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TABLE OF CONTENTS AN OVERVIEW

HEALTH & FAMILY SERVICES

SERVICES

County History ............................................. 5 Greene County: A Snapshot.......................... 6 Map: Historic, Scenic, Recreational Attractions ................................................... 9 The 911 System......................................... 12 Other Useful Numbers................................ 13 Non-Emergency Numbers........................... 13 Utility Services ........................................... 14

Health Care Professionals .......................... 66 Veterans Services....................................... 70 Isaiah 117 House ...................................... 71 Holston United Methodist Home for Children................................................ 74 Nolachucky Holston ................................... 76 Services for Elderly, Disabled ..................... 78 Free Will Baptist Family Ministries .............. 79 Dental Services.......................................... 81

Day Care and ESP....................................139 News/Media ............................................140 Rentals ....................................................141 Real Estate and Auction ...........................142 Airports....................................................143 Industries List ..........................................144

ANIMAL SERVICES

Directory..................................................149

HERITAGE/HISTORY A Walk With The Presidents......................... 16 Heritage Organizations ............................... 21

GOVERNMENT/CITIZENSHIP County and Municipal Governments ........... 22 Municipal Officials and Boards................... 24 State Officials ............................................ 24 County Officials and Committees................ 24 Courts........................................................ 30 Voting ........................................................ 35 Building Permits, Codes ............................. 38 Drivers Licenses ......................................... 38 Federal Officials ......................................... 39 Garbage Collection Centers ........................ 40 Passports................................................... 42

EDUCATION Greeneville City School System .................. 48 Greene County School System ................... 51 Private Schools .......................................... 53 Public High Schools ................................... 53 Greene Technology Center .......................... 54 Area Colleges and Universities ................... 58

The Humane Society and Adoption Center .................................. 87 Local Veterinarians ..................................... 89 Animal Control ........................................... 90

COMMUNITY LIFE Main Street: Greeneville ............................. 92 United Way................................................. 93 Keep Greene Beautiful ............................... 96 Volunteering............................................... 97 Arts..........................................................105 Clubs/Organizations.................................111

RECREATION Parks/Camping........................................123 Fishing ‘Angler Options’ ............................126 Boys & Girls Club.....................................127 YMCA.......................................................128 Sports......................................................129 National Forest ........................................130 Hiking and Biking.....................................133

AGRICULTURE LIBRARIES Local Libraries............................................ 62

University of Tennesse Ag Reserach and Education Center ..............................138 Greene County Fair...................................138

GREENE COUNTY PARTNERSHIP

ADVERTISER’S INDEX.................. 162

SOURCE: The Greene County Partnership. Updates should be directed to the Partnership at 423-638-4111.

EDITOR’S NOTE: While information in the 2022-2023 edition of the Greene County Guidebook has been verified, details concerning some activities or services are subject to alterations or restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Greene County Guidebook 2022 PUBLISHER: Paul W. Mauney EDITOR: Scott Jenkins RESEARCHER: Kelly Pickering ADVERTISING DIRECTOR: Richard Clark ADVERTISING SALES: Tanya Hensley, Connie Malone, Scott Swift, Hala Watson, Tammy Waldroup, Jayme Pressley ADVERTISING ASSISTANT: Taunya Blazer DESIGN: Regenia Grant PRINTING & DISTRIBUTION: Dale Long PRE-PRESS: Darrell Buckner PACKAGING/BINDERY: Charles Johnson, Danny Crum, Landon Cutshaw, Nicholas Hartman, Mario Lovisa DISTRIBUTION/CUSTOMER SERVICE: Charles Fitzsimmons, LisaMarie Hixson, Shirley Jones, Della Lowe, Wendy Peay ADMINISTRATION: Kelly Pickering ONLINE DIRECTOR: Brian Cutshall ONLINE: www.GreenevilleSun.com

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AN OVERVIEW OF GREENE COUNTY HISTORY

A History Of Greene County reeneville and Greene County are both named in honor of General Nathanael Greene, a Rhode Island Quaker who joined the revolutionary army under General George Washington. Greene, a protégé of Washington 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 Public Library on North Main Street. Before the settlers came to what is now Greene County, the Big Spring was a 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.

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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 Warrensburg) 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.” Greeneville also served as the capital of the short-lived state of Franklin from 1785 until 1788. The “Lost State of Franklin” fell just short of congressional approval for statehood.

DATES FROM EARLY 1780S What initially began as a tiny frontier village on a 300-acre tract of land thought to have been a Revolutionary War grant to Robert Kerr, Greeneville has grown into a modern, thriving community of approximately 15,000 residents. According to the U.S. Census Bureau estimates, Greene County had 69,069 inhabitants in 2019. The approximate founding date for Greene County is 1783 — the year the Greene County Court, predecessor of

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Statue of Andrew 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 independence from Mexico. Andrew Johnson, 17th president of the United States, was born in Raleigh, North Carolina in 1808, but he 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. 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. Furniture

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from the period is displayed in the home’s interior. 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 Home,” as it is called, is also now open for public view.

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Greene County: A Snapshot Sewage: The Greeneville Water Commission’s Wastewater Treatment Gender: 49.2 percent male; 50.8 percent The sales tax in Greene County is 9.75%. Plant, located off of the Old Asheville female. Of that rate, the state’s share is 7%; the local Highway, discharges to the Nolichucky Marital status: 60 percent male now River. The wastewater treatment plant is of option share, approved by referendum, is married, not including those who are the “oxidation ditch” type of process and 2.75%. legally separated (population 15 years LOCATION is designed to treat an average flow of 7 and over); 49 percent female now million gallons per day. WHEEL TAX married, not including those who are Greeneville is about 50 miles southwest Septic tank systems are widely used in legally separated (population 15 years of the Virginia state line at Bristol and the county. Installation and service of such The county “wheel tax” is $55 per and over). Kingsport, and about 15 miles northwest of systems is available through a number of registered motor vehicle. Income: Median household income, the North Carolina state line. firms. That revenue appropriated to the $43,150, and per capita income, $23,319. The town is 70 miles northeast of Natural Gas: Natural gas is available county’s highway department, general fund Housing units: 32,775. Median value of Knoxville and 250 miles east of Nashville. through Atmos Energy. Call 1-888-286owner-occupied housing units: $133,600. and volunteer fire departments. Asheville, North Carolina, is about 50 6700. The county wheel tax is levied in miles to the southeast. The most current numbers are available Propane Gas: Propane is available from addition to required state registration costs. Latitude: 36 degrees, 9 minutes north from U.S. Census Bureau State & County Admiral Propane (278-9891), Heritage Longitude: 82 degrees, 50 minutes west Quick facts and American Community Propane (639-7788) and Marsh Petroleum INCOME TAX Elevation: 1,597 feet above sea level Survey at www.census.gov. (639-7226). Area in square miles: Greene County, The state of Tennessee does not tax 622.17; Greeneville, 14.00 or 8,960 acres. PROPERTY TAXES LAW ENFORCEMENT wages or salaries. However, certain CLIMATE investment income is taxed. Both Greene County and the Town Police: The Greeneville Police of Greeneville separately assess taxes on Greene County enjoys four distinct Department has 54 full-time officers and UTILITIES property/real estate. seasons. approximately 30 auxiliary police officers. For the 2020 budget year, the Greene Weather patterns and temperatures Sheriff ’s Department: The Greene Electricity: Electrical power is provided County tax rate on real estate was $2.0145 usually do not reach extremes. County Sheriffs Department has 199 by Greeneville Light & Power System, per $100 of assessed (not appraised) A key reason why Greene County has employees which includes full time, part under the oversight of Greeneville Energy valuation. a temperate climate is its rolling hills and time, and auxiliary. The patrol division Authority. It distributes electric power valleys nestled between two ranges of the For the 2021 budget year, the Greeneville generated and distributed wholesale by is assigned 43 officers. There are also Appalachian Mountains — the Unaka property tax rate was $2.1775 per $100 of officers assigned to civil process, records, Tennessee Valley Authority. range to the south and the Bays Mountain assessed value. administration, investigations, courthouse Water: Greeneville Water Commission range to the north. The assessment rate for residential security, as well as officers assigned to the provides water service to Greeneville and Average high temperature: 69.3 (f) and agricultural property in Tennessee some nearby areas. It also sells water to the 3rd Judicial Drug Task Force. There are 17 Average low temperature: 43.6 (f) is 25 percent of the appraised value. For officers assigned as school resource officers following utility districts: Chuckey, Cross Average annual precipitation: 42.73 example, a $100,000 tract of residential or (SRO) to the county elementary, middle, Anchor, Glen Hills, Mosheim and Old inches agricultural property would be assessed for Knoxville Highway. and high schools. tax purposes as having a value of $25,000. Baileyton: Three full-time police The water source for the Greeneville POPULATION Commercial and industrial property is officers, and two auxiliary officer. Water Commission is the Nolichucky assessed at 40 percent of appraised value. Tusculum: Two police officers and eight River, which originates in North Carolina. Greene County: 70,152 The other three Greene County auxiliary officers. The commission’s capacity is 16 million Greeneville: 15,479 municipalities — Baileyton, Mosheim, Mosheim: Five part-time officers. gallons per day. Baileyton: 436 and Tusculum — do not have their own Tennessee Highway Patrol: Two The North Greene Utility District uses Mosheim: 2,479 Tusculum: 3,298 Lick Creek as its primary water source. property tax. sergeants, a lieutenant and nine

In area, Greene County is the fourth-largest county among Tennessee’s 95 counties. Greeneville is the county seat.

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and there are also five satellite stations at various locations: one on CCU Boulevard in Greeneville, one on Edens Road in Tennessee Highway Patrol troopers are Tusculum, one in Baileyton behind Town based in Greene County. Their primary responsibility is to respond to accidents on Hall, one in Mosheim on West Greene the Greene County sections of Interstate 81 Drive near West Greene High School, and one at the South Greene Volunteer Fire and other state highways. The district THP Department Station on Asheville Highway office is at Fall Branch. near South Greene High School. The Greeneville Fire Department, Caney FIRE PROTECTION Branch Volunteer Fire Department and Midway Volunteer Fire Department also Greeneville: The Greeneville Fire work with EMS as licensed first responder Department employs 42 full-time agencies. employees including a chief, assistant chief, administrative chief, fire marshal, EMERGENCY & RESCUE SQUAD shift commanders, officers and two dozen firefighters. Five personnel are paramedics, The Greeneville Emergency & Rescue 34 personnel are emergency medical Squad is an entirely volunteer, United technicians and three are first responder Way-supported agency whose members certified. are trained and equipped to provide a Non-emergency phone: 638-4243. variety of emergency services. The squad Volunteer Fire Departments: 16 often works closely with Greene Countydepartments belong to the Greene Greeneville Emergency Medical Services County Association of Volunteer Fire and fire departments in emergency Departments. They are: Camp Creek, situations. Caney Branch, Cedar Creek, Debusk, The rescue squad’s volunteer members McDonald, Midway, Mosheim, Town of are trained in such skills as basic first aid, Mosheim, Newmansville, Nolichuckey, CPR, vehicle extrication, rope rescue, Orebank, South Greene, St. James, structural collapse and water search and Sunnyside, Tusculum, and United. rescue. They are dispatched through Greene Many, though not all, of its volunteer County 911. members also serve separately as fulltime firefighters, EMS employees or law AMBULANCE SERVICES enforcement officers. The squad headquarters is located at Greene County/Greeneville Emergency 602 W. Church St., Greeneville, TN 37745. Medical Services is a joint agency of Their phone number is 638-3431. Greene County and Greeneville that provides the exclusive Emergency and PARKS AND RECREATION Non-Emergency ambulance service countywide. The agency is licensed by the The Greeneville Parks and Recreation State of Tennessee as a Class A Ambulance Department offers a variety of activities Service, and all of its ambulances are and sports for youth and adults. Sports licensed as Advanced Life Support offered for children through age 17 include Ambulances. baseball, softball, volleyball, football and There are both full-time and part-time EMS staff members, paid public employees, basketball. Adult sports include softball, basketball who are either emergency medical technicians or paramedics. Ambulances are and volleyball. The department also hosts a variety of on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. annual, seasonal and holiday events. The EMS headquarters is located at The department oversees Hardin Park, 1027 Forest St., Greeneville, TN 37743,

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Dogwood Park, Veterans Memorial Park, Eagles Rest Pocket Park, Hal Henard Sports Complex, Neighborhood Gym, Legion Field, Eastview Ball Fields, Locust Street Ball Field, Andrew Johnson Center and the EastView Recreation Center, which houses the department’s administrative offices. There are nine full-time maintenance employees and 10 full-time office employees. The Greeneville Parks and Recreation director is Harold “Butch” Patterson. The department’s phone number is 638-3143 or 638-3194 for athletic questions. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Minerals: Limestone, zinc, barite and mica.

TRANSPORTATION

Highways: Interstate 81; U.S. 11E (Andrew Johnson Highway); U.S. 321 (Newport Highway); and 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), 351S (107 Cutoff), and 351N (Rheatown Road). Airports: There are four airports in the region: ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LAWS t (SFFOFWJMMF .VOJDJQBM "JSQPSU at 246 Airport Road, Greeneville, TN State-licensed restaurants and private 37745. Phone: 823-9310. clubs, both within Greeneville and outside Website: www.greenevilleairport.com. Greeneville’s city limits, are allowed to sell Airport identifier: GCY. mixed drinks to patrons 21 years old or t 5SJ $JUJFT 3FHJPOBM "JSQPSU 5/ 7" BU older. 2525 Highway 75, Blountville, TN 37617. By ordinance, liquor (mixed drinks) Phone: 423-325-6000. may not be sold between 3 a.m. and 8 a.m. Website: www.triflight.com. Monday through Saturday, or between 3 Airport Identifier: TRI. a.m. and noon on Sunday. t .D(IFF 5ZTPO "JSQPSU ,OPYWJMMF Greeneville’s package liquor stores are at 2055 Alcoa Highway, Alcoa, TN allowed to sell alcohol for consumption off the premises. 37701. Phone: 865-342-3000. Liquor stores are allowed to be Website: www.flyknoxville.com. open from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., Monday Airport Identifier: TYS through Sunday. They are closed on t "TIFWJMMF 3FHJPOBM "JSQPSU BU five legal holidays: Christmas, New Terminal Drive, Fletcher, N.C. 28732. Years, Thanksgiving, Labor Day and Phone: 828-209-3660. Independence Day. Website: www.flyavl.com. Hours of beer sales in Greene County are Airport Identifier: AVL not restricted. Buses: Premier Transportation Mosheim and Tusculum permit sale (formerly Greene Coach Company) of alcoholic beverages for on-premises offers a wide variety of charter services consumption. Tusculum also permits retail and tours. For more information call liquor package stores. 638-8271, or visit their website at www. Voters in Greeneville, Tusculum and premiertransportation.net. Mosheim all approved referendums that Taxis: Candy’s Cab and Candy’s Cab allow the sale of wine in grocery stores. After Hours (525-5560); In a Flash (9720489); and Royal Carriage Limousine (639ECONOMIC RESOURCES 3186) offers limo services in Greeneville. Railroad: Norfolk Southern Corporation Main Economic Generators: (855-667-3655) operates a freight line Manufacturing, trucking, general farming, beef cattle, tourism and lumber. running regularly through Greene County and Greeneville. Timber: Oak, poplar, pine and maple.


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Sightseeing In Greene County (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 historical sites is available at the offices of the Greene County Partnership located at 115 Academy St., Greeneville, TN 37743, two blocks east of the intersection. Tours are available April through October. For more information regarding tours of Main Street Tours, call 787-0500. 1 — ANDREW JOHNSON NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE: The Tailor Shop, two restored homes, a birthplace replica and the burial site of the 17th President within Depot, College and South Main streets as well as Monument Avenue. The Andrew Johnson Visitor Center is located on the corner of East Depot Street and College Street.

5 — HORSE CREEK RECREATION AREA: Camping, picnicking, swimming, fishing, hiking, horseback riding: Take U.S. 11E North (Andrew Johnson Highway) 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 (Look for the brown sign “Swimming, Hiking, Camping, Horseback Riding”). Turn right onto Horse Creek Road; go 3 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; 3 miles to the 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 2 miles to campground.

2 — BIG SPRING MEMORIAL PARK: 8 — GREENEVILLE CUMBERLAND Located behind the library on North Main Street. Enter park from College Street PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Built in the 1860s. Greek Revival across from the Greeneville Town Hall. structure with notable cornice and steeple. Used as a hospital during the Civil War. 3 — CHEROKEE NATIONAL FOREST, Known for the cannonball that struck the NOLICHUCKY/ RANGER DISTRICT: 80,000 acres of national forest in Greene front of the building in 1864. Corner of West Church Street and North Main Street. and Cocke counties that are largely open to a wide variety of recreational uses. 9 — DAVID CROCKETT BIRTHPLACE Maps may be obtained at the district STATE PARK: headquarters located at 4900 Asheville Restored cabin, museum, public picnic Highway, Greeneville, TN 37743, 5 area, RV campground and swimming miles south of the intersection of U.S. pool. Take U.S. Hwy. 11E North (Andrew 70 (Asheville Highway) and U.S. 321 Johnson Highway) 12.4 miles; turn right (Newport Highway). at Limestone Road; go 2 miles to railroad underpass and then turn right. Two miles 4 — HOUSTON VALLEY CAMPGROUND: Take U.S. 321 South (Newport Highway) to park. 1.3 miles to Tennessee 70 South (Asheville 10 — EASTVIEW RECREATION CENTER: Highway); turn left; go nine miles to The complex is open to the public and Tennessee 107 (Erwin Highway); turn contains two gymnasiums. Go two blocks right; go seven miles to campground. north on North Main Street; turn right at Campground is on the left.

Tusculum Boulevard (11E North) and go south on South Main Street; at Calvary to Bernard Avenue. The recreation center is Chapel of Greeneville, South Main Street on the left. turns toward the left; proceed on South Main to McKee Street; turn right. Park 11 — FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1780): entrance is about one block ahead on the Federal architecture (1847). The church left. Traffic through park is one way; exit is Greene County’s earliest congregation. onto Vann Road. Located on North Main Street in downtown Greeneville. 16 — KINSER PARK: Camping at a limited number of sites 12 — VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK: for the general public, picnicking, lake Pavilions, picnic area and fitness walk fishing, swimming pool, water slide, specifically designed for senior citizens tennis, playgrounds, badminton, volleyball, but open to the general public. Take South basketball and baseball. Take U.S. Highway Main Street three blocks to West Main 321 South (Newport Highway) 1.3 miles Street (U.S. Hwy. 321 South); then two to Tennessee Highway 70 South (Asheville blocks to Monument Avenue, turn left one Highway); then go 5.2 miles to East Allens block; then right on Forest Street. Park is Bridge Road; turn left and in 3.6 miles two blocks ahead on the left. turn right at the University of Tennessee Research and Education Center; then go 1 13 — GREENE COUNTY COURTHOUSE: mile to Kinser Park sign; right 0.7 mile to At Main and Depot streets in downtown entrance. Greeneville. One of very few courthouses in the U.S. with memorials to both Union 17 — LINK HILLS COUNTRY CLUB: and Confederate forces. Original 1840 Members only. Golf, tennis, swimming sidewalk and 1805 “gaol” (jail) can be and dining. Take U.S. Highway 321 South found behind the courthouse. 1.2 miles to Tennessee Highway 70 South (Asheville Highway); turn left and go 5.2 14 — TUSCULUM LINEAR PARK TRAIL: miles on East Allens Bridge Road; go 1.4 ommunity walking trail in Tusculum. mile. Club is on the left. Starting point begins at Tusculum City Park behind Doak Elementary School. 18 — NEW HOPE QUAKER MEETING HOUSE Take U.S. Highway 11E North (Andrew (1795): Johnson Highway) 3.8 miles to Tusculum. Restored 1866. Cemetery contains some Turn right onto Erwin Highway (at of the oldest graves in the county. Near Hardee’s). Turn left just past “Welcome Rheatown. Take U.S. Highway 11E North to Tusculum” sign. Parking is available (Andrew Johnson Highway) 11.4 miles; behind the school. For the starting point turn left at Chuckey onto Rheatown Road at Edens Road near the former Greene and go 2.3 miles. Valley Developmental Center, take U.S. 11E North about 6 miles; turn right onto 19 — BABB HOMESTEAD (1787): Tusculum Bypass; turn left onto Edens Originally built in 1787 off the Kingsport Road. Entrance is on the right. Highway by Seth Babb Sr., a Revolutionary War corporal who fought with George 15 — HARDIN PARK: Washington at the Siege of Yorktown in Playgrounds, pavilions, picnic tables, 1781. One of the oldest structures in the tennis courts, fishing pond, basketball county. Relocated to the Mary Gertrude court, swimming pool and skate park. Go Fox Park, opened in 2018 and staged for


