the Highland-Roby, Andrew Johnson, Courthouse and Middle School precincts. COMMISSION COMMITTEES The following are members of boards, committees and authorities that oversee some part of the operations of county government and, in many cases, make recommendations to the County Commission. Some, but not all, serve by virtue of their membership on the County Commission. 911 Sign Committee: Jerry Bird, Lloyd “Hoot” Bowers, Rennie Hopson, Fred Malone, Anthony Sauceman. Animal Control Committee: Jan Kiker*, David Crum, Robert K. Bird, Lloyd “Hoot” Bowers, Margaret Greenway, Rennie Hopson, Justin House, Fred Malone, PLEASE SEE OFFICIALS |20

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Officials Starts on Page 19 Anthony Sauceman. Beer Board: Lloyd “Hoot” Bowers*, David Crum, Bill Moss. Board of Equalization: Joseph Wildman, Ray Crum, Marc Pillar, Phil Gentry and Wayne Phillips. Board of Zoning Appeals: Lloyd “Hoot” Bowers, James V. Carter, Charles G’Fellers, Mabrey G’fellers, Margaret Greenway, Ted Hensley, Zack Neas. Budget & Finance Committee: Alan D. Broyles*, Robert K. Bird, Phil King, M.C. Rollins Jr., Hilton Seay, Mary Shelton (ex officio). Building Code Committee: John Carter, Margaret Greenway, Ted Hensley, Nathan Holt, Rennie Hopson, Phil King, Robin Quillen, Jimmy Sams, Tim White. Cable Franchise Committee: Nathan Holt, Phil King, Wade McAmis, Robin Quillen, Jimmy Sams, Anthony Sauceman, Roger Woolsey. Civil Service Board: Gene Gaby, Jack Kilday, Hugh Wells. Courthouse and Workhouse Committee: Steve Burns (ex officio), John Carter, Phil King, Fred Malone*, Jimmy Sams, Tim White. Debris Ordinance Committee: Jan Kiker*, Margaret Greenway, Wade McAmis, Robin

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Quillen, Tim White. Delinquent Tax Board: Robert Bird, Rennie Hopson, John Waddle Jr., Anthony Sauceman. Education Committee: Lloyd “Hoot” Bowers, David Crum, Nathan Holt, Jan Kiker, Dr. Vicki Kirk, Wade McAmis, Jimmy Sams, Hilton Seay*, Tim White. Ethics Committee: Hilton Seay,* Robert K. Bird, David Crum, Rennie Hopson, Jan Kiker, Phil King, Wade McAmis, David Thompson, Tim White. Extension Office Committee: Alan Broyles (ex officio), Dale Collette, David Crum, Julie Kleinlein, Betty Love, Jerry McNabb, Hilton Seay, Tim White. Industrial Park Committee: Lloyd “Hoot” Bowers, John Carter, Ted Hensley, Jan Kiker, Phil King, Jimmy Sams, Anthony Sauceman. Insurance Committee: Alan D. Broyles*, Steve Burns, Margaret Greenway, Dan Jackson (risk manager, consultant), Vickie Kirk, Bill Moss, Jimmy Sams, Mary Shelton, John Waddle Jr., David Weems, Roger Woolsey. Investment Committee: Jan Kiker*, Robert K. Bird, David Crum, Nathan Holt, Bill Moss, John Waddle Jr., Dan Walker. Law Enforcement Committee: Lloyd “Hoot” Bowers, Steve Burns, John Carter, Rennie Hopson, Phil King, Wade McAmis, Robin Quillen, Jimmy Sams, Hilton Seay. Long Range Planning: Ted

Hensley*, Robert K. Bird, Lloyd “Hoot” Bowers, Jan Kiker, Fred Malone, Wade McAmis, Bill Moss, Hilton Seay, John Waddle Jr. Personnel Policies Committee: Robert K. Bird, Lloyd “Hoot” Bowers, Ted Hensley, Rennie Hopson, Phil King, Anthony Sauceman, John Waddle Jr. Planning Commission: Alan D. Broyles, James Carter*, John Carter, Margaret Greenway, Billy McCamey, Gary Rector, Edwin Remine, Sam Riley, M.C. Rollins Jr., Glenn Rosenoff, Alford Taylor. Property Sales Committee: Nathan Holt*, Hilton Seay, Ted Hensley, Phil King. Purchasing Committee: Bill Moss, Alan D. Broyles, David Crum, Nathan Holt, Tim White. Redistricting Committee: Robin Quillen, Alan D. Broyles, Donna Burgner, Margaret Greenway, Rennie Hopson, Jan Kiker, Phil King, Fred Malone, Bill Moss, Hilton Seay, Tim Tweed, Roger Woolsey. Road and Highway Committee: M.C. Rollins Jr.*, Margaret Greenway, Nathan Holt, Rennie Hopson, Fred Malone, Robin Quillen, Hilton Seay, Tim White. Solid Waste Committee: Robert K. Bird, John Carter, Phil King, Wade McAmis, M.C. Rollins Jr., Jimmy Sams, Hilton Seay. JOINT CITY-COUNTY BOARDS Some officials on the joint public bodies mentioned below serve on these boards, committees,

etc., because of their positions as elected officials. 911 Board: William Holt, Ray Adams, Bill Brown, Steve Burns, Mark Folks, Margaret Greenway, Ryan Holt, Robert Sayne, Leroy Tipton. Airport Authority: Janet Malone, John Carter, Ted Hensley, Walter Johnson, Tim White. Board of Health: Roberta K. Allen, citizen; Dr. John Boys; Alan D. Broyles, county mayor; Alan B. Corley, pharmacist; Dr. Vicki Kirk, Director of Greene County Schools; Jackie S. Neas, RN; Michael J. Odell, physician; Dr. Craig Shepard; Shaun Street, Health Department Director; Doug Woolsey, veterinarian; Dr. Kimi Zook (ex officio). Emergency Medical Services Board: Alan Broyles, Lloyd “Hoot” Bowers, Bill Brown (ex officio); W.T. Daniels; Dr. Sharon Duke, medical director; Margaret Greenway, Shaun Street, Sarah Webster, Chuck Whitfield, Daniel Wolcott. Greene County Historical Committee: Betsy Bowman, Marie Harmon (county historian), Jan Kiker, Phil King, Wade McAmis, John Waddle Jr. Greene County Records Committee: David Crum*, Kaye Armstrong, Ted Hensley, Don Miller, Joy Rader Nunnally, David Thompson, Madge Walker, John Wilson. Industrial Development Board of Greene County: Greene County Mayor Alan Broyles*, Kent Bewley, Brian

Click, W.T. Daniels, J.W. Douthat, Jerry Fortner, Steve Harbison, Bill Hickerson, Brandon Hull, Chuck Jeffers, Ginny Kidwell, Terry Leonard, Sam Miller, Scott Niswonger, Chuck Whitfield, Daniel Wolcott. Industrial Park Agency: Alan D. Broyles, Robert K. Bird, W.T. Daniels, Allen Jones, Terry Leonard, John Waddle Jr. Kinser Park Committee: Lloyd “Hoot” Bowers*, Bob Schubel, Marshall Brown, Max Cox, Jan Kiker, Phil King, Keith Paxton, M.C. Rollins, Hayden Scott, Denny Wills, Becky Lockhart. Greeneville- Greene County Library Board: Ginny Kidwell*, Carla Bewley, LeRoy Gray, Beth Henbree, Buddy Hawk, Julia Pensinger, M.C. Rollins, Jeff Taylor. Regional Library Board Appointees: Rebecca Booker, Julia Pensinger. Regional Solid Waste Planning Board: Sarah Webster*, Mark Benko, Robert K. Bird, John Carter, Neil G’Fellers, Hubert Metcalf, Brad Peters, Sam Riley, John Waddle Jr. Roby Fitzgerald Adult Center Advisory Board: Justine Wills* Wanda Goodman, Thanna Starnes Hankins, Buddy Hawk, Jeanette Miller, Joyce Ottinger, Lucille Pless, Leonard Price, Nadine Ricker, Archie Weems.

Here’s How To Contact Elected State Officials The governor of Tennessee and local state legislators can be reached at:

Suite 10 Legislative Plaza Nashville, TN 37243 Phone (615) 741-3851 Fax (615) 253-0330 sen.steve.southerland@ capitol.state.tn.us Morristown address: 4648 Harbor Drive Morristown, TN 37814 Phone (423) 587-6167

Nashville office: 301 6th Avenue North Suite 201 War Memorial Building Nashville, TN 37243 Phone (615) 741-7482 Fax (625) 253-021 rep.david.hawk@capitol.state.tn.us Greeneville address: 407 Crockett Lane Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone (423) 639-8146

McDonald and South Greene. Nashville office: 301 6th Avenue North Gov. Bill Haslam (R) Suite 202 War Memorial Building Governor’s Office Nashville, TN 37243 Tennessee State Capitol Phone (615) 741-6871 Nashville, TN 37243 Fax (615) 253-0225 Phone (615) 741-2001 rep.jeremy.fa ison @ c apit ol.stat e. bill.haslam@tn.gov tn.us Cosby Address : State Sen. Steve Southerland (R) 1009 Country Mountain Road 1st Senate District: All voters in State Rep. David Hawk (R) Cosby, TN 37722 Greene County are in the 1st Senate 5th House District. This district includes State Rep. Jeremy Faison (R) Phone (423) 487-5566 District. all of Greene County with the exception of 11th House District. This district Websites: Nashville office: Caney Branch, Mohawk, Orebank, McDon- includes the Greene County precincts www.state.tn.us 301 6th Avenue North ald and South Greene precincts. of Caney Branch, Mohawk, Orebank, www.legislature.state.tn.us


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Elected, Appointed Officials Serve Municipal Governments The following is a list of officials who are either elected or appointed to the governments of Greeneville, Baileyton, Tusculum and Mosheim, as well as Bulls Gap, which is in adjoining Hawkins County. The names below are of current members of boards, committees and authorities that oversee some part of the operations of Greeneville government and, in many cases, make recommendations to the Greeneville Board of Mayor and Aldermen. * An asterisk denotes the chairman of a committee or board.

City Administrator: Todd Smith Recorder: Carol Susong City Attorney: Ronald W. Woods Director of Schools: Dr. Linda Stroud Police Chief: Terry Cannon Asst. Police Chief: Craig Fillers Fire Chief: Mark Foulks Public Works Director: Brad Peters Building Official: Tim Tweed Environmentalist: Debbie Smith Parks & Recreation Director: Butch Patterson Water Superintendent: Laura White GREENEVILLE Engineer: Brad Peters Mayor: W.T. Daniels Public Relations SpeAldermen: Darrell cialist: Amy Rose Bryan, Buddy Hawk, Beer Board: Composed of Keith Paxton, and Sarah members of the Greeneville E.T. Webster Board of Mayor and Aldermen.

Board of Education: Craig Ogle*, Jerry Anderson, Mark Patterson, Cindy Luttrell, Mike Hollowell, Carson Burke (non-voting, chosen by Greeneville High School) Civil Service Board: Ed Kershaw*, Tim Teague, Phil Gentry Health & Educational Facilities Board: Sam Miller*, Kent Bewley, Bill Hickerson, Brandon Hull, Stan Puckett, Wylie Milligan, John M. Jones Historic Zoning Commission: Sarah E.T. Webster*, Chuck Alter, Ben Brooks, Bill Brown, D. Jeannine Dalton, Melinda Hickerson, Roger Hankins, Bill Moskowitz, and Noah Young Housing Authority: Hugh Wells*, Don Hamilton, Janice Bradley, Mary Hall Greeneville Light &

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Vice Mayor: Kenneth Bailey Sr. Aldermen: Doug Carter, Don Kilday, J.D. Sensabaugh City Recorder: Barbara Tilson City Attorney: Kidwell King Planning Commission: Charles “Rob” Bailey*, Eugene Britton, Tommy Sensabaugh, Doug Carter, Don Kilday, Mary Ann Hall MOSHEIM Mayor: Tommy Gregg Aldermen: R.L. “Tom” Carpenter, Dave Long, Harold Smith City Recorder: Kelle Lowery City Attorney: Ed Kershaw Planning Commission: Tom Carpenter*, Michael Gregg, Clark Justis, Mayor Tommy Gregg, Nathan Holt,

Dave Long, Jesse Lowery TUSCULUM Mayor: John Foster Vice Mayor: Alan Corley Commissioners: Mayor John Foster, Barbara Britton, Vice Mayor Alan Corley City Recorder: Eva Sams City Attorney: Jim Mercer Planning Commission: Robert K. Bird*, Mayor John Foster, Alan Corley, Warren Dickert, Teresa McCrary BULLS GAP Mayor: Mike Solomon Vice Mayor: Betsy Shipley Aldermen: Betsy Shipley, Jimmy Sexton, Susan Williams, Martha Snelson City Recorder: Lorraine Heck City Attorney: Kidwell King

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How County And Municipal Governments Are Structured The four municipalities of Greene County operate under their own individual governmental regulations, while Greene County as a whole has its own government. The municipalities in Greene County are Greeneville, the county seat, and the smaller incorporated towns of Baileyton, Mosheim and Tusculum. The following is a brief overview of the forms of government utilized by the county and each of its municipalities. GREENE COUNTY Leadership: The county is governed by the Greene County Commission, a 21member elected legislative body. The senior administrator and chief financial officer for the county is the county mayor, who serves full-time. The Greene County Planning Commission administers land-use planning, including making recommendations to the Greene County Commission on zoning matters and has approval authority

over subdivisions that are outside the jurisdictions of the various municipal governments. Elections : County c om m issioner s a re elected by distr ict (there are eight commission districts, with either two or three commissioners per district) to serve a four-year term. To find out what commission district you will vote in, call the Election Commission office at 798-1715 or visit www.greenecountytngovt.com/ The county mayor and all other countywide officeholders are elected at the same time, with the exception of the property assessor, who is elected to a four-year term two years after the County Commission and county mayor are elected. Greene County holds a general election on the first Thursday in August in even-numbered years. Meetings: The County Commission meets every month on the third Monday, alternating between a 10 a.m. meeting time and a 6 p.m. meeting time. A sched-

ule of meeting times can be Planning Commission found at www.greenecoun- members are appointed by tytngovt.com/ the Board of Mayor and Aldermen. GREENEVILLE Elections: The city is L e a d e r s h i p : divided into two wards, Greeneville, the county with two aldermen being seat, is governed by an elected from each ward. elected board of mayor and The mayor is elected by four aldermen. The mem- voters in both wards. bers also serve on various The 1st Ward is the area municipal boards and com- north of Church Street, missions. and the 2nd Ward is the The city administrator area south of Church is the chief administra- Street. tive officer of the city and The two 1st Ward alderreports to the Board of men are elected to twoMayor and Aldermen. year terms in odd-numThe Recorder’s office and bered years, and the two the Police Department and 2nd Ward aldermen and Fire Department are cov- the mayor are elected to ered under the Greeneville two-year terms in evenCivil Service system, numbered years. Elections which is overseen by the are in June. Greeneville Civil Service Meetings: The Board Board. of Mayor and Aldermen Collectively, those three meets on the first and departments are known third Tuesdays of each as the city’s Classified month. Services. Subdivision matters for BAILEYTON Greeneville and for GreenLeadership: Baileyton eville’s Urban Growth has a mayor, a vice mayor Area, which extends and three aldermen, each beyond the city limits, of whom serves a four-year are administered by the term. The town also has Greeneville Regional an appointed planning Planning Commission. commission.

Elections: Coordinated with Greene County general elections, Baileyton municipal elections are held on the first Thursday in August of each evennumbered year. In even-numbered years when the mayor, the vice mayor, and one aldermen are not up for election, the town’s other two aldermen are elected. Meetings: Board meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month.

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TUSCULUM Leadership: The town is led by a three-member commission, which includes the mayor. Tusculum also has an appointed planning commission. Elections: Tusculum elects three commissioners, each to a four-year term. Elections take place in odd-numbered years, whenever a commissioner’s term expires. MOSHEIM Meetings: The Board Leadership: The town of Mayor and Commishas a mayor and four sioners meets the third aldermen. Mosheim also Monday of each month. has an appointed planning commission. BULLS GAP Elections: A mayor and Leadership: The town, two aldermen are elected located in Hawkins Counin June of odd-numbered ty just across the Greeneyears and serve four-year Hawkins county line, has terms. a mayor and four alderIn odd-numbered years men. It also includes an when the mayor and two appointed planning comof the aldermen are not mission. up for election, the town’s Elections: Bulls Gap’s other two aldermen are mayor and aldermen elected to serve four-year serve two-year terms. terms. Meetings: Board meetMeetings : Board ings are held the third meetings are held on the Monday of each month.

How To Contact Federal Officials The following addresses, phone Phone numbers: Tri-Cities Office: Washington, DC 20510 (202) 225-6356 numbers and websites are differComments: (202) 436-1111 Terminal Building, Suite 101 (202) 224-3344 Kingsport Office: ent ways to reach the president Switchboard: (202) 456-1414 Tri-Cities Regional Airport Knoxville Office: 205 Revere Street and vice president, Tennessee’s Website: 2525 Highway 75 800 Market Street, Suite 121 Kingsport, TN 37600 U.S. Senators and the U.S. House www.whitehouse.gov Blountville, TN 37617 Knoxville, TN 37902 Kingsport Mailing Address: Representative from the 1st ConTri-Cities Mailing Address: (865) 637-4180 P.O. Box 1728 gressional District. If the mail- U.S. SEN. LAMAR ALEXANDER (R) P.O. Box 1113 Tri-Cities Office: Kingsport, TN 37660 ing address is different from the Washington Office: Blountville, TN 37617 1105 East Jackson Boulevard (423) 247-8161 street address, it is listed sepa455 Dirksen Senate Office (423) 325-6240 Jonesborough, TN 37657 Morristown Office and rately. Building Website: (423)-753-2263 Mailing Address: Washington, DC 20510 http://alexander.senate.gov/ Website: 1609 College Park Drive, Suite PRESIDENT BARACK H. OBAMA (D) (202) 224-4944 public/ http://corker.senate.gov/public/ 4 Knoxville Office: Morristown, TN 37813 VICE PRESIDENT JOSEPH R. BIDEN (D) Howard H. Baker, Jr. (423) 254-1400 U.S. Courthouse U.S. SEN. BOB CORKER (R) U.S. REP. PHIL ROE (R) Website: The White House 800 Market Street, #112 Washington Office: Washington Office: www.roe.house.gov 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Knoxville, TN 37902 185 Dirksen Senate Office 407 Cannon House Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20500 (865) 545-4253 Building Washington, DC 20515


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Federal, State, Municipal Courts All A Part Of Local Legal System There are federal, state, of the General Services Admincounty and municipal courts istration (GSA). in Greeneville. James Fowler is the U.S. marshal for the Eastern District FEDERAL of Tennessee. Deputy U.S. U.S. District Court marshals are Marcus Ball, Location: The home of the Karen Burke, Paul GlassNortheastern Division of the myer, and Michael McCoy. U.S. District Court for the The office phone number is Eastern District of Tennessee 638-3391 and the website is is in the James H. Quillen www.usmarshals.gov United States Courthouse, on The U.S. Probation Office, the corner of West Depot and on the courthouse’s third North Irish streets. f loor, is supervised by the The courtroom is on the Deputy Chief U.S. Probation fourth floor. Officer. Hours: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on The U.S. Probation Offiweekdays, except holidays. cers are Tara Gray, Karen Other off ices : A lso locat- Calhoun, Paul Harris, Pam ed i n t he federa l c ou r t - Higgins, Jennifer Joseph, hou s e a r e : t he M a g i s - Shaquana Kennedy, Rodney t rat e Judge’s Cou r t , t he McClain, Mandy Talmiter, Ba n k r upt c y C ou r t , t he Robert Welch, Cara Widner, Ba n k r uptcy Cour t Clerk ’s Travis Worthing ton and Of f ice, the P robation / P re - Nathan Wolfe. tr ia l of f ice, a U. S. Ma rC. Dan Thorton and Karshals Service office, the U.S. rie Lasko are Supervisory Attorney’s office and an office U.S. Probation Officers. Starr

Rhodes is the probation clerk/ procurement officer/specialist supervisory clerk and Kaye Shipley and Shameeka Montgomery are the probation clerks. Katrina Broyles is the property and procurement administrator and Rita Harris is the scanning technician. Their office is at 638-8121. Judges: J. Ronnie Greer has been a U.S. District Judge since 2003. His office is on the fourth floor; phone 639-0063. Greer is assisted by law clerks Beverly Carol Sullivan and Leanna Wilson. His courtroom deputy is Kathy Hopson. Deborah Daugherty is his judicial assistant. The magistrate is Judge Dennis H. Inman. His office is on the third floor; phone 787-7400. He is assisted by law clerk John Marshall Smith and sec-

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retary Kathy Hedden. Connie Lamb is his courtroom deputy. Court Clerks: Phone: 639-3105 Rick Tipton is the Divisional Manager. Deputy clerks are: Leah Caffanego, Richard Connell, Kathy Hopson, Connie Lamb, Kim Ottinger and Barbara Paxton. The court reporter is Karen Bradley and the pro se law clerk is Roma Cowan. U.S. Bankruptcy Court Phone: 787-0113. Website: www.tneb.uscourts.gov Marcia Parsons is the bankruptcy judge. Her office is on the third floor, along with her courtroom. Her courtroom deputy is Karen Gwinn, her law clerk is Marvin Campbell. The Bankruptcy Court Clerk’s offices are on the second floor. William T. Magill is the deputy in charge of the clerk’s office.

U.S. Department Of Justice Phone: 639-6759 or 8235022. William C. Killian is U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee. Nancy Stallard Harr serves as the first assistant to the U.S. Attorney. The supervisory assistant is Assistant U.S. Attorney Robert M. Reeves. Assistant U.S. Attorney M. Neil Smith, senior litigation counsel, is assigned here as well. Assistant U.S. Attorneys include Gregory Bowman, Caryn Hebets, M. Suzanne Kerney-Quillen, Christian Lampe, Helen C.T. Smith, and D. Wayne Taylor. The special assistant is Nicholas Regalia. They are located in Suite 423 on the fourth floor. Others in the office include: administrative clerk Linda Parham; legal assistants PLEASE SEE COURTS | 24

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Standing at left is Mike Faulk, taking the oath of office as a Third Judicial District Circuit Court judge on July 1, 2013. Shown in this photo along with Faulk are the other two active Third Judicial District Circuit Court judges and two former Circuit Court judges, along with other dignitaries. From left, are: Faulk, former district attorney general Heiskell Winstead; Circuit Judge Tom Wright (partially obscured); Rogersville attorney Jack Marecic; former Circuit Judge Kindall Lawson, who was succeeded by Faulk; Circuit Judge John K. Wilson; his wife, Nancy Wilson; former U.S. Rep. Bill Jenkins, who served as a Third District Circuit Judge before being elected to Congress; and Rogersville attorney Mark Stapleton. At far left is Faulk’s faithful and ever-present companion Reuben.

and Jon “Chal” Thompson are Bell’s assistant district attorneys in Greeneville. Others in the office are Alison Burns, a criminal investigator; April Allen and Angela Breeden, victim witness coordinators; Lori Harmon, administrative assistant; and Lisa Kidwell, secretary. Bell’s Morristown office is served by Dan Armstrong, Lindsey Maguigan, Kim Morrison, and Connie Trobaugh, assistant district attorneys; Kennetta Pratt, criminal investigator; Bobbie Barnhart, victim witness coordinator; and Bobbie Lakins, secretary. Serving Bell’s Rogersville office are Alex Pearson and Kevin Keeton assistant district attorneys; Teddy Collingsworth, criminal investigator; and Rebecca Burchett, secretary. Connie Trobaugh also serves as assistant district attorney in Sneedville. Gloria Neeley is administrator of the Child Support Enforcement Division. Assistant district attorneys Tina Ailshie and Tara Trent handle child support cases.

the clerk & master to collect delinquent property taxes in her office. Website: For court sale information see: www.greeneville. com/courtsale Circuit Court Location: Third floor of the Greene County Courthouse. The Circuit Court Clerk is Pam M. Venerable. Hours: The clerk’s office is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays except holidays. Phone: 798-1760 or 798-1764. Fax: 798-1763. Judges: Circuit Judges are John K. Wilson and Tom Wright, both of Greeneville, and Mike Faulk, of Church Hill. Role: Circuit judges hear civil cases in which juries are involved, such as negligence, personal injury, malpractice and product liability; and nonjury cases such as divorce, child custody, petitions for

STATE/COUNTY General Sessions Court General Sessions Court and Juvenile Court (not a court of record) are the two state courts that are operated at the county level in Greene County. Location: Greene County Courthouse Phone: 798-1730 Judge: Kenneth Bailey Jr. is judge of the General Sessions and Juvenile courts. Staff: Gene Norton is court officer for the judge. Role: The General Sessions Judge hears misdemeanor cases and holds preliminary hearings on all felony cases unless the right to a preliminary hearing is waived by the defendant. Sessions Court is also a small-claims court with jurisdiction limited to $25,000. Juvenile Court Location: Greene County

Starts on Page 23 Kathy Moore, Robyn Myers, and Susan Waddell; Asset Forfeiture Specialist Donna Qualls; and Cynthia St. John, paralegal. Federal Defender Services Location: 129 W. Depot St. Suite 1. Phone: 636-1301 Website: www.fdset.org The office’s attorneys are Nikki Pierce and Tim S. Moore. The paralegal is Jodie Ricker and the legal assistant is Rebecca Hetrick. The investigator is Brian Hackett. STATE There are three trial-level state courts in Greene County whose judges may interchange with one another: Chancery Court, Circuit Court and Criminal Court. Greene County is part of a four-county circuit that makes up the Third Judicial District served by five judges. The counties are Greene, Hamblen, Hawkins and Hancock. Chancery Court Location: Lower level of the Greene County Courthouse, South Main Street at East Depot Street. The offices of the Clerk & Master, Kay Solomon Armstrong, also are located there. Hours: Except for holidays, hours for the clerk & master’s office are weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with the office closed for lunch between noon and 1 p.m. Phone: 798-1742 or 7981744. Fax: 798-1743. Chancellor: Douglas T. Jenkins Role: The Chancery Court hears the same types of lawsuits as the Circuit Court, except for personal-injury matters and criminal cases. The county’s delinquent property tax lawsuit has historically been filed in Chancery Court, thereby causing

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orders of protection, adoptions, land disputes and workers compensation cases. Criminal Court John F. Dugger Jr. is the Criminal Court judge for the Third Judicial District. He hears felony and misdemeanor cases. When Dugger is holding court in Greeneville, his office numbers are the same as the Circuit Court Clerk’s, 7981760 or 798-1764. District Attorney General The district attorney general for the Third Judicial District is C. Berkeley Bell. Location: 124 Austin St., Suite 3. Phone: 787-1450; child support, 787-1458 Hours: D.A., 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays; child support, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Staff: David Baker, Ritchie Collins, Cecil C. Mills Jr.,

Courthouse Phone: 798-1736 Role: Bailey hears criminal cases involving juvenile defendants as well as petitions for unruly youths, truants and those who have violated a traffic law, curfew or smoking ordinance. In Juvenile Court, Bailey handles all petitions dealing with Greene County children in which there are allegations of abuse, neglect or dependency upon the state, as well as custody and child support issues in paternity cases. Staff: David Leonard sits as juvenile magistrate two days a week. He hears dependency and neglect cases and any other cases designated by Bailey. Rhonda Craft serves the Juvenile Court as the youth services officer, and Tosha Coggins is youth services assistant. Renee Pickering serves the city Juvenile Court as the truancy program specialist and Amber Steele serves the county Juvenile Court. Sherry Laws is the legal secretary. Starr Bewley is office manager for both courts and a legal secretary to the judge. The Circuit Court clerk maintains all records for Sessions and Juvenile courts and issues all warrants. Pajan Cox-Wilhoit serves as the child-support referee, appointed by the trial judges for domestic relations/child support cases. MUNICIPAL • Greeneville Municipal Court is in the board room in the Greeneville Light and Power System building, at 110 N. College St. Court is held at 3 p.m. on Mondays. Presiding is Judge Linda Woolsey. • Tusculum City Court is in session on the third Monday of every month at 1:30 p.m. Linda Woolsey, city judge, presides. • Baileyton City Court is in session on the third Monday of each month, at 11 a.m. Linda Woolsey, city judge, presides.


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Greeneville And Greene County Both Require Building Permits Greeneville requires building permits for the construction or remodeling of any residential or commercial structure. The Greeneville Building Inspections Department enforces the 2006 International Building Code, which requires two sets of construction documents to be submitted with each permit application. The following must be done to obtain a building permit in Greeneville: • Meet with the building department early in the design process to review the proposed project. Special attention should be focused on any special design features, or hazardous occupancies. • Submit drawings to the building department and allow time for an adequate plan review, typically two weeks. • The contractor shall submit proof of licensure and insurance as required

by state law. • Pay all required fees. • Storm water/soil erosion controls shall be in place and approved prior to the start of any work. • Call for required inspections as work progresses. The Greeneville Building Inspections Department is located on the second floor of Greeneville Town Hall, 200 N. College St. in downtown Greeneville. For more information, call 639-7105. COUNTY PERMITS, CODE Greene County requires building permits for all construction — except construction used for agricultural purposes — that occurs outside the corporate limits of Greeneville. In addition, in August 2008 the Greene County Commission adopted the 2006 International Building Code, which is the same version of the build-

There Are Guidelines For Property Inside Greeneville Historic District Greeneville’s Historic District spans Main Street from the Crescent Building to the G. Thomas Love Underpass. The Historic District also covers portions of College, Irish, Church and other streets off Main, along with Oak Grove Cemetery. Commercial and residential structures located on property in the Historic District are subject to guidelines of the Greeneville Historic Zoning Commission. Any planned exterior alterations to these structures that are visible from the right-of-way must be approved by the Historic Zoning Commission before a building permit can be issued for work. Interior alterations are not subject to Historic Zoning Commission guidelines. The Historic Zoning Commission follows an adopted set of design guidelines, which includes sections on masonry, wood, metal, roofs, windows, entrances and porches, storefronts, surface coatings and finishes, structural systems, utilities, building additions, outbuildings and other site structures,

new construction, and demolition. The commission also follows the U.S. Secretary of Interior’s standards, if necessary. Some planned exterior alterations can receive expedited approval by certain individual members of the commission, if they meet certain requirements. Applications for Certificates of Appropriateness for exterior alterations in the Historic District must be obtained from and submitted to Greeneville Town Hall. The Historic Zoning Commission meets twice a month, on the first and third Tuesdays at 10 a.m. in the board room at Greeneville Town Hall. Chairman of the commission is Alderman Sarah Webster. Members are: Chuck Alter, Ben Brooks, Bill Brown, D. Jeannine Dalton, Melinda Hickerson, Roger Hankins, Bill Moskowitz, and Noah Young. For more information on the Historic District or the Historic Zoning Commission, call Greeneville Town Hall at (423) 639-7105.

ing code in use in Greeneville. The Greene County Zoning and Building Office, at 129 Charles St. at the back of the building that also houses the 911 offices, has the enforcement responsibility concerning both county building permits and the county building code. To submit an application for a building permit in Greene County, the following information is needed: • name of current or previous property-owner or owners; • applicant name; • a telephone number; • the 911 address of property where the structure will be erected; • a copy of an approved plat if there has been a division of the property; • a description of what is being built, including a site plan, drawing or sketch showing the dimensions and layout of the structure. In some cases, addi-

tional information may be needed by the building official; • property lines and structure must be staked with a minimum of 18-inch stakes; • stakes showing the exact location of the structure; • cash or check for the building permit application amount; • updated state contractor's license, updated workers compensation insurance papers and a current Greene County business license to have on file with each permit. All permits are issued on site when an initial inspection is completed and application is approved. The Greene County Zoning and Building Office will conduct all required inspections of the property during the construction process. The number is 423-798-1724.

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Driver License Center Is Located On Hal Henard Road The Greene County Driver License Reinstatement Center is located at 1210 Hal Henard Road. The station is where to go for license reinstatements, license renewals, learner permits, commercial licenses, ID-only licenses and handgun licenses. The center is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Any Tennessee resident with a suspended license may be eligible for license reinstatement. Tennessee residents 18-years-old or over with proper identification, proof of citizenship and proof of residency may apply for a Tennessee Driver License. Tests include a knowledge and skills test, and a road test. The road test can be administered at the Hamblen or Washington County Driver License Station. Appointments are needed for the road test only and can be made online at www.tn.gov or by calling 1-866-849-3548. A handbook and study guide for

the knowledge and skills test may be picked up at the Reinstatement Center or the Greeneville-Greene County Public Library. The handbook and guide can be viewed online at www.tn.gov. Those under 18 may apply for the Graduated Driver License. The Graduated Driver License Program eases young drivers into the responsibility of driving. At 15, one can apply for a learner’s permit, which requires the driver to be accompanied by a licensed driver 21 or older in the front seat. The learner’s permit does not allow driving between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., and seat belts are mandatory for all occupants under the age of 18. Once a driver has held a permit for at least 180 days, reached the age of 16, and maintained a safe driving record (less than six points), he or she may apply for an Intermediate Restricted License. SUN PHOTO BY O.J. EARLY Restrictions also apply for this level. Vincent Greene is served by driver license examiner Toby Shipley at the local driver Call 638-3285. On the Web: www. service center, at 1210 Hal Henard Road. tn.gov

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Election Commission Office Oversees Local Voting A l l qu a l i f ie d c it i z en s have the right to vote in national, state and local elections after registering to vote. A qualified citizen is one who is at least 18, has been a resident of the jurisdiction in which he/she wishes to vote for at least 20 days, and is registered with the Election Commission in the county of residence. However, convicted felons are prohibited from voting unless they successfully petition to have their voting right restored. To remain a registered voter, one must vote in at least one election every four years. Residents of Greene County may register at the Election Commission Office, 218 N. Main St., during office hours, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays. The telephone number is 798-1715. First-time voters must register with the Election Commission 30 days prior to an election. In Tennessee, any registered voter may vote in either a Democrat or Republican primary, regardless of the voter’s party preference or affiliation.

EARLY VOTING Registered voters may cast their ballots early — in person — during the period that extends from 20 days before an election to five days before an election.

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The Greene County Election Commission office, at 218 N. Main St., is the place to go for early voting in elections.

tion on the first Thursday in August in even-numbered years. At that time, county school board members are elected to four-year terms in alternating years, as are other county-wide or district-wide offices. Municipal elections in Greene County’s towns are non-partisan. Following is information on elections in municipalities: Greeneville: A municipal election is held on the first Tuesday of June each year. In odd-numbered years, two aldermen for the 1st Ward and a water commissioner are elected; in even-numbered years, two aldermen for the 2nd Ward and the mayor are elected. The 1st Ward is north of Church Street, and the 2nd Ward is south of Church Street. During each election, one or more school board members are also elected. The Greeneville Board of Education has five members, each elected to a four-year term. In one year, two school board members are elected from the 1st Ward. During the next year, two school board members are elected from the 2nd Ward. In the following year, one LOCAL ELECTIONS Greene County holds a general elec- at-large school board member also is elected. NATIONAL/STATE VOTING National and state general elections are held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November in even-numbered years. In presidential election years, primaries are held on the first Tuesday in February. The Democrat and Republican parties in Greene County may choose to hold their primaries on the same date. Federal and state Democrat and Republican party primary elections are held in August on the same dates. The county primaries are conducted in May in even-numbered years. Registered voters in Tennessee are required to show government-issued photo identification in order to cast a ballot at the polls. Acceptable forms of ID include a Tennessee driver license with a photo; U.S. passport; photo ID from the federal government; U.S. military ID; or a gun permit card with a photo. The law applies only to those voting at polling places. It does not apply to absentee ballots, or those voting at licensed nursing homes.

Baileyton: Coordinated with Greene County general elections, Baileyton municipal elections are held on the first Thursday in August of evennumbered years. Baileyton has a mayor and four aldermen, each serving a four-year term. In even-numbered years when the mayor and two aldermen are not up for election, the town’s other two aldermen are elected. Mosheim: Mosheim has a mayor and four aldermen. A mayor and two aldermen are elected in June of oddnumbered years and serve four-year terms. In odd-numbered years when the mayor and two of the aldermen are not up for election, the town’s other two aldermen are elected to ser ve four-year terms. Tusculum : Municipal elections in Tusculum are held every two years on the f irst Tuesday in June in odd-numbered years. One commissioner is elected in one election, and two commissioners are elected in the next election. Each serves a four-year term. The commissioners elect one of their own as mayor. Bulls Gap: The town, in nearby Hawkins County, elects a mayor and four aldermen to two-year terms every November. Municipal elections are held with the general election.

VOTING BY MAIL Registered voters may vote by mail instead when certain conditions are met. Voting by mail must be requested in writing. Any registered voter over the age of 65 or who will be traveling outside the area during the early voting period may vote by mail using an absentee ballot. In addition, certain other registered voters may vote absentee by mail: persons who are on jury duty on election day, candidates in the election, election officials, Election Commission employees, and people who observe a religious holiday during the early voting period and on election day. Registered voters may also vote absentee if they are hospitalized, ill or physically disabled, or are caretakers for such a person. Military personnel and students attending accredited colleges and universities in other counties or states may also vote by absentee ballot. If voting by mail, a citizen must send a request no more than 90 days and no fewer than seven days before the election. ELECTION COMMISSION Donna Burgner is the administrator of elections for the Greene County Election Commission. The Election Commission’s chairman is Peggy McCamey (R). Its secretary is William West (D). Ben Hankins (D), Avery Ayers (R), and Richard Keller (R) are commission members. The Democrat and Republican parties nominate commission members every two years. Their names are then submitted to the Tennessee Election Commission, which makes the appointments. The political party to which three of the five commissioners belong will be the party with the majority in the state legislature. There are three Republicans and two Democrats currently serving as election commissioners. The Election Commission office is at 218 N. Main St. Call 798-1715 or 798-1716.


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Greeneville Post Office Is The Place To Apply For A U.S. Passport A United States passpor t ver if ies to other governments and officials that the holder is a U.S. citizen. A passport may be obtained by any American citizen who has not been convicted of a felony. For people traveling outside the United States, passport applications are available at the U.S. Post Office at 220 W. Summer St. in downtown Greeneville. Visas, which are stamped into the U.S. passport, are required for entry into some countries, but not for all. If unsure whether a visa is necessary to enter the country you are planning to visit, call or write the particular country’s embassy in Washington, D.C., or its nearest consulate. Vaccinations are not required in order for a resident to return to the U.S., but immunizations are required for entrance into certain other countries. For more information on immunizations, contact the Greene County Health Department, at 810 West Church St. in Greeneville, at 798-1749; the Washington County Health Department in Johnson City, at (423) 9752200; or the Sullivan County Regional Health Department in Blountville, at (423) 2792777. APPLICATION PROCESS The first step in obtaining a passport is to go online at www.travel.state.gov or pick up an application at the Greeneville Post Office. Next, make an appointment and go to the Greeneville Post Office with one proof of U.S. citizenship, one proof of identity, and two proper photographs (see details

below). For a U.S.-born citizen, proof of citizenship would be a certified copy of one’s birth certificate: a full-page certificate with the state’s embossed, multi-colored seal. If you do not own a copy of your birth certificate, then submit a registrar’s notice of birth in addition to a hospital birth record, school or family records, etc. Evidence must include given name and surname, birthdate and place, and signature of the issuing official. A citizen born outside the U.S. must submit his/her previous U.S. passport, Certificate of Naturalization or Citizenship, or Report of a Birth Abroad. Call the Post Office (423-787-2177) for more information. A driver license is a sufficient proof of identity, but temporary licenses and learner’s permits are not permissible. PHOTOGRAPHS NEEDED The second step in procuring a passport is to have a set of two photographs made for the passport. Each photograph must be 2 inches-by-2 inches, must have been taken within the last six months, and must present a front view of the individual, with no hat or sunglasses, sizing the face no smaller than 1 inch-by-1 3/8 inches from the bottom of the chin to the top of the head (including hair). Both eyes must be open, with a neutral facial expression. A white or off-white background is required. Passport photographs can be taken at the Greeneville Post Office before or on the day of the appointment for a cost of $15.

Full information regarding photo ian (with proper legal documentation) requirements is printed on the back of the when returning the application. passport application. Applicants under the age of 14 must be accompanied by both parents or legal FEES FOR PASSPORTS guardian(s) and present: The third and final step toward obtain1. evidence of the child’s U.S. citizenship; ing a passport is to pay the fees required. 2. evidence of child’s relationship to parPassports for adults (16 years and over) ents or guardian(s); and cost $135 (this includes $110 to the U.S. 3. parental identification. Department of State and $25 to the USPS) If only one parent appears, one of the foland are valid for 10 years. lowing must additionally be submitted: Passports for minors (under 16 years) 1. second parent’s written statement cost $105 (this includes $80 to the U.S. consenting to passport issuance for the Department of State and $25 to the USPS) child, and remain valid for five years after issu2. primary evidence of sole authority ance. to apply; or To get a passport within two weeks, 3. a written statement (made under there is a $60 fee for expedited service plus penalty of perjury) explaining the second a $12.72 fee for return overnight postage. parent’s unavailability. Check or money order made payable When an application is completed, the to the U.S. Department of State is the clerk will send it to the passport center in method of payment. Pittsburgh. The $25 fee for the Postal Service may be Renewal forms for existing passports paid by check, credit, debit, or cash. and forms for lost or stolen passports are also available. The renewal application APPLICANTS UNDER 18 may be picked up at the Post Office, Applicants under the age of 18 must be completed by the applicant, and sent accompanied by one parent or legal guard- directly to Pittsburgh.

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Veterans Service Office Aids Retired Military Personnel The Greene County Veterans Service Office aids veterans and their families by helping them file for pension benefits, service-connected disability compensation, ordering grave markers and medals, and obtaining other military service-related benefits. “We are here to provide service to veterans and their families for anything they may need assistance with,” said Veterans

Service Officer Steve Alexander. The local Veterans Service Office is funded by the Greene County government. The Veterans Service Office is at 101 Longview Drive in the American Legion Post 64 building. Office hours are Monday to Thursday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 798-1707.

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Main Street: Greeneville Celebrates 30 Years Of Promoting Downtown Area Main Street: Greeneville is in its 30th year. The mission of Main Street: Greeneville is “to establish partnerships between public and private sectors dedicated to the revitalization of the Main Street District, the preservation of our historic structures and promotion of heritage tourism.” Main Street: Greeneville operates under a four-point approach: Organization, promotion, design and economic restructuring. Main Street promotes the city’s historic downtown as a center of community life. Main Street: Greeneville seeks to develop resources for projects to improve downtown, help downtown businesses capitalize on existing markets, both retail and in tourism, and work to make downtown Greeneville a marketplace that will be competitive with other area retail centers. Information on expansion, renovation, rehabilitation, conversion and purchase of real estate is available at the Main Street: Greeneville office at 310 S. Main St. The office is in the former Andrew

tors composed of local business and community leaders. Andrea Daniels is the organization’s current president.

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Members and volunteers of Main Street: Greeneville were busy on a spring day brightening up the downtown area by planting flowers in urns. Shown, from left to right, are: Judy Forshay, Don Forshay, Lois Blanks, Andy Daniels, Jann Mirkov, Sarah Webster and Michael Bartley. Johnson Complex building. CHARTERED IN 1983 Jann Mirkov is the execuIn 1983, Greeneville became tive director of Main Street: one of the first Main Street Greeneville. communities in Tennessee. Downtown revitalization is a

main goal, and this is achieved by coordinating public, private, local and state resources. Main Street: Greeneville is governed by a board of direc-

DAILY TOURS In cooperation with the National Park Service, Main Street: Greeneville offers two daily guided tours of historic sites in downtown Greeneville. The tour, “A Walk With The President,” is offered six days a week, Monday to Saturday, from April through October. The 90minute walking tour begins at 9:30 a.m. and features 13 sites in the historic district. Tours of the historic DicksonWilliams Mansion are conducted throughout the year, with the exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. The mansion tours begin daily at 1 p.m. Tickets for both tours can be purchased at the General Morgan Inn, with all tours starting from there. Main Street: Greeneville is involved in various community events. Call Main Street: Greeneville at 423-639-7102 or go online at www.mainstreetgreeneville.com

Garbage Collection Centers Are Available For County Residents Locations, hours and phone numbers for the county’s garbage convenience centers are listed below. All of the centers are closed on Sundays. AFTON Location: 95 American Road Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday, Thursday: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday: closed. Phone: (423) 798-1791

BAILEYTON Location: 58 Bolder Loop Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday: closed. Phone: 234-9292 CLEAR SPRINGS Location: 3065 Clear Springs Road Hours: Monday: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday-Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday: closed. Phone: 257-6960

CROSS ANCHOR Location: 421 Old Baileyton Road Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday: closed. Phone: 234-0644

GREYSTONE Location: 3160 Greystone Road Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday: closed. Phone: 798-1723

day: closed. Phone: 798-1796

HORSE CREEK Location: 80 Williamson Road Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; SunDEBUSK HAL HENARD day: closed. (Household garbage only) Location: 815 Hal Henard Phone: 257-4197 Location: 10 Amity Road Road Hours: Saturday: 8 a.m. to Hours: Monday, Wednesday, 4 p.m. Thursday, Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 PLEASE SEE GARBAGE | 31 Phone: 798-1792 p.m.; Tuesday: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sun-


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Garbage collection sites, such as this one on McDonald Road, are open to county residents. There are 17 sites, also known as convenience centers, located throughout Greene County.

Garbage Starts on Page 30 MCDONALD Location: 8190 McDonald Road Hours : Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday: closed. WG, SG, Afton, Tuesday and Thursday from 6 to 6 Phone: 235-0452 OREBANK Location: 125 Orebank Road Hours : Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday: closed. Phone: 798-1798 ROMEO Location: Lonesome Pine Trail Hou rs : Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday: 6 a.m.

to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday: closed. Phone: 422-7067 SOUTH GREENE L o c a t io n : 6828 Asheville Highway H ou r s : Mond ay, Wednesday, Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday, Thursday: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday: closed Phone : 798 -1799 ST. JAMES L ocation : 15 St. James Road H ou r s : Mond ay, Wednesday, Thursday, Fr iday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday: closed. Phone: 798-1790 SUNNYSIDE Location: 530 Sunnyside Road Hours : Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.;

Sunday: closed. Phone: 798-1797 WALKERTOWN Location: Walkertown Road Hours : Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday: closed. Phone: 798-1789 WEST GREENE Location: McDonald Road Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday, Thursday: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday: closed. Phone: 422-6583 WEST PINES Location: 3430 West Pines Road Hours : Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. ; Su nd ay : closed. Phone: 234-8232

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Greeneville Middle School is located at 433 East Vann Road. It is the sole middle school in the City School System.

Greeneville City School System Includes 7 Schools During the 2012-2013 school year, 2,736 students were served by the Greeneville City School System’s seven schools. These schools include four elementary schools, one middle school, one high school and the Greene Technology Center, which is discussed in a separate article. Greeneville’s public schools count as their accomplishments 50 years of continuous accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and achievement of Level Two of the Tennessee Center for Performance Excellence quality program based upon the Malcolm Baldrige criteria. (Baldrige was U.S. Secretary of Commerce from 1981 until his death in 1987. He was a proponent of quality management as a key

to America’s prosperity and longterm strength.) The middle school received the prestigious “Lighthouse School” designation by Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence, Inc. in 2011. Greeneville is one of only two Professional Development Center sites in the state and serves the region with quality professional development. Through the system’s capital improvement plan and with the support of Greeneville’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen, all school buildings in the system have been improved and upgraded in recent years. The 1,150-seat Niswonger Performing Arts Center at Greeneville High School hosts many cultural and educational events through-

out the year, often playing host to regional events for students and educators. In 2007-2008 Greeneville became one of 11 school systems in Tennessee to achieve District Accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Greeneville City Schools received the Sylvia Charp Award at the International Society for Technology in Education in 2008. The award recognizes school districts that exhibit effectiveness and innovation in applying technology district-wide. Greeneville High School has also been nominated as a Blue Ribbon School by the Tennessee DepartPLEASE SEE CITY | 34


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West Greene High School, located at 275 West Greene Drive, in Mosheim, is one of four public high schools in the community which are part of the Greene County School System.

Greene County School System Includes A Total Of 16 Schools The Greene County School system is a key element of the community, operating 16 schools, and being one of the largest employers in the county. In recent years, numerous building upgrades have been completed. A new fieldhouse, concession stand and public restrooms are an upgrade in 2012 to the ChuckeyDoak High School football field, in addition to making the area handicap-accessible. West Greene High School underwent a $1.03 million construction project in 2011 that greatly expanded the school’s cafeteria, added five classrooms and upgraded restrooms.

OVERVIEW The county school system employs approximately 535 teachers and administrators, and about 70 percent of the certified staff members hold advanced degrees. The system includes 11 elementary schools, two middle schools, and four high schools, along with the Greene Technology Center, which is discussed in a separate article. (Mosheim Middle School is a part of the same building complex as Mosheim Elementary School, and they share a principal.)

able through a partnership with the Niswonger Foundation; these programs are currently funded through an i3 grant. Computers in most classrooms offer increased opportunities for further technology training.

MUSIC PROGRAMS Following a four-year, $1.155 million partnership with the Niswonger Foundation, the Greene County system implemented band programs at Mosheim Middle School, Chuckey-Doak Middle School, West Greene High School, CURRICULUM and Chuckey-Doak Middle School. Students in high school have The Niswonger Foundation/ the opportunity to broaden their PLEASE SEE COUNTY | 35 curriculum by taking virtual and online courses made avail-

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City Starts on Page 32 ment of Education. Highland Elementary School was established in 1996 by the system as the fourth year-round school in Tennessee. In 2012, the Greeneville Board of Education decided to return the school to a traditional schedule, beginning in the spring of this year. In 2004, EastView Elementary School was named a Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. Also in 2004, Hal Henard Elementary School was awarded a 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant. In 2005, Tusculum View Elementary was named a Blue Rib-

bon Schools of Excellence “Lighthouse School.” Greeneville High School was recognized in 2007 by ACT, the college testing organization, as one of only 15 high schools in the state that have demonstrated that high school core courses can be made rigorous and that rigorous content can be effectively taught and learned. The school was recognized in a report from ACT titled “Rigor at Risk: Reaffirming Quality in the High School Core Curriculum.” Greeneville Middle School was recognized in 2004 as a 21st Century Schools of Distinction winner in the “Technology Excellence” category. SYSTEM’S STAFF Approximately 250 teachers

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and administrators compose the Greeneville School System’s professional staff. Of these, four have doctoral degrees, 31 have specialist degrees, and 136 have master’s degrees. The average years of experience is 15. With the additional paraprofessional and other staff positions, the system employs approximately 416 people. FUNDING Funding for the Greeneville school system comes from local, state and federal sources. The state provides 47 percent, and the federal government provides 3 percent of the funding. The other 50 percent comes from local sources. Greene County families who live outside the city limits of

Greeneville pay $1,075 to send one student to the city school system and receive a $50 discount to pay $1,025 for the each additional child sent to the city schools. Out-of-county students pay $1,650 per child. The elementary schools offer art, music, and guidance services and employ full-time physical education instructors and librarians. A Spanish program is offered in all four elementary schools. Along with an academic program that includes algebra for high school credit, learning opportunities for middle school students include band, chorus, Spanish and Chinese, an independent diversified technology laboratory, and technol-

ogy in all classrooms. Greeneville High School offers more than 160 courses and operates on a block schedule format, which is composed of four class periods of 90 minutes per day. English, calculus, European history, U.S. history, biology, chemistry, and music theory are offered in advanced placement (AP) courses. Additionally, they also offer dual enrollment courses in conjunction with Walter State Community College. Greeneville High School also offers a course for the U.S. Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps. A Freshman Academy program and credit-recovery proPLEASE SEE CITY | 36

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County Starts on Page 33 Greene County Schools “Spotlight on Learning” partnership allowed for the construction of band rooms at North Greene and South Greene High Schools. Band programs began at these high schools in the 20082009 school year. Instrumental band instruction now also extends to middle grade students at their elementary schools. HELPING AT-RISK STUDENTS The Greene County School System seeks to meet the needs of at-risk students. Programs include: • Parent involvement training programs; • McDonald School’s LEAPS program; • Optional high school programs; • Credit recovery;

THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK • Pre-K program (partnership with Head Start); • Academic Behavior Intervention center; • In-School suspension; • Program for the gifted; • Before- and after-school enrichment; • Preschool program (Early Learning Program), and • School to work (Vocational Rehabilitation). EDUCATION & WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT Greene County Schools have a renewed commitment to partnership with Education & Workforce Development. Education & Workforce Development is a joint project of the Greeneville and Greene County School Systems and the Greene County Partnership. The program creates links between schools, businesses, organizations and institutions. Many meetings during the past two years sponsored by

the Greene County Partnership have brought together educators and industry leaders to focus on workforce readiness. Work is u nder way to e x pa nd p o st - s e c ond a r y oppourtunities in industry certif ications for graduates of Greene County Schools. Each school in the Greene County School System has at least one master partner. Other programs, such as youth apprenticeships and a community-wide Job and Career Fair, are provided through the Greene County Partnership. T he G r e ene C ou nt y School System emphasizes the importance of school attenda nce, with af terschool programs that focus on the student’s responsibility for make-up work. The program is scheduled after school hours by extended-contract teachers.

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EXTENDED SCHOOL PROGRAM The Extended School Program (ESP) is available at Chuckey, DeBusk, Doak, and Mosheim elementary schools and provides programs during the summer months for all Greene County Students in grades K-5. Funding for the programs comes from fees paid by parents. The fees are based on a sliding scale depending on the family’s income. SCHOOL BOARD Members of the Greene County Board of Education are: Roger Jones, chairman, Nathan Brown, vice-chairman, Kathy Austin, Kathy Crawford, Rex Hopson, and Deborah Johnson. Trenda Berney is the board’s secretary. The director of the Greene County School System is Dr. Vicki Kirk. SCHOOL ENROLLMENTS Following is a list of schools and their enrollment figures

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in the 2012-13 school year: • Baileyton Elementary 309 • Camp Creek Elementary 301 • Chuckey Elementary 365 • DeBusk Elementary 353 • Doak Elementary 545 • Glenwood Elementary 214 • McDonald Elementary 375 • Mosheim Elementary and Middle School 1,026 • Nolachuckey Elementary 348 • Ottway Elementary 277 • West Pines Elementary 233 • Chuckey-Doak Middle School 460 • Chuckey-Doak High School 627 • North Greene High School 389 • South Greene High School 480 • West Greene High School 650 • Greene Technology Center 420 (includes Greeneville City Schools students) For information, call 6394194 or go online to www2. greenek12.org


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City Starts on Page 34 gram have been implemented to help students reach academic success. In addition, the system offers an alternate graduation path program (GAP) for students identified with specific challenges. PRESCHOOL, ESP The school system provides a full-day preschool program for 3- and 4-year-old children from families who meet the eligibility requirements of Head Start or are educationally at-risk. The Extended School Program (ESP) offers before-and after-school care for children enrolled at each of the four elementary schools and offers care during times when school is not in session, including the summer months. Parents pay for these services on a sliding-fee scale based on family income. All schools in the system also offer after-school programs for remediation and/or enrichment. SPECIAL EDUCATION The system provides comprehensive programs in all areas of special education, including gifted, learning disabled, physically challenged, behaviorally disordered, and mentally challenged students. The Early Learning Program provided by the system is available for developmentally delayed preschool students and is located in the Vocational Annex building next door to the Greene Technology Center on Hal Henard Road. TRANSPORTATION, FOOD The school system provides bus transportation for students inside the city limits. Breakfast and lunch programs are available at all schools and meets all state and federal requirements. A health coordinator oversees all health and safety issues. SCHOOL BOARD Members of the Greeneville City Board of Education are Craig Ogle, chairman; Cindy Luttrell, vice-chairman; Mike Hollowell, treasurer; Jerry Anderson, and Dr. Mark Patterson. Carson Burke, GHS student, was elected by his peers to serve on the school board. The director of the Greeneville School System is Dr. Linda Stroud. ENROLLMENT The 2012-2013 city schools’ student enrollment was: •EastView Elementary School, 374 •Hal Henard Elementary, 434 •Highland Elementary School, 177 •Tusculum View Elementary School, 375 •Greeneville Middle School, 649 •Greeneville High School, 826 •Greene Technology Center, 277 (Greeneville students only) For more information, call the Greeneville City Schools’ Central Office at 787-8000 or go to www. gcschools.net


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5 Public High Schools Located In Greene County Five public high schools serve this com- NORTH GREENE HIGH SCHOOL munity. Location: 4675 Old Baileyton Road Four of them, Chuckey-Doak, North Phone: (423) 234-1752 Greene, South Greene and West Greene, Website: www.greenek12.org/nghs are in the Greene County School System. Principal: Amanda Weems Greeneville High School is part of the Assistant Principal: Christopher Garcity’s school system. denhour (The number of students and teachers below Athletic Director: James Buchanan are from the 2012-2013 school year.) Students: 389 Teachers: 24 CHUCKEY-DOAK HIGH SCHOOL Year building was constructed: 1963 Location: 365 Ripley Island Road, Athletic teams: Football for boys, golf for Afton boys and girls, volleyball for girls, cross counPhone: (423) 798-2636 try for boys and girls, basketball for boys and Website: www.greenek12.org/cdhs girls, baseball for boys, softball for girls, Principal: Mike Garland tennis for boys and girls and cheerleading Assistant Principal: Mike Wil- for girls. liams North Greene has a band program. Athletic Director: Ben Murphy Students: 627 SOUTH GREENE HIGH SCHOOL Teachers: 32 Location: 7469 Asheville Hwy. Year building opened: 2004 Phone: (423) 636-3790 Athletic teams: Football for boys, Website: www.greenek12.org/sghs golf for boys and girls, soccer for boys Principal: Cindy Bowman and girls, volleyball for girls, basketball Assistant Principal: Teresa Broyles for boys and girls, wrestling for boys, Athletic Director: Terry Hoese baseball for boys, softball for girls, tenStudents: 480 nis for boys and girls, bowling for girls Teachers: 32 and boys, trap shooting for boys and Year building was constructed: 1965 girls, cross country for girls and boys Athletic teams: Football for boys, golf for and cheerleading for girls. boys and girls, volleyball for girls, basketball Chuckey-Doak has a band program. for boys and girls, cross country for boys and girls, baseball for boys, softball for girls, tennis GREENEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL for boys and girls, soccer for boys and girls, trap Location: 210 Tusculum Blvd. shooting for boys and girls and cheerleading Phone: (423) 787-8030 for girls. Website: www.gcschools.net/ghs South Greene has a band program. Principal: Patrick Fraley Assistant Principals: Lana Page, Randy WEST GREENE HIGH SCHOOL Richards Location: 275 West Greene Drive, Athletic Director: Randy Richards Mosheim Students: 826 Phone: (423) 422-4061 Teachers: 66 Website: www.greenek12.org/wghs Year building was constructed: 1949; Principal: Steven Tunnell Major renovations in 2004. Assistant Principal: Deborah Scarlett Athletic teams: Football for boys, golf for Athletic Director: Mark Greenlee boys and girls, soccer for boys and girls, volStudents: 650 leyball for girls, cross country for boys and Teachers: 34 girls, basketball for boys and girls, wrestling Year building was constructed: 1967 for boys, baseball for boys, softball for girls, Athletic teams: Football for boys, golf tennis for boys and girls, track for boys and for boys and girls, volleyball for girls, basgirls, cheerleading for girls and bowling for ketball for boys and girls, cross country for boys and girls. boys and girls, baseball for boys, softball GHS also has a dance team, march- for girls, tennis for boys and girls, trap ing band, symphonic, concert, jazz bands, shooting for boys and girls and cheerleading advanced men and women’s chorus, men’s for girls. and women’s chorale and show choirs. West Greene has a band program.