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SIGHTSEEING FROM 8 1840 with original Babb family heirlooms and artifacts from the home. 20 — GRAYSBURG HILLS GOLF COURSE (27 HOLES): 910 Graysburg Hills Road, Chuckey, TN 37641. Public course. Tee times needed on weekends and holidays. Take Tennessee Highway 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 N. 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 onto East Church Street. Entrance faces Greeneville Town Hall on College Street. 23 — SAMUEL DOAK HOUSE: 1820 structure restored in 1976 by Greene County Heritage Trust. Take U.S. Highway 11E North (Andrew Johnson Highway) 3.8 miles; turn right onto Tennessee Highway 107 (Erwin Highway) east at Tusculum exit; one-eighth of a mile on right. 24 — ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH: Consecrated in 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 in downtown Greeneville. 25 — ST. JAMES LUTHERAN CHURCH: Reconstructed in 1811. Revolutionary War graves in cemetery. Take U.S. Hwy. 321 (Newport Highway) west 10.6 miles, turn left on first road beyond Nolichucky River bridge; then 3.2 miles to St. James; then left on Church Hill Road. 26 — CAPITOL, STATE OF FRANKLIN (1785-1788): Reconstructed log cabin represents

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SIGHTSEEING FROM 9 capitol. On College Street across from Greeneville Town Hall. 27 — TUSCULUM UNIVERSITY (1794): The oldest college west of the Appalachian Mountains. Take U.S. Highway 11E North (Andrew Johnson Highway) 3.8 miles to Tusculum; turn right on Tennessee Highway 107 East (Erwin Highway); then 0.9 miles. Campus is to the right. 28 — TWIN CREEKS GOLF COURSE (18 HOLES): Public course, par 76. Take U.S. Highway 11E North (Andrew Johnson Highway) 8 miles; course is on the right, 2 miles beyond Greene Valley Developmental Center. 29 — BIBLE COVERED BRIDGE, WARRENSBURG (1921): Take U.S. Highway 321 (Newport Highway) south 3 miles to Warrensburg Road; turn right and drive 12 miles; dirt road to bridge on the right. 30 — ANDREW JOHNSON GOLF COURSE (18 HOLES):

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Public course, par 70. Take U.S. Highway 321 (Newport Highway) south. After crossing Tennessee Highway 70 (Asheville Highway), go 1.3 miles then turn left onto Lick Hollow Road. Go 0.5 miles. It will be on the left. 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 — GREENEVILLE GREENE COUNTY HISTORY 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 bounded by Main, Church, Irish and Depot streets. Restored 1820s-era mansion is at the corner of West Church and Irish streets. Tours available daily. For more information call 787-0500.

opened in 1996. Further renovations occurred in 2007. BOTH SIDES HONORED

Greeneville is thought to be one of the few towns that honor both Union GENERAL JOHN HUNT MORGAN and Confederate forces on government During the Civil War, Greeneville property. changed hands numerous times between Two monuments relating to the Civil Union and Confederate forces. War period stand on the lawn of the Although the state as a whole had voted Greene County Courthouse. to secede from the Union, East Tennessee One, a statue of a standing Union was an island of predominantly Unionist soldier, is dedicated to local troops who sentiment within the South. served in the Grand Army of the Republic At times during the war years, colorful but controversial Confederate cavalry (Union army). leader General John Hunt Morgan was an The other, a granite slab with engraved overnight guest of Dr. and Mrs. Alexander text dealing with General Morgan’s Williams, of Greeneville. life and death, memorializes the fallen Admirers often referred to General Confederate cavalry leader who died Morgan as “The Thunderbolt of the Confederacy,” a reference to his lightning- only a block away. Greeneville and Greene County are both named in fast raids deep into Union-dominated honor of General Nathanael Greene, a territory. His men were known as “Morgan’s Raiders.” Rhode Island Quaker who joined the On the morning of Sept. 4, 1864, revolutionary army under General George Morgan was shot to death on the grounds Washington. of the Williams home during a surprise Greene, a protégé of Washington and attack by federal troops. He had spent the one of his most trusted officers, became previous night at the Williams home. The brick residence, a famed showplace an outstanding American general who led in the defeat of British forces in the South. home from the early 1820s through the Civil War, has been restored as a house After the Revolutionary War, Greene died museum and now is called the Dicksonat age 45. He never visited this area. Williams Mansion. (Daily 90-minute Water from the spring that brought tours start at 1 p.m. from the lobby of The settlers to this area still runs quietly into General Morgan Inn.) Richland Creek, behind the GreenevilleThe present-day General Morgan Inn, a one-time railroad hotel formerly named Greene County Public Library on North Main Street. Grand Central Hotel and then Hotel Brumley, which closed in 1981, stands not Before the settlers came to what is now far from the site where Morgan was shot. Greene County, the Big Spring was a The century-old hotel was renovated water source for Native Americans who in the 1990s and re-named in the slain lived in the area. Confederate general’s memory. The spring continued to serve as the The hotel was the key element of a leading local water source for more than $15 million public-private downtown 150 years after the Town of Greeneville revitalization project known as Morgan was established in the early 1780s. Square. The new General Morgan Inn


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Greene County 911 Makes Help A Call Away Greene County Emergency Communications, a 911 system, is headquartered at 111 Union St., Greeneville. The program allows all Greene County residents to request fire, law enforcement or emergency medical assistance by dialing 911. Only emergency calls should be made by dialing 911. For non-emergency calls to the 911 office, dial 6388663. Since 2018, Greene County 911 has given residents the ability to opt-in to emergency notifications powered by Hyper-Reach, a Rochester, New York, company that provides mass emergency notifications for public safety. There are a number of ways residents can sign up for the service, including visiting the website http://hyperreach.com/tngreenesignup.html, calling 423-406-6271 and following the prompts or texting GreeneCoAlerts to 423-406-6271. Initial set-up for those with cellphones takes less

than five minutes. Residents can choose how to receive the notifications, either through voice, text, email or a combination of the options. An app can also be downloaded and the system will automatically post notifications on the Greene County 911 Facebook page. CenturyLink provides the database for 911’s location information. Phone numbers, as well as home and business addresses, are contained in the database. POST REFLECTIVE NUMBERS To ease the difficulty of tracking down a house or business, the 911 program requests that 4-inch reflective house numbers be placed where they 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 families who move from one residence to another, before having telephone service installed.

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Other Useful Numbers CenturyLink: 1-800-366-8201 Website: www.centurylink.com

Greeneville Light & Power System: 636-6200; Website: www.glps.net

Atmos Energy: 1-888-286-6700 Website: www.atmosenergy.com

Greene County Mayor: 798-1766 Website: www.greenecountytngov.com

GL&PS Repair Service (after hours): 636-6202

Baileyton Town Hall: 234-6911 Bulls Gap City Hall: 235-5216

Greene County Partnership: 638-4111 Website: discovergreenevilletn.com/ chamber-of-commerce-home/

Greene Technology Center: 639-0171 Website: cft.gcschools.net

Greene County Schools: 639-4194 Website: www.greenek12.org

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Greeneville City Schools: 787-8000 Website: www2.gcschools.net

Useful phone numbers and website addresses:

Greeneville Parks & Recreation Dept: 638-3143, 638-3194 or 638-3144 Website: www.greenevilletn.gov The Greeneville Sun: 638-4181 Website: www.GreenevilleSun.com Greeneville Town Hall: 639-7105 Greeneville Water Commission: 638-3148; Website: www.gwctn.org

Greeneville Water Office (waste treatment plant): 639-1022 Website: www.gwctn.org Mosheim Town Hall: 422-4051 Tusculum City Hall: 638-6211 Tusculum University: 636-7300 Website: www.tusculum.edu Walters State Community College: 798-7940; Website: www.ws.edu/ campuses/niswonger/

Non-Emergency Numbers Emergency assistance is only a phone call away by dialing 911. 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: 798-1800, open 24 hours Greene County Detention Center: 798-1802 FIRE DEPARTMENTS (non-emergency situations) Greeneville: 638-4243 Camp Creek: 638-1702 Caney Branch: 638-1237 Cedar Creek: 620-7421 DeBusk: 636-1111 Fall Branch, Washington Co: 423-348-7171 Limestone, Washington Co: 423-257-2571 McDonald: 823-2157

Midway: 422-9701 Town Of Mosheim Fire: 422-7401 Mosheim: 422-7227 Newmansville: 639-7246 Nolichuckey, Washington Co.: 423-257-2803 Orebank: 638-7799 St. James: 639-7121 South Greene: 639-5446 Sunnyside: 638-6597 Tusculum: 638-8068 United: 234-2001 HOSPITALS Greeneville Community Hospital East: 787-5000 www.balladhealth.org EMERGENCY SERVICES Greeneville Emergency & Rescue Squad: 638-3441 Greene County-Greeneville Emergency Medical Services: 798-1720 Greeneville-Greene County Office

of Emergency Management and Homeland Security: 798-1729 or 798-1824 Poison Control Center: 1-800-222-1222 Website: www.aapcc.org

Federal Bureau of Investigation (Knoxville office): 865-544-0751 Website: www.fbi.gov

SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE CHIPS Domestic Violence Shelter (serves Greene, Unicoi and Carter counties) Office Phone: 743-0022 Sexual Assault Center of East Tennessee Center: 865-558-9040 Crisis hotline: 865-522-7273

Office of Homeland Security East Tennessee Office: 317-8044 Nashville: 615-521-5200 Website: www.tennessee.gov/ homelandsecurity

POLICE (NON-EMERGENCY) Baileyton: 234-6911 Greeneville: 639-7111 Tusculum: 638-6211 Mosheim: 422-7666 STATE, FEDERAL AGENCIES Tennessee Highway Patrol: 348-6144 Website: www.tn.gov/safety

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Utility Services Several utilities serve this community. Information about service, connection, reconnection and billing may be obtained by calling the local office of each. WATER Greeneville Water Commission Location: 516 N. Main St., Greeneville, TN 37445. Phone: 638-3148. Office hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Services: Water and sewer service is provided to residents of Greeneville and areas of Greene County. Getting Connected: Visit our website at www.gwctn.org for information, or 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 service charge (inside the Greeneville city limits, $25; outside the Greeneville city limits, $35) before service can be started. Water commission employees are often able travel to the customer property to start water service on the same day that the deposit and service charges are paid. For those in Greeneville, the minimum bill for only water usage is $9.00 per month. The monthly minimum bill for only sewer usage is $10.00. Outside Greeneville’s city limits, the minimum bill for water access is $18, and the minimum bill for sewer access is $20.00.

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: 215 Tusculum Bypass Tusculum, TN 37745 639-6362 Cross Anchor Utility District: 800 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy Greeneville, TN 37745 639-5125 Glen Hills Utility District: 2710 Newport Hwy Greeneville, TN 37743 639-8622 Mosheim Water Department: 1000 Main St. Mosheim, TN 37818 422-4051 North Greene Utility District: 6470 Horton Hwy Greeneville, TN 37745 234-3145 Old Knox Utility District: 8152 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy Mosheim, 37817 422-1660

ELECTRICITY Greeneville Light & Power System Location: 110 N. College St., Greeneville, TN 37743 Office hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays Phone: 636-6200 Website: www.glps.net Service: The Greeneville Light & Power System 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: 3417 N. Roan St., Johnson City, TN 37601 Office hours: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays Contact: 800-201-4099 General business info phone: 423-218-1361 Website: www.centurylink.com Service: CenturyLink provides broadband, voice and wireless services to consumers and businesses. AT&T Location: 2795 E. Andrew Johnson Highway, Greeneville, TN 37745 Store hours: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday to Saturday, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday Phone: 423-638-2957 Website: www.att.com Service: AT&T supplies wireless service and devices to consumers and businesses.

NATURAL GAS Atmos Energy Location: 1221 Snapps Ferry Road, Greeneville, TN 37745 Office hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays Phone: 888-286-6700 Website: www.atmosenergy.com Getting Connected: Call or visit the website to start service. If a residence already has a natural gas line, the gas is usually turned on by the next business day. To install a line and turn on the gas requires three to four weeks.

PROPANE Admiral Propane Location: 1145 Forest St., Greeneville, TN 37743 Office hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays Phone: 278-9891 Website: www.admiralpropane.com Getting Connected: Service is usually set up within two weeks of the customer’s request. Free estimates are available for

installation costs for tanks, water heaters, and other equipment. Tank rental and commercial rates are available. Marsh Petroleum Location: 253 Baileyton Road, Greeneville, TN 37743 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 including tanks, water heaters and floor and wall furnaces. Yearly fees for tank rental and rates depend on the customer’s chosen amount of equipment. Industrial and commercial rates are available. AmeriGas Location: 135 W. Bernard Ave., Greeneville, TN 37743 Office hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday Phone: 639-7788 Website: www.amerigas.com/locations/ propane-offices/tennessee/ greenville/135-west-bernard-ave 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. AmeriGas 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/XFinity Phone: 1-800-COMCAST Website: www.comcast.com Direct TV Phone: 1-800-531-5000 Website: www.directv.com Dish Network Phone: 1-800-333-3474 or 1-888-660-7212 Website: www.dish.com


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Walking Tours Showcase Downtown Greeneville’s History istoric landmarks throughout downtown Greeneville connect its past with its present and future. Although Greeneville is now thriving in the 21st century, reminders evidence that Andrew Johnson, 17th president of the United States, called the area his home more than 150 years ago. Visiting these historic places can make the past come alive.

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“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, two professionally guided walking tours of historic points in downtown Greeneville are offered from April through October. The first is a 90 minute walking tour which departs the lobby of the General Morgan Inn Monday-Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Tours of the Dickson-Williams Mansion are also available. They

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their cell phones or smartphones. The tour covers 10 historic sites, including the Dickson-Williams Mansion and the Andrew Johnson sites. All one has to do is stop at the sites listed, call the audio tour number and hear all of the information about the particular place. The tour takes about 20 minutes and can be either walked or driven. DIAL AND DISCOVER TOUR The Andrew Johnson OnCell Audio The National Park Service is offering a new way to experience the Historic District Tour flier, which includes a list and map of the sites, along with the audio tour number in downtown Greeneville. and directions, is a free service and can be The Andrew Johnson OnCell Audio picked up at the Andrew Johnson Visitors Tour is a self-guided tour that allows people to visit some of the major stops and Center. Website: https://anjo.oncell.com/ hear the stories all with the convenience of en/index.html


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the map in the brochure. Other historical Born on Dec. 29, 1808, in Raleigh, North sites not officially included as part of the tour — such as some of Greeneville’s Carolina, Johnson was only 3 years old older private homes — are occasionally when his father died. His mother raised mentioned, but not printed in all-capitals. him and eventually apprenticed him to Preserved inside a brick structure, which a tailor when he was 14. Abandoning also houses the Andrew Johnson National his apprenticeship, Johnson moved to Greeneville in 1826, along with his mother, Historic Site Visitors Center, is the ANDREW JOHNSON TAILOR SHOP. his brother and their stepfather. This location is where the “Walk With The Only a year later, Johnson married President” begins. Eliza McCardle. Supported by his wife Visitors can see the tailor shop, along and customers, Johnson advanced his with a table made by Johnson’s brother, education and began developing the Tyler, and a stove that was used to heat strongly constitutional philosophy that small buildings of the day. marked his politics. The sound of footsteps on the wooden Johnson operated his tailor shop in a clapboard building typical of the day, often floor, the noise of shears snipping cloth, and other sound effects are used to bring debating local, state and national political the tailor/president to life. issues with friends as he cut and stitched Some of the newer displays in the clothing. museum include the “Polk jewelry,” given Rising to the position of Greeneville alderman in 1829, Johnson moved forward to Martha Johnson, daughter of Andrew, from there in successive leadership roles at by Sarah Childress Polk, wife of President James K. Polk, while Johnson was still a the local, state and national levels to hold member of Congress, and Eliza Johnson’s the highest office in the land in 1865. The places indicated in all-capital letters sewing kit. There is also a display case that features below are the tour sites listed in “A Walk With The President” and are numbered on different artifacts every three months.

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A short film 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 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

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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.

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WALKING FROM PAGE 17 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 loved principal and teacher who educated many Greeneville citizens within the school’s brick walls. Today the building houses the Roby Fitzgerald Adult Center (a senior citizens’ facility), and the RSVP and ACCESS programs.

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 and an early settler — 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

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of Confederate Gen. John Hunt Morgan. Other historic homes across 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. The owners carefully disassembled the two log houses and relocated, combined and expanded them into their residence at a site about 20 feet closer to the front of the lot. Confederate soldiers camped in the backyard 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 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 example of Greek Revival architecture. The church’s best known feature is a cannonball, which is representative of the one that 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

Dickerson-Williams Mansion receiving new shutters EPISCOPAL CHURCH, occupying a beautiful, traditional church building. Built in 1850 and designed by George M. Spencer, this white frame church’s interior features 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 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

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start daily at 1 p.m. from the lobby of the General Morgan Inn. Call Main Street Tours at 423-787-0500 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.

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WALKING FROM PAGE 19 The SHEETS HOME is located next door. This establishment 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 to the 1840s.

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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, an 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 two-story 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. Other highlights include the Greeneville A legal snag kept the title to the house Union Convention of June 1861 and the from going through to Johnson for about funeral of President Andrew Johnson in 20 years. 1875. When Johnson finally received the title, Monuments on the courthouse lawn he traded the house along with $950 for honor, among others, John Sevier, governor the home that most people today associate of the State of Franklin and first elected with him — the Johnson Homestead. governor of the new Tennessee in 1796; During the most momentous years of his the many Union soldiers from Greene public life, this was Johnson’s Tennessee County who served in the Civil War, and residence. Confederate Gen. John Hunt Morgan. Open to the public, this house provides a glimpse into the home life of Johnson and Near Courthouse Square is the tour’s his family, and of domestic life generally in next stop, the MANSION HOUSE. This the mid-1800s. house was the site of an 1835 reception for On most days, guided tours may be Andrew Jackson. It was also originally the scheduled hourly. Tour arrangements home of John Dickson. are made at the Andrew Johnson Visitor The current appearance of the home Center located on College Street at the differs significantly from the original. corner of East Depot Street. Once a two-story brick house with double chimneys, it now houses the The next stop on the tour is the business Adams & Plucker, CPA, and looks GREENEVILLE-GREENE COUNTY more like a typical storefront than the HISTORY MUSEUM, on West McKee residential mansion it originally was. Street at South Main Street. Reflecting more than 200 years of history, this Farther down South Main Street is the museum contains artifacts from SEVIER-LOWRY HOUSE, Greeneville’s throughout Greene County illustrating oldest standing structure and the second various aspects of life here over the Valentine Sevier house on the tour route. centuries. Though covered with clapboards for 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.

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Local Heritage Organizations A number of organizations focus on preserving the rich historical heritage of the community. They include: Andrew Johnson Heritage Association Contact: George Collins, President 525-0240 Baileyton Area Historical Society Contact: 620-8580 Blue Springs Historical Association Contact: Wilhemina Williams, President 257-4253 Dickson-Williams Historical Association Contact: Sarah Webster, Chairman 552-0426 Greene County Genealogical Society Contact: 638-5034 or 638-9866 (T. Elmer Cox Library) Greene County Heritage Trust Contact: George Scott, President 502-0368 Greeneville-Greene County History Museum Contact: Betty Fletcher, Operations Director 636-1558; (W) www.greenevillegreenecountyhistorymseum.com Overmountain Victory Trail Association Contact: Steve Ricker, Director of Interpretation 278-0439; www.ovta.org Sons of Confederate Veterans, John Hunt Morgan Camp 2053 Contact: Todd Pierce, Commander 367-3722 Daughters of the American Revolution, Nolachuckey Chapter Contact: nolachuckey@tndar.org Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, President Andrew Johnson Camp 70 Contact: Tim Massey 620-3813; horses319@comcast.net; www.suvcw.org


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Greene Governed By County, 4 Municipal Systems www.greenecountytngovt.com. The four municipalities of Greene The county mayor and all other County operate under their own individual countywide officeholders are elected at governmental regulations, while Greene County as a whole has its own government. the same time, with the exception of the property assessor, who is elected to a four-year term two years after the county The municipalities in Greene County commission and county mayor are elected. are Greeneville, the county seat, and the Greene County holds a general election smaller incorporated towns of Baileyton on the first Thursday in August in evenand Mosheim and the city of Tusculum. numbered years. MEETINGS: The county commission GREENE COUNTY LEADERSHIP: The county is governed meets every month on the third Monday at 6 p.m. at the Greene County Courthouse. by the Greene County Commission, a 21-member elected legislative body. The senior administrator and chief financial GREENEVILLE officer for the county is the county mayor, LEADERSHIP: Greeneville, the county who serves full-time. seat, is governed by an elected board of a The Greene County Planning mayor and four aldermen. The members Commission administers landalso serve on various municipal boards and use planning, including making commissions. recommendations to the Greene County The city administrator, a full-time Commission on zoning matters, and has employee, is the chief administrative officer approval authority over subdivisions that of the town and reports to the Greeneville are outside the jurisdictions of the various Board of Mayor and Aldermen. municipal governments. The police department and fire ELECTIONS: County commissioners department (except for chiefs) are covered are elected by district (there are seven under the Greeneville Civil Service system, commission districts, with three which is overseen by the Greeneville commissioners per district) to serve a four- Civil Service Board. Collectively, those year term. To find out your commission two departments are known as the town’s district, call the Greene County Election classified services. Commission office at 798-1715, or visit Subdivision matters for Greeneville

WALKING FROM PAGE 21 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.

and for Greeneville’s Urban Growth Area, which extends beyond the town limits, are administered by the Greeneville Regional Planning Commission. Planning commission members are appointed by the board of mayor and aldermen. ELECTIONS: The city is divided into two wards, with two aldermen being elected from each ward. The mayor is elected by voters in both wards. The 1st Ward is the area north of Church Street, and the 2nd Ward is the area south of Church Street. The two 1st Ward aldermen are elected to two-year terms in odd-numbered years, and the two 2nd Ward aldermen and the mayor are elected to two-year terms in even-numbered years. Elections are in August. MEETINGS: The Greeneville Board of Mayor and Aldermen meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each month.

BAILEYTON LEADERSHIP: Baileyton has a mayor, a vice mayor and three aldermen, who each serve a four-year term. The town also has an appointed planning commission. ELECTIONS: Coordinated with Greene County general elections, Baileyton municipal elections are held on the first Thursday in August of each even-

numbered year. In even-numbered years when the mayor, the vice mayor, and one alderman 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.

MOSHEIM LEADERSHIP: The town has a mayor and four aldermen. Mosheim also has an appointed planning commission. ELECTIONS: A mayor and four aldermen are elected in August of evennumbered years and serve four-year terms. MEETINGS: Board meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of each month.

TUSCULUM LEADERSHIP: The city 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 November even-numbered years, whenever a commissioner’s term expires. MEETINGS: The Tusculum Board of Mayor and Commissioners meets the third Monday of each month.

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 Other historic homes in the downtown district include: the Wheat Williams House the James G. Reaves House (Walnut Lawn Farm”) (1855), also on South Main Street. (early 1800s), corner of McKee and Irish 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.


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Municipal Officials The following is a list of elected officials and others appointed to the governments of Greeneville, Baileyton, Tusculum and Mosheim.

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Getting In Touch With State-Level Officials The governor of Tennessee and local state legislators can be reached at: Gov. Bill Lee (R) Governor’s Office Tennessee State Capitol, 1st Floor 600 Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Blvd. Nashville, TN 37243 Phone: 615-741-2001 State Sen. Steve Southerland (R) 1st Senate District: All voters in Greene County are in the 1st Senate District. Nashville office: 425 Representative John Lewis Way North Suite 722 Cordell Hull Building Nashville, TN 37243 Phone: 615-741-3851 Fax: 615-253-0330 Email: sen.steve.southerland@capitol.tn.gov Morristown address: 4648 Harbor Drive Morristown, TN 37814 Phone: 423-587-6167

Nashville office: 425 5th Avenue North Suite 406 Cordell Hull Building Nashville, TN 37243 Phone: 615-741-7482 Fax: 615-253-0210 Email: rep.david.hawk@capitol.tn.gov Greeneville address: 407 Crockett Lane Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 423-639-8146 State Rep. Jeremy Faison (R) 11th House District. This district includes the Greene County precincts of Caney Branch, Mohawk, Orebank, McDonald and South Greene. Nashville office: 425 Rep. John Lewis North Suite 604 Cordell Hull Building Nashville, TN 37243 Phone: 615-741-6871 Fax: 615-253-0225 Email: rep.jeremy.faison@capitol.tn.gov Cosby Address: 2566 Sorrel Road Cosby, TN 37722

State Rep. David Hawk (R) 5th House District. This district includes all of Greene County with the exception Websites: of Caney Branch, Mohawk, Orebank, www.state.tn.us McDonald and South Greene precincts. www.legislature.state.tn.us

Mayor: Cal Doty Aldermen: Scott Bullington, Kristin Girton, Ginny Kidwell, and Tim Teague City Administrator: Todd Smith Recorder & Finance Director: Lora Young City Attorney: Ronald W. Woods Director of Schools: Steven Starnes Police Chief: Tim Ward Fire Chief: Alan Shipley Public Works Director: William Barner Building Official: Bert Seay Planner: Randy Davenport Parks & Recreation Director: Butch Patterson Water Superintendent: Laura White Human Resources Director: Patsy Fuller Airport Authority: Jimmy Collins, Wes Hope, Sherry Hensley, Paul McAfee and Jeff Hollett Beer Board: Cal Doty, Scott Bullington, Kristin Girton, Ginny Kidwell, and Tim Teague Board of Education: Cindy Luttrell, Crystal Hirschy, Dr. Craig Shepherd, Pam Botta, and Josh Quillen Civil Service Board: Joe Gonzalez, Dr. John Boys and Nathaniel Renner Health & Educational Facilities Board: Sam Miller, Kent Bewley, Bill Hickerson, Brandon Hull, Rodney Bell, Tommy Burns, and Watson Leonard Historic Zoning Commission: Ben Brooks, Bill Brown, D. Jeannine Dalton, Roger Hankins, Dr. Jaime ParmanRyans, Don Sexton, Noah Young, Peter Higgins, and Kristin Girton Housing Authority: Don Hamilton, Janice Bradley, Mike Burns, Mary Hall, and William Barner Greeneville Energy Authority Board of Directors: Shane Hite, Willie Anderson, Tim Teague, Sarah E.T. Webster, and Jim

Emory Parking Authority: Tim Teague, Craig Ogle, Cal Doty, Doug DeBusk, and Paige Mengel Parks and Recreation Advisory Board: Wayne Phillips, Don Hamilton, Tim Armstrong, Scott Bullington, Roger Woolsey, W.T. Daniels, Gary Compton, Todd Newberry, Sarah E. T. Webster, and Angelo Botta Regional Planning Commission: Lindy Riley, David Durante, W.T. Daniels, Ginny Kidwell, Paige Mengel, Anita Ricker, Cal Doty, Ben Brooks, and Andy Broyles Water Commission: Doug Debusk, J ohnny Honeycutt and Joe Waggoner

BAILEYTON Mayor: William “Kenny” Kerr Aldermen: Andy Pierce, Steve Hall, Sherrie Ottinger and Steve Clouser City Recorder: Jessica Brown City Attorney: Kidwell King Jr. Planning Commission: Kenny Kerr, Wayne Ailshie, Michael Starnes, David McLain, Maryann Hall and Sherrie Ottinger

MOSHEIM Mayor: David Myers Aldermen: Dave Long, James Foshie, Marc Campbell, and Rick Cunningham City Recorder: Kelle Lowery City Clerk: Stephanie Wallin City Attorney: Douglas Payne Planning Commission: Jessie Lowery, Bob Purgason, Dave Long, Mike Musick, Ron Fields, and Donnie Knight

TUSCULUM Mayor: Alan Corley Vice Mayor: Barbara Britton Commissioners: Barbara Britton, Mike Burns and Alan Corley City Recorder: John Lamb City Attorney: Alex R. Chestnut Planning Commission: Mike Burns, Alan Corley, Dale Landers, Teresa McCrary, and Eric Price


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Greene County Officials And Committees Following is a listing of officials who are either elected or appointed to operate Greene County’s government as of the time of publication, as well as a list of the county’s appointed boards and commissions and joint Greene CountyGreeneville boards and commissions.

COUNTY OFFICIALS Mayor: Kevin Morrison Director of Schools: David McLain County Sheriff: Wesley Holt General Sessions and Juvenile Court Judge: Kenneth Bailey Jr. Road Superintendent: Kevin Swatsell County Clerk: Lori Bryant Circuit Court Clerk: Whitney Shelton Collins Clerk and Master: Kay Solomon Armstrong Register of Deeds: Karen CollinsOttinger Trustee: Nathan Holt Assessor of Property: Chuck Jeffers Administrator Of Elections: Justin Reaves Budget Director: Danny Lowery Building & Zoning Commissioner: Tim Tweed Planning Coordinator: Amy Tweed Purchasing Agent: Diane Swatzell County Attorney: Roger Woolsey Director of Veterans Services: Charles McLain Constables: Travis Dearstone (R), District 1; Wayne Wilhoit (R), District 2;

Kenneth W. Bitner (R), District 3; William D. Parton (R), District 4; Freddie Sams (R), District 5; Ronnie Kinser (R), District 6; Timothy Vonglis (R), District 7

COUNTY COMMISSION The 21-member Greene County Commission serves as the county’s legislative body. Commissioners’ names, party affiliations and commission districts they represent are:

6th District: Jeffrey Bible (R), Josh Kesterson (R), John Squibb Waddle Jr. (D). District consists of the McDonald and Mosheim precincts. 7th District: Paul Burkey (R), Teddy Lawing (R), Mike Musick (R). District consists of High School and Glenwood precincts.

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The following are a list of boards, committees and authorities that oversee 1st District: Kathy Crawford (R), Nick some part of the operations of county Gunter (R), Tim White (R). government and, in many cases, make District consists of the Baileyton, West recommendations to the Greene County Pines and Ottway precincts. Commission. For more information, contact the 2nd District: Joshua Arrowood (R), Brad Greene County Mayor’s Office at 798-1766, Peters (R), Kaleb Powell (R). or visit www.greenecountytngov.com. District consists of the Chuckey-Doak t 911 Sign Committee and Chuckey precincts. t Animal Control Committee 3rd District: Jason Cobble (R), Jan Kiker t Audit Committee (R), Robin Quillen (R). t Beverage Board Committee District consists of Tusculum View and t Board of Equalization Doak precincts. t Budget Committee t Building Code Committee 4th District: William “Bill” Dabbs (R), t Building Code Appeals Committee Lyle Parton (R), Tim Smithson (R). t Cable Franchise Committee District consists of the Courthouse and t Civil Service Board Camp Creek precincts. t County Extension Committee t Delinquent Tax Board 5th District: Lloyd “Hoot” Bowers (R), t Education Committee Pamela Carpenter (R), Gary Shelton (R). t Ethics Committee District consists of the Nolachuckey, Debusk, Middle School and South Greene t Health and Safety Debris Ordinance precincts. t Insurance Committee

t Investment Committee t Law Enforcement Committee t Personnel Policies Committee t Property Sales Committee t Purchasing Committee t Range Oversight Committee t Regional Library Board t Regional Solid Waste t Road and Highway Committee t Solid Waste Committee t Board of Zoning Appeals

JOINT CITY-COUNTY BOARDS Some officials on the joint public bodies will also serve on these boards or committees due to the nature of their positions as elected officials. For more information, contact the Greene County Mayor’s Office at 798-1766, or visit www. greenecountytngov.com. t 911 Board t Board of Health t Emergency Medical Services Board t Greene County Historical Committee t Greene County Records Committee t Industrial Development Board of Greeneville and Greene County t Industrial Park Agency t Greeneville-Greene County Library Board t Regional Library Board Appointees t Regional Solid Waste Planning Board

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Kevin Swatsell

Assessor of Property

Chuck Jeffers Our obligation in the Greene County Assessor’s Office is to be fair and unbiased to all citizens of Greene County. We strive to maintain our efficiency and constantly improve our level of professionalism so that we may better serve you. Our office staff are proficient, knowledgeable, experienced, and friendly professionals ready to assist you. Any time you have a question about an assessment or any other issue pertaining to county property, please give us a call. Or, you are always welcome to come by and pay us a visit in Suite 222 of the Courthouse Annex between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Contact me at 423-798-1738 204 North Cutler Street, Suite 222, Greeneville, TN 37745

County Mayor

Kevin Morrison

The County Mayor is the Chief Executive and Chief Financial Officer of the County. The County Mayor primarily serves in a role of leadership, influence, and executive function for the entire County and directly manages several County departments. The County Mayor leads, directs, and/or influences: * ocal Economic Development * ounty Budget/Financial Management * &verall Governmental Vision, Direction, and Function * epartmental Management, Policy, and 9379 >? It is the honor and privilege of my life to serve you. I will ensure that we (your local government) work hard every day to be responsive in our duty to you, and responsibly and judiciously use our tax dollars to make Greene County the best place to live, work, and play. 204 N. Cutler Street, Suite 206, Greeneville, TN

(423) 798-1766

It is my honor to serve the people of Greene County. Our department is working hard to meet infrastructure needs by focusing on hard work and intentional budgeting. The safety and advancement of the highway system in Greene County is our top priority. Thanks again for the opportunity to serve.

County Clerk

Lori Bryant * otor Vehicle Registration available at the kiosk in the County Clerk’s Office. * &ffering Vehicle Registration Mobile Service at the locations of Mosheim, Tusculum, Baileyton Town Halls, and Camp Creek Ruritan Memorial Park Pavilion. * otor Vehicle ?69 ? <" * usiness Tax Help Desk for electronic filing through The Department of Revenue. * 'rints titles for the State of Tennessee Department of Revenue. * ssues marriage licenses. * ssues on-premises and off-premises permits to sell beverages in unincorporated areas of the county. * ollects occupancy tax. * ssues Business Tax licenses. * inutes for County Commission meetings. * &nline Services. * 'artnering with the Department of Safety Drivers ?69 9 Services with a new service available in renewing Drivers ?69 9 & also issuing duplicate Drivers ?69 9 to the Greene County citizens. * .New Service” through the County Clerk partnering with the Department of Safety, which is the Handgun Permit Renewals and the new ( ID in which a Gold Star can be placed on your Driver’ icense for boarding an airplane or entering a Federal Buildings. Contact me at

Contact me at 423.798.1745

798-1708 or 798-1775

“Thank You For Allowing Me To Serve The Citizens of Greene County”

Greene County Trustee

Nathan R. Holt

The trustee serves as the county’s banker and treasurer. The three major functions of the trustee’s office are: (1) Collecting the county’s property taxes; (2) Accounting for and disbursing county funds; and (3) Investing temporarily idle county funds. The trustee’s office takes pride in providing Greene County citizens with professional,courteous, customer-focused service in an efficient manner. If we can be of service to you, please come see us or give us a call at 423-798-1705. Remember, we work for you!


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Christ United Methodist Church 307 South Main Street (423) 638-6224

In-Person Worship: Sunday 10:30a.m. YouTube Worship @ CUMC, Greeneville

email: christum307@gmail.com

website: cumcgreeneville.com

Notre Dame Catholic Church 212 Mt. Bethel Rd., Greeneville, TN (423) 639-9381

www.notredamechurchtn.org

Weekend Mass Schedule Sacrament of Reconciliation: Saturday 4:00pm Vigil Mass: Saturday 5:00pm Sunday Masses: 8:00am; 11:00am; 3:00pm Holy Mass is live streamed at 11:00am each Sunday morning on Youtube.

Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church Worship 10:30 AM In Person Via Zoom And In The Parking Lot Via FM 107.5 Sermon Also Posted On YouTube

www.shilohcpc.net

CPCs (K-5th) & Youth (Middle & High School) Meet Wednesday 5:30 PM - 7:00PM August through April

1121 Shiloh Road, Greeneville (423) 639-3763 Facebook: shilohcumberlandpresbyterian

HORSE CREEK CHURCH OF GOD

Where salvation makes you a member 900 Old Jonesborough Rd., Chuckey, TN 37641 423.638.5240 www.HorseCreekChurchOfGod.com Pastor Bobby Morrison

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Sunday: 10:30 AM | 6:00 PM Junior Youth Sunday: 6:00 PM Senior Youth Sunday: 6:00 PM Wednesday: 6:30 PM

First Presbyterian Church 110 N. Main St., Greeneville

423-638-4533

www.firstpresgreeneville.org Call Or Check Website For Current Schedule Sunday 8:30 a.m. Worship with Weekly Communion 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for All Ages 11:00 a.m. Worship (broadcast beginning at 11:00 a.m. on WSMG 1450 AM , YouTube, & Facebook)

Youth Fellowship Weekly MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES Vocal and Handbell Choirs WEDNESDAY After School Youth Program, Family Supper, Worship & Education for all

Worship Times

St. James Lutheran Church

Adventist Community Service Center

638-3008

Greeneville Seventh-Day Adventist Church

710 Asheville Highway Greeneville, TN 37743 423-638-5014

Sabbath School: 9:15 a.m. Worship: 11:00 a.m.

120 Idletime Drive (423) 639-7127 Open Monday & Tuesday 9:00am - 11:00am

3205 St. James Rd., Greeneville

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1985 Buckingham Rd. 638-7464 & ax 638-6026 Dr. James K. Pierce, III, Sr. Pastor Worship Opportunities Sunday School: 9:00 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study: 6:00 p.m. www.toweringoaks.org

423-638-8361 Worship Opportunities

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Church Guide 3709 Old State Route 34, Limestone

Pastor, Jim DuMond

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Welcome - Grow - Serve

Tim Roach, Pastor Larry A. Kelley, Outreach Coordinator

Sunday Worship 10:30 am | Sunday School 9:30 am 400 West Main Street, Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-4627

Worship Opportunities *Sunday School: 10am Morning Worship: 10:55am Evening Worship: 6pm WEDNESDAY: Bible Study & Children/Youth Group: 7:00 p.m. email: office@limestonefwb.org www.limestonefwb.org *Please call to verify meeting schedules due to COVID-19

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2800 Cedar Creek Road, Greeneville, TN • 423-639-3468 Samuel Chaffin, Senior Pastor Charles Heater, Teaching Pastor Sunday 9:00am - Small Groups For All Ages 10:00am - Worship Service In The Building & On Facebook Live 10:00am - Children’s Church For 3 Years Through 5th Grade

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First Church of God

1505 West Main Street 423-638-4818 Dr. Nathan Leasure, Senior Pastor Ralph Shipley, Associate of Pastoral Care Thomas Ervin, Associate of Worship Sunday School 10am Sunday Worship 11am Wednesday 7pm

210 Luther St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-9754 www.sanctuarytn.org Pastor: Jeremy J. Carver

Worship Opportunities Sunday Worship 10:00am & 6:00pm Tuesday “Celebrate Recovery” 7:00pm Wednesday Bible Study & Youth 6:30pm Thursday Bible Study 10:00am Sunday Children’s Activities 6:00pm Home of Noah’s Ark www.greenevillefcog.org and Facebook Childcare & Preschool

Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church 201 N. Main St.

Sunday Morning Worship 9:30AM

423-638-4119

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James W. Lively, Pastor

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Greeneville: The Seat Of State, Federal, County Courts There are federal, state, county and municipal courts in Greeneville.

FEDERAL U.S. District Court The home of the Northeastern Division of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee is in the James H. Quillen United States Courthouse at 220 W. Depot St. The courtroom is on the fourth floor. Hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays, except holidays. Website: www.tned.uscourts.gov/ greeneville. Court Clerks: Rick Tipton is the divisional manager. Phone: 639-3105 Judges: Senior Judge J. Ronnie Greer has been a U.S. District Judge since 2003. His office is on the fourth floor. His office number is 639-0063. Judge Clifton Corker is a US District Judge. His office is on the third floor. To contact him, call 787-7400. Other offices in the federal courthouse are: Magistrate Judge’s Court, Bankruptcy Court, Bankruptcy Court Clerk’s Office, Probation/Pretrial office, U.S. Marshals Service office, U.S. Attorney’s office and an office of the General Services Administration. David G. Jolley is the U.S. marshal for the Eastern District of Tennessee. The office phone number is 638-3391. The U.S. Probation Office, on the courthouse’s third floor, is supervised by the Deputy Chief U.S. Probation Officer. The office phone number is 638-8121.

U.S. Bankruptcy Court The home of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee is in the James H. Quillen United States Courthouse located at 220 W. Depot St. 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. The bankruptcy court clerk’s offices are on the second floor. Historic Greene County Courthouse William T. Magill is the deputy in charge of Chancery Court the clerk’s office. Location: Lower level of the Greene County Courthouse, South Main Street at U.S. Department Of Justice East Depot Street. The offices of the Clerk Phone: 639-6759 or 823-5022 & Master, Kay Solomon Armstrong, also Francis M. (Trey) Hamilton III is are located there. U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Hours: Except for holidays, hours for the Tennessee. clerk & master’s office are weekdays from 8 They are located in Suite 423 on the a.m. to 4:30 p.m. fourth floor. Phone: 798-1742 or 798-1744 Fax: 798-1743 Federal Defender Services Chancellor: Douglas T. Jenkins Location: 129 W. Depot St. Suite 1. The chancery court hears the same types Phone: 636-1301 of lawsuits as the circuit court, except for Website: www.fdset.com personal-injury matters and criminal cases. The office’s attorneys are Nick Wallace, The county’s delinquent property tax Nikki Pierce and Kaycee Roberts. lawsuit has historically been filed in

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 3rd Judicial District served by five judges. The counties are Greene, Hamblen, Hawkins and Hancock.

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7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays except holidays. Phone: 798-1760 or 798-1764. Fax: 798-1763. Judges: Circuit judges are Alex Pearson and Tom Wright, both of Greeneville, and Beth Boniface, of Morristown. Circuit judges hear civil cases in which juries are involved, such as negligence, personal injury, malpractice and product liability; and non-jury cases such as divorce, child custody, petitions for orders of protection, adoptions, land disputes and workers compensation cases.

Criminal Court John F. Dugger Jr. is the criminal court chancery court, thereby causing the clerk & judge for the 3rd Judicial District. master to collect delinquent property taxes He hears felony and misdemeanor cases. in that office. When Dugger is holding court in Court sale information is available Greeneville, his office numbers are the on the website www.greeneville.com/ same as the circuit court clerk’s, 798-1760 courtsale. or 798-1764. Circuit Court District Attorney General Location: Third floor of the Greene The district attorney general for the 3rd County Courthouse. The circuit court clerk Judicial District is Dan Armstrong. is Whitney Shelton Collins. Hours: The clerk’s office is open from His Greeneville office is at 124 Austin St.,


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Suite 3. The Child Support Enforcement Division is at 124 Austin St., Suite 2. Phone: 787-1450; child support, 7871458 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. and Jon “Chal” Thompson are assistant district attorneys in Greeneville. The Child Support Administrator is Sharon A. Rollins. The Child Support Enforcement Division attorneys are Tina Ailshie and Danielle Coggins.