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Follow The Numbers To Some Fantastic Sites (Directions assume starting point is intersection of Main and Depot streets in the Greeneville Historic District.) “A WALK WITH THE PRESIDENT”: A walking tour brochure of local historic sites is available at the offices of the Greene County Partnership, 115 Academy St., two blocks east of the intersection. Tours available April-October. Call Main Street Tours at 7870500. 1 — ANDREW JOHNSON NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE: The Tailor Shop, two restored homes, a birthplace replica and the burial site of the 17th President: Depot, College and South Main streets, and Monument Avenue. The Andrew Johnson Visitor Center is located on the corner of East Depot Street and College Street. 2 — BIG SPRING MEMORIAL PARK: Located behind the library on North Main Street. Enter park from College Street across from Greeneville Town Hall. 3 — CHEROKEE NATIONAL FOREST, NOLICHUCKY/ RANGER DISTRICT: 80,000 acres of national forest in Greene and Cocke counties that are largely open to a wide variety of recreational uses. Maps may be obtained at the District headquarters, located at 4900 Asheville Hwy., five miles south of the intersection of U.S. 70 (Asheville Highway) and U.S. 321(Newport Highway). 4 — HOUSTON VALLEY CAMPGROUND: Take U.S. 321 South (Newport Highway)1.3 miles to Tennessee 70 South (Asheville Highway); turn left; go nine miles to Tennessee 107 (Erwin Highway); turn right; go seven miles to campground on the left. 5 — HORSE CREEK RECREATION AREA: Camping, picnicking, swimming, fishing, hiking, horseback riding: Take U.S. 11-E North 3.8 miles to state Route 107 (Tusculum) exit, or go a bit farther to the Tusculum Bypass.

Turn right onto 107 and go 6 miles to brown sign (“Swimming, Hiking, Camping, Horseback Riding”). Turn right; go three miles to Recreation Area. 6 — MEADOW CREEK FIRE TOWER: Mountain view. About 1.5 miles beyond Houston Valley Campground on the tower gravel road. On the right; three miles to top. 7 — PAINT CREEK CAMPGROUND: Take U.S. 321 South (Newport Highway) 1.3 miles to Tennessee Hwy. 70 South (Asheville Highway). Turn left and go 12 miles; turn right at sign; then follow signs approximately two miles to campground. 8 — GREENEVILLE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Built in the 1860s. Greek Revival structure with notable cornice and steeple. Used as a hospital during the Civil War. Known for the cannonball which struck the front of the building in 1864. Corner of West Church Street and North Main Street. 9 — DAVY CROCKETT BIRTHPLACE STATE PARK: Restored cabin, museum, public picnic area, RV campground and swimming pool. Take U.S. Hwy. 11E North 12.4 miles, turn right at Limestone Road, go two miles to railroad underpass, then turn right. Two miles to park. 10 — EASTVIEW RECREATION CENTER: The complex is open to the public and contains two gymnasiums. Go two blocks north on North Main Street; turn right at Tusculum Boulevard (11E North) and go to Bernard Avenue. 11— FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1780): Federal architecture (1847). The church is Greene County’s earliest congregation. North Main Street. 12 — FOREST PARK: Pavilions, picnic area, fitness walk, all specifically designed for senior citizens, though the park is open to the general public. Take South Main Street three blocks to West Main (U.S. Hwy. 321 South), then two blocks to Monument Avenue, turn left one block, then right on Forest Street. Park is two blocks

ahead on the left. 13 — GREENE COUNTY COURTHOUSE: At Main and Depot streets. One of a very few courthouses in the U.S. with memorials to both Union and Confederate forces. Original 1840 sidewalk, 1805 “gaol” (jail). 14 — TUSCULUM LINEAR PARK TRAIL: Community walking trail in Tusculum. For starting point at Tusculum City Park behind Doak Elementary School, take U.S. Hwy. 11-E north 3.8 miles to Tusculum. Turn right on Erwin Hwy. (at Hardee’s). Turn left just past “Welcome to Tusculum” sign. Park behind school. For starting point at Edens Road near Greene Valley Developmental Center, take U.S. 11-E North about six miles. Turn right on Tusculum Bypass. Turn left on Edens Road. Entrance on right. 15 — HARDIN PARK: Playgrounds, pavilions, picnic tables, tennis courts, fishing pond, basketball court, swimming pool and skate park. Go south on South Main Street. At Kiser Funeral Home, South Main Street turns toward the left. Proceed on South Main to McKee Street; turn right. Park entrance is about one block ahead on the left. Traffic through park is one way; exit onto Vann Road. 16 — KINSER PARK: Camping at a limited number of sites for the general public, picnicking, lake fishing, swimming pool, water slide, tennis, playgrounds, badminton, volleyball, basketball, and baseball. Take U.S. Hwy. 321 South (Newport Highway) 1.3 miles to Tennessee Hwy. 70 South (Asheville Highway), then 5.2 miles to East Allens Bridge Road; turn left and go 3.6 miles; turn right at the University of Tennessee Research and Education Center, then go one mile to Kinser Park sign, then right 0.7 mile to entrance. 17 — LINK HILLS COUNTRY CLUB: Members only. Golf, tennis, swimming, dining. Take U.S. Hwy. 321 south 1.2 miles to Tennessee Hwy. 70 South (Asheville Highway); turn left, go 5.2 miles; turn left on East Allens Bridge

Road, and go 1.4 mile. Club is on the left. 18 — NEW HOPE QUAKER MEETING HOUSE (1795): Restored 1866. Cemetery contains some of the oldest graves in the county. Near Rheatown. Take U.S. Hwy. 11-E North 11.4 miles; turn left at Chuckey onto Rheatown Road, go 2.3 miles. 19 — NOLICHUCKEY VIEW GOLF COURSE (18 HOLES): Public course, par 70; call for tee times. Take U.S. Hwy. 321 south 1.3 mile to Tennessee Hwy. 70 South (Asheville Highway); go 5.6 miles, on left. 20 — GRAYSBURG HILLS GOLF COURSE (27 HOLES): Public course. Tee times needed weekends, holidays. Take Tennessee Hwy. 93 (Kingsport Highway) about 12 miles north from Greeneville; turn right on Ramsey Road. 21 — OLD HARMONY GRAVEYARD (1790): East Church Street behind Greeneville Town Hall, about one block south of North Main Street. 22 — ROBY FITZGERALD ADULT CENTER: Multi-purpose program serving senior citizens in the converted Greeneville Public School. Go one block on North Main; then turn right on East Church Street. Entrance faces Town Hall on College Street. 23 — SAMUEL DOAK HOUSE: 1820 structure restored in 1976 by Greene County Heritage Trust. Take U.S. Hwy. 11E north 3.8 miles, turn right on Tennessee Hwy. 107 (Erwin Highway) east at Tusculum exit, then .8 mile on right. 24 — ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH: Consecrated 1850. Walnut woodwork, former slave gallery, oldest organ in the state, Gen. John Hunt Morgan marker. One-half block north of North Main Street on West Church Street. 25 — ST. JAMES LUTHERAN CHURCH: Reconstructed 1811. Revolutionary War graves in cemetery. Take U.S. Hwy. 321 (Newport Highway) west 3.5 miles, turn left on first road beyond Nolichucky River bridge, then 11

miles to St. James. 26 — CAPITOL, STATE OF FRANKLIN (1785-1788): Reconstructed log cabin represents capitol. On College Street across from Greeneville Town Hall. 27 — TUSCULUM COLLEGE (1794): The oldest college west of the Appalachian Mountains. Take U.S. Hwy. 11-E North 3.8 miles to Tusculum, turn right on Tennessee Hwy. 107 East (Erwin Highway), then .9 mile. Campus is on the right. 28 — TWIN CREEKS GOLF COURSE (18 HOLES): Public course, par 76. Take U.S. Hwy. 11-E north eight miles. Course is on the right, two miles beyond Greene Valley Developmental Center. 29 — BIBLE COVERED BRIDGE, WARRENSBURG (1921): Take U.S. Hwy. 321 (Newport Highway) south three miles to Warrensburg Rd., turn right, drive 12 miles. Dirt road to bridge on right. 30 — ANDREW JOHNSON GOLF COURSE (18 HOLES): Public course, par 70. Take U.S. Hwy. 321(Newport Highway) south. After crossing Tennessee Hwy. 70 (Asheville Highway), go 1.3 mile; turn left onto Lick Hollow Road. Go one-half mile. 31 — BAILEYTON GOLF CLUB (18 HOLES): Public course, par 71. Located just outside Baileyton city limits on Horton Highway. Take Tennessee 172 (Baileyton Road) to Baileyton, proceed to red light, and turn right. 32 — NATHANAEL GREENE MUSEUM: Located on West McKee Street just off South Main. This museum is dedicated to preserving a record of the life and heritage of Greeneville and Greene County. 33 — DICKSON-WILLIAMS MANSION: Previously the house and grounds encompassed the entire block bound by Main, Church, Irish and Depot streets. Restored 1820sera mansion is at corner of West Church and Irish streets. Tours available daily. Call 7870500.


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Christian Dimension In Education Offered At Private Schools Three Christian private schools are while in the classroom. located in Greeneville. Washington College Academy is in adjacent Wash- GREENEVILLE ADVENTIST ACADEMY ington County. Location: 305 Takoma Ave., behind Takoma Regional Hospital GREENE COUNTY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL, Phone: 639-2011 DAY-CARE CENTER Website: www.mygaa.org Location: 9802 107 Cutoff, Leadership: Principal Randy NomuGreeneville, approximately one mile ra from Tennessee Route 70S (the AsheAbout the school: Greeneville ville Highway). Adventist Academy, which serves stuPhone: 638-2217 dents from pre-kindergarten through Leadership: Pastor Willis Bowers, 12th grade, attempts to “promote the Administrator Deanna Wilhoit. development of body, mind and charAbout the school: Sponsored by the acter so that each student may realize Flag Branch Church of God, Greene the purpose for which he or she was County Christian School (GCCS) offers created.” courses in pre-school through 12th Offering an accredited curriculum grade. Also, a day-care center is open and training in academics, physical for children ages six weeks to pre- education and spiritual development, school. the academy last school year had six Opened in 1995, GCCS in the last certified teachers who were assistschool year had six full-time teachers, ed by several volunteers, and had two part-time teachers and approxi- approximately 64 students. mately 42 students. The school offers The academy is part of the worldwide an individualized approach to learning Seventh-day Adventist school system by using the Accelerated Christian and is sponsored by the Greeneville Education (ACE) program. Seventh-day Adventist Church. ACE offers a Christian perspective Many of the students who attend the on traditional classroom subjects and school are Adventists, but students allows students to work at their own not associated with the Adventist church pace and level. are also welcome. The school is a certified Students study in private cubicles “School of Excellence.”

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Greene Technology Center A Satellite Of Tennessee Technology Center The Greene Technology Center is now in its 40th year. It is operated jointly by the Greeneville and Greene County school systems and beginning in fall 2013 it will serve as a satellite location for the Tennessee Technology Center (TTC) of Morristwon. The Greene Technology Center, at 1121 Hal Henard Road, is funded by revenue from the state government and the Greeneville and Greene County governments. The Greeneville school system is the Technology Center’s fiscal agent. Jerry Ayers is principal. HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES The Greeneville and Greene County school systems send students to the Greene Technology Center. These classes are offered during normal school hours. In 2012-2013, more than 400 high-schoolers each term took classes at the center.

Trade programs available include welding, carpentry, auto mechanics, auto body repair, cosmetology, and machine tool technology. Courses also are offered in computer repair technology and networking, criminal justice, early childhood education careers, health science and pre-engineering. EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES A new program being added in 20132014 is the Green Technology Program through which students will gain handson experience with emerging technologies, such as hydrogen fuel cells, smart grid technologies, and sustainable energy conversion. The new program will include new equipment such as a 50-foot wind turbine that will be built outside of the school.

These courses provide entry-level or tries to meet specific training or retrainpre-professional training in technical ing needs. Courses may be taught at the fields. center or on-site at a company location. ADULT EDUCATION The Greene Technology Center also provides an adult education program designed with assistance from area businesses and industries to meet their particular training needs. The center has entered into a partnership with Walters State Community College, and most adult and industry training is administered by WSCC. Training includes the following components: 1. Pre-employment programs designed to meet the needs of new and expanding industry and training for new hires; 2. Industry-specific courses designed by WSCC and Technology Center staff at the request of area businesses and indus-

NEW COURSES VIA TTC In the fall of 2013 the Greene Technology Center will be adding four post secondary education programs through their affiliation with the Tennessee Technology Center (TTC). The programs offered will be: Welding, Machine Tool, Industrial Electricity, and Industrial Maintenance. Other adult education programs are offered by the Greeneville and Greene County schools’ adult basic education programs, including GED. These services are offered at no cost to the participant. For more information, call 6390171. The website is www.gcschools. net /cft /

Colleges And Universities In Region Offer A Wide Variety Of Choices Several colleges and universities in Northeast Tennessee serve students from Greene County. They include: TUSCULUM COLLEGE Location: 60 Shiloh Road Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 1-800-729-0256 or 423-636-7300 Website: www.tusculum. edu Enrollment: Tusculum College’s official enrollment for the 2012-13 year was 1,980 undergraduate students and 219 graduate students. Full-time faculty: 85 Part-time faculty: 168 Student-teacher ratio: 15:1 Tuition: $21,620 (per year for both in-state and out-of-state students) Room-and-board: (per year): $8,000 Academic: As the oldest college in Tennessee, Tusculum College has a long tradition of preparing its students to be strong con-

tributors to their communities. Tusculum College operates on the “focused calendar” scheduling system, in which students take one course at a time for 3.5 weeks. The academic year is comprised of eight blocks, four per semester. The traditional student body is composed of individuals from 31different states and 15 foreign countries. The college’s student body also includes working adults who can earn a degree through Graduate and Professional Studies programs designed to accommodate their family and career responsibilities. Professional Studies classes meet in locations throughout East Tennessee. The Northeast region office is at the main campus in Greeneville, and the Southeast region office is located in the Knoxville Regional Center just off the Pellissippi Parkway. Students also have the opportunity through the

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administration. For the bachelor’s degree program within organizational management, students have the

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Colleges Starts on Page 44 offering a bachelor’s program in business administration. The latest Professional Studies degree program is a bachelor’s degree in psychology. The Gateway program helps students with little

or no college credit earn core course credits. A total of five master’s degree programs are offered through Professional Studies, four of which are educationrelated. Some of the concentrations include: K-12 education, organizational training and education and human resource development.

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Athletics: Tusculum is a member of Division II of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. It competes in the South Atlantic Conference. The college fields varsity teams in baseball, football, softball, volleyball, and men’s and women’s basketball, cross-country, golf, soccer and tennis.

WALTERS STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Location: WSCC’s Greeneville- Greene County Center for Higher Education, at 215 N. College St., is an extension of Walters State’s main campus in Morristown, at 500 South Davy Crockett Parkway. The college has other campuses in Sevierville and New Tazewell.

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www.greenevillesun.com Phone: Call the Greeneville-Greene County Center for Higher Education at 798-7940, or the Morristown campus at 1800-225-4770. Website: www.ws.edu Enrollment: The total enrollment for Walters State is 6,554 with approximately 1,089 students at the Greeneville Center. Full-time faculty: 20 at the Greeneville campus Part-time faculty: 38 at the Greeneville campus Student-teacher ratio: 19:1 In-state tuition (per semester): $1,807.50 (12 hours is considered full-time) Out-of-state tuition (per semester): $7,027.50 Academic: WSCC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, supported by the state of Tennessee and is a constituent of the State University and Community College System of Tennessee, governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents. It offers both credit and non-credit courses. The two-year college offers 100 programs that lead to the associate of science, associate of arts, associate of science in teaching, associate of applied science degrees, and technical certificate programs. WSCC provides parallel university programs that prepare students to transfer two years of college work. Business, technical education, health and public-safety programs help prepare students for immediate employment. In addition, communityservice programs are available for individuals desiring professional growth or personal enrichment. Also offered are public service programs in support of economic and community development; dual enrollment courses for high school students; advanced and developmen-

tal education programs for students with special academic needs; student development and leadership programs and activities; and research and development activities applied to institutional advancement. The WSCC Greeneville campus includes general education classrooms, administrative offices, computer labs, chemistry and biology laboratories, student lounge areas and a media room. WSCC’s East Tennessee Law Enforcement Academy and WSCC’s Respiratory Care program also are located at the Greeneville campus. Most recently, the college’s nursing program was expanded to the Greeneville campus. The college has established articulation agreements with numerous four-year colleges and universities including Tusculum College and East Tennessee State University, outlining specific requirements for transfer without loss of credits. Athletics: Walters State is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association. It fields varsity teams in men’s baseball and golf, women’s softball and men’s and women’s basketball. EAST TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY Location: Main campus is in Johnson City. Phone: (423) 439-4213, or 1-800-GO2-ETSU Website: www.etsu.edu Enrollment: In fall 2012, ETSU had 14,536 students from more than 48 states and 74 countries and U.S. dependencies. Full-time faculty: 583 Part-time faculty: 290 Student-teacher ratio: 21.4:1 In-state tuition PLEASE SEE COLLEGES | 47


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Colleges Starts on Page 46 (per semester): $3,357 (for full-time student taking 12 credit hours) Out-of-state tuition (persemester):$10,677.50 (for full-time student taking 12 credit hours) Room-And-Board In 2012-13, campus housing rates ranged from $1,612 to $2,503 per semester for double-occupancy; rates were higher for private accommodations. Meal plans for 2013-14 start at $1,280. Academic: ETSU offers a range of career options and degree programs, from medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy and various health science fields to teacher education to many areas of business to an array of liberal arts opportunities including art, chemistry, mathematics, social work, communication, criminal justice, foreign languages and numerous others. The university offers two-year, four-year and graduate programs. The Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy admitted its first class in 2007 and the first class graduated in May 2010. One-of-a-kind programs at ETSU include: the world’s only master’s degree in storytelling; the nation’s only comprehensive bluegrass music program at a four-year institution; a motorsports operations program offered in partnership with Bristol Motor Speedway; Tennessee’s only bachelor’s degree in surveying and mapping science; the Governor’s School of Scientific Exploration of Tennessee Heritage and the Miocene-Epoch Gray Fossil Site, with a multi-milliondollar ETSU and General

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King University Location: 1350 King College Road Bristol, TN 37620 Phone: (423) 652-4861 or 1-800-362-0014 Website: www.king.edu

Milligan College Location: 1 Blowers Blvd. Milligan College, TN 37682 Phone: (423) 461-8700 Website: www.milligan.edu

Maryville College Location: 502 E. Lamar Alexander Pkwy. Maryville, TN 37804 Phone: 1-800-597-2687 Website: www.maryvillecollege.edu

Northeast State Community College Location: 2425 Highway 75 Blountville, TN 37617 Phone: 423-323-3191 Website: www.northeaststate.edu

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Site preparation at the new Walters State Community College Greeneville-Greene County campus was nearly complete in summer 2013. Johnson & Gaylon Construction of Knoxville is the contractor. Shale Brick Natural History Museum and Visitor Center research facility located 1.8 miles off exit 13 on I-26. Also offered is a threedimensional graphic design and digital media computer animation program whose graduates are in great demand. Athletics: ETSU is a member of Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and currently competes in the Atlantic Sun conference. ETSU fields varsity teams in men’s and women’s basketball, cross country, golf, tennis, soccer, and track and field, as well as men’s baseball and women’s softball and volleyball. In 2015, ETSU will launch a football program. Plans are underway for a new on-campus football stadium and Carl Torbush has been hired as head football coach. Beginning in 2015, ETSU will compete in the Southern Conference. UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE Location: The University of Tennessee’s main campus is in downtown Knoxville. Phone: (865)-974-1000

or (865) 974-2184(Admissions) or (865) 974-2225 (Public Relations) Website: www.utk.edu Enrollment: The Knoxville campus has an enrollment of 20,829 undergraduate students and 6,189 graduate students. Instructional faculty: 1,458 Student-teacher ratio: 17:1 In-state tuition 2013/2014: (new undergraduates and transfers) $11,194 (returning fulltime undergraduates taking 12 hours) $9,684 Out-of-state tuition: 2013/2014: (new undergraduates and transfers) $29,684 (returning fulltime undergraduates taking 12 hours) $28,174 Room-and board: (per year) $8,752 Academic: The University of Tennessee was founded in 1794. Including both the undergraduate and graduate schools, students can enroll in more than 300 degree programs in the colleges of agricultural sciences and

natural resources, architecture and design, arts and sciences, business administration, communication and information, education, health and human sciences, engineering, law, nursing, social work and veterinary medicine. Athletics: UT is a Division I member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. It fields varsity teams in men’s and women’s basketball, cross country, golf, swimming and diving, tennis, and track and field, men’s football and baseball, women’s rowing, soccer, softball and volleyball. Thompson-Boling Arena hosts women’s and men’s basketball, while Neyland Stadium is home to Vols football team. OTHERS NEARBY: Carson-Newman University Location: 1646 Russell Ave. Jefferson City, TN 37760 Phone: (865) 471-2000 Website: www.cn.edu

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Libraries In The Community Offer Many Resources To The Public The Greeneville-Greene County Public Library, at 210 N. Main St., has more than 56,000 items, including books, DVDs, videos and various audio resources. The library’s mission is to provide current and up-todate information in print, nonprint and through electronic resources. The library checked out 80,617 items in 2012, plus several thousand items circulated through the Regional E-Book and Audio Book Download System (R.E.A.D.S.), which can be accessed online through the library’s website at www.ggcpl. org The library’s original building, first occupied on April 5, 1915, was constructed along Summer Street with assistance from the Carnagie Foundation. The library moved to its current location in 1975. It celebrated its 105th birthday in August 2013. All library services are open to cardholders. To obtain a free library card, only proof of residence in Greene County is needed, such as a driver license or telephone bill. Persons may also complete an application. The card will be mailed within three working days. Operational costs of the library are paid jointly by the county and city governments. The library’s books and other items, however, were purchased with donations and grants. The library receives more than 50 periodicals, including five newspapers. The Knoxville News-Sentinel, Johnson City Press, USA Today and The Wall Street Journal are kept for two months while The Greeneville Sun is kept for three months. Issues of The Greeneville Sun and other Greeneville newspapers, some dating back to 1914, are on microfilm at the T. Elmer Cox Historical and Genealogical Library.

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speed Internet and WI-FI access. In 2012, the library recorded more than 13,000 Internet visits. Computers are available to the public with no charge and can be used for one hour with a valid library card or other form of identification. There are filters for Internet content, and users are required to sign a contract with an understanding that there is no toleration for offensive sites. Children and teenagers 15 years old and younger must be accompanied by an adult at all times to use Internet services. Public access computers also have Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Printing can be done at the library for 20 cents a page. The Youth Builders conduct the Library Book Sale each FREE ONLINE ACCESS year in the Spring, with donaThe library has free high- tions for the sale received year-

round. The library’s interlibrary loan program enables local patrons to request books from elsewhere in the Watauga Regional Library system and from libraries throughout Tennessee. Requested items are usually available for pickup within two weeks. The interlibrary courier service of the Watauga Regional Library includes all public libraries in Carter, Greene, Johnson, Sullivan, Unicoi and Washington Counties, as well as the libraries at East Tennessee State University and Northeast State Community College.

readers who encourage youngsters to enjoy books during their summer break. The children are challenged to read 10 books each and are encouraged to journal about each in a personal reading log. In 2012, 125 children participated in the program. At the end of the program, each child receives a certificate signed by the governor of Tennessee and the library director. After-school begins in August, and the library features a story time every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. for preschoolers.

section especially for teenage readers. Located immediately behind the library is the Big Spring, which drew pioneers to the Greeneville region. The spring was first used by Native Americans and served as Greeneville’s major water source for more than 150 years, according to the Tennessee Historical Commission.

LIBRARY STAFF, HOURS Three full-time employees, one part-time employee and a few regular volunteers supply the bulk of the library’s employment. The library’s hours are: CHILDREN’S SECTION Monday and Thursday from The library has more than 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Tuesday, SUMMER READING 12,000 books in its children’s Wednesday and Friday from 9 Beginning in early June, the section. a.m. to 5 p.m. library sponsors a summer In addition to its large colPLEASE SEE LIBRARIES | 49 reading program for children. lection of juvenile items, the The program hosts guest library also has a young adult


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Libraries Starts on Page 48 The library is closed on Saturday and Sunday. For more information call 638-5034 or visit www.ggcpl. org T. ELMER COX HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL LIBRARY Trying to find an ancestor?

Working on a family mystery? If so, then the T. Elmer Cox Historical and Genealogical Library may be able to help. A branch of GreenevilleGreene County Public Library, the Cox Library is at 229 North Main St., up the block from the main library. It opened in 2000. Don Miller is the director of both the Historical and Genealogical Library and the Greeneville-Greene County

Public Library. The library is named in honor of the late T. Elmer Cox, who was Greene County’s first official historian. His generous bequest enabled the GreenevilleGreene County Public Library to purchase and renovate the historic building that became the Cox Library. In addition to housing materials amassed by Cox over his lifetime, the Cox Library

also contains resources that were formerly located in the Tennessee Room of the main library and original public records from the Greene County Courthouse. ACQUIRED MANY MATERIALS Since its opening, the Cox Library has acquired several hundred additional books, periodicals and microfilm items, as well as a large body of other materials pertaining

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Libraries Starts on Page 49 settlement of East Tennessee — particularly eastern Pennsylvania, northern Virginia and central North Carolina. The library’s holdings also include Greene County newspapers, federal census records (entire United States available online), cemetery records (many regional counties), death certificates (all of Tennessee, 1914-1958), maps, North Carolina and East Tennessee land grants, local city directories, Greene County telephone directories, school yearbooks, photograph scrapbooks, genealogy query files, family files, and local history files. Internet service is available at four public computers. COUNTY RECORDS The Greene County governmental records on file at the Cox Library are of various types and cover various periods. The earliest of these records begin in 1783. The records of what the Tennessee State Library and Archives calls “County Court” include a wide variety of material, including some very old records of a time when judicial matters and “business” matters were handled by the same “court.” In the early 1800s, those functions were divided. For the period from 1834 to 1954, the minutes of the local body that handled county business matters have been archived by the state under the broad heading of “County Court.” Locally, at least during the 1950s, 1960s, and most of the 1970s, what was commonly referred to as “County Court” was known more formally as “County Quarterly Court.” Since September 1978, that elected body has been referred to as the “Greene County Legislative Body” or the “Greene County Commission.” Note: the Cox Library does not have any “County Court” minutes more recent than

March 1954. The more recent minutes are maintained by the office of the Greene County Clerk at the Courthouse Annex on Cutler Street. In the “County Court” collection, researchers also have access to other kinds of documents, including marriage records (1780-1995), wills (1780-1986), estate settlements (1802-1950), estate inventories (1810-1817, 1828-1952), land deeds (1785-1986), trust deeds (1841-1947), tax lists (various dates, 1783-1913), guardian records (1872-1960), court minutes (1783-1954), miscellaneous loose records (1851-early 1900s), and a few records of various other types. Circuit Court records include Civil Court minutes (18091950), and Criminal Court minutes (1815-1954). Chancery Court records include minutes (1825-1973) and case files (1825-c. 1950). MICROFILM COLLECTION In addition to providing Internet access at its public computers, the Cox Library also has extensive facilities for use of its sizable microfilm collection. Many of its most important materials — including newspapers, death certificates, land grants and court records — are accessed primarily through microfilm. Two microfilm reader-printers are available for public use. Because the library is a specialized research facility with many unique or rare resources, none of its materials circulate to the public. However, photocopy services are available in-house, and the library honors limited requests for photocopies from researchers outside Greene County. Inter-library loan services also are available. WIDESPREAD USE Visitors from all 50 states and 60 of Tennessee’s 95 counties have been to the library. Also, the library has received correspondence from persons

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in 48 states and three foreign countries. As is the case with the Greeneville-Greene County Library, operational costs of the Cox Library are shared jointly by the Greene County and Greeneville governments. The Cox Library also has been the recipient of four grants from the Tennessee State Library and Archives. Funds from these grants have made it possible for staff and volunteers to clean, repair, inventory, and properly store many thousands of loose County Court records, including marriage licenses and bonds from 1780 through 1995. Ultimately, these records will be microfilmed, along with a large body of other court records that are currently being processed for permanent storage. GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY Strong support from the state library has been accompanied by local support from the Greene County Genealogical Society (GCGS). Formed in 1985 by six Greene Countians, GCGS grew to include more than 200 members from throughout the nation by the end of 2012. Genealogical Society volunteers contribute much time on a regular basis to various library projects. The society has made many important purchases for the library. Greene County Genealogical Society membership dues are $15 annually. They include a subscription to “The Greene County Pioneer,” its semiannual publication issued in May and November. Hours of operation for the Cox Library are: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday; 1 to 5 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. The facility is closed on Monday, Tuesday and Sunday. Those interested in volunteering at the library, making donations or in joining the Greene County Genealogical Society should contact Don Miller, director of the T. Elmer

Cox Historical and Genealogical Library, at 638-9866. On the Web: www.ggcpl.org and look for the T. Elmer Cox Collection link. THOMAS J. GARLAND LIBRARY Tusculum College’s much expanded and renovated library was dedicated and renamed in 2008 for Thomas J. Garland, former legislator, businessman and educator from Greeneville and a longtime supporter of the college. The Thomas J. Garland Library covers more than 34,000 square-feet, almost triple the space of the previous facility, which was constructed in 1910. The library’s expansion allows the college to provide increased on-site reference, circulation and periodical space, as well as to house additional computer terminals and resources. The expanded library also includes six full-size classrooms, eight faculty offices, a conference room and study rooms and a special classroom dedicated to library instruction and information literacy. The print collection now exceeds 185,000 print and microfilm texts and more than 200 periodical subscriptions. Students also have access to 104,000 full-text e-books and more than 20,000 journal titles available via the library’s website at www.library.tusculum.edu Internet access to online databases and other resources is available at both the Greeneville and Knoxville branches of the library or, with passwords, from any computer with Internet access. Residents of Greene County are welcome to make in-house use of the wealth of knowledge housed in Tusculum’s library. However, a Tusculum library card is needed at a cost of $25 per year. Call (423) 636-7320. MOSHEIM PUBLIC LIBRARY The Mosheim Public Library, at 730 Main St. in Mosheim, is almost 2,300 square-feet big-

ger than the previous library building that had been just down the street. Founded in 1980 as a bookmobile station, the Mosheim Public Library first had its own building, at 1000 Main St., in 1980, but it was only 961 square-feet. The new Mosheim Public Library is an attractive, 3,300 square-foot facility that cost $300,000 to build. It opened in 2001. The state government provided nearly $130,000, some of those funds coming from federal resources. The Mosheim Public Library has a collection of more than 15,000 resources, including books, periodicals, journals, video cassettes, DVDs and audio tapes. Books and other resources are obtained through donations, memorials and funding by the town’s government. Part of the Watauga Regional Library System, Mosheim shares inter-loan agreements with libraries in various other places such as Sullivan County, Washington County, Bristol and Elizabethton. The library is equipped with 13 computers; two printers; a copy machine and a fax machine and Internet access that is supervised by the library staff and volunteers. A summer reading program is available for all youngsters who wish to either read in a quiet atmosphere or be read to by another individual. The reading program begins at the first of June and runs through the end of the month. A library card is all that is required to borrow books from the library. A card can be given the same day an application is received with a valid driver license and a piece of mail to verify street address. The library’s hours are noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and noon to 5 p.m. on Friday. Call the library at 422-7937. On the Web: www.mosheimlib. org


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Two Hospitals And Many Health-Care Professionals Call Greene County Home More than 150 healthcare professionals provide medical services to meet the needs of the residents of this community. More than 90 physicians, specializing in diverse fields, offer emergency and regular care. The physicians work in private practices and at two local hospitals — Laughlin Memorial Hospital and Takoma Regional Hospital. Laughlin Memorial Hospital is at 1420 Tusculum Blvd. Its telephone number is 787-5000. The hospital has 140 beds. Takoma Regional Hospital, which has 100 beds, is located at 401 Takoma Ave. The telephone number is 639-3151. Takoma Regional Hospital is part of the Wellmont Health System. The following is a list of health-care professionals. They are arranged alphabetically according to specialty. ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY Allergic Diseases, Asthma and Immunology Clinic 1406 Tusculum Blvd., Suite 2500 638-9595 Marek M. Pienkowski, M.D., Ph.D. Jennifer Huffstetler, F.N.P. Allergy, Asthma, and Sinus Center 1410 Tusculum Blvd., Suite 2300 823-5190 Phillip Jones, M.D. AUDIOLOGY Greeneville Hearing Center 400 Y St. 638-2721

Daniel R. Schumaier, John Hamilton, D.C. Ph.D., CCA 1119 Tusculum Bvd. Jane M. Fritz, M.S., 638-2233 CCC-A, ABA Sarah Campbell, AuD., Greeneville ChiroCCC/A practic Inc. 155 Mason St. CARDIOLOGY 638-5361 Tri State Cardiology Leonard L. Hartman, 1410 Tusculum Blvd. D.C. 638-2270 Harold Allison Snelson Chiropractic Joseph Bailey Health Center Mark Chang 510 Tusculum Blvd. Scott Jay 639-1431 Collier Jordan Bryon Snelson, D.C. Herbert Ladley Jack Whitaker DERMATOLOGY Greeneville DermaCHIROPRACTIC tology Appalachian ChiroSuite 1100 practic Center Laughlin Medical 510 Justis Drive Building #3 639-4440 1404 Tusculum Blvd. Cindy Johnson Kricko, 787-7020 D.C. Lawrence H. Reid, M.D. Bryant Chiropractic Pamela Davis, PA-C Clinic w w w.g reenev illeder1104 E. Church St., matology.com Suite 1 636-1550 EMERGENCY MEDICINE Clifford E. Bryant, Laughlin Memorial D.C. Hospital, Inc. Emergency Services Frost Chiropractic Department Center Team Health 1128 Tusculum Blvd. Emergency Physicians Suite C 1420 Tusculum Blvd. 798-9710 787-5000 Stephanie Frost, D.C. w w w.laugh l i n memo Bill Frost, D.C. rial.org www.frostchiropractic. net Takoma Emergency Center Gilliam Chiropractic 401 Takoma Ave. Center 636-2360 452 E. Bernard St. Remy Sagadraca, M.D. 638-4325 Charles Kochert, M.D. Robert M. Gilliam, Atif Resheed, M.D. D.C. Tom Minnich, M.D. Bruce Boggs, M.D. John R. Hamilton, Ralph Resch, M.D. D.C. www.takoma.org www.drjohnhamilton. com Greeneville ChiropracPLEASE SEE HEALTH | 52 tic Inc.

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Laughlin Memorial Hospital is located at 1420 Tusculum Blvd. The telephone number is 787-5000.

Health Starts on Page 51 GASTROENTEROLOGY James A. Swenson, M.D. Suite 1200 Laughlin Medical Building 1410 Tusculum Blvd. 787-7280 Takoma Medical Associates 438 E. Vann Rd. Suite 201 278-1703 Gordon L. Marsa, M.D. Joseph Kretschmar, M.D. A ngela Johnson, F.N.P. GENERAL/FAMILY PRACTICE Baileyton Medical Center 580 Van Hill Rd. 234-1020 Melissa Robbins, F.N.P. The Doctor’s Office 109 E. Church St. 638-4131 Rufus Breckenridge, M.D. Charles Montgomery, M.D.

Andy Roberts, M.D. Dr. Strange’s Family Practice 701 Professional Plaza 639-7141 E. Brad Strange, M.D. Family Physicians of Greeneville Laughlin Medical Building 1410 Tusculum Blvd. Suite 2600 787-7000 Kevin Toppenberg, M.D. Marcia D. Toppenberg, M.D. Greene County Health Department 810 W. Church St. P.O. Box 159 798-1749 Aimee Henley, A.P.N. Adriana Kovalik, A.P.N. Greenev i l le Fa m ily P ractice A ssociates 1404 Tusculum Blvd. Suite 210 0 638 -1188 Michael H. Hartsell, M.D. Sonja B. Woods, M.D. Heather M. Wilson, N.P.

Greeneville Urgent Care 1021 Coolidge St., Suite 4 636-8891 Bruce Berry, M.D. Marsha Montemarano, N.P. Kenneth C. Susong, M.D. 110 Spencer St. 638-7191 Limestone Medical Center 105 Limestone Ruritan Rd. 257-8089 James Clark, M.D. Emily Chappeliar, P.A. Patmos EmergiClinic 1231 Tusculum Blvd. 639-9970 Robert S. Berry, M.D. w w w. p a t m o s e m e r giclinic.com Phil Thwing, M.D. 400 Y Street 639-0707 Summit Family Medicine 1404 Tusculum Blvd. Suite 2300 PLEASE SEE HEALTH |53


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Takoma Regional Hospital is located at 401 Takoma Ave., just off Asheville Highway in Greeneville. The telephone number is 639-3151.

Health Starts on Page 52 639-6436 Jaime Oakley, M.D. Craig Schmalzride, M.D. Susan Flaglor, A.N.P. w w w.summithea lthcare.com Takoma Medical Associates 438 E. Vann Rd. Suite 100 278-1700 James R. McKinney, M.D. Michael J. Odell, M.D. Richard J. Aasheim, M.D. Claes U. Svendsen, M.D. Daniel Lewis, M.D. Crystal Dyer, M.D. Terry Howard D.O. Mike Stone, P.A. Valerie Mullins, P.A. Jessica Smith P.A. www.takoma.org INTERNAL MEDICINE Greeneville Internal Medicine 1404 Tusculum Blvd. Suite 3100 638-4114 Joseph W. Austin, M.D.

Maynard W. Austin, M.D. Thomas F. Beckner III, M.D. Joseph Scott, M.D. Leah Rogers, P.A. www.summitmedical. com Internal Medicine Associates 438 E. Vann Rd. Suite 201 278-1800 Candi Overholt, M.D. Katherine Gray, M.D. Lori Grabner, N.P. Trinity Internal Medicine 895 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy 639-3330 Robert Locklear, M.D. OBSTETRICS/ GYNECOLOGY Greeneville Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinic Laughlin Medical Building Suite 1800 1410 Tusculum Blvd. 787-7060 Lloyd R. Barnes, M.D. Greeneville Women’s Clinic Laughlin Medical Building

Suite 1300 1410 Tusculum Blvd. 787-7050 Peter A. Reardon, M.D. Women’s Center of Greeneville, P.C. 1021 Coolidge St. Suite 2 636-2300 Jo Lynn Hawthorne, M.D. Harry C. Nelson, M.D. Karin Small, M.D. OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE IndustriCare 1021 Coolidge St., Suite 4 636-9828 Bruce Berry, M.D. Summit Family Medic i ne / O c c upat ion a l Health Services 1404 Tusculum Blvd. Suite 2300 639-6436 Jaime Oakley, M.D. Craig Schmalzride, M.D. Martha Cousins, A.N.P. w w w.summithea lthcare.com PLEASE SEE HEALTH |54

At Niswonger Children’s Hospital, we know children are not small adults. Because children are growing and developing, children’s health care needs are constantly changing. They need health care that is tailored to their unique needs, involves their parents from start to finish and is provided in places designed to be kid-sized and child-friendly. Our hospital was designed to provide for the unique needs of children and combines compassionate, personalized care with state-of-the-art technology. Niswonger Children’s Hospital is located in Johnson City, Tenn., and serves the children and families of Southern Appalachia. For more information, please call 423431-1014 or visit our website.


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Health Starts on Page 53 ONCOLOGY/HEMATOLOGY East TN Cancer and Blood Center Laughlin Medical Building Suite 2000 1406 Tusculum Blvd. 787-7080 A.K. Sen, M.D. www.easttennesseeoncology. com OPHTHALMOLOGY Greeneville Eye Clinic 801 E. Church St. 639-6848 William J. Smead, M.D. Luke L. Ellenburg Jr., M.D. Laura L. Urban, M.D. Thomas L. Brown, M.D. OPTICIANS Greeneville Eye Clinic Optical Shop 801 E. Church St. 639-6454 Greeneville Eyecare Center 204 Emory Rd. 638-4151 Sunnyside Optical 415 E. Bernard Ave. 639-4961

www.eastvieweyecare.com Greeneville Eye Care Center Allen Yandell, O.D. Addison DiMartino, O.D. 204 Emory Rd. 638-4151 Oldstage Eyecare John K. Clement, O.D. 1539 Industrial Road 639-8856 Limestone Family Eye Center J. Dale Grant, O.D. 364 Opie Arnold Road Limestone 257-2340 Robert A. Helm, O.D. Walmart 3755 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. 639-5523 ORTHOPAEDICS Greeneville Orthopaedic Clinic P.C. 223 N. Main St. 639-2103 Richard W. Pectol Jr., M.D. John L. Freeman, M.D. Christopher Castle, N.P. Alvin Murphey, P.A. TMA Orthopedics 278-1650

Tri-City Vision Center 1310 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. 638-6236 The Vision Center Walmart 3755 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. 639-2171 OPTOMETRISTS AA Eyecare 910 Tusculum Blvd. Suite 2 639-2002 Marietta Vestal, O.D. Pete Vestal, O.D. East View Eye Care, P.C. 1000 Tusculum Blvd. Suite 4 639-8128 Bradford M. Emde, O.D. Shelly F. Shaw, O.D.

OTOLARYNGOLOGY Greeneville Ear Nose and Throat Specialists Laughlin Medical Office Building 1410 Tusculum Blvd. Suite 2500 638-1291 Susan P. Abernathy, D.O. Thomas Carrino, MP.A.S, P.A.C. Lawrence Dewitte P.A. Tracy Douglas, M.S. Audiologist PATHOLOGY Greeneville Pathology 209 N. College St. 639-5781 W.C. Carl Thacker, M.D. Watauga Pathology 400 N. State of Franklin Rd., Johnson City

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431-6389 Patrick Costello, M.D. PEDIATRICS Greeneville Pediatric Clinic 221 N. Main St. 787-6050 Walter D. Ashe Jr., M.D. Douglas C. Cobble, M.D. Darla Morgan, F.N.P. Kids First Pediatrics 5000 Monarch Pointe 798-6630 Richard S. McGill, D.O., FAAP Laurie E. Trosin, M.D, FAAP Kimberly Hawkins, P.N.P. Kinder Klinic 275 Burger Drive Chuckey 257-6966 Orville Ward Swarner, M.D. Julia Swarner, Dr.P.H. Becky Morrison, C.P.N.P. Greene Mountain Pediatrics 428 E. Vann Road 278-1950 Timothy L. Fuller, D.O. Charles S. Perry, M.D. Justin Jones, D.O. Charla Olson, A.P.N. Amanda Curtis, A.P.N. Andrea Heaton, A.P.N. PHYSICAL THERAPY Apple Rehab Services 533 Tusculum Blvd. 787-1121 www.bodybyme.com www.thebackmachine.com BenchMark Physical Therapy 223 W. Summer St. 638-1111 Diane Coffey, P.T. Anthony Tullock, P.T. www.benchmarkpt.com Greeneville Orthopaedic Clinic, P.T. 223 N. Main St. Suite 2 798-0563 Alan Nance, P.T./A.T.C. Michelle Barefield, P.T. Darbi Neas, C.A./P.P.M. Rebecca Hite, P.T.A.

TMA Physical Medicine & Rehab 438 E. Vann Road, Suite 301 278-1650 PODIATRY Melissa Gaffney, DPM 438 E. Vann Road, Suite 301 TMA Podiatry 438 E. Vann Road, Suite 301 278-1665 Arthur Belanger, DPM PSYCHIATRY Nolachuckey-Holst on Area Mental Health Center 401 Holston Dr. 639-1104 1-877-928 -9062 (after hours) www.frontierhealth.org Takoma Outpatient Behavioral Health 303 Takoma Ave. 636-0491 William Diebold, M.D. Rhonda Malina, A.P.R.N. Patricia Chesnut, L.C.S.W. PSYCHOLOGY John Johnson, Ph.D. Murray Scher, Ph.D. 907 Tusculum Blvd. 638-8071 PULMONARY DISEASES East Tennessee Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine 1404 Tusculum Blvd 798-8052 Mandeep Bakshi, M.D. Alice Pinyan N.P. RADIATION ONCOLOGY John C. Boys, M.D. Laughlin Memorial Hospital 1420 Tusculum Blvd. 787-5040 www.laughlinmemorial.org RADIOLOGY Trek Radiology Suite 1000 Laughlin Medical Building #1 1410 Tusculum Blvd. 638-7057 R. Adams, M.D. Scott Vermillion, M.D. Paul D’Angelo, M.D.

www.mpminc85.com Takoma Radiology 401 Takoma Ave. 636-2362 Raymond Kohne, M.D. Robert Thomas, M.D. www.takoma.org SENIORS Takoma Inpatient Senior Care Center 401 Takoma Ave. 636-2446 William Diebold, M.D. Rhonda Malina, A.P.R.N Patricia Chesnut, L.C.S.W SPORTS MEDICINE Daniel Lewis, M.D., CAQ TMA Sports Medicine 438 E. Vann Road, Suite 301 423-278-1650 Crystal Dyer, M.D. TMA Sports Medicine 438 E. Vann Road, Suite 301 423-278-1650 SURGERY Greeneville Surgical Associates Laughlin Medical Building Suite 1700 1410 Tusculum Blvd. 787-7100 R. Stephen Flohr, M.D. Mark D. Patterson, M.D. Natalie Scott, M.D. W. Robert Bridges, M.D. 438 E. Vann Rd Suite 200 278-1704 Mountain Surgical Laughlin Medical Office Building No. 2 Suite 2001 1406 Tusculum Blvd. 639-9993 George O’Neal Vinsant, M.D.,FACS www.mountainsurgical.com UROLOGY Unity Urology Laughlin Medical Building Office # 3 Suite 2000 1404 Tusculum Blvd. 638-4046 Jason Carter, M.D./F.A.C.F. www.unityurology.com


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Greene County Drug

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Holston United Methodist Home Aids Children And Teens Holston United Methodist Home for Children, with headquarters and main campus in Greeneville, helped more than 400 children and their families in 2012. Holston Home offers a wide variety of services, including residential care and group care for 50-60 children. These children attend Beacon School on campus, where they receive individual instruction to help them make up deficiencies in their academic progress. The goal is to find permanent families for children in care, through foster family care, adoption or return to their rehabilitated homes. Foster parents are trained by professionals at Holston Home in the intricacies of dealing with children who are not their own.

have at one time or another called Holston Home “home” since then. Holston Home employs about 160 people, most of them working in Greeneville. The ministry has offices with social workers in Knoxville, Johnson City, Bristol, and Chattanooga, covering the Holston Conference of the United Methodist Church, an area encompassing all of East Tennessee, the 17 western-most counties of Virginia, and four counties in North Georgia.

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TWO DAY CARE CENTERS Holston Home operates two day care centers in Greeneville — the Children’s Center on the Newport Highway and Small Miracles near the Fairgrounds. Tuitions are sometimes subsidized by United Way. Both child care centers have been awarded Tennessee’s three-star ranking, which are the highest possible ratings, and are inspected regularly to ensure that children are learning and playing in a safe and wholesome environment.

This stately brick structure, at 810 W. Irish St., is the last remaining building of the original Holston Home orphanage. A crowd attended the June 24, 2013 dedication of the building as the Charles and Eva Grey Hutchins History House.

(PAL) at the Brumit Center apartment complex — one for girls and one for boys — where they are taught how to live on their own. They must pay rent, keep their apartments clean, do their own cooking, attend school regularly and hold a regular, part-time job. They are taught how to manage their finances, apply for a job and be a good neighbor. They PAL PROGRAM Teens who are approaching also learn the value of commuthe age of 18 may move into nity service. At the end of their experience Preparation for Adult Living

in the PAL program, the rent they paid is returned to them to be used as “seed” money to help them pay their own way as newly-on-their-own adults. Students at Holston Home are provided counseling and other support services and have recreational facilities available to them, including an equestrian program, a ropes course, a climbing wall, racquetball court, a gymnasium and an outdoor, covered basketball court. They participate in regular canoeing, hiking and camping.

A garden and a small orchard teaches them agricultural skills. BACKGROUND In 1895, Mrs. Elizabeth Wiley, widow of the president of Emory & Henry College in Virginia, founded Holston Home as an orphanage. Mrs. Wiley believed that every child had the right to a safe place to live, a good education, and the opportunity to gain Christian knowledge. More than 8,500 children

RECENTLY RENOVATED Holston Home in recent years has completed a rebuilding and renovation project, in which it replaced “cottages” built in 1954 with new residences, renovated the Administration Building, and landscaped the campus. The project was completed and dedicated in August 2009. Much of Holston Home’s funding comes from the churches in the Holston Conference and individual donors who wish to help children reach their God-given potential. The State of Tennessee also provides funding through contracted care. When students leave Holston Home, they are provided followup support. Holston Home and its donors provide scholarship opportunities for students to continue their education after high school. Additional information is available on the website at www. holstonhome.org or by calling (423) 638-9267.

Nolachuckey-Holston Mental Health Center Offers Many Services Nolachuckey-Holston Area Mental Health Center is the community’s leading provider of mental health, substance abuse and/or co-occurring disorders, 24/7 crisis services, developmental disabilities, recovery and vocational rehabilitation services for adults, children

and youth. Outpatient counseling and case management services are provided for adults, children and youth in Greene County, and satellites in Rogersville and Sneedville. As a division of Frontier Health,

individuals can access services at 65 other hearing impaired, AIDS, runaways, youth facilities in 12 counties of Northeast Tennes- in crisis, adolescent group care and therasee and Southwest Virginia. peutic foster care. The regional provider offers residential Outpatient and residential facilities serve alcohol and drug treatment and crisis stabilization services nearby and addresses the PLEASE SEE SERVICES | 57 needs of victims of domestic violence, the


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Family Ministries Aids At-Risk Children, Families, Women In Crisis In 1939, a Free Will Baptist Orphanage was founded in the small, rural community of Camp Creek at the foot of the Cherokee National Forest in Greene County. Since that time, Free Will Baptist Family Ministries has evolved into Family Ministries, a comprehensive social service agency with a full range of services to meet the needs of pregnant teens and young women, infants, toddlers, adolescents, at-risk teens, senior citizens and families. The overall goal of Family Ministries is to provide strong support systems that enable the youth and adults they serve to become productive and healthy members of their communities. Family Ministries strives to reach out to hurting youth and families with a message of love and healing. This goal is being achieved through various

programs and services. TRULA CRONK HOMES The main campus in Camp Creek consists of four cottages. The Trula Cronk Homes for Children serve at-risk youth across Tennessee, Greene County and several other surrounding counties who are referred by the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services, juvenile courts, judges and other agencies. Family Ministries seeks to provide a safe environment with trained, loving house parents and staff to help nurture hurting boys and girls and their families. JACKSON-TOLLE LEARNING CENTER The Jackson-Tolle Learning Center, Family Ministries’ licensed K-12 private Christian school and intensive day-treatment program, serves children who come to the facility academically unprepared to enter the

Services Starts on Page 56 nearly 55,000 individuals annually. Nolachuckey-Holston services include: • 24/7 emergency services; • The Crisis Stabilization Unit, a voluntary unit for adults experi-

public school system. The ministry strives to lay a solid foundation upon which they can rebuild the broken pieces of their lives. Family Ministries also has residential facilities in Arkansas. GOT LOVE? FOSTER CARE PROGRAM The Got Love? Foster Care Program brings together loving, welltrained foster families and children who have been placed in foster care. It is a licensed childplacing agency with the State of Tennessee. Foster care and special needs adoption are vital aspects of this ministry. Family Ministries’ mission is to see children achieve permanency through reunification and independent living. Foster parents have the unique opportunity to change forever the life of a teen by providing the setting for change

encing a mental health emergency to help stabilize; • A residential program for addiction and/or co-occurring mental health diagnosis; • Couples, group, and individual therapy, family counseling, marital therapy, medication therapy; • Children and youth services and education programs; • Consultation and educational services to other community orga-

nizations and agencies; • Outpatient psychotherapy, education and prevention, substance abuse treatment, grief counseling and referral services; • Children and youth services, intervention, prevention, and education programs; • Residential treatment for adults with substance addiction and/or co-occurring disorders; • A developmental disabilities

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program empowers people to live at their highest level of independence; • Consultation and educational services are provided to other community organizations and agencies; and • Referrals to psychiatric inpatient care for children and/or adults. Medicare, TennCare and thirdparty insurance are accepted.

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through a positive family This year-round facilenvironment. ity has 16 guest rooms, RV hookups, rock climbHOPE CENTER ing wall, zip line and an The Hope Center Cri- outdoor pool with water sis Pregnancy/Resource slide. Center, at 314 Tusculum The retreat center is at Blvd., next to Greeneville 265 Camp Joshua Lane High School, provides in Greeneville. Call 638young mothers with baby 2267 for more informasupplies, parenting and tion. nutrition classes and other educational infor- THE LAURELS RETIREMENT mation. AND ASSISTED LIVING Maternity supplies are The Laurels Retirement also available, as well and Assisted Living facilas free pregnancy tests, ity is in Wise, Va. confidential counseling, At The Laurels, seniors and assistance for teens needing some assistance and women of all ages in with daily activities and crisis. The office number medications can spend is 638-5433. their retirement years in a caring community. THE OAKS RETREAT CENTER The Laurels features At the Oaks Retreat 45 spaciously-designed Center, activities such private living units comas retreats, corporate plete with kitchenettes events, camps, special and cable TV, wireless events, and family out- Internet, and phone serings can be accommodat- vice available. ed in a beautiful setting. Local transportation is There are also pre-pro- provided, as well as three grammed events open to meals each day in an elethe public such as weekly gant dining room. and day camps. The facility includes a

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chapel, library, private dining room, wellness center, barber shop and beauty salon, multi-media activities room, two inside courtyards, gift shop and daily planned activities. Call 276-679-5635 for more information. GOVERNOR’S BEND RETIREMENT, ASSISTED LIVING Governor’s Bend, at 1631 Zane Whitson Drive, in Erwin, open in November 2012. The office number is 423-330-6800. The 45,000-square-foot facility is a 54-room assisted living residence with private living units, a chapel, dining rooms, a beauty/ barber salon, spa, wellness center, and library, among other amenities. ADMINISTRATION The Rev. Frank Woods is president and CEO of Family Ministries. Call 423-639-9449, or send email to info@fwbfm. com. Go online at www. fwbfm.com

Reduced fee scaling is offered. For individuals and families who have no ability to pay, local government and United Way funding make services possible. For more information, call (423) 639-1104, or come by the center, located on Holston Drive off West Summer Street. For the Crisis Stabilization Unit, call 1877-928-9062. Website: www.frontierhealth.org

Town of Baileyton Thomas F. Casteel Mayor Barbara M. Tilson, City Recorder Billy Sanders, W.W.T.P Operator Dale Dodds, Police Chief

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Greene Valley Developmental Center Supports Special Needs Greene Valley Developmental Center (GVDC), funded by state and federal revenues, is a residential facility that supports approximately 140 people with varying degrees of special developmental needs on a 475-acre campus along U.S. 11E in Tusculum. In addition to persons supported on campus, Greene Valley Developmental Center is part of the East Regional service delivery system, which serves more than 4,000 people in 34 East Tennessee counties through communitybased programs such as group homes, day programs, vocational centers and respite services operated by agencies that contract with the state.

tians, occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, behavior analysts, psychologists, psychiatrists, psychological examiners, orientation and mobility specialists, audiologists, dental hygienists, and respiratory therapists. A number of staff members provide direct support for the individuals living at Greene Valley. Other staff members provide support services such as supervision, secretarial services, clerical services, food service, laundry, maintenance, computer operations, general services, communications and security. GVDC also operates a facility called Quality Products (QP), which contracts MAJOR EMPLOYER with locally-based companies for jobs Greene Valley is one of Greene Coun- such as parts counting/assembly, packty’s major employers, providing jobs for ing, and quality control. nearly 716 people. EXTENSIVE CAMPUS SERVICES PROVIDED Greene Valley’s spacious campus, at Residential services are provided 24 4850 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy., includes hours a day, seven days per week. six homes, also referred to as cottages, Greene Valley has clinically trained where staff provide individualized resistaff including physicians, registered dential support in a family-type envinurses, licensed practical nurses, dieti- ronment.