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. 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 smallclaims court with jurisdiction limited to $25,000. Juvenile Court Location: Greene County Courthouse

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Phone: 798-1736 Judge Kenneth Bailey Jr. 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, the judge 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 per week. He hears dependency and neglect cases and any other cases designated by Bailey. The circuit court clerk maintains all records for sessions and juvenile courts and issues all warrants.

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MUNICIPAL Greeneville Municipal Court is in the board room in the Greeneville Light & 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.

Tusculum’s 4 Mile Walking/Biking Trail

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What You Need To Know To Vote All qualified citizens have the right to vote in national, state and local elections after registering to vote. To be eligible to vote in Tennessee, a qualified citizen must be a citizen of the United States, must be 18 years of age or older on or before the date of the next election and must be a resident of Tennessee. As a convicted felon eligibility to register and vote depends upon the crime convicted of and the date of the conviction. If a felony conviction made a felon ineligible, the felon may regain their eligibility if the conviction has been expunged or if a successful petition to has their voting rights have been granted, unless the conviction for a crime rendered the felon permanently ineligible to vote. In order to participate in an election, a qualified voter must be properly registered no later than thirty (30) days before the election. The election commission office will process any by-mail voter registration form that has been postmarked at least thirty (30) days before the election. T.C.A 2-2-109.

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LOCAL ELECTIONS: The Republican and Democratic parties in Greene County may choose to hold a county primary election on the first Tuesday in May. Greene County holds a general election on the first Thursday in August in even-numbered years, in conjunction with the Federal / State Primary Election.

Municipal elections in Greene County’s towns are nonpartisan. The following is information for elections in municipalities: Greeneville: Town of Greeneville Municipal Elections are held on the first Thursday in August every year. In evennumbered years, the Town of Greeneville Municipal Election coincides with the County General Election. In odd-numbered years, the Town of Greeneville Municipal Election is a stand-alone election. In even-numbered years, two aldermen for the 2nd ward and the mayor are elected. In odd-numbered years, two aldermen for the first ward are elected. The aldermen and mayor serve two-year terms. During some municipal elections, school board members are elected to serve four-year terms, and water commissioners are elected to serve six-year terms. The Greeneville Board of Education has five members which consist of two members from the 1st ward, two members from the 2nd ward, and one at-large member. The Town of Greeneville’s Water Commission has three members who serve at-large. Baileyton: Town of Baileyton Municipal Elections are held on the first Thursday in August every even-numbered year and coincides with the County General Election. The town of Baileyton elects a mayor and four aldermen, each serving a staggered 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: Town of Mosheim Municipal Elections are held on the first Thursday in August every even-numbered year and coincides with the County General Election. The town of Mosheim elects a mayor and four

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January 1 of the calendar year. In that case, the application may be received no earlier than ninety (90) days before the election and no later than seven (7) days before the election. For further details and to review the requirements, please visit FVAP.gov or contact the Greene County Election Commission.

VOTE FROM PAGE 35 aldermen, each serving a staggered fouryear term. In even-numbered years when the mayor and two aldermen are not up for election, the town’s other two aldermen are elected. Tusculum: City of Tusculum Municipal Elections are held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November every evennumbered year and coincides with the State / Federal General Election. 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.

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EARLY VOTING: Registered voters may cast their ballots early (in-person) during the period that extends 20 days before an election to five days before an election. During the Presidential Preference Primary, the period extends 20 days before an election to seven days before an election.

VOTING BY MAIL: Registered voters may vote by mail when

certain conditions are met. If voters wish to vote by mail, they must request a ballot in writing over their signature. The first day to receive a request is ninety (90) days prior to the election, and the last day to receive a request is seven (7) days prior to the election. For more information on absentee-by-mail eligibility, contact the Greene County Election Commission or visit the Tennessee Division of Elections

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How To Obtain A Building Permit Greeneville requires building permits for the construction or remodeling of any residential or commercial structure. The Greeneville Building Inspections Department enforces the 2018 International Building Code, which requires two sets of construction documents to be submitted with each permit application for commercial projects over 1200 square feet. The following must be done to obtain a building permit in Greeneville: t .FFU XJUI UIF CVJMEJOH EFQBSUNFOU early in the design process to review the proposed project. Attention should be focused on any special design features or hazardous occupancies. t 4VCNJU ESBXJOHT UP UIF CVJMEJOH department and allow time for an adequate plan review — typically, two weeks. t ćF DPOTUSVDUPS TIBMM TVCNJU QSPPG PG licensure and insurance as required by

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Information About Driver’s License Services The Greene County Driver License Reinstatement Center is located at 1210 Hal Henard Road, Greeneville, TN 37743. The center is where to go to obtain license reinstatements, license renewals, learner permits, commercial licenses, IDonly 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’s license. A list of certifiable documents that are acceptable can be found at the website or by calling the center at 1-866-849-3548. Tests include a knowledge and skills test, vision screening, and a road test. The road test can also be administered at the Hamblen or Washington county driver’s

license stations. 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 on Main Street in Greeneville. To view the handbook online, visit the website www.tn.gov. Those under the age of 18 may apply for the graduated driver’s 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. A proof of school/ attendance progress form (located on the website) must be obtained as well. The learner’s permit carries a curfew of

no driving between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. To apply for an intermediate restricted license one must meet the following criteria: driver has held a permit for at least 180 days, reached the age of 16, has logged 50 hours of behind-the-wheel driving experience (including 10 hours of night driving), has passed a road skills test and has maintained a safe driving record (less than six points).

A parent or legal guardian must sign the 50-hour certification form (located on the website) as well as provide all required documentation specified above. For further information contact the center at 638-3285, or visit its website at tn.gov/driver-services.html.

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How To Contact Federal Officials The following addresses, phone numbers and websites are different ways to reach the president and vice president, Tennessee’s U.S. Senators, and the U.S. House Representative from the 1st Congressional District: President Joe Biden (D) Vice President Kamala Harris (D) The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Washington, DC 20500 Phone Numbers: Comments: 202-456-1111 Switchboard: 202-456-1414 Website: www.whitehouse.gov

U.S. Sen. Bill Hagerty (R) Washington Office: Russell Senate Building, Room 248 Washington, DC 20002 202-224-4944 Knoxville Office: Howard H. Baker Jr. U.S. Courthouse 800 Market St., #112 Knoxville, TN 37902 865-545-4253 Tri- Cities Office: Terminal Building, Suite 101 Tri-Cities Regional Airport 2525 Highway 75 Blountville, TN 37617 Tri-Cities Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1113 Blountville, TN 37617 423-325-6240 Website: www.hagerty.senate.gov

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U.S. Rep. Diana Harshbarger (R) Washington Office: 167 Cannon House Office Building Washington, DC 20515 202-225-6356 Morristown Office: 1501 E. Morris Boulevard, Ste. 12 Morristown, TN 37813 Kingsport Office: 205 Revere St. Kingsport, TN 37660 423-398-5186 Website: harshbarger.house.gov/ PHOTO BY METRO CREATIVE GRAPHICS

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About Garbage, Recycling Pick-Up And Disposal Several Greene County Convenience Centers placed throughout the area serve Greene County residents with sites for garbage and recycling disposal. Locations, hours and phone numbers for the convenience centers are listed below. All of the centers are closed on Sundays. The Greene County Solid Waste Office is located on 795 Hal Henard Road and is open Monday and Tuesday 6 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and Wednesday through Friday 6 a.m. to noon. For more information regarding services call 798-1794 or use www. greenecountytngov.com/solid-waste/ Curbside garbage collection is available for Town of Greeneville and City of Tusculum residents, along with other disposal services managed by their respective public works departments. Information about services in Greeneville can be found at greenevilletn. gov under the Public Works heading or by calling Greeneville Public Works at 6386152. Information about services in Tusculum can be found at www.tusculumcity.org or by contacting Tusculum City Hall at 6386211.

Location: 3160 Greystone Road Hours: open Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

AFTON Location: 95 American Road Hours: open Mondays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., open Tuesdays and Fridays from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed Wednesdays and Sundays.

BAILEYTON Location: 58 Boulder Loop Hours: open Mondays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., open Wednesdays and Fridays from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed Sunday, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

CLEAR SPRINGS Location: 3065 Clear Springs Road Hours: open Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

CROSS ANCHOR Location: 421 Old Baileyton Road Hours: open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., open Saturdays

Location: 815 Hal Henard Road Hours: open Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., open Tuesdays and Fridays from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed Sundays and Thursdays.

HORSE CREEK Location: 80 Williamson Road Hours: open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

MCDONALD Location: 8190 McDonald Road Hours: open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

OREBANK Location: 125 Orebank Road Hours: open Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

ROMEO Location: 11065 Lonesome Pine Trail Hours: open Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

SOUTH GREENE Location: 6825 Asheville Highway Hours: open Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., open Fridays from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

ST. JAMES Location: 15 St. James Road Hours: open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

SUNNYSIDE Location: 550 Sunnyside Road Hours: open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

WALKERTOWN Location: 1250 Walkertown Road Hours: open Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

WEST GREENE Location: 715 Midway Road Hours: open Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., open Tuesdays and Fridays from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed Sundays and Thursdays.

WEST PINES Location: 3430 West Pines Road Hours: open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

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RECYCLING Many of these garbage collection centers also offer recycling services. A list of these centers and specific items that can be recycled are listed below. Note that E-Waste Recycling (electronics, cellphones, batteries) is now available at all locations excluding Debusk. Most of these facilities accept demolition - note that does not include construction materials (acceptable materials include old furniture such as tables, couches, or mattresses). The hours for recycling are the same as those listed for garbage collection.

AFTON Recyclables: used wire, plastic, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, glass, four used tires per year, batteries, metal, demolition, used computers and monitors, and used motor oil.

BAILEYTON Recyclables: plastic, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, glass, four used tires per year, batteries, metal, demolition, used computers and monitors, and used motor oil.

CLEAR SPRINGS Recyclables: plastic, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, glass, four used tires per year, batteries, metal, demolition, used computers and monitors, and used motor oil.

CROSS ANCHOR Recyclables: plastic, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, glass, four used tires per year, used motor oil, batteries, metal, demolition, and used computers and monitors.

DEBUSK Recyclables: plastic, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, and glass.

GREYSTONE Recyclables: plastic, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, glass, four used tires per year, batteries, metal, demolition, used computers and monitors, and used motor oil.

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HAL HENARD Recyclables: plastic, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, glass, four used tires per year, batteries, metal, demolition, used computers and monitors, and used motor oil.

HORSE CREEK Recyclables: plastic, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, glass, four used tires per year, batteries, metal, demolition, used computers and monitors, and used motor oil.

MCDONALD Recyclables: plastic, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, glass, four used tires per year, batteries, metal, used motor oil, demolition, and used computers and monitors.

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motor oil, demolition, and used computers and monitors.

SOUTH GREENE Recyclables: plastic, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, glass, four used tires per year, batteries, metal, demolition, used computers and monitors, and used motor oil.

ST. JAMES Recyclables: plastic, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, glass, four used tires per year, batteries, metal, demolition, used computers and monitors, and used motor oil.

SUNNYSIDE Recyclables: plastic, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, glass, four used tires per year, batteries, metal, demolition, used computers and monitors, and used motor oil.

Recyclables: plastic, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, glass, four tires WALKERTOWN per year, batteries, metal, demolition, used Recyclables: plastic, cardboard, computers and monitors, and used motor newspaper, aluminum cans, glass, four oil. used tires per year, batteries, metal, demolition, used computers and monitors, ROMEO and used motor oil. Recyclables: plastic, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, glass, four WEST GREENE Recyclables: used wire, plastic, used tires per year, batteries, metal, used

cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, glass, four used tires per year, batteries, metal, demolition, used computers and monitors, and used motor oil.

WEST PINES Recyclables: plastic, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum cans, glass, four used tires per year, batteries, metal, demolition, used computers and monitors, and used motor oil. Greenville Iron & Metals / AmeriScrap Location: 315 Old Stage Road Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Contact: 639-1562 or www.AmeriScrap.com Recyclables: aluminum and aluminum cans, appliances, auto batteries, barbecue grills, brass, car parts, cardboard, cast iron, copper, electronic scrap excluding televisions and monitors, farm machinery, insulated wire, industrial scrap, junk cars, lawn mowers, motors, newspapers/ magazines, radiators, stainless steel and steel, tin, and transmissions. West Main Recycling Location: 1310 W. Main St. Hours: Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Recyclables: any metal (autos, batteries, aluminum, steel, aluminum cans, etc.)


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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 798-1749. The department is located at 810 W. Church St. in Greeneville. 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 with the Greeneville SEE PASSPORT PAGE 47

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PASSPORT FROM PAGE 42 Post Office and bring the following: 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, birth date and place, and signature of the issuing official. A citizen born outside the U.S. must submit his or her previous U.S. passport, Certificate of Naturalization or citizenship or Report of a Birth Abroad. For more information, one can call the post office at 787-2177. A driver’s 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-inch x 2-inch, must have been taken within the last six months and must present a front view of the individual, sizing the face no smaller than 1-inch x 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. Hats and/or sunglasses are not permissible. 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 requirements is printed on the back of the passport application.

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EDUCATION IN GREENE COUNTY

Greeneville City Schools Vision ‘Own Their Future’

The Greenville City School District leads with the vision that graduates will be prepared and confident to “Own Their Future!” During the 2021-2022 school year, approximately 2,800 students were served by the Greeneville City School District’s four elementary schools, one middle school, one high school, and one K-12 virtual school. Students can also attend the Greene Technology Center, which offers classes in automotive repair, industrial electricity, collision repair, computer science, cosmetology, criminal justice, culinary arts, health science, machine tool technology, pre-engineering, welding, and Dual Enrollment opportunities through Tennessee College of Applied Technology.

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Technology plays a critical role in helping Greeneville’s students master the 21st century skills relevant to both present and future success. All students in grades K-12 are given their own laptops to use in the classroom. The district has purchased over 2,000 student devices through the Reach4IT campaign and other grants. These devices are being utilized and incorporated into curriculum in a variety of ways by enthusiastic Greeneville City School educators. Greeneville City is committed to meeting students’ needs in a student-centered, engaging learning environment. Greeneville City School District was ranked 6th in the U.S. by the Center for Digital Education for innovative uses of technology.

K-12 VIRTUAL SCHOOL OFFERINGS During the 2021-2022 school year, the TOPS @Greeneville K-12 virtual school launched. Greeneville City School District and Bristol Tennessee City School District, both high-performing districts, entered a partnership to provide a full K-12 online learning experience through Tennessee Online Public Schools (TOPS). TOPS is a three-time Reward School in the state of Tennessee and in 2012 began providing a quality high school program state-wide.

Students in Greeneville City Schools District have had the opportunity to participate in robotics teams at all levels. EastView Elementary, Hal Henard Elementary, Highland Elementary, Tusculum View Elementary have First Lego Robotics Teams that have competed at the regional, state, and international level. Greeneville High School and Greene Technology Center have First Robotics teams that have competed regionally.

state provides 53 percent of funding in the General-Purpose School Fund, while local taxes make up 25 percent, contributions from the Town of Greeneville make up 18%, and tuition payments and other sources each represent 2 percent. Greene County families who live outside the city limits of Greeneville pay $1,175 to send one student to the city school system and receive a $50 discount paying $1,125 for the second student.

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The district 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. Priority is given to children of Families First parents. The Extended School Program offers before-and-after school care for children enrolled at each of the four elementary MICROSOFT IT ACADEMY schools and offers care during times when Greeneville High School and school is not in session, including the Greeneville Middle School students summer months. Parents pay for these were selected to enroll in the cuttingservices on a sliding-fee scale based on edge Microsoft Student IT Academy. family income. This academy allowed students to work All schools in the system also offer toward industry-level certifications after-school programs for remediation or in a vast array of technological areas enrichment. These programs are made including programming, application possible thanks to the 21st Century suite specialization and network administration. The district allows students Community Center grants. the opportunity to become a Microsoft Office Master if they get certified in all the SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER A School Resource Officer is located in Microsoft Office applications. all schools. This is made possible through a partnership with the Town of Greeneville. LEGO ROBOTICS TEAMS & STEM First Lego Robotics Teams give students STAFF the chance to engage in hands-on STEM Greeneville City Schools employs (Science, technology, engineering, and approximately 600 personnel, including mathematics) experiences, they build both certified and non-certified employees. confidence, grow their knowledge, and develop habits of learning. When adults coach these students, they encourage them FUNDING Funding for the city school system comes to try, fail, and try again, while connecting STEM concepts to real-world examples. from local, state and federal sources. The

The district provides comprehensive programs for the student 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 at Hal Henard Elementary School.

TRANSPORTATION, FOOD SERVICES The school system provides bus transportation for students who reside within the city limits. A breakfast and lunch program is available at all schools and meets all state and federal requirements.

SCHOOL BOARD Members of the Greeneville City School Board of Education include the following: Cindy Luttrell (Chairperson), Dr. Craig Shepherd (Vice-Chairperson), Josh Quillen (Treasurer), Pamela Botta and Crystal Hirschy. A student representative from Greeneville High School, also serves on the Board of Education. The Director of the Greeneville City Schools is Steve Starnes.

CONTACT For more information, contact Greeneville City Schools’ Central Office at 787-8000 or visit www.gcschools.net.


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Greene County Schools Are A Key Part Of The Community Greene County Schools, a public district, serves roughly 5,850 pre-kindergarten through 12th grade students in Greene County with quality educational experiences and extracurricular activities. It is a key element of the community, operating 15 schools in areas all over the county. It is also one of the community’s largest employers with approximately 510 certified and 350 classified personnel.

operated in conjunction with Greeneville City Schools, for career technical education and college-level, dual-enrollment opportunities via partnership with Tennessee College of Applied Technology. Seven of district’s schools enroll students in kindergarten through grade five – Baileyton, Camp Creek, Chuckey, Doak, McDonald, Mosheim, and Nolachuckey. They are named for the geographic areas they serve. Six of the seven elementary schools are partnered with Save the SCHOOLS OVERVIEW Children and provide both in school Basic education and a majority of the and after school programming. The district’s special education services are seventh, McDonald Elementary, has the delivered through its seven elementary LEAPS grant which provides after school schools, four middle school and four high programming. schools. The district has four middle schools Greene County high school students may also attend Greene Technology Center, – Chuckey-Doak, North Greene, South

Greene, and West Greene – each serving grades 6-8. Chuckey-Doak, North Greene, South Greene and West Greene high schools serve grades 9-12. Additionally, Greene County high school students may broaden their curriculum with virtual and online courses, including rigorous, college-level work, made available through a partnership with the Niswonger Foundation, Walters State Community College, Carson Newman, Tusculum University and East Tennessee Stae University. Additional programs are located at the Glenwood Education Center, the former Glenwood Elementary School. These programs include an alternative school, Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training

Corps, Early Learning Program, Bridges to Success and others. In addition to state, local and federal dollars that make up Greene County Schools’ revenue, the district is supported by Greene LEAF, or Local Education Advancement Foundation. The non-profit organization supports literacy initiatives and an $1.4 million fundraising drive for classroom technology.

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT Greene County Schools have a partnership with Greene County Partnership’s Education & Workforce

EXTENDED SCHOOL PROGRAM The Extended School Program is available at Doak (for the east quad) and Mosheim elementary schools and South Greene High School (for the south quad) and summer programs are available for all Greene County students in grades K-5. Save the Children after school tutoring occurs at Baileyton, Camp Creek, Chuckey, Doak, Mosheim, and Nolachuckey. LEAPS after school programming occurs at McDonald Elementary School.

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There are three Christian private schools in Greene County.

GREENE COUNTY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL, DAY-CARE CENTER Location: 9802 107 Cutoff Greeneville, TN 37743 Phone: 638-2217 Leadership: Pastor Willis Bowers, Administrator Deanna Wilhoit About the school: Sponsored by the Flag Branch Church of God, Greene County Christian School offers courses in preschool through 12th grade. A day-care center cares for children ages 6 weeks to pre-school. The school offers an individualized approach to learning by using the Accelerated Christian Education program, a Christian perspective on traditional classroom subjects that allows students to work at their own pace and level.

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Leadership: Principal Randy Nomura About the school: Greeneville Adventist Academy serves students from prekindergarten through 12th grade. It has an accredited curriculum and training in academics, physical education and spiritual development. The academy is part of the worldwide Seventh-day Adventist School System and sponsored by Greeneville Seventh-day Adventist Church.

TOWERING OAKS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Location: 1985 Buckingham Road Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 639-0791 Website: www.tocsweb.com Leadership: School Director Amy Pfaff-Biebel About the school: Towering Oaks Christian School, for pre-school and grades K-12, is an educational ministry of Towering Oaks Baptist Church. It uses a classical model, combining a rigorous academic approach with a Christcentered curriculum, with its foundation in Trivium stages of grammar, logic and rhetoric.

Five Public High Schools Serve The Community Five public high schools serve the community. Four of them, Chuckey-Doak, North Greene, South Greene and West Greene high schools, are in the Greene County Schools system. Greeneville High School is part of Greeneville City Schools.