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Also on campus are an administration building, a medical treatment unit, a pharmacy, a laboratory, an X-ray unit, a laundry facility and a maintenance plant. An enclosed swimming pool and gymnasium are available to those residing at GVDC and the public. The Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (DIDD) has opened 13 Community Homes throughout Greene County for those transitioning from GVDC to live in the community. Three more homes remain under construction. For more information about the Community Homes, contact Margi Story, Director of East Tennessee Community Homes for the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, at 787-6753.

the East Tennessee Regional service delivery system. The Adaptive Technology Center, part of the East Regional Therapeutic Services Team, is located on the campus of GVDC. The center specializes in design and fabrication of wheelchairs and other personal equipment for individuals who live at GVDC, the East Tennessee Community Homes, and persons receiving services throughout the community. In addition, the East Tennessee Regional Transition Office is on the GVDC campus, and is the liaison between Greene Valley and community homes and/or agencies. The East Fiscal Office is also located on campus and is responsible for accounting, purchasing, and inventory control for the department.

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CONTACT INFORMATION To volunteer, or for more information about Greene Valley Developmental Center, call 787-6800 or mail the center at P.O. Box 910, Greeneville, TN 37744-0910.

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Greene County Offers Numerous Senior, Disabled Services Greene County offers numerous services for the community’s elderly and disabled. The following is a listing of agencies that offer living-assistance opportunities such as home-delivered meals, as well as agencies that offer social and volunteer options for aging citizens. AGING DISABILITY RESOURCE CONNECTIONS Josie Wines, Service Coordinator 203 N. College St., Suite 3 639-7133 Aging Disability Resource Connections is a referral agency for the disabled and elderly. Service Coordinator Josie Wines personally visits elderly (60-plus) and disabled (18-59) to assess the need. Services available range from a homemaker service, chore service (minor home repairs), respite service, per-

sonal care service, and homebound meals. “Aging Disability Resource Connections has helped a lot of senior citizens remain in their own homes with a better quality of life,” Wines said.

203 N. College St., Suite 1 639-3128 or 639-3129 The Roby Fitzgerald Adult Center is a multipurpose center serving the elderly (55-plus) of Greeneville and Greene County. Its services include transportation, natural support services, and leisure time activities. Seniors may enjoy activities such as arts and crafts, Bible study, bridge, bingo, computer, gospel singing, library, line dancing, oil painting, pool tables, Roby Variety Band, rook, sewing, tai chi, a wellness room, a woodshop, and yoga.

HOMEBOUND MEALS Lisa Hawkins, Nutrition Coordinator 203 N. College St. 639-3128 or 639-3129 Homebound Meals provides one nutritious meal a day, Monday through Friday, for the elderly and disabled. It offers both home-delivered meals and a congregate meal for the elderly at the Roby Fitzgerald Adult Cen- RSVP ter. Home-delivered meals are (Retired Senior Volunteer delivered solely by volunteers. Program) Elderly and disabled are Betty Cook, Greene County encouraged to contribute $2 RSVP field coordinator per meal. 203 N. College St. 638-3801 ROBY FITZGERALD ADULT CENTER “The purpose of the RSVP Glenda Blazer, director program is to recruit and

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Dental Services Available In Greeneville, Greene County A number of dentists are David J. Dykes, D.D.S. 1104 E. Church St. 22 Norton Road practicing in Greeneville. 1015 Tusculum Blvd. 639-4176 639-7575 Most are in general practice, 638-6341 www.tusculumdentalcare. but there are specialists in the www.dykesfamilydentistGreene County Health com practices of orthodontics (brac- ry.com Department es), pedodontics (pediatric or Frank Metelka, D.D.S. Smile Solutions children’s dentistry), and oral James W. Gamble Jr., Nathaniel Renner, D.D.S. John W. Lamons, D.D.S. and maxillofacial surgery. D.M.D. 810 W. Church St. 440 Asheville Hwy. 112 Spencer St. 798-1749 638-3371 639-9131 www.smilesolutions-tn.com GENERAL PRACTICE Fred K. Ricker, D.D.S. ABC Family Dentistry Greeneville Dental Asso1719 Lafayette St. Brian D. Smith, D.D.S. Aaron Knop, D.M.D. ciates, PC 639-3861 538 Tusculum Blvd. Cynthia Knop, D.D.S. Amy Armstrong, D.D.S. 638-5791 1018 Tusculum Blvd. Melissa Armbrister, D.D.S. Michael J. Rogers, D.D.S. 639-2176 1308 Tusculum Blvd. Jonathon M. Rogers, Steven F. Smith, D.D.S. www.greenevilledentists.com 639-6120 D.M.D. 217 N. Main St. www.greenevilledental. 1741 Old Tusculum Rd. 639-2911 Donnie Adkins, D.D.S. com 638-7491 600 Tusculum Blvd. www.rogersfamilydental.com James R. Williams, D.D.S. Suite 1 Kevin G. Hartman, D.D.S. 711 K St. 638-5141 816 Tusculum Blvd. Haden C. Scott, D.D.S. 638-3571 Suite 1 208 S. Irish St. Chris A. Bullington, 636-1911 639-5621 D.D.S. www.kevinhartmandds. ORAL, MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 1338 Tusculum Blvd. com Tusculum Dental Care 639-6129 Craig A. Shepherd, D.D.S. Brad S. Johnson, D.M.D. David B. Jones, D.D.S. Nathaniel Renner, D.D.S. 703 K Street

County’s Animal Control Facility Has The Task Of Collecting Strays The James “Jim” Eagle Animal Control Facility collects and temporarily holds stray dogs and cats. Its mission is the humane apprehension, housing and euthanasia of unwanted stray animals. The A nimal Control Facility will keep an animal for a minimum of three days before it is euthanized. If space is available, the facility may extend that time. A major goal of the county government’s A nimal Control Facility is to curtail the transmission of rabies and infectious diseases in the animal population in Greene County by limiting access to stray cats and dogs — which usually are unvaccinated and are potential carriers of disease. T he county ’s animal control of f icers also ser ve as rabies control off icers in conjunction

with the Greene County Health Department. Cooperation with other agencies and animal rescuers enhances their ability to f ind homes for deser ving animals. The A nimal Control Facility is at 990 Hal Henard Road and is operated by the Greene County A nimal Control Department. T he concrete-block building has temperature-controlled, large-animal rooms with small fenced outside enclosures for each room. A small-animal room with cages is also available. Funding for the construction and daily operation is provided by Greene County’s government and the county’s four municipalities. The A nimal Control Facility is open to the public from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday, and Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon. Call 798-1777.

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ORTHODONTICS Bradshaw and Hathaway D.D.S. Daniel W. Bradshaw, D.D.S. John L. Hathaway, D.D.S. 128 Serral Dr. 638-3132 Greeneville Orthodontics Ben Haws, D.D.S. 151 Mason St. 639-3196 www.greenevilleorthodontics.net PEDODONTICS Mark C. Smith, D.D.S. Steven Smith, D.D.S. 217 N. Main St. 639-4000

Rescue Groups Aid Homeless Animals

FERAL FRIENDS This a non-profit organization whose volunteers feed, spay or neuter, and give shelter to hundreds of homeless animals. Feral Friends cares for hundreds of cats and dogs and is unable to take additional animals at this time. Monetary and other donations can be dropped off at Rocky Top Veterinary Hospital, across from Chuckey-Doak Middle School, or by calling 6397353. www.feralfriendsofgreenecounty.org A VOICE FOR PETS RESCUE AND REHABILITATION FOR NEGLECTED DOGS This group houses rescued dogs and cats until they are adopted. For information, call 416-3482 or go online to www.voiceforpets.com LOVEHANDLERS This a rescue for adoptable dogs. For information, call 329-0554 or go online to www.lovehandlers.org


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Humane Society’s Animal Shelter Has Many Pets That Need Homes The Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society, a nonprofit organization, provides the community with many services for animals, pet owners and those concerned about animal welfare. The main service is the Humane Society’s Animal Adoption Center located at 950 Hal Henard Road. The Adoption Center is a “nokill” facility in which animals are euthanized only if their deteriorated physical or mental condition requires it. The Humane Society’s Adoption Center has many lovable dogs and cats waiting eagerly to be adopted into a good home. The center’s adoption fee is $95. This fee covers the adopted pet’s first health checkup, PHOTO SPECIAL TO THE SUN mandatory spay/neuter sur- Janet Medcalf, a volunteer at gery, initial vaccinations and a the Greeneville-Greene County microchip for the animal. Humane Society Animal Shelter,

animal pickup service is offered when the pet’s owner cannot be located. Please contact the Greeneville Police Department, at 6397111, or the Greene County Sheriff’s Department at 7981800, if you discover an injured animal whenever the Adoption Center is closed. Representatives of these agencies will contact Humane Society representatives, who will recover the animal for emergency medical attention. The shelter also runs the “Get ’Em Done! ” low-cost spay-neuter clinic at the Adoption Center. To contact the clinic, call 639-7949.

CRUELTY INVESTIGATIONS The Humane Society’s animal-cruelty of f icer investigates reports of cruelty to domestic animals and helps to prosecute in severe made a big friend in this Great cases. INJURED ANIMALS Repor ts regarding ag r iPyrenees, who was found off A 24-hour, severely injured- Fish Hatchery Road. cultural animals are taken

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by the Society but are forwa rded to the University of Tennessee’s Agricultural Extension Office for initial investigation. Citizens are urged to report incidents of animal cruelty or abuse to the Adoption Center. All such reports are confidential, but must be made in person at the Adoption Center.

MEMBERSHIP Yearly membership costs are: $10 for adults; $5 for juniors (under 18) and senior citizens (over 50); $25 for family memberships; $50 for sponsors; $100 for patrons; and $1,000 for benefactors. The adoption fee is $95. Tax-deductible donations are welcomed by the Society. Please send all donations to the Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society, P.O. Box ‘ADOPT-A-CAGE’ 792, Greeneville, TN 37744 or Citizens may also partici- donations can be brought to pate in the Adopt-A-Cage our center at 950 Hal Henard charity program, which asks Road. for a donation of $10 per month or $50 for six months VOLUNTEERING to pay for the cleaning and The Humane Society welcomes care of one dog or cat cage. volunteers of all ages. There are Or, people may make dona- many volunteer opportunities tions to the Adopt-A-Teacher available. Program, which costs $30 and Drop by or call the Adoption Cenprovides educational materi- ter at 639-4771 from 11 a.m. and 5 als, including the award-win- p.m. Monday through Friday and ning “Kind News” newsletter on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. to area classrooms. The website is www.gchumanesociety.com

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Veterinary Clinics Care For Needs Of Pets, Livestock The health needs of pets and 639-0743 (fax) 639-9594 or 639-9111 livestock are met by more than 470-0774 or 620-8623 (after Dr. Philip Howard, DVM a dozen veterinarians working hours) Dr. Alisa Howard, DVM at veterinary clinics in this Dr. Don E. “Ed” Claiborne, community. DVM CRESTVIEW ANIMAL HOSPITAL D. Amanda Mitchell, DVM 1543 Industrial Road ANIMAL MEDICAL CENTER OF email: amcgreeneville.gmail.com 639-1421 GREENEVILLE, PC Dr. Bob Thorpe, DVM 370 Morgan Road BROOKFIELD ANIMAL HOSPITAL Dr. Beth Morrell 639-6777 (regular hours) 735 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy.

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Many Opportunities Exist To Get Involved In Volunteer Service The Volunteer Center of Greeneville and Greene County helps to meet community needs by bringing people and resources together. The center acquaints people with opportunities to serve as volunteers. The Volunteer Center also works with the Greeneville and Greene County school systems in the development of plans for each of their schools to become a “School of Promise” by carrying out pledges to children that they will have access to a caring adult after school, by providing a safe place after school and by giving them a healthy start, a marketable skill and opportunities to give back to the community. Following is a list of many local agencies that utilize volunteers. Some receive services through the Volunteer Center, while others do not. All are independent agencies. The Volunteer Center also places volunteers in all the local elementary and middle schools. PHOTO SPECIAL TO THE SUN Mary Fitzpatrick is the Volunteer Center director. For The Nathanael Greene Museum depends on volunteers and benefits from community fundraisers. more information, call the Vol- This Bonnets & Brunch get-together on a spring day was such an event, with a silent auction raising more than $5,000 for the museum. unteer Center at 639-9341. ADVOCACY CASA of Northeast Tennessee Contact: 638-5028 Website: www.casanetn.org Volunteers participate in 35 hours of training to serve as child advocates in the Greene County Juvenile Court by investigating and reporting to the judge what would be in the best interest of the child. The Child Advocacy Center of the Third Judicial District Contact: 422-4446 Website: etncac.org The mission of the Child Advocacy Center, in Mosheim, is to combat child sexual abuse and child physical abuse in Greene, Hawkins, Hancock and Hamblen counties. The center coordinates and provides

services to children and their non-offending caregivers in a safe and child-friendly environment. Volunteer responsibilities include clerical work, general care of the building inside and outside (such as cleaning, painting, etc.), and babysitting. ANIMALS/ENVIRONMENT Humane Society Animal Shelter Contact: 639-4771 Website: www.gchumanesociety.com Volunteers who love animals are needed. The Society’s “Love and Assist” program welcomes anyone 18 or older who would like to volunteer time instead of donating money. There are two programs for

Adoption Center volunteers. The first program is in the mornings and volunteers assist with cleaning. The second program is an afternoon program for socializing the animals. Volunteers at least 18 years of age are needed. Volunteers under 18 may volunteer, but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. Visit the Humane Society and fill out the necessary volunteer forms. Keep Greene Beautiful Contact: 638-4111 Website: www.keepgreenebeautiful.com Volunteers are asked to work with the community to develop and maintain a clean and beautiful environment. U.S. Department of Agri-

culture — Forest Service Contact: 638-4109 Website: www.fs.usda.gov/ cherokee The Forest Service office welcomes volunteer participation in trail maintenance and various activities with kids. ARTS AND CULTURE Doak House Museum Contact: 636-8554 Website: www.doakhouse. tusculum.edu The historic home of Samuel Witherspoon Doak, on the campus of Tusculum College, needs volunteers to help with museum programs. Volunteers learn about the history of Tusculum College, then share that knowledge with visitors by serving as tour guides.

Volunteers also may help as a gift shop associate, document transcriber, history researcher, agricultural researcher, herb researcher, hands-on school project teacher or school group interpreter and storyteller. Greene County Heritage Trust For Historic Preservation Contact: George Blanks, 678-4740 Working to preserve the historic legacy of the region, this group needs volunteers to work on special projects. Greeneville-Greene County Library Contact: 638-5034 Website: www.ggcpl.org The library welcomes volunteers to help with shelving books, updating catalogs and reading to pre-schoolers during the school year. Volunteers also help with small projects. Main Street: Greeneville Contact: 639-7102 Website: www.mainstreetgreeneville.com Main Street: Greeneville is responsible for promoting the economic development of the 12-block Historic District of Greeneville. Volunteers are needed throughout the year. This agency is a member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Nathanael Greene Museum Contact: 636-1558 Website: www.nathanaelgreenemuseum.com The museum of local history provides enrichment programs for students and daily tours. Volunteers are welcome. CHILDREN Child Enrichment Center at Asbury United Methodist Church Contact: 798-1050 Website: www.asburyumconline.com This center provides quality day-care to children 6 PLEASE SEE VOLUNTEER |66


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United Way Of Greene County Supports Numerous Community Agencies The mission of the local United Way chapter is “neighbor helping neighbor to strengthen the community.” United Way of Greene County is, just as its name implies — for the people of Greene County. Its contributors, volunteers and staff are local. Its partner agencies serve this community and, most importantly, its beneficiaries are local. Most are familiar with United Way because of its annual fundraising campaign held each fall. After the most recent fundraiser in 2012, the people of Greene County contributed $608,449 to United Way. Ninety-nine percent of that money stayed in the county, directly benefiting approximately 28,000 people and indirectly benefiting the entire community. Only one penny of every dollar goes outside Greene County, to pay state and national dues. COMMUNITY-WIDE IMPACT Every year, thousands of tax dollars are saved because of the services provided by the partner agencies and programs funded through the local United Way. United Way member agencies include: American Red Cross, Girl Scout Council of Southern Appalachia, the Boys & Girls Club of Greeneville & Greene County, CASA of Northeast Tennessee, the Third Judicial District Child Advocacy Center, CHIPS Domestic Violence Program, GreenevilleGreene County Community Ministries Food Bank, Greene County Cancer Program, CONTACT Ministries, The Children’s Center, Greeneville Emergency & Rescue Squad, Tennessee Poison Center, Family Sup-

port Center, Personal Support Services, Foster Grandparents Program, Frontier Health, Literacy Council, Mountain Region Speech and Hearing, Opportunity House, RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program), Sequoyah Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Tennessee Rehabilitation Center and YMCA. United Way volunteers and United Way-funded programs are able to accomplish many service goals throughout the year with the contributions raised during the annual campaign. Affordable child care, job training, youth development, literacy courses and the Food Bank are but a sample of some of the programs and activities that occur via the United Way of Greene County. THE UNITED WAY PROCESS A number of criteria must be met before an organization will be considered to receive United Way funding. There is a four-step process that all organizations must meet: 1. being a 501(c)(3) corporation under the Internal Revenue Service code, and observing all local, state and federal laws applying to non-profit organizations; 2. filing a complete and satisfactory financial audit; 3. maintaining a responsible, volunteer board of directors; and 4. submitting information concerning finances and programs as United Way may request. Once an agency meets these and other eligibility requirements, the agency may apply for funding. Funding applications are due in early spring of each

year and contain in-depth program information. Providing demographic, statistical and financial information, as well as analysis of need, are part of the application process. The United Way Allocation Committee, a panel of community volunteers, reviews each application, conducts periodic agency tours and meets with each agency during a three-day series of review sessions. By early summer, the Allocation Committee presents an allocation disbursement recommendation to the United Way Board of Directors for the following year. VALUE OF UNITED WAY This process allows United Way to be a “watchdog” over other agency programs and fiscal issues, adding another layer of accountability for patrons. Donors can feel comfortable contributing to the United Way of Greene County. United Way will withhold funding to any agency should a situation arise that is cause for concern. Funding will be withheld until the issue is resolved. In many instances, agencies have improved quality of care to the community because of their involvement with United Way. Because the review process is so stringent, being a United Way member agency carries prestige that makes it easier for the agencies to apply for and to receive grant money that may be available from other sources. The United Way office is located at 115 Academy St. in Greeneville. Wendy Peay is the executive director. For more information, call 6399361.

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Volunteer Starts on Page 64 weeks to 5 years of age. Sources of funding are tuition, United Way, donations and government programs. Volunteers help take care of the children, primarily by playing with them and reading to them. Holston United Methodist Home for Children Contact: 638-4171 Website: www.holstonhome. org Holston Home offers temporary residential housing for children who are not able to remain in their own homes. Volunteers can help by becoming a mentor in the mentoring program. Also, volunteers can become reading pals for the campus school, foster grandparents, tutors and serve as day-care aides, as well as helping with the upkeep of buildings and grounds. Laura Phillips is volunteer coordinator. The Children’s Center Contact: 638-5589 The Children’s Center provides quality day care for infants and preschool children. During the monthly staff meeting, volunteers are needed to sit with the children, read to children and help in the classroom. All volunteers need to come through the Holston Home Volunteer Program. Upper East Tennessee Human Development Agency Inc. Head Start Contact: 787-0848 Website: www.uethda.org UETHDA provides comprehensive services by directing families toward self-sufficiency. For example, Head Start, which helps preschoolers from low-income families get ready to cope with school, is managed by UETHDA Inc. Collecting toys, reading to children and helping in classrooms are ways volunteers can aid Head Start. Contact Leah Arthur.

CLERICAL ASSISTANCE Greene County Neighborhood Service Center Contact: 639-3681 Website: www.uethda.org The Neighborhood Service Center provides various types of assistance to low-income individuals and families including, but not limited to, income management; weatherization assistance; emergency assistance; energy assistance; and community outreach. Volunteers are needed to help with clerical work, answering the phone and USDA commodity distributions. Contact Kristin Small. Greene County Partnership Contact: 638-4111 Website: www.greenecountypartnership.com This organization comprises the local chamber of commerce, economic development and tourism promotion efforts, Keep Greene Beautiful, and Education and Work Force Development programs. Opportunity House Contact: 638-4099; thrift store 638-3483 This facility provides shortterm emergency housing for homeless adults and children. Volunteers are needed to organize food drives for nonperishable foods and to answer the telephone. Thrift Store Volunteers are needed to work in the store, whose proceeds are used to support the work of Opportunity House. Volunteers sort, fold and hang clothing and arrange shoes and general household goods for sale to the public. CRISIS ASSISTANCE Adventist Community Service Center Contact: 639-7127 The Adventist Community Service Center works to empower families toward selfsufficiency by providing food, clothing, and other necessities such as linens and other household goods to needy local families. Volunteers help with sorting donated clothing and food. Greeneville-Greene

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County Community Ministries Contact: 638-1667 Emergency food, medicine, assistance with utilities, rent, mortgages and emergency housing are ways Community Ministries helps the needy. Programs include the Wings of Angels (new clothing and school supplies), Benevolent Fund (bell ringing), Food Bank, the Greeneville Light & Power Caring Program, the Cancer Program, the Coal Fund and the Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP). Volunteers are needed to help pack food boxes and interview clients. DISASTER AID The American Red Cross Contact: 378-8700 Website: www.redcross.org This humanitarian organization provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. Volunteers are always needed. The Red Cross offers training to the community in safety, first aid, CPR and disaster preparedness and relief. EDUCATION Rural Resources Contact: 636-8171 Website: www.ruralresources.net Rural Resources is dedicated to educating the community in the preservation and improvement of agricultural land, preserving rural heritage and developing a locally sustainable system of producing and marketing agricultural products. Volunteers are welcome. Tennessee Rehabilitation Center Contact: 615-459-6811 Website: tn.gov/humanserv/rehab/trc.html The Tennessee Rehabilitation Center aids in the jobtraining and placement of persons with disabilities. The program also provides an outsourcing and small assembly service. Volunteers are welcome to assist in vocational training. Family Support Center

Contact: Family Support Center Manager Angela Rodriguez, 823-5204 Self-improvement, parenting, academic assistance and in-home counseling are services made available to children and families through the Family Support Center. The center includes an emphasis on parent engagement and family support. It also works as a homeless coordinator. The center utilizes volunteers and encourages them to incorporate areas of interest to them while volunteering. Greene County YMCA Contact: 639-6107 Website : http: //www. greenecounty-ymca.org/ The YMCA provides physical, social and spiritual opportunities for members through many different programs. The Y’s goal is to build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities. Volunteers are needed to coach sports teams, referee games, teach classes, serve on committees, do clerical work and serve as board members. Greeneville-Greene County Anti-Drug Coalition Contact: 639-9341 The group is aimed at educating parents and youth on the importance of abstaining from drug use. The program also works with the Greeneville Police Department and the Greene County Sheriff’s Department on occasion. Non-profit agencies, businesses, city schools, churches and individuals who work with volunteers are aided in recruiting, managing and retaining volunteers with the Volunteer Center’s assistance. It is a member of the Points of Light and Hands On National Network of Volunteer Centers. The center also directs Greeneville-Greene County’s Promise, a program of America’s Promise. Habitat for Humanity Contact: 638-1338 Website: www.gchfh.com Greene County Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit, ecumenical Christian housing

ministry that builds simple, affordable houses for families in need. Qualified families invest 500 “sweat equity” hours toward homeownership. Mortgages are interestfree with principal payments, ReStore sales (sales of tax deductible donated goods) and monetary donations from individuals, churches, businesses, civic groups, etc. help fund new building projects. Volunteers are welcome. FOOD ACCESS First Tennessee Human Resource Agency Contact: 461-8200 Website: www.fthra.org First Tennessee Human Resource Agency serves Carter, Greene, Johnson, Hawkins, Hancock, Sullivan, Unicoi and Washington counties in Northeast Tennessee, improving the quality of life through effective delivery of social services. First Tennessee relies on volunteers for many programs. Roby Nutrition/Meals on Wheels Contact: 639-3128 Website: www.fthra.org/ nutrition Volunteers are needed to help serve meals to the Roby Fitzgerald Adult Center participants, as well as deliver meals to homebound elderly. In addition, volunteers are welcome to frequent the center as well as the kitchen, lending a hand wherever needed. FUNDRAISING United Way of Greene County Contact: 639-9361 Providing essential support to community health and service agencies, this group relies almost entirely on volunteers for its annual fall campaign. HEALTH Laughlin Memorial Hospital Contact: 787-5069 Website: www.laughlinmemorial.org/volunteers/ Greeting guests as they PLEASE SEE VOLUNTEER |67


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THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK enhance the quality of life of people in nursing facilities and home-care residents by serving as a link between such residents and staff, families, communities and others. Most volunteers are assigned to visit a designated facility on a regular basis. Ask for Mae Grimes, long term care Ombudsman coordinator. Smoky Mountain Home Health & Hospice Contact: 636-8006 Website: www.smokyhhc. com Volunteers help provide care for the terminally ill by sitting with patients, running errands for families and providing respite care. Free training is provided for volunteers. Office help is also needed. Takoma Regional Hospital Contact: 798-8136 Website: www.takoma.org/ Volunteers.aspx Volunteers, age 14 and older, are welcome in every department. Staffing offices, helping in the gift shop, staffing

the reception desk or working with physical or respiratory therapy patients are just a few of the positions that volunteers hold. Volunteers fill in and aid nursing assistants and help with patient care. The junior volunteer program is designed to give young people the opportunity to decide if they are interested in a health care occupation. Junior volunteers have a field trip each summer to Quillen School of Medicine in Johnson city and are also offered a CPR class. Contact Director of Volunteer Services Renee Lowery. HELP LINE CONTACT-CONCERN of Northeast Tennessee, Inc. Contact: (423) 246-2273 Website: www.contactconcern.org In addition to making reassurance calls to elderly persons and shut-ins, this service is also an 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. help line. The primary service of this volunteer agency is assisting callers by provid-

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and other activities and events that occur throughout the year. OPPORTUNITIES FOR SENIORS Retired Senior Volunteer Program Contact: 638-3801 RSVP recruits senior citizens, emphasizing the minimum age of 55, and non-profit volunteer work sites in the Greene County area. RSVP increases Greene County’s awareness of the accomplishments of the senior volunteers in Greene County. Volunteers contribute their time and expertise by helping in hospitals, schools, libraries, day-care centers, and in many other areas. Contact Betty Cook at the above number for more information. Foster Grandparent Program of East Tennessee Contact: 639-8462 The program provides volunteer opportunities for seniors over the age of 55. Foster grandparents serve special-needs youth through collaborations with schools, day care centers, Head Start programs, and various other work sites. Volunteers provide one-on-one assistance and nurturing to children and youth. Contact Program Director Kathy Myers. OPPORTUNITIES WITH SENIORS First Tennessee Area Agency On Aging and Disability Contact: 928-3258 Website: www.ftaaad. org The agency identifies community and social service needs and helps assure that they are available to people 60 years or older and to any adult that is 18 or older with disabilities in areas where they live. Volunteers are needed in the Public Guardian Pro-

gram to visit with elderly individuals at nursing facilities on a regular basis and in the SHIP program to educate others about Medicare. Melody Conkin is the volunteer coordinator. She can be reached at 722-5206. Roby Fitzgerald Adult Center Contact: 639-3128 The Roby Adult Center is a multipurpose center providing a single point of services to the senior population (55+) including transportation, natural support services and leisure time activities — all designed to promote the well-being of seniors in Greene County. Members are encouraged to share their talents and concern for others by volunteering in positions that enhance their self-worth, benefit the center and community and improve their overall quality of life. Volunteers deliver homebound meals to the elderly, do friendly visiting at local nursing homes, make telephone reassurance calls and assist the sewing and craft instructor. YOUTH Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachians Contact: 1-800-4741912 Website: www.girlscoutcsa.org Girl Scouts is an organization dedicated solely to girls where, in an accepting and nurturing environment, girls build character and skills for success in the real world. In partnership with committed adults, girls develop qualities that will serve them all their lives — like strong values, a social conscience and conviction about their own potential and selfworth. The Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachians’ mission is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character

www.greenevillesun.com who make the world a better place. Volunteers are needed for various services in the Girl Scouts and with outreach programs affiliated with the Girl Scouts. For more information, contact customer service using the number above. Boys & Girls Club of Greeneville & Greene County Contact: 787-9334 Website: www.ggcbgc. org The Boys & Girls Club promotes the social, educational, vocational, health and character development of boys and girls in the community. Volunteers are always needed to help with children in a variety of ways. Boy Scouts of America Contact: 952-6961 Website: www.scbsa.org Giving adult volunteers a chance to help with Scout units, this family organization strives to build leaders. Quality volunteers are needed year-round. Members and leaders are recruited twice a year, fall and spring, for the five types of Scouting: Cub Scouts for boys in grades 1-5; Boy Scouts for grade 6 through the 18th birthday; and Venturers, a co-ed program designed for young people grade 9 to age 20. The two other programs include the Learning for Life program, and an Exploring program, which is a co-ed, career-oriented youth program for ages 14 through the 21st birthday. OTHER OPPORTUNITIES John M. Reed Nursing Home Contact: 257-6122 Website : www. johnmreedhome.com Volunteers are needed to socialize with residents through many activities such as baking and decorating cookies, shearing of a pet, crafts, sewing, short

skits, bingo or reading. Volunteers are also needed to travel with residents during occasional outings. Contact Hilda Laubscher. Durham-HensleyNursing Home Contact: 257-6761 Website: www.durhamhensleyhealth.com Volunteers are involved in such activities as birthday parties, group games, styling hair, manicuring nails, reading to residents or writing letters for residents. Taking part in one-on-one visitation with residents is a crucial part of the volunteer process, along with writing and corresponding with residents on a regular basis. Contact Joyce Gammon. Life Care Center Of Greeneville Contact: 639-8131 Website: www.lcca. com Volunteers help with transportation and activities such as visiting patients, writing letters and reading to them. Contact Trish Gossett. Signature HealthCARE of Greeneville Contact: 639-0213 Website: www.signaturehealthcarellc.com Individual volunteers and groups are needed to serve in various ways. Individual volunteers can visit with patients, deliver mail or assist in wheelchair rides. Please ask for Shelby Bailey. Morning Pointe of Greeneville Contact: 787-1711 Website: www.morningpointe.com The assisted-living facility welcomes volunteers to read to residents, visit with them, help them with writing letters, lead and share in different types of music, help them with crafts and participate in many other activities. Contact Rachel Proffitt, Life Enrichment Director.


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The Arts, Drama And Music Scene Is Very Active In Greene County The community offers many outlets for creative talent and plenty of places to find entertainment. Involvement in the arts is strongly encouraged by several organizations across Greene County. They include: GREENEVILLE ARTS COUNCIL The Greeneville Arts Council (GAC) sponsors art exhibits that feature the work of local and regional artists at the Mason House Gallery in the General Morgan Inn. The Arts Council sponsors Art Quest Summer Camp that includes two weekly sessions of creative projects and activities and after-school art classes to provide art instruction to children. The GAC’s scholarship program benefits local college students who are majoring in either visual or performing arts, as well as graduating high school seniors who are entering college art programs. Each spring, a college art student receives a $2,000 Mary Jane Coleman Scholarship. Amy Saxonmeyer is president of the GAC. Matilda Green is Director of Exhibits. The Greeneville Arts Council address is: P.O. Box 2282; Greeneville, TN 37744. For more information, call 639-5842. NISWONGER PERFORMING ARTS CENTER The Niswonger Performing Arts Center (NPAC) offers culturally enriching opportunities from traveling musical groups to orchestra performances, from Broadway plays to major concerts. The 1,135seat venue is located next to Greeneville High School. The center is utilized for

senior members of the dance company teach a weekly class to those at the Boys & Girls Club during the school year. Those interested in volunteering or seeking more information may contact Lori Ann Sparks, CBT artistic director, at 6202036, or go to www.centralballet.com.

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“Altered Book” by Katelyn Baxter was displayed in April at Mason House Gallery, where exhibits of works by area artists are displayed by the Greeneville Arts Council and the General Morgan Inn. Baxter was a North Greene High School senior at the time, and her work was included in an exhibit by local students. school-related events, along with other communitybased and entertainment events. The center was funded by both private and public money. Scott M. Niswonger, local business leader and philanthropist, was the sole private donor, giving $5.5 million to complete the project, which cost $7 million. A package allows patrons to “pick four” of their favorite shows and purchase those tickets at a discount. A discounted season ticket package is also available before the season starts each fall. NPAC is online at www. greenevillenpac.com, or call the NPAC box office at 6381679. CENTRAL BALLET THEATRE Central Ballet Theatre Inc., a non-profit community ballet company, is located at 120 W. Summer St. The company promotes growth and innovation in the ballet fine arts in Greene County and its surrounding region. The company provides

ballet students with various opportunities to use their growing skills in known and original ballet works alongside professional dancers. CBT seeks to create ballets with wholesome or biblical themes with the desire to enrich and inspire the lives of the dancers as well as the audience. Open auditions for company status occur each year for major productions for any student with a classical ballet background. Annual goals include performing at least one fulllength ballet, coordinating performances with local high school choral and band groups, providing additional educational training in classical ballet methodologies through Master Classes and organizing outreach programs to community civic groups and charities. “Prince Caspian: Return to Narnia” will be the ballet presented in January 2014. CBT has recently started a program with the Boys & Girls Club of Greeneville & Greene County in which

TUSCULUM ARTS OUTREACH Tusculum College Arts Outreach serves as an “umbrella” for many programs designed to bring the arts and reading into the lives of students and the community. Heading TC Arts Outreach is Marilyn duBrisk, director and the college’s artist-in-residence. Her work has been supported by the Tennessee Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts for more than 20 years. Other Arts Outreach staff members include Frank Mengel, technical director; Jennifer Hollowell, Arts Outreach coordinator, and Barbara Holt, costume director. The program is also backed by community volunteers, area artists and teachers from local schools. For information on how to become involved in any of the following Arts Outreach projects, call 798-1620. Listed below are the primary TC Arts Outreach programs: School Outreach: Interested teachers may call to schedule a variety of performing arts workshops or consultation for educators or their students. Students may explore various aspects of theater with TC Arts Outreach artists, including presentation techniques and literature interpretation, as well as technical skills such as set design and construction,

lighting and makeup. Sessions are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Teacher conferences can be arranged with duBrisk. GLAWPIGT: The acronym stands for “Great Literature Alive, Well, Playing in Greeneville, Tennessee.” The program promotes reading and performance and is made up of select area students from grades 3-12, who work with children in grades K-12. Performance selections range from classic poems or readings to original works written and performed by the members themselves. Members travel to area schools, encouraging students to read the literature available to them. They perform for the students and, in many cases, conduct workshops in which the participants then perform for their classmates. TC Arts Outreach Costume Shoppe The Costume Shoppe was created to provide costume support to area schools and for Theatre-at-Tusculum

productions at the college. The Costume Shoppe has received a grant from the Tennessee Arts Commission for the past several years. Annually, more than 300 costumes are provided for students in Greeneville and Greene County schools. Theatre-at-Tusculum Theatre-at-Tusculum typically presents at least two major productions yearly. The group will present “A Christmas Carol” in November 2013, “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)” in February 2014, and “12 Angry Men” in April 2014. Call the Arts Outreach office for audition dates and times. Acts, Arts, Academia Tusculum College’s performance and lecture series brings a wide variety of artists to the community. Performances are held in the auditorium of the Annie Hogan Byrd Fine Arts Building or in the Behan Arena Black Box Theatre in the same building. Most PLEASE SEE ARTS | 70


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Arts Starts on Page 69 lectures are held in the Chalmers Conference Center in Niswonger Commons. Schedule information can be obtained from the college’s Public Relations office or online at http://arts.tusculum.edu. A brochure listing events,

including Theatre-at-Tusculum productions, may be picked up at the Annie Hogan Byrd Fine Arts Building or will be sent by request. Send email to jhollowell@tusculum.edu or call Arts Outreach at 798-1620. Tusculum College Community Chorus The chorus is open to any adult interested in choral singing. The chorus rehearses on Mondays from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the

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choir room of the Annie Hogan Byrd Theater and presents annual Christmas and spring concerts. No audition is required; $20 fee per semester. Dr. David Hendricksen is the director of the program and may be contacted at 638-0409 and by e-mail at conductordavid@ embarqmail.com. LAMPLIGHT THEATRE LampLight Theatre is a Christian Performing Arts Center that

opened in 2005 in Fall Branch on the Horton Highway just outside Greene County in Sullivan County. It moved to its new location at 140 Broad St. in Kingsport at the end of May. LampLight Theatre is an extension of Vision Productions Inc., founded by Billy Wayne Arrington, an ordained minister and contemporary Christian vocal artist known professionally as “Billy Wayne.” For reservations and informa-

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THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK ment, are a love of music and a willingness to attend the weekly rehearsals. The band rehearses on Tuesday nights from 7 to 8:30 p.m. during the school year in the Tusculum College band room. For more information, call the director, Mike May, at 257-6752. MOVIE THEATERS Towne Crossing 8 is on a 25acre site located at 925 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy., (U.S. 11-E).

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Dr. Haws uses an advanced orthodontic system that speeds up treatment. This is evident in shorter treatment times and less orthodontic visits to our office.

Free Consultations! Orthodontics for adults and children Ben Haws, DDS 151 Mason Street Greeneville, TN 37745 423-639-3196

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World Class Dentistry With a Hometown Touch Jonathon M. Rogers, D.M.D. • Michael J. Rogers, D.D.S Comprehensive ComprehensiveFamily Family Dentistry • Implants Dentistry Implants Dentistry • •Cosmetic Cosmetic Dentistry • •Tooth Whitening Tooth Whitening • •Invisalign Certified • Invisalign Certified • •Root RootCanals Canals

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Clubs And Organizations Provide Opportunities In Many Areas Numerous clubs and civic organizations are active. Most are included in the Guidebook list. The individual listed with each club is not necessarily the president or other officer, but is a contact person. Although every effort has been made to list all local organizations, it is still possible that some groups have been omitted inadvertently. If you are a member of an organization that is not listed here, please contact The Greeneville Sun to be included in next year’s Guidebook. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority Jane Bell, Co-President 639-7753 Star Mercer, Co-President 639-1687 www.alphadeltakappa.org American Red Cross, Greene County Chapter Anthony Morrison Communications Specialist 218 N. Main St., Suite 3 638-6441 www.redcross.org East Tennessee Management Association John Jacobs 511 Tusculum Blvd. 787-7828 Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority Brenda Couch President 205 Plainview Heights Circle 525-0881 www.esaintl.com

Fraternal Order of Police Mike Crum President 200 N. College St. 639-7111 Greene County Association of Volunteer Fire Departments Wesley Holt 639-1889 Greene County Bar Association Lindsey Lane President 131 S. Main St. 638-2121 Greene County Dental Society Dr. Michael Rogers 1741 Old Tusculum Rd. 638-7491 Greene County Education Association Jennifer Gaby Chuckey-Doak High School 798-7491 Greene County Human Resource Association Danelle Sells President 639-8111 ext. 303 Greene County Law Enforcement Association Stewart Kilgore 972-2613 (cell) Greene County Medical Society Dr. Scott Jay President 638-2270 Dr. Michael Hartsell Secretary 638-1188 Greene County Partnership 115 Academy St.

Arts Starts on Page71 number of invited guest artists. Original artwork includes paintings, sculpture, glass work, ceramics, fiber, and jewelry. Spring/Summer operating hours are noon to 4 p.m. MondayFriday. Fall/Winter hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

638-4111 www.greenecountypartnership.com Greeneville Education Association Jamie Chapman President Highland Elementary 638-3341 www.greeneville.com/gea Greeneville-Greene County Retired Teachers Association Helen Britton President 702 Oak Grove Ave. 638-8312 Greeneville Professional Firemen’s Association Eric Price President 710 W. Summer St. 638-8422 Northeast Tennessee Association of Realtors EdithAnne Wadewitz Chief Staff Executive 105 Tri City Business Park Dr. Gray, TN 37615 477-0040 Fax: 477-0065 www.netar.us www.netarcmls.us Rural Letter Carriers Association Lorraine Jennings Greeneville Post Office 220 W. Summer St. 37743 787-2177 www.nrlca.org Smoky Mountain Music Teachers’ Association Jeanette Hawk, President 706 E. Barton Ridge Rd. 639-1970

Call 638-0496 or go online to www.artspace4gallery.com James-Ben Studio & Art Center: James-Ben Studio & Art Center features art from 35 Greene County artists and artisans, along with artists and artisans from across the state. The gallery, owned by JamesBen Stockton, relocated from Franklin, Tenn., to Greeneville, where its address is #201 Historic Crescent School, 615 W.

Tennessee Police Benev- CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS: GENERAL olent Association Epilepsy Foundation Beth Dyke, President Al Bonney P.O. Box 773, 37744 205 Mayor Ave. 1-800-233-3506 ext. 395 638-4450 www.tnpba.org www.epilepsyfoundation. Tri-Cities Academy of org Nutrition and Dietetics Farm Bureau Women Kristin Dugger, President Barbara Southerland 952-1752 620-4174 eatrighttcdda@gmail.com George Clem Multiculwww.eatright-tn.org tural Alliance Gene Maddox, CAR CLUBS Chairman of the Board Antique Automobile 312 Floral St. Club of America (AACA) 470-0189 (cell) Davy Crockett Region 636-8171 (Rural Resources) Kendall Bowers Greene County Farm 329-7783 Bureau Meetings: First Monday Tony Bird, each month at Ryan’s President Meal at 6 p.m., Meeting at 110 Glenwood Dr. 7 p.m. 639-1880 Northeast Tennessee Greeneville Exchange Volkswagen Association Club (Lunch) 299 S. Rufe Taylor Rd. Bill Riley, Joni Blake Parker, PresiTreasurer dent 638-9223 620-9933 Meeting place: Greeneville Doug Ramsey, Vice Presi- Cumberland Presbyterian dent Church. Tuesday, noon 470-0512 Greeneville Exchange Ridge Runners Car Club (Breakfast) Club Wayland Seaton, President Robert Estepp 1271 Cedar Creek Rd. 895 Barren Valley Rd., 639-4194 or 639-8487 Chuckey Meeting place: Village 416-4339 Square Restaurant, ThursVolunteer State Auto day, 7 a.m. Club Greeneville Kiwanis Luther B. “Brab” Gregg, Club President Dale Long, President (Effec316 Hope Road tive Oct. 1, 2013) 638-7800 329-0400 Paul Evans, Vice-President Meeting place: Ryan’s 235-7549 Steakhouse. Thursday, noon

Main St. The gallery specializes in Tennessee art and artisans and offers classes taught by local artists. The gallery is open from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. MondayFriday and by appointment on weekends. Call 787-0195 or go to www.james-ben.com. ART At NPAC A series of five shows a year called ART at NPAC started in 2009 and uses the lobby space of

the Niswonger Performing Arts Center for exhibits curated by James-Ben Stockton. These invitational shows have regional themes and can include exhibitors from across the country. Call 787-0195 for more information. Mason House Gallery: The Greeneville Arts Council in conjunction with the General Morgan Inn sponsors the Mason House Gallery located just off the lobby in the General Morgan Inn in downtown

Greeneville Lions Club Willie Anderson, President P.O. Box 776 639-9494 www.lionsclubs.org Inter-Agency Council Rodney Royston, President 1618 Old Tusculum Rd. 1-877-651-7129 ext. 21601 Optimist Club Jim Rader, President 636-1767 Meetings: 2nd Thursday of month, 6 p.m. at Fat Boyz Rotary Morning Club of Greeneville Sharon Susong P.O. Box 396 639-1443 Meeting place: Laughlin Memorial Hospital Wednesdays, 7 a.m. Rotary Noon Club of Greeneville Anita Ricker, President P.O. Box 543 Greeneville, 37744 620-2730 Meeting place: General Morgan Inn Tuesday, noon USS Greeneville, Inc. Dale Long, President 404 Circle Heights 329-0400 www.dale.long@ greenevillesun.com CIVIC/PATRIOTIC ORGANIZATIONS FOR WOMEN Daughters of the PLEASE SEE CLUBS | 76

Greeneville. It is a non-profit gallery which shows local and regional artists for approximately one month at a time. Featured artists decide whether to sell or merely exhibit their work. The Mason House Gallery also features artwork by local schools during various times throughout the year. Contact Greeneville Arts Council Director of Exhibits, Matilda Green, at 329-5366.


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ALL proceeds go to Mustang Alley Horse Rescue, Inc www.mustangalley.org • Established in 2006 • Beginner & Intermediate trails • 50 acres for hourly rides • Birthday Parties & Company Functions • Competitive pricing $25 • Trained, calm per person horses

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PEBBLE MOUNTAIN Family Campground

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GREENEVILLE HONDA & GREENEVILLE POWERSPORTS AUTHORIZED SALES • SERVICE • PARTS HONDA • YAMAHA • SUZUKI • POLARIS • KYMCO Motorcycles • Scooters • ATV’s • Youth ATV’s • New and Used Locally Owned & Operated

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Clubs Starts on Page 72 American Revolution, Nolachuckey Chapter Marinella Charles 334 Epley Rd. Newport, 37821 423-613-4444 marinella701@juno.com GFWC Greeneville Woman’s Club Erin Stayton, President 638-4555 greenevillewomansclub@g mail.com Meeting Place: St. James Episcopal Church, 7 p.m., every second Thursday www.greenevillewomansclub.net Newcomer Club Bernadette Moughamer, President 972-2983 Meet: August-May Pilot Club of Greeneville Carmen Ricker, President 2934 Asheville Hwy. 638-6902 Youth Builders Sandy Alter, President 638-4443 COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS: GENERAL Baileyton Celebration 6530 Horton Highway 423-620-0152 www.baileytoncelebration. org Friends of Greeneville/ Greene County Public Library Lindy Riley, President Bill Riley, Treasurer 210 N. Main St. 638-9223 Greene County Amateur Emergency Service (ARES) Justin Brown 310 S. Main St. 329-7244 Greene County Fair Association Bobby Holt, President P.O. Box 582 620-2367 www.greenecountyfair.com Greene County Habitat for Humanity Robin Brown, President

office: 638-1338 Vicki Culbertson, Executive Director Audra Booker, Store Manager P.O. Box 1824 www.gchfh.com Greene County Imagination Library Beverly Selmeski P.O. Box 2922 639-6159 www.imaginationlibrary.com Greeneville Adventist Community Services Center David Sharpe 120 Idletime Dr. 639-7127 Greeneville Emergency & Rescue Squad 602 W. Church St. or P.O. Box 243 638-3431 (office) or 638-3441 (fax) Greeneville Farmers’ Market Assoc. Greene County Fairgrounds Judy Shelton, contact person 552-3023 P.O. Box 91 367-9495 (farmers’ market) Open Saturdays 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., May through Oct. and Wednesdays, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., May through Oct. www.greenevillefarmersmarket.com Greeneville /Greene County Community Ministries 107 N. Cutler St. 638-1667 Greeneville /Greene County Humane Society Linda Kirk Business Manager P.O. Box 792, 37744 639-4471 www.gchumanesociety.com Greeneville /Greene County Library Board Ginny Kidwell, Chairman 210 N. Main St (37744) 639-5034 www.ggcpl.org Greene County Literacy Council Carolynn Kinser 215 N. College St. 278-0964 gassk@gcschools.net

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Clubs Starts on Page 76 Main Street: Greeneville Jann Mirkov Executive Director 310 S. Main St. (423) 639-7102 director@mainstreetgreenevi lle.com www.mainstreetgreeneville. com United Way of Greene County Ron Metcalfe, President 638-4147 Wendy Peay, Executive Director 115 Academy Street 639-9361 Volunteer Center of Greeneville/Greene County Mary Fitzpatrick, Executive Director 43 W. Main Street, 639-9341 volctr@embarqmail.com ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS Middle Nolichucky Watershed Alliance Paul Hayden, Executive Director 311 Tusculum Blvd., Suite D 525-4652 www.mnwa-tn.org FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS B.P.O. Elks Lodge 1653 Phil Bullen, Secretary 1024 W. Summer Street 638-5871 www.tnelks.org Moose Lodge No. 692 J.B. Johnson P.O. Box 1293 728 Kiser Blvd. 638-4881 Women of the Moose Debby Farmer 353 Fairfield Dr. 639-2466 GARDEN CLUBS Eastside Garden Club Barbara Freeland 639-3933 The Greene Herb Society (A Thyme to Sow) Meeting place: Village Square Restaurant. Second Monday of the month at 5:30 p.m. Geneva Dyer

THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK 235-6539 Greeneville Iris Society John Weems, President 133 Bird Dr. 638-3921 Westside Garden Club Marjorie Bullen, President Tina Archbold, Secretary 639-0725 HERITAGE/HISTORICAL Andrew Johnson Heritage Association Joyce Doughty, Membership Chair 50 Smokey View Dr. 639-1675 Baileyton Area Historical Society Myra Moore 575 Tilson Lane 234-2632 Dickson-Williams Historical Association Sarah Webster 1241 Tanglewood Dr. 638-7006 Greene County Genealogical Society Don Miller 229 N. Main St. 638-9866 Greene County Heritage Trust George Blanks 638-4740 Ladies’ Aid Society Heather Youngblood, president 525-2621 Overmountain Victory Trail Association Doug Ledbetter, Chairman 948-9490 www.ovta.org Sons of Confederate Veterans John Hunt Morgan Camp 2053 Tim Massey 525-4113 horses319@comcast.net www.scv.org Sons of the Revolution The Nathanael Greene Chapter Gary Randles 639-1407 HOBBY/SPECIAL INTEREST Andrew Johnson Amateur Radio Club Larry White PLEASE SEE CLUBS | 78

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Clubs Starts on Page 77 90 Schofield Dr. 639-8675 www.ajarc.org Davy Crockett Beekeepers Assoc. Sarah Ledford, President 235-6577 Joel Hausser, Secretary 639-3933 EverGreene Woodcarvers Dennis Stubbs 638-7417 Meeting place: Christ United Methodist Church Mondays at 5 p.m. GreenEville Basket Guild Lisa Kyker Meeting place: Reformation Lutheran Church, every 3rd Saturday at 9 a.m. Greeneville Composite Squadron Derek Metcalf www.gocivilairpatrol.com FAMILY, COMMUNITY, EDUCATION CLUBS Greene County Council of FCE Anne Ross, President 638-1940 Caney Branch Community Club Linda Nielson, President 2045 Poplar Springs Rd. 787-1755 Cedar Creek FCE Muriel Freshour 2795 Fillers Mill Rd. 638-7737 Cross Anchor FCE Mary Malone 1635 Ottway Rd. 234-3943 Fairview FCE Joyce Harness, President 234-0023 Glenwood FCE Reva Roark 1045 Shackleford Road Mosheim 422-4529 McDonald FCE Geneva Dyer 1310 Concord Road 235-6539 Pleasant Hill/ Jearoldstown FCE

Montie Hayes 14365 Kingsport Hwy., Chuckey 234-8873 Zion FCE Jannelle Jones 213 Haynes Blvd. 638-1027 MASONIC LODGES Baileyton Lodge No. 520 F&AM Harold Smith, Secretary 405 Breaktree Ln. 234-9454 Beersheba Lodge No. 449 F&AM Danny Crum 500 107 Cutoff 278-2753 Eastern Star Baileyton Chapter Helen Shipley 50 Shipley Lane 234-0419 Eastern Star Greeneville Chapter Kelly Pickering 307 South Irish St. #6 423-329-8390 Eastern Star Mosheim Chapter Darlene Evert, Worthy Matron 1440 Brown Springs Rd., Mosheim 422-7730 John Harmon, Secretary 638-2853 Meeting: 3rd Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the Mosheim Masonic Lodge Hall Greene County Scottish Rite Club Willis Scott, Secretary/ Treasurer 3773 Buckingham Road 638-4927 (home) 552-3212 (cell) Greeneville Lodge No. 3 F&AM Christopher Lee Hawk 305 Pinecrest Dr. 639-1709 Greeneville Chapter No. 135 RAC Christopher Lee Hawk 305 Pinecrest Dr. 639-1709 Greeneville Council No. 77 R&SM Christopher Lee Hawk 305 Pinecrest Dr. 639-1709 Greene County Shrine

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Club Lowell Bible, President 638-4538 Meeting place: Ryan’s Family Steakhouse, meal at 6 p.m., meeting at 7 p.m. every first Thursday Mosheim Lodge No. 463 F&AM Tom McKamey, Secretary P.O. Box 551 Mosheim 639-2834 Meeting: First Saturday of the month at 7:30 p.m. at the Mosheim Masonic Lodge Order of the Amaranth Sunrise Court No. 20 John Harmon, Secretary 638-2853 Meeting: 3rd Saturday of the month at the Mosheim Masonic Lodge at 1 p.m. Warrensburg Lodge No. 631 F&AM 125 Mason Lodge Rd., Mohawk Gary Vick P.O. Box 58 Bybee, TN 37713 623-2558 POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS Greene County Democratic Party Barbara Britton, County Chair greenedemocrats.org barbbritt@embarqmail. com Democratic Women’s Club Barbara Britton, President 146 Richland Rd., 37745 638-3716 barbbritt@embarqmail. com Republican Party Brett Purgason, Chairman 121 S. Main St., 37743 639-1477 Republican Women’s Club Joy Rader Nunnally, President 639-0636 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS Appalachian Helping Hands Clothes Closet Sharon Seneker Located: St. James Community Center Contact: St. James Luther-

an Church 638-1588 Open Thursdays and Saturdays, 9 a.m. to noon Christian Women’s Club Linda Waddle 787-7974 Meeting place: Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church, noon, every 3rd Friday or call for verification of meeting place. Gideons International Greeneville Camp Ed Rice, Church Ministry Chairman 639-9763 P.O. Box 672 Gideons International Greene County East Camp Tom Carr, Church Ministry Chairman 638-4599 Jerry Sybrant, President 552-0545 P.O. Box 214 Afton www.gideons.org Greene County Ministerial Association Jan Leffers Takoma Regional Hospital 798-8137 jan.leffers@ahss.org Knights of Columbus #6784 Bob May 639-2426 United Prayer Fellowship Maybrey G’Fellers Executive Director 638-8229 magfel@comcast.net SENIOR CITIZENS CLUBS Over 55 Fellowship Club Donna Rapp, President 203 N. College St. 470-2286 or 639-3128 (Roby Center) Meeting place: Roby Center, 1st Tuesday of the month; lunch and entertainment provided. SOCIAL/GENERAL Link Hills Country Club Bob Ward General Manager 1325 E. Allens Bridge Rd. 638-3114 www.linkhills.com

www.greenevillesun.com SPORTS AND OUTDOORS: GENERAL Greene County Bird Dog Club Johnny Thompson, President 1370 Hoover Road 234-0828 Greene County Horse Club Tony Ricker, President P.O. Box 2234 620-2570 www.greenecountyhorseclub.com Greeneville Hiking Club Ned Sanders, President 638-4551 (work) Greene County Tennis Association Greeneville-Greene County Tennis Center Center address: 1209 Hal Henard Rd. Tamara Hartman, Secretary Mailing address: P.O. Box 65, Mosheim 552-3582 greenecountytennis@earthl ink.net www.greenecountytennis. usta.com Greeneville Soccer Association Non-profit youth organization Steven Crouch 865-684-5387 orangeblood13_0@yahoo. com www.greenevillesoccer. com Terry Bellamy Soccer Park Mike Hollowell Soccer Park Manager YMCA, 404 Y St. 639-6107 The Greeneville Tai Chi Group Ron Williams 1106 E. Allens Bridge Rd. 639-5452 Tennessee Bear Hunters Association Hugh Lamb, President 639-5477 (work) 639-6032 (home) Trout Unlimited Club Allan Robbins, President 534-1919 (cell) 753-2566 (home) allencrobbins@yahoo.com Jerry Whitted, Vice-President

470-0712 jerrywhitted@aol.com SUPPORT GROUPS (Call for meeting times and locations.) Alcoholics Anonymous 928-0871 or 620-8226 www.aatricitiestn.org National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Greene County The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Connie Whaley 1109 Sun Valley Drive 833-8890 or 1-866-337-3291 cwhaley@namitn.org Meets every second Tuesday at 7 p.m. Weight Watchers 1-800-788-3993 www.weightwatchers. com Narcotics Anonymous 1-866-360-4929 www.mana-e-tn.org Take Off Pounds Sensibly TOPS #TN 328 Connie Whiddon 731-610-5911 conniewhiddon -@aol.com www.tops.org Multiple Sclerosis SelfHelp Group Jan Pass 639-1904 Judye Rhea 639-3743 Breast Cancer Support Group 639-1949, 638-8675 M.A.D.D. (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) Nancy Goins 470-6504 Diabetes Support Group 787-5195 Widows on a Journey Jean Peek 639-4063 Meeting place: First Baptist Church, 10 a.m., every first Saturday THE ARTS Greeneville Arts Council Amy Saxonmeyer, President 639-5842 www.greenevillearts.org PLEASE SEE CLUBS | 79


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Clubs Starts on Page 78 Niswonger Performing Arts Center Advisory Board Michael Doughty 972-0429 www.greenevillenpac.com VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS Robert F. Mitchell American Legion Post 64 Hart Covington, 2nd ViceCommander 638-8583, or Grady Barefield, Commander 552-8838 American Legion Auxiliary Linda Chappell, President 550 Turner Hill Rd. 422-6234 Disabled American Veterans Greene County Chapter 42 Jack Cremins 639-7577 Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary Susan Turner, Commander

THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK 257-4833 U.S. Marine Corps League, Elbert L. Kinser Detachment Douglas Essinger, Commandant 972-3995 Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 1990 Gary Beason, Commander 70 Harlan St. 638-4201 VFW Ladies Auxiliary Judy Chambley, President 257-6259 YOUTH/FAMILY ORGANIZATIONS 4-H Clubs Miriam S. Frazier UT Extension-Greene County 204 North Cutler St., Suite 105 798-1710 msfrazier@utk.edu Greene County 4-H is on Facebook Appalachian Girl Scout Council 1100 Woodland Ave. Johnson City, 37601 1-800-474-1912 www.girlscoutcsa.org

Boys’ & Girls’ Club of Greeneville & Greene County Scott Bullington Executive Director P.O. Box 1977 740 W. Church St. 787-9322 www.ggcbgc.org Boy Scouts of America Nolachuckey District Wes Miller District Executive 952-6961 (office) venturingoutdoors@hotmai l.com www.scbsa.org Greene County YMCA Mike Hollowell Executive Director 404 Y St. 639-6107 www.greenecounty-ymca. org Junior Achievement Cathy Salley, President 330 Broad St., Suite 1 Kingsport, TN 37660 (423) 392-8841 ext. 1 cathy@jatricities.com RURITAN CLUBS Ruritan National

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Hundreds Of Churches Serve Greene County Greene County is home to many churches, including those of major denominations and independent congregations. A list, as complete and up-to-date as possible, follows. Though the list has been made as complete as possible, there may be other local churches not available for listing despite repeated attempts to make contact by The Greeneville Sun over a period of months both by phone and mail. (* Denotes information that could not be verified during the past three months despite numerous attempts by The Greeneville Sun. Any information with an asterisk is more than a year old.) ADVENTIST Alfa y Omega Greeneville Seventh-day Adventist Church 1 E. Ocean Blvd., Greeneville Edgardo Herrera, Pastor Pascual Marrero, Head Elder 423-588-4097 Sabbath School: 9:15 a.m. Saturday Worship: 11:00 a.m. to 12:30p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday Bible Study: 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Brainard Chapel Seventh-day Adventist 105 Henry St. 639-3872 Keenan West, Pastor Sabbath School: 9:30 a.m. Saturday Worship: 11 a.m. Greeneville Seventhday Adventist 710 Asheville Hwy. 638-5014 Jeremy Arnall, Pastor Sabbath School: 9:30 a.m. Saturday Worship: 11 a.m. Riverview Community Seventh-day Adventist 400 Sanford Circle

Arnold Schnell, Pastor 636-1256 (Ester Sias) Sabbath School: 10 a.m. Saturday Worship: 11:15 a.m. AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL ZION Jones Memorial AME Zion Church 201 Clem St., Greeneville 639-9001 Rev. Dr. James McMillon, Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Tuesday Bible Study: 7 p.m. ASSEMBLIES OF GOD Lighthouse Assembly of God 2445 West Andrew Johnson Hwy. PO Box 245 Greeneville 37744 639-5311 e-mail: TheLighthouseAG@-gmail.com Rev. Bob Brown, Senior Pastor Rev. Manuel Vargas, Spanish Pastor Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Spanish Service: Sundays 2 p.m. Wednesday Refueling: 6 p.m. Spanish Bible Study: Wed. 6 p.m. www.TheLighthouseAG.org BAPTIST Appalachian Baptist Church, Independent 370 Sanford Circle, just off the Asheville Highway. 972-7809 Tracey L. Jones, Pastor Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening Service/Youth Ministry: 7 p.m. www.appalachianbaptistchurch.com Bethany Free Will Baptist 625 Bethany Road

Rev. Roger Free, Pastor 348-8366 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Bethesda Free Will Baptist Denny Willis, Pastor 8220 Old Snapps Ferry Rd., Fall Branch Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday Night: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. Bible’s Chapel Baptist 1280 Bible’s Chapel Road, Midway 235-6604 Donnie Bible, Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship:10:30 a.m. Discipleship Training (Sunday): 6 p.m. Sunday Evening: 7 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Brown Springs Baptist 78 Brown Springs Lane, Mosheim 422-7794 or 422-4472 Rev. Richard Long, Pastor Rev. Mark Rothe, Minister of Missions Sunday Worship: 8:15 a.m., 10:45 a.m. Sunday School/Bible Study: 7:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6 p.m. Burnett’s Chapel Baptist 1555 White Sands Road Pastor Jeremy Roberts 639-5560 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Calvary Baptist 328 Biddle St. 639-2711 Rev. Paul Garritt, Pastor Sammy Atlasy, Sunday

School Superintendent Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Discipleship Training: 6 p.m. Sunday Evening: 7 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7:30 p.m. Caney Creek Primitive Baptist 9285 Horton Hwy. Eddie Malone, Pastor 234-1972 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Night: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6 p.m. * Carpenter’s Chapel Missionary Baptist Church at Mosheim 1430 Carpenter’s Chapel Road Rev. Sonny Beaver, Pastor Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Singing Night: Every second Saturday of every month at 7 p.m. Central Baptist, Independent 100 Bobbie Ave. 639-3191 Todd Abbey, Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Spanish Worship Service: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Spanish Wednesday Service: 7 p.m. www.cbcgreeneville.com Community Baptist 1255 Wheeler Rd., Bulls Gap Greg Douthat, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Night: 7 p.m. Concord Baptist

436 Concord Road, Mohawk Larry Jones, Pastor 235-7963 (pastor’s home) pastor@concordbc.org Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:45 p.m. www.concordbc.org East Greene Free Will Baptist 1641 Kiser Blvd. Anthony Payne, Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Eastside Baptist Church 195 Serral Drive 639-2582 Rev. David Fox, Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. www.eastsidebaptist.info Fairview Baptist 6410 McDonald Road 235-2325 Sammy Stockman, Pastor David Hawkins, Director of Association Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Discpleship Training: 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship: 7:15 p.m. Wednesday Worship: 7 p.m. Faith Community Fellowship Church of Mosheim 170 Ridgemont Drive Rev. Vincent Sifuentes 423-972-6243 Lonnie Dobbs 423-525-1023 Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Fellowship meal follows Sunday worship

Fellowship Baptist, Independent 120 State Street Rev. Danny Ellis, Pastor 552-8590 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. Fellowship Free Will Baptist 278 Adams and Corby Road 753-4514 Rev. Doran Barnette, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Night: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. First Baptist Church of Greeneville 211 N. Main St. 639-3194 Dr. David Green, Pastor Rev. Joey Tillery, Associate Pastor, Minister of Education and Adminstration; Aaron Franklin, Minister of Music and Senior Adults; Rev. Wes Ford, Minister of Students; Dianne Woody, Director of Preschool and Children’s Ministries. Sunday School: 9:15 a.m. Sunday Worship: 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6 p.m. www.fbcgreeneville.com First Baptist of Baileyton 1208 Baileyton Main St. 234-0501 James Roberts, Pastor Early Worship: 8:30 a.m. Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship:10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. www.baileytonbaptist.org PLEASE SEE CHURCHES |81


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Churches Starts on Page 80 Freedom Independent Baptist 202 Thornwood Drive (off Snapps Ferry Road) Deacons- C.M. Cobble, Fred Dearstone 470-1270 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship:10:40 a.m. (Meal follows) Sunday Afternoon Worship: 1 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Friendship Baptist 343 Davis Street 638-3043 Rev. Cecil Mills Jr., Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Service: 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Gospel Way Baptist, Independent 6300 Baileyton Road 423-258-4585 Rev. Allen Black, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship Sunday Evening: 7 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Grace Baptist 390 Forest Road, Mosheim John Ricketts, Pastor 581-0154 (Pastor’s Home) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. * Greene Hills Baptist 145 Hillcrest St. 638-7523 Mike Taylor, Pastor Alan Lawson, Associate Pastor Sunday School: 9:15 a.m. Sunday Worship:10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening Prayer and Bible Study, Children’s Church : 7 p.m. Greene Ridge Free Will Baptist 1255 Greene Ridge Loop,

THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK Afton Jeffrey Daugherty, Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m. Sunday Night: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. * Greenelawn Baptist 4158 Asheville Highway Rev. Claude Swatzell, Pastor Jake Keasling, Music Director Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship:10:30 p.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Greeneville First Free Will Baptist 502 E. Church St. 639-3664 Rev. Ted Reynolds, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship:11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Wed. Kids 4 Truth: 7 p.m. Greystone Free Will Baptist 5345 Greystone Road 639-2843 Roger Stocton, Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. * Guthrie’s Gap Primitive Baptist Guthrie’s Gap Road, Bulls Gap Pastor Larry Miller Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Harris Memorial Free Will Baptist 4090 Sunnydale Road 638-8735 Rev. Ken Smith, Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. PLEASE SEE CHURCHES |84

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Churches Starts on Page 81 Jackson Chapel Free Will Baptist 262 Little Chuckey Cutoff Rev. Jeff Blake, Pastor 636-1307 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Wednesday evening: 7 p.m.

Kingsley Avenue Free Will Baptist 213 Kingsley Ave. 639-6785 Rev. Doyle Pruitt, Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship:10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Liberty Free Will Baptist

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91 Guy Brown Road, Chuckey 257-8177 Rev. John Buchanan, Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. * Lick Creek Valley Free Will Baptist 2515 Mt. Carmel Road, Mosheim Rev. Michael Mack, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Lighthouse Free Will Baptist 175 Sam Doak St. David Anderson, Pastor 787-9193 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Limestone Free Will Baptist 3709 Old State Rt. 34, Limestone 257-3163 Tim Roach, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening Bible Study &Youth Group: 7 p.m. www.limestonefwb.org Lovelace Baptist Church 930 Ryan Road, Fall Branch 348-8767 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Macedonia Baptist 310 Davis St. 586-6391 Rev. Albert L. Davis, Pastor Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m.

* Morning Star Independent Missionary Baptist 297 Laws Road, Limestone 257-3881 Rev. Buddy Norton, Pastor Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. * Morrisett Chapel Baptist 338 Morrisett Chapel Road, Bulls Gap Rev. Robert J. Hopkins Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 7 p.m. 5th Sunday Night Singing: 7 p.m. Youth Service: 5th Sunday Mosheim Missionary Baptist Loblolly Drive Rev. Dennis Alder 422-4679 (Deacon James Hicks) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Mount Bethel Free Will Baptist 403 Mount Bethel Road Rev. Raymond Perry, Pastor 234-2811 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. New Hope (Bump) Baptist 4185 Sinking Springs Road Rev. Mike Hubbard 639-0588 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. New Jerusalem Free Will Baptist Kelley Gap Road 422-7412 Rev. Hubert Metcalf, Pastor Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6:30 p.m.

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New Lebanon Baptist 10150 Horton Hwy. 234-5351 Nathan Reynolds, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. New Salem Baptist 421 Lester Snapp Road, Limestone 257-5466 Rev. Craig Ponder, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Oak Dale Missionary Baptist 84 Lacewood Lane, Afton Rev. Frank Proffit, Pastor 913-2231 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 7 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Oak Grove Free Will Baptist 2320 Old Tusculum Road 639-9241 Billy Gragg, Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship: 6 p.m. Youth Church: 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study: 7 p.m. www.oakgrovegreeneville. com Overlook Drive Free Will Baptist 105 Windward Lane, Greeneville 525-3260 (deacon’s cell) Rev. Dwayne Steele, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Evening Service: 6 p.m. Wednesday Service: 7 p.m. * Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist P.O. Box 246, Limestone Rev. Charles Morgan Jr., Pastor

Harward Saults, Sunday School Director Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Discipleship Training: 6:30 p.m. Sunday Evening: 7 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Pine Grove Free Will Baptist 12690 Horton Hwy., Baileyton Rev. Pete Smith, Host Pastor 234-9511 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. * Pine Springs Missionary Baptist 4765 Houston Valley Road 787-0804 Rev. Lynn Hartsell, Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m. Piney Grove Free Will Baptist 990 Piney Grove Rd. Rev. Robert Shipley Jr., Pastor 422-2807 William Ricker, Head Assistant Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Pyburn Free Will Baptist 14041 Horton Hwy. Rev. Ronnie Baxter, Pastor 234-0251 (pastor’s home) Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday Evening: 7 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. St. Joseph’s Chapel Free Will Baptist 790 McDonald Road, Midway PLEASE SEE CHURCHES |85


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Churches Starts on Page 84 Rev. Roger Ealey, Pastor 257-8077 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m.

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Sunnyside Baptist 100 W. Rollins St. Rev. Tommy Melton, Pastor 639-7812 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Sunrise

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Baptist 185 Sunrise Church Lane, Bulls Gap 235-2447 Rev. Roy Mullins, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship:10:50 a.m. Sunday Night: 7 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m.

638-7464 Dr. James K. Pierce III, Senior Pastor Sunday School: 9 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6 p.m. www.toweringoaks.org

Towering Oaks Baptist 1985 Buckingham Road

* Truth Free Will Baptist

1290 E. Wells Hill Lane, Mosheim Rev. Walter Moore, Pastor 234-5381 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Tusculum Baptist 775 Erwin Hwy. 638-8361 Rev. Faron Knopp, Pastor William Brimer, Music

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Minister Justin Carson, Student Minister Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 8:15 a.m, 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m.

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Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m.

Starts on Page 85 Union Chapel Free Will Baptist 5915 Erwin Hwy. 639-0137 Rev. Lynn Neas, Pastor 257-6817 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship:10:45 a.m.

Union Temple Free Will Baptist 9680 Kingsport Hwy. 234-3195 Oscar McAmis, Pastor Sunday: 10 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. United Baptist 2639 Buckingham Road

Campground Church of God 4570 Asheville Highway, Greeneville, TN Rev. Larrie R. Pike, Pastor Bronson Carter, Youth Pastor 423-638-6822 or 638-2219

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863-1830 (pastor’s cell) Rev. Nick Bailey, Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Wednesday Evening Youth Service: 7 p.m. Wednesday TV program on channel 18 at 4 p.m.

Warrensburg Baptist 15 Kirk Hill Road, Mohawk Rev. Gary Marshall, Pastor 235-2619: (home) 620-7287: (cell) Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Wayside Free Will Baptist 194 Pruitt Road 638-7194

Cedar Creek Church of God 2800 Cedar Creek Road, Greeneville, TN

423-639-3468

Worship Opportunities Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Children’s Church: 10:30 a.m. TV Broadcast, Channel 18: 4:00 p.m. Sunday Evening worship: 6:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY: 6:30 p.m. Children’s & Youth Ministries - Adult Bible Study Nursery provided for all Services

Sunday School: 9:00 a.m. Worship: 10:00 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship: 6:00 p.m. — WEDNESDAY — Children’s, Youth Ministry & Adult Bible Study: 6:45 p.m. www.cedarcreekcog.com

Worship Opportunities

Christ United Methodist Church

Eastside Baptist Church

First Established Methodist Church in the city of Greeneville 307 South Main St.

423-639-2582 • www.eastsidebaptist.info

638-6224

Worship Opportunities

Ginger Isom, Pastor

SUNDAY Sunday Bible Study: 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Wed. Prayer Meeting/Kids 4 Truth/ Ignite Teen Ministry: 7:00 p.m. Staffed Nursery for Every Service - Ministries for ALL AGES -

Traditional Worship: 10:30 a.m., Sanctuary Coffee-House Worship: 6:30 p.m., Fellowship Hall Children’s & Youth Ministries: Sundays,4:45 p.m. For Bible Study opportunities call the church office for details. Parking is located in back of church off of McKee St. www.christumcgreeneville.com

Rev. Leonard Cutshaw, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m.

Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Service: 7 p.m.

* West Greene Free Will Baptist 4920 Shackleford Road, Mosheim Rev. Dexter Brummitt, Pastor 725-3629 (home) 865-2269 (cell)

BRETHREN Grace Brethren Church 3337 Hwy. 11E, Telford Robert Skeen, Pastor PLEASE SEE CHURCHES |89

Church Guide Dr. Darryl Allen, Pastor E.J. Swatsell, Youth Pastor

Sunday Worship Times

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195 Serral Dr., Greeneville Off 11-E just before Wal-Mart

David Fox, Pastor

Cedar Hill Cumberland Presbyterian Church 4170 Newport Hwy., Greeneville, TN 423-639-0268

Casey Nicholason, Pastor Worship Opportunities

Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship: 10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:00 p.m. Youth & Bible Buddies: 6:00 p.m. You are invited to come and worship with us!

First Church of God 1505 West Main Street

423-638-4818 H. Gerald Rudd, Senior Pastor Stephen Aiken, Associate Pastor Dale Gruver, Worship Pastor Anita Miller, Youth Pastor

Worship Opportunities Sunday School: 9:00 a.m. Morning Worship: 10:00 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Night Ministries & Activities for All Ages: 6:30 p.m. www.greenevillefcog.com Home of Noah’s ArkChild Care & Pre-School


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Churches Starts on Page 88 257-2880 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. AWANA Service: 6 p.m. Mountain Valley Church of the Brethren

THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK 5110 Ottway Road Wolfgang Wendland, Pastor 234-0507 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening: 6:30 p.m. CATHOLIC Notre Dame Church 212 Mt. Bethel Road Rev. Jim Harvey 639-9381

Saturday Vigil: 5 p.m. Sunday Mass: 8 a.m. 11 a.m., 3 p.m. (in Spanish) www.notredamechurchtn. org CHRISTIAN Central Christian 118 W. Summer St. Lee Harrison, Pastor 639-3481 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m.

1st and 3rd Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. www.cccgreeneville.org First Christian 1130 Temple St. Scott Wakefield, Minister Tommy Staggs, Associate Minister Kris Carlson, Worship Minister 639-0126 Sunday Worship: 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m. Youth Group and Children’s

Bible Study (offered during school year): 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Adult Bible Study: 6 to 7:30 p.m. www.fccgreeneville.org Mount Bethel Christian 361 Clear Springs Road, Limestone 257-4314 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7

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p.m. www.mtbethelcc.com CHURCH OF CHRIST Asheville Hwy. Church of Christ 3220 Asheville Hwy. Joshua Ferguson, Minister 787-7876 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. PLEASE SEE CHURCHES |90

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First Presbyterian Church www.firstpresgreeneville.org 638-4533 Worship Opportunities Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sun. Worship: 8:30 & 10:45 a.m. Sun. Evening: Youth Fellowship 5:00 p.m. Nursery Available for All Services

• Casual. Contemporary. Christian. • Kidz ministry available during service. • Service time: 10:30 a.m. Sunday • Where: 615 W. Main St. “Crescent School Building” • Web site: www.greenevilleCC.org

201 N. Main St.

• Contact Pastor Will Martin, email: willmartin7@gmail.com 423-525-2890 • ...If you don’t currently have a church home, we would love for you to check us out.

Worship Opportunities Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship: 8:15 & 10:30 a.m. Ministries for All Ages Nursery Provided Wednesday Communion: 5:45 p.m. (Aug.-May) .www.GCPChurch.org

Iglesia Adventista del Séptimo Día de Greeneville Alfa y Omega

1710 Whirlwind Rd.

Greystone Freewill Baptist

423-823-2271

5345 Greystone Road

Mike Lamb, Pastor

Roger Stocton, Pastor

Worship Services

Worship Opportunities

Edgardo Herrera, Pastor Pascual Marrero, Primer Anciano Escuela Sabática: 9:15 a.m. Sábado- Culto de Adoración: 11 a.m. Miércoles-Culto de Oración: 7:30 p.m. Facebook: Iglesia Adventista Greeneville Alfa Omega

Greeneville Free Holiness

Sunday Worship: 10:00 a.m. Evening Worship: 6:00 p.m. Wednesday: 7:00 p.m. 1st Friday of the month: 7:00 p.m.

Pleasant Vale CP Church 525 Pleasant Vale Rd., Chuckey

423-639-8289 Rev. Gene Swatzell

Worship Opportunities Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:00 p.m. Wednesday: 7:00 p.m.

423-638-4119

James W. Lively, Pastor Andy Blackwelder, Director Youth and Children Roy Blakeburn, Pastor of Counseling Abby Cole Keller, Pastor for Senior Ministries

110 N. Main St.

Dr. Dan Donaldson

Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church

Morning Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:00 p.m. Midweek: 7:00 p.m.

Reformation Lutheran Church 400 W. Main St., Greeneville

638-4627 Frederick (Rick) Ohsiek III, Pastor Jessica Siple, Organist Alice Myers, Choir Director Mackenzie Payne, Youth Director

Worship Opportunities Sun. Morning Worship: 8:00 a.m.; 10:30 a.m. Sunday Church School: 9:30 a.m. WEDNESDAY Fellowship Dinner: 5:30 p.m. Children's’ Adventure Bible Club: 6:00 p.m. Greeneville Lutheran Youth: 6:00 p.m. Bible Study: 6:30 p.m. email: reformationelca@embarqmail.com www.rlcgvl.org

1 East Ocean Blvd., Greeneville

423-588-4097

Alfa y Omega Greeneville Seventh-day Adventist Church 423-588-4097 Edgardo Herrera, Pastor Pascual Marrero, Head Elder Sabbath School: 9:15 a.m. Sabbath Worship: 11 a.m. Wed. Evening: 7:30 p.m. Fri. Bible Study: 7:30 p.m. Facebook: Iglesia Adventista Greeneville Alfa Omega

Towering Oaks Baptist Church 1985 Buckingham Rd. 638-7464 • Fax 638-6026 www.toweringoaks.org office@toweringoaks.org Dr. James K. Pierce, III, Sr. Pastor

Worship Opportunities Sunday School: 9:00 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship: 6:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY Solid Rock Café: 4:45-5:45 p.m. Bible Study Activities for All Ages: 6:00 p.m.


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Churches Starts on Page 89 Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Greeneville Church of Christ 1133 Tusculum Blvd. Shane Hoover, Minister 639-8215 Bible Study: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. WednesdayBibleStudy:7p.m. Limestone Church of Christ Opie Arnold Road off 11-E Terry Taylor, Minister

753-8751 Sunday Bible Study: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study: 7 p.m. Mount Olivet Church of Christ 2360 Little Meadow Creek Road Milton Matthers, Minister 639-1260 Sunday Bible Study: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 5 p.m. Pleasant View Church of Christ 153 Glendale Road, Limestone Charles Huff, Minister

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257-3914 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. huffcharles4@aol.com

4570 Asheville Hwy. Rev. Larrie R. Pike, Pastor Bronson Carter, Youth Pastor Tessa Carter, Children’s Pastor 638-6822 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6:30 p.m.

CHURCH OF GOD Bridges Chapel Church of God 2665 Kingsport Hwy. Clarence Gammill, Pastor 639-6363 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:15 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study: 7 p.m. www.revgam.net

Cedar Creek Church of God 2800 Cedar Creek Road Dr. Darryl Allen, Senior Pastor E.J. Swatsell, Youth Pastor 639-3468 Sunday School: 9 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday youth classes:

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www.greenevillesun.com 6:45 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Session: 7 p.m. Wednesday children, youth, adult classes: 7 p.m. www.cedarcreekcog.com Dixon Chapel Church of God 25 Old Milburnton Road Rev. Israel Franco, Pastor 257-3687 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. First Church of God 1505 W. Main St. H. Gerald Rudd, Senior Pastor Stephen Aiken, Associate Pastor Dale Gruver, Worship Pastor Anita Miller, Youth Pastor 638-4818 Sunday School: 9 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6:30 p.m. www.greenevillefcog.com Flag Branch Church of God 9800 107 Cutoff Rev. Willis Bowers, Pastor 638-6521 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Hill Street Church of God 604 N. Hill Street Rev. Jerry Feathers, Pastor 552-0177 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study: 7 p.m. * Hope Church 1121 W. Irish St. Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m.

Horse Creek Church of God 905 Old Jonesboro Road Bobby Morrison, Pastor 638-5240 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Sunday Youth Services: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Houston Memorial Church of God 4555 Kelley Gap Road Eddie Roberts, Pastor 638-7136 (Kathy Gosnell) Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday evening: 7 p.m. Middle Creek Community Church of God 3505 Middle Creek Road, Afton Rev. Robert Johnson, Pastor 639-3575 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Mosheim Church of God 9764 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Frankie J. Isley, Pastor 638-3512 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Victory Church of God 166 Sanford Circle Rev. James Fillers, Pastor 798-1992 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6:30 p.m. http://victorycog.org/

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Churches Starts on Page 90 EPISCOPAL St. James Episcopal Church 107 W. Church St. Rev. Carolyn Isley, Rector 638-6583 Holy Eucharist Rite II: 8 a.m. Adult Church School: 9 a.m. Children’s Church School: 9:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II: 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Holy Eucharist and Healing Service: 12:05 p.m. JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES East Congregation Kingdom Hall 440 Hal Henard Road Chuck Carter, coordinator 638-2870 or 639-8588 Public Talk: 10 a.m. on Sunday Watchtower Study: 10:45 to 11:45 a.m. Sunday Bible Study, Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Spanish Congregation Kingdom Hall 440 Hal Henard Road Jason Saylor, coordinator 638-2870 or 202-0851 Public Talk: 4 p.m. Sunday Watchtower Study: 4:45 to 5:45 p.m. Bible Study, Thursday: 7:30 p.m. West Congregation Kingdom Hall 440 Hal Henard Road Dwight Myers, coordinator 638-2870 or 639-2513 Public Talk: 1 p.m. Sunday Watchtower Study: 1:45 to 2:45 p.m. Sunday Bible Study, Tuesday: 7:30 p.m. LUTHERAN Reformation Lutheran 400 West Main St. Rev. Rick Ohsiek, Pastor 638-4627 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 8 and

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10:30 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study (offered during school year): 6:30 p.m. Greeneville Lutheran Youth Meeting (offered during school year): 6 p.m. on Wednesday www.rlcgvl.org Sinking Springs Lutheran 2690 Sinking Springs Road, Midway Jerry Weeks, Pastor 422-9372 Sunday School: 9 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. * Solomon Lutheran 670 Cove Creek Road Rev. Larry Moore, Pastor 639-3679 Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School: 10:30 a.m. St. James Lutheran 3205 St. James Road Rev. Larry Moore, Pastor 638-1588 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. MENNONITE * Greene County Mennonite Church 3625 Chuckey Pike Raymond Fisher, Bishop 257-8360 Sunday Morning: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. METHODIST Afton United Methodist Church 156 Patterson St., Afton Rev. Sarah Jo Emmerich, Pastor 639-0507 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11:15 a.m. Albright United Methodist Church 6525 Old Stage Road, Chuckey Mack Turner, Pastor Sunday Worship: 9 a.m.

Sunday School: 10 a.m. Evening Worship: 5:30 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study: 6:30 p.m. Antioch United Methodist Church 4320 Marvin Road, Bulls Gap Rev. David Gibbs, Pastor 422-6456 Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School: 10:30 a.m. Asbury United Methodist Church 201 S. Main St. Rev. David Woody, Senior Pastor The Rev. Jeannie Higgins, Minister of Discipleship 798-1050 Early Morning Worship: 8

a.m. Traditional Worship: 10 a.m. Contemporary Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday School: 9 and 10 a.m. Wednesday night meals (excluding summer): 5:30 p.m. Wednesday study programs (excluding summer): 6:30 p.m. www.asburyumconline. com Asbury United Methodist Church 1779 Bailey Bridge Road, Limestone Steven Spell, Pastor 245-9690 (pastor’s home) 389-2683 (pastor’s cell) Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m.

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Baileyton United Methodist Church 967 Baileyton Main St. Rev. Bill Rimmer, Pastor; 1st & 3rd Sundays Wade McAmis, Lay Speaker; 2nd & 4th Sundays 234-6730 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening Bible Study and Youth Activities: 6:30 p.m. www.baileytonumc.org Bales Chapel United Methodist Church 2505 Roaring Fork Road Rev. Dixie J. Miller, Pastor 638-2177 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m.

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Bethesda United Methodist Church 1900 Harrison Road Rev. Cindy Paxton, Pastor 329-2288 Sunday School: 9 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. * Bewley’s Chapel United Methodist Church 1755 Bewley’s Chapel Road, Mosheim Rev. Bobbie Dunford, Pastor Sunday Worship: 9 a.m. Sunday School: 10 a.m. Bradburn Hill United Methodist Church 1325 Kingsport Hwy. Rev. Roger Crim, Pastor 639-8894 (pastor’s home) PLEASE SEE CHURCHES |92

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(contemporary) Chuckey United Methodist Church 430 Highland St., Chuckey Randall Emmert, Pastor 753-9738 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m.

Starts on Page 91 rlcsrhsd@ embarqmail.com Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. www.bradburnhillumc.org Carter’s Chapel United Methodist Church 7810 Lonesome Pine Trail Rev. Mark E. Wills, Pastor 254-0141 Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday School: 11 a.m. www.carterschapel.com Carter’s Station United Methodist Church 1150 Albany Road Rev. Mark E. Wills, Pastor 254-0141 Church School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. www.cartersstation.com * Cedar Grove United Methodist Church 5270 Chuckey Pike, Chuckey Dr. Walt Isley, Pastor Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. (2nd and 4th Sunday) Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Christ United Methodist Church 307 S. Main St. Rev. A. Virginia (Ginger) Isom, Pastor 638-6224 (office) Sunday School: 9:15 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. (traditional) Wednesday Evening: 5:30 p.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m.

Clear Springs Chapel United Methodist Church 4058 Clear Springs Road, Limestone Mack Turner, Pastor 257-8026 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening Bible Study: 5:30 p.m. Sunday Evening Children’s Service: 6:30 p.m. Doty’s Chapel United Methodist Church 1670 Doty’s Chapel Road, Afton Rev. William C. Rimmer, Pastor 234-6730 (pastor’s home) Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday School: 11 a.m. * Ebenezer United Methodist Church 1695 Earnest Road, Chuckey Dr. Walt Isley, Pastor Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. 1st and 3rd Sunday Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. every Sunday First United Methodist Church Bulls Gap 115 Church St., Bulls Gap P.O. Box 66 Faith Ramer, Pastor 289-3232 Sunday School: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m.

Gethsemane United Methodist Church 155 South Water Fork Road Rev. Cindy Paxton, Pastor 329-2288 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study: 7 p.m.

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Greenwood United Methodist Church 645 Sam Doak Drive, Tusculum Rev. Sarah Jo Emmerich, Pastor 638-8221 Sunday Worship: 9 a.m. Sunday School: 10 a.m. Parish Wednesday Bible Study: 6:30 p.m.

Hermon United Methodist Church 107 Cutoff, Chuckey 972-9634 Dr. Walt Isley, Pastor Sunday Worship 9:45 a.m. 1st and 3rd Sunday Sunday School 9:45 a.m. every Sunday

Hardins Chapel United Methodist Church 3320 Baileyton Road Bill Hughes, Pastor 639-0951 (office) Sunday Worship: 9 a.m. Sunday School: 10:45 a.m. For transportation, call 639-5534. www.hardinschapel.org * Harmon’s Valley United Methodist Church Corner of Old Mosheim Hwy. and 11E Rev. Charles Lindy, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Hartman’s Chapel United Methodist Church 3497 Old Kentucky Road, West Rev. James Fain, Pastor 638-6657 (pastor’s home) Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday School: 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m.

Heartland Free Methodist Church 1011 Asheville Hwy. Kevin McAmis, Pastor 638-3671 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 5 p.m.

Hunt’s Chapel United Methodist Church 7490 Newport Hwy. Rev. Dwayne Casteel Sunday Worship: 9 a.m. Sunday School: 10 a.m. Jearoldstown United Methodist Church 1825 Woolsey Rd. Rev. Richard Bowers, Pastor 348-7890 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening Bible study: 5:30 p.m. Liberty Hill United Methodist Church 3505 Old Snapps Ferry Road 257-8026 Mack Turner, Pastor Sunday School: 11 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Limestone

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Methodist Church 189 Opie Arnold Road Steven Spell, Pastor 245-9860 (pastor’s home) 389-2683 (pastor’s cell) Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening: 5 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study: 5:45 p.m. Love’s Memorial United Methodist Church 2380 Poplar Springs Road Rev. Dan Palmer, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Family Night: Wednesday at 6 p.m. Midway United Methodist Church 60 McDonald Road, Midway Rev. Jerry Holt, Pastor 639-9881 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Evening Worship: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Milburnton United Methodist Church Old Milburnton Church Road, Limestone Rev. Vivian Franklin, Pastor 972-3707

Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. * Mosheim Central United Methodist Church 675 Main St., Mosheim 422-7927 Rev. Lewis B. Kizer, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Mount Carmel United Methodist Church 116 Old Moore Rd., Chuckey 257-5553 Rance Edwards, Pastor Sunday Worship: 9:45 a.m. Sunday School: 11 a.m. Mount Carmel United Methodist Church 4232 Mt. Carmel Road, Mosheim Charles Heck, Pastor 235-2442 or 972-7214 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study: 6:30 p.m. UMW second Tuesday of each month: 6 p.m. Mount Carmel United Methodist Church At Sunnyside 430 Carmel Hill Road, Sunnyside 638-1124 (Pastor’s Home) PLEASE SEE CHURCHES |93

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Churches Starts on Page 92 Martha Beamer, Pastor Sunday Worship 2nd, 4th Sunday: 10:45 a.m. Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Mount Hebron United Methodist Church 665 Mt. Hebron Road 638-6680 Rev. Steve Tuck, Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 7 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Thursday Morning Bible Study: 10 a.m. Mount Pisgah United Methodist Church 1193 Pisgah Road, Sunnyside 423-638-1124 (pastors home)

THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK Martha Beamer, Pastor Sunday School, 1st Sunday: 10:30 a.m. 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 1st Sunday, 9:30 a.m.; 3rd Sunday: 10:30 a.m. 2nd Sunday Evening Worship: 6:30 p.m. Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church 711 Mt. Pleasant Road 639-8894 (pastor’s home) Rev. Roger Bradburn, Pastor Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School: 10:45 a.m. Mount Tabor United Methodist Church 500 Tabor Road Rev. Cindy Paxton, Pastor 329-2288 (pastor) Sunday Worship: 9 a.m. Sunday School: 10 a.m. Mount Vernon United Methodist Church

1015 Doughty Chapel Road Rev. Linda Rozar, Pastor Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m.

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2650 Ottway Road 620-1716 Rev. Donna Waddle, Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m. Wednesday: 6:15 p.m.

195 Pleasant Hill Road, Bulls Gap Rev. Gregory Fletcher 423-293-2791 (pastor’s cell) Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School: 10:30 a.m.

Pine Grove United Methodist Church 3005 Bright Hope Road Rev. James Fain, Pastor 638-6657 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Wednesday: 6:00 p.m.

Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church 1477 Fox Rd, Chuckey Dr. Walter A. Isley, Pastor Sunday Worhsip: 2nd and 4th Sundays, 9:45 Sunday School: 10:45

* Rheatown United Methodist Church Rheatown Road, Chuckey Randall Emmert, Pastor 753-9738 (pastor’s home) Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday School: 11a.m.

O&S Chapel United Methodist Church 160 West Stagecoach Road Pastor Joe Phillips Sunday Worhsip: 10 a.m.

* Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church Pastor Greg Davis 687 Pleasant Grove Road, Limestone Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday School: 11 a.m.

Pruitt Hill United Methodist Church 845 W. Allens Bridge Road William “Bill” Pace, Pastor 639-6908 Sunday School: 9 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10 a.m.

River Hill United Methodist Church 5850 Old Asheville Hwy. Martha Beamer, Pastor Sunday School: 1st, 2nd and 4th Sunday: 9:30 a.m. 3rd Sunday: 10:45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 1st Sunday: 10:45 a.m., 3rd Sunday: 9:30 a.m.

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Mount Zion United Methodist Church 876 Mt. Zion Road, Afton Rev. Kristen Burkhart, Pastor 639-7454 Sunday country breakfast: 9 a.m. Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:40 a.m. Sunday Evening: 7 p.m.

205 Rehoboth Church Lane Preaching Station (Cherokee Circuit) Rev. Martha Beamer 638-1124 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 10:15 a.m.

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Churches Starts on Page 93 Romeo United Methodist Church 11095 Lonesome Pine Trail Rev. Douglas C. Jennings, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Seviers United Methodist Church 951 Hwy. 107, Jonesborough Rance Edwards, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday. Evening: 6 p.m. Stone Dam United Methodist Church 315 Stone Dam Road, Chuckey

Sarah Jo Emmerich, Pastor 639-0507 (parsonage) Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday School: 11 a.m. Sunday Bible Study: 6:30 p.m. Sulphur Springs United Methodist Church 1609 Sulphur Springs Loop Rev. William Rimmer, Pastor (2nd and 4th Sundays) 234-6730 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Tate Chapel United Methodist Church 710 Wesley Ave. William “Bill” Pace, Pastor 638-7029 Sunday School: 10:15 a.m.

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Sunday Worship: 11:15 a.m. Telford United Methodist Church 1775 Old State Route 34 Richard Loony and Michael Vaughn, Pastors 753-6583 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Trinity United Methodist Church 524 Tusculum Blvd. (across from McDonald’s) Rev. Stuart Albbe, Pastor 638-7521 638-1887 (fax) Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School: 10:40 a.m. Contemporary Worship: 11:30 a.m. Wednesday meal: 5:45

p.m. Children and adult activities: 6:30 p.m. www.trinity-um-church. org email: trinity8888@ embarqmail.com Union Temple United Methodist Church 9930 Kingsport Hwy. Rev. Richard Bowers, Pastor 348-7890 (pastor’s home) Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School: 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Night Bible Study: 6 p.m. * Warrensburg United Methodist Church 120 Warrensburg Road, Mohawk Stephanie Widmann, Lay Pastor Max Frye, Pastor 865-397-3223 (pastor’s home)

Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday School: 11 a.m. Weems Chapel United Methodist Church 1010 Weems Chapel Road, Mosheim Rev. Vivian Reed, Pastor 865-828-4919 (pastor’s cell) Sunday Worship: 9:45 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Wednesday Night Prayer Service: 6 p.m. Youth Meeting also on Wednesday nights at 6 p.m. Wesley’s Chapel United Methodist Church 1525 N. Wesley Chapel Road Rev. Linda Rozar, Pastor 423-823-1470 (pastor’s cell) Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School: 10:30 a.m.

Whittenburg United Methodist Church 1190 Poplar Springs Road Preaching Station (Bright Hope Circuit) Jon Pursley Sunday School: 9 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Zion United Methodist Church 6055 Horton Highway Rev. William Rimmer, Pastor 234-6730 (Pastor’s Home) Sunday School: 1st and 3rd Sunday: 11 a.m.; 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday: 10 a.m. MORMON The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints PLEASE SEE CHURCHES |95

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Churches Starts on Page 94 1109 Sun Valley Drive Thomas Annett, Branch President 639-0269 (church office) First meeting: 10 a.m. Second meeting: 11 a.m. Youth activity nights (Wednesday): 6:30 p.m.

NAZARENE First Church of the Nazarene 201 Unaka St. Rev. Stephen Rutherford, Pastor 639-1661 Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m.

Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Saturday Prayer: 6 p.m. Greeneville First Church of the Nazarene on Facebook.com

787-9009 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. NON-DENOMINATIONAL, OTHER DENOMINATIONS Brittontown Church 2180 Brittontown Road, Afton Rev. Roger Dykes, Pastor 234-1595

Philadelphia Nazarene Church 1216 Corby Bridge Road, Chuckey Rev. Lowell Bowens, Pastor

Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Calvary Chapel Greeneville 401 W. Main St. Gary Hall, Pastor 636-2607 Sunday Worship: 9 a.m.

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Churches Starts on Page 95 6 p.m. Friday U-Turn for Christ: 6 p.m. www.calvarygv.org Christian Friendship Church “The Master’s House” 6544 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Mosheim Tony and Sharon Cobble, Pastors Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Wednesday Evening: 6:30 p.m. http://www.ourchurch. com/member/c/cfcmastershouse/

Christian Heritage Church Corner of Leonard and N. Irish Streets Robert Beach, Pastor 234-0576 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6 p.m. Community Fellowship 10151 Asheville Hwy. 639-6512 (Billy Sexton) Sunday School : 9:30 a.m., followed by worship Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1756, Greeneville, TN 37744

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Crossroads Fellowship Church of God of Prophecy 4675 107 Cutoff Rev. Travis Carter, Pastor 639 -2742 Sunday School: 9 :45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Disciple’s Point 804 E. Church St. Pastor Tootie Wright 823- 0565 Sunday Celebration: 11 a.m. Bible studies throughout the week w w w.d i sc iple sp oi nt. org

Doughty’s Chapel Church 390 Lonesome Pine Trail Charles Ervin, Pastor 422-7296 Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Thursday Evening: 7 p.m. Every Fifth Saturday: 7 p.m. * Gate Called Beautiful of Jesus Christ 811 N. Main St. Pastor Marvin Grant (commutes from N.C.) 828-757-3311 Sunday Worship: 6 p.m. Tuesday Bible Study: 6 p.m.

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www.greenevillesun.com Grace Fellowship Church 836 Baileyton Rd. Rev. Jim Bunch, Pastor 638-2600 Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday Evening: 6:30 p.m. www.graceforward.org Greeneville Community Church 615 W. Main St. in Crescent School Auditorium Pastor Will Martin 525-2890 Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. www.greenevillecc.org Greeneville Free Holiness Church

1710 Whirlwind Road Mike Lamb, Pastor 823-2271 Sunday Service: 10 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. 1st Friday of the month: 7 p.m. God’s Church 65 Snyder Lane off Asheville Hwy. Rev. Jerry Williams, Sr. 787-1797 Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. * Gospel Tabernacle 485 Rocky Hill Drive PLEASE SEE CHURCHES |99

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Churches Starts on Page 98 Perry Foshie, Pastor 638-5036 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Thursday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Horse Creek Mission Church 1665 Horse Creek Park Road Rev. Kenneth Bowens, Pastor 257-3554 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship after Sunday School Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. House of Faith Church 227 W. Bernard Ave. Rev. Robert Sane Sr., Pastor 360-4053 (pastor’s home) 636-8428 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. House of the Lord Church Lord’s Lane off Old Asheville Highway Rev. Lynn Mercer, Pastor 639-1234 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: After Sunday school Tuesday Prayer Meeting: 6:30 p.m. Lord’s Tabernacle 1104 Arnold Rd. Rev. Buster Shelton, Pastor 638-7003 Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m.

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Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. New H a r ve s t Church 434 Old Knoxville Hwy. Scott Kirsch, Pastor 783-7949 Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Prayer and Intercession, Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Men’s Fellowship Breakfast: 9 a.m. every third Saturday of the month www.newharvestfamily.com New Haven Church 65 Chuckey Doak Road, Afton Rev. Keith Williams, Pastor 787-0231 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:15 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Oak Dale Union Church 615 Pritchard Road, Limestone Rev. Mike Woodward, Pastor 948 -1784 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. * Old Fashion Gospel House Independent Baptist Church 468 Phillipi Church Rd., Bulls Gap Mike Ray, Pastor 587-3204 Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m.

Wednesday Evening: 6 p.m. Old Tabernacle Church of God 2835 Newport Hwy. Wayne Riddle, Pastor 278-0369 (pastor’s cell) Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6 p.m. Open Door Tabernacle 70 Tabernacle Road, Chuckey Mike Hensley, Pastor 639-2150 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. (Bible study) * Ottway Bible Church Corner of John Graham Road and Reed Road Rev. Edward Cutshaw, Pastor Pastor’s Home: 528-4156 Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Our Father’s Place (A church for those with mental handicaps) Asbury United Methodist Chapel Randy Davenport, Chairperson 639-5534 Sunday Worship: 4 p.m. Power of the Harvest 305 W. Church St. Scotty Gosnell, Pastor 588-9621 Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Raders Union Church 50 Rader Union Lane Rev. Roger Cutshall, Pastor 639-3226 Sunday School: 10 a.m.

Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays Sunday Evening: 7 p.m. The Sheepfold Opie Arnold Rd. Pastor John Hurnyak 647-8969 Sundays: 3:30 p.m. Shelton Mission 1920 Shelton Mission Road Jerry Hopson, Pastor 639-5831 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Susong Memorial Church 1506 Susong Memorial Road Rev. Clay Wilkerson, Pastor Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Temple Of God 150 Marshall Lane Rev. D.L Cutshaw, Pastor 638-2640 Sunday School: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. * Tree of Life Church 11055 Asheville Hwy. Ralph Hensley, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Unity Chapel Church 1275 Tabor Road Rev. Stephen Saults, Pastor 257-6338 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 9:30 a.m.

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Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Walkertown Church 6885 Kingsport Hwy., Afton Sam Smith, Pastor 639-1333 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Wesleyan Bible Tabernacle 518 W. Church St. Rev. Clinton Ryder, Pastor 638-4852 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6 p.m. PENTECOSTAL Ashway Pentecostal Holiness Church 818 Asheville Hwy. Dean Brewster, Pastor 639-4966 Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Bethel Full Gospel Church 1308 Old Kentucky Road Jerry Boles, Pastor 639-9530 or 623-9732 Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 6 p.m. Bethesda Community Church 302 Park St. Rev. Chris Newton, Pastor 638-6788 Sunday Worship: 10:15 a.m. Children’s Church: 10:15 a.m. Casi Full Gospel Church 372 Cassi Road, Chuckey PLEASE SEE CHURCHES |100


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Churches Starts on Page 99 Rev. Shawn Broyles, Pastor 794-8381 (Harmon Mathes) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Covenant Christian Ministries First Pentecostal Church of God Belle Arden Run 496 Mountain View Dr., Mosheim Rev. Dr. Dahk Knox, Senior Pastor Ben Weems, Assoc. Pastor Rev. Dr. Ric Burd, Counseling Pastor 422-4711 or 552-3117 Sunday Worship: see New Harvest Church Evening Fellowship: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening Bible Study: 6:30 p.m. Monday-Friday Christian Counseling Services: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. www.covenantchristianhealingministries.org Faith Temple Independent Pentecostal Church 276 N. Rufe Taylor Road Rev. Doug White, Pastor 638-6721 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Full Gospel Christian Fellowship 644 Pruitt Road North Tony Winkler, Pastor Chucky Dyer, Youth Pastor & Associate Pastor 636-1551 Transportation, if needed, 636-1551 Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.

Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Full Gospel Mission #2313 313 Davis St. P.O. Box 1757 Ronald G. Samples, pastor 638-2405 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11:15 a.m. * Golden Gate Full Gospel Church 3875 Asheville Hwy. Rev. Ronnie Knight, Pastor 639-6533 (pastor’s home) Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Tuesday Evening: 7 p.m. * Holy Praise Tabernacle Whirlwind Rd. Sunday Morning: 10 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Tuesday Evening: 7 p.m. * Manifest Today Services held at The Charray Inn Motel 121 Serral Drive Rev. Terry Ottinger, Sr. Minister 623-2066 Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m. River of Praise 8250 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Chuckey Scott Hillman, Pastor 972-6951 (pastor’s home) Sunday Worship: 9 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study: 7 p.m. The Sanctuary 210 Luther Street Jeremy J. Carver, Pastor 639-9754 Sunday School: 11 a.m. Sunday Worship: 12 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. www.sanctuarytn.org

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Sounds of Faith Worship Center 495 Gap Creek Rd. Adam Gaddis, Pastor Chris Gunter, Associate Pastor 235-0765 (president’s home) Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. www.soundsoffaithministries.org Thrive 116 N. Rufe Taylor Rd. Rick Becker, Pastor 638-2799 Sunday: 10 a.m. Bible study and youth meetings Wednesday at 7 p.m. http://thrivetn.org Upper Room Praise and Worship Center and Bible College 1000 Chuckey Pike Jackie Morgan, Pastor 552-6792 and 552-6793 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. PRESBYTERIAN Amity Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Whirlwind Road 639-4450 Sunday Worship: 9:15 a.m. * Bethesda Cumberland Presbyterian Church 16340 Kingsport Hwy. Rev. Rocky Johnson, Pastor Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. * Cedar Creek Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) 3401 Cedar Creek School Road Harrell L. Cobb, Pastor

638-9283 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study:7:00 p.m. CedarHillCumberland Presbyterian Church 4170 Newport Hwy. Rev. Casey Nicholson, Pastor 639-0268 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Chuckey Presbyterian Church 8250 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Jackie Riddle, C.L.P., Pastor 534-9236 Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Fellowship Dinner each Sunday following worship. Cross Anchor Presbyterian Church 490 Old Baileyton Road Sunday Worship: 9:45 a.m Sunday School: 10:45 a.m. Fairview Cumberland Presbyterian Church 4720 Snapps Ferry Road Rev. Ronnie Duncan, Pastor 639-9011 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Sunday Youth Meeting: 7 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study: 7 p.m. First Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) 110 N. Main St. Dr. Daniel M. Donaldson, Pastor Alan Kobs, Director of Christian Education Dr. David Hendricksen, Director of Music Ministry 638-4533 Sunday Worship: 8:30 and 10:45 a.m.

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Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Evening Youth Fellowship: 5 p.m. Wednesday Programming www.firstpresgreeneville.org Gass Memorial Cumberland Presbyterian Church 815 Gass Memorial Rd. Rev. Rex Brown, Pastor 639-4298 (pastor’s home) Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. 1st, 3rd Sundays Sunday School: 10:15 a.m. Grace Reformed Presbyterian Church (P.C.A.) 1111 Myers St. Rev. Carl V. Van Der Merwe, Pastor 523-9124 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11a. m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church 201 N. Main St. Rev. Jamie W. Lively, Pastor Rev. Andy Blackwelder, Director of Youth and Children Rev. Roy Blakeburn, Associate Pastor of Counseling 638-4119 Sunday Worship: 8:15 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. www.gcpchurch.org Meadow Creek Presbyterian Church (P.C.A.) 4850 W. Allens Bridge Road Jeff Neikirk, Pastor 638-4990

Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:35 a.m. * Mohawk Cumberland Presbyterian Church 50 Saville Loop, Mohawk Chris Franklin, Pastor Sunday School: 9 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10 & 11 a.m. Sunday evening: 6 p.m. Mt. Pleasant Cumberland Presbyterian Church 3945 Babbs Mill Road Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School: 10:30 a.m. New Bethel Cumberland Presbyterian Church 90 Cox Road off Hwy. 70N, Rogersville Road Rev. Rex Brown, Pastor 639-4298 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 1st, 3rd Sunday: 9:30 a.m. 2nd, 4th Sundays: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 2nd, 4th Sundays: 9:30, 3rd: 10:30 a.m. New Ebenezer Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Old Kentucky Road Rev. Ken Verran, Pastor 638-6870 (Bob Susong) Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m. Philadelphia Cumberland Presbyterian Church 757 Snapp Bridge Road, Limestone Rev. Byrd Broyles, Pastor 257-4578 (pastor’s cell) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11a. m. PLEASE SEE CHURCHES |101


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Churches Starts on Page 100 Philadelphia United P r e sby t er ia n Church 757 Snapp Bridge Road, Limestone Rev. Charles “Chip” Herndon IV, Pastor Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Pilot Knob Cumberland Presbyterian Church Gap Creek Road Richard Snowden, Lay Pastor 235-5914 (pastor’s home) Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School:10:30 a.m. Pleasant Hill Cumberland Presbyterian Church 13385 Kingsport Hwy. Rev. Rex Brown, Pastor 639-4298 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Pleasant Vale Cumberland Presbyterian Church 525 Pleasant Vale Road, Chuckey Gene Swatzell, Pastor 639-8289 (pastor’s home) Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening: 7 p.m. Providence Presbyterian Church (P.C.A.) 2165 Happy Valley Road Rev. Carl V. Van Der Merwe, Pastor Sunday School: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. www.ppctn.org

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Salem Cumberland Presbyterian Church 194 Lost Mountain Pike Rev. Billy Moore, Pastor 234-0281 (home of Helen Stames) Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship: 6 p.m. Salem Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) 147 Washington College Road, Limestone 257-5792 Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. www.salempreschurch. com Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church 1121 Shiloh Road Rev. Tammy Greene, Pastor 639-3763 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. www.shilohcpc.net Tabernacle Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) 715 Wesley Ave. John Catts, Pastor 297-5896 Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11:15 a.m. Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) 30 Timber Ridge Road Dr. Rev. Brian Wyatt, Pastor 783-9996 Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:45 a.m. www.timberridgepreschurch.org * Zion Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) 295 Sentelle Road William Wing, Pastor Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School: 10:15 a.m.

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Artisan & Crafter Christ United Methodist Church

Meets the 1st Saturday of the Month Starting @ 10:00 A.M. For More Information Call the Church @ 638-6224

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Mosheim Chapter #292 Order of the Eastern Star Regular Slated Meeting 3rd Monday of the Month 7:00 p.m. at the Mosheim Masonic Lodge #463 In Honor of Sister JoLene Jones; Grand Representitive to Virginia

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Many Parks, Recreational Facilities Available In The Community For those seeking opportunities to camp, swim, picnic, walk, exercise, or relax and otherwise enjoy nature, Greene County has numerous parks and recreation areas. They include: PRIVATE CAMPGROUNDS Banks Farm Campgrounds Phone: (423) 422-7778 or (423) 823-0789 Website: www.banksfarmscampground.net Location: On the Nolichucky River in the Warrensburg community, just 10 miles off Exit 15 of I-81. Summary: The campground is owned and operated by Camellia Fitzgerald. There are more than 100 full-service hookups for campers and RVs, as well as unlimited tent sites, rental log cabins, a large swimming pool and a snack shop. The campground, once a tobacco/dairy farm, is a full recreational area including a newly-built pavilion and hiking and biking. There are also tube, kayak and boat rentals. The campground has opened an equine area, the Nolichuckey Show Grounds and Arena, which can be rented out for shows. The arena includes an announcer stand, equipment, restrooms, water, and plenty of parking. Open year-round, the campground welcomes groups, organizations, churches, families and individuals.

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Mountain Road about a mile-and-a-quarter off Asheville Highway. Summary: Hemlock Hollow is a hikers’ hostel, with rental cabins, farm, cafe, and a shop. It has four cabins — prices range from $50 to $180 — and six primitive sites ($15 for five persons). A bed for a hiker is $12 for a site and $20- $25 a night for a bunk. T he c a mpg r ou nd has a bathhouse with purified water from a deep well, a pavilion for gatherings, Paint Creek Cafe, a Country Store sel l i n g c of fe e, tea, herbs, spices, a nd h i k i n g / c a mpi n g sup plies, a nd f ree Wi F i. T he c a m p g r ou nd is open year-round Hemlock Hollow Inn and welcomes hikers, Phone: 787-0917 families, individuals, Website: www.hem- churches, and other lockhollowinn.com organizations. Location: 645 Chandler Circle off Viking

Old Mountain Campground Phone: 638-3236 Website: www.oldmountaincampg round. com Location: 1074 Old Mountain Road off Camp Creek Road. Summary: The campground has 40 campsites with full electrical, water and sewer hookups, as well as 20 other natural campsites and cabin rentals. The campg round includes free WiFi, a fishing pond, horseback riding trails, and a swimming pool. Pebble Mountain Family Campground Phone: 257-2120 Website: www.pebblemtn.com Location: Off Highway 107 on Dunham Road, almost a mile away from Horse Creek Recreation Area.