CHUCKEY-DOAK HIGH SCHOOL Location: 365 Ripley Island Road Afton, TN 37616 Phone: 423-798-2636 Website: cdhs.greenek12.org Principal: Steve Broyles Associate Principal: Dr. Christy Hoeke Assistant Principal: Kyle Donahue Athletic Director: Kyle Donahue

Students: approximately 579 Year building opened: 2004 Athletic teams: Football for boys, golf for boys and girls, soccer for boys and girls, volleyball for girls, basketball for boys and girls, wrestling for boys and girls, baseball for boys, softball for girls, tennis for boys and girls, bowling for girls and boys, cross country for girls and boys and cheerleading for girls. Chuckey-Doak has a band program.

GREENEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Location: 210 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 423-787-8030 Website: ghs.gcschools.net Principal: Deanna Martin

Assistant Principals: Heidi Campbell, Noelle Smith Athletic Director: Brad Woolsey Students: approximately 930 Year building was constructed: 1949; renovations in 2004. Athletic teams: Football for boys, golf for boys and girls, soccer for boys and girls, volleyball for girls, cross country for boys and girls, basketball for boys and girls, wrestling for boys and girls, baseball for boys, softball for girls, tennis for boys and girls, track for boys and girls, cheerleading and bowling for boys and girls. GHS also has a dance team, marching band, color guard, symphonic, concert, jazz bands, advanced men and women’s chorus, men’s and women’s chorale, gospel,

a cappella and show choirs. There is also Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps.

NORTH GREENE HIGH SCHOOL Location: 4675 Old Baileyton Road Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 423-234-1752 Website: nghs.greenek12.org Principal: Amanda Weems Assistant Principal: Associate Principal: Caroline Shelton Athletic Director: James Buchanan Students: approximately 341 Year building was constructed: 1963 Athletic teams: Football for boys, golf

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TCAT-Morristown or pursue industrial certifications. Greene Technology Center is funded by the state, Greeneville and Greene County governments. Greeneville City Schools acts as the technology center’s fiscal agent. Mr. Aaron Flanary serves as Principal, Mrs. Kim Cook serves as Assistant Principal, and Mrs. Kim Gass serves as Career Counselor.

during normal school hours. Programs available include: Automotive Collision Repair, Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair, Aviation Flight, Coding, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Cybersecurity, Emergency Services, Industrial Maintenance Technology, Machining Technology, Networking, Nursing Services, Welding.

ADULT COURSES VIA TCAT HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES High school students who choose to enroll in career technical courses are transported to the center for classes

Greene Technology Center through TCAT Morristown offers post-secondary education programs for adult learners. They are Welding, Machine Tool,

Industrial Electricity, Computer Information Technology, Collision Repair, and Automotive Repair. TCAT has expanded its offerings in Greene County to include HVAC. The HVAC program and Industrial Electricity is housed in the nearby Thomas Howard McNeese Center, 993 Hal Henard Road. For more information about Greene Technology Center, call 639-0171 or visit gtc.gcschools.net. To learn more about the center’s TCAT programs, call 787-0232.


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SOUTH GREENE HIGH SCHOOL Location: 7469 Asheville Highway Greeneville, TN 37743 Phone: 423-636-3790 Website: sghs.greenek12.org Principal: Lori Wilhoit Assistant Principal: Terry Hoese Associate Principal: Jack Leonard Athletic Director: Terry Hoese Students: approximately 519 Year building was constructed: 1965 Athletic teams: Football for boys, golf for boys and girls, volleyball for girls, basketball for boys and girls, cross country for boys and girls, baseball for boys, softball for girls, tennis for boys and girls, co-op bowling team with Chuckey Doak High School, co-op track and soccer teams with WGHS, and cheerleading for girls. South Greene has a band program.

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WEST GREENE HIGH SCHOOL Location: 275 West Greene Drive Mosheim, TN 37818 Phone: 423-422-4061 Website: wghs.greenek12.org Principal: Tim Shelton Assistant Principal: Tracy Beets Associate Principal: Rena Lawson Athletic Director: Tracy Beets Students: approximately 605 Year building was constructed: 1967 Athletic teams: Football for boys, golf for boys and girls, volleyball for girls, basketball for boys and girls, cross country for boys and girls, track for girls and boys, baseball for boys, softball for girls, tennis for boys and girls, soccer for boys and girls, and cheerleading for girls. West Greene has a band program.

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Colleges, Universities In East Tennessee Several colleges and universities in Northeast Tennessee serve students from Greene County. Tusculum University and Walters State Community College have campuses in Greene County. Other regional institutions with a reasonable commute attract many Greene County students as well.

TUSCULUM UNIVERSITY Location: 60 Shiloh Road, Tusculum, TN 37745 Phone: 423-636-7300 Website: www.tusculum.edu

Enrollment: Approximately 1,735. Just over 1,400 are undergraduate students, and just over 325 are in graduate programs. Tuition: Approximate cost of 2020-21 tuition, room and board is $34,800-$35,800 for both in and out-of-state residents. Academics: Founded in 1794 as Tusculum College, Tusculum University is the first higher education institution in Tennessee and the first institution affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA) to admit women. The university was the first institution of higher education in East Tennessee to provide degree programs

specifically designed for working adults. It transitioned university status in 2018 to demonstrate the breadth and depth of its programs and position for long-term growth. It is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate, baccalaureate, master’s and doctorate degrees. Tusculum has locations in Greeneville, Knoxville and Morristown. Tusculum University offers more than 60 majors, minors and pre-professional programs.

Its Niswonger College of Optometry is engaged in the process of developing its program to meet accreditation standards of the Accreditation Council on Optometric Education. When it receives the necessary approvals, the university will have the 24th college of optometry in the nation and the fifth in the Southeast. The university is also seeking accreditation from the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant to establish a physician assistant program in the College of Health Sciences.

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COLLEGES FROM PAGE 58 Tusculum’s traditional student body is composed of individuals from 31 different states and 34 foreign countries. The university’s student body includes working adults who can earn a degree through adult and online programs designed to accommodate family and career responsibilities. Athletics: Tusculum is a member of NCAA Division II and competes in the South Atlantic Conference. The university fields varsity teams in baseball, basketball, beach volleyball, bowling, cross country, cheerleading, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field and volleyball.

Pioneer Park doubles as the home of the Tusculum baseball team and the Greeneville Reds of Minor League Baseball’s Appalachian League.

WALTERS STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Location: WSCC’s Niswonger Campus is at 215 N. College St. The college also has campuses in Morristown, Sevierville and Tazewell. The Newport Center opened in January. Walters State also offers noncredit programs at the Walters State Advanced Manufacturing Building at 4680 West Andrew Johnson Highway. Phone: Call the Niswonger Campus at 798-7940, or the Morristown campus at 423-585-2600.

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Website: www.ws.edu Enrollment: Around 6,200 students In-state tuition: In-state tuition is $171 per credit hour up to 12 credit hours, those beyond 12 hours are priced at $37 a credit hour. Academics: WSCC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, supported by the state of Tennessee and 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. Many students who attend immediately after high school benefit from Tennessee Promise, which provides the state’s high school graduates with 2 years of a state

community or technical college tuitionfree, and the Tennessee Hope Lottery Scholarship. Students over the age of 24 or classified as independent students benefit from a similar program called Tennessee Reconnect. Walters State offers over 150 programs that lead to associate degrees or technical certifications. WSCC alumni reside in all 50 states, and the college has been recognized among the nation’s top techsavvy community colleges. It is an Apple Distinguished School. Walters State has also been recognized as a VETS Campus and a military friendly college. WSCC provides parallel university programs that prepare students to transfer two years of college work to a four-year PHOTO SPECIAL TO THE SUN


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institution. The Tennessee Transfer Pathway provides for a smooth transfer of credits. Also offered are public service programs in support of economic and community development; dual-enrollment courses offering college-level work to high school students; advanced and developmental education programs for students with certain academic needs; student development and leadership programs and activities; and research and development activities applied to institutional advancement. The WSCC Niswonger 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 is located on the Niswonger Campus. The campus also hosts the respiratory care program, the occupational therapy program and the nursing program. 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 volleyball, and men’s and women’s basketball and track. The college has won national championships in baseball and golf.

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therapy and various health science fields to teacher education and many areas of business. It also has programs in an array of liberal arts opportunities, including art, chemistry, mathematics, social work, communication, criminal justice, foreign languages and more. The university offers two-year, four-year and graduate programs. The university recently added a master’s degree in applied data science and a minor in brewing and distillation studies. Both fields are booming in the Appalachian Highlands and around the world. Athletics: ETSU is a member of Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and competes in the Southern Conference. ETSU fields teams in many sports, including football, basketball, cross country, golf, tennis, soccer and track and field, as well as baseball, softball and volleyball.

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Location: The University of Tennessee’s main campus is in downtown Knoxville. Phone: 865-974-1000 (Admissions) or 865-974-2225 (Communications) Website: www.utk.edu Enrollment: 29,460 in 2019. Undergraduates numbered 23,290, and 6,170 were in graduate and professional programs. In-state tuition: For 2020-21 the average annual cost of undergraduate attendance, EAST TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY including tuition, housing, food and other Location: Main campus is in Johnson City fees, is $32,498. Phone: 423-439-1000, Academics: The University of Tennessee or 1-800-GO2-ETSU was founded in 1794. Website: www.etsu.edu Including both the undergraduate and Enrollment: Over 14,000 undergraduate, graduate schools, students can enroll in graduate and professional students. more than 300 degree programs in the In-state tuition: Annual in-state colleges of agricultural sciences and natural tuition, fees, and room and board for resources, architecture and design, arts undergraduate students average $19,256 and sciences, business administration, for the 2021-22 year. ETSU’s Board of communication and information, Trustees voted not to increase tuition and education, health and human sciences, fees for the 2022-23 academic year. engineering, law, nursing, social work and Academics: ETSU offers a range of veterinary medicine. career options and degree programs, from Athletics: UT is a Division I member medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physical 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 the Vols football team.

CARSON-NEWMAN UNIVERSITY Location: 1646 Russell Ave. Jefferson City, TN 37760 Phone: 865-471-2000 Website: www.cn.edu Enrollment: 2,900 in 2020 Tuition: For 2021-22 the average annual cost of undergraduate attendance, including tuition, housing, food and other fees, is $39,830. Academics: Founded in 1851, CarsonNewman University is a private, liberal arts university in Jefferson City affiliated with the Tennessee Baptist Convention. It offers 50 undergraduate majors and 11 graduate degrees. Athletics: Carson-Newman “Eagles” compete in NCAA Division II, South Atlantic Conference, in 19 varsity sports.

KING UNIVERSITY Location: 1350 King College Road, Bristol, TN 37620 Phone: 423-652-4861 or 1-800-362-0014 Website: www.king.edu Enrollment: 1,968 in 2020 Tuition: For 2021-22 the average annual cost of undergraduate attendance, including tuition, housing and other fees, is $42,466. Academics: Founded in 1867 as King College, King University is a Presbyterianaffiliated Christian university in Bristol. The liberal arts school offers more than 90 majors, concentrations, pre-professional programs and minors in its five schools. Athletics: The King University “Tornado” compete in NCAA Division II, Conference Carolinas, in men’s and

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women’s sports. There are also many intramural offerings for students.

MILLIGAN COLLEGE Location: 1 Blowers Blvd. Milligan College, TN 37682 Phone: 423-461-8700 Website: www.milligan.edu Enrollment: 1,347 in 2020 Tuition: For 2021-22 the average annual cost of undergraduate attendance, including tuition, housing and other fees, is $43,640. Academics: Founded in 1866 in what is now Hopwood Memorial Christian Church, Milligan College offers Christcentered liberal arts education in over 100 majors, minors, pre-professional degrees and concentrations. It also has graduate and adult degree completion programs. Athletics: Milligan College “Buffaloes” compete in 26 intercollegiate sports as part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, Appalachian Athletic Conference.

NORTHEAST STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Location: 2425 Highway 75 Blountville, TN 37617 Phone: 423-323-3191 or 423-282-0800 Website: www.northeaststate.edu Fall 2018 Enrollment: 6,139 In-state tuition: Undergraduate tuition and fees for full-time students in 202021 are an estimated $4,150, plus books, supplies and other personal costs. Academics: Founded in 1966 as TriCities State Area Vocational-Technical School, Northeast State Community College is a two-year community college that offers associate degrees in more than 130 programs, which can be transferred to four-year colleges and universities. Associate of applied science degrees are available in more than 30 programs, and academic and technical certificates may be earned in over 30 areas of study.


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Several Libraries Have Lots To Check Out Several libraries serve readers within Greene County.

PUBLIC LIBRARY The Greeneville-Greene County Public Library, at 210 N. Main St., is a collaboration between the city and county governments, each providing a portion of the library’s annual operating budget. The library’s mission is to bring people, information and ideas together to enrich lives and build community in Greeneville and Greene County. The library is part of the Holston River Regional Library System and is a member of the OWL Consortium. The library’s original building was located on Summer Street and was built with assistance from the Carnegie Foundation. The library moved to its current location in 1975 and celebrated its 110th birthday in August 2018. All library services are open to residents of Greeneville and Greene County. To obtain a free library card, bring a photo ID and proof of residence in Greene County to the library.

COLLECTION The Greeneville-Greene County Public Library has a collection of more than 46,500 items, including books, DVDs and CD audio books. Library materials are purchased with state and federal funds, which are allocated to the library through the regional library office. In addition to the physical collection, library patrons also have access to a large collection of e-books through the TN READS program. Access to the library’s online catalog and TN READS is available through the library’s website, www.ggcpl. org. The library receives a small selection of print periodicals including The Greeneville Sun, the Knoxville News-Sentinel, and the Johnson City Press. Back issues of newspapers are kept for one month.

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The Greeneville-Greene County Public Library is on North Main Street in downtown Greeneville. The library’s interlibrary loan program enables patrons to request books from elsewhere in the Holston River Regional Library system and from libraries throughout Tennessee. Requested items are usually available for pickup within two weeks.

FREE ONLINE ACCESS The library has free Wi-Fi access, and has desktop computers available for public use. Computers are equipped with Microsoft Office software including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher. Children 15 and younger must be accompanied by an adult at all times when using internet services.

The library offers black and white printing for 20 cents per page and color printing for $1 per page. The library also offers faxing and scanning services.

BOOK SALE Each year, a multi-day book sale, organized by a committee of volunteers, benefits the library. Donations for the sale may be taken to the library at any time during the year. For specific dates of the book sale, please contact the library at 638-5034.

CHILDREN’S SERVICES The library has more than 12,800 books in its children’s section. In addition to its large collection of juvenile items, the

library has a young adult section for teenage readers. Story time for children begins at 10:30 a.m. each Tuesday. All ages are welcome. The library typically sponsors a summer reading program for children preschool age through high school during the month of June. The program features story times, guest presenters, activities, and more to encourage reading during the summer months.

LIBRARY HOURS The library’s hours are: Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., and Saturday from

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files, family files, and local history files. The Cox Library also has free Wifi access for patrons.

COUNTY RECORDS

The Greene County governmental records on file at the Cox Library are of various types and cover various periods. T. ELMER COX HISTORICAL AND The earliest of these records begin in 1783. GENEALOGICAL LIBRARY The records of what the Tennessee Trying to find an ancestor? Working on State Library and Archives calls “County a family mystery? If so, then the T. Elmer Court” include a wide variety of material, Cox Historical and Genealogical Library including some very old records of a time may be able to help. A branch of Greeneville-Greene County when judicial matters and business matters Public Library, the Cox Library is at 229 N. were handled by the same court. In the early 1800s, those functions were Main St. divided. For the period from 1834 to The library is named in honor of the late 1954, the minutes of the local body that T. Elmer Cox, who was Greene County’s first official historian. His bequest enabled handled county business matters have been archived by the state under the broad the Greeneville-Greene County Public heading of County Court. Library to purchase and renovate the Locally, at least during the 1950s, historic building that became the Cox 1960s and most of the 1970s, what was Library. It opened in 2000. In addition to housing materials amassed commonly referred to as County Court was known more formally as County by Cox over his lifetime, the Cox Library also contains resources that were formerly Quarterly Court. Since September 1978, located in the Tennessee Room of the main that elected body has been referred to as the Greene County Legislative Body or the library and original public records from Greene County Commission. the Greene County Courthouse. Note: The Cox Library does not have any County Court minutes more recent ACQUIRED MANY MATERIALS than March 1954. The more recent minutes Since its opening, the Cox Library has acquired several hundred additional books, are maintained by the office of the Greene periodicals and microfilm items as well as a County Clerk at the Courthouse Annex on large body of other materials pertaining to Cutler Street. In the County Court collection, family and local history. researchers also have access to other kinds Much of the library consists of an of documents, including marriage records extensive book and periodical collection (1780-1995), wills (1780-1986), estate focusing on Greene County and nearby settlements (1802-1950), estate inventories areas in East Tennessee, Western North (1810-1817, 1828-1952), land deeds Carolina and Southwestern Virginia. (1785-1986), trust deeds (1841-1947), tax The library’s holdings also include lists (various dates, 1783-1913), guardian Greene County newspapers, federal records (1872-1960), court minutes census records (entire United States (1783-1954), miscellaneous loose records available online), cemetery records (many (1851-early 1900s), and a few records of regional counties), death certificates (all various other types. Circuit Court records of Tennessee, 1914-1958), maps, North include Civil Court minutes (1809-1950), Carolina and East Tennessee land grants, and Criminal Court minutes (1815-1954). local city directories, Greene County Chancery Court records include minutes telephone directories, school yearbooks, photograph scrapbooks, genealogy query (1825-1973) and case files (1825-c. 1950).

The T. Elmer Cox Library has modern 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. 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 requests for photocopies from researchers outside Greene County. Interlibrary loan services also are available.

Greene County Public 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 several 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 digitized, along with a large body of other court records that are currently being processed for permanent storage.

WIDESPREAD USE

GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY

MICROFILM COLLECTION

Visitors from all 50 states have been to the library. The library has also received correspondence from people in 48 states and three foreign countries. The library has implemented a free, remotely accessible cloud-based workflow system which allows the public to access the collections online. As is the case with the Greeneville-

Strong support from the state library has been accompanied by local support from the Greene County Genealogical Society. Formed in 1985 by six Greene County natives, GCGS has grown to include hundreds of members from throughout the nation. The society has made many important purchases for the Cox Library and a wealth of its members’ research and

WE BELIEVE:

Education is the most important service a community provides for itself. All children can learn, and most can learn at very high levels. Skilled teachers and support staff make the difference. Strong leaders set the tone. Useful data provide direction. Safe, clean, appropriate facilities and 21st century resources are a necessity. School, family, and community partnerships strengthen learning.

VISION

Students in Greene County Schools will develop a joy for learning; graduates from Greene County Schools will be prepared to enter the workforce with an industry certificate, to enroll in a community college with dual credits earned, or to enroll in a four-year college or university with ACT scores that forecast success. Furthermore, graduates will be contributing citizens demonstrating responsible, ethical behavior.

SCHOOL BOARD *Exiting Board Members **Newly Elected Members Joining Beginning September 2022 Chairperson and Vice Chairperson to be elected at the September Board Meeting

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other historical information is available on their website, greenecountytngenealogicalsociety.org. Greene County Genealogical Society membership dues are $20 annually. They include a subscription to “The Greene County Pioneer,” a semi-annual publication issued in May and November.

COX LIBRARY HOURS The Cox Library is open Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and other days by appointment. For current hours, please call the main library at 638-5034. People interested in volunteering, making monetary donations or joining the Greene County Genealogical Society should contact the T. Elmer Cox Historical and Genealogical Library at 638-9866 or visit the library’s website: www. telmercoxlibrary.org.

THOMAS J. GARLAND LIBRARY Tusculum University’s library, named for Thomas J. Garland, former legislator, businessman and educator from Greeneville, covers more than 34,000 square-feet. Its 2008 renovation nearly tripled the space of the previous facility, constructed in 1910. The library’s expansion allows the college to provide increased onsite reference, circulation and periodical space as well as to house additional computer terminals and resources, full-size classrooms, faculty offices, a conference room, study rooms, and a 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 300,000 full-text e-books and more than 20,000 journal titles available via the library’s website at www.garland.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. Hours vary by semester and are subject to change without notice. The university suggests calling 636-7320 to confirm hours or look for updates at www.garland. tusculum.edu.

MOSHEIM PUBLIC LIBRARY The Mosheim Public Library, at 730 Main St. in Mosheim, is a 3,300-square-foot facility housing a

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collection of more than 15,000 resources, including books, periodicals, journals, DVDs and audio CD’s. 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 computers, printers, a copy machine, a fax machine, internet access supervised by the library staff and volunteers, free 24 hour wi-fi and wi-fi hotspots and Chrome Books available for checking out. A summer reading program, typically offered in June, is available for all children who wish to either read in a quiet atmosphere or be read to, and includes entertainment, crafts, snacks prizes and more. The library hosts Family Story time the 2nd Tuesday of the month except June. A library card is all that is required to borrow books

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from the library. A card can be given the same day an application is received with a valid driver license and piece of mail to verify street address. The library offers e-books through Overdrive and TWRA Boating Certification test proctoring. The library’s hours are 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and noon until 5 p.m. on Friday. It is closed Saturday and Sunday. Call the library at 422-7937 or visit their website at www.mosheimlib.org.