Summary: There are 41 full-service hookups for campers and RVs and three primitive tent sites. The campsite has recently added a cabin sleeping up to four adults and two children. The cabin includes two futons, a refrigerator/freezer, and air conditioning or heating. The campground has a small store, an enclosed pavilion, a pool, horseshoes, volleyball, and walking/biking trails. CAMPGROUNDS/PARKS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park Phone: 257-2167 Website: www.tn.gov/ env ironment /pa rks / DavidCrockettSP/ Location: About 12 miles east of Greeneville, off U.S. Hwy. 11E. Summary: The 105-

acre park along the banks of the Nolichucky River salutes the birthplace of one of America’s most famous native sons. Facilities include a swimming pool, playground, campground, picnic area and shelters, boat ramp, and hiking trails as well as a museum, 18th century replica cabin and a monument dedicated to the memory of Davy Crockett. The campground has approximately 88 sites, 40 of which have water and electric, 35 with water, sewer, and electricity, and the remainder are primitive tent sites without electricity or water. Park hours are 8 a.m. until dusk, adjusting seasonally. Campground office hours are 2 to 8 p.m. during the camping season and park office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Kinser Park Phone: 639-5912 for park, 639-6406 for golf course. Website: www.kinserpark.com Location: From downtown Greeneville, take Main Street west to State Route 70S (Asheville Highway) and go approximately five miles south to East Allens Bridge Road; turn left and go about three miles; at the fork in the road near the University of Tennessee Research and Education Center at Greeneville and the Greeneville water treatment plant, turn right and go about one mile. The park entrance is on the right. For those on the eastern side of Greeneville, Kinser Park can be reached by driving toward Erwin on State Route 107 and turning right onto State Route

351 South (locally referred to as the 107 Cutoff) and following the “Camping” and “Kinser Park” signs. Summary: This city/ county-operated park is the largest park in Greene County. It has 145 campsites with electrical, water, and sewage hookups, and eight others without sewage hookup; 116 are for seasonal campers and are not available to the general public. There are 16 reserve tent sites and several more sites available on a first-come, first-serve basis. There are four bathhouses with showers, and two bathhouses without showers. The park has picnic facilities with eight pavilions, tables and grills, a swimming pool with bathhouse, two pool tables and an arcade. The swimming pool and water slide are open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend on Tuesday through Sunday. The water slide is about 120 feet long. It is open Sunday and Tuesday through Thursday from noon to 6 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from noon to 8 p.m. It is only open on Monday during holidays. An 18-hole miniature golf course, five ballfields, a volleyball net, basketball courts, tennis courts, horseshoe pits, and children’s playgrounds are among the features. A boat ramp is available for Davy Crockett Lake boaters, and some of the best fishing can be found along the length of the park. Anyone interested in reserving an RV site, tent site, or pavilion, may call PLEASE SEE PARKS | 106


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Boys & Girls Club Provides Summer, After-School Programs The Boys & Girls Club of Greeneville & Greene County, at 740 West Church St., offers summer programs and afterschool programs for kids ages 5-18. In 2012, 2,123 youngsters participated in the Boys & Girls Club, with 566 registering as club members. The club served 33,157 meals in 2012. The current rate per school year for a club membership is $5. The club also picks up youth from several school locations with no extra charge. The club charges $100 for the entire summer, which includes a free breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack. Free programming and scholarship opportunities are available for chil-

Parks Starts on Page 102 639-5912. The park is usually open from April 1 through Oct. 31, and sometimes longer, as weather permits. Open for hiking year-round. PARKS AND RECREATION Hardin Park Phone: Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department, 638-3143 Location: The park has a one-way entrance at 602 Crescent Drive. The park exits onto East Vann Road. Summary: Baseball and softball enthusiasts will enjoy Hardin Parkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s two Little League fields (Optimist and Rotary fields), one Junior Little League field used by the high school (Dale Alexander Field) and two softball fields. The 55-acre park also has picnic areas with grills and tables, pavilions (available for $10 per hour of use), two playgrounds, and a large pond for fishing and feeding the ducks.

dren of military parents, with workday scholarships available in special instances. The club has 25 staffers during the summer, two bus drivers, and three full-time staffers. As of June 2013, the club was averaging about 167 kids per day during the summer program. The club held several sporting events in 2013, including a baseball Skillz and Drillz Clinic with the Greeneville Astros, a 5K race with Atmos Energy and the Greeneville Astros, a football skills clinic with Tusculum College, a Punt, Pass and K ick competition, a wrestling

Hardin Park also contains a volleyball court, two basketball courts, a 10,000square-foot skate park, an Olympic-size swimming pool, and a tennis court. The pool usually opens on Memorial Day weekend and closes at the beginning of the school year. T u s c u lu m Cit y Park Phone : T usculum City Hall, 638-6211 Location : Behind Doak Elementary Scho Valley Developmental Center. Summary: The park has a walking track, a picnic pavilion, a specially-designed playground for children who have physical handicaps, and restroom facilities. Tusculum also has a four-mile linear park trail that can be used for walking, jogging or bicycling. Dogs are not allowed on the linear park trail, even when leashed. The trail begins at the Tusculum City Park and continues through the Tusculum College campus, crosses the Erwin Highway and ends

behind the Greene Valley Developmental Center. Dogwood Park Phone: Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department, 638-3143. Location: Behind Tusculum View School. Summary: Dogwood Park features a 400-seat outdoor amphitheater with built-in seating and a pavilion containing restroom facilities. Outdoor concerts are held during the summer months. Lights have recently been added. Forest Park Phone: Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department, 638-3143. Location: Off Forest Street. Summary: A five-acre park with a pavilion, a walking trail, and restroom facilities. Mosheim Town Park Phone: Mosheim Town Hall at 422-4051. Location: Mosheim Town Park is near Mosheim Elementary and Middle School. Summary: This park has four tennis courts and a basketball court inside a quarter-mile

program, as well as other team sports. Several agencies are brought in for special programs for the participating youth. Some of the agencies included the Greeneville Police Department, the Greeneville Fire Department, the Greeneville Astros, the Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department, the Greene County 4 -H, University of Tennessee Agricultural Extension P rog rams, CHIPS, Central Ballet, TTJC Karate and Tusculum College. The club holds a free onsite dental program to check for cavities and apply track. There is a picnic area on site. EastView Recreation Center Phone : 639-5526 for pool, 638-3143 for Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department.

sealants. The club also has programs in some local schools that focus on substance abuse and abstinence education. The Boys & Girls Club takes its members on many field trips and excursions to places such as WonderWorks in Pigeon Forge, the Andrew Johnson Historic Site, Dollywood, the Hands-on Museum, Bays Mountain, and many others. For more information, the Boys & Girls Club can be reached at 787-9322 or 787-9334. The website is www.ggcbgc.org and they can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.

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Thousands Of Members Enjoy Activities, Equipment At YMCA The YMCA is Greeneville’s major exercise and athletic center, with approximately 6,000 members. The YMCA, at 404 Y St., states that its mission is “to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.” Members have access to an indoor heated pool, fully-equipped wellness center, youth center, group exercise center, group cycling studio, game room and tech room, adult and youth gymnasiums, child watch, adult locker rooms with steam and sauna,

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children and adult locker rooms, large all-purpose room, personal training, massage therapy and the Terry Bellamy Soccer Park with a one-third mile walking track. The YMCA underwent a 22,000-square-feet expansion and renovation in 2007. The total cost for the expansion and renovation totaled approximately $2.7 million. A wellness room with a cycling studio was constructed as well as a youth gymnasium, two additional locker rooms and a youth center. Improvements included renovating the former wellness center into the new youth center, complete with a game room and tech room. In 2008, renovations to the six-lane swimming pool and aquatic center were completed, totaling about $ 60,000. The YMCA recently completed an additional parking lot area, adjacent to the Terry Bellamy Soccer Park. The additions have created an esti-

mated 90 new parking spots. The YMCA offers numerous group exercise classes to its members with certified instructors. CPR, first aid and lifeguarding certification may be received on the premises. During the school year, the YMCA offers afterschool care for its youth members and summer camps during the summer. The YMCA offers numerous adult and youth teams in a variety of sports. Adult sports range from basketball and soccer to women’s volleyball, while youth can play soccer, three-on-three basketball, flag football and t-ball. The YMCA is open Monday through Friday from 5 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday (members only) from 1 to 5:30 p.m. Mike Hollowell is the executive director. Call 639-6107 or find more information at www.greenecounty-ymca.org

Plenty Of Sports, Recreational Activities Are Available In County A wide variety of sports are avail- BASEBALL able to athletes and spectators The Greeneville Astros are alike. Following is a fairly compre- Greene County’s professional basehensive list: ball team. The Astros, part of the Houston ATV/MOTOCROSS RACING Astros’ farm system, compete in I-81 Motorsports Park, sponsored the Appalachian League, which has by Victory Sports, is a public track been a starting point for many Major for ATV, motocross, and motorcycles League Baseball players, including open to anyone. The track is open the Houston Astros’ Jose Altuve, seven days a week, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Jordan Lyles and J.D. Martinez. closed only on event days. Other teams in the league include For more information, call 423- Johnson City, Kingsport, Bristol 525-9101, or go online at www. and Elizabeton in Tennessee, and I81motorsportspark.com Burlington in North Carolina, Bluefield and Princeton in West VirAUTO RACING ginia and Danville and Pulaski in Volunteer Speedway at Bulls Gap Virginia. is the place for stock car drivers Pioneer Park, a 2,400-seat stateand fans to be on Saturday nights. of-the-art baseball stadium on the The 0.4-mile high-banked oval dirt campus of Tusculum College, is track is located near the intersec- home to the Astros. tion of U.S. 11E and Interstate 81. The Appalachian League seaSuper Late Model, Crate Late son runs annually from mid-June Model and Hobby Stock are among through the end of August or early the classes of races the Speedway September. offers. David Lane is the Astros’ general For more information, call (423) manager. His office number is 638235-5020 or visit www.volunteer- 0411. Tickets are available online at speedway.com the team’s website: www.greenevilleastros.com

RECREATION DEPARTMENT The Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department (638-3143 or 638-3144) offers various leagues in which young baseball players can learn the game and improve their skills: Pee Wee League, Minor League, Farm League, Little League, Junior Little League and Senior League. In addition, Greene County has traveling teams that are not sponsored by the Recreation Department. BASKETBALL There is a strong tradition of competition among basketball teams at all age levels throughout this community. Local high school teams regularly earn spots in the state tournament and have brought back state championship trophies on several occasions. The Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department sponsors teams for all ages. These games are played at the EastView Recreation Center. PLEASE SEE SPORTS | 109


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Sports Starts on Page 108 Youth and adult, male and female basketball leagues are an option at the YMCA. Games are played in the YMCA gym. BOWLING Olympia Lanes, on Mason Street, has 12 bowling lanes and features a full-line pro shop, a family arcade and moonlight bowling on Friday and Saturday nights. Birthday celebrations and other parties are scheduled on request. Call for times and lane availability at 639-5166. Numerous leagues are available for bowlers of all ages. FOOTBALL There are football programs at the five local high schools and local elementary and middle schools. Tusculum College is Greene County’s local college football team. In addition, a football league is provided for local youths through Greene County’s Youth Football Association and the Boys & Girls Club Football League. The association is supported by fundraisers and donations. Two leagues exist within the Youth Football Association. The Pee Wee League is for youngsters from 5 to 10 years before Aug. 1, and the Midget League is for those of 10 to 12 years before Aug. 1. Games are played at Greeneville High School and area county high schools. Both leagues’ seasons run from the last weekend in July until the first weekend in November. For more information

THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK contact Tim Marshall at 552-2151 or go to www. eteams.com/ggcyfa The YMCA sponsors coed youth flag football leagues for kindergarten through eighth grade during the summer. GOLF Several golf courses in a wide range of sizes are available to golfers from duffers to pros around Greene County. There are four 18-hole public courses, a 27-hole public course, and a members-only 18hole country club course: • Graysburg Hills, which offers 27 holes, is at 910 Graysburg Hills Road off Tenn. Rt. 93 (Kingsport Highway). Phone: 234-8061. The website is www.graysburghillsgolf. com The 18-hole public courses are: • Andrew Johnson Golf Club, located southwest of town at 615 Lick Hollow Road, off U.S. 321 (the Newport Highway). Phone 636-1476. The website is www.andrewjohnsongolf. com; • Baileyton Golf Club, located just outside Baileyton at 7925 Horton Highway. Phone 2345131. The website is www. baileytongolfclub.com; • Nolichucky View is located five miles south of Greeneville at 5605 Asheville Hwy. (Tenn. Rt. 70 South). Phone 638-7888. The website is www.nolichuckyview.com; • Twin Creeks, is about three miles east of Greeneville at 90 Chuckey Hwy. Phone 257-5192. The 18-hole private course is: • Link Hills Country Club, located five miles south of Greeneville at 1325 E. Allens Bridge Road, off state Rt. 70 South (the Asheville PLEASE SEE SPORTS | 110

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Sports Starts on Page 109 Highway). Phone 6383114. The website is www. linkhills.com Individual stroke play and four-man best-ball are just some of the tournaments that are available at nearly every course

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MINIATURE GOLF Kinser Park has an 18hole miniature golf course located near the campground. Call 639-5912.

SKATEBOARDING A skate park is available at Hardin Park. The concrete park features ramps, rails, stairs, ledges and other structures where skateboarders are allowed to skate away from vehicular traffic. Skaters are required to sign a written form and

SOCCER Soccer programs for young children to adults are offered through the YMCA. Call the Y at 639-6107. The Terry Bellamy Soccer Park is located on Bernard Avenue, and is named for Terry Bellamy, retired executive

RACQUETBALL The YMCA, located on Y Street off East Church Street, has racquetball courts available for mem-

SOFTBALL Sponsored by the Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department, adult teams compete against one another in men’s and women’s leagues. Games are played on weekday evenings and Saturdays at Hardin Park and Legion Field County leagues are also available at the various community ballfields.

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director of the YMCA. Jennifer Milburn is coordinator of the soccer park. The Greeneville Galaxy is a local youth soccer club with three fullsized regulation fields at their 814 Baileyton Road complex, one of them lit for evening games. The club has approximately 150 participants with 10-12 different teams, including two recent state champion teams.

T-BALL The YMCA offers TBall to area youngsters four years old through second grade. The season is August to October. The T-Ball program is non-competitive in design and primarily for the development of those who have little experience in playing softball or baseball.

TENNIS Public and private tennis courts are numerous. North Greene, South Greene and ChuckeyDoak high schools, as well as Mosheim Elementary School, have tennis courts that are open to the public. The Greeneville-Greene County Tennis Center is on Hal Henard Road. Call the Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department at 638-3143. Both Link Hills Country Club and the Moose Lodge have private tennis courts. Many tennis tournaments are played throughout the summer at various times and locations. VOLLEYBALL Two organizations, the YMCA and the Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department, offer league play in volleyball. The Parks and Recreation Department offers leagues for both men and women as well as a co-ed league. The YMCA only has a women’s league. WALKING, JOGGING A one-mile paved walking trail opened in 2012 at Laughlin Memorial Hospital. The trail is open to the public every day and closes at dark. Persons interested in walking or jogging may also use tracks available for public use at West Greene High School, Greeneville Middle School, the YMCA, Terry Bellamy Soccer Park, Mosheim Elementary School, Tusculum City Park and Tusculum’s Linear Park walking trail, which has a starting point at Tusculum City Park. A walking time, 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., is also set aside Monday through Friday at the EastView Recreation Center.


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World-Famous Bristol Motor Speedway Is Just Up The Road NASCAR fans’ need for speed is fueled at the nearby “World’s Fastest Half-Mile.” Greene County is fortunate to be located about an hour away from NASCAR’s most popular track, Bristol Motor Speedway. Located on Highway U.S. 11E in Bristol, the historic venue can be claimed by this region’s race fans as their home track. It is known as “The World’s Fastest Half-Mile.” Each spring and late summer, race fans make their way to the legendary high-banked track. With attendance figures that can top 150,000, Bristol Motor Speedway plays host to some of the largest crowds in both Sprint Cup and the Nationwide Series. The Irwin Tools Night Race in August is one of the most popular weeks of racing on NASCAR’s national circuit. Overf low fans have historically filled hotels as far away as Greeneville’s own accommodations during race week. Local hotels and restaurants know that the race cars’ engines’ are revving because of the yearly increase in business during August. Bristol Motor Speedway’s Fan Zone, which is open year-round, includes interactive displays, a theater, and Bristol Motor Speedway and Dragway history exhibits. The weekend comes to a close with the Saturday night classic, the Irwin Tools Night Race featuring the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, the highest level of stock car racing. BRISTOL DRAGWAY Complementing Bristol Motor Speedway is the legendary Bristol Dragway, better known to the racing world as “Thunder Valley.” The quarter-mile strip hosts the NHRA Full Throttle Series each summer in the form of the NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals. Nitro-burning Top Fuel Dragsters and Funny Cars blister the quarter-mile at speeds exceeding 320 mph, while Pro Stock cars provide some of the closest racing in all motor sports. In addition to the NHRA’s visit, a year-long calendar of events keeps the Dragway busy. Bristol Dragway holds numerous special events throughout the summer. From March through October, the Dragway hosts bracket racing, which sees a large number of area racers competing for more than $100,000 in cash and awards. HOLIDAY LIGHTS Bristol’s yearly calendar comes to a close with its annual holiday light spectacular, “Speedway in Lights,” which begins in November, the week prior to Thanksgiving. This gala boasts a route of more than four miles with more than 1.5 million lights and 200 Christ-

mas displays throughout the Speedway and Dragway grounds. A Christmas Village with its very own Kris Kringle and an ice skating rink complete the holiday festivities. Proceeds from the event brighten the lives of thousands of children throughout the region via the Bristol Chapter of Speedway Children’s

Charities. The event has generated more than $ 3 million over the past decade for children’s charitable agencies from Greeneville to Wytheville, Va. For a schedule of Bristol Motor Speedway and Dragway events, visit www.bristolmotorspeedway.com or call (423) 989-6900.

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Plenty Of Fishing Opportunities Exist, But Be Sure To Follow Regulations There are many places to fish in this region, from Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) lakes to area rivers and streams. Among the most notable nearby lakes are Douglas Lake in Cocke County and Jefferson County, Cherokee Lake in Hamblen County and Jefferson County, and Watauga Lake in Carter County. The Nolichucky River flows through the southern part of Greene County from Washington County to Cocke County, while the French Broad and Pigeon Rivers are not far away in Cocke County. The annually-stocked trout streams in Greene County are too numerous to mention, but among the best known are Paint Creek, Camp Creek, and Horse Creek. If, however, you take fish or attempt to take fish by any method, or if you assist someone else in doing so, you must have a valid fishing license. There are some exceptions. No fishing license is required if you are 12 years old or younger, fishing on your own private water, or if it is a free-fishing day. More details are listed in the handbook put out by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA). Fishing licenses go on sale Feb. 18 and do not expire until the last day of February the following year. Licenses may be purchased from court clerks, sporting goods stores, hardware

stores, boat docks, all TWRA regional offices, or at www.tnwildlife.org The phone number for TWRA is 1-800332-0900, or (423) 587-7037 for the Morristown office. Licenses also may be obtained by mail. Send your name, address, Social Security number, date of birth, physical features (height, weight, eye and hair color) and enclose the correct fee to: TWRA, Sales Office, P.O. Box 41729, Nashville, TN 37204-1729. ABOUT LIMITS The following are the creel and size limits that apply statewide. Several waters have exceptions to these limits. Refer to the 2013 Tennessee Fishing Guide for specific exceptions to the statewide regulations. If you are fishing a location that does not have exceptions listed in the guide, then the statewide limits apply. CREEL AND SIZE LIMITS Following are the creel and size limits that apply across Tennessee, in general: • Black Bass (including largemouth, smallmouth, spotted and coosa). Creel limit is 5 (no more than 5 black bass per day in any combination may be taken). There is no minimum length. • Crappie (all species combined). Creel

limit is 15, minimum length limit is 10 inches. • Rock Bass/Redeye. Creel limit is 20. No minimum length. • Striped Bass or Hybrid Striped Bass (any combination). Creel limit is 2, minimum length is 15 inches. • White Bass. Creel limit is 15. No minimum length. • Muskellunge. Creel limit is 1, minimum length is 36 inches. • Sauger or sauger/walleye hybrids. Creel limit is 10, minimum length limit is 15 inches. • Walleye. Creel limit is 5, minimum length is 16 inches. • Trout (all trout species combined). Creel limit is 7. There is no minimum length. Only two trout can be lake trout; there is a 6-inch limit on brook trout. • Redear sunfish/shellcracker. Creel limit is 20. There is no minimum length. • Yellow nass, bluegill, bream, bullheads, pickerel, northern pike, yellow perch, and other non-game species. No creel limit or minimum length. • Catfish. Only one catfish over 34 inches may be harvested per day. No harvest limit on catfish less than 34 inches. • Paddlefish. Paddlefish may be harvested from April 24 through May 31. Daily creel limit is 2 with no size limit. Culling is prohibited. Cherokee reservoirs have certain

exceptions listed in the TWRA guide. • Sturgeon (shovelnose, pallid, lake, and hybrids). No harvesting allowed. Must be returned to water immediately. OTHER REGULATIONS (TWRA lakes) • Only rods and reels, poles, hand-held lines, and jugs may be used; trotlines, cast nets and limblines are illegal on all Agency lakes. FISHING LAWS • Stocking of any fish into public waters is strictly prohibited. • Explosives, chemicals and electrical shocking devices are strictly forbidden, and their use carries heavy penalties. • Shooting in the water with any type of firearm to injure or take fish or turtles is prohibited. • All boaters and passengers must wear a Coast Guard-approved life jacket within the area designated and appropriately marked as a hazardous area below any dam and/or lock. • It is illegal to take any fish or turtle that is listed as endangered, threatened or in need of management. • It is illegal to sell or offer to sell fish or turtles without a commercial fishing license.

Cherokee National Forest Offers Plenty Of Camping, Hiking, Other Recreation The Cherokee National Forest, stretching across southeastern Greene County to the North Carolina state line, provides many nature-oriented recreational opportunities. The U.S. Forest Service’s Unaka Ranger District is located in the northern portion of the Cherokee National Forest. In this district, wildlife habitat, abundant plant-life, wilderness and the opportunity to appreciate natural beauty have been preserved. Camping, horseback riding, swimming, white-water rafting, hiking and picnicking are some of the recreational activities that can be enjoyed while visiting the areas. There are a number of other recreational areas only a short drive away. In some cases, covered pavilions are available for large gatherings. Pavilions may be reserved by calling the Forest Service at 638-4109, and the fee is $30 per day.

Visitors can find white-water sports and boat-launching sites at nearby rivers and streams. No reservations are needed for U.S. Forest Service campsites. All are on a first-come, first-served basis. Most campgrounds will accommodate tents, trailers and RVs but do not have shower facilities or septic or electrical hookups. Unless otherwise noted, all areas have restrooms, and in some areas, drinking water also is available. The camping area seasons vary according to area, but all trails are open year-round. Unless the trails are marked otherwise, only hikers may use the trails. For adventurous individuals, dispersed camping is allowed unchecked in the Unaka District general forest area of the national forest. The following is a list of U.S. Forest Service recreation areas open to the public. NOTE: Opening and closing dates are

dependent on weather and other factors. fee. The dates listed below are estimated. For From Greeneville, take Tennessee Rt. specific dates contact the local Forest Ser- 107 (Erwin Highway) east six miles to vice office, at (423) 638-4109. Horse Creek Park Road and turn right. It is approximately two miles to the recreHORSE CREEK ation area. Open May 15 to Nov. 1. Horse Creek Recreation Area is at the HOUSTON VALLEY base of Cold Spring Mountain off state Rt. Open May 15 to Oct 1. 107 and provides hiking and trout fishing. Located at the eastern foot of Meadow However, from May 15 to Oct. 15, only Creek Mountain at Gum Springs, the children 12 and under, senior citizens 65 Houston Valley Recreation Area has eight or over and physically challenged individu- campsites, three group picnic units, one als are allowed to fish. There is a limit of pavilion and a grassed volleyball court for two trout. campers. The temperature in this area is generFacilities include drinking water, a pically 15 degrees cooler than in Greeneville. nic shelter, flush toilets, picnic tables and The park has 30 picnic sites and 12 grills. campsites supplied with facilities including There is a $7 per night camping fee and drinking water, flush toilets, showers, a a $30 fee to reserve the pavilion. picnic shelter, tables and grills. For hikers, the Gum Springs Trail leads There is a pavilion rental fee of $30 by PLEASE SEE RECREATION | 115 reservation and a $10 per night camping


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Recreation Starts on Page 114 from Houston Valley to the Meadow Creek fire tower. From Greeneville take Tennessee Rt. 70 South (Asheville Highway) to its intersection with Tennessee Rt. 107. Turn right onto 107 and go eight miles. Look for the campground on the left, just before Burnett Gap. OLD FORGE Open March 15 to Jan. 20. This area, adjoining the Horse Creek Recreation Area, has numerous horse trails. There is limited horse camping available adjacent to the campground, but horses are not permitted in the campground. Other recreation activities available at Old Forge include fishing and swimming in the streams and hiking or horseback riding on the trails. The Appalachian Trail can be accessed by a number of hiking trails. No horses are permitted on the Appalachian Trail. There are 10 walk-in tent campsites located near a waterfall and swimming area. The frigid waters at Old Forge, however, may be too cold for most swimmers, and there is no drinking water available. Facilities include picnic tables, grills and a group gathering site with a fire ring and benches. To get to the area, take Tennessee Rt. 107 (Erwin Highway) east from Greeneville for six miles to Horse Creek Park Road (where the brown sign denotes picnicking, camping etc.); turn right and go two miles to the Horse Creek Recreation Area. Turn right onto the Forest Service Road to the Old

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THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK Forge area and go three miles. The camping fee is $7 per night. PAINT CREEK Open May 15 to Nov. 15. A portion of Paint Creek Trail is presently open. The Little Paint Creek Trail, Paint Mountain Trail and Chimney Rock Trail are located in the Paint Creek Area. The picnic areas along the corridor have been reconstructed. Restrooms are available. Activities include fishing/fly fishing, swimming, biking and hiking. Paint Creek can be reached from Asheville Highway (the turnoff is about 12 miles south of the intersection of the Asheville Highway and West Main Street) or from Houston Valley Road. Follow the signs. The camping fee is $10 per night. ROCK CREEK Open May 15 to Nov. 15. There are 27 fully-accessible camping sites and five double camping sites. There are five less-developed walk-in tent sites. Twenty-three picnic tables are in the day-use area, and there are some group areas. A majority of the day-use area has been reconstructed in recent years. Facilities include three bathhouses with flush toilets, showers and a creekfed swimming area. The bathhouse, constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the early 1940s, has been restored and reopened. Single campsites with electricity are $15 per night. Double sites are $30 per night. Walk-in tent sites are $10 per night. Take Tennessee Rt. 107 (Erwin Highway) to Erwin. From Main Street in Erwin, take state Rt.

395 east for 3.5 miles to Rock Creek Recreational Area. ROUND KNOB Round Knob is not a campground, but it does contain two picnic sites as well as a shelter with two familysized picnic tables, a much larger table and a huge fireplace with firewood. To reach Round Knob, take Tennessee Rt. 350S (Jones Bridge Road) from Greeneville south about six miles to a four-way stop at the Crossroads intersection of Highways 350 and 351. Proceed straight ahead on that road (which becomes Greystone Road) to the Round Knob Picnic Area sign. Turn right on FS (Forest Service) Road 88 and go five miles. ROUND MOUNTAIN Open May 15 to Oct. 1. Fourteen campsites with picnic tables and grills along with a vault toilet make up the facilities at Round Mountain Recreation Area. This is a remote, primitive campground. No water is provided. Visitors may fish in the nearby creek or hike trails that intersect the Appalachian Trail. The area, noted for its scenery, particularly in the fall, has an elevation of 3,100 feet. To reach Round Mountain, take state Rt. 70 South (Asheville Highway) from Greeneville. Turn right on State Rt. 107 and go about 19 miles until the paved road becomes a gravel road. The gravel road will go up Round Mountain for almost six miles. There will be a sign and a paved entrance to the campground. Camping is $7 per night. Call the U.S. Forest Service at 638-4109 or visit the office, at 4900 Asheville Hwy., five miles south of the State Route 70 and U.S. 321 intersection. Online: www. fs.fed.us

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National Forest Has Many Hiking, Biking And Horse Trails Many miles of hiking, biking and horseback riding trails are available in the nearby Cherokee National Forest. More than 100 miles of trails are located in the Unaka Ranger District of the national forest. Many of the trails are located in Greene County. Trails are divided into motorized, multi-use (including equestrian, mountain biking, and hiking trails), and hiking-only trails. They lead to picturesque mountain views, cool streams, colorful trees and waterfalls. Mountain biking and horseback riding is allowed on certain forest trails, forest development roads and some areas behind Forest Service roads closed to motorized vehicles. The following list was provided by the U.S. Forest Service Office at 4900 Asheville Hwy., five miles south of the intersection of Tenn. Hwy. 70S (Asheville Highway) and U.S. Hwy. 321 (Newport Highway). Also available is the National Geographic Trails Map of the French Broad and Nolichucky rivers region in the Cherokee National Forest. The map is on sale for $11.95. The office is open on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. More information is available by calling the U.S. Forest Service at 638-4109 or by going to www. fs.fed.us/r8/cherokee/ Additional maps and written directions to most trails can be obtained at the office. APPALACHIAN TRAIL A 288-mile section of the Appalachian Trail is in Tennessee or along the Tennessee and North Carolina border. This section of the famous hiking trail is rated moderately difficult. The local section begins at the Waterville exit, off Interstate 40 in Cocke County, and follows the Tennessee/North Carolina state line. There are approximately 24 miles of Appalachian Trail in Greene County. The I-40 to Flint Gap section of the trail is about 66 miles

and hikers can see great views from: Snowbird Mountain, Max Patch, Lovers Leap, Camp Creek Bald Firetower, Blackstack Cliffs, Little Firescald Ridge and Cold Spring Mountain. Non-potable (not for drinking) water is available from several streams, including springs at nearby shelters. Water should be boiled, treated, or filtered before use. Access is available from either Round Knob, Horse Creek, Asheville Highway at Allen Gap, Forest Service Road 31 at Hurricane Gap, Camp Creek Bald, and Devil’s Fork Gap (from Flag Pond). For more information, contact the Appalachian Trail Conservancy at 828-254-3708. Each of the following trails has a number. The map, available at the U.S. Forest Service Office, will refer to the trail by the number rather than trail name. OTHER HIKING TRAILS: EASIEST Pete’s Branch Trail (#12): This trail is 1.56 miles, 1-2 hours long. Parking is available at the Horse Creek Picnic Area. To shorten the hike, a four-wheel drive vehicle can drive FDR 94 just past the first creek crossing. Park your vehicle in the parking area and hike the .56 miles to the 45-foot Pete’s Branch Waterfall. Scarlet Oak Trail (#181): This trail is a .2-mile, 30minute-long loop opposite the Horse Creek Recreational Center. Follow signs to Horse Creek Recreation Center, and the entrance to trail is right across from the entrance to the campground. Parking is available at Horse Creek Picnic Area. Sill Branch North (#115): This trail is .5-mile, and 30 to 45 minutes long. To reach the trail, take 11E North to TN Highway 107 and travel east 13.8 miles to Clark Creek Road and turn right. Then travel 3.2 miles to the trailhead on the left. The hike ends at a waterfall.

MODERATE Margarette Falls (#189): Off Shelton Mission Road, this 1.2mile, 1- to-2-hour one-way trail ends at a 50-foot waterfall that is a sight to behold. It is a relatively short trail, but quite rugged in spots with stream crossings that can be challenging during high water. Parking is available at the bottom of the trail. Paint Creek Trail (#10): This is a 2.72 mile, 3-4-hour-long hike. Trail begins beside the bridge crossing Paint Creek before the entrance to the campground. Because of heavy rains in past years, this trail is only partially accessible, and more difficult than before due to missing bridges and the necessity to ford the creeks by foot. Walnut Mountain Trail (#135): The trail begins at Round Mountain Campground, where parking is provided. The 1.8mile, 2-3-hour-long trail ends at its junction with the Appalachian Trail. Squibb Creek Trail (#23): This 1.95-mile, 2-3-hour-long trail begins at a small foot bridge off the off-road-vehicle trail and ends at a 15-foot waterfall. This is a Wilderness Trail which means the trail is maintained at a lower standard. Look closely for the blue blazes. Davis Creek Trail (#19): Beginning at Round Knob Recreation Area, this 2.8-mile, 3-4hour-long trail has several stream crossings and is partly damaged from flooding. It ends at Shelton Mission Road. Little Paint Creek Trail (#11): The trail begins at a parking area on Forest Service Road 31-B. From Greeneville take Asheville Highway south for 11.21 miles then follow signs to Paint Creek Recreation Area. The left fork in that road is 31-B. This 3.03 mile, 4-5-hour-long trail terminates at the Appalachian Trail at Deep Gap. It is located on an old logging railroad bed. Look for signs of railcar wheels and railroad ties. Stone Mountain Trail (#9): Beginning at the cemetery on Hall Top, this is a 6.02-mile, 5-6-

hour hike. Parking is available at the Forest Service gate along Mill Creek, 1.02 miles from Interstate 40 at Hartford in Cocke County and at the cemetery. The lower portion of this trail is now open to horses. Gum Springs Trail (#5): Beginning at Hwy. 107 across from the Houston Area Recreational Center, this is a 1.33-mile, 2-3-hour-long hike. Trail follows a stream and provides access to the Meadow Creek Mountain Trail. Paint Mountain Trail (#7): This 9.48-mile, 7-8-hour-long trail begins at the trailhead parking on Forest Designated Road 209C, one mile beyond Buffalo Rock and Lone Pine Gap out Houston Valley Road. The trail provides several opportunities to vary length. Horses are only allowed on the trail from Chimney Rocks Trail intersection to Lone Pine Gap. DIFFICULT Middle Springs Ridge Trail (#4): This difficult Wilderness Trail is 1.94 miles and takes two to three hours to walk. The trail starts at the left of the .73 milepost of Squibb Creek Trail. It joins with Turkeypen Cove Trail. Wilderness trails are maintained at a lower standard. Look closely for the blue blazes. Turkeypen Cove (#15): Starting at Mile Post .67 on the Squibb Creek Trail and eventually merging with the Middle Spring Ridge Trail, this 1.98-mile Wilderness Trail is 2-3 hours long, and the last section is steep. Large rocks at the left of the trail near Mile Post 1.5 provide a good view of Greeneville and the Nolichucky River Valley. This trail is located in Sampson Mountain Wilderness and is maintained at a lower standard. Look closely for blue blazes. Sarvis Cove Trail (#14): This 2.45-mile, 3-4-hour trail starts just above Horse Creek Recreation area at the milepost .80 on Poplar Cove Trail and goes to the Appalachian Trail at Cold Spring Mountain.

MOUNTAIN BIKING/ HORSES/ HIKING RANKED BY DIFFICULTY EASIEST Doctors Ridge Trail (#194): This 1.13-mile, 1-2-hour-long trail is fairly steep in some areas, but wide and easy to follow. Opposite the entrance to Horse Creek campground, take Old Forge Road 1.9 miles down. On the right is the beginning of the trail. Roadside parking is available on Old Forge Road and at the end of the trail on Greystone Road. MODERATE Little Jennings Creek Trail (#195): This trail begins at Jennings Creek Trail at milepost .10 and extends 1.99 miles, 2-3 hours, where it intersects with Cowbell Hollow Trail. Parking is available at Round Knob and Old Forge recreation areas. Poplar Cove Trail (#22): This trail is 1.43 miles and 2-3 hours long. It has different access points at the Horse Creek Recreation Area off the four-wheel-drive road and at the Old Forge Recreation Area 1.09 miles up the Jennings Creek Trail. Parking is available at both entrances. The trail junctions at milepost .80 with Sarvis Cove Trail and serves as a connector between Horse Creek and Old Forge Recreation Areas. Cowbell Hollow Trail (#24): Beginning at Round Knob Recreation Area, this 1.8-mile, 2-3hour-long trail ends at the junction with Jennings Creek Trail and Poplar Cove Trail. Parking is at Round Knob and Old Forge recreation areas. Jennings Creek Trail (#21): Beginning at Old Forge Recreation Area and ending at the junction with Cowbell Hollow Trail and Poplar Cove Trail, this is a 1.09-mile, 2-3-hour-long trail. Greene Mountain Trail (#13): Starting on Greene Mountain Road and ending on Kennedy Cabin Road, this trail has roadside parking at both ends. This 3.65-mile, 4-5-hour-long trail has some steep parts. PLEASE SEE TRAILS | 118


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Trails Starts on Page 116 Chimney Rocks Trail (#154): This 2.4-mile trail, which takes four to five hours to travel, begins at Weaver’s Bend Road or can be joined at its intersection with Paint Mountain Trail. The trail starts at the parking area on FDR 209C (just before crossing the railroad tracks on Weaver Bend). DIFFICULT Meadow Creek Mountain Trail (#6): This 14.8 mile, 14-15-hour-long trail begins at the trail head in Greene County off County Road 1342 (Cedar Creek

Road) and ends at County Road 2576 (Long Creek Road) in Cocke County. Parking is available at the beginning of the trail. Primitive campsites (pack it in/pack it out) can be found along the trail. Trail is difficult for horses because of its steep and narrow sections. Bullen Hollow (#2): Off Shelton Mission Road this 2.68 mile, 3.5-to-4.5 hours long hike has an elevation change of almost 2,000 feet. The trail begins at Bullen Hollow trailhead and ends at Low Gap on Bald Mountain, also known as Viking Mountain. OTHER TRAIL OPPORTUNITIES Halltop Area: This includes Forest Service

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challenging biking for any skill level. Meadow Creek Mountain Fire Tower Area: This area can be reached off Houston Valley Road, a mile past Houston Valley Recreation Area. Mountain biking is allowed on Forest Service Road 404, Meadow Creek Mountain Fire Tower Road, the Meadow Creek Trail, Gum Springs Trail, and Gum Springs Connector. Lone Pine Gap Area: A parking area at Lone Pine Gap takes you to Paint Mountain and Chimney Rock Trail. Both these trails begin beside Pine Springs Church on Paint Mountain Road off Houston Valley Road. Hurricane Gap Area:

Biking areas include Hurricane Gap Road, Shad Road and Rough Branch Road. To reach Hurricane Gap, take the opposite fork from Little Paint Creek Trail, on the Paint Creek Road. Greene Mountain Area: Roads open to bikes are Greene Mountain Road, Camp Creek Bald Road and Forest Service Road 93. Horse Creek Area: Also includes Doctors Ridge Trail, Poplar Cove Trail, Cowbell Hollow Trail, and Horse Creek 4-wheel drive road. Round Knob Area: Bicyclists are allowed on Round Knob Road, Little Jennings Creek Road, Round Knob 4-wheel drive trail, and Jennings Creek Trail.

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UT Center Leads In Agriculture, Serves As Official Weather Site T he University of Ten nessee AgResearch and Education Center at Greeneville has been one of the state’s leading agricultural research facilities since its establishment in 1932. The facility has led in the research and development of disease-resistant burley tobacco varieties and improved production practices. Other research at the center has contr ibuted to f ield-crop variety testing, beef cattle production, and vegetable/specialty crops production. The center also conducts research in forage variety. The center is about five miles south of Greeneville at 2255 East Allens Bridge Road, between the Asheville Highway and the Old Asheville Highway. COUNTY’S WEATHER SITE The AgResearch and Education Center has been an official weather observation site for the National Weather Service since 1932. Daily recordings of temperature and precipitation serve as the official weather observations for the National Weather Service in Greene County. Daily weather observations include high and low temperature, 24-hour wind movement , evap orat ion, amount of precipitation and the tracking of air and soil conditions. Daily precipitation is recorded from 7 a.m. to 7 a.m. the next morning. The center is one of 10 research and education centers across the state that are part of the University of Tennessee AgResearch system. The center is a working production laboratory for scientists and students and also provides educational tours and meetings for the public. TOBACCO DEVELOPMENT The development of burley tobacco varieties at the Greene County center has increased family farm incomes in the United States through resistance to tobacco plant

diseases a nd improved tobacco yield. For example, Burley 21, developed at the center and released to growers in 1960, was the f irst to have resistance to wildf ire, while TN 86, released in 1986, was the f irst commercially-available variety with resistance to tobacco vein mottling and tobacco etch viruses. About 80 percent of all commercial varieties in the world have breeding material in their parentage that was developed in Greene County. Varieties released through the breeding program such as TN90, KT200, KT204, and KT206 account for approximately 70 percent of the burley produced in the United States. Current work in tobacco genetics is focused on developing resistance to black shank and blue mold. Other work in burley production systems has led to reduced labor and production costs through lower f ield plant populations and improved housing, curing and market preparation. Ongoing studies are investigating potential labor savings associated with baling cured leaf in large 550 -pound bales versus the traditional 80 -pound bales. ACCOMPLISHMENTS Contr ibutions also have been made in fer tility, chemical and nonchemical plant pest control, conser vation tillage, growth regulators, and topping practices. The local center’s research has also led to improvements in other ag ricultural enterprises such as beef cattle production, hay, silage and pastures. Recent studies in beef cattle have focused on developing synchronization protocols for breeding replacement heifers. R ob Ellis is director of the AgResearch and Education Center at Greeneville. For information, call (423) 638-6532. Website: greeneville.tennessee.edu

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Greene County Fair Attracts Large Crowds Each August The Greene County Fair, now in its 64th year, is held for six days and nights, Monday through Saturday, in early August. In 2013, attendance was 29,217. The county fair emphasizes agriculture, but also provides various kinds of entertainment including name entertainers, demolition derbies and ATV races in an outdoor arena; local gospel groups; arts, crafts and sewing exhibits; canning and baking; beauty contests; talent contests; and exhibits of commercial development in Greene County. The fair features up-and-coming music artists. Most recently, country group Love and Theft was featured in 2012. Country singer Easton Corbin was featured in 2011. In years past, artists such as Kenny Chesney, Tracy Lawrence, Ken Mellons and Josh Turner have performed.

The Greene County Fair, located off Fairgrounds Road, had its foundation in the Farmers and Mechanics Association Fair that began in 1870. The main goal of that organization was to showcase the county’s agricultural endeavors. In 1949, the present Greene County Fair Association was founded. The main founders were a large group of people who had returned home from World War II and were seeking to get more involved in community activities. The county fair is a place to meet friends, see how the agricultural community is doing and have some family fun. A variety of food is available at church-operated open-air restaurants and concession stands. For more information, go online at www.greenecountyfair.com or contact the office at 638-2521.

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ty School System has Extended School Programs at Doak, DeBusk, Mosheim, and Chuckey elementary schools. Hours for Doak and Mosheim are 6 to 7:30 a.m. before school and 3 to 6 p.m. after school. DeBusk and Chuckey operate an after-school program from 3 to 6 p.m. during the school year. D u r i ng su m mer months, school-year vacations, administrative days and snow days, the Doak and Mosheim ESP program operate from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. During the summer, the DeBusk ESP operates from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. The county’s ESP program is open to all children ages five to 14 years old who attend county schools and are enrolled in the program. There are set fees for these programs. For more information, call Yhona Jones, director of ESP for Greene County Schools, at 6394194 or e-mail her at jonesy@greenek12.org County and city school systems also offer prekindergarten programs. They are listed below.

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Local Media Include The Greeneville Sun, Four Local Radio Stations The community’s mixture of locally-based information and entertainment sources include a daily newspaper, four radio stations, and two websites affiliated directly with local news organizations. THE GREENEVILLE SUN Now in its 135th year, The Greeneville Sun publishes this county’s hometown newspaper Monday through Saturday, and reaches all of Greene County, along with some areas of Washington, Cocke and Hawkins counties. The most recent information estimates the Sun’s print readership at approximately 27,482 people, Monday through Friday, and at approximately 29,770 on Saturday-Sunday. The Sun has a market penetration rate (number of papers sold as a percentage of households) of 50 percent of Greene County’s households Monday through Friday, and 54 percent on Saturday-Sunday, based on 2010 U.S. Census Bureau statistics, which is one of the highest rates in the state. The newspaper strongly emphasizes local news, sports, photos and features produced by the Sun’s award-winning staff. The paper also combines its local coverage with highinterest state, national and

international news and sports from The Associated Press, plus popular features from national feature syndicates. The Greeneville Sun is the primary source of advertising information for the local retail market, as well as the leader in classified advertising. The Sun also offers offset newspaper printing for various schools, businesses, organizations and periodicals. Convenient home delivery can be started by calling 423638-4182.

Sun.com The Sun’s e-Edition is a free service to individuals who subscribe to the newspaper’s print edition six days per week. These individuals may visit GreenevilleSun.com/e-Edition to view the print edition online, exactly as the newspaper appears in print. E-Edition-only subscriptions are available to most out-of-county residents for a fee. For more information about the e-Edition, call 423-638-4182 or send e-mail to e-Edition@GreenevilleSun. com GREENEVILLESUN.COM The Sun’s companion website, GreenevilleSun.com is the GreenevilleMarketplace.com, promost-visited local website in vides local information on more Greene County. than 2,000 local businesses. Visitors view more than a million pages on GreenevilleSun. HIGH ROAD DIGITAL com every month, according to Established in 2013, High Road reports from Google Analytics. Digital (HRD) is a Greeneville-based The website features news, marketing agency that specializes in sports, obituaries and other digital marketing and advertising information from The Greeneville services. Sun, as well as news videos, Key services include Facebook and photo galleries, advertising and social media management, online other unique content such as reputation management, website detailed breaking news during design, search engine optimization, times of emergency and when video production, email marketing major news occurs. and targeted online advertising. To advertise on GreenevHRD is part of Jones Media illeSun.com, businesses can Inc., the parent company of The contact Online Director Brian Greeneville Sun. Cutshall at 423-359-3109 or To learn more, please call Josh Brian.Cutsha l l @ Greeneville- Shores at 423-359-3118 or send email

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WSMG also carries Tusculum College football and basketball games, broadcasts select NASCAR races and does other local sports broadcasts. The station, owned by Radio Greeneville, Inc., may be reached at 423-638-3188. WIKQ-FM Found at 103.1 on the FM dial, WIKQ is a 6,000-watt station. It broadcasts local high school football and basketball games and plays modern country music. A scoreboard show is on air before, during, and after broadcasts of football games on Friday nights. WIKQ also is part of the Vols Network, and broadcasts the University of Tennessee’s football games and men’s basketball games. The station, which, like WGRV and WSMG, is owned by Radio Greeneville, may be reached at 423-639-1831.

GREENEVILLE.COM WGRV-AM, owned by Radio Greeneville, has a news, sports and weather website on the Greeneville.com website, which is separately owned. News is uploaded daily by the station and can be viewed at the web address www.greeneville. com The telephone number for the WGRV website is the same as that TRUTH FM 91.1 Truth FM 91.1, owned by Calfor the station, 423-638-4147. vary Chapel Greeneville, is a Christian FM station which WSMG-AM At 1450 on the AM dial, WSMG broadcasts with 17,000 watts. The station primarily feaoperates at 1,000 watts. The station plays oldies from the tures teaching from that church 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s and and other ministries across the features local news coverage country, along with contemporary Christian music. and sports programming.

Local Real Estate Firms, Auction Companies Listed Many real estate brokers and auction companies and a number of agents serve the community. “Realtor” is a title reserved for individuals who have met the qualifications required by the National Association of Realtors, and who belong to their local and state associations of Realtors, as well as to the national organization. Realtors from Greeneville and the Tri-Cities are members of the Northeast Tennessee Association of Realtors (NETAR). More information

is available at 477-0040. The following are real estate firms in Greene County whose licensed brokers are Realtors:

Accurate Realty Inc. 132 W. Depot St. 787-0001 Fax: 787-0770 www.samariley.com

Carter Real Estate & www.cbarg1.com Auction Co. 444 E. Bernard Ave. Crow’s Nest Auctions 639-7856 4655 Snapps Ferry Rd., www.carterrealtyco.com Afton C.L.A.S.S.: Classic 787-1028 A Cut Above Real Action Real Estate Land & Auction SerCentury 21 Legacy East Tennessee Realty Estate & Auction Co. 67 Mt. Pleasant Road vice Specialists 2040 E. Andrew Johnson Services/ Real Estate & Auc1007 W. Main St. 638-2732 140 W. Bernard Ave. Hwy. tion Co. 638-5878 Fax: 639-9244 Suite 1 639-6781 840 Bandy Road 552-1427 (cell) www.actionrealestate. 639-0881 Fax: 639-0851 639-6395 www.acutabovereales- info www.classauction.us www.MyC21Legacy.com www.etrs.us tateandauction.com Brothers Real Estate & Auction Co. Carl Garber Realtors/ Coldwell Banker AssociGREAT: Greeneville Real ABI Realty 819 W. Church St. Appraisals ated Realty Group PLEASE SEE REAL ESTATE | 127 1244 Kiser Blvd. 798-9400 149 Indian Hills Drive 1134 Tusculum Blvd. 639-8666 www.thebrothersrealty.com 639-4151 639-6116 Bryant Realty 445 Dixie Road 639-6818


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Funeral Home Guide “Our family serving your family since 1982”

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1 Municipal, 3 Regional Airports Provide Service In The Region Several airports serve the region. Private aircraft service and cargo shipping are provided by the Greeneville Municipal Airport, operated by the Greeneville-Greene County Airport Authority. Commercial airlines f ly from these three airports in the region: • Tri-Cities Regional A irport Tennessee / Virginia, located near Blountville at the center of the Kingsport, Bristol and Johnson City triangle; • McGhee Tyson Air-

port in Knoxville; and • Asheville Regional Airport in Asheville, N.C. Tri-Cities Airport is a 45- to 60-minute drive from Greeneville, while the Knoxville and Asheville airports are at least 75 to 90 minutes away. GREENEVILLE-GREENE COUNTY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT Location: 246 Airport Road Phone: 639-6275 Website: www.greenevilleaviation.com T he Greenev ille Greene County Munici-

pal Airport (airport identifier: GCY) serves an average of four corporate aircraft per day. Among the more active corporate users of the airport are Landair Transport, Forward Air Corporation, Parker, Walmart, DTR Tennessee, Austin Powder Company, US Nitrogen, A ngus Palm, Miller Industries, and John Deere Power Products. T he air por t has completed the majority of a runway project, although a portion of the drainage and landscape system is still

incomplete. The airport now has 66 T-hangars. Greeneville Aviation Services is the airport’s fixed-base operator. TRI-CITIES REGIONAL AIRPORT TN/VA Location: 2525 Hwy. 75 Blountville, TN 37617 (Just off Interstate 81, exit 63) Phone : (423) 325 6000 Website : w w w.tr if light.com Tri- Cities Reg ional Airport TN/ VA (TRI) is a full-service com-

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traffic, the airport is also home to two regional jet maintenance facilities. The Tennessee Air National Guard’s 134th Air Refueling Group operates out of McGhee Tyson Airport. McGhee Tyson Airport offers long-term, shortterm and economy parking; full-service dining; a food court that includes a Starbucks; a bookstore; and a gift shop. McGhee Tyson Airport is located near Knoxville. From I-40 West, the airport is located off exit 386B (approximately 12 miles from the exit ramp). ASHEVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT Location: 61 Terminal Drive Fletcher, N.C. 28732 Phone: Authority Offices (828) 684-2226; Guest Services (828) 209-3660 Website: www.flyavl. com The Asheville (N.C.) Regional Airport (AVL) is served by four commercial air carriers: Allegiant Air, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, and US Airways. The terminal building opens at 4:30 a.m. and closes after the last flight of the day arrives. The airfield is open 24 hours a day. AVL provides approximately 30 commercial flights per day with nonstop flights to nine hubs: Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Newark, New York City, Orlando and Philadelphia. The Asheville Regional Airport has an 8,001foot runway. It is located 15 miles south of downtown Asheville, N.C., at exit 40 off Interstate 26.


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Many Apartments And Other Rental Properties Are Available Many rental apartments are available in Greeneville and Greene County. Listed below are local businesses that rent two or more separate units, as well as subsidized housing. Also listed are some condominium units that allow purchases as well as rentals. Though the list has been made as complete as possible, there may be other local properties of two or more rental units whose names were not available for listing. There also are a number of individuals who rent houses and apartments on an occasional basis, and some real estate brokers who manage rentals. Checking the “Houses for Rent,” “Apartments for Rent” and “Mobile Home Rentals” categories in The Greeneville Sun classified advertising section can be helpful. Going to www.GreenevilleSun.com and clicking “classifieds” is another valuable resource. APARTMENTS Alpine Apartments 816 Carolina Drive 639-1553 Ambassador Arms 300 Crestview Drive 798-0164

Bowers Duplex 1907 A & 1907 B Overlook Drive 638-5539

Cedar Crest ApartHidden Oaks ApartLittle Forest Apartments ments ments 204 W. Bernard Ave. 798-0164 Cedar Wood Apartments 2492 Buckingham Road 638-6439 Century 21 Over 50 homes/apartments available throughout Greene County 639-6781 or call Brian McAmis 747-6833 or go to www. brianmcamis.com Country Oaks Apartments 120 Hartshaw Drive 639-0843 Apart-

Baileyton Apartments 7600 Horton Highway 234-6614

Blue Springs Village 2995 Blue Springs Parkway 798-8880

DT&J Quadplex 454 Britton Ave. 798-0164 Earl Apartments 800 Crestview Drive 552-5195

70 Dotson Pike, Mosheim Management 422-4569 Haney Alley 798-0164 (day) LuRuth Apartments 972-6169 (night) 310 Tusculum Blvd. 798-0164 Pine Ridge Apartments Mountain View Apart100 W. Barton Ridge ments Road 101 W. Barton Ridge 329-2083 Road 470-0953 Plaza Towers Apartments Mt. Bethel Duplex (62 years or older; or 505 Mt. Bethel Road mobility impaired) 798-0164 224 Thornwood Drive 639-4044 Parkway Apartments 3463 Blue Springs Pkwy Royals West Town620-8500 houses Parrish

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Real Estate Starts on Page 122 Estate Auction Team 431E.BernardAvenue,Suite2 525-5341 www.greenevilleteam.com Greene County Land & Auction Co. 400N.IrishSt. 639-5231 Fax:636-1331 w w w.g reenecountylandandauction.com Guy Jones Agency 428 E. Bernard Ave. Suite 2 470-1574 or 422-4633 Hometown Realty 514 Tusculum Blvd. 639-2345 Fax: 639-2387 www.hometownofgreeneville. com Jerry Hall Inc. Realtors & Auctioneers 204 Sunset Drive, Johnson City 639-7162 www.jerryhall.remax-tennessee.com/ Newton & Associates Real Estate 114 S. Irish St. 639-1180 Parrish Property Management 1105 Tusculum Blvd. Suite 7 798-0164 Fax: 638-2061 www.parrishpropertynow. com

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Preferred Property of East TN 1230 Snapps Ferry Rd. 783-0051 Fax: 783-0024 www.preferredpropertieseasttn.com Realty Executive East TN Realtors 827 Tusculum Blvd. 639-3465 Fax: 639-3484 w w w. g r e e n e v i l l e homes.com Southern Pride Realty 1104 Tusculum Blvd., Suite 314 639-1200 www.southernpriderealty.com Sunbridge Realty 3509 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy 639-9050 Fax: 639-9052 w w w. r e a l e s t a t e i n greeneville.com Volunteer Realty & Auction Co. 104 E. Jackson Blvd., Suite 7 Jonesborough 37659 753-2000 www.volunteerrealtytn.com Wanda Gibson Real Estate 92 Sam Doak Drive 787-7700 Warner Realty Co. 522 Justis Drive 639-7653 Fax:639-2344 www.warnerrealtyco.com

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Nine Financial Institutions Serve This Community There are nine financial institutions BANK OF AMERICA operating in Greeneville. Phone: 636-6340 Following is a summary of basic Website: www.bankofamerica.com information on the eight banks and one Main office: Headquarters in Charlotte, major credit union in business here. N.C. Local branch: 1545 E. Andrew Johnson AMERICAN PATRIOT BANK Hwy. (U.S. 11E).; An ATM is located at 212 Phone: (423) 636-1555 Asheville Hwy. Website: www.americanpatriotbank. 2013 assets: $2.3 trillion com Summary: Bank of America is the Main office: 3095 E. Andrew John- nation’s largest bank in a number of categoson Hwy. ries. Joe Orlando is the market executive. Branches: Greeneville: 208 W. Sum- Alan Pickle is the banking center’s manager mer St. in Greeneville. 2013 assets: approximately $83 million BB&T Summary: American Patriot Bank is Phone: 639-2273 a locally owned and operated financial Website: www.bbt.com institution that offers a full range of finanMain office: Branch Banking & Trust cial services and products from checking — East Tennessee Region has its headquarand savings to mortgages and loans. ATMs ters in Knoxville. are available at all locations. Branches: Its Greene County branch is at Wendy C. Warner is Chairman of the 1604 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Board. Randy Hall is President and 2013 assets: $179 billion CEO. Summary: Missy Wallen is the bank’s regional president. Danielle Powelczyk is ANDREW JOHNSON BANK the financial center leader of the bank’s Phone: (423) 783-1000 local office. Website: www.andrewjohnsonbank. com CAPITAL BANK Main office: 124 N. Main St. Phone: 639-5111 Branches: In Greeneville: 124 Main Website: www.capitalbank-us.com Street (main office); 1660 E. Andrew Main Greeneville office: 100 North Johnson Hwy., (U.S. 11E); 1102 West Main St. Main St. (Southwest Branch); in Branches: In Greene County: 841 Johnson City: 3300 Browns Mill Rd.; Tusculum Blvd., 503 Asheville Hwy., in Morristown: 435 W. First North 3015 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy., 17 St.; in Jonesborough: 1551 E. Jackson North Spring Street. (Mosheim), 255 Blvd; in Cleveland, TN: 555 North West Summer St., 560 Van Hill Rd. Ocoee Street. (Baileyton); many other locations in 2013 assets: $280 million Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina, Summary: Bill Hickerson is president South Carolina, and Florida. and CEO of this locally owned bank. ATMs 2013 assets: assets of $7.3 billion are accessible at all branches. Summary: Lloyd “Monty” Montgomery is the head of commercial banking

Rental Starts on Page 125 7040 Blue Springs Pkwy. Mosheim 639-8538 (day) 639-7997 (night) Round Table Office Complex Executive

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600 Crestview Dr. 411 Church St. 747-6368

Safe Harbour Properties Skyview Apartments 104 Skyview Drive

Suburban Terrace Apartments 4825 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. 638-7070

Pinecrest Apartments 204, 206, & 208 Pinecrest Dr.

Timbers East Condominiums/House Rentals four rentals, off Hickory

for East Tennessee. Larry Lovelace Summary: ATMs are located at heads commercial banking for Middle all financial centers as well as the Tennessee. Wa lma r t Distr ibution Center in M idway, the R oadr u n ner conve CONSUMER CREDIT UNION nience store in Ba iley ton a nd a Phone: 639-6131 R oadr u n ner convenience store at Website: www.consumercreditunion. 225 E. A ndrew Joh nson Hw y. in com Greenev ille. Main office: 3634 E. Andrew JohnF i r st Ten ne sse e is pa r t of a son Hwy. Memph i s - b a s e d F i r s t Hor i z on Branches: Greeneville: 1115 Myers Nationa l Cor poration’s fa mily of St., 331 CCU Blvd. (ATM only); companies. Mosheim: 9175 W. Andrew Johnson Tony Nix, president of First TenHwy.; Johnson City: 516 W. Oakland nessee-Greeneville, heads the bank’s Ave., 1919 N. Roan Street; Morristown: local offices. 4005 East Morris Boulevard, 4918 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy.; other branches GREENEVILLE FEDERAL BANK are located in Jefferson City. Phone: 638-4154 2013 assets: $283 million Website: www.greenevillefederalSummary: Consumer Credit Union bank.com is the second-largest credit union in Main office: 101 W. Summer St. Northeast Tennessee. It is a commuBranches: 903 Tusculum Blvd. and nity-chartered credit union serving 2305 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Each Claiborne, Cocke, Hamblen, Hancock, location offers 24-hour ATMs. At 130 Jefferson, Greene and Sullivan coun- W. Summer St., it is drive-through ties, along with Johnson City. only. CCU has six ATMs in Greene County. 2013 assets: $173 million CCU provides most services that are Summary: This is a locally owned, offered by banks, including commercial full-service financial institution. real estate lending though not other Brandon Hull is the bank’s president commercial lending. and CEO. Sam Miller is CCU’s president. HERITAGE COMMUNITY BANK FIRST TENNESSEE BANK Phone: 636-5000 Phone: 798-2200 Website: www.hcbonline.us Website: www.firsttennessee.com Main office: 114 West Church St. Main office: 2841 E. Andrew JohnBranches: 3626 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. son Hwy., and 1435 Hwy. 70. Branches : Mosheim: 8151 W. 2013 assets: $121 million Andrew Johnson Hwy.; Greeneville: Summary: Locations offer full-ser206 N. Main Street. vice banking and drive-up ATMs. 2013 Assets: Assets of First Hori- Walter Johnson is the bank’s chairzon National Corporation, First Ten- man. Carl T. “Tommy” Burns is the nessee’s parent company, are $25.5 president and CEO. billion. Drive Mark Williams, at Century 21 639-6781 552-5303 Town House Apartments 459 E. Bernard Ave. 638-6751 Tusculum View 262 South Rufe Taylor

Road 620-1788 Twin Oaks Village 1120 Arnold Road 639-5731 SUBSIDIZED HOUSING Greeneville Terrace Apartments 406 Elk St. 639-5291

Greeneville Landing Apartments (residents over 62 years, disabled, handicapped) 1100 Light St. 638-8190 Also, the Greeneville Housing Authority (GHA) administers public housing units based on need and limited availability. Call the GHA at 6383111.


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Day-Care Starts on Page 121 257-2108 1605 Chuckey Hwy. Chuckey, 37641 Doak Elementary School age 4 years 638-3197 70 West St. Greeneville, 37745 DeBusk Elementary School age 4 years 638-7233 740 DeBusk Road Greeneville, 37743 McDonald Elementary School age 4 years 235-5406 8120 McDonald Rd. Mohawk, 37810 Mosheim School

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Greene Technology Center Ages 3 and 4 years 1121 Hal Henard Rd. 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Nolachuckey Elementary School age 4 years 639-7731 565 Nolachuckey Road Greeneville, 37743 Ottway Elementary School age 4 years 234-8511 2705 Ottway Rd. Greeneville, 37743 West Pines Elementary School age 4 years 234-8022 3500 West Pines Rd. Greeneville, 37745 GREENEVILLE SCHOOLS PRE-K Latasha Keller, preschool social worker 638-1083

EastView Elementary School 4 years 454 E. Bernard Ave. 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Hal Henard Elementary School 4 years 425 E. Vann Rd. 8 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Tusculum View Elementary School 4 years 1725 Lafayette St. 7:45 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Highland Elementary School Ages 3 and 4 years 208 North Highland Ave. 7:45 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

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A Wide Variety Of Industries Call Greene County Home A large number of industries make their home in Greene County. The exact number depends on whether some local companies whose role is closely related to manufacturing are defined as “industries” or as “service” companies. In the list that follows, such companies have been included along with firms which actually manufacture products. Greene County’s manufacturers are:

American Calendar Company Location: 101 Elm St. Phone: 359-2000 Website: www.americancalendar.com Leadership: John H. Kilday III, president Employment: 50 Summary: The county’s oldest locally-owned industry, American Calendar Co., was founded in 1876. American Calendar Co. is engaged in a variety of printing and publishing activities, including calendars, printed sportswear, advertising specialties

and promotional products. Its hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Tennessee Adworks distributes all types of promotional products for a wide variety of client needs. American Greetings Location: 101 American Road, Afton Phone: 639-7878 Website: www.corporate.americangreetings. com Leadership: Scott Crawford, plant manager Employment: 550 Summary: American

Greetings Corporation, based in Cleveland, Ohio, operates a one-millionsquare-foot facility located on American Road in Afton. The firm makes printing and packaging gift wrap; extruding, converting and packaging ribbon; and packaging convenience wrap, which includes gift trims and other related items. Angus-Palm Industries Location: 115 Terry Leonard Drive, Hardin Industrial Complex Phone: 798-2420

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Website: www.anguspalm.com Leadership: Brad Ramly, general manager Employment: 375 Summary: The company is a manufacturer of roll-over protective structures (ROPS) and operator cabs for equipment used in construction, mining, agriculture and material-handling work. Angus-Palm, with headquarters in Watertown, S.D., is a Worthington Industries company. Worthington Industries is based in Columbus, Ohio. Artistic Printers Location: 2475 Snapps Ferry Road Phone: 639-4316 Website: www.artisticprinters.net Leadership: Lisa and Terry Webb, owners Employment: 5 Summary: Artistic Printers produces letterheads, envelopes, business cards, brochures, business forms, handbooks, manuals, programs, NCR carbonless products, church bulletins, invitations and fullcolor printing for industrial, commercial and personal use. BTL Industries Inc. Location: 1607 Industrial Road Phone: 638-6171 Leadership: Terry Leonard, CEO; Watson Leonard, president; Mike Letts, plant manager Employment: 80 Summary: BTL, a locally-owned company, began operations in 1989 and makes transformer parts. Blair Composites Location: 790 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy.

Phone: 638-5847 Website: blaircompositesllc.com Leadership: Michael Carlton Employment: 60 Summary: The company specializes in the manufacture of Fiberglas, graphite, and composite products. Bossard North America Location: 1550 Industrial Road Phone: 639-6660 Website : w w w. bossard.com Leadership: Daniel Tyler, warehouse manager Employment: 10 Summary: Bossard is engaged in the global procurement and sale of every type of fastening element. Bossard also provides engineering and logistical services associated with these products. Brenntag Mid-South Location: 355 Pottertown Road at Midway Phone: 422-1673 Website : w w w. brenntagmid-south.com Leadership: Gary Critser, sales manager Employment: 10 Summary: Brenntag started its distribution in 1947. The company distributes various industrial chemicals and reagent grade chemicals. The slogan used by Brenntag is “world wide leader in chemical production.” Brown’s Heirlooms In Wood Location: 125 Brown Circle Phone: 638-3679 PLEASE SEE INDUSTRIES | 131


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Industries Starts on Page 130 Leadership: Roger Brown, owner and manager Employment: 4 Summary: Brown’s Heirlooms in Wood, a locally-owned business, specializes in customdesigned furniture, architectural millwork, church and memorial furnishings, antique restoration and office and custom cabinets in a variety of domestic and imported woods. rtbrown @ centurylink. net Consolidated Electrical Distributors Location: 1623 Industrial Road Phone: 639-4148 Leadership: Wilma Shipley, manager Employment: 3 Summary: CED is an electrical supply distributor for several East Tennessee counties. C & C Millwright Maintenance Co. Inc. Location: 311 Old Knoxville Highway Phone: 639-0131 Website: www.ccmillwright.com Leadership: Jimmy Cansler, owner and CEO; Jerry Fortner, president; Fred Blake, general manager and vice-president Employment: 100 Summary: C&C, established in 1973, is a locally-owned company that specializes in installation of heavy equipment and installation of services for the equipment industry (electrical, piping, etc.). It also rents equipment and does steel fabrication, excavation and concrete foundation work.

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C-E Minerals Teco Plant Location: 1625 Snapps Ferry Road with its corporate headquarters in Roswell, Ga. Phone: 639-6891 Website: www.ceminerals.com Leadership : Jim Perry, operations manager Employment: 67 Summary: The plant is a subsidiary of C-E Minerals, which is itself a wholly-owned subsidiary of Imerys, based in Paris, France. C-E Minerals manufactures fused silica in a variety of grains and sizes. CVN Vooner Paper Machinery Location: 475 T. Elmer Cox Drive Phone: 638-2211 Website: www.cvnvooner.com Leadership: Chuck Wunner, president; Randy Broce, vice president Employment: 26 Summary: CVN has been a Greeneville business since 1984. CVN Vooner, a Vooner FloGard Company, specializes in water-removal and water-management equipment and systems for the pulp and paper industry. Crown Tonka WalkIns Location: 140 T. Elmer Cox Drive Phone: 638-8565 Leadership: Larry Gothard, plant manager Employment: 120 Summary: Crown Tonka Walk-ins is a manufacturer of custom walk-in coolers and freezers for the supermarket, PLEASE SEE INDUSTRIES | 134

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David L. Leonard Edward L. Kershaw Brent Hensley Lindsey Lane

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Industries Starts on Page 131 convenience store and food service industries. The plant is a division of Crown Fixtures Inc., of Minneapolis, Minn. DTR Tennessee Inc. Location: 199 Pottertown Road, Midway Phone: 422-4454 Leadership: Tetsu Matsui, president and chief executive officer. Employment: DTR employs 625 associates in Greene County, and DTR has a second facility located at Tazewell in Claiborne County, which employs 350 associates. Summary: DTR is a manufacturer of automobile anti-vibration rubber products, fuel hoses and precision-molded rubber products. DTR Tennessee, Inc. is owned by TRI U.S.A., a holding company controlled by Tokai Rubber Industries Ltd., of Japan. Delfasco Location: 1945 Scotts Farm Road, Afton Phone: 639-6191 Website: www.delfasco.com Leadership: Randy Shipley, plant superintendent Employment: 100 Summary: Delfasco has been a fabricator of metal products since 1977 in its 86,000 square-foot facility. Delfasco specializes in metal fabrication, with products such as practice bombs for the U.S. Air Force and Navy, ordnance containers for the U.S. Army and Marines, and suspension lugs for bombs, rockets and missiles. The Donaldson Company Location: 115 Rock-

well Drive Phone: 639-4154 Leadership: Tom Carlson, plant manager Employment: 163 Summary: Donaldson is a manufacturer of engine and industrial filtration systems and replacement filters for engines, industrial and commercial equipment. The companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s headquarters is in Minneapolis, Minn. East Tennessee Forest Products Inc. Location: 945 Pottertown Road in the Midway-Mosheim area Phone: 422-7134 Leadership: Elliott Stott, president Employment: 40 Summary: The company specializes in wholesale distribution of Wolmanized pressure-treated lumber and southern yellow pine in grades 1 and 2. The company is also a manufacturer of industrial crating, packaging lumber (cut to size), pallet products and dry pine shavings. East Tennessee Manufacturing Services Inc. Location : 2455 Snapps Ferry Road Phone: 639-5759 Website: www.etmserv.xtn.net Leadership: Tim Van Horn, president Employment: 20 Summary: East Tennessee Manufacturing Services is a tool and die maker with ultrasonic washing capabilities. It also serves in welding and fabricating. Endot Industries Inc. Tennessee Location: 400 Bohannon Ave., with its corporate headquarters in Rockaway, N.J. Phone: 639-8241

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Website: www.endot. com Leadership: Jennifer Marin, president (N.J.); Larry Hicks, operations manager Employment: 30 Summary: Endot has been manufacturing pipe for more than 30 years and currently produces polyethylene pipe for water and natural gas transmission. Greeneville Foundry & Welding Co. Location: 102 Leming St. Phone: 638-5752 Leadership: Kathy Caraway Employment: 3 S u m m a r y : Greeneville Foundry & Welding was founded in 1946 by Ross and Lunell Collins. The Foundry is a privately-owned company that sells new steel products in full length, such as angles, channels, expanded metals, flat strips, pipe, round and square solids, square and rectangular tubings, rebar, sheet metal, and plate steel. Greeneville Foundry & Welding Company welcomes inquiries from individual customers, businesses and industries. Greeneville Iron & Metals Inc. Location: 315 Old Stage Road Phone: 639-1562 Leadership: Jeff Collins, president Employment: 15 S u m m a r y : Greeneville Iron & Metals Inc. began operations in 1958. The company is a scrap-metal dealer and processor for all types of metals and cardboard. Its recycling customers are both commercial accounts and customers who deliver material to the facility. It has trucks and roll-off containers

available for use at the larger industries. It has a Norfolk Southern sidetrack and offers the sale of used steel, such as angles, channels, rounds, squares, rebar, pipe and used equipment, to individuals and manufacturers. Greeneville Machine & Iron Works Inc. Location: 600 W. Irish St. Phone: 639-4178 Leadership: Willis Bowman, president; Lisa Bowman Anderson, vice president Employment: 11 S u m m a r y : Greeneville Machine & Iron Works is a locally-owned steel fabrication plant with a steel warehouse on West Irish Street. Greeneville Publishing Co. Location: 121 W. Summer St. Phone: (423) 6384181 Website: www.greenevillesun.com Leadership : The Greeneville Sun is headed by John M. Jones Sr., publisher; Gregg K. Jones, co-publisher; John M. Jones Jr., editor; and Steven K. Harbison, general manager. The newspaper is owned by Jones Media, Inc. Employment: 62 S u m m a r y : Greeneville Publishing Co. is the parent company of The Greeneville Sun, a daily newspaper serving an estimated 27,262 print readers Monday-Friday, and an estimated 29,706 print readers on SaturdaySunday. The paper serves all of Greene County as well as some areas of Washington, Cocke and Hawkins counties. Publications include this Guidebook, TV Week

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less steel, aluminum, duct work, metal sales, air pollution control and industrial paint systems.

Greeneville Wood & Pallet Co. Location: 105 McMillan Road, Mosheim Phone: 422-6477 Leadership: Vere Lambert, owner and president Employment: 22 S u m m a r y : Greeneville Wood & Pallet Co. is a locally owned company, established in 1978, that builds wooden pallets, boxes and crates, recycles wood and cuts wood to size.

Innovative Millwright Service Location: 372 Sanford Circle Phone: 798-1900 Leadership: Johnnie Malone and Josh Malone, owners Employment: 35 Summary: Work services provided by Innovative Millwright Service include some of the following: metal buildings, ventilation systems, millwright maintenance, steam and process piping and general construction.

Huf North America Automotive Parts Manufacturing Corporation Location: 395 T. Elmer Cox Drive Phone: 787-8500 Website: www.hufgroup.com Leadership: Michael Supe, president; Michael Lehmann, plant manager; Shane Patterson, production manager Employment: 150 Summary: Huf-North America Automotive Parts Manufacturing Corp. is a subsidiary of the Germany-based Hulsbeck and Furst GmbH and Company, KG. Huf-North America makes ignitions and locking systems for various automakers. Innovative Fabrication Service Location: 372 Sanford Circle Phone: 636-3700 Leadership: Johnnie Malone and Josh Malone, owners Employment: 8 Summary: Innovative Fabrication Serivce provides some of the following services: structural steel, carbon and stain-

J & J Tool & Die Co., Inc. Location: 120 Fairgrounds Circle and 518 Bohannon Ave. Phone: 639-1061 Leadership: James L. Joseph, owner and president Employment: 13 Summary: Established in 1974, J & J Tool & Die is a locally-owned producer of tools, dies, and production sawing. Jarden Zinc Products Inc. Location: 2500 Old Stage Road Phone: 639-8111 Website: www.jardenzinc.com Leadership: Tom Wennogle, company president Employment: approximately 225 Summary: Jarden Zinc Products Inc. is a division of Jarden Corporation, based in Rye, N.Y. Specialties of the local plant are zinc casting, rolling and fabricating, but it is perhaps PLEASE SEE INDUSTRIES | 135


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Industries Starts on Page 134 best known for being the supplier of zinc onecent blanks to the U.S. Mint. The company has produced coinage for 20plus countries and has expanded to produce nickel-plated dimes, quarters and nickels for the Royal Canadian Mint. John Deere Power Products Location: 1630 Hal Henard Road Phone: 636-1500 Website: www.deere. com L eadership : Jef f Hollett, plant manager Employment: 459 Su m ma r y : Joh n Deere Power Products is part of the Ag and Turf Division of Deere and Company. The local plant manufactures John Deere 100 Series lawn tractors and various attachments. Jost International Location: 5080 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Phone: 638-9471 Website: www.jostinternational.com Leadership: Jens Polte, vice president of operations, purchasing and manufacturing Employment: 120 Summary: Jost International is a manufacturer of “fifth wheels” for the heavy-truck industry. Landair Transport Location: 1110 Myers St. Phone: 1-888-LANDAIR Website: www.landair. com Leadership: John Tweed, president and CEO Employment: 185 Summary: T he

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Industries Starts on Page 135 Employment: 8 Summary: A privately owned corporation, Landmark engineers produce wooden roof and floor trusses. LectroChem Metal Finishing Co. Location : 500 Twin Barns Road Phone : 639 - 4591 L eadership : Celia Smith, Linda Smith, Julia Hensley, Pamela Doty, James Dye Jr., owners; Jim Dye, general manager; A ndy Smith, shop manager; Johnny Smith, shop super visor Employment : 7 Summary: Si nc e 1983, LectroChem has been a family-ownedand-operated job shop specializing in zinc elec-

troplating, electroless nickel and other surface finishes for various area industries. Love Business Systems Location: 175 Johnson Road Phone: 638-2999 Leadership: Harold and Janet Love, owners Employment: 2 Summary: In the business-forms industry since 1959, the company specializes in labels and business forms of all types, as well as specialty advertising. M & M Specialties Inc. Location: 906 W. Irish St. Phone: 638-1410 Website: www.precisionturning.com Leadership: Hans Peters, owner Employment: 12 Summary: M & M

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Specialties produces precision CNC machining in its W. Irish St. plant. MPI International Inc. L o c at ion : 2460 Snapps Ferry Road Phone: 639-0051 Website : www.mpiint.com Leadership : Scott Dinger, general manager Employment: 50 Summary: M PI International Inc., a Michigan-based company, is a designer and manufacturer of highprecision, fine-blanked components, revstone mpi and subassemblies. Meco Corporation L o c at ion : 15 0 0 Industrial Road Phone: 639-1171 Website: www.meco. net Leadership: Robert

C. Austin Jr., owner; Mark Prof itt, president Employment : 108 full-time, 50 temporary Summary: Owned by the Unaka Company, Meco manufactures metal folding furniture and barbecue grills. In Greeneville, Meco manufactures the Aussie Walkabout grill. Miller Industries Location: 711 Campbell Drive Phone: 798-0722 Website: www.millerind.com Leadership: Jake Bowers, general manager Employment: 146 Summary: Miller Industries is a leader in towing and recovery equipment in North America. It manufactures wreckers, car carriers known as “rollbacks” and multi-car trailers.

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Minco Inc., a Ceradyne Company Location: 510 Midway Circle, Midway Phone: 422-6051 Website: www.mincoitc.com Leadership: Bruce Lockhart, president Employment: 120 Summary: Produces fused silica products. Minco is now owned by Ceradyne, a Californiabased company. Murray’s Custom Cabinets Location: 70 Doty Chapel Road Phone: 638-4195 Leadership: Ruble Murray, Pat and Rick Taylor, owners Employment: 3 Summary: Murray’s Custom Cabinets is a family-owned company specializing in custom cabinets and woodwork.

Neas Welding & Steel Fabricating Inc. Location: 1133 Forest Street Phone: 638-9551 Leadership: Kim Neas, owner Employment: 3 fulltime, 1 part-time Summary: Neas Welding & Steel Fabricating is a welding and steelfabricating business. Numark Inc. Location: 1101 Myers St. Phone: 639-0216 Website : w w w. numarkinc.com Leadership: Jerry Neas, owner and president Employment: 100 Summary: Numark is a privately-owned firm that specializes in the manufacture of electronic and electromechanical subassemblies. PLEASE SEE INDUSTRIES | 137

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Industries Starts on Page 136 Oldcastle Building Envelope Location: 920 Pottertown Road, Midway Phone: 422-9900 Website: www.oldcastlebe.com Leadership: Fred Derochers, manager Employment: 160 Summary: The local plant extrudes and finishes aluminum used for architectural products — storefronts, entrances, skylights and curtain wall systems. Packaging Services Inc. (PSI) Location: 120 T. Elmer Cox Drive Phone: 787-7711 Website: www.psipack. com Leadership: Scott Sallah, vice-president; Doug Ramsey, plant manager Employment: 128 Summary: PSI designs and manufactures corrugated containers, displays, high-graphic containers and inner packing. Parker Location: 2745 Snapps Ferry Road Phone: 639-8151 Website: www.parker. com Leadership: Ryan Schroeder, general manager; Matt Weir, business unit manager. Employment: 450 Summary: Parker is a manufacturer of hydrostatic steering, hydraulic motors, transmissions, and pumps for the industrial and off-highway market. It is owned by Parker Hannifin Corporation, of Cleveland, Ohio. Precision Machine & Welding Inc. Location: 175 Holder

THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK Road, Afton Phone: 638-9000 Website: www.precisionmw.com Leadership: Bob Cutshall, owner Employment: 25 Summary: Precision Machine & Welding is a family-owned production machine shop, providing CNC (computerized numerical control) precision machining. Premium Waters, Inc. Location: 1616 Industrial Road Phone: 787-0236 Website: www.premiumwaters.com Leadership: Don Myers, plant manager Employment: 100-plus Summary: Premium Waters produces bottled water. It was started as Naturalle Springs in 1997 in Camp Creek and became Premium Waters in 2002. Printart Location: 1621 Industrial Rd. Phone: 639-4300 Leadership: Gordon Baker, plant manager Employment: 40 Summary: Printart is a textile plant that creates samples for the housing industry to ship all over the country. Professional Vending Services (PVS) Location: 1625 Pottertown Road Phone: 639-3188 Website: www.professionalvendingservices.com Leadership: Doug Fezell, owner Employment: 21 Summary: PVS provides vending services, office coffee and bottled water service and largeevent catering. www.professionalvendingservices.com Profile Products LLC Location: 60 Davy

Crockett Park Road Phone: 257-2051 Website: www.profileproducts.com Leadership: Gary Bowers, vice president Employment: 45 Summary: Profile Products specializes in the manufacture of cellulose mulch for seeding, using recycled newsprint. Quality Machine Products Co. Location: 108 Mimosa Drive Phone: 639-9771 Leadership: Jeff Bullock, owner and manager Employment: 10 Summary: Quality Machine Products is a locally-owned company specializing in CNC (computerized numerical control) machining, welding and fabrication. Ready Mix USA Location: 1532 Industrial Road Phone: 639-2041 Website: www.readymixusa.com Leadership: Jimmy Cope, plant manager Employment: 10 Summary: The company is one of the largest producers of ready-mix concrete in Tennessee. Right Angle Enterprises, Inc. Location: 111 Mimosa Dr. Phone: 639-0790 Leadership: Paul McAfee, owner Employment: 10 Summary: Right Angle Enterprises, Inc. is a precision job shop specializing in meeting manufacturers’ die and tooling needs. Ron’s Millwright Service Inc. Location: 1122 Forest St. Phone: 636-8663 Website: www.ronsms. com

Leadership: Ronnie D. Cansler, CEO, Clyde Harless, President Employment: 35 Summary: Ron’s Millwright Service specializes in equipment rigging and installation; mechanical piping; metal fabrication; carpentry and electrical installations. Scepter Inc. Location: 1230 Pottertown Road Phone: 422-4731 Website: www.scepterinc.com Leadership: Nate Southerland, plant manager Employment: 50 Summary: Scepter Inc. is responsible for recycling all types of aluminum scrap and dross; buying, selling and trading aluminum and casting aluminum rolling sheet ingot. Shelton and Sons Mills Location: 9328 Asheville Hwy. (Route 70S) Phone: 639-4730 Leadership: Roger Shelton, principal partner; Patrick Shelton, general partner Employment: 3 Summary: Shelton and Sons Mills specializes in custom orders of hardwood and building supplies, log home accessories, and log home packages. SoPakCo Distribution Location: 102 Coile St. Phone: 639-1163 Website: www.sopakcotn.com Leadership: Wesley Keller, general manager Employment: 59Summary: SoPakCo Distribution is a warehousing operation with facilities in Greeneville and Kingsport. It is owned by the Unaka Company.

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Southern Tool of Greeneville, Inc. Location: 607 E. McKee St. Phone: 638-2616 Leadership: John and Lou Rhea, owners Employment: 4 Summary: Southern Tool is a privately-owned company involved in design and construction of progressive dies, injection molds, die-cast and general machinery work.

riormetal.com Leadership: Danny Mathes and Jeff Bowman, owners; Employment: 60 Summary: Superior Metal Products specializes in metal stamping, laser-cutting, tool-anddie design and construction, robotic welding for electronics, aerospace, lawn equipment and other industries nationwide.

Summers Taylor, Inc. Location: 1190 Lonesome Pine Trail Phone: 639-7240 Website: www.summerstaylor.com Leadership: Grant Summers, President, Ted Bryant, Executive VP Employment: up to 350 (varies depending on time of year) Summary: Summers Taylor, Inc. is a general contractor specializing in asphalt, concrete curbs, excavation and paving operations. It employs between 25 and 125 people in the Greene County area, depending upon its workload, and approximately 350 people company-wide.

Teague Printing Company Location: 210 W. Church St. Phone: 638-4551 Leadership : Ned Sanders, owner and president Employment: 3 Summary: Established in 1943, Teague Printing Company specializes in commercial printing.

Superior Business Associates Inc. Location: 810 West Irish St. Phone: 787-6000 Website: www.superiorbiz.com Leadership : Stan Ritter, president Employment: 45 Summary: Superior Business Associates is a locally-owned company that specializes in the printing of custom business forms, labels and envelopes. Superior Metal Products Co. Location: 2463 Highway 107, Chuckey Phone: 257-2154 Website: www.supe-

Tennessee Supply Company L ocation : 1534 Industrial Road Phone: 638-4311 Leadership: William F. Clendenon, owner Employment: 5 Summary: The company manufactures calendar wrappers for firms that produce wall calendars. TI Automotive Location: 455 T. Elmer Cox Drive Phone: 636-3300 Website: www.tiautomotive.com Leadership : Bill Kozyra CEO and President Employment: 200 Summary: TI Automotive manufactures fuel pumps and modules. Corporate headquarters is in Auburn Hills, Mich.

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Industries Starts on Page 137 Transport Technologies, LLC Location: 185 Old Stage Road Phone: 638-3485 Web sit e : www. gotransport.net Leadership: Jeff Collins, President

Employment: 18 Summary: Transport Technologies, LLC, established in 1997, is a transportation division specializing in hauling metal waste, demolition, and construction materials by utilizing roll-off, front load, dump trucks, and tractor-trailers. Triangle Press Location: 4050 North

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Mohawk Road, Mohawk Phone: 235-5587 Leadership: Hal and Linda Wisecarver, owners Employment: 8 Summary: Established in 1918, Triangle Press is a family-owned commercialonly printing business.

ton, COO Employment: 70 Summary: UCM Zirconia Inc. is a manufacturer of fused zirconium oxide used in steel production, ceramics, automobile brake pads and automobile exhaust gas sensors.

UCM Zirconia Inc. Location: 109 Coile St. Phone: 787-0333 Leadership: Tim New-

United Business Forms Inc. Location: 8482 West Allens Bridge Road

Phone: 639-5551 Leadership: Jamie Davis and William Davis co-president and co-owners; Horace Davis, vicepresident and general manager Employment: 48 Summary: The company prints business forms. Valk Industries, Inc. Location: 50 Valk Lane Phone: 638-1284

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Industries Starts on Page 138 thermoformed clamshells, blisters, trays and fillers. Vulcan Materials Company Location: 1192 Lonesome Pine Trail (Greeneville);1980 Greystone Road

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Materials Company produces construction aggregate. Its corporate headquarters is in Birmingham, Ala. Walmart Distribution Center Location: 1655 Pottertown Rd., Midway Phone: 235-2300 Website: www.walmartstores.com Leadership: Ted Ride-

out, general manager; Fran Belt, human resources manager Employment: approximately 700 Summary: Established in 1997, the center distributes general and hardline goods to Walmart stores. Warrensburg Machine Inc. Location: 14255 Warrensburg Road, Warrensburg

Phone: 235-5114 Website: www.wbmachine.com Leadership: Robert Lloyd Smelcer, president Employment: 6 Summary: Warrensburg Machine manufactures precision-machined parts using CNC lathes and mills and also does metal fabrication work and welding. Its mills are some of the largest

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in East Tennessee. Wholesale Feed and Grain Location: 445 Sinking Creek Road Phone: 638-5091 Leadership: Bobby Jones, owner Employment: 1 Summary: Established in 1988, Wholesale Feed and Grain produces and sells farm animal feed.

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For more information call Susan Charlton at 423.234.6614 Office hours are Monday & Wednesday 8 am - 3 pm This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

TDD 1-800-848-0289 This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer

Hidden Oaks Apartments Greeneville’s Premier Rental Community now accepting applications 2 & 3 Bdrm., 2 full baths, pet friendly. Ask about our Move-in Specials!

Call 423-639-3184 1108 W. Summer St.

2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS • W/D Hook-up (most units) • Quiet • Clean • Freshly Painted • Lease Required • Pets Allowed • All Units have Central H/A

6990 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy (Near Walmart)

(423) 257-2811

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS!

Greeneville Landing Apartments

1100 Light Steet • Greeneville, TN 37743

We offer one bedroom units for the elderly (62 years and older) and the disabled.

TAL 100% REN ILABLE E AVA ASSISTANC ASED RENT B OME ON INC

• Individual Porches • Quiet Residential Neighborhood • Heating & A/C • Kitchen Appliances • Laundry On-site • Large Community Rooms • Emergency Call Lights • Cable Hookups • Wall to Wall Carpet • Community Building

For more information call Jennifer McClanahan at 423.638.8190 Office hours are Tuesday & Friday 7 am - 5 pm This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.


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East Tennessee Realty Services provided by

Ralph W. Roderick-Broker

REAL ESTATE GUIDE

Personal, Professional Services for all your Real Estate Needs!

Office: 423-639-6395 Email: etrsoffice@comcast.net Cell: 423-620-5912 Website: www.easttennesseerealtyservices.com Fax: 888-663-8075 Redirect: www.etrs.us

Acreage - Farms - Homes - Mountain Land Commercial Properties

Smarter. Bolder. Faster. 2040 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745

819 W. Church Street, Greeneville, TN 37745

423-798-9400 Shane Carter, Broker, Co-Owner Gale Carter, Broker, Co-Owner

Visit us online at: www.thebrothersrealty.com

Each office is independently owned and operated.

423.639.6781

www.MyC21Legacy.com

Put a lending leader on your side 502 East Jackson Blvd. Jonesborough, TN 37659 Ted Hensley Broker/Owner

Office: 423-788-0111 Cell: 423-620-1614 Email: ted.hensley@century21.com Website: www.C21hometeam.com

Tiffany Greer Home Mortgage Consultant Office: 423-798-8096 tiffany.greer@wellsfargo.com www.greenevillemortgages.com NMLSR ID 516349

827 Tusculum Blvd, Greeneville, TN 37745 (OfÀce) 423-639-3465 www.Greeneville-Homes.com

GREENE COUNTY LAND & AUCTION

Complete Real Estate & Auction Services

NMLSR ID 399801. AS995515 Expires 8/2014

GREENE COUNTY TITLE COMPANY, INC. East TN Realtors of Greeneville

514 Tusculum Blvd. Cell: Greeneville, TN 37745 423-552-8496 Miranda Myers Realtor Locally Owned and Operated Miranda.mirandamyers@yahoo.com Office: 423-639-2345 HometownofGreeneville.com Fax: 423-639-2387

The Jones Family: Larry H. Jones, Brylee Jones, Vicki W. Jones, Brayden Jones, Robin Jones, & Bryan Jones.

Judy S. Robinson, Attorney

Larry H. Jones, Blake Renner, Vicki W. Jones, Marty Renner, Cindy Morelock, Trent Taylor, Charles Morelock, and Bridget Greene

518 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745

We don’t want all the business...Just Yours!

423-639-0683

423-639-5231 Switch Board

FAX 423-639-9563 www.greenecountytitle.com

COL. LARRY H. JONES • VICKI W. JONES

400 N. Irish St. • Greeneville, TN TFL #675

Auctioneer/Owners Email: gcla@greenecountylandandauction.com Website: greenecountylandandauction.com


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REAL ESTATE GUIDE Donna Fillers

Realtor

REGIE JONES 827 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745

Office: 423.639.3465 Cell: 423.470.3131

RegieJones@RealtyExecutives.com www.Greeneville-Homes.com Each office is independently owned and operated

Achieving homeownership is a dream that becomes reality…call or go online today for more information. 423-588-5341 www.joycekeisling.com

Each Office Independently Owned And Operated.

1207 McCoy Circle, Jonesborough, TN 37659 (423) 913-0114 Office (423) 552-0658 Cell www.roycleverhomes.com

Roy Clever, Broker

Broker / Executive /ABR

100% Home Financing Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA)

LEGACY 2040 East Andrew Johnson Highway Greeneville, Tennessee 37745 Cell: (423) 620-1957 Office: (423) 639-6781 Fax: (423) 639-0851 donnafillers@netscape.net

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514 Tusculum Blvd Greeneville, TN 37745 Joyce Keisling Mortgage Specialist

100% Financing available with the THDA Great Start program; certain restrictions apply. Programs based on borrower qualification. Rates and terms subject to change

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nelliefmetcalfe@gmail.com HometownofGreeneville.com

Phone: 423-798-0164

Nellie Metcalfe Affiliate Broker

Office: 423-639-2345 Fax: 423-639-2387

2040 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Greeneville

Fax: 423-638-2061 1105 Tusculum Boulevard • Greeneville, TN

www.parrishpropertynow.com

Mobile: 423-470-0300

Brian McAmis Affiliate Broker

Cell: 423-747-6833 • Office: 423-639-6781 Fax: 1-866-271-9084 Email: brian@brianmcamis.com • www.BrianMcAmis.com Each Office is independently Owned and Operated

Find me on:

JULIE BLAKENEY & TERESA JONES Brokers / Owners

423-639-1200 423-470-3800 Julie cell 423-470-3300 Teresa cell

Office (423) 783-0051 Fax (423) 783-0024 1230 Snapps Ferry Road • Greeneville, TN 37745

1104 Tusculum Blvd. #314 southernpriderealty.com

Locally Owned & Operated Full Service Real Estate Brokerage Serving All Of Northeast Tennessee

Wanda Gibson Real Estate

Cell: 423.552.5330 Office: 423.639.6781 Search the MLS at www.mikemcneese.com

2040 E.A.J. Hwy. Greeneville, TN

Lucia Fillers

Broker/Owner, SRES

*Each of¿ce independently owned and operated.

Wanda Gibson Sharon Fletcher 423-620-1500 423-620-1103 Charles Smelcer – 423-470-3702

2013

(423)552-8278

Joe Fillers

Bob Long

Brad Stanton

(423)552-0297

(423)823-0968

(423)327-4332

Realtor®/Owner

Realtor®

www.preferredpropertieseasttn.com

Realtor®

92 Sam Doak Dr., Greeneville • 787-7700


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2013 PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDS WINNERS GUIDE

Best Hardware Store & Best Tools & Supplies

Thank You

for voting us Best Hardware Store & 201 3 Best Tools and Supplies!

Best Heating & Air Business & Service Person

Best Plate Lunches

Aunt Bea’ s

HOME COOKING Breakfast Served All Dayy

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK! 908 Tusculum Blvd.

2013

DAILY SPECIALS!

423-638-1451

Best Excavating

BROOKS EXCAVATING & CONSTRUCTION LLC TN License #28315

Commercial/Industrial/Residential Insured/Licensed

HVAC License # 00038449

(423) 636-8409

Country Side Kennel Your Pet’s Second Home

2013

Dennis & Judy Winckler, Owners 638-1102 201 Church Hill Rd., Greeneville, TN 37743 countrysidekennel@ymail.com

www.countrysidekennel.org

Best Tire Store

THANK YOU for Voting us No. 1 TIRE STORE!

Fax (423) 638-7639

Owner: Donnie Brooks www.brooks_excavating.com Best Antiques/Collectibles

423.639.6223

2013

Open 24/7 except Major Holidays

General Contractor

(423) 639-8828

1023 W. Main St • Greeneville

Owner

Best Pet Boarding/Kennel & Pet Sitter

Site Development Site Prep • Roads • Municipal Utilities 2013 • Footers • Water Lines • Sewer Lines • Septic Systems • Basements • Land Clearing • Ponds

Hardware

Robert Bailey 501 E. McKee St. Greeneville, TN 37743

Greeneville Antique Market

2013

Double D Tire ALL MAJOR BRANDS

75 Vendors on Three Levels Stockist for Annie Sloan Products and Chalk Paint®

2013

117 West Depot Street • 423-638-2773 Mon.-Sat. 10:30 am - 5:00 pm

639-1402 9:00-5:00 Mon.-Fri. 9:00-1:00 Sat. 403 Bernard Avenue Greeneville, TN


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Healthy Beginnings Weight Loss New

Thank You for voting

Greenelawn

Best Jeweler

Best Weight Loss Center

Best Cemetery

201 3

Best Cemetery

Greenelawn Memory Gardens

4159 Asheville Hwy., Greeneville, TN 37743

423.638.2006 or 423.638.3117 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Best Exterminator

THE JEWELRY BENCH

Location!

201 3

Walk-ins Welcome Mon & Tues 9 am-5:30 pm • Wed 9 am-6 pm Thurs 10 am - 5:30 pm • Fri 9 am-5 pm • Sat 10 am- 2 pm Physician Supervised 1160 Tusculum Blvd., (at red light)

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Repairs, Restorations, Watch Battery Replacements and Designs by Tom Paxton

3145D E. AJ Hwy., Greeneville, TN 37745

423-525-4201

423-636-8434

Best Funeral Home

Kiser-Rose Hill Funeral Home has been serving our community for over 130 years.

• Amy J. Armstrong, D.D.S. • Melissa H. Armbrister, D.D.S. 1308 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 423-639-6120 • 423-639-6128 Hrs.: 8:30-5 Mon.-Thurs.

We’ve been there for your family, providing compassionate, caring service when you’ve needed it most.

Legacy

Best Jewelry Store

is your local full service jewelry store

Over 16 years local experience Educated & Safety Oriented!

• Àeas • ticks • silver¿sh • bees • spiders • cockroaches • mice • rats • ants • snakes • raccoons • possums • ladybugs • stinkbugs

Kiser-Rose Hill

Licensed • Bonded • Insured 865 Mt. Hebron Rd. • Greeneville Voted Best 2009 2010 2011 2012

639-5509

Cell 423-823-1388 Free Estimates

2013

New Patients Welcome!

Commercial & Residential We specialize in exterminating:

2013

Best Dentist & Dental Hygienist

Jim Smith Pest Control

2013

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Funeral Home and Cremation Service

Intersection of Asheville Hwy. and Idletime Drive www.kiserrosehillfuneralhome.com

638-3121

Design, Fabrication, Customization Ring Sizing (Gold or Platinum)

• • • •

Stone Setting/Replacement Inside Ring Engraving Watch Battery Replacement Watch Band Adjustment

MOST WORK DONE ONSITE We are your Authorized

Dealer Greeneville Commons Shopping Center 423-638-8157

WE BUY SCRAP GOLD, SILVER & PLATINUM

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Best Mexican Restaurant

2013

2013 1351 Tusculum Blvd. • Greeneville Commons • 423-639-3363

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2013 PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDS WINNERS GUIDE Best Salad Bar

Best Security Alarm Business TN Alarm License #00001318

639-6635

Best Elderly Care Facility

Newagealarms.com Service@newagealarms.com Proud Member

2013

Voted Best Salad Bar!

SALES - SERVICE - INSTALLATION • Burglar & Electronic Security • Door & Gate Access Control • Fire Alarms & Evac Systems • Intercom & Paging

The Heart of Independence. The Caring Hand of Assistance. 324 Mt. Bethel Road • Greeneville, TN

2013

• Personal Emergency Response Systems • Camera Surveillance (CCTV) • Residential & Commercial

2013

Best Floor Coverings

Best Car Stereo Business

423-787-1711

275 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. 638-2000

• Kenwood • Rockford Fosgate • Suntek

TERRY’S FLOORING • Hardwood • Ceramic Tile • Laminate • Carpet & Vinyl • Custom Tile Showers

2013

1699 Kiser Boulevard, Greeneville, TN 37745

509 North Main St., Greeneville

423-638-4931

Thank You

ices Lowest Pr ! in Town

2013

Nolichuckey Hauling 2011 - 2012

423-525-2437 423-638-8564

We’ll beat any competitor’s reasonable price!

2013

Best Carpet Cleaning

Best Stone Supplier

• Sand • Gravel • Dirt • Landscaping Rocks • Driveway Grading Available

423-639-9013

423-329-3539

terrysflooringnow.com terrysflooringnow.com

M-F 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Voted Best Real Estate Agent & Best Real Estate Agency

Greeneville & Greene County for Voting Us #1 in Carpet Cleaning.

TENNESSEE CLEANING • Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning • We Specialize in Air Duct Cleaning

$50 off

Air Duct Cleaning No other discounts apply

• Fire & Water Restoration Free Estimates 10% Discount for Seniors or Churches

423-620-9230 or 798-0100

Wanda Gibson 423-620-1500

Sharon Fletcher 423-620-1103

2013

Charles Smelcer – 423-470-3702

Wanda Gibson Real Estate 92 Sam Doak Dr., Greeneville • 787-7700


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Greene County Partnership Plays Key Role In Development, Tourism The Greene County Partnership is Greene County’s umbrella organization housing the Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development, Tourism, Education & Workforce Development and Keep Greene Beautiful. Established in 1993 with its first president, Tom Ferguson, and a group of community leaders, the Partnership proved to be a guiding force for manufacturing and business recruitment during the mid-to-late ’90s, locating approximately 16 new industries and assisting in numerous industrial expansions before Ferguson left to open his own company in 2001. Funding is derived from membership investments from the more than 585 members, from Greene County and the Town of Greeneville, as well as from projects and events coordinated by the Partnership staff. Since September 2010, when Ferguson returned to lead the organization, the Partnership has been involved with numerous projects, including the location of Austin Powder Company’s US Nitrogen plant, which plans to hire 80 full-time employees with a $220 million investment. The Partnership continues a close association with the company as it continues its construction phase with a production startup date in the near future. Partnership efforts have assisted with expansions of 17 local industries since 2011, resulting in the addition of close to 1,000 new jobs to boost the economy. In addition, a new

SUN PHOTO BY KRISTEN BUCKLES

Greene County Partnership President and CEO Tom Ferguson is joined in his office by members of the staff. From left, are: Lori Collins, Accounting/Member Services; Jennifer Reynolds, Keep Greene Beautiful Director/ Leadership Director; Christie Henderson, Education & Workforce Development Director; Vickie Andrew, Vice President of Chamber Operations; Tammy Kinser, Tourism Director; and Ashley Shelton, Economic Development assistant. Food City in the former Walmart facility on East Andrew Johnson Highway opened its doors in February 2013 after the Partnership joined with other local leaders and developer Steve Johnson in coordinating the redevelopment project. Efforts are underway to attract a major retail store in the first phase, with projected second and third phases to attract additional retail businesses and restaurants. The phase one property includes 14.91 acres with 250,000 squarefeet of parking, and plan estimates expect the project to generate $26 million in annual sales and an approximate $ 300,000 per year in sales tax for the city. On the Chamber side of the Partnership, con-

tinuing outreach efforts to provide local services have resulted in nationwide and worldwide promotions that have drawn attention to the community. LOCAL CELEBRITIES HELP G r e ene v i l le a nd Greene County received worldwide attention via electronic communications when, in March 2013, the Partnership worked with local, regional and state law enforcement and emergency agencies to assist in coordinating a live concert for Greeneville’s own The Band Perry on Main Street in the downtown historic district. The country music superstars premiered their second album, “Pioneer,” at the concert before thousands of people, and the videos of their performance went

viral via social media platforms. The Partnership is the main contact for all major economic development efforts, from recruitment of manufacturing facilities and businesses to assistance in industrial and business expansions. Tourism fulfilled the second year of a threeyear commitment to the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) in July, hosting the three-day Junior Golf National Event for approximately 50 golfers from six states at Link Hills Country Club. In addition, Tourism continues to work with the Volkswagen Association on its annual “Buggin’ For A Cure” All VW Car Show, and with local sporting events as well as groups holding loca l conventions and celebrations.

NEW WEBSITES LAUNCHED The Partnership staff has developed new websites for Economic Development, Tourism and the Chamber of Commerce to provide the most up-to-date, easily accessible information to site selectors, industries / businesses, tourists, individuals considering relocation and local residents. The Partnership is governed by an executive committee of 10 and a board of directors composed of 47 community leaders. NUMEROUS EVENTS Partnership activities and events include the Iris Festival, Landair Ladies’ Classic high school girls’ basketball tournament, the annual Golf Shoot-Out, Christmas Parade, Legislative Luncheon, June Dairy Days Celebration, July Beef Day Celebration, Kids’ Day on

the Farm, Farm-City Banquet and numerous member-oriented events such as membership breakfasts, business after-hours, ribbon-cuttings/groundbreakings and holiday events. The Partnership maintains a Small Business Development Office at its site and schedules appointments for individuals with an East Tennessee State University Small Business Development representative on a weekly basis. Included in the Partnership’s community-oriented programs are leadership programs which involved more than 65 adults and students in 2012-2013 classes. Keep Greene Beautiful coordinates beautification and cleanup projects as well as visits both city and county schools to present storm water, recycling, beautification and litter prevention programs to local students. MASTER PARTNERSHIPS Education & Workforce Development initiates programs aligning educators and students with business and industry and has arranged more than 200 Master Partnerships between local schools and businesses since its inception 16 years ago. This department also assists local industries in need of employees by hosting job fairs which draw hundreds of applicants. The Partnership, at 115 Academy St., may be reached at 638-4111 or by email at gcp@greenecop. com . The Economic Development website is www.growingreene.com, tourism’s site can be found at www. visitgreenevilletn.com, and the Chamber’s redesigned site is www.greenecountypartnership.com .


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BUYER'S GUIDE Accountants Adams & Plucker, CPAs, PLLP Ray Adams, Loren Plucker, Whitney A. Ball, Kevin L. Ewers 119 S. Main St. P.O. Box 1117 Greeneville, TN 37744-1117 Tel: 639-0151 Fax: 639-0942 Blackburn, Childers & Steagall, PLC Dennis Rasnake 550 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-8516 Fax: 638-3726 Email: dennis@bcscpa.com Web Site: www.bcscpa.com David M. Ellis, CPA 132 W. Depot St. P.O. Box 71 Greeneville, TN 37744-0071 Tel: 787-0855 Fax: 787-0770 Foshie’s Tax & Accounting Services Harold Foshie, CPA 1227 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 525-4097 Fax: 525-4097 Email: haroldfoshie@gmail.com Web Site: www.foshiestaxservice.com Rodefer Moss & Company Bill Moss 185 Serral Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-8144 Fax: 638-2979 Email: info@rodefermoss.com Advertising Charter Media Barry Wilson 1104 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 112 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-9783 Fax: 787-9793 Advertising/Billboards Lamar Advertising Buddy Scheerer 1551 Shipley Ferry Rd. Blountville, TN 37617 Tel: 323-5219 Fax: 323-5542 Advertising/Marketing Absolute Communications Carolyn Pierson Cook 1880 N. Eastman Rd., Ste. 130

Kingsport, TN 37664 Tel: 246-0336 Fax: 246-2188 Email: info@absolutecom.com Web Site: www.absolutecom. com Agritourism Myers Pumpkin Patch Vera Ann Myers Eldon Myers 3415 Gap Creek Rd. Bulls Gap, TN 37711 Tel: 235-4796 Fax: 235-3003 Web Site: www.myerspumpkinpatch.com Still Hollow Farm Jay & Ann Birdwell 3005 W. Allens Bridge Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-3967 Fax: 639-5950 Email: stillhollowfarm.birdwell@ gmail.com Web Site: www.stillhollowfarm. com Air Ambulances Air Med Core Network Jason Monday 118 Laurel Acres Ct. Jonesborough, TN 37659 Tel: 444-1853 Email: jason.monday@amch.us Web Site: www.airmedcarenetwork.com Air Conditioning & Heating Contractors Air Pro Heating & Cooling, Inc. Keith A. Harrison 147 Mason St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5557 Fax: 639-3989 Email: airpro@embarqmail.com Web Site: www.airprohvacinc. com Bailey’s Heat & Air Robert/Carla Bailey 501 E. McKee St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 636-8409 Fax: 636-8409 Bird’s Electric Heat & Cooling Dennis Bird 3010 Fairlawn Drive Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-5979 or 552-4327 Email: birdselectrichc@comcast. net

Brad Tweed Heating & Air Conditioning Brad Tweed 450 Cicero Ave. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 620-0635 Email: tweedmechanical@gmail. com Four Seasons Heating & Air Don Coakley 3030 McDonald Rd. Midway, TN 37809 Tel: 422-7399 or 235-7738 Fax: 235-6566 Heritage Air Conditioning & Heating Freddy Tweed 205 Asheville Hwy. P.O. Box 153 Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-1992 Fax: 638-1992 Email: heritagehvac@yahoo.com Parton’s Electric Heating & Air Conditioning Doris Parton 105 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-8538 Fax: 639-3166 Email: partons@embarqmail.com Westmorland Electric, Heating & Cooling Stephanie Westmorland 1221 George Malone Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-9521 Fax: 638-9531 Email: westmorlandhvac@gmail. com Airports Greeneville/Greene County Airport Authority Janet L. Malone 200 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 340-6450 Fax: 254-5459 Email: janetlmalone@gmail.com Tri-Cities Regional Airport, TN/VA Patrick Wilson 2525 Hwy. 75, Ste. 301 Blountville, TN 37617 Tel: 325-6001 Fax: 325-6060 Email: comments@TRIflight.com Web Site: www.TRIflight.com Antiques

Greeneville Antique Market Vickie Gregory & Rebecca Wolfe 117 W. Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-2773

Email: eddie.henry@us.loomis. com Web Site: www.loomis.us

Antiques/Home Décor

Stanley’s Pro Pavement Stanley Kite 126 Pelican Lane Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 741-5433 Email: kite7919@embarqmail. com

Antiques Etc. Sharon O’Neal 766 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-1119 Email: antiquesetcso@comcast. net Apartment Rentals Fairfield Estates Pat Hankins 423 Fairgrounds Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 335 Cimarron Trail Afton, TN 37616 Tel: 636-8767 Email: patandm@comcast.net Web Site: www.fairfieldestates. info Greeneville Terrace Apartments Jerry Thomas 406 Elk St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5291 Fax: 639-7648 Email: greenevilleterrace@ embarqmail.com Plaza Towers Tammy Gallagher 224 Thornwood Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-4044 Fax: 783-9924 Email: plazatowerapts@embarqmail.com Architects & Interior Designers Design Innovations Architects Rik Norris 402 S. Gay St., Ste. 201 Knoxville, TN 37902 Tel: 865-243-8443 Fax: 865544-3840 Email: rnorris@dia-arch.com Armored Courier Loomis Armored U.S. Eddie Henry 120 Metroplex Ct. Knoxville, TN 37917 Tel: 865-291-6755 Fax: 865540-1619

Asphalt Sealers

Attorneys, Legal Firms Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz Ronald S. Range Jr. 100 Med Tech Pkwy., Ste. 200 P.O. Box 3038 Johnson City, TN 37604 Tel: 928-0181 Fax: 928-5694 Email: rrange@bakerdonelson. com Law Office of Dallas L. Blair III 911 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-1846 Fax: 638-1913 Email: dblairlaw@embarqmail. com Brandt and Beeson, PC D. R. Beeson III 206 Princeton Rd., Ste. 25 Johnson City, TN 37601 Tel: 282-1981 Fax: 610-6984 Email: drbeeson@brandtbeeson. com The Cave Law Firm, LLC Robert Payne Cave 104 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-5892 Fax: 638-5786 Rebecca Cutshaw, Attorney P.O. Box 127 Greeneville, TN 37744-0127 Tel: 638-4336 Fax: 639-7337 Laughlin, Nunnally, Hood & Crum, P.C. Jerry Laughlin, Bill Nunnally, Kenneth Hood, Grant Crum, Todd Shelton 100 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-5183 Fax: 639-6154 Leonard, Kershaw & Hensley, LLP

Ed Kershaw, Lindsey Lane 131 S. Main St., Ste. 102 Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-2121 Fax: 638-2131 Email: lkhmail@comcast.net Web Site: www.lkhattorneys.com A. Keith Livingston 114 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-6824 Fax: 639-5012 McInturff & McInturff PLLC Carl McInturff 801 Sunset Drive, E-2 Johnson City, TN 37604-3033 Tel: 282-6000 Fax: 282-6666 Email: carl@mcinturfflaw.com Web Site: www.mcinturfflaw.com Milligan & Coleman Ron Woods P.O. Box 1060 Greeneville, TN 37744-1060 Tel: 639-6811 Fax: 639-0278 John Rogers Law Group John T. Milburn Rogers 102 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-7000 Fax: 638-9999 Email: emily@johnrogerslawgroup.com Web Site: www.johnrogerslawgroup.com Taylor Law Firm Jeffrey C. Taylor, Attorney At Law 365 W. Third North St. P.O. Box 2004 Morristown, TN 37816 Tel: 586-6812 Fax: 586-6920 Email: jeff@taylorlawfirmtn.com Tennessee Public Defender Greg W. Eichelman/Michael Walcher 217 S. College St., Ste. 4 Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-2456 Fax: 636-8223 Terry, Terry & Stapleton Denise Stapleton/Margaret H. Kanipe 3465 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Ste. 4 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-0420 Fax: 638-0421 Email: denise@ttands.com margaret@ttands.com Web Site: www.ttands.com


www.greenevillesun.com Wimberly Lawson Seale Wright & Daves, PLLC Mary Moffatt Helms, Kelly A. Campbell, William R. Seale 929 W. First North St. P.O. Box 1066 Morristown, TN 37816-1066 Tel: 587-6870 Fax: 587-1479 Web Site: www.wimberlylawson. com

THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK Automobile Repair, Tires Custom Accessories

Tel: 639-6521 Email: tnwineseller@hotmail.com

Kyker’s Extreme Automotive Dale Kyker 4765 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 525-5147 Fax: 525-5148 Email: kykerd@yahoo.com

Brochure Distribution

Automobile Sales Auctions & Appraisals Grace’s Greeneville Auction Thomas Van Allan 104 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 525-4204 Ray “Tee Dee” Maupin Auction Company Tee Dee Maupin 1185 Maupin Rd. Chuckey, TN 37641 Tel: 257-2176 Email: lynda_maupin@comcast. net Ward Auction & Appraisals, Inc. Kim Ward 1775 Fodderstack Mountain Loop Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 528-4073 Fax: 528-4073 Email: kim@wardauction.net Web Site: www.wardauction.net Auto Body Shop Gary’s Paint & Body Shop Gary Hoese 3496 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-7151 Fax: 639-6375 Auto Body Shop/Wrecker Service Casper’s Body Shop & Wrecker Service, LLC Jimmy Collins 402 W. Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-0893 Fax: 638-3089 Email: casperswrecker@earthlink.net

Bachman-Bernard Motors Phil Bachman 300 Bachman Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-4141 Fax: 639-0193 Gateway Ford Lennie Lawson 1055 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5151 Fax: 639-7474

Print Distribution Service Jay Stafford P.O. Box 355 Jonesborough, TN 37659 Tel: 753-8191 Fax: 753-6911 Web Site: www.printdistribution. com Building & Lawn Maintenance Greene Mountain Maintenance Bradley Dingus 155 Lake Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 470-2800 Email: bradleyddingus@gmail. com Building Supplies

Beverage Distributors Coca-Cola Enterprises Joel Thompson 2600 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Morristown, TN 37814 Tel: 586-6403 Fax: 587-0904 Beverage Stores Big Time Beverage Rick Lilly 1285 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5100 Email: bigtimebeverage@gmail. com The Bottle Shop Roy Mecke 2318 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-3001

Automobile Repair

Express Wine & Spirits Jason Brandon 3100 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-0079 Web Site: www.expresswineandspirits.com

Kar-Pro Service Center Vicki Harness 604 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-6727 Fax: 636-8580 Email: atoshp@gmail.com Web Site: www.kar-pro.com

Greeneville Beverage Melinda Stewart Hickerson 812 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-9431 Fax: 638-1423 Email: greenevillebeverage@ yahoo.com

U-SAV Auto Center Allan Arrington 1108 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-5114

Towne Square Package Store, Inc. Josh Hadjopoulos 200 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743

Greeneville Builders Supply W.C. Adams Jr./Harold D. Hartman 208 Bohannon Ave. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-4101 Fax: 638-5447 Home Improvement Warehouse Andy Broyles 1640 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-3802 Fax: 639-6499 Email: andy_broyles@hotmail. com abroyles@hiwtn.com Web Site: www.hiwtn.com Burley Suppliers Burley Stabilization Corporation Connie Leatherwood P.O. Box 1915 1427 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-4239 Email: connie@burleystabilization.com Business Coaching Action Coach of Greeneville Curtis Henry 1113 Tusculum Blvd., PMB 254 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-8802 Fax: 636-8804 Email: curthenry@actioncoach. com Web Site: www.actioncoach. com/curthenry Business Forms/Advertising Specialties Love Business Systems Harold Love

175 Johnson Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-2999 Fax: 639-1936 Email: lovebusiness@comcast. net Car Washes Ultimate Shine 3-Minute Express Car Wash David Wild 3350 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-9802 Fax: 636-9802 Email: davida@wildbuilding.com Web Site: www.ultimateshinecarwash.com Carpet Cleaning Color Tex Carpet Cleaning & Restoration T. J. Ferguson 1875 W. Allens Bridge Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-8170 Caterers Signature Catering, Inc. Gene Pound 5074 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 636-8404 Fax: 636-8404 Email: signaturecater@embarqmail.com Cellular/Wireless Communications Verizon Wireless Sarah Shull 2815 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-8151 Fax: 639-8411 Web Site: www.verizonwireless. com Child Care Services ABC Daycare Lynnette Malone 208 Majestic Circle Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-2223 Email: lynnettemalone@ymail. com Churches Reformation Lutheran Church Rev. Rick Ohsiek 400 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-4627 Fax: 638-5431 Email: reformationelca@embarqmail.com Web Site: www.rlcgvl.org Cleaning/Commercial

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Servicemaster Elite Services Dave Wright 6801 Tom Pat Way Knoxville, TN 37924 Tel: 865-323-7005 Fax: 865523-5137 Email: clean@svmelite.com Web Site: www.svmelite.com

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Cleaning/Home Improvement

Kiwanis Club of Greeneville Michele Horner P.O. Box 654 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 638-8096