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More Than 150 Health Care Professionals Work In Greene County More than 150 healthcare professionals provide medical services to meet a wide variety of health needs of the residents of this community. More than 90 physicians, specializing in diverse fields, offer emergency and regular care. Greeneville Community Hospital features 140 acute care beds, and offers a variety of services, including cardiology, diagnostic imaging, women’s healthcare, outpatient services, surgical services and wound care. Greeneville Community Hospital (East Campus) 1420 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Below is a list of healthcare professionals. They are arranged alphabetically according to specialty. We have tried to include as many resources as possible, and we apologize if someone has inadvertently not been included.

ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY Allergic Diseases, Asthma and Immunology Clinic 1406 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Suite 2500 638-9595 Marek M. Pienkowski, M.D., Ph.D. Sarah Belcher, F.N.P- Allergy (W): pienkowskimd.com Allergy, Asthma, and Sinus Center 1410 Tusculum Blvd. MOB 1, 2nd Floor Suite 2300 Greeneville, TN 37745 800-600-7551, 865-584-0962 or 423-823-5190 Phillip Jones, M.D. Karthik Krishnan, M.D.

(W): www.allergyasc.com

AUDIOLOGY Greeneville Hearing Center 400 Y St. Greeneville, TN 37745 638-2721 Dr. Daniel Shumaier, Audiologist Dr. Sarah A. Scharfstein, Audiologist Dr. Jordan Wines, Audiologist (W): www.schumaieraudiologist.com

CARDIOLOGY CVA Heart Institute 1410 Tusculum Blvd. MOB 1, 1st Floor Suite 1500 Greeneville, TN 37743 638-2270 Jack Whitaker, MD Sarah Chesnut, FNP Nolan Henley, PA balladhealth.org

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Greeneville Community Hospital East 638-2233 John Hamilton, D.C. (W): www.drjohnhamilton.com Greeneville Chiropractic Inc. 155 Mason St. Greeneville, TN 37745 638-5361 Leonard L. Hartman, D.C. Snelson Chiropractic Health Center 510 Tusculum Blvd.

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DERMATOLOGY Tri-Cities Skin and Cancer at Greeneville 1404 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Suite 1100

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CHIROPRACTIC Appalachian Chiropractic Center 510 Justis Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 639-4440 Cindy Johnson Kricko, D.C. (W):appalchiro.com Frost Chiropractic Center 1007 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Suite C 798-9710 Stephanie Frost, D.C. Bill Frost, D.C. (W): www.frostchiroacu.com John R. Hamilton, D.C. 1119 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745

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EMERGENCY MEDICINE Greeneville Community Hospital East Emergency Services Department American Physician Partners 1420 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 787-5000 (W): www.balladhealth.org

GASTROENTEROLOGY Ballad Health Medical Associates Gastroenterology 438 E. Vann Road Greeneville, TN 37743 Suite 202 278-1703 Gordon L. Marsa, MD Joseph M. Kretschmar, MD Leah Balch, APC-BC Judy Martin, FNP-C (W): www.balladhealth.org

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438 E. Vann Road Suite 100 Greeneville, TN 37743 278-1700 Michael J. Odell, MD Richard J. Aasheim, MD Daniel Lewis, MD Amanda Herrell, DO Benjamin Morgan, DO Jessi Bennett, PA Mike Stone, PA Valerie Mullins, PA Josh Stone, PA Wesley Cook, PA-C (W): www.balladhealth.org Baileyton Medical Center 580 Van Hill Road Greeneville, TN 37745 234-1020 Ann Efpey, N.P. Cathy Vance N.P. (W): rhsctn.com/ The Doctor’s Office 109 E. Church St. Greeneville, TN 37745 638-4131 Rufus Breckenridge, M.D. Charles Montgomery, M.D. Andy Roberts, M.D.

1404 Tusculum Blvd. MOB 3, 3rd Floor Greeneville, TN 37745 Suite 3000 638-1188 Tony W. Davis Jr., MD Brian Gong, FNP Kara Lunsford, PA Shalee O. Nanney, FNP Heather M. Wilson, NP Sonja B. Woods, M.D. (W): www.summithealthcare.com/ locations/greenevillefm King’s Way Family Medicine, LLC 318 Tusculum Boulevard Greeneville, TN 37745 639-7700 Heather Olson FNP-C (W): kingswayfamilymed.com/ Limestone Medical Center 105 Limestone Ruritan Road Limestone, TN 37681 257-8089 James W. Clark, M.D. (W): rhsctn.com/ DirectMD Greeneville 1231 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 639-9970 Scott Denham, M.D. Dustin Clark, M.D. Elliott Smith, M.D. (W): www.patmosemergiclinic.com Phil Thwing, M.D. 400 Y St. Greeneville, TN 37745 639-0707 (W): www.summithealthcare.com/ locations/thwing

Ballad Health Medical Associates Family Medicine 1410 Tusculum Blvd. MOB 1, 1st Floor Suite 1300 Greeneville, TN 37745 783-5520 Felix Fernandez, DO Katherine Gilbert, FNP (W): www.balladhealth.org

Family Physicians of Greeneville 1410 Tusculum Blvd. MOB 1, 2nd Floor Greeneville, TN 37745 Suite 2600 787-7000 Kevin Toppenberg, M.D. Dee Toppenberg, M.D. (W): www.familyphysiciansofgreeneville. com/

Ballad Health Medical Associates Family and Internal Medicine Greeneville 438 E. Vann Road Suite 200 Greeneville, TN 37743 278-1856 Debra Lewis, DO Margeaux Clements, FNP (W): www.balladhealth.org

Greene County Health Department 810 W. Church St. Greeneville, TN 37745 P.O. Box 159 Greeneville, TN 37744 798-1749 Hollie Jean Coates-Hensley, NP Kimi Zook, M.D. Elizabeth McCord- Duncan, M.D. Ashley Musgrove, NP Tenicia Clark, N.P.

Summit Family Medical Group 1404 Tusculum Blvd. MOB 3, 2nd Floor Suite 2300 Greeneville, TN 37745 639-2161 Jaime Oakley, M.D. Leah Rodgers, PA-C Erin Stayton, FNP Joyce Wright, FNP-BC (W): www.summithealthcare.com/ locations/summitfmg

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Tusculum Family Physicians 555 Justis Drive

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INTERNAL MEDICINE Ballad Health Medical Associates Internal Medicine- Greeneville 438 E. Vann Road Suite 201 Greenville, TN 37743 278-1800 Erick Bulawa, MD Laura Doty, FNP Paula Renner, NP Sheila Yokley, NP (W): www.balladhealth.org Greeneville Internal Medicine and Family Practice (Summit Medical Group) 1404 Tusculum Blvd. MOB 3, 3rd Floor Suite 3100 Greeneville, TN 37745 638-4114 B. Tyler Bailey, M.D. R. Theo Hensley, III, M.D. Robert W . Mosca, D.O. Joseph W. Scott, M.D. Eva Fields, FNP Brandy N. Holder, FNP (W): www.summitmedical.com/ locations/gim Healthstar Internal Medicine Greeneville 1012 Coolidge St. Greeneville, TN 37743 237-6900 Candi Cashen Overholt, M.D. Sonya Lee Lachance, FNP Vicki G. Carter, FNP-BC, CDE

OBSTETRICS/GYNECOLOGY Ballad Health Medical Associates OB/GYN and Women’s Health-Greeneville 1424 Tusculum Blvd.

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OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE Ballad Health Medical Associates Occupational Medicine/Industricare 1021 Coolidge St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Suite 4 636-9828 Marsha Montemarano, DNP Marianne Filka, MD Ted Fox, NP (W): www.balladhealth.org

ONCOLOGY/HEMATOLOGY East TN Hematology, Oncology & Internal Medicine 1406 Tusculum Blvd. MOB 2, 2nd Floor Suite 2000 Greeneville, TN 37745 787-7080 A.K. Sen, M.D. Teresia Bailey, NP Eric R. Chlebisch Amy Hunt, NP James Steven Rodgers, MD Tennessee Cancer Specialists 1410 Tusculum Boulevard Greeneville, TN 37745 639-0243 (W): www.tncancer.com

OPHTHALMOLOGY Greeneville Eye Clinic 1406 Tusculum Blvd. MOB 2, 1st Floor Suite 1000 Greeneville, TN 37745 639-6848 Laura L. Urban, M.D. Thomas L. Brown, M.D. (W): www.clinicge.com

OPTICIANS The Vision Center Walmart 3755 Andrew Johnson Highway Greeneville, TN 37745 639-2171 Vision Source (Tri-City Vision Center) 1310 E. Andrew Johnson Highway Greeneville, TN 37745 638-6236 Graham Taylor, O.D. (W): visionsource-greeneville.com

OPTOMETRISTS AA Eyecare 910 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Suite 2 639-2002 Marietta Vestal, O.D. Pete Vestal, O.D. Clement Eye Associates 1539 Industrial Road Greeneville, TN 37745 639-8856 John K. Clement, O.D. (W): www.clementeyeassociates.com East View Eye Care, P.C. 1000 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Suite 4 639-8128 Bradford M. Emde, O.D. Shelly F. Shaw, O.D. Tabitha Combes, O.D. (W): www.eastvieweyecare.com Greeneville Eye Care Center 204 Emory Road Greeneville, TN 37745 638-4151 Kristen Pumphrey, O.D. Limestone Family Eye Center 364 Opie Arnold Road Limestone, TN 37681 257-2340 J. Dale Grant, O.D. (W): www.limestoneeye.com

ORTHOPAEDICS Ballad Health Medical

Associates Orthopedics 1420 Tusculum Blvd. Outpatient Center 4th Floor Greeneville, TN 37745 639-2103 Richard W. Pectol Jr., MD Billy K. Parsley, MD Kyle Boren, DO Christopher Castle, NP Kevin Rojas, PA (W): www.balladhealth.org

OTOLARYNGOLOGY Greeneville Ear Nose and Throat Specialists 1410 Tusculum Blvd. MOB 1, 2nd Floor Suite 2500 Greeneville, TN 37745 638-1291 Susan P. Abernathy, DO Thomas Carrino, PA-C John-Thomas Carrino, PA-C Thomas Carrino, MPAS, PA-C Jolene Hoffman, Audiologist (W): www.greenevilleentspecialists.com

PATHOLOGY Watauga Pathology Associates, P.C. 1725 W. Market St. Johnson City, TN 37604 423-431-1310 (W): www.wataugapathology.com

PEDIATRICS Greeneville Pediatric Clinic 221 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37745 787-6050 Douglas C. Cobble, M.D. Kelsey J. Little, M.D. Kimberly Fisher, D.O. Kelly Thomason, CPNP Ballad Health Medical Associates – Kids First Pediatrics 1406 Tusculum Blvd MOB 2, 1st Floor Suite 1200 Greeneville, TN 37745 798-6630 John Applegate, DO

Sylvia Boesch-Lewis, FNP Darla Morgan, NP (W): www.balladhealth.org Ballad Health Medical Associates- Green Mountain Pediatrics 428 E. Vann Road Greeneville, TN 37743 278-1950 Timothy L. Fuller, DO Todd Aiken, MD Justin Jones, DO Charles Perry, MD Amanda Curtis, NP Andrea Heaton, NP (W): www.balladhealth.org

PHYSICAL THERAPY Apple Rehab Services 533 Tusculum Blvd. #3940 Greeneville, TN 37745 787-1120 or 787-1121 (E):: info@bodybyme.com (W): apple-rehab-services.business.site BenchMark Physical Therapy 517 N. Main St., Ste. B Greeneville, TN 37745 638-1111 Sam Lawson, P.T. Cindy Bird, O.C. Hailey Ball, O.C. (W): www.bmrp.com Greeneville Community Hospital Outpatient Therapy Services 1404 Tusculum Blvd. MOB 3, 1st Floor Suite 1200 Greeneville, TN 37745 636-5400 (W): www.balladhealth.org Greeneville Community Hospital Outpatient Pediatric Therapy Services Greeneville Community Hospital, East 1420 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 787-5063 (W): www.balladhealth.org

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639-1104 1-877-928-9062 (after hours) (W): www.frontierhealth.org Ballad Health Medical Associates Behavioral Health 303 Takoma Ave. Greeneville, TN 37743 636-0491 William Diebold, MD Karen Lane, NP Jessica McAfee, NP (W): www.balladhealth.org

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PSYCHOLOGY Personal Management Consultants 907 Tusculum Blvd. 638-8071 Greeneville, TN 37745 John Johnson, Ph.D. Murray Scher, Ph.D.

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RADIATION ONCOLOGY UT Radiology 1410 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN Arthur Adams, M.D. Scott Vermillion, M.D. Kevin Delk, M.D. Wythe Owens, M.D. Brady Seaton M.D. (W): www.utrad.com

SENIOR CARE Brookdale Senior Living 155 Serrall Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 798-0404 (W): www.brookdale.com/en/ communities/brookdale-greeneville-tn. html?cid=yext Durham-Hensley Health & Rehabilitation Center 55 Nursing Home Road

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Veterans Memorial Park 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. “It’s important for all veterans to contact the Veterans Service Office to check and see what entitlements they have available to them,” said Veterans Service Officer Charles McLain. Appointments can be scheduled over the phone to reduce waiting times and ensure a quick visit. The Veterans Service Office is funded by the Greene County government. The Veterans Service Office is located at 101 Longview Drive in the American Legion Post 64 building. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 798-1707 for more information or go to www.greenecountytngov.com/9792/. The office can be reached via email at veterans.services@greenecountytngov.com.

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Holston Home for Children Shares the Love of Jesus students in recovering credits and earning diplomas. Graduations are held every May and December.

ADVENTURE BASED COUNSELING Adventure Based Counseling develops emotional awareness, interpersonal skills, self-confidence, trauma recovery, empathy, team building, problem solving skills, assertiveness, anger control, overcoming fear, addiction, and other mental health challenges through professional facilitation of outdoor adventure experiences. After participating in activities such as horseback riding, kayaking, biking, camping, and gardening, there are times for youth to process what they experienced. Youth also care for horses, sheep, dogs, and cats which leads to regaining trust through caring relationships. SUN FILE PHOTO

Students at Holston Home line the balcony at The Rock, the United Methodist children’s home’s Christian Life Center, as the helicopter circles the building before landing for the surprise visit from Santa.

“We loved you so much that we shared with you not only God’s Good News but our own lives, too.” 1 Thessalonians 2:8 olston Home for Children began in 1895 when a widow named Mrs. E.E. Wiley took a step of obedience and faith and answered the Lord’s call to start an orphanage for hurting children. At that time there were no employees, furniture, or supplies, but there was hope. Mrs. Wiley was determined to live each day depending on God and people to provide for the needs of children.

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Early Childhood Ministries through the Children’s Center and Small Miracles prepares children for school by teaching principles that have been passed down them how to have positive relationships throughout the history of its ministry. with peers and teachers and by providing Some of the beliefs that strongly influence daily opportunities for art, music, science, its mission include: math, and play. Extra care is provided Every child should be taught about Jesus. through the foster grandparent program. All things are possible in Christ. The Children’s Center is located at 119 Kids and families deserve our very best. Fairgrounds Circle and Small Miracles is Every child deserves the opportunity to located at 2001 W. Main St. reach their God-given potential.

Today, Holston Home is committed to long-held Biblical convictions and its calling to care for the most vulnerable young people in Jesus’ name, like Harry, who has autism, and who said “I let Jesus into my heart on Sunday. If I wasn’t here, I might not have found Him.” The mission of Holston Home is to provide hope and healing for a brighter future by sharing the love of Jesus with RIVER ACADEMY children and families struggling with life’s River Academy is the educational challenges. Holston Home offers children and family program of Holston Home and is designed for children who may be having trouble services, including residential and foster succeeding in school. Teachers assist care services. Holston Home is guided by

INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM The Independent Living program is for older youth and an opportunity to learn practices like money management. Youth

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117 House is very blessed with great the Greene County home. Greene Volunteers who love the ministry and County constructed their home ground up. They are very proud volunteers who provide clean clothes, are happy to walk it together. of their home and the contractors smiles, toys, and snuggly blankets. who built it. Pitt Construction, Idell This space allows children to receive BACKGROUND Ronda and Corey Paulson is the coConstruction and Seaton Contractors the comfort and care they need along with many sub-contractors while DCS staff can do the necessary founders of Isaiah 117 House. Their with lots of love constructed the paperwork and identify a good foster ministry began in 2014 as they were attending PATH training and became home. They built the home in 100 placement. foster parents. In November 2015, days. they received a call to get a child, VOLUNTEERS his name is Isaiah and is now their ADVISORY TEAM Greene County is staffed with 75 adopted son. Greene County’s Isaiah 117 trained Volunteers. They are trained Their question during this time House has a wonderful and very thru the State of Tennessee in a 4 was “What if there was a home?”. compassionate Advisory team. They hour training that is completed, They started the Carter County are involved in the house on a weekly including fingerprints and home, followed by the Washington basis and the house is very blessed by background checks, here in Greene County at a local location. Isaiah County home and then the third was each of them.

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FOLLOW UP SUPPORT They offer various types of support. Folks can become a “sock buddy” which means they can give an amount monthly. Contributors are welcome to give a one time amount, help with a fundraiser or donate items. Greene County puts out a monthly newsletter monthly and that changes each month as well. OUR NEEDS They are always in need of new clothing, any size, weekly. They can always use individually packed snacks, freezer food such as pizza, hot dogs, French fries and etc.

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HOLSTON FROM PAGE 74 pay rent, retain a savings account, keep their residences clean, cook, attend school regularly, and hold a job. At the end of their experience, the rent they paid is returned to them to be used as “seed” money to help them pay their own way as newly on-theirown adults. Recently, Holston Home expanded to serve young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities through Hope & Thrive Academy (HTA) as well as women struggling with addiction through a residential program called Recovering Hearts.

Nolachuckey-Holston Area Mental Health Center Offers Help

HOPE & THRIVE ACADEMY Hope & Thrive Academy fills a desperate void with the community that maximizes independence, social maturity, and spiritual growth for students with disabilities. HTA invites adults back to a productive life of gainful employment, social engagement, and physical fitness. PHOTO BY METRO CREATIVE GRAPHICS

RECOVERING HEARTS Recovering Hearts is a highly structured 9-to-13-month program that helps women struggling with addiction and reunites healthy mothers with their children. The program serves up to 18 ladies and provides safe and healthy housing, drug prevention/ intervention classes, life skills classes and work opportunities. It uses the 12-steps and incorporates a biblical perspective.

THE ROCK The Rock is Holston Home’s Christian Life Center where youth and families worship together. Worship services are also open to the community. Our faith and the beauty of the gospel is woven into all that we do. We would love for you and your family to join us on Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. Additional information is available at www.holstonhome.org or by calling 423638-4171.

rontier Health’s Nolachuckey-Holston Area Mental Health Center, 401 Holston Drive, is the community’s leading provider of mental health, substance abuse or co-occurring disorders, 24/7 crisis services, and more, including recovery and vocational rehabilitation services. Outpatient counseling and case management services are provided for adults, children and youth in Greene County, with satellite locations in Rogersville and Sneedville. As a division of Frontier Health, individuals can access services at over 60 other facilities in 12 counties of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Frontier Health offers residential alcohol and drug treatment and crisis stabilization services nearby and addresses the needs of victims of domestic violence, the hearing impaired, those suffering from AIDS, runaways, youth in crisis, adolescent group care and therapeutic foster care.

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Services Are Available For Elderly, Disabled 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 203 N. College St., Suite 3 Greeneville, TN 37745 639-7133 Katie Kincaid, coordinator This is a referral agency for the disabled and elderly. The service coordinator visits elderly (age 60-plus) and disabled (ages 18-59) to assess need. Services available range from a

homemaker service to chore service (minor home repairs), respite service, personal care service and homebound meals.

Fitzgerald Adult Center. Home-delivered meals are delivered solely by volunteers. Elderly and disabled are encouraged to contribute $3 per meal.

HOMEBOUND MEALS 203 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37745 639-3128 Diana Lewis, Nuritution coordinator Homebound Meals provides one nutritious meal a day, Monday through Friday, for the elderly and disabled. First Tennessee Area Agency on Aging and Disability helps seniors qualify for the meal. Call 639-7133 for more information. Homebound Meals offers both home-delivered meals and a congregate meal for the elderly at the Roby

ROBY FITZGERALD ADULT CENTER Glenda Blazer, Director 203 N. College St., Suite 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 639-3128 The Roby Fitzgerald Adult Center is a multi-purpose center serving ages 55 and older in Greeneville and Greene County. Services include transportation, natural support services and leisure time activities. The center helps the seniors stay strong mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually. They are provided with

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MYRIDE TN Geanne McKechnie, coordinator 203 N. College St. 588-1028 MyRide TN is a senior-friendly program that offers door-through-door transportation that is provided by a well-screened and trained volunteer staff. They are coordinated by an employee of the MyRide TN Program and have support fom the First Tennessee Area Agency on Aging and Disability.

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Free Will Baptist Family Ministries Offers Help In Times Of Hurt reeneville-based Free Will Baptist Ministries has offered care for hurting children and families since 1939. What began as an orphanage in the small, rural community of Camp Creek near the Cherokee National Forest in Greene County has now evolved into a comprehensive social service agency with a range of services for pregnant teens and young women, infants, toddlers, adolescents, at-risk teens, senior citizens and families. The Christian ministry focuses on love and healing as it aims to unify and preserve families and provide a loving, caring and secure environment in which to live, work and grow in the Lord. It is headquartered at 90 Stanley Lane, Greeneville. The phone number is 6399449. Online information is available at www. fwbfm.com.