Greene Mountain Cleaning Services Angela Dingus 155 Lake Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 823-0671 Email: greenemountaincleaningservices@gmail.com Mop Squad Sarah/Todd Lanius 1140 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 525-5771 Fax: 525-5772 Servicemaster/The Handyman Marlene Randolph P. O. Box 39 Afton, TN 37616 Tel: 639-9164 Fax: 638-6761 Email: handy1990@comcast.net Clothing Belk’s Amye Hamilton 1367 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-4165 Fax: 639-2186 Web Site: www.belk.com Maurices Kenya Glasscock 1359 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-6600 Clubs, Organizations & Enterprises Boys & Girls Club of Greeneville & Greene County Scott Bullington 740 W. Church St. P.O. Box 1977 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 787-9334 Fax: 787-0055 Email: gbgc@comcast.net Greene County 9-1-1 Jerry Bird 111 Union St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-8663 Email: gre911@embarqmail.com Greene County Fair Association Bobby Holt P.O. Box 582

Greeneville Woman’s Club Vivian Gibbons P.O. Box 1116 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 636-8674

Lions Club Willie Anderson P.O. Box 776 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 416-3590 Email: willie_37743@yahoo.com Link Hills Country Club Bob Ward 1325 E. Allens Bridge Rd. P. O. Box 266 Greeneville, TN 37744-0266 Tel: 638-3114 Fax: 638-9036 MainStreet: Greeneville Jann Mirkov 310 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-7102 Email: director@mainstreetgreeneville.com Web Site: www.mainstreetgreeneville.com March of Dimes-Appalachian Division Lisa Gates 2313 Browns Mill Rd., Ste. 3 Johnson City, TN 37604 Tel: 218-0044 Fax: 461-8841 Rotary Club of Greeneville Wendy Peay P.O. Box 543 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 639-9361 Fax: 639-9340 Email: uwgreene@embarqmail. com United Way of Greene County Wendy Peay 115 Academy St., Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37744-0364 Tel: 639-9361 Fax: 639-9340 Email: uwgreene@embarqmail. com Coffee/Iced Tea Distributors/ Manufacturers S&D Coffee Chris Golash 300 Concord Pkwy. South Concord, NC 28027 Tel: 384-2495 Fax: 639-8310


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4533 Highway 11E Bluff City, TN 37618 Tel: 538-4400 Fax: 538-1165

Collection Services Greeneville Collection Service Leon H. Bell 103 N. College St. P. O. Box 385 Greeneville, TN 37744-0385 Tel: 639-4191 Fax: 639-5965 Computers & Computer Services Microcraft Handiware David G. Hartman 104 Glenn Circle Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-2044 Fax: 639-2044 Miller Davis Mike Miller 118 N. Main St., Ste. 200 Salisbury, NC 28144 Tel: 704-637-5363 Email: mikem@millerdavisagency.com Web Site: www.millerdavisagency.com Saratoga Technologies Allan Walters 101 Med Tech Pkwy., Ste. 307 Johnson City, TN 37604 Tel: 282-4220 Fax: 282-4890 Email: allan.walters@saratogaus. com Web Site: www.saratogaus.com Concrete Johnson & Son Shawn Johnson 60 Timber Lane Greeneville, TN 37743 Mailing: 2696 Lakemont Cr. Morristown, TN 37814 Tel: 329-5425 Fax: 783-8935 Ready Mix USA Jimmy Hill 1532 Industrial Rd. Greeneville, TN 37744-0534 Tel: 639-2041 Fax: 638-8931 Construction & Contractors Anderson Poured Walls Cary Anderson 250 Rockwell Drive Morristown, TN 37813 Tel: 423-307-1267 Fax: 423586-8207 Email: caryanderson@charter.net Web Site: www.andersonpouredwalls.com Baker’s Construction Services, Inc. Chad Baker

Brooks Excavating & Construction Donnie Brooks 115 Garrett Hill Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-8828 C & C Millwright Maintenance Company Jerry Fortner 311 Old Knoxville Hwy., Ste. 1 P.O. Box 970 Greeneville, TN 37744-0970 Tel: 639-0131 Fax: 639-8757 Carter Contractors, LLC John R. Carter Jr. 7310 Horton Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 234-0392 Fax: 234-2456 Email: cartercontractors@gmail. com Dan’s Home Repair Dan Wirt 580 Dude Lane Bulls Gap, TN 37711 Tel: 470-2591 Email: danthemanbuilder@comcast.net Goins Rash Cain, Inc. Luther D. Cain 130 Regional Park Drive Kingsport, TN 37660 Tel: 349-7760 Fax: 349-7413 Email: luther@grcinc.com Hite Construction Tom Hite 210 Park St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 823-0604 Fax: 639-1028 Email: tomhite51@gmail.com HS Williams Company Jeff Ryans 248 Holston View Drive Rogersville, TN 37857 Tel: 276-783-3185 Fax: 276783-4002 Email: ryansjr@charter.net mbritt@hswilliams.com Web Site: www.hswilliams.com

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Email: pterry@innovativemillwright.com J.A. Street & Associates J. A. Street 245 Birch St. P.O. Box 725 Blountville, TN 37617 Tel: 323-8017 Fax: 323-1065 Limestone Construction Company, Inc. Raymond & Dereda Shelton 70 Afton Rd. Afton, TN 37616 Tel: 638-1092 Merkel Brothers Construction Rance Merkel 1113 Myers St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-3116 Mountain View Homes & Development, LLC E. Lyndon Gallimore P. O. Box 271 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 639-6506 Fax: 639-6806 Web Site: www. NewHomesFaster.com Pike Electric Stan Marion P.O. Box 868 Mount Airy, NC 27030 Tel: 336-719-2171 Lynn Pitt Construction, Inc. Debbie M. Pitt 8390 Snapps Ferry Rd. Chuckey, TN 37641 Tel: 638-9242 Fax: 638-9242 Email: debbiepitt@comcast.net Web Site: www.pittcrew.com Rentenbach Constructors, Inc. Brent Blalock 2400 Sutherland Ave. Knoxville, TN 37919 P.O. Box 11087 Knoxville, TN 37939 Tel: 865-546-2440 Fax: 865546-3414 Email: bcblalock@rentenbach. com Web Site: www.rentenbach.com

Idell Construction Company, Inc. Jeff Idell P.O. Box 308 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 639-5429 Fax: 638-4808

Ricker Construction Co. Donald & Sandy Ricker 130 Browns Circle P.O. Box 2441 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 571-2914 Fax: 787-1980

Innovative Millwright Service Patsy Terry 372 Sanford Circle Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 798-1900 Fax: 798-1903

South State Contractors Robin Quillen 412 Scott Farm Rd. Afton, TN 37616 Tel: 638-1099 Fax: 638-1052

Email: info@southstatecontractors.com Web Site: www.southstatecontractors.com

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Consulting Engineers

Dentists & Dental Services

Summers-Taylor, Inc. Ted Bryant 1190 Lonesome Pine Trail Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-7240 Fax: 639-7268

SEDA, Inc. Steve Farris 9816 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 422-2110 Fax: 422-2111 Email: sfarris@seda-llc.com

ABC Family Dentistry, PLLC Cynthia Knop, DDS 1018 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-2176 Fax: 639-2177

TEC Industrial Greg Boehling 1700 John B. Dennis Hwy. Kingsport, TN 37664 Tel: 247-4141 Fax: 247-4951 Email: greg.boehling@tnelco. com Web Site: www.tnelco.com Thomas Construction Co., Inc. Gerald D. Thomas # 9 Wesley Court P.O. Box 4806 Johnson City, TN 37601 Tel: 282-3251 Fax: 282-3976 Wolfe Development Kelly Wolfe 806 E. Jackson Blvd., Ste. 5&6 Jonesborough, TN 37659 Tel: 913-2555 Fax: 913-2445 Email: homes@wolfe-development.com Web Site: www.wolfe-development.com Construction & Machinery Movers Ron’s Millwright Service, Inc. Ronnie D. Cansler 1122 Forest St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 636-8663 Fax: 636-8629 Consultants Hutchins & Associates Charlie & Eva Grey Hutchins P.O. Box 1883 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 638-9267 Email: charleshutchins@holstonhome.org M. W. Benko & Associates Rhonda Clay 615 W. Main St., Ste. 108 Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 525-4119 Fax: 525-4182 Email: rhonda@mwbenko.com Web Site: www.mwbenko.com Sesco Management Consultants Bill Ford 505 7th St. P.O. Box 1848 Bristol, TN 37620 Tel: 764-4127 Fax: 964-5869

Copier Sales & Service Hungate Business Services Dana Cornett 209 N. Chesnut St. Marion, VA 24354 Tel: 800-827-5424 Fax: 3232796 Email: kyle@hbxs.com Web Site: www.hbsx.com Kingsport Imaging Systems, Inc. Richard Lambert 200 E. Market St. Kingsport, TN 37660 Tel: 245-5171 Fax: 245-8150 Web Site: www.isionline.net Cosmetics Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio Patsy Dority 819 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-9612 Court-Appointed Billing Solutions Billable Hours, Inc. Brandon Hammer 119 E. Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-0091 Fax: 639-6969 Email: bhammer@billablehoursinc.com Web Site: www.indigentcounsel. com

Adkins Family Dentistry, PLLC Donnie Adkins, DMD 600 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-5141 Fax: 638-5131 Email: adkinsfamilydentistry@ gmail.com Web Site: www.adkinsfamilydentistry.net David J. Dykes, DDS 1015 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-6341 Fax: 638-6082 Greeneville Dental Associates Amy Armstrong, DDS, Melissa Armbrister, DDS 1308 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6120 Fax: 639-6128 David B. Jones, DDS 1104 E. Church St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-4176 Michael J. Rogers, DDS 1741 Old Tusculum Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-7491 Fax: 639-3281 Smile Solutions John W. Lamons 440 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-3371 Fax: 638-8649 Email: docjwl@comcast.net Web Site: www.smilesolutionstn. com

Dance Studios/Instruction Studio Nine 22 Connie M. R. Black 922 Carson St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 329-3581 Email: connie@studionine22.com Web Site: www.studionine22. com Defense Contractors TEVET LLC Tracy Solomon 85 Spring Street South Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 678-905-1300 Email: tracy.solomon@tevetllc.

Tusculum Dental Care Craig Shepherd, DOS 22 Norton Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-7575 Fax: 639-7572 Email: tusculumdentalcare@ comcast.net Web Site: www.tusculumdentalcare.com James R. Williams, DDS 711 K St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-3571 Digital Marketing High Road Digital, LLC


www.greenevillesun.com 123 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 359-3118 Fax: 639-9701 Email: info@highroaddigital.com Web Site: www.highroaddigital. com Direct Sales Avon District 1600 Stephanie Boyer 1113 Tusculum Blvd., #256 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 538-1115 or 444-3231 Email: stephanie.boyer@avon. com Web Site: www.youravon.com/ district1600 Cloud 9 Ranch Michelle Steiner 910 Ottway Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 972-1263 Email: michelle.steiner.tn@gmail. com Web Site: www.smartfoodsavers.com

THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK Tel: 787-9363 Fax: 787-0715 Career Center at Greeneville/ Workforce Investment Services Debbie Johnson 215 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-0908 Fax: 638-3187 East Tennessee State University Fred Sauceman P.O. Box 70717 Johnson City, TN 37614 Tel: 439-4317 Fax: 439-5710 Greene County Board of Education Dr. Vicki Kirk 910 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-4194 Fax: 639-1615 Greene Technology Center Jerry Ayers 1121 Hal Henard Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-0171 Fax: 639-0176 Web Site: www.gcschools. net/cft/

Discount Tobacco Sales Kiker’s Tobacco Gautam Patel 926 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-8532 Fax: 638-8534 Email: gautam1482@hotmail. com Discount, Variety Stores WalMart SuperCenter Buddy Kolb 3755 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-8181 Fax: 638-2142 Distribution Centers Wal-Mart Logistics Ted Rideout 1655 Pottertown Rd. Midway, TN 37809 Tel: 235-2300 Fax: 235-3304 Dry Cleaners Pinecrest Cleaners Gary Randles 1407 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-1407 Fax: 639-5114 Educational Institutions, Services Bridges to Success Teresa Guinn 993 Hal Henard Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743

Greeneville City Schools Dr. Linda Stroud 129 W. Depot St. P. O. Box 1420 Greeneville, TN 37744-1420 Tel: 787-8000 Fax: 787-8028 Web Site: www.gcschools. net/ghs Tusculum College Dr. Nancy Moody P.O. Box 5048, Tusculum Station Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 636-7300 Fax: 638-7166 Web Site: www.tusculum.edu Walters State Community College Drucilla Miller 215 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-7940 Fax: 798-7944 Electric Motor Repair Butler Electric Motor Service Bryan Root 806 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-0404 Fax: 639-0404 Electrical Contractors, Suppliers Stuart C. Irby Company Jess Holland 501 W. Mountain View Rd. Johnson City, TN 37604 Tel: 929-7126 Fax: 929-3986 Rexel

David Byrd 420 Press St. P.O. Box 418 Kingsport, TN 37662 Tel: 246-2900 Fax: 378-5548 Web Site: www.rexelusa.com Electronics Moore’s Electronics Charles Moore 1357 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-5462 Fax: 638-1427 Web Site: www.mooresrs.com

Cannon, Inc. Andrew Murr 10133 Sherrill Blvd., Ste. 200 Knoxville, TN 37932 Tel: 865-637-2810 Fax: 865673-8554 Web Site: www.bargewaggoner. com Engineers, Architects, Surveyors J. L. Jacobs & Associates John L. Jacobs 511 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-7828 Fax: 787-9002

Employment Services @Work Personnel Services April Smith 1706 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-7614 Fax: 638-3233 AccuForce Staffing Services Crystal Hunley 1202 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. B Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-0467 Fax: 638-0470 Email: greeneville@accuforce. com Web Site: www.accuforce.com Elwood Staffing Shelly Anderson 2055 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Ste. 2A Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-0900 Fax: 639-0920 Email: greeneville.tn@elwoodstaffing.com Web Site: www.elwoodstaffing. com Staff Pro Kathy Willis 2290 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-7123 Fax: 639-2418 Email: kwillis@staffpro.net

Mesa Associates, Inc. Jennifer Moore 1612 Industrial Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 765-9820 Fax: 865-2185235 Email: jmoore@mesainc.com Web Site: www.mesainc.com S&ME, Inc. Mark Surgenor 644 Eastern Star Rd. Kingsport, TN 37663 Tel: 349-2800 Fax: 349-2858 W & W Engineering, LLC Cathy S. Walden 800 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-2770 Fax: 638-8615

Endodontists Maria Wyche Bryan, DDS 128 Serral Drive, Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-1777 Web Site: www.tricitiesendo.com Engineers, Architects Barge Waggoner Sumner &

Entertainment Greeneville Astros David Lane P.O. Box 5192 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 638-0411 Fax: 638-9450 Web Site: www. Greenevilleastros.com

Excavating Weems Excavating & Paving, Inc. Kenneth Weems 240 State St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-4022 Exterminators

Littlejohn Engineering Associates Calvin D. Clifton 208 Sunset Drive, Ste. 104 Johnson City, TN 37604 Tel: 928-3500 Fax: 926-3565 Email: cclifton@leainc.com Web Site: www.leainc.com

Azimuth Engineering, Inc. Daniel Coffey 115 Monroe St. P.O. Box 1466 Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-9191 Fax: 638-3899 Email: mail@azimutheng.net Web Site: www.azimutheng.net Vaughn & Melton Robert Andrew 1649 W. Morris Blvd. Morristown, TN 37813 Tel: 587-8648 Fax: 587-8640 Email: rsa@vaughnmelton.com Web Site: www.vaughnmelton. com

Tel: 638-5201 Fax: 638-1360 Fastener Distributor Bossard North America Daniel Tyler 1550 Industrial Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6661 Fax: 639-6662 Email: dtyler@bossard.com Financial Advisors Strong Heritage Financial Group Steve Dick, CFP, ChFC 705 Professional Plaza Drive, Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-1800 Fax: 636-1801 Email: info@strongheritage.com Web Site: www.strongheritage. com Financial Institutions/Services

Road Show Mobile Stages Heather Boegemann 406 Hillcrest Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 329-5570 Email: boegemann@comcast.net

Engineers, Environmentalists

Engineers, Surveyors Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development Bobby Williams 6057 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Ste. 6A Talbott, TN 37877 Tel: 317-1060 Fax: 317-1061

Engineers, Surveyors, Environmentalists Quantum Environmental & Engineering Services, LLC Matt Teglas/Pat Mulligan 126 Dante Rd. Knoxville, TN 37918 Tel: 865-689-1395 Fax: 865689-6844 Email: info@qe2llc.com Web Site: www.qe2llc.com

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Norton’s Pest Control Paul Norton 1240 Fillers Mill Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 798-9190 Terminix Michael Sparks 2516 Wesley St. Johnson City, TN 37601 Tel: 282-1331 Fax: 283-9228 Facility Services/Uniform Rental Cintas Tim Walker 125 Regional Park Drive Kingsport, TN 37660 Tel: 383-4241 Fax: 349-7190 Email: walkert@cintas.com Web Site: www.cintas.com Farm Supplies, Equipment, Livestock Farmers Livestock Market Don McNeese 336 Bohannon Ave. P. O. Box 865 Greeneville, TN 37744-0865

1st Franklin Financial Phil Neas 2317 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. P.O. Box 273 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-0060 Fax: 798-0065 Email: jpn53270@1ffc.com Web Site: www.1ffc.com American Patriot Bank Gary Shelton 3095 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-1555 Fax: 636-1563 Andrew Johnson Bank Bill Hickerson 124 N. Main St. P.O. Box 907 Greeneville, TN 37744-0907 Tel: 636-3510 Fax: 636-3517 BB&T Danielle Powelczyk 1604 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-2148 Fax: 639-4011 Capital Bank P.O. Box 1120 Greeneville, TN 37744-1120 Tel: 639-5111 Fax: 639-5467 Web Site: www.capitalbankus.com The Cash Company of Greeneville Stephen W. Brumit 1333 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-2274 Fax: 639-2255 Email: thecashco_Greeneville@ juno.com Citizen’s Bank Larry Estepp P.O. Box 687


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Corporation Walter Brumit 1200 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-7811 Fax: 638-8340 Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Tiffany Greer 1104 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 310 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-8096 or 798-0143 Email: tiffany.greer@wellsfargo. com Flooring, Home Improvement Jaynes Carpet Outlet Ronnie Jaynes 3245 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. P.O. Box 339 Greeneville, TN 37744-0339 Tel: 639-1901 Fax: 639-6719 Terry’s Flooring Terry Thompson 1699 Kiser Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 329-3539 Fax: 639-9013 Email: terrysflooring@yahoo. com Florists Flowers by Tammy Tammy Burgner 515 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-1000 Fax: 636-3000 Email: flowersbytammy@hotmail.com Web Site: www.flowersbytammy. com Food Banks

Greeneville Federal Bank Brandon Hull 101 W. Summer St. P. O. Box 460 Greeneville, TN 37744-0460 Tel: 638-4154 Fax: 638-6397

Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee Rhonda P. Chafin 127 Dillon Court Gray, TN 37615 Tel: 477-4053 Fax: 477-3467

Heritage Community Bank Tommy Burns 114 W. Church St. P.O. Box 428 Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 636-5000 Fax: 636-5001

Football Associations (Youth)

Merrill Lynch Wealth Management Bob Grubbs 800 S. Gay St., Ste. 220 Knoxville, TN 37929 Tel: 800-937-0332 or 865-5218803 Fax: 865-686-8604 Email: bob.grubbs@ml.com Southern Finance & Thrift

Greeneville/Greene County Youth Football Association Tim Marshall P.O. Box 1692 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 552-2151 Email: timromocowboys@aol. com Forklift & Material Handling W.C. Forklift, Inc./Western Carolina Forklift Larry Anders 4099 U.S. Hwy. 11E Bluff City, TN 37618

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Tel: 538-3500 Fax: 538-5388 Email: larryanders@wcforklift. com Web Site: www.wcforklift.com Formal Wear/Bridal Gowns/ Tuxedoes Southern Belle Bridal, Inc. Michelle T. Richards 1323 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 783-9965 Fax: 783-9965 Email: michelle@southernbellebridaltn.com Web Site: www.southernbellebridaltn.com Foundations/Community Development Greene County Partnership Foundation 115 Academy Street Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-4111 Fax: 638-5345 Foundations/Health Care Development Laughlin Hospital Foundation Betty Weemes 1420 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-5117 Email: bettyweemes@lmhcare. org Funeral Homes Doughty-Stevens Funeral Home Jason A. Smith 1125 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-4141 Fax: 638-2610 Email: sandybaileyds@yahoo. com Web Site: www.doughty-stevens. com Jeffers Funeral & Cremation Service Richard Jeffers 208 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-2141 Fax: 787-0409 Email: jeffersmortuary@gmail. com Web Site: www.jeffersmortuary. com Kiser-Rose Hill Funeral Home Kurt Saine 125 Idletime Drive Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 636-8007 Furniture & Appliances Badcock & More

Brian Henriott 1665 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 525-4123 Fax: 525-5058 Email: brian.henriott@badcock. com Web Site: www.badcock.com Bob’s Factory Outlet Bob Weaver 515 Asheville Highway Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 787-9600 Fax: 787-9602 Roberts Furniture & Appliance, Inc. Betty Bird 221 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-8166 Email: robertsfurniture1978@ gmail.com Gas Stations (Full Service Town Square Station Teddy Lawing 253 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 588-5457 Email: teddy@townesquarestation.com Gift & Card Shops Carolyn’s Hallmark Shop Carolyn Bullington 1395 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-6111 Fax: 638-6111 Gift & Craft Shops Three Blind Mice Susan Loven P.O. Box 5662 Tusculum Station Greeneville, TN 37744-5662 Tel: 639-0180

Government Town of Baileyton Mayor Tommy Casteel 6530 Horton Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 234-6911 Fax: 234-5442

Golf Supplies Mr. Golf Doug Bible 1103 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-3673

Hardware

Greene County Alan Broyles 204 N. Cutler St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-1766 Fax: 798-1771

Ace Hardware Joe Morris 1023 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-6223

Town of Greeneville W. T. Daniels 200 N. College St., Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-7105 Fax: 639-0093

Health & Fitness

Town of Mosheim Mayor Billy Myers 1000 Main St. Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 422-4051 Fax: 422-6554 City of Tusculum Mayor John Foster 145 Alexander St. P. O. Box 5014, Tusculum Station Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-6211 Fax: 638-6211 TVA Tom Olterman 2425 Highway 75, Ste. 108 Blountville, TN 37615 Tel: 354-0514 U.S. Forest Service Terry Bowerman 4900 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-4109 Fax: 638-5599 Grocery, Produce, Bakery K-Vat Food Stores/Food City Israel O’Quinn P.O. Box 1158 Abingdon, VA 24210

Golf Courses Nolichucky View Golf Club B. J. Gray 5605 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-7888 Fax: 639-1622 Email: mtngolf@live.com Web Site: www.nolichuckyview. com

Jan’s Salon Jan K. Hebert 106 W. Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-9495

Peggy Ann Bakery John Arrowood 934 Snapp Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-1924 Gun & Pawn Shops/Tobacco Outlets Big Al’s Gun Shack & Pawn & Tobacco Outlet Wayne Shelton 760 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-1818 Hair Salons

The Fit Club Mark Freshour 40 Benbow Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-1933 Fax: 638-3203 Web Site: www.greenevillefitclub.com Health & Recreation Greene County YMCA Mike Hollowell 404 Y Street Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6107 Fax: 639-7978 Health Care Facilities & Services Amedisys – Adventa Hospice Services Mitzi Jones 127 Serral Drive, Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-2707 Fax: 638-4732 Web Site: www.amedisys.com Amedisys Home Health Tessa Woods 1350 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel 638-7389 Fax: 639-9386 Email: twoods5522@amedisys. com Benchmark Physical Therapy Diane L. Coffey 223 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-1111 Fax: 638-1112 Email: dcoffey@benchmarkpt. com Caris Healthcare Renee Lowery 225 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Email: rlowery@carishealthcare. com Tel: 638-2226 Fax: 638-2299 Durham-Hensley Health & Rehab Buffy Devoti


www.greenevillesun.com 55 Nursing Home Rd. Chuckey, TN 37641 Tel: 257-6761 Fax: 257-5304 Email: marketing@durhamhensleyhealth.com Web Site: www.durhamhensleyhealth.com East Tennessee Children’s Hospital Jessica Boyd 2018 Clinch Ave. Knoxville, TN 37916 Tel: 865-541-8165 Fax: 865541-8250 Web Site: www.etch.com East Tennessee Hematology Oncology Patricia Posey 1406 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 2000 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-7080 Fax: 787-7087 Email: aksen@comcast.net Fresenius Medical Care/Dialysis Kim Bowlin, DO 180 Serral Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-1201 Fax: 638-9397 Email: kimbowlin@fmc-na.com Web Site: www.fmc-na.com Greene County Department of Health Shaun C. Street 810 W. Church St. P.O. Box 159 Greeneville, TN 37744-0159 Tel: 798-1749 Fax: 798-1755 Greene County Skills, Inc. Jimmy Gillen 130 Bob Smith Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5351 Greene Valley Developmental Center Diane Brightwell 4850 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. P.O. Box 910 Greeneville, TN 37744-0910 Tel: 787-6800 Fax: 787-6975 Greeneville Urgent Care Center Patti Roberts 1021 Coolidge St., Ste. 4 Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 636-8891 Fax: 636-1732 Laughlin Memorial Hospital, Inc. Chuck Whitfield 1420 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-5000 Fax: 787-5083 Web Site: www.laughlinmemhosp.org Life Care Center of Greeneville

THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK Misty Key 725 Crum St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-8131 Fax: 639-4742 Morning Pointe Assisted Living Joyce Treadway 324 Mount Bethel Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-1711 Email: greeneville@morningpointe.com Web Site: www.MorningPointe. com Mountain States Health Alliance/Business Development Shannon Ellis 1420 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-6355 Nolachuckey Mental Health Center Dr. Terry Kidd 401 Holston Drive Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-1104 Fax: 636-8365 Signature Health Care of Greeneville Karen Turner 106 Holt Court Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-0213 Fax: 638-4511 Takoma Regional Hospital Daniel Wolcott 401 Takoma Ave. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-3151 Fax: 636-2374 Tennessee Rehabilitation Center Michele Keffer 241 Baileyton Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5148 Fax: 639-1084 Wellington Place of Greeneville Shane Jones 155 Serral Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-0404 Fax: 798-2072

nps.gov Web Site: www.nps.gov/anjo/ Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park Ken Tester 1245 Davy Crockett Park Rd. Limestone, TN 37681 Tel: 257-2167 Fax: 257-2430

1223 Robinhood Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-5320 Fax: 638-4257

Individuals

Kathy Knight 1814 Cottage Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 552-3983 Email: kathyknight650@gmail. com

Dot Alexander 2007 Holley Creek Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-5904

Barbara & Max Lawson 110 Max Way Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-4933 Fax: 639-7137

Robert K. Bird 233 Briar Patch Lane Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-7456

JoElla Moore 1304 Kevin Lane Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-2249 Email: wendellgrn4@aol.com

Home Health Care/Hospice Advance Home Care Larry Roberts 1012 Coolidge St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 783-6501 Fax: 798-1269 Email: larry.roberts@advhomecare.org Smoky Mountain Home Health & Hospice Lisa Durham 1117 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-8006 Fax: 636-8193 Email: lisa.durham61@yahoo. com Web Site: www.smokyhhc.com Home Improvement Beamer’s Home Improvement John Beamer 4185 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-7160 Dream Home Improvements Mark Doolittle P.O. Box 368 Chuckey, TN 37641 Tel: 426-2405 Email: mafodoo@yahoo.com The Maintenance & Repair Doctor Randy Johnson 840 Hartman Lane Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 620-1128 or 620-8563 Homes & Institutions

Wellmont Health System Nick Adams 1905 American Way Kingsport, TN 37660 Tel: 230-8200 Web Site: www.wellmont.org

Comcare, Inc. Nancy Thiessen 1703 W. Main St. P.O. Box 1885 Greeneville, TN 37744-1885 Tel: 638-3926 Fax: 638-1105

Historic Sites

Free Will Baptist Family Ministries, Inc. Rev. Frank Woods 90 Stanley Lane Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-9449 Fax: 639-5083 Email: info@fwbfm.com Web Site: www.fwbfm.com

Andrew Johnson National Historic Site Lizzie Watts 121 Monument Ave. Greeneville, TN 37743-5552 Tel: 639-3711 Fax: 798-0754 Email: ANJO_Superintendent@

Holston United Methodist Home for Children Art Masker 404 Holston Drive P. O. Box 188 Greeneville, TN 37744-0188 Tel: 638-4171 Fax: 638-7171 Web Site: www.holstonhome.org

Ralph & Brenda Bowers 540 Denver Bowers Lane Chuckey, TN 37641 Tel: 257-5387 Fax: 257-2605 David Crum 142 Maple Crest Drive Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-7721 Email: davidna182@yahoo.com Ken Earl 609 Oak Hills Pkwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-2681 David B. Hawk 407 Crockett Lane Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-8146 Email: rep.david.hawk@legislature.state.tn.us Nathan Holt, County Commissioner 236 Anderson Loop Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 823-2873 Email: commissionerholt@ yahoo.com Rhonda Humbert 175 S. T. Wilhoit Drive Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-3819 Email: rhondahum@comcast.net Chuck Jeffers 204 N. Cutler St., Ste. 222 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-1738 Fax: 798-1741 Email: chuckjeffers@comcast.net James C. (J.C.) Jones 310 Pinecrest Drive Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-5606 Betty C. Justis

Joy Rader Nunnally 204 N. Cutler St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-1726 Glenn D. Renner 104 Reed Ave. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-2814 Email: renner.glenn@yahoo.com Judye Rhea 250 Regency Park Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-3743 Lindy Riley 281 Grapevine Trail Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-9223 Email: lindyriley@comcast.net Sue Ritter 1195 Pigeon Creek Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 552-3020 Email: Sue@SueHRitter.com David Rivers 315 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 602-708-1511 Donell Scarboro 110 Dyer St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-6684 Hilton & Betty Seay 2516 Old Kentucky Road West Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 422-4097 Fax: 422-7607 James S. Shore 1345 Shakerag Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6577 Email: ssmshore@aol.com

Friday, August 30, 2013 151 James F. Smith 155 Veldt Lane Afton, TN 37616 Tel: 639-5793 Jim Smythe 511 E. Main St. Murfreesboro, TN 37130 Tel: 615-896-0765 Fax: 615904-9791 Email: JimSmythe@aol.com Bob R. Southerland 215 Hickory Trail Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-5009 Email: southerlandbr@yahoo. com Wolfgang U. Spendel 1608 W. Allens Bridge Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Email: spewolf@gmail.com Jack Stewart 6652 Blue Springs Pkwy. Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 329-4355 Email: bluespringsdc@yahoo. com David Thompson 204 N. Cutler St., Ste. 200 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-1708 Fax: 798-1822 Pam Venerable 101 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 798-1760 Fax: 798-1763 Email: pam@greenecourts.com William Vicory 5010 Balmoral Drive, # 6 Huntsville, GA 35802 Sarah E.T. Webster 1241 Tanglewood Drive Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-7006 Hugh Wells 1807 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-7743 Fax: 636-7639 Margie Douthat Williams 37 W. Ridgefield Ct. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-3755 Bob Windham 1404 Upland Ave. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-8702 Email: bobwindham@comcast. net Industrial & Manufacturing


152 THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK American Greetings Corporation Scott Crawford 101 American Rd. Afton, TN 37616 Tel: 639-7878 Fax: 636-2065 Angus-Palm Industries Brad Ranly 115 Terry Leonard Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-2420 Fax: 798-2425 Email: HRGNV@anguspalm.com B.T.L. Industries Mike Letts 1607 Industrial Rd. P.O. Box 1752 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 638-6171 Fax: 638-2065 C-E Minerals Jim Perry P.O. Box 1540 1625 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37744-1540 Tel: 787-2512 Fax: 423-7872517 Email: lpendleton@ceminerals. com Web Site: www.ceminerals.com CrownTonka Walk-Ins Larry Gothard 140 T. Elmer Cox Drive Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-8565 Fax: 638-2583 CVN Vooner Paper Machinery Randy Broce 475 T. Elmer Cox Drive P.O. Box 129 Greeneville, TN 37744-0129 Tel: 638-2211 Fax: 638-8805 Email: info@cvnvooner.com Delfasco, LLC Randy Shipley 1945 Scott Farm Rd. Afton, TN 37616 Tel: 639-6191 Fax: 639-1160 Web Site: www.delfasco.com Donaldson Company, Inc. Everett Haynie 115 Rockwell Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-4154 Fax: 639-3909 Email: everett.haynie@donaldson.com Web Site: www.donaldson.com DTR Tennessee, Inc. Randy Rumbley 199 Pottertown Rd. Midway, TN 37809 Tel: 422-4454 Fax: 422-4654 East Tennessee Forest Products Elliott E. Stott 945 Bob White Trail, Mosheim,

TN 37818 P. O. Box 305 Greeneville, TN 37744-0305 Tel: 422-7134 Fax: 422-9306 East Tennessee Manufacturing Services, Inc. Timothy Van Horn 2455 Snapps Ferry Rd. P.O. Box 967 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5759 Fax: 639-8791 Email: etmstim@embarqmail. com Eastman Chemical Company CeeGee McCord P.O. Box 431 Kingsport, TN 37662 Tel: 229-6974 Fax: 229-8280 Endot Industries, Inc. Larry Hicks 400 Bohannon Ave. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-8241 Fax: 639-3722 HUF North America Shane Patterson 395 T. Elmer Cox Drive Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 787-8500 Fax: 787-8621 Email: mmyers@hufna.com Web Site: www.huf-group.com Jarden Zinc Products Tom Wennogle 2500 Old Stage Rd. P.O. Box 1890 Greeneville, TN 37744-1890 Tel: 639-8111 Fax: 639-3125 John Deere Power Products Jeff Hollett 1630 Hal Henard Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 787-6100 Fax: 636-1772 LMR Plastics Bob Leonard P.O. Box 1448 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 639-9141 Fax: 639-3145 Email: info@lmrplastics.com Web Site: www.lmrplastics.com MECO Mark Proffitt 1500 Industrial Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-1171 Fax: 639-2570 Web Site: www.meco.net Miller/Greeneville, Inc. Rhonda Banks 711 Campbell Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-6160 Fax: 798-0822 Email: rbanks@millerind.com Web Site: www.millerind.com

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MINCO, Inc. Mike McCullough 510 Midway Circle Midway, TN 37809 Tel: 422-6051 Fax: 422-4802 Monk Industries, Inc. Frances Monk 315 W. Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-7124 Email: kermit@monkindustries. com Web Site: www.monkindustries. com OldcastleBuildingEnvelope Fred Derochers 920 Pottertown Rd. Midway, TN 37809 Tel: 422-9901 Fax: 422-9926 Packaging Services Inc. of Tennessee Scott Sallah P.O. Box 1388 Greeneville, TN 37744-1388 Tel: 787-7711 Fax: 787-7771

Email: buddyy@MECO.net Web Site: www.unaka.com US Nitrogen Erin Chandler 471 Pottertown Rd. Midway, TN 37809 Tel: 422-2040 Fax: 422-2050 Web Site: www.usnitrogen.com

Gary L. Bowers 60 Davy Crockett Park Rd. Limestone, TN 37861 Tel: 257-2051 Fax: 257-4821 Email: abrown@profileproducts. com Web Site: www.profileproducts. com Insurance & Related Services

Vulcan Materials Company Ed Everett 400 Deneen Lane Kingsport, TN 37662-1639 Tel: 245-4136 Fax: 246-2425 Industrial & Manufacturing Machining & Tooling Precision Machine & Welding Bob Cutshall 175 Holder Rd. Afton, TN 37616 Tel: 638-9000 Fax: 638-9033 Web Site: www.precisionmw. com

Aflac District Office Brian Broyles 111 Village Drive, Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 546-4382 Fax: 207-4840 Email: brian_broyles@us.aflac. com Allstate/The Call Agency Lori Call 1141 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-1069 Fax: 787-0784 Email: a046917@allstate.com

Industrial Sales, Supplies & Services

Andrew Johnson Insurance & Investment Services Brian Click 913 Tusculum Blvd. P. O. Box 1480 Greeneville, TN 37744-1480 Tel: 638-3161 Fax: 638-9527 Email: bclick@ajbankins.com Web Site: www.ajbankins.com

Fastenal William Martin 730 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-3622 Fax: 638-5913 Email: tngre@stores.fastenal. com Web Site: www.fastenal.com

Bird, Isbell & Associates DeAnna B. Blair 911 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5121 Fax: 798-6856 Email: birdisbell@embarqmail. com Web Site: www.birdisbell.com

Revstone/MPI LLC Scott Dinger 2460 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-0051 Fax: 639-2154 Email: sdinger@revstone.com

Holston Gases Randy Harville P.O. Box 127 Morristown, TN 37814 Tel: 586-8011 Fax: 587-6958

RPC Specialty Coatings, Inc. Alma Calkin 310 T. Elmer Cox Drive Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 787-0057 Fax: 787-0271 Email: contact@rpccoatings.com Web Site: www.rpccoatings.com

Industrial Supply Company, Inc. Van Brooks 925 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-1717 Fax: 787-9390 Email: isco925@embarqmail. com

CrestPoint Health Sharon Dicorato 208 Sunset Drive, Ste. 101 Johnson City, TN 37604 Tel: 952-2116 Fax: 282-1216 Email: sharon.dicorato@crestpointhealth.com

Scepter Greeneville, Inc. Nate Sutherlen 1230 Pottertown Road Midway, TN 37809 Tel: 422-4731 Fax: 422-7857

Southeastern Crate Service Center James Fender Hal Henard Rd. P.O. Box 416 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 639-0187 Fax: 639-2504

Parker Hannifin Ryan Schroeder 2745 Snapps Ferry Rd. P.O. Box 1790 Greeneville, TN 37744-1790 Tel: 639-8151 Fax: 787-2406 Premium Waters, Inc. Don Myers 1616 Industrial Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-0236 Fax: 787-0790 Web Site: www.premiumwaters. com

Unaka Buddy Yonz 1500 Industrial Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 278-1443 Fax: 639-1663

Quality Machine Products, Inc. Jeff Bullock 108 Mimosa Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-9771 Fax: 639-1719

Insulation & Hydrospray Mulch Profile Products, LLC

Farm Bureau Insurance Pamela Renner 195 Tusculum Bypass Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-2305 Fax 639-8303 Email: pamela.renner@tfbf.com Greene County Farm Bureau Trey Youngblood 1431 W. Main St. P. O. Box 38 Greeneville, TN 37744-0038 Tel: 639-7212 Fax: 639-7215 Greene County Farmers Mutual Insurance Donald Swanay

110 S. Main St. P. O. Box 156 Greeneville, TN 37744-0156 Tel: 638-3652 McInturff, Milligan & Brooks Insurance Agency Charles S. Brooks 237 W. Summer St. P. O. Box 1600 Greeneville, TN 37744-1600 Tel: 639-5171 Fax: 639-7129 Peake Insurance David B. Peake 2255 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-0288 Fax: 639-3806 Email: dbpeake@comcast.net Web Site: www.peakeinsurance. net Price & Ramey Insurance of Greeneville Kathy Clemmer 615 W. Main St., Ste. 101 Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-4355 Fax: 639-5013 Email: kclemmer@priceramey. com State Farm Insurance Lisa Shepherd Crum 2195 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5150 Fax: 639-6288 State Farm Insurance Jaron Snoeyenbos 1319 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-0353 State Farm Insurance Tommy Haun 1137 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5721 Fax: 639-3373 Trinity Benefit Advisors, Inc. Tony Stubbs 4823 Old Kingston Pike, Ste. 205 Knoxville, TN 37919 Tel: 865-531-9898 Fax: 865531-2290 Email: tony.stubbs@trinityben. com Web Site: www.trinityben.com West Greene Insurance & Tax Service, Inc. David Niehoff 2815 Newport Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-2925 Fax: 798-2095 Email: dniehoff1955@yahoo.com Web Site: www.westgreeneinsurance.com Internet & Computer Services


www.greenevillesun.com greenevillesun.com Brian Cutshall 123 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 798-0545 Fax: 638-6273 Email: brian.cutshall@greenevillesun.com Janitorial Supply The Ford System, Inc. John Harrison/Lou McDonald 402 E. Sullivan St. Kingsport, TN 37660 Tel: 247-4107 Fax: 247-4108 Email: sales@fordsystem.com Web Site: www.fordjanitorialsystem.com Jewelry Legacy Fine Jewelers Faye Barnes 1339 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-8157 Fax: 638-8157 Email: legacyfinejewelers@ embarqmail.com Jewelry Repair The Jewelry Bench Thomas D. Paxton 3145D E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 525-4201 Email: tom@jewelrybench.comcastbiz.net Job Training East Tennessee State University/ Families First Connie Adams 311 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-5147 Fax: 638-6258 Kennels, Boarding, Grooming & Training All Creatures Country Club Dwight and Katherine Rollins 345 Kitchen Branch Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-2920 Fax: 800-8876592 Email: allcreaturescountryclub@ gmail.com Web Site: www.greatandsmall. net Country Side Kennel Judy Winckler 201 Church Hill Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-1102 Fax: 638-1102 Email: countrysidekennel@ymail. com Web Site: www.countrysideken-

THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK nel.org Landscaping, Nurseries & Lawn Care Heritage Lawn Care Robin F. Schell 745 Park Lane Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 798-9494 Fax: 798-9555 Email: info@heritagegardenstn. com Web Site: info@heritagegardenstn.com Land Surveyors Appalachian Surveying Consultants Brian T. Bartlett 160 Deerchase Lane Chuckey, TN 37641 Tel: 525-7044 Email: bbartlett@appalachiansurvey.com Web Site: www.appalachiansurvey.com Miller Land Surveying, LLC Jeffery A. Miller 905 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-7878 Fax: 787-2018 Email: jamiller@mls-llc.com Web Site: www.mls-llc.com Lawn & Garden Supplies Broyles General Store David Broyles 730 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-8197 Fax: 525-4834 Email: bbroyles3@aol.com Limousine Services Royal Carriage Limousines R. Shannon Johnson 1013 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 329-6697 Email: royalcarriagelimo@gmail. com

1790 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-4185 Fax: 639-7280 Email: comfortinngreenevilletn@ yahoo.com Web Site: www.comfortinn.com/ hotel/tn324

Media Executive Inn Aarti Patel 50 Speedway Lane Bulls Gap, TN 37711 Tel: 235-9111 Fax: 235-9111 General Morgan Inn and Conference Center Bob Cantler 111 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 787-1000 Fax: 787-1001 Web Site: www.generalmorganinn.com Hampton Inn Satish Hira 3130 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-3735 Fax: 638-4413 Web Site: www.hometown.aol. com\hampton\grvtn\myhomepage\business Quality Inn Lisa Douthat 3160 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-7511 Fax: 638-8956 Round Table Offices, LLC Linda Crum 1104 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-2275 Fax: 638-1025 Email: lindac@roundtableoffices. com Web Site: www.unaka.com Log Home Sales Cedar Haven Log Homes Bruce F. Coakley Sr. 1980 Main St. Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 422-4432 Fax: 422-0012 Email: ein111@embarqmail.com

Lodging Manufactured Homes Andrew Johnson Inn Jay Patel 2145 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-8124 Fax: 638-8125 Charray Inn Jay & Chetna Patel 121 Serral Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-1331 Fax: 639-5289 Comfort Inn Angie Dickenson

Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5101 Fax: 639-4341 Email: eric.hall@claytonhomes. com Web Site: www.claytonhomesofgreeneville.com

East Tennessee Land & Home Teresa Uhls 500 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 525-5333 Fax: 525-5334 Email: info@etnlandhome.com Web Site: www.etnlandhome. com Clayton Homes Eric Hall 395 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy.

Charter Media Barry Wilson 1104 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 112 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-9783 Fax: 787-9793 Metal Roof Installers Ray Christian & Sons Metal Roofing Ray Christian 110 Stockton Rd. Chuckey, TN 37641 Tel: 552-1097 Email: rchristianmetal@yahoo. com Web Site: www.RayChristiaMetal RoofInstaller.com Monuments Tusculum Monument Company Richard Jeffers 111 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-5546 Monuments & Cemetery Refurbishing Greene County Monument Jennifer Roe 415 Banks St., Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 525-4016 Fax: 525-4019 Email: jroe@greenecountymonument.com Web Site: www.greenecountymonument.com Mortgage Advisors Stonegate Mortgage Corporation Delores “Dee” Bardes 10368 Wallace Alley St., Ste. 5 Kingsport, TN 37663 Tel: 477-9363 Email: dbardes@stonegatemtg. com Web Site: www.stonegatemtg. com/dbardes Museums City Garage Car Museum Bettye Anne Bewley 210 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-6971 Fax: 638-2969 Email: bewleybabb@aol.com Web Site: www.citygaragecarmu-

seum.com Newspapers & Publications The Greeneville Sun Steve Harbison 121 W. Summer St. P. O. Box 1630 Greeneville, TN 37744-1630 Tel: 638-4181 Fax: 638-3645 Non-Profit/Retail Goodwill of Tenneva Bob Miller 3190 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-7062 Email: bob@goodwilltnva.org Non-Profit Organizations Community Center of Hope Matthew McCloskey 5035 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 P.O. Box 665 Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 765-5654 Email: mattm@cchgc.org Web Site: www.cchgc.org Evergreen Life Services Dr. Wyndi Patterson 1017 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 620-3518 Fax: 218-1258 Email: wpatterson@epmi.org Web Site: www.epmi.org Greene County Habitat for Humanity Vicki Culbertson P.O. Box 1824 Greeneville, TN 37744-1824 Tel: 638-3838 Greeneville City Schools Education Foundation Allison Adams 129 W. Depot St. P.O. Box 1420 Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 823-0001 Email: education.foundation@ gcschools.net Web Site: www.facebook.com/ gcs.educationfoundation Moose Lodge #692 J. B. Johnson 728 Kiser Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-4881 Fax: 638-4881 Email: moose692@embarqmail. com Relay for Life of Greene County Elise Allen, ACS 508 Princeton Rd., Ste. 102

Friday, August 30, 2013 153 Johnson City, TN 37601 Tel: 975-0635 Fax: 283-7112 Email: elise.allen@cancer.org Web Site: www.relayforlife.org/ greenetn Volunteer Center of Greeneville/ Greene County Mary Fitzpatrick 100 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-9341 Fax: 639-2299 Email: volctr@embarqmail.com Office Equipment & Service BMC Office Technology Tim Suder 3132 Morris Ave. Knoxville, TN 37909 Tel: 865-525-4262 Fax: 865522-4484 Email: tsuder@4bmc.com Web Site: www.4bmc.com Office Supplies, Furniture & Equipment Evans Office Supply Todd Coffey 1600 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Morristown, TN 37814 Tel: 800-421-0797 Fax: 5818243 Oil Changes Lube Express Jeff Stills 1370 Tusculum Blvd., Greeneville, TN 37745 565 Asheville Hwy., Greeneville, TN 37743 Mailing: P.O. Box 926 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 638-3145, 798-1912, 6362669 Fax: 638-3203 Email: susanhensley@greenevilleoil.com Web Site: www.greenevilleoil. com Oil Companies Allen Petroleum Company Carol Allen 1014 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-2173 Fax: 636-1842 Email: allenpetro@comcast.net Greeneville Oil & Petroleum, Inc. Allen Johnson 860 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. P. O. Box 926 Greeneville, TN 37744-0926 Tel: 638-3145 Fax: 638-3203


154 THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK Mountain Empire Oil Company Ralph Fellers 3583 W. Market St. P.O. Box 5998 Johnson City, TN 37602 Tel: 928-7241 Fax: 928-8553 Pilot Corporation James Haslam II P.O. Box 10146 Knoxville, TN 37939-0146 Tel: 865-588-7487 Rogers Petroleum, Inc. John Yeager P.O. Box 1714 Morristown, TN 37816 Tel: 581-7460 Fax: 581-1153 Email: jyeager@rogerspetro.com Web Site: www.rogerspetro.com Ophthalmologists, Optometrists, Opticians Dr. John K. Clement, O.D. 1539 Industrial Rd., #A Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-8856 Fax: 639-8227 Email: clemeyedoc@msn.com Web Site: www.oldstageeyecare. com East View Eye Care Bradford M. Emde, OD Shelly F. Shaw, OD 1000 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 4 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-8128 Fax: 798-9204 Email: dremde@eastvieweyecare. com Web Site: www.eastvieweyecare. com Oral Surgeons Brad S. Johnson, DMD, PLLC Janice Hurst 703 K St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6769 Fax: 638-3635 Web Site: www.etoms.com Orthodontists Bradshaw & Hathaway John Hathaway 128 Serral Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-3132 Fax: 929-8111 Email: smiles@bracesbhb.com Web Site: www.bracesbhb.com Greeneville Orthodontics Ben Haws, DDS 151 Mason St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-3196

411 Industries Rita Malone 1301 Old Newport Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-1777 Email: rita411@yahoo.com Web Site: www.411industries. com Packaging Solutions Dakota Packaging Solutions Steve Hartness 170 Heritage Rd., P.O. Box 97 Limestone, TN 37681 Tel: 257-7828 Fax: 257-7728 Paint & Wall Coverings Paintin’ Place LLC Gary Dale Parman 809 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-3122 Fax: 639-8210 Email: daleparman@aol.com Painting/Residential & Commercial Gardner Paint Services, Inc. Rodney Conduff P.O. Box 5096 Johnson City, TN 37602 Tel: 928-8351 Fax: 928-0322 Email: rodney@gardnerpaint.com Web Site: www.gardnerpaint. com Parks Kinser Park Shari Oster 650 Kinser Park Lane Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-5912 Email: rexandshari@aol.com Web Site: www.kinserpark.com Pawn Shops Summer Street Pawn Shop Michael Cansler 510 Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-4447 Performing Arts Niswonger Performing Arts Center Tom Bullard P.O. Box 727 212 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-1328 Fax: 638-1346 Box Office: 638-1679 Petroleum Equipment Distributor

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Pharmacies

Frost Chiropractic Center Stephanie Frost, D.C. 1128 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. C Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-9710 Fax: 798-9722

Atchley Drug Center Will Giddings 511 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-5155 Fax: 639-2476 Central Drug Store Cindy Fisher 239 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-4711 Fax: 638-3311 Corley’s Pharmacy A.B. Corley 1004 Snapps Ferry Rd. P.O. Box 874 Greeneville, TN 37744-0874 Tel: 638-7552 Fax: 638-2552 Email: rxcorley@comast.net Greene County Drug Store Benji Cox 906 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-7101 Fax: 638-9105 Email: gcdrug@embarqmail.com The Medicine Shoppe Matthew Epling 6766 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy, #2 Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 422-2829 Fax: 422-2827 Email: 1994@medicineshoppe. com Web Site: www.medicineshoppe. com/mosheim Walgreens #7049 Jason Fuller 1650 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-4889 Email: mgr.07049@store.walgreens.com Web Site: www.walgreens.com Walgreens #11907 William W. Ritchey 104 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 636-8335 Email: mgr.11907@store.walgreens.com Web Site: www.walgreens.com Phone Directories Yellowbook Kim Gray 4138 Bristol Hwy. Johnson City, TN 37601 Tel: 262-0006 Fax: 262-0009 Email: kim.gray@yellowbook.