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INDEPENDENT LIVING / RESIDENTIAL / FOSTER CARE PROGRAMS Free Will Baptist Family Ministries The number of children in Family Ministries’ care continues to grow through its Independent Living, Residential and Foster Care Programs. The IL program provides a continuum for ages 17-21 transitioning from foster care, designed to help build independence. Both short-term and long-term residential programs are offered on Family Ministries’ campus in Tennessee and three homes in Arkansas. The Foster Care program is a licensed child-placing agency with the State of Tennessee. Foster care and special needs adoption are vital aspects of Family Ministries’ outreach. The mission is to see children achieve permanency through reunification and independent living.

STOKES ACADEMY The on-campus, state-licensed Stokes Academy provides each student with academic assessments and specialized assistance to meet their educational goals. Each young person is required to be enrolled or in the process of completing a learning program. Life skills courses are taught by qualified staff and volunteers to assist in their instructive objectives in order to be successful both academically and in preparation to enter the work force. The school serves children and youth who may have emotional or behavioral problems and/or academic deficits that prevent them from functioning successfully in a public school setting.

Counseling services are provided and class sizes allow one-on-one instruction. Experiential activities are integrated into the academic schedule, and GED instruction is also available. Upon discharge from care, academic credits are transferred to the appropriate school in order to ensure no youth falls behind in academic placement.

housing for homeless women and their babies. The pro-life ministry seeks to meet the physical, spiritual, moral, emotional and social needs of the woman facing an unplanned pregnancy. Pregnancy tests, limited ultrasounds, maternity and baby supplies, parenting and nutrition classes, and other educational information is made available free of charge. Confidential counseling HOPE CENTER AND HONEYSUCKLE and assistance for teens and women of all ages in crisis are also offered. It STUDIOS The Hope Center is a pregnancy resource maintains a 24-hour Hope Line at 638center located at 312 Tusculum Blvd., in LIFE. More information is at www. Greeneville. There is a satellite office in hopecentergreeneville.com. The office Erwin, and Honeysuckle Studios at 312 SEE FAMILY PAGE 80 Tusculum Boulevard to provide temporary


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FAMILY FROM PAGE 79 number is 423-638-5433; hours are 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday.

OAKS RETREAT CENTER Situated on 200 acres of private mountain property on the border of the Cherokee National Forest, the Oaks Retreat Center offers activities such as retreats, corporate team building, youth camps, senior getaways, special events and family outings. This year-round facility features guest rooms, cabins, RV hookups, rock-climbing wall, zip line, basketball/ volleyball court, hiking trails, nine-hole disc golf course and an outdoor pool with water slide. The Oaks is located at 265 Camp Joshua Lane, Greeneville. For more

information, call 423-638-2267 or 423-4702226.

ASSISTED LIVING COMMUNITIES Three assisted living facilities offer daily living activities for seniors in their retirement years. Governor’s Bend is located at 1631 Zane Whitson Drive, Erwin, 423-330-6800, and The Laurels, at 5635 BSG Drive, Wise, Virginia 276-6795635. Each location provides quality of life services in a comfortable environment, where residents can build friendships, find peace of mind, all while enjoying the safety and services provided by an attentive 24hour staff. Amenities include private living suites with kitchenettes, wireless internet, cable television, library, beauty salon/ SUN FILE PHOTO barber shop, housekeeping, laundry service and an activities program. Ministry workers discuss working on the Honeysuckle Studio Apartments.

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A number of dentists practice in Greeneville. Most of them work in general practice, but there are a few specialists in areas of dentistry such as orthodontics, endodontics, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and pedodontics.

GENERAL PRACTICE ABC Family Dentistry 1018 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 639-2176 Aaron Knop, D.M.D. Patrick Stewart, D.M.D. www.greenevilledentist. com Adkins Family Dentistry 600 Tusculum Blvd., Suite 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 638-5141

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Crystal Jessee Attorney at Law

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DENTAL FROM PAGE 81 James W. Gamble Jr., D.M.D. 711 K St. Greeneville, TN 37745 639-9131 Greeneville Dental Associates 1308 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 Amy Armstrong, D.D.S. Melissa Armbrister, D.D.S. 639-6120 www.greenevilledental. com

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ENDODONTICS Maria Wyche Bryan, D.D.S. 128 Serral Dr., Suite 2 787-1777 www.tricitiesendo.com

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ANIMAL SERVICES IN GREENE COUNTY

Humane Society Helps Animals In Need to the public, including children at local schools and are dedicated to speaking up for homeless animals who cannot speak for themselves.

pickup service is offered when the pet’s owner cannot be located. Contact Greene County Dispatch (423) 218-5221.

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PET GUIDE Greene County Veterinary Medical Center Your Full-Service Veterinary Hospital Just Ask Your Neighbor!

Dr. Doug Woolsey

24 Hour Client Emergency Service

639-1621 39-4881 247 Baileyton Road, Greeneville, TN

C untry Side Kennel

All Creatures Country Club “Treat your pet to a vacation in the mountains”

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Ed Claiborne, DVM Juliette Brown, DVM

Al Claiborne, DVM Kagney Hutson, DVM

Owners: Dennis & Judy Winckle 201 Church Hill Road Greeneville, TN 37743

370 Morgan Road, Greeneville, TN 37745

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Several Veterinary Clinics Are Open Here The health needs of pets and livestock are met by more than a dozen veterinarians working at veterinary clinics in this community.

ANIMAL MEDICAL CENTER OF GREENEVILLE, PC 370 Morgan Road Greeneville, TN 37745 639-6777 (regular and after hours) 639-0743 (fax) Dr. Don E. “Ed” Claiborne, DVM Dr. Al Claiborne, DVM Dr. Juliette Brown, DVM Dr. Kagney Hutson, DVM (E): amcgreeneville@gmail.com (W): www.amcgreeneville.com

ANIMALS WEST VETERINARY HOSPITAL PHOTO BY METRO CREATIVE GRAPHICS

1428 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 639-9677

Dr. Tony Greer, DVM Dr. Amanda Greer, DVM

BROOKFIELD ANIMAL HOSPITAL 735 W. Andrew Johnson Highway Greeneville, TN 37745 639-9594 Dr. Philip Howard, DVM Dr. Alisa Howard, DVM (W): www.brookfieldanimalhospital.net (W): www.crestviewanimalhospitaltn. com (E): crestviewah78@gmail.com

DUCKWORTH ANIMAL HOSPITAL 701 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37745 638-5382 Dr. A.L. Duckworth III, DVM Dr. Stacia R. Cook, DVM

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County, Municipalities Oversee Animal Control 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 animal 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 animal 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. The county’s animal control officers also serve as rabies control officers in conjunction with the Greene County Health Department. The animal control facility is located at 990 Hal Henard Road in Greeneville and is operated by the Greene County Animal Control Department.

The 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. Agreements among Greene County and the four municipalities within its borders are in place to fund the department. Cooperation with other agencies and animal rescuers enhances their ability to find homes for deserving animals. Adoption agreements are in place with the Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society, Helping Paws Mountain View Rescue and Bright Hope Animal Rescue, and animals held at least 72 hours may be adopted through those agencies. The animal control facility is normally open to the public from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 8 a.m. until noon on Saturday. For more information, call 798-1777 or email animalcontrol@greenecountytngov. com.

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VET CARE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

EAST TENNESSEE VETERINARY 1515 Industrial Road Greeneville, TN 37745 620-3701 (office and after hours) Dr. Alex Dulaney, DVM Dr. Patrick Taylor, DVM Dr. Megan Gilbert, DVM Dr. Claire Baskett, DVM (W): www.easttnvet.com

ROCKY TOP VETERINARY HOSPITAL 5415 E. Andrew Johnson Highway Afton, TN 37616 525-5699 Dr. Matt Quillen, DVM Dr. Kayla Swanay, DVM (W): www.rockytopvets.com

710 Professional Plaza Greeneville, TN 37745 638-2273 Dr. Vickie L. Howell, DVM Dr. Lawrence E. “Larry” Dawson, DVM (W): https://vetcareanimalhospital.com/ (E): vetcareanimal@icloud.com

GREENE COUNTY VETERINARY MEDICAL CENTER 247 Baileyton Road Greeneville, TN 37745 639-4881 or 639-1621 639-1621 (after hours) Dr. Doug Woolsey, DVM Dr. Justin Woolsey, DVM (W): greenecountyvetclinic.com greenecountyvet@embarqmail.com

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• In ground pool

775 Bewleys Chapel Rd Midway, TN 37809 Office: 423-422-7778

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• Dog Friendly

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Retreat & Campground, Horseback Riding Trails, Stocked Fishing Ponds, Cabin Rental, Equine Events & Layover Facility

423.823.2867 495 McMillian Rd. Moshiem, TN 37818 mcmillanfarms-retreat.com

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Main Street: Greeneville Gives A Boost To Downtown ain Street: Greeneville Inc. is a non-profit organization that aims to drive resources into projects that improve the downtown area and help its businesses capitalize on the area’s retail and tourism markets.

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The Main Street District encompasses 18 blocks. Main Street: Greeneville partners with public and private sectors in promoting events and activities, economic development efforts, fundraising and grant seeking, tourism and more in its work to

promote that area. The organization’s mission also includes preservation of historic structures and promotion of heritage tourism.” Main Street: Greeneville operates under the Main Street Program’s four-

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of real estate is available at the Main Street: Greeneville office at 310 S. Main St. The office is in the Andrew Johnson Complex building. Jann Mirkov is the executive director of Main Street: Greeneville.

CHARTERED IN 1983 In 1983, Greeneville became one of the first Main Street 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 directors composed of business and community leaders.

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 90-minute walking tour begins at 9:30 a.m. and features 13 sites in the historic district. Tours of the historic Dickson-Williams 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. January and February may have limited availability due to weather. Tickets for both tours can be purchased at the General Morgan Inn, with all tours starting from there. Tours are limited to 12 people. Groups larger than 12 should call 423-7870500 at least 24 hours ahead. Main Street: Greeneville is involved in various community events. Call Main Street: Greeneville at 423-6397102 or visit www.mainstreetgreeneville.org for more information.

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and Greene County, Children’s Center Scholarship Program, CASA of Northeast Tennessee, Family Resource Center (Greene County Schools), Family Support Center (Greeneville City Schools), Girl Scout Council for Southern Appalachians, American Red Cross, Greene County Community Ministries/ Food Bank, Opportunity House, Greeneville Emergency & Rescue Squad, Child Advocacy Center, Greene County Cancer Program, Frontier Health — Nolichuckey/Holston Valley Mental Health Center, Mountain Region Speech and Hearing, YMCA Member and Camp Scholarships, CHIPS Family Violence Shelter, Personal Support Services, Foster Grandparent Program and Tennessee Rehabilitation Center at Greeneville. 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. Some specific programs United Way funds through grants include: First Responder Rehabilitation Services through PHOTO SPECIAL TO THE SUN Debusk Volunteer Fire Department; Stan Ritter Fund for emergency needs through Greene County Schools Family United Way of Greene County exists to back neighbors Resource Center; weekly hot meals through Tabernacle helping neighbors to strengthen the community. Mission Soup Kitchen; and Magic School Bus through Greene Since 1958, the local organization has conducted an annual LEAF. fundraiser to back local human services with the goals of supporting education, improving health, providing basic needs VALUE OF UNITED WAY and sustaining income. A number of criteria must be met before an organization is Its contributors, volunteers and staff are local. Its partner considered to receive United Way funding, including nonagencies serve this community, and its beneficiaries are local. profit organization status, financial audits and more. In recent years, annual campaigns have well exceeded This process allows United Way to be a “watchdog” over $400,000 dollars, with 99% of the money staying in the county. other agency programs and fiscal issues, adding another layer The agency’s annual report filings show direct benefits to of accountability for patrons. approximately 30,000 people yearly, with additional, indirect Because the review process is so stringent, being a United benefits within the entire community. Only one penny of Way member agency makes it easier for the agencies to every dollar goes outside Greene County to pay state and apply for and receive grants that may be available from other national United Way organization dues. sources. The United Way of Greene County also works to assess COMMUNITYWIDE IMPACT emerging needs and programs to ensure residents have access Every year, thousands of tax dollars are saved because of to needed services and resources. the services provided by the partner agencies and programs The United Way office is located at 115 Academy St., funded through the local United Way. Greeneville, TN 37743. Wendy Peay is the executive United Way member agencies include: Sequoyah Council of director. For more information, call 639-9361 or visit www. the Boy Scouts of America, Boys & Girls Club of Greeneville unitedwayofgreenecounty.org and www.unitedway.org.

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Industry Crenlo Engineered Cabs is always encouraging talented, motivated and energetic individuals to join our team. We have a proud history and a bright future in a great market with incredibly talented employees and amazing customers. We never forget this is a people business built on relationships that withstand the test of time. Our Golden Rule philosophy extends to the off-highway vehicle operators who use our products to stay safe, comfortable, and productive in the agriculture, construction, forestry, military, mining, rail, and specialty truck markets.

engineeredcabs.com/careers 115 Terry Leonard Drive Greeneville, TN 423-798-2420

Butler Electric Motor Service Motor Sales, Parts & Service

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Industry Guide

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Keep Greene Beautiful, a Keep America Beautiful program affiliate, is an initiative of the Greene County Partnership that strives to improve the appearance of the community. Keep Greene Beautiful works toward its goal of a cleaner, more beautiful community through educating children and adults on the importance of litter control and good solid-waste practices, including recycling. 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 the Greene County Partnership at 638-4111 or visit www. greenecountypartnership.com.


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Want To Volunteer? Look At These Opportunities ADVOCACY

Keep Greene Beautiful Contact: 638-4111 Website: www.keepgreenebeautiful.com Email: kgb@greenecop.com Volunteers are asked to work with the community to develop and maintain a clean and beautiful environment.

CASA of Northeast Tennessee Contact: 638-5028 Website: www.casanetn.org Email: admin@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.

U.S. Department of Agriculture — Forest Service Contact: 638-4109 Fax: 638-6599 Website: www.fs.usda.gov/cherokee The forest service office welcomes volunteer participation in trail maintenance and various activities with young people.

Many opportunities for volunteer work present themselves in Greene County. Following is a list of many local agencies that utilize volunteers throughout Greene County.

The Child Advocacy Center of the 3rd 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.

ANIMALS/ENVIRONMENT Humane Society Animal Shelter Contact: 639-4771 Website: www.gchumanesociety.com Volunteers who love animals are needed to walk and socialize with dogs and socialize with cats. Other volunteer opportunities are available as needed. Volunteers of all ages are accepted. If under 18 years of age, volunteers must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.

ARTS AND CULTURE Doak House Museum Contact: 636-8554 Website: doakhouse.tusculum.edu The historic home of Samuel Witherspoon Doak, on the campus of Tusculum University, needs volunteers to help with museum programs. Volunteers learn about the history of Tusculum University, which they then share with visitors by serving as tour guides. Volunteers also help with other duties such as 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: 257-4235 Working to preserve the historic legacy of the region, this group needs volunteers to work on special projects.

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Volunteers work in the gardens of Tusculum University. Greeneville-Greene County History Museum Contact: 636-1558 Website: www.greenevillegreenecounty historymuseum.com Email: betty@themuseum.us The museum of local history provides enrichment programs for students and daily tours. Volunteers are welcome.

Website: www.mainstreetgreeneville.org Email: director@mainstreetgreeneville.org 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.

Greeneville-Greene County Public CHILDREN Library Child Enrichment Center at Asbury Contact: 638-5034 United Methodist Church Website: www.ggcpl.org Contact: 798-1060 The library welcomes volunteers to help Website: www.asburylife.org with shelving books, updating catalogs Email: inscore@asburylife.org and reading to pre-schoolers during the This center provides quality day-care to school year. Volunteers also help with small children 6 weeks to 5 years of age. Sources projects. of funding are tuition, donations and Main Street: Greeneville Inc. SEE VOLUNTEER PAGE 98 Contact: 639-7102


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VOLUNTEER FROM PAGE 97 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. The Children’s Center Contact: 638-5589 The Children’s Center provides day care for infants and preschool children. During the monthly staff meeting, volunteers are needed to help supervise children by reading or assisting in classroom activities. All volunteers go through the Holston Home Volunteer Program.

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VOLUNTEER FROM PAGE 98 other household goods to needy families. Volunteers help with sorting donated clothing and food. Greeneville-Greene 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. Volunteers are needed to help pack food boxes and interview clients. Opportunity House Contact: 638-4099; thrift store 638-3483 This facility provides short-term emergency housing for homeless adults and children. Volunteers are needed to

Rural Resources is dedicated to educating the community in the preservation and improvement of agricultural land, preserving rural heritage and developing a sustainable system of producing and marketing agricultural products. Volunteers are welcome.

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 as well as arrange shoes and general household goods for sale to the public.

DISASTER AID The American Red Cross Contact: (423) 765-4222 Website: www.redcross.org This humanitarian organization provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prepare, prevent 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.

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Tennessee Rehabilitation Center Contact: 639-5148 The Tennessee Rehabilitation Center aids in the job-training 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 Resource Center Contact: Director, 823-5204 Email: rennera@gcschools.net The Family Resource Center provides food, clothing, and school supplies to students enrolled in Greeneville City Schools and their families. Volunteers are needed to help with food delivery every

third Friday of the month. Contact Amy Renner, Family Resource Center Director, for more information. Greene County YMCA Contact: 639-6107 Website: www.greenecounty-ymca.org Email: mikeh@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, perform clerical work and serve as board members. 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

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HEALTH Greeneville Community Hospital 787-5000 (East campus) 639-3153 (West campus) Website: www.balladhealth.org/ volunteer-opportunities Information about volunteer opportunities is available by contacting Ballad Health online or at either of its Greeneville campuses.

First Tennessee Human Resource Agency Contact: 461-8200 704 Rolling Hills Drive Johnson City, TN 37604 Website: www.fthra.org Email: swalker@fthra.org First Tennessee Human Resource Smoky Mountain Home Health & Agency serves Carter, Greene, Johnson, Hospice Hawkins, Hancock, Sullivan, Unicoi Contact: 636-8006 and Washington counties in Northeast Website: www.smokyhhc.com Tennessee improving the quality of life Volunteers help provide care for the through effective delivery of social services. terminally ill by sitting with patients, First Tennessee relies on volunteers for running errands for families and providing respite care. many programs. Greeneville Community Ministries Food Bank Contact: 638-1667 107 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37743 The Greeneville-Greene County Community Ministries exist to serve the needy with food, utilities, etc. in emergency situations. Volunteers are needed to sort food donations and to fill orders for recipients.

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Roby Nutrition/Meals on Wheels Contact: 639-3128 Website: www.fthra.org/programs Volunteers are needed to help serve LITERACY meals to the Roby Fitzgerald Adult Center Greene County Literacy Council participants, as well as deliver meals to Contact: 798-8189 homebound elderly. In addition, volunteers This organization serves adults with are welcome to frequent the center, as well basic academic skills below the eighthas the kitchen, lending a hand wherever grade level. Tutoring students is only one needed. of many volunteer opportunities. Call the Adult Basic Education Program for more FUNDRAISING information, which is the same number as United Way of Greene County for the Literacy Council, 798-8189. Contact: 639-9361 Website: unitedwayofgreenecounty.com SEE VOLUNTEER PAGE 102 Providing essential support to

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VOLUNTEER FROM PAGE 101 PHYSICALLY/MENTALLY CHALLENGED Greene County Skills Inc. Contact: 798-7100 Website: www.greenecountyskills.org Email: greenecountyskillsinc@gcskills.com This organization provides services for individuals with developmental and physical disabilities. Volunteers are always needed to be teacher’s aides and assist in classroom activities in the day center with crafts, music, dance, holiday parties and assisting participants in writing letters to their family and friends. Volunteers are also needed to help in the cafeteria, and certified volunteers are needed to teach CPR. Greene County Skills now provides adult day care for senior citizens, and volunteers are welcome to assist the day care. Having fun at Cub Scout Twilight Camp

OPPORTUNITIES FOR SENIORS Retired Senior Volunteer Programs Contact: 639-3128 RSVP recruits senior citizens, emphasizing the minimum age of 55, and nonprofit 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. Foster Grandparent Program of East Tennessee Contact: 639-8462 Email: rhumbert@fthra.org The program provides volunteer opportunities for limited income 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 Rhonda Humbert.

OPPORTUNITIES WITH SENIORS First Tennessee Area Agency On Aging and Disability Contact: 866-836-6678 Website: www.ftaaad.org

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 their 18th birthday; and Venturers, a co-ed program designed for young people grades 9 to the age of 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 up to their 21st birthday.

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Appalachian Auditorium at St. James is operated by the St. James Community Center, a non-profit organization. Our mission is to bring quality live entertainment to the southern part of Greene County and beyond at a reasonable ticket price of only $15 ($20 at the door) for all shows. The historical property, formerly known as St. James School, was gifted to St. James Lutheran Church for community use. For years, it has housed ministries like Appalachian Helping Hands, Jacob’s Well and many other community outreach projects. Today, the old high school auditorium hosts a variety of quality entertainment acts from all over the country plus right here in our own backyard. Proceeds from ticket sales are used to continue to update the 1936 Auditorium, as well as help support the cost of artist fees, advertising and printing. We also use part of the revenue to offer free tickets to people who are served by the ministries that operate out of the St. James Community Center. Located at 3220 St. James Road, Greeneville, across from St. James Lutheran Church, the Auditorium is nestled in a beautiful valley surrounded by East Tennessee mountains. We encourage visitors to step back in time with us to a picturesque time when families got together for live music and other entertainment on Saturday night! Tickets online at www.appalachian-auditorium.org or by calling 423-312-4392.