Physicians/Chiropractors

John Hamilton, DC 1119 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-2233 Fax: 638-9972 Email: drhamilton@drjohnhamilton.com Snelson Chiropractic Bryon K. Snelson 510 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-1431 Fax: 639-0827 Email: bryon_snelson@msn.com Physicians & Surgeons Allergy, Asthma & Sinus Center Ashley Leonard 1410 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 2300 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 823-5190 Fax: 823-5193 Web Site: www.allergyasc.com Doctor’s Office Charles Montgomery, MD, Rufus Breckenridge, MD, Andy Roberts, MD 109 E. Church St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-4131 Fax: 638-9237 East Tennessee Pulmonary & Sleep Medicine Mandeep Bakshi, MD 1404 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 2200 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-8052 Fax: 798-8055 Email: etpsm@embarqmail.com Greeneville Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists, MPLLC Beth Graham 1410 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 2500, MOB 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-1291 Fax: 638-9398 Greeneville Internal Medicine Dr. Maynard Austin, Dr. Thomas Beckner, Dr. Joe Austin, Dr. Joseph Scott, Dr. James Rodgers, Leah Rodgers Moore, PA 1404 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 3100 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-4114 Fax: 638-1605 Greeneville Orthopaedic Clinic, PC

Dr. Richard Pectol, Dr. John L. Freeman, Christopher Castle, NP, Alvin Murphy, PA 223 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-2103 Fax: 639-1642

DO 1404 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 3000 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 783-7965 Fax: 783-7970 Email: tlisenby@summithealthcare.com

Greeneville Pediatric Clinic Dr. Doug Cobble, Dr. Walter Ashe 221 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-6050 Fax: 787-6054

Unity Urology M.O.B. # 3 Jason Carter, M.D. 1404 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. #2000 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-4046 Fax: 638-4295 Email: info@unityurology.com Web Site: www.unityurology.com

Kids First Pediatrics R.S. McGill, DO, & Laurie Trosin, MD 5000 Monarch Pointe Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-6630 Fax: 798-6633 Laughlin Medical Group/General Surgery Dr. Mark Patterson, Dr. Stephen Flohr, Dr. Natalie Scott 1410 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 1700 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-7100 Fax: 787-7109 PATMOS EmergiClinic Dr. Robert Berry 1231 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-9970 Fax: 639-4281 Email: rsberrymd@gmail.com Web Site: www.patmosemergiclinic.com E. Brad Strange, MD 701 Professional Plaza Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-7141 Fax: 639-5241 Summit Family Medicine & Occupational Health Services Jaime Oakley, MD 1404 Tusculum Blvd., MOB #3, Ste. 2300 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-2161 Fax: 787-1904 Tennessee Cancer Specialists, PLLC Melissa Knight 1410 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 2200 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-0243 Fax: 639-0628 Email: dharmenpatel@yahoo. com Web Site: www.tncancer.com Dr. Philip Thwing 400 Y St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-0707 639-0345 Email: pthwing@summithealthcare.com Tusculum Family Physicians Carla Nickle, DO, Ken Nickle,

Women’s Center of Greeneville, PC Harry C. Nelson, MD FACOG, Jo Lynn Hawthorne, MD FACOG, Karin Small, MD 1021 Coolidge St., Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 636-2300 Fax: 636-0348 Email: womenscenter@onemain. com Plumbing Brooks & Malone Plumbing Contractors David Brooks 3260 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-9164 Fax: 798-9720 Email: dbrooksbuilders@earthlink.net Web Site: www.brooksbuilders. net Kenny Pipe & Supply Paul Langston 2512 Wesley St. Johnson City, TN 37601 Tel: 915-1267 Fax: 915-1268 Email: apenley@kennypipe.com Web Site: www.kennypipe.com Midway Construction Company, Inc. Jeff Moore P.O. Box 235 Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 422-1601 Fax: 422-1602 Plumbing, HVAC & Industrial Supplies Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Ronald D. Weathers 50 Marley Drive Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 783-0074 Fax: 783-0143 Email: ronald.weathers@ferguson.com Web Site: www.ferguson.com Print Cartridges Cartridge World Larry W. England


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Printing, Graphics & Business Forms

Public Housing Rentals

Artistic Printers Lisa & Terry Webb 2475 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-4316 Fax: 639-4162

Greeneville Housing Authority Rebecca M. Adams P.O. Box 279 Greeneville, TN 37744-0279 Tel: 638-3111 Fax: 638-2489 Publishing

Interstate Graphics of Morristown, Inc. Herman Knight P.O. Box 14244 947 E. Brentwood Drive Morristown, TN 37814 Tel: 888-343-0111 Email: interstate@musfiber.com Web Site: www.igimorristown. com Stafford Custom Graphics, LLC Jay Stafford P.O. Box 355 1903 Highway 11E Jonesborough, TN 37659 Tel: 753-6911 Fax: 753-6900 Email: jstafford@staffordcustomgraphics.com Web Site: www.staffordcustomgraphics.com Superior Business Associates Stan Ritter 800 W. Irish St. P.O. Box 400 Greeneville, TN 37744-0400 Tel: 787-6000 Fax: 787-6010 Teague Printing Company Ned Sanders 210 W. Church St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-4551 Fax: 638-3927 TriAngle Press Hal Wisecarver 4050 N. Mohawk Rd. Mohawk, TN 37810 Tel: 235-5587 Fax: 235-4210 Email: tbstp@comcast.net Propane Marsh Petroleum Oil Company, Inc. Chris Marsh 253 Baileyton Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-7226 Fax: 639-8811 Property Valuations Property Valuations David Harris

Choice Directory Darrell Bryan 1211 Christy Court Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 552-6049 Email: darrellbryan@choicedirectory.net Web Site: www.choicedirectory. com Race Tracks Bristol Motor Speedway Mironda White 151 Speedway Blvd. Bristol, TN 37620 Tel: 989-6900 Fax: 764-0220 Web Site: www.bristolmotorspeedway.com Volunteer Speedway Phyllis Loven 221 Shady View Rd. Kingsport, TN 37660 Tel: 378-5942 Fax: 378-3473 Web Site: www.volunteerspeedway Radio Stations WGRV/WIKQ/WSMG Ronnie Metcalfe P.O. Box 278 Greeneville, TN 37744-0278 Tel: 638-4147 Fax: 638-1979 Email: news@greeneville.com Real Estate Rentals JAC Investments Michael Harrell P.O. Box 488 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 620-1788 Fax: 638-4962 Real Estate Sales Jackie Behymer/Century 21 Legacy 2040 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 552-3586 Fax: 888-8297485 Email: jackie.behymer@live.com

Web Site: www.jackiebehymer. com Century 21 Home Team Ted Hensley, Billie Guthrie 502 E. Jackson Blvd. Jonesborough, TN 37659 Tel: 788-0111 Fax: 788-0069 Email: ted.hensley@century21. com Web Site: www.c21hometm.com Century 21 Legacy Jamie Skeen, Gail Landers, Mark Williams, Brian McAmis, Lois Smith, Donna Fillers, Jeff Brooks, Sammy Atlasy, Jessica Lutz, Olivia Lodge 2040 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6781 Fax: 639-0851 Web Site: www.myc21legacy. com Coldwell Banker Associated Realty Group Sharon Lillie, Danny Rigsby 11334 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6116 Fax: 639-0376 Email: office@cbarg1.com Web Site: www.coldwellbanker. com East Tennessee Realty Services Ralph W. Roderick 840 Bandy Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-6395 Fax: 888-6638075 Email: etrsoffice@comcast.net Web Site: www.easttennesseerealtyservices.com Hometown Realty of Greeneville Brad A. Johnston 514 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-2345 Fax: 639-2387 Email: bandg89@gmail.com Web Site: www.hometownofgreeneville.com Gwen Lilley/Century 21 Legacy 2040 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 329-6781 Fax: 639-0851 Email: gwenlilley@aim.com Web Site: www.gwenlilley.com Mike McNeese/Century 21 Legacy 2040 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 552-5330 Fax: 1-888-3232805 Email: mike@mikemcneese.com Web Site: www.mikemcneese. com

Mountcastle Corporation John Marshall P.O. Box 4034 Johnson City, TN 37602 Tel: 282-6141 Fax: 282-6148 Email: johnm@mountcastlecorporation.com Web Site: www.mountcastlecorporation.com Preferred Properties of East Tennessee, Inc. Joe & Lucia Fillers 1230 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 783-0051 Email: info@preferredpropertieseasttn.com Web Site: www.preferredpropertieseasttn.com Realty Executives Regie Jones 818 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-3465 Fax: 639-3484 Email: regiejones@gmail.com Web site: www.realtyexecutivesgreeneville.com Southern Pride Realty Teresa Jones 1104 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 314 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-1200 Fax: 877-7957511 Email: julie@southernpriderealty. com Sunbridge Realty Cathy Hooper, David Hooper, Tom Gregory, Linda Rozar 3509 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-9050 Fax: 639-9052 Toll Free: 1-866-832-3816 Email: sunbridge@realestateingreeneville.com Web Site: www.realestateingreeneville.com TCI Group Andy Burke 300 E. Main St., Ste. 404 Johnson City, TN 37601 Tel: 915-0911 Fax: 915-1043 Email: waburke33@gmail.com Web Site: www.tcigroup.com Tri County Real Estate, LLC Renee Dunbar 90 McIntosh Lane Bulls Gap, TN 37711 Tel: 235-5550 Fax: 235-9755 Email: tcrenow@gmail.com Web Site: www.tcrealestateonline.com Real Estate Sales, Auctions

Carter Real Estate & Auction Company John Carter 444 E. Bernard Ave. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-7856 Fax: 639-8098 Greeneville Real Estate & Auction Team Bill Brown 431 E. Bernard Ave., Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 525-5341 Fax: 525-5345 Web Site: www.greenevilleteam. com Real Estate Sales & Builders Safe Harbour Real Estate & Builders Jeff Irvine 2230 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 552-7555 Fax: 588-5047 Email: jeffirvine@yahoo.com Web Site: www.safeharbourrealestate.com Real Estate Sales, Property Management Parrish Properties Debbie Wilson 1105 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-0164 Fax: 638-2061 Email: dcornelius@parrishmanagement.com Village Green Robert H. Bailey 45 Laurel Gap Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 234-344 Real Estate Sales, Rentals Accurate Realty, Inc. Wayne Ailshie, Sam Riley 132 W. Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 787-0001 Fax: 787-0770 Email: accuraterealty@embarqmail.com Bewley Properties, Inc. Kent Bewley 615 W. Main St. P.O. Box 459 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 638-6971 Fax: 638-2969 Email: bewleykd@aol.com

Friday, August 30, 2013 155 East Tennessee Iron & Metal, Inc. Jason Putnal Hwy. 66, Bulls Gap 37711 P. O. Box 460 Rogersville, TN 37857 Tel: 235-4119 Fax: 235-4149 Web Site: www.easttniron.com Greeneville Iron & Metals Jeff Collins 315 Old Stage Rd. P.O. Box 1718 Greeneville, TN 37744-1718 Tel: 639-1562 Fax: 798-8988 Web Site: www.greenevilleironandmetals.com Scrap Guy Jeff Collins P.O. Box 1718 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 798-8984 Web Site: www.scrap-guy.com West Main Recycling Rocky Luster 1310 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Mailing: P.O. Box 574 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 639-2018 Email: westmainrecycling@ gmail.com Rentals Funville, Inc. Robbie Britton P.O. Box 2457 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 638-9818 Email: robbie@funvilleisfun.com Web Site: www.funvilleisfun.com Grand Rental Station Danny Venerable 2215 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6160 Fax: 636-8860 Rentals/Retail Towne & Country Event Rentals & Venues Carol Brown 201 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-4268 Fax: 638-5092 Email: tcervstore@centurylink. net Web Site: www.towneandcountryrentalsandvenues.vpweb.com

Recycling/Waste Services Residential Morgages Allied Waste Services Scott Barrett 2825 Carters Valley Rd. Church Hill, TN 37642-6186 Tel: 345-3000 Fax: 357-3680

Mortgage Investors Group Joyce Keisling 3145 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745


156 THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK Tel: 588-5341 Fax: 588-5269 Email: joyce.keisling@migonline. com Web Site: www.joyceskeisling. com Restaurants, Food Services Angeez Sweet Shop Angie Lawson 1154 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 972-7354 Email: angeez@angeezcatering. com

Web Site: www.Fatzcafe.com KFC Charles W. Middleton 1701 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 P. O. Box 1210 Elizabethton, TN 37644-1210 Tel: 423-543-4626 Little Top Drive-Thru Keith W. Paxton 507 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-9800 Email: keithwpaxton@gmail.com

Email: tlandeck@pizzainngreeneville.com Plum Natural Health Food Store & Vegetarian Deli John Campbell 1720 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Email: hislovingtouch77@aol. com Tel: 787-7782 Fax: 787-7782 The Salsa’s Restaurant Javier Olivares 625 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 787-0800 Fax: 787-0800 Email: javsb1@gmail.com

Bojangles’ Famous Chicken & Biscuits Tina Burton 3240 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-1021 Email: tinaburton74@yahoo.com Web Site: www.greateatsatbos. com

McDonald’s Brian Grubb 107 Austin St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-3277 Email: brian.grubb@us.mcd.com Restaurants, Food Services

Captain D’s Seafood Kitchen Harold Moore 245 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6311

McDonald’s Brian Grubb 504 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 377435 Tel: 636-2673 Email: brian.grubb@us.mcd.com Restaurants, Food Services

Stan’s Bar-B-Q Stan Fortner Kim Fortner 2620 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-0017 Web Site: www.stansbbq.com

Dairy Queen of Greeneville Sandra Kesterson 3630 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 P.O. Box 10 Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 525-5109 Email: skesterson@dqgreeneville.com

McDonald’s Brian Grubb 3755 Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-8976 Email: brian.grubb@us.mcd.com Restaurants, Food Services

Sweet CeCe’s David Emmett 1337 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-2323 Email: redmercedes2003@ yahoo.com Web Site: www.sweetceces.com

Davy Crockett TA Travel Center Jason Brandon/Richard Brandon 195 Van Hill Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 234-4451 Fax: 234-6201 Email: tagreenevilleweb@gmail. com Web Site: www.tagreeneville.com

McDonald’s Brian Grubb 35 Speedway Lane Bulls Gap, TN 37711 Tel: 235-7000 Email: brian.grubb@us.mcd.com Restaurants, Food Services

Diamond House Henry Lam 650 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6440

McDonald’s Brian Grubb 2760 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5561 Email: brian.grubb@us.mcd.com Restaurants, Food Services

Fat Boyz Anthony Carter 3124 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 787-0504 Email: christy15carter@yahoo. com

Pal’s #06 Willis Shaffer 1335 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-7555 Fax: 638-7555 Email: wshaffer@palsweb.com Web Site: www.palsweb.com

Fatz Café Tammie Gass 3140 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-9090 Fax: 787-0843

Pizza Inn of Greeneville Tim Landeck 275 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-2000

Sno-Biz of Greeneville Josephine Cutshaw 144 Marshall Lane. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-2640 Fax: 638-2640

Sysco Knoxville Adam Wagner 900 Tennessee Ave. Knoxville, TN 37921 Tel: 423-914-4597 Fax: 865545-5690 Email: wagner.adam@knox. sysco.com Web Site: www.sysco.com The Tannery Downtown Donna McInturff 117 E. Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-2772 Restoration Servpro Shanel Loveless 65 Stone Dam Rd. Chuckey, TN 37641 Tel: 638-1104 Fax: 638-1626 Email: sloveless@servproofgreeneville.com Web Site: www.servpro.com

Gilley’s Western Store Greg Gilley 7960 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 422-6800 Fax: 422-4689 Email: gilleyswesternstore@ yahoo.com Lowe’s Mike Stout 2375 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-0012 Fax: 639-3812 Email: michael.stout@store. lowes.com Web Site: www.lowes.com Roofing Materials, Metal Fabrication JD Metals Michele Horner 5994 Chuckey Pike Chuckey, TN 37641 Tel: 257-8310 Fax: 257-8442 Email: rick.sls@hotmail.com

Home Instead Senior Care Tracey Kendall 136 Boones St., Ste. 2 Jonesborough, TN 37659 Email: homeinstead-tn@earthlink.net Web Site: www.homeinstead. com

Snyder Signs Adam Miller 2918 Creekmore Drive Johnson City, TN 37601 Tel: 282-6221 Fax: 282-6222 Email: adam@snydersigns.com Web Site: www.snydersigns.com Slaughter Houses/Meat Markets

Septic Services M.C. Septic Services Mark Collins P.O. Box 2666 Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 787-0399 Fax: 525-4773 Email: mcseptic@comcast.net Roto Rooter Mike Harrell P.O. Box 220 Afton, TN 37616 Tel: 639-1221 Fax: 638-4962 Email: duckhunter9@hotmail. com

Snapps Ferry Packing Jack Southerland 5900 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Afton, TN 37616 Tel: 638-7001 Spas/Salons Sculptz Salon & Spa Georgia Redmond 506 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-1900 Email: sculptzsalon_spa@comcast.net Web Site: www.sculptzspa.com

Shipping & Printing RV Dealers Tri-Am RV Center of East Tennessee Amy M. Perkins 1202 Idell Rd. Bulls Gap, TN 37711 Tel: 235-1167 Fax: 235-1176 Email: ryan@triamrv.com Web Site: www.triamrv.com RV Parks Baileyton RV Park & Driving Range Patricia Linn 7485 Horton Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 234-4992 Fax: 234-4992 Email: patricialinn@mac.com Web Site: www.baileytonrvpark. com Screen Printing East Tennessee Promotions Scott Bullington 1149 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-1234 Fax: 636-1234 Security/Janitorial/Staffing Solutions A Services Group, LLC Walter A. Glenn 1021 Coolidge St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-1016 Email: wglenn@aservicesgroup. com Senior Care

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Package Express Center, Inc. Russell Israel 302 CCU Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-8057 Fax: 800-5700683 Shipping/Documentation Services The UPS Store 5004 Scotty Long 1113 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 798-9992 Fax: 798-9909 Email: store5004@theupsstore. com

Stock Brokers & Financial Planners Edward Jones Investments Bob Gay P.O. Box 817 1104 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 307 Greeneville, TN 37744-0817 Tel: 639-7241 Fax: 888-4405292 Rather & Kittrell Greg McMurry 11905 Kingston Pk. Knoxville, TN 37934 Tel: 865-218-8400 Fax: 865218-8450 Email: gmcmurry@rkcapital.com Web Site: www.rkcapital.com

Shreders Storage Services Shred-It 14201 Hickory Creek Rd. Lenoir City, TN 37772 Tel: 800-697-4733 Fax: 865671-0786 Signs Advantage Sign Co. Stacy Lee 415 Banks St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-9727 Fax: 787-9705 Email: adsignco1@comcast.net Signs Plus Phil Wilhoit/Kritter Malone 708 E. Church St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 636-0087 Fax: 636-9877 Email: signsplustn@centurylink. com

All Volunteer Storage Donnie E. Christian 60 Pruitt Road North Greeneville, TN 37743 Mailing: P.O. Box 16083 Bristol, VA 24209 Tel: 638-1411 Email: dchristian501@yahoo. com Greeneville Mini Warehouses Mark Williams 2040 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6781 Fax: 639-0851 Email: mark.williams@century21. com Greeneville Self Storage Michelle Loven P.O. Box 636


www.greenevillesun.com 1418 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 636-1112 Fax: 636-3075 Web Site: www.greenevilleselfstorage.com T.E.G. Lease Tracy E. Gass 107 Gass Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-2163 Fax: 787-0401 Television Stations WCYB, WEMT, CW Candy Crigger 101 Lee St. Bristol, VA 24201 Tel: 276-821-5250 Fax: 276645-1553 Email: ccrigger@wcyb.com Web Site: www.wcyb.com Tire Sales Double D Tire & Battery Flint Carter 403 Bernard Ave. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-1402 Fax: 525-4199 Email: doubledtire@comcast.net Porter’s Tire Stores, Inc. Chasity Wolfe 914 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-9225 Fax: 586-1863 Email: chasity@porterstire.com Web Site: www.porterstire.com Rusty’s Tire & Alignment Russell P. Ottinger P.O. Box 723 1044 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-7447 Fax: 639-7322 Email: rustystire@embarqmail. com Title & Escrow Services

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Greene County Express Eddie Harmon P.O. Box 775 Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 639-4364

Admiral Propane Melody Maphis 1145 Forest St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-7945 Fax: 639-5968

Travel

Tool & Die

Cruise Planners Kristin Small 765 Henard Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 525-7287 Fax: 855-2789377 Email: ksmall@cruiseplanners. com Web Site: www.worldcruiseplanners.com

Airgas Alan Foulks 1120 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-1281 Fax: 638-4636 Email: alan.foulks@airgas.com Web Site: www.airgas.com

Right Angle Enterprises, Inc. Paul McAfee 111 Mimosa Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-0790 Fax: 638-2153 Email: raei@comcast.net Tool & Die & Precision Sawing J&J Tool & Die Company, Inc. James Joseph 120 Fairgrounds Circle Greeneville, TN 37745 Mailing: P.O. Box 640 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 639-1061 Fax: 639-8064 Email: jljoseph42@embarqmail. com

Quality Trophy & Engraving Mike Burleson Elaine Burleson 3300 W. Market St. Johnson City, TN 37604 Tel: 928-3307 Fax: 928-3323 Trucking

Lynn Hope Towing Lynn Hope 80 Clay Way Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 823-1070

Everhart Transportation, Inc. Cline Everhart 1622 Industrial Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 783-9900 Fax: 639-1633 Email: cline@etitrucking.com

Trailer Sales & Service

Greene County Title Company Judy Robinson 518 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-0683 Fax: 639-9563 Email: judyr@greenecountytitle. com Web Site: www.greenecountytitle.com

Transport

Reliable Title & Escrow, LLC Melissa Neesen 1104 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 301 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-2100 Fax: 638-6100 Email: mneesen@rte-llc.com Web Site: www.rte-llc.com

Greene Coach Company, Inc. Russell W. & Sheila Ooten 126 Bohannon Ave. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-8271 Fax: 638-5541 Email: russ@greenecoach.com Web Site: www.greenecoach. com

Unified Title & Escrow, Inc.

Trophies & Engraving

Towing

C & C Custom Trailers Gina M. Tipton 7090 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Chuckey, TN 37641 Tel: 257-8888 Fax: 257-8889 Email: cccustomtrailers@comcast.net Web Site: www.cccustomtrailers.com

Forward Air Bruce Campbell P. O. Box 1058 Greeneville, TN 37744-1058 Tel: 636-7000 Fax: 636-7274 Transportation

Atmos Energy Tony Hughes 1221 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-1388 Fax: 787-1387

Landair John Tweed 1110 Myers St. P.O. Box 938 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 783-1300 Fax: 636-7274 Trucking & Excavation Hookers Excavation & Trucking Birdie E. Hooker 479 Oasis Rd. Mailing: 522 St. Clair Rd. Bulls Gap, TN 37711 Tel: 235-3165 Fax: 235-3165 Email: williamrhooker@att.net Uniform Rental Unifirst Corporation Justin Lewis 10603 Lexington Drive Knoxville, TN 37932 Tel: 865-675-5453 Fax: 865675-5473 Email: justin_lewis@unifirst.com Web Site: www.unifirst.com Utilities, Related Services

CenturyLink Robert Kricko 210 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-2424 Email: robert.kricko@centurylink. com Comcast Russell Byrd 5720 Asheville Hwy. Knoxville, TN 37924 Tel: 639-0145 or 1-888-6831000 Web Site: www.comcast.com Davis Elliot Company, Inc. Brian Sarrett 4211 Georgia Ave. Nashville, TN 37209 Tel: 615-460-7166 Email: bsarrett@davishelliot.com Glen Hills Utility District Lloyd “Hoot” Bowers P.O. Box 399 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 639-8622 Fax: 639-3260

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Johnny Wilson 205 W. Bernard Ave. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-7788 Fax: 636-8902

antn.com Web Site: www.chasantn.com

Vending Machines, Services

Transport Technologies, LLC Jeff L. Collins P.O. Box 1864 185 Old Stage Rd. Greeneville, TN 37744-1864 Tel: 638-3485 Fax: 639-4808

Professional Vending Doug Fezell P.O. Box 2167 Greeneville, TN 37744-2167 Tel: 639-3188 Fax: 235-5836 Email: dfezell@comcast.net Veterinarians

Waste Services

Web Site Consulting

Greene County Veterinary Medical Center Doug Woolsey 247 Baileyton Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-1621

Rick Whittington Consulting Rick Whittington 117 South 14th St., Ste. 310 Richmond, VA 23219 Tel: 804-335-1477 Email: rick@rickwhittington.com Web Site: www.rickwhittington. com

Video Stores

Welding

Popcorn Video Richard Scull 1260 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-1484

Neas Welding Kim Neas 1133 Forest St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-9551 Fax: 638-9110

Warehousing

Wholesale Distributors

GCS Partnership Jeff Monson 406 N. Irish St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-0990 Fax: 639-0919 Email: jeff@gcspartnership.com

Charles C. Parks Company Gary Pickett P.O. Box 119 Gallatin, TN 37066 Tel: 615-452-2406 Fax: 615451-4212 Email: gary.pickett@ charlescparks.com

J&J Warehousing Jerry Fortner 60 Bridge Burners Rd. Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 422-4481 Warehousing, Distribution & Cartage

H.T. Hackney Company Ross Tutterow P.O. Box 1398 Johnson City, TN 37605-1398 Tel: 926-6175 Fax: 926-9899 Wholesalers

Greeneville Light & Power Company Bill Carroll 110 N. College St. P. O. Box 1690 Greeneville, TN 37744-1690 Tel: 636-6200 Fax: 638-7611 Web Site: www.glps.net

SoPakCo Wesley Keller 102 Coile St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-1163 Fax: 639-7270 Email: wkeller@sopakcotn.com Web Site: www.sopakcotn.com Warehousing/Facility Leasing

Greeneville Water Department Laura White 516 N. Main St. P. O. Box 368 Greeneville, TN 37744-0368 Tel: 638-3148 Fax: 638-3140 Shaw LP Gas

Chasan, LLC Ricky Shepherd 1915 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 620-7800 Fax: 865-5395346 Email: ricky_shepherd@chas-

Sam’s Club 8222 Andrew Weatherford 3060 Franklin Terrace Drive Johnson City, TN 37604 Tel: 282-3360 Fax: 282-4269 Email: asweath.s08222.us@ samsclub.com Web Site: www.samsclub.com


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2013 Membership Directory @Work Personnel Services April Smith 1706 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-7614 Fax: 638-3233 Employment Services 1st Franklin Financial Phil Neas 2317 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. P.O. Box 273 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-0060 Fax: 798-0065 Email: jpn53270@1ffc.com Web Site: www.1ffc.com Financial Institutions, Services 411 Industries Rita Malone 1301 Old Newport Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-1777 Email: rita411@yahoo.com Web Site: www.411industries. com Outsourcing, Rework & Assembly A Services Group, LLC Walter A. Glenn 1021 Coolidge St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-1016 Email: wglenn@aservicesgroup. com Security/Janitorial/Staffing Solutions ABC Daycare Lynnette Malone 208 Majestic Circle Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-2223 Email: lynnettemalone@ymail. com Child Care Services ABC Family Dentistry, PLLC Cynthia Knop, DDS 1018 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-2176 Fax: 639-2177 Dentists & Dental Services Absolute Communications Carolyn Pierson Cook 1880 N. Eastman Rd., Ste. 130 Kingsport, TN 37664 Tel: 246-0336 Fax: 246-2188 Email: info@absolutecom.com Web Site: www.absolutecom.com Advertising/Marketing

AccuForce Staffing Services Crystal Hunley 1202 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. B Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-0467 Fax: 638-0470 Email: greeneville@accuforce.com Web Site: www.accuforce.com Employment Services

Advance Home Care Larry Roberts 1012 Coolidge St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 783-6501 Fax: 798-1269 Email: larry.roberts@advhomecare.org Home Health Care/Hospice

Accurate Realty, Inc. Wayne Ailshie, Sam Riley 132 W. Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 787-0001 Fax: 787-0770 Email: accuraterealty@embarqmail.com Real Estate Sales, Rentals

Advantage Sign Co. Stacy Lee 415 Banks St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-9727 Fax: 787-9705 Email: adsignco1@comcast.net Signs

Ace Hardware Joe Morris 1023 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-6223 Hardware Action Coach of Greeneville Curtis Henry 1113 Tusculum Blvd., PMB 254 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-8802 Fax: 636-8804 Email: curthenry@actioncoach. com Web Site: www.actioncoach. com/curthenry Business Coaching Adams & Plucker, CPAs, PLLP Ray Adams, Loren Plucker, Whitney A. Ball, Kevin L. Ewers 119 S. Main St. P.O. Box 1117 Greeneville, TN 37744-1117 Tel: 639-0151 Fax: 639-0942 Accountants Adkins Family Dentistry, PLLC Donnie Adkins, DMD 600 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-5141 Fax: 638-5131 Email: adkinsfamilydentistry@ gmail.com Web Site: www.adkinsfamilydentistry.net Dentists & Dental Services Admiral Propane Melody Maphis 1145 Forest St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-7945 Fax: 639-5968 Utilities, Related Services

Aflac District Office Brian Broyles 111 Village Drive, Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 546-4382 Fax: 207-4840 Email: brian_broyles@us.aflac. com Insurance & Related Services Air Med Core Network Jason Monday 118 Laurel Acres Ct. Jonesborough, TN 37659 Tel: 444-1853 Email: jason.monday@amch.us Web Site: www.airmedcarenetwork.com Air Ambulances Air Pro Heating & Cooling, Inc. Keith A. Harrison 147 Mason St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5557 Fax: 639-3989 Email: airpro@embarqmail.com Web Site: www.airprohvacinc. com Air Conditioning & Heating Contractors Airgas Alan Foulks 1120 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-1281 Fax: 638-4636 Email: alan.foulks@airgas.com Web Site: www.airgas.com Utilities & Related Services Dot Alexander 2007 Holley Creek Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-5904 Individuals

All Creatures Country Club Dwight and Katherine Rollins 345 Kitchen Branch Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-2920 Fax: 800-8876592 Email: allcreaturescountryclub@ gmail.com Web Site: www.greatandsmall.net Kennels, Boarding, Grooming & Training All Volunteer Storage Donnie E. Christian 60 Pruitt Road North Greeneville, TN 37743 Mailing: P.O. Box 16083 Bristol, VA 24209 Tel: 638-1411 Email: dchristian501@yahoo.com Storage Services Allen Petroleum Company Carol Allen 1014 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-2173 Fax: 636-1842 Email: allenpetro@comcast.net Oil Companies Allergy, Asthma & Sinus Center Ashley Leonard 1410 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 2300 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 823-5190 Fax: 823-5193 Web Site: www.allergyasc.com Physicians & Surgeons Allied Waste Services Scott Barrett 2825 Carters Valley Rd. Church Hill, TN 37642-6186 Tel: 345-3000 Fax: 357-3680 Recycling/Waste Services Allstate/The Call Agency Lori Call 1141 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-1069 Fax: 787-0784 Email: a046917@allstate.com Insurance & Related Services Amedisys – Adventa Hospice Services Mitzi Jones 127 Serral Drive, Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-2707 Fax: 638-4732 Web Site: www.amedisys.com Health Care Facilities & Services

Amedisys Home Health Tessa Woods 1350 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel 638-7389 Fax: 639-9386 Email: twoods5522@amedisys. com Health Care Facilities & Services

Lizzie Watts 121 Monument Ave. Greeneville, TN 37743-5552 Tel: 639-3711 Fax: 798-0754 Email: ANJO_Superintendent@ nps.gov Web Site: www.nps.gov/anjo/ Historic Sites

American Greetings Corporation Scott Crawford 101 American Rd. Afton, TN 37616 Tel: 639-7878 Fax: 636-2065 Industrial & Manufacturing

Angeez Sweet Shop Angie Lawson 1154 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 972-7354 Email: angeez@angeezcatering. com Restaurants, Food Services

American Patriot Bank Gary Shelton 3095 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-1555 Fax: 636-1563 Financial Institutions/Services Anderson Poured Walls Cary Anderson 250 Rockwell Drive Morristown, TN 37813 Tel: 423-307-1267 Fax: 423586-8207 Email: caryanderson@charter.net Web Site: www.andersonpouredwalls.com Construction & Contractors Andrew Johnson Bank Bill Hickerson 124 N. Main St. P.O. Box 907 Greeneville, TN 37744-0907 Tel: 636-3510 Fax: 636-3517 Financial Institutions/Services Andrew Johnson Inn Jay Patel 2145 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-8124 Fax: 638-8125 Lodging Andrew Johnson Insurance & Investment Services Brian Click 913 Tusculum Blvd. P. O. Box 1480 Greeneville, TN 37744-1480 Tel: 638-3161 Fax: 638-9527 Email: bclick@ajbankins.com Web Site: www.ajbankins.com Insurance & Related Services Andrew Johnson National Historic Site

Angus-Palm Industries Brad Ranly 115 Terry Leonard Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-2420 Fax: 798-2425 Email: HRGNV@anguspalm.com Industrial & Manufacturing Antiques Etc. Sharon O’Neal 766 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-1119 Email: antiquesetcso@comcast. net Antiques/Home Décor Appalachian Surveying Consultants Brian T. Bartlett 160 Deerchase Lane Chuckey, TN 37641 Tel: 525-7044 Email: bbartlett@appalachiansurvey.com Web Site: www.appalachiansurvey.com Land Surveyors Artistic Printers Lisa & Terry Webb 2475 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-4316 Fax: 639-4162 Printing, Graphics & Business Forms Atchley Drug Center Will Giddings 511 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-5155 Fax: 639-2476 Pharmacies


www.greenevillesun.com Atmos Energy Tony Hughes 1221 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-1388 Fax: 787-1387 Utilities, Related Services Avon District 1600 Stephanie Boyer 1113 Tusculum Blvd., #256 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 538-1115 or 444-3231 Email: stephanie.boyer@avon. com Web Site: www.youravon.com/ district1600 Direct Sales, Network Marketing Azimuth Engineering, Inc. Daniel Coffey 115 Monroe St. P.O. Box 1466 Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-9191 Fax: 638-3899 Email: mail@azimutheng.net Web Site: www.azimutheng.net Engineers, Surveyors B.T.L. Industries Mike Letts 1607 Industrial Rd. P.O. Box 1752 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 638-6171 Fax: 638-2065 Industrial & Manufacturing Bachman-Bernard Motors Phil Bachman 300 Bachman Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-4141 Fax: 639-0193 Automobile Sales Badcock & More Brian Henriott 1665 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 525-4123 Fax: 525-5058 Email: brian.henriott@badcock. com Web Site: www.badcock.com Furniture & Appliancrs Bailey’s Heat & Air Robert/Carla Bailey 501 E. McKee St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 636-8409 Fax: 636-8409 Air Conditioning & Heating Contractors Town of Baileyton Mayor Tommy Casteel 6530 Horton Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 234-6911 Fax: 234-5442 Government/Local Baileyton RV Park & Driving

Range Patricia Linn 7485 Horton Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 234-4992 Fax: 234-4992 Email: patricialinn@mac.com Web Site: www.baileytonrvpark. com RV Parks Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz Ronald S. Range Jr. 100 Med Tech Pkwy., Ste. 200 P.O. Box 3038 Johnson City, TN 37604 Tel: 928-0181 Fax: 928-5694 Email: rrange@bakerdonelson. com Attorneys, Legal Firms Baker’s Construction Services, Inc. Chad Baker 4533 Highway 11E Bluff City, TN 37618 Tel: 538-4400 Fax: 538-1165 Construction & Contractors Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon, Inc. Andrew Murr 10133 Sherrill Blvd., Ste. 200 Knoxville, TN 37932 Tel: 865-637-2810 Fax: 865673-8554 Web Site: www.bargewaggoner. com Engineers/Architects BB&T Danielle Powelczyk 1604 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-2148 Fax: 639-4011 Financial Institutions/Services Beamer’s Home Improvement John Beamer 4185 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-7160 Home Improvement Jackie Behymer/Century 21 Legacy 2040 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 552-3586 Fax: 888-8297485 Email: jackie.behymer@live.com Web Site: www.jackiebehymer. com Real Estate Sales Belk’s Amye Hamilton 1367 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-4165 Fax: 639-2186

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Brooks Excavating & Construction Donnie Brooks 115 Garrett Hill Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-8828 Construction & Contractors

Web Site: www.belk.com Clothing Benchmark Physical Therapy Diane L. Coffey 223 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-1111 Fax: 638-1112 Email: dcoffey@benchmarkpt. com Health Care Facilities & Services Bewley Properties, Inc. Kent Bewley 615 W. Main St. P.O. Box 459 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 638-6971 Fax: 638-2969 Email: bewleykd@aol.com Real Estate Sales, Rentals Big Al’s Gun Shack & Pawn & Tobacco Outlet Wayne Shelton 760 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-1818 Gun & Pawn Shops/Tobacco Outlets Big Time Beverage Rick Lilly 1285 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5100 Email: bigtimebeverage@gmail. com Beverage Stores Billable Hours, Inc. Brandon Hammer 119 E. Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-0091 Fax: 639-6969 Email: bhammer@billablehoursinc.com Web Site: www.indigentcounsel. com Court-Appointed Billing Solutions Robert K. Bird 233 Briar Patch Lane Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-7456 Individuals Bird, Isbell & Associates DeAnna B. Blair 911 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5121 Fax: 798-6856 Email: birdisbell@embarqmail. com Web Site: www.birdisbell.com Insurance & Related Services Bird’s Electric Heat & Cooling Dennis Bird 3010 Fairlawn Drive Greeneville, TN 37743

Tel: 639-5979 or 552-4327 Email: birdselectrichc@comcast. net Air Conditioning & Heating Contractors Blackburn, Childers & Steagall, PLC Dennis Rasnake 550 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-8516 Fax: 638-3726 Email: dennis@bcscpa.com Web Site: www.bcscpa.com Accountants Law Office of Dallas L. Blair III 911 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-1846 Fax: 638-1913 Email: dblairlaw@embarqmail. com Attorneys, Legal Firms BMC Office Technology Tim Suder 3132 Morris Ave. Knoxville, TN 37909 Tel: 865-525-4262 Fax: 865522-4484 Email: tsuder@4bmc.com Web Site: www.4bmc.com Office Equipment & Service Bob’s Factory Outlet Bob Weaver 515 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 787-9600 Fax: 787-9602 Furniture & Appliances Bojangles’ Famous Chicken & Biscuits Tina Burton 3240 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-1021 Email: tinaburton74@yahoo.com Web Site: www.greateatsatbos. com Restaurants, Foods Services Bossard North America Daniel Tyler 1550 Industrial Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6661 Fax: 639-6662 Email: dtyler@bossard.com Fastener Distributor The Bottle Shop Roy Mecke 2318 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-3001 Beverage Stores Ralph & Brenda Bowers 540 Denver Bowers Lane Chuckey, TN 37641

Boys & Girls Club of Greeneville & Greene County Scott Bullington 740 W. Church St. P.O. Box 1977 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 787-9334 Fax: 787-0055 Email: gbgc@comcast.net Clubs, Organizations & Enterprises Brad Tweed Heating & Air Conditioning Brad Tweed 450 Cicero Ave. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 620-0635 Email: tweedmechanical@gmail. com Air Conditioning & Heating Contractors Bradshaw & Hathaway John Hathaway 128 Serral Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-3132 Fax: 929-8111 Email: smiles@bracesbhb.com Web Site: www.bracesbhb.com Orthodontists Brandt and Beeson, PC D. R. Beeson III 206 Princeton Rd., Ste. 25 Johnson City, TN 37601 Tel: 282-1981 Fax: 610-6984 Email: drbeeson@brandtbeeson. com Attorneys, Law Firms Bridges to Success Teresa Guinn 993 Hal Henard Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 787-9363 Fax: 787-0715 Educational Institutions, Services Bristol Motor Speedway Mironda White 151 Speedway Blvd. Bristol, TN 37620 Tel: 989-6900 Fax: 764-0220 Web Site: www.bristolmotorspeedway.com Race Tracks Brooks & Malone Plumbing Contractors David Brooks 3260 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-9164 Fax: 798-9720 Email: dbrooksbuilders@earthlink.net Web Site: www.brooksbuilders. net Plumbing

Broyles General Store David Broyles 730 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-8197 Fax: 525-4834 Email: bbroyles3@aol.com Lawn & Garden Supplies Maria Wyche Bryan, DDS 128 Serral Drive, Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-1777 Web Site: www.tricitiesendo.com Endodontists Burley Stabilization Corporation Connie Leatherwood P.O. Box 1915 1427 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-4239 Email: connie@burleystabilization.com Burley Suppliers Butler Electric Motor Service Bryan Root 806 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-0404 Fax: 639-0404 Electric Motor Repair C & C Custom Trailers Gina M. Tipton 7090 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Chuckey, TN 37641 Tel: 257-8888 Fax: 257-8889 Email: cccustomtrailers@comcast.net Web Site: www.cccustomtrailers. com Trailer Sales & Service C & C Millwright Maintenance Company Jerry Fortner 311 Old Knoxville Hwy., Ste. 1 P.O. Box 970 Greeneville, TN 37744-0970 Tel: 639-0131 Fax: 639-8757 Construction & Contractors C-E Minerals Jim Perry 1625 Snapps Ferry Rd. P.O. Box 1540 Greeneville, TN 37744-1540 Tel: 787-2512 Fax: 423-7872517 Email: lpendleton@ceminerals. com Web Site: www.ceminerals.com Industrial & Manufacturing


160 THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK Capital Bank P.O. Box 1120 Greeneville, TN 37744-1120 Tel: 639-5111 Fax: 639-5467 Web Site: www.capitalbankus.com Financial Institutions/Services Captain D’s Seafood Kitchen Harold Moore 245 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6311 Restaurants, Food Services Career Center at Greeneville/ Workforce Investment Services Debbie Johnson 215 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-0908 Fax: 638-3187 Educational Institutions, Services Caris Healthcare Renee Lowery 225 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-2226 Fax: 638-2299 Email: rlowery@carishealthcare. com Health Care Facilities & Services Carolyn’s Hallmark Shop Carolyn Bullington 1395 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-6111 Fax: 638-6111 Gift & Card Shops Carter Contractors, LLC John R. Carter Jr. 7310 Horton Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 234-0392 Fax: 234-2456 Email: cartercontractors@gmail. com Construction & Contractors Carter Real Estate & Auction Company John Carter 444 E. Bernard Ave. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-7856 Fax: 639-8098 Real Estate Sales & Auctions Cartridge World Larry W. England 1735 W. State of Franklin Rd. Johnson City, TN 37604 Tel: 722-0333 Fax: 722-0335 Web Site: www.cartridgeworldusa.com Print Cartridges The Cash Company of Greeneville Stephen W. Brumit 1333 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745

Tel: 638-2274 Fax: 639-2255 Email: thecashco_Greeneville@ juno.com Financial Institutions/Services Casper’s Body Shop & Wrecker Service, LLC Jimmy Collins 402 W. Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-0893 Fax: 638-3089 Email: casperswrecker@earthlink. net Auto Body Shop/Wrecker Service The Cave Law Firm, LLC Robert Payne Cave 104 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-5892 Fax: 638-5786 Attorneys, Legal Firms Cedar Haven Log Homes Bruce F. Coakley Sr. 1980 Main St. Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 422-4432 Fax: 422-0012 Log Home Sales Central Drug Store Cindy Fisher 239 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-4711 Fax: 638-3311 Pharmacies Century 21 Home Team Ted Hensley, Billie Guthrie 502 E. Jackson Blvd. Jonesborough, TN 37659 Tel: 788-0111 Fax: 788-0069 Email: ted.hensley@century21. com Web Site: www.c21hometm.com Real Estate Sales Century 21 Legacy Jamie Skeen, Gail Landers, Mark Williams, Brian McAmis, Lois Smith, Donna Fillers, Jeff Brooks, Sammy Atlasy, Jessica Lutz, Olivia Lodge 2040 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6781 Fax: 639-0851 Web Site: www.myc21legacy.com Real Estate Sales CenturyLink Robert Kricko 210 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-2424 Email: robert.kricko@centurylink. com Utilities, Related Services Charles C. Parks Company Gary Pickett P.O. Box 119

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Gallatin, TN 37066 Tel: 615-452-2406 Fax: 615451-4212 Email: gary.pickett@ charlescparks.com Wholesale Distributors Charray Inn Jay & Chetna Patel 121 Serral Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-1331 Fax: 639-5289 Lodging Charter Media Barry Wilson 1104 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 112 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-9783 Fax: 787-9793 Media Chasan, LLC Ricky Shepherd 1915 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 620-7800 Fax: 865-5395346 Email: ricky_shepherd@chasantn. com Web Site: www.chasantn.com Warehousing/Facility Leasing Choice Directory Darrell Bryan 1211 Christy Court Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 552-6049 Email: darrellbryan@choicedirectory.net Web Site: www.choicedirectory. com Publishing Cintas Tim Walker 125 Regional Park Drive Kingsport, TN 37660 Tel: 383-4241 Fax: 349-7190 Email: walkert@cintas.com Web Site: www.cintas.com Facility Services/Uniform Rental Citizen’s Bank Larry Estepp P.O. Box 687 Kingsport, TN 37662 Tel: 230-4308 Fax: 378-0415 Email: larry.estepp@citizensbank24.com Web Site: www.citizensbank24. com Financial Institutions/Services City Garage Car Museum Bettye Anne Bewley 210 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-6971 Fax: 638-2969 Email: bewleybabb@aol.com Web Site: www.citygaragecarmu-

seum.com Museums Clayton Homes Eric Hall 395 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5101 Fax: 639-4341 Email: eric.hall@claytonhomes. com Web Site: www.claytonhomesofgreeneville.com Manufactured Homes Dr. John K. Clement, O.D. 1539 Industrial Rd., #A Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-8856 Fax: 639-8227 Email: clemeyedoc@msn.com Web Site: www.oldstageeyecare. com Ophthalmologists, Optometrists, Opticians Cloud 9 Ranch Michelle Steiner 910 Ottway Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 972-1263 Email: michelle.steiner.tn@gmail. com Web Site: www.smartfoodsavers. com Direct Sales Coca-Cola Enterprises Joel Thompson 2600 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Morristown, TN 37814 Tel: 586-6403 Fax: 587-0904 Beverage Distributors Coldwell Banker Associated Realty Group Sharon Lillie, Danny Rigsby 1134 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6116 Fax: 639-0376 Email: office@cbarg1.com Web Site: www.coldwellbanker. com Real Estate Sales Color Tex Carpet Cleaning & Restoration T. J. Ferguson 1875 W. Allens Bridge Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-8170 Carpet Cleaning Comcare, Inc. Nancy Thiessen 1703 W. Main St. P.O. Box 1885 Greeneville, TN 37744-1885 Tel: 638-3926 Fax: 638-1105 Homes & Institutions Comcast

Russell Byrd 5720 Asheville Hwy. Knoxville, TN 37924 Tel: 639-0145 or 1-888-683-1000 Web Site: www.comcast.com Utilities, Related Services Comfort Inn Angie Dickenson 1790 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-4185 Fax: 639-7280 Email: comfortinngreenevilletn@ yahoo.com Web Site: www.comfortinn.com/ hotel/tn324 Lodging Community Center of Hope Matthew McCloskey 5035 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 P.O. Box 665 Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 765-5654 Email: mattm@cchgc.org Web Site: www.cchgc.org Non-Profit Organizations Consumer Credit Union Sam Miller 3634 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6131 Fax: 639-6296 Financial Institutions/Services Corley’s Pharmacy A.B. Corley 1004 Snapps Ferry Rd. P.O. Box 874 Greeneville, TN 37744-0874 Tel: 638-7552 Fax: 638-2552 Email: rxcorley@comcast.net Pharmacies Country Side Kennel Judy Winckler 201 Church Hill Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-1102 Fax: 638-1102 Email: countrysidekennel@ymail. com Web Site: www.countrysidekennel.org Kennels, Boarding, Grooming & Training CrestPoint Health Sharon Dicorato 208 Sunset Drive, Ste. 101 Johnson City, TN 37604 Tel: 952-2116 Fax: 282-1216 Email: sharon.dicorato@crestpointhealth.com Insurance & Related Services CrownTonka Walk-Ins Larry Gothard 140 T. Elmer Cox Drive Greeneville, TN 37743

Tel: 638-8565 Fax: 638-2583 Industrial & Manufacturing Cruise Planners Kristin Small 765 Henard Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 525-7287 Fax: 855-2789377 Email: ksmall@cruiseplanners. com Web Site: www.worldcruiseplanners.com Travel David Crum 142 Maple Crest Drive Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-7721 Email: davidna182@yahoo.com Individuals Rebecca Cutshaw, Attorney P.O. Box 127 Greeneville, TN 37744-0127 Tel: 638-4336 Fax: 639-7337 Attorneys, Legal Firms CVN Vooner Paper Machinery Randy Broce 475 T. Elmer Cox Drive P.O. Box 129 Greeneville, TN 37744-0129 Tel: 638-2211 Fax: 638-8805 Email: info@cvnvooner.com Industrial & Manufacturing Dairy Queen of Greeneville Sandra Kesterson 3630 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 P.O. Box 10 Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 525-5109 Email: skesterson@dqgreeneville. com Restaurants, Food Services Dakota Packaging Solutions Steve Hartness 170 Heritage Rd., P.O. Box 97 Limestone, TN 37681 Tel: 257-7828 Fax: 257-7728 Packaging Solutions Dan’s Home Repair Dan Wirt 580 Dude Lane Bulls Gap, TN 37711 Tel: 470-2591 Email: danthemanbuilder@comcast.net Construction & Contractors Davis Elliot Company, Inc. Brian Sarrett 4211 Georgia Ave. Nashville, TN 37209 Tel: 615-460-7166


www.greenevillesun.com Email: bsarrett@davishelliot.com Utilities, Related Services Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park Ken Tester 1245 Davy Crockett Park Rd. Limestone, TN 37681 Tel: 257-2167 Fax: 257-2430 Historic Sites Davy Crockett TA Travel Center Jason Brandon/Richard Brandon 195 Van Hill Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 234-4451 Fax: 234-6201 Email: tagreenevilleweb@gmail. com Web Site: www.tagreeneville.com Restaurants, Food Services Delfasco, LLC Randy Shipley 1945 Scott Farm Rd. Afton, TN 37616 Tel: 639-6191 Fax: 639-1160 Web Site: www.delfasco.com Industrial & Manufacturing Design Innovations Architects Rik Norris 402 S. Gay St., Ste. 201 Knoxville, TN 37902 Tel: 865-243-8443 Fax: 865544-3840 Email: rnorris@dia-arch.com Architects & Interior Designers Diamond House Henry Lam 650 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6440 Restaurants, Food Services Doctor’s Office Charles Montgomery, MD, Rufus Breckenridge, MD, Andy Roberts, MD 109 E. Church St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-4131 Fax: 638-9237 Physicians & Surgeons Donaldson Company, Inc. Everett Haynie 115 Rockwell Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-4154 Fax: 639-3909 Email: everett.haynie@donaldson. com Web Site: www.donaldson.com Industrial & Manufacturing Double D Tire & Battery Flint Carter 403 Bernard Ave. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-1402 Fax: 525-4199 Email: doubledtire@comcast.net

THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK Tire Sales Doughty-Stevens Funeral Home Jason A. Smith 1125 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-4141 Fax: 638-2610 Email: sandybaileyds@yahoo.com Web Site: www.doughty-stevens. com Funeral Homes Dream Home Improvements Mark Doolittle P.O. Box 368 Chuckey, TN 37641 Tel: 426-2405 Email: mafodoo@yahoo.com Home Improvement DTR Tennessee, Inc. Randy Rumbley 199 Pottertown Rd. Midway, TN 37809 Tel: 422-4454 Fax: 422-4654 Industrial & Manufacturing Durham-Hensley Health & Rehab Buffy Devoti 55 Nursing Home Rd. Chuckey, TN 37641 Tel: 257-6761 Fax: 257-5304 Email: marketing@durhamhensleyhealth.com Web Site: www.durhamhensleyhealth.com Health Care Facilities & Services David J. Dykes, DDS 1015 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-6341 Fax: 638-6082 Dentists & Dental Services Ken Earl 609 Oak Hills Pkwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-2681 Individuals East Tennessee Children’s Hospital Jessica Boyd 2018 Clinch Ave. Knoxville, TN 37916 Tel: 865-541-8165 Fax: 865541-8250 Web Site: www.etch.com Health Care Facilities & Services East Tennessee Forest Products Elliott E. Stott 945 Bob White Trail, Mosheim, TN 37818 P. O. Box 305 Greeneville, TN 37744-0305 Tel: 422-7134 Fax: 422-9306 Industrial & Manufacturing East Tennessee Hematology

Oncology Patricia Posey 1406 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 2000 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-7080 Fax: 787-7087 Email: aksen@comcast.net Health Care Facilities & Services

East Tennessee State University/ Families First Connie Adams 311 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-5147 Fax: 638-6258 Job Training

East Tennessee Iron & Metal, Inc. Jason Putnal Hwy. 66, Bulls Gap 37711 P. O. Box 460 Rogersville, TN 37857 Tel: 235-4119 Fax: 235-4149 Web Site: www.easttniron.com Recycling/Waste Services

East View Eye Care Bradford M. Emde, OD Shelly F. Shaw, OD 1000 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 4 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-8128 Fax: 798-9204 Email: dremde@eastvieweyecare. com Web Site: www.eastvieweyecare. com Ophthalmologists, Optometrists, Opticians

East Tennessee Land & Home Teresa Uhls 500 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 525-5333 Fax: 525-5334 Email: info@etnlandhome.com Web Site: www.etnlandhome.com Manufactured Homes East Tennessee Manufacturing Services, Inc. Timothy Van Horn 2455 Snapps Ferry Rd. P.O. Box 967 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5759 Fax: 639-8791 Email: etmstim@embarqmail.com Industrial & Manufacturing East Tennessee Promotions Scott Bullington 1149 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-1234 Fax: 636-1234 Screen Printing East Tennessee Pulmonary & Sleep Medicine Mandeep Bakshi, MD 1404 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 2200 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-8052 Fax: 798-8055 Email: etpsm@embarqmail.com Physicians & Surgeons East Tennessee Realty Services Ralph W. Roderick 840 Bandy Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-6395 Fax: 888-6638075 Email: etrsoffice@comcast.net Web Site: www.easttennesseerealtyservices.com Real Estate Sales East Tennessee State University Fred Sauceman P.O. Box 70717 Johnson City, TN 37614 Tel: 439-4317 Fax: 439-5710 Educational Institutions, Services

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Email: pamela.renner@tfbf.com Insurance & Related Services

Endot Industries, Inc. Larry Hicks 400 Bohannon Ave. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-8241 Fax: 639-3722 Industrial & Manufacturing

Farm Credit Mid-America Ronnie Sartain 100 Nevada Ave. P. O. Box 1090 Greeneville, TN 37744-1090 Tel: 638-8151 Fax: 638-1731 Email: rsartai@e-farmcredit.com Web Site: www.e-farmcredit.com Financial Institutions/Services

Evans Office Supply Todd Coffey 1600 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Morristown, TN 37814 Tel: 800-421-0797 Fax: 5818243 Office Supplies, Furniture & Equipment

Eastman Chemical Company CeeGee McCord P.O. Box 431 Kingsport, TN 37662 Tel: 229-6974 Fax: 229-8280 Industrial & Manufacturing

Evergreen Life Services Dr. Wyndi Patterson 1017 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 620-3518 Fax: 218-1258 Email: wpatterson@epmi.org Web Site: www.epmi.org Non-Profit Organizations

Eastman Credit Union Olan O. Jones Jr. 2021 Meadowview Lane Kingsport, TN 37660 Tel: 229-8200 Fax: 578-7627 Web Site: www.ecu.org Financial Institutions/Services

Everhart Transportation, Inc. Cline Everhart 1622 Industrial Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 783-9900 Fax: 639-1633 Email: cline@etitrucking.com Trucking

Edward Jones Investments Bob Gay 1104 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 307 P.O. Box 817 Greeneville, TN 37744-0817 Tel: 639-7241 Fax: 888-4405292 Stock Brokers & Financial Planners

Executive Inn Aarti Patel 50 Speedway Lane Bulls Gap, TN 37711 Tel: 235-9111 Fax: 235-9111 Lodging

David M. Ellis, CPA 132 W. Depot St. P.O. Box 71 Greeneville, TN 37744-0071 Tel: 787-0855 Fax: 787-0770 Accountants

Express Wine & Spirits Jason Brandon 3100 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-0079 Web Site: www.expresswineandspirits.com Beverage Stores

Elwood Staffing Shelly Anderson 2055 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Ste. 2A Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-0900 Fax: 639-0920 Email: greeneville.tn@elwoodstaffing.com Web Site: www.elwoodstaffing. com Employment Services

Fairfield Estates Pat Hankins 423 Fairgrounds Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 335 Cimarron Trail Afton, TN 37616 Tel: 636-8767 Email: patandm@comcast.net Web Site: www.fairfieldestates. info Apartments

Encore Lending Group Chad Harold 206 Wesley St. Johnson City, TN 37601 Tel: 262-8522 Fax: 262-8524

Farm Bureau Insurance Pamela Renner 195 Tusculum Bypass Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-2305 Fax 639-8303

Farmers Livestock Market Don McNeese 336 Bohannon Ave. P. O. Box 865 Greeneville, TN 37744-0865 Tel: 638-5201 Fax: 638-1360 Farm Supplies, Equipment, Livestock Fastenal William Martin 730 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-3622 Fax: 638-5913 Email: tngre@stores.fastenal.com Web Site: www.fastenal.com Industrial Sales, Supplies & Services Fat Boyz Anthony Carter 3124 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 787-0504 Email: christy15carter@yahoo. com Restaurants, Food Services Fatz Café Tammie Gass 3140 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 787-9090 Fax: 787-0843 Web Site: www.Fatzcafe.com Restaurants, Food Services Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Ronald D. Weathers 50 Marley Drive Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 783-0074 Fax: 783-0143 Email: ronald.weathers@ferguson.com Web Site: www.ferguson.com Plumbing, HVAC & Industrial Supplies First Tennessee Tony Nix 2841 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-2200 Fax: 798-2230 Email: hanix@firsttennessee.com Web Site: www.firsttennessee. com Financial Institutions/Services


162 THE GREENEVILLE SUN GREENE COUNTY GUIDEBOOK The Fit Club Mark Freshour 40 Benbow Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-1933 Fax: 638-3203 Web Site: www.greenevillefitclub. com Health & Fitness Flowers by Tammy Tammy Burgner 515 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 636-1000 Fax: 636-3000 Email: flowersbytammy@hotmail. com Web Site: www.flowersbytammy. com Florists The Ford System, Inc. John Harrison/Lou McDonald 402 E. Sullivan St. Kingsport, TN 37660 Tel: 247-4107 Fax: 247-4108 Email: sales@fordsystem.com Web Site: www.fordjanitorialsystem.com Janitorial Supply Forward Air Bruce Campbell P. O. Box 1058 Greeneville, TN 37744-1058 Tel: 636-7000 Fax: 636-7274 Transport Foshie’s Tax & Accounting Services Harold Foshie, CPA 1227 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 525-4097 Fax: 525-4097 Email: haroldfoshie@gmail.com Web Site: www.foshiestaxservice. com Accountants Four Seasons Heating & Air Don Coakley 3030 McDonald Rd. Midway, TN 37809 Tel: 422-7399 or 235-7738 Fax: 235-6566 Air Conditioning & Heating Contractors Free Will Baptist Family Ministries, Inc. Rev. Frank Woods 90 Stanley Lane Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-9449 Fax: 639-5083 Email: info@fwbfm.com Web Site: www.fwbfm.com Homes & Institutions Fresenius Medical Care/Dialysis Kim Bowlin, DO 180 Serral Drive

Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-1201 Fax: 638-9397 Email: kimbowlin@fmc-na.com Web Site: www.fmc-na.com Health Care Facilities & Services Frost Chiropractic Center Stephanie Frost, D.C. 1128 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. C Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-9710 Fax: 798-9722 Physicians/Chiropractors Funville, Inc. Robbie Britton P.O. Box 2457 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 638-9818 Email: robbie@funvilleisfun.com Web Site: www.funvilleisfun.com Rentals Gardner Paint Services, Inc. Rodney Conduff P.O. Box 5096 Johnson City, TN 37602 Tel: 928-8351 Fax: 928-0322 Email: rodney@gardnerpaint.com Web Site: www.gardnerpaint.com Painting/Residential & Commercial Gary’s Paint & Body Shop Gary Hoese 3496 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-7151 Fax: 639-6375 Auto Body Shop Gateway Ford Lennie Lawson 1055 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5151 Fax: 639-7474 Automobile Sales GCS Partnership Jeff Monson 406 N. Irish St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-0990 Fax: 639-0919 Email: jeff@gcspartnership.com Warehousing General Morgan Inn and Conference Center Bob Cantler 111 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 787-1000 Fax: 787-1001 Web Site: www.generalmorganinn.com Lodging Gilley’s Western Store Greg Gilley 7960 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 422-6800 Fax: 422-4689 Email: gilleyswesternstore@ yahoo.com

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Glen Hills Utility District Lloyd “Hoot” Bowers P.O. Box 399 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 639-8622 Fax: 639-3260 Utilities & Related Services

Greene County Department of Health Shaun C. Street 810 W. Church St. P.O. Box 159 Greeneville, TN 37744-0159 Tel: 798-1749 Fax: 798-1755 Health Care Facilities & Services

Goins Rash Cain, Inc. Luther D. Cain 130 Regional Park Drive Kingsport, TN 37660 Tel: 349-7760 Fax: 349-7413 Email: luther@grcinc.com Construction & Contractors

Greene County Drug Store Benji Cox 906 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-7101 Fax: 638-9105 Email: gcdrug@embarqmail.com Pharmacies

Goodwill of Tenneva Bob Miller 3190 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-7062 Email: bob@goodwilltnva.org Non-Profit/Retail

Greene County Express Eddie Harmon P.O. Box 775 Mosheim, TN 37818 Tel: 639-4364 Transportation

Retailers

Grace’s Greeneville Auction Thomas Van Allan 104 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 525-4204 Auctions& Appraisals

Greene County Fair Association Bobby Holt P.O. Box 582 Greeneville, TN 37744 Tel: 278-3282 Clubs, Organizations & Enterprises

Grand Rental Station Danny Venerable 2215 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6160 Fax: 636-8860 Rentals

Greene County Farm Bureau Trey Youngblood 1431 W. Main St. P. O. Box 38 Greeneville, TN 37744-0038 Tel: 639-7212 Fax: 639-7215 Insurance & Related Services

Greene Coach Company, Inc. Russell W. & Sheila Ooten 126 Bohannon Ave. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 638-8271 Fax: 638-5541 Email: russ@greenecoach.com Web Site: www.greenecoach.com Transportation

Greene County Farmers Mutual Insurance Donald Swanay 110 S. Main St. P. O. Box 156 Greeneville, TN 37744-0156 Tel: 638-3652 Insurance & Related Services

Greene County Alan Broyles 204 N. Cutler St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 798-1766 Fax: 798-1771 Government/Local

Greene County Habitat for Humanity Vicki Culbertson P.O. Box 1824 Greeneville, TN 37744-1824 Tel: 638-3838 Non-Profit Organizations

Greene County 9-1-1 Jerry Bird 111 Union St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-8663 Email: gre911@embarqmail.com Clubs, Organizations & Enterprises Greene County Board of Education Dr. Vicki Kirk 910 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 639-4194 Fax: 639-1615 Educational Institutions, Services

Greene County Monument Jennifer Roe 415 Banks St., Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 525-4016 Fax: 525-4019 Email: jroe@greenecountymonument.com Web Site: www.greenecountymonument.com Monuments & Cemetery Refurbishing Greene County Partnership Foundation

115 Academy Street Greeneville, TN 37743 Tel: 638-4111 Fax: 638-5345 Foundations/Community Development Greene County Skills, Inc. Jimmy Gillen 130 Bob Smith Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-5351 Health Care Facilities & Services Greene County Title Company Judy Robinson 518 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-0683 Fax: 639-9563 Email: judyr@greenecountytitle. com Web Site: www.greenecountytitle. com Title & Escrow Services Greene County Veterinary Medical Center Doug Woolsey 247 Baileyton Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-1621 Veterinarians Greene County YMCA Mike Hollowell 404 Y Street Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 639-6107 Fax: 639-7978 Health & Recreation Greene Mountain Cleaning Services Angela Dingus 155 Lake Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 823-0671 Email: greenemountaincleaningservices@gmail.com Cleaning/Home Improvement Greene Mountain Maintenance Bradley Dingus 155 Lake Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 Tel: 470-2800 Email: bradleyddingus@gmail. com Building & Lawn Maintenance Greene Technology Center Jerry Ayers 1121 Hal Henard Rd. Gr