GREENEVILLE ARTS COUNCIL The Greeneville Arts Council sponsors monthly art

exhibits, free to the public, that feature the work of local and regional artists at the Mason House Gallery in the General Morgan Inn. The Council also sponsors the Art Quest Summer Camp that includes a one week session of creative projects involving art instruction for children. Scholarships are offered by the Council that benefit graduating high school seniors who are entering college or university art programs. In addition, college students who are rising sophomores already majoring in the visual arts may apply for the $2,000 Mary Jane Coleman Scholarship each spring. Justine Young is president. Matilda Green is secretary and director of exhibits. The Greeneville Arts Council address is: P.O. Box 2282, Greeneville, TN 37744. For more information, call 552-8634 or go to www.greenevilleartscouncil.org.

GREENEVILLE THEATRE GUILD The Greeneville Theatre Guild is Greeneville’s community theatre organization, providing quality theatrical presentations to enrich, entertain and educate the community. Created in October 2014 the Guild typically produces four productions each year and offers opportunities for those interested in learning more about the theatrical process to be involved in all levels of productions. Open auditions are held for each show. The all-volunteer organization is headquartered at the Theatre Depot at 250 W. Depot Street, and holds their performances at the Capitol Theatre at 104 S. Main St. For information regarding upcoming productions or how to get involved, contact Paige Mengel, GTG Executive Director, at 470-2792, find them on Facebook, or consult their website at www.greenevilletheatreguild.org.

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ARTS FROM PAGE 105 NISWONGER PERFORMING ARTS CENTER The Niswonger Performing Arts Center offers culturally enriching opportunities from traveling musical groups to orchestral performances, from Broadway plays to major concerts. The 1,150-seat venue is located next to Greeneville High School. The center is utilized for school-related events, along with other community-based and entertainment events. The center was funded by both private and public money. Scott M. Niswonger, a businessman and philanthropist, was the sole private donor, giving $5.5 million to complete the project, which cost $7 million. NPAC is online at www.npacgreeneville.com, or call the NPAC box office at 638-1679.

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CENTRAL BALLET THEATRE Central Ballet Theatre Inc., a non-profit community ballet company, is located at 120 W. Summer St. in Greeneville. 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 full-length ballet, coordinating performances with 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. Those interested in volunteering or seeking more information may contact Lori Ann Sparks, CBT artistic director, at 620-2036, or go to www.centralballet.com.

TUSCULUM ARTS OUTREACH Tusculum University Arts Outreach serves as an “umbrella” for many programs designed to bring the arts and reading into the lives of students and the community. TU Arts Outreach director Marilyn duBrisk, the university’s longtime artist-in-residence, has been supported by the Tennessee Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts for more than 20 years. In early 2020, she announced her intention to retire. The university announced that Wayne Thomas, dean of the College of Civic and Liberal Arts, would serve in her place, with the assistance of TU Arts Outreach Assistant Director Brian Ricker and other staff until a successor is named. Other Arts Outreach staff members include Frank Mengel,

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technical director; Jennifer Hollowell, Arts Outreach coordinator; and Erin Hensley-Schultz, costume director. The program is also backed by community volunteers, area artists and school teachers. For information on how to become involved in any of the following Arts Outreach projects, call 798-1620. Listed below are the primary TU Arts Outreach programs: Theatre-at-Tusculum: Theatre-at-Tusculum began in 1997 as a community-based performance, with open auditions for campus and community. Generally 2-3 productions are offered every year with the full-scale musical in the fall on Annie Hogan Byrd main stage, and two productions held in the Behan Arena Theatre during the spring semester. Acts, Arts, Academia: Tusculum University’s performance and lecture series brings a wide variety of artists to the community. Performances and lectures are held in the auditorium of the Annie Hogan Byrd Fine Arts Building or in the Behan Arena Black Box Theatre in the lower level of the same building. 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 or online at arts.tusculum.edu. 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 and organizations, 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. TU Arts Outreach Costume Shoppe: The Costume Shoppe was created to provide costume support to area schools and for Theatre-at-Tusculum productions at the university. 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. 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 TU Arts Outreach artists, including presentation techniques and literature interpretation, as well as technical skills such as set design and construction, lighting and makeup.

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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 140 Broad St. in Kingsport at the end of May 2016. 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 information, contact the LampLight box office at 423-343-1766, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or online at www.lamplighttheatre.com.

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ART GALLERIES The Allison Gallery: The Allison Gallery is located on the first floor of the Rankin House behind Three Blind Mice across from the Tusculum University campus. The gallery houses all types of contemporary artwork. Tusculum University art students formally display their senior presentations in the gallery. It is a non-profit gallery and open to the public free of charge. Usually closed for the summer, the gallery’s hours are weekdays from 3:30 to 5 p.m. or by appointment. Artspace 4 Gallery: Located at 107 N. Main St., Artspace 4 Gallery is a fine art and fine craft cooperative gallery. Operating hours are subject to change by season, and are currently noon to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday. Call 972-9265 or go online to www.artspace4gallery.com to confirm open hours. The gallery also opens by appointment. To schedule an appointment, call 423-972-9265, 423-620-1271 or 423-9425646. 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. It is a non-profit gallery that 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 schools during various times throughout Spring. Contact Greeneville Arts Council Director of Exhibits, Matilda Green, at 329-5366.

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Many Clubs, Organizations Play Active Role In Community 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 inadvertently omitted. 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

Nancy Causey, Co-President (W): www.alphadeltakappa.org East Tennessee Human Resource Agency 1324 Tusculum Boulevard Greeneville, TN 37745 Corrections: 798-9625 Probation: 798-9652 (W): www.ethra.org Fraternal Order of Police Aaron Spears, President 116 E. Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37743 798-1800 Greene County Association of Volunteer

Fire Departments Ryan Holt, Chief 638-1237 (E): chief23@comcast.net

Greene County Law Enforcement Association Stewart Kilgore, President 972-2613

Greene County Bar Association Curt Collins, President 101 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37745 972-4388

Greene County Medical Society Dr. Michael Hartsell, Secretary 638-1188 Dr. John Boys, President 787-5040 (E): john.boys@balladhealth.org Greene County Partnership Jeffrey D. Taylor, Board Chair 115 Academy St. Greeneville, TN 37743 638-4111

Greene County Education Association Hillary Buckner, President 910 W Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 525-2407 (E): thehillarybuckner@gmail.com Meetings: first Monday at 4 p.m.

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CLUBS FROM PAGE 111 (W): www.greenecountypartnership.com (E): GCP@greenecop.com Greeneville Education Association Jamie Chapman, President Highland Elementary 638-3341 (E): jamiechapman@embarqmail.com

Tenn. Police Benevolent Association Norman Rickman, Director of Regional Services P.O. Box 773 Greeneville, TN 37744 865-548-4581 1-800-233-3506 (E) nrickman@tds.net Tennessee Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Emily Maddux, President (W): www.eatright-tn.org (E): eatrighttn@gmail.com

Greeneville-Greene County Retired Teachers Association Patricia Jersey, Presidents 639-2725 Meets are 4 times a year April, June, October and December

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Antique Automobile Club of America Davy Crockett Region Ed Logan, President 556 Opie Arnold Road Limestone, TN 37681 (E): ebloganbuick@msn.com

Northeast Tennessee Association of Realtors Edith Ann Wadewitz, CEO 477-0040 (W): www.netar.us (E): netar@netar.us

Ridge Runners Car Club Herb Plemons, President 306-5751 Tony Bible 639-4442 Meetings: 7 p.m. on the second Monday of each month at Victory Church of God Volunteer State Auto Club Bill Collins, President 552-8376 (W) volunteerstateautoclub.org Facebook: Volunteer State Auto Club Meetings: second Tuesday of each month at City Garage Museum at 6:30 p.m.

National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association Greeneville Post Office 220 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 787-2177 (W): www.nrlca.org Smoky Mountain Music Teachers’ Association Jeanette Hawk, President 706 E. Barton Ridge Road Greeneville, TN 37745 639-1970

CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS: GENERAL Epilepsy Foundation (W): https://www.efeasttn.org/ 865-522-4991 Toll Free: 1-800-332-1000

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Farm Bureau Women Marty Barkley, Chairwoman 470-4386 (E): barkleymarty@yahoo.com Meetings: 11 a.m. on second Tuesday of every month (except December) at the main office on the Newport Highway. George Clem Multicultural Alliance Gene Maddox, Board Chairman 312 Floral St. Greeneville, TN 37743 444-6604 Greene County Farm Bureau Richard Snowden, President 639-7212 1431 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (E): richard.snowden@wallacehardware. com Greeneville Exchange Club (Lunch) Don Sexton, President 470-3400 Meetings: Tuesdays at noon, Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church Greeneville Kiwanis Club Caleb Julian, President

(E) cjulian@ajbank.com Meetings: Thursdays at noon, Fraternal Order of Police building, 105 Nevada Ave. Greeneville Lions Club Doug Green, Presidents 972-9401 (W): greenevillelions.org Meetings: Third Thursday at Noon, Casa Guerrero Inter-Agency Council Carolyn McAmis, President Wendy Peay, Secretary 639-9361 115 Academy St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Meetings: fourth Wednesday of each month, 11:45 a.m. at Casa Guerrero (except for summer months)

OPTIMIST CLUB Roger Carter, President 636-1767 Meetings: second Thursday of the month, 6 p.m. at Casa Guerrero

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CLUBS FROM PAGE 112 Rotary Morning Club of Greeneville Tim Landeck P.O. Box 396 Greeneville, TN 37744 (E): tim39902@hotmail.com Meetings: Wednesdays at 7 a.m., Greenveville Community Hospital East (formerly Laughlin Memorial) Rotary Noon Club of Greeneville Brian Cutshaw, President P.O. Box 543 Greeneville, TN 37744 359-3109 (E): rotagreene7570@gmail.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/ greenerotary Meetings: Tuesdays at noon USS Greeneville Inc. Dale Long, President 404 Circle Heights Greeneville, TN 37745 329-0400 (E): dale.long772@gmail.com

CIVIC/PATRIOTIC ORGANIZATIONS FOR WOMEN Andrew Johnson Women’s Club Judy Forshay, President 638-4582 104 Andrew Johnson Drive Greeneville, TN 37743 Meetings: 10:30 a.m. at Andrew Johnson Clubhouse on second Tuesday of the month, Sept.-May. Daughters of the American Revolution, Nolachuckey Chapter Marinella Charles, Regent 107 W. McKee St. Greeneville, TN 37745 639-3966 (E): carolyngregg55@yahoo.com GFWC Greeneville Woman’s Club Teresa Lawrence, President 423-787-7941 (E): greenevillewomansclub@gmail.com (W): www.greenevillewomansclub.net Meetings: St. James Episcopal Church at 6:30 p.m., every second Thursday of the month Newcomer Club Dorothy Blank, President

Jackie Jenkins, Reservationist 601-832-6330 For information or reservations (E): Newcomerclubgreeneville@gmail. com Meetings: fourth Thursday of the month August through May at the General Morgan Inn at 10 a.m., except in November (second Thursday at 10 a.m.). Coffee service is $7 and lunch is $18. Youth Builders Rushmie Bakshi, President 423-388-8682 Facebook: Youth Builders of Greeneville, INC

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS: GENERAL

P.O. Box 2922 Greeneville, TN 37744 423-329-0466 (E): gcimaginationlibrary@gmail.com (W): gcimaginationlibrary.org Greeneville Adventist Community Services Center 120 Idletime Drive Greeneville, TN 37743 639-7127 (W): www.greenevilleadventist.org Greeneville Emergency & Rescue Squad 602 W. Church St. Greeneville, TN 37743, or P.O. Box 243 Greeneville, TN 37744 638-3431 (office)

Baileyton Celebration 6530 Horton Highway 423-620-0152 (W): www.baileytoncelebration.org

Greeneville Farmers’ Market Inc. Judy Shelton Cat McMaster, Market Manager 423-943-1098

Friends of Greeneville/Greene County Public Library Cathy Giles, Executive Committee 210 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 638-5034 (W): www.ggcpl.org (E) grv.ggcpl@gmail.com

Doak House Museum 690 Erwin Highway Tusculum, TN 73345 552-3023 639-7616 (E): greenevillefarmersmarket@gmail.com (W): www.greenevillefarmersmarket.com Year Around Online Market: gfm. locallygrown.net

Greene County Emergency Management Service 311 CCU Boulevard, Suite 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 798-1729 Greene County Fair Association Rick Clark, President P.O. Box 582 Greeneville, TN 37744 638-2521 (E) info@greenecountyfair.com (W): www.greenecountyfair.com Greene County Habitat for Humanity Vicki Culbertson, Executive Director Office: 638-1338 2460 W. Andrew Johnson Highway Greeneville, TN 37743 (E) vickic@gchfh.com (W): www.gchfh.com Greene County Imagination Library Ruth Burkey, Coordinator

Greeneville-Greene County Community Ministries & Food Bank 107 N. Cutler St. Greeneville, TN 37743 638-1667 Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society 950 Hal Henard Road Greeneville, TN 37743 P.O. Box 792 Greeneville, TN 37744 639-4771 (W): www.gchumanesociety.com Greeneville-Greene County Library Board Ginny Kidwell, Chairman 210 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 638-5034 (W): www.ggcpl.org

Greene County Literacy Council Debbie Fillers, Treasurer 215 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37745 798-8189 444-1377 (E): fillersd3489@gmail.com Main Street: Greeneville Jann Mirkov, Executive Director 310 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 639-7102 (E): director@mainstreetgreeneville.org (W): www.mainstreetgreeneville.org United Way of Greene County 115 Academy St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Wendy Peay, Executive Director 639-9361 (E): wendy@unitedwayofgreenecounty.com (W): unitedwayofgreenecounty.com

FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS Moose Lodge No. 692 Eddie Wooodard, Governor Ron Bergquist Jr., Administrator P.O. Box 1293 Greeneville, TN 37744 638-4881 (W): www.greenevillemoose.com (E): moose692@comcast.net Women of the Moose Barbara White, Senior Regent 728 Kiser Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 638-4881

GARDEN CLUBS Eastside Garden Club Jeanie Jackson, President 620-0473 tiger129ts@aol.com The Greene Herb Society Geneva Dyer, President For more information contact: Jeanie Jackson 620-0473 (E): tiger129ts@aol.com Meetings: second Monday of the month, meets at various times and locations.

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HERITAGE/HISTORICAL Andrew Johnson Heritage Association Official Friends Group for Andrew Johnson National Historic Site George Collins, President P.O. Box 5971 Greeneville, TN 37743 525-0240 (E): shay46@earthlink.net

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Baileyton Area Historical Society Myra Moore, President 620-8580 Blue Springs Historical Association Wilhemina Williams, President 257-4235 Dickson-Williams Historical Association Sarah Webster, Chairman 552-0426

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Greene County Genealogical Society Stevie Hughes, President 638-9866 T. Elmer Cox Historical and Genealogical Library 229 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 www.greenecountytngenealogicalsociety.org/ Greene County Heritage Trust George Scott, President P.O. Box 1794 Greeneville, TN 37744 502-0368 Overmountain Victory Trail Association Steve Ricker, Director of Interpretation 278-0439 (E): primitivetrails@gmail.com (W): www.ovta.org Sons of Confederate Veterans John Hunt Morgan Camp 2053 R.J. Wilkerson, Commander

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CLUBS FROM PAGE 117 (E): morgancamp2053@gmail.com (W): www.scv.org Son’s of Union Veterans of the Civil War, President Andrew Johnson Camp 70 Tim Massey, Commander 620-3813 (E): horses319@comcast.net (W): www.suvcw.org Sons of the Revolution, Nathanael Greene Chapter Gary Randles, Vice President 639-1407

HOBBY/SPECIAL INTEREST Andrew Johnson Amateur Radio Club Ian Bible, President 203 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (E): Ian.bible@gmail.com (W): www.ajarc.org Meetings: Roby Fitzgerald Adult Center, first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. Davy Crockett Beekeepers Association Tim Hayes, President Joel Hausser, Secretary Treasurer 639-3933 Meetings: Farm Bureau building, on W. Main St., every fourth Monday (except December) at 7:30 p.m. EverGreene Woodcarvers Dennis Stubbs 638-7417 (E): destubbs@centurylink.net Meetings: Christ United Methodist Church (back of building), Mondays at 5 p.m. GreenEville Basket Guild Betty Rednour 620-7430 https://www.facebook.com/GreenEville-BasketGuild-206878279496619 Meetings: Reformation Lutheran Church, every third Saturday at 9 a.m. Civil Air Patrol William Onkst 423-470-3400 (E): billonkst@hotmail.com (W): www.gocivilairpatrol.com

FAMILY, COMMUNITY, EDUCATION CLUBS Greene County Council of FCE Jean Moore, Co-Chairman 234-0527 Cedar Creek FCE

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Sharon Clark, President 217-532-5877 Fairview FCE Anne Malone, President 638-7335

MASONIC Baileyton Lodge No. 520, F&AM Lynn Shipley

365 Bruner St. Greeneville, TN 37745 972-5072 Meetings: First Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Baileyton Lodge Hall Beersheba Lodge No. 449, F&AM Don Jackson, Secretary

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CLUBS FROM PAGE 118 1420 Houston Valley Road Greeneville, TN 37743 620-0473 Meetings: Third Monday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Beersheba Lodge Hall Eastern Star, Greeneville Chapter No. 223 Kelly Pickering, Worthy Matron 329-8390 Carol Branham, Secretary 639-7701 540 E. Andrew Johnson Highway Greeneville, TN 37745 Meetings: Second Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m. at the Greeneville Masonic Lodge Hall Eastern Star, Mosheim Chapter No. 292 Darlene Ebbert, Worthy Matron

Dianne Madisen, Secretary 312-2258 Meeting: Third Monday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Mosheim Masonic Lodge Hall Greene County Scottish Rite Club Willis Scott, Secretary/Treasurer 540 E. Andrew Johnson Highway Greeneville, TN 37745 Meeting: Third Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Greeneville Masonic Lodge Hall Greeneville Lodge No. 3 F&AM Jim Gosnell, Secretary 972-7496 540 E. Andrew Johnson Highway Greeneville, TN 37745 (E): greenevillelodgeno3@gmail.com (W): www.greenevillelodgeno3.org Meetings: First Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

No. 135 RAM Jim Gosnell, Secretary 972-7496 314 Hope Road Greeneville, TN 37745 (E): wjgosnell@comcast.net Meetings: Second Monday at 7 p.m. Greeneville Council No. 77 R&SM Jim Gosnell, Recorder 314 Hope Road Greeneville, TN 37745 972-7496 (E): wjgosnell@comcast.net Meetings: Second Monday at 7 p.m. Greeneville Commandery No. 43KT Jim Gosnell, Recorder 314 Hope Road Greeneville, TN 37745 972-7496

(E): wjgosnell@comcast.net Meetings: Fourth Monday at 7 p.m. Greene County Shrine Club Dennis Hensley, President 502-931-3431 Gary Johnson 972-1481 Meetings: First Thursday of the month, location varies, meal at 6 p.m., meeting at 7 p.m. Mosheim Lodge No. 463 F&AM Gary Graham, Secretary 1825 Main St. Mosheim, TN 37818 Mail: P.O. Box 551 972-8449 Meetings: First Saturday of the month at 7:30 p.m. at the Mosheim Masonic

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Lodge Hall Order of the Amaranth Sunrise Court No. 20 1825 Main St. Mosheim, TN 37818 Dianne Madisen, Royal Matron 312-2258 Donna Jones, Secretary 552-5980 Meetings: Third Saturday of the month at the Mosheim Masonic Lodge Hall at 1 p.m. Warrensburg Lodge No. 631 F&AM Gary Vick, Secretary 125 Mason Lodge Road Mohawk, TN 37810 Mail: P.O. Box 58 Bybee, TN 37713 623-2558 Meetings: Saturday on or before the full moon at 2 p.m. at the Warrensburg Masonic Lodge Hall

POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS Greene County Democratic Party Darrell Key, Chairman PO Box 1733 Greeneville, TN 37744 470-2538 (E): darrellkey@comcast.net Democratic Women’s Club Maryann Rush, President 278-8058 870 Bibles Chapel Rd. Midway, TN 37809 Greene County Republican Party Brett Purgason, Chairman 552-1655 (E): bpurgason1@outlook.com PO Box 100 Greeneville, TN 37744 Meetings: first Monday, 6 p.m. at Greeneville Parks & Rec, Bernard Ave. Republican Women’s Club Linda Kelley, President 258-5259 (E): lindakelley71141@gmail.com

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SOCIAL/GENERAL Link Hills Country Club Bob Ward, General Manager and Director of Golf Operations 1325 E. Allens Bridge Road Greeneville, TN 37743 638-3114 639-2961 (W): www.linkhills.com

SPORTS AND OUTDOORS: GENERAL Greene County Horse Club Tony Ricker, President 620-2570 P.O. Box 2234 Greeneville, TN 37744 (E): greenecountyhorseclubtn@yahoo.com (W): http://gchc2.tripod.com/index.html Greeneville Hiking & Cycling Club Jeannine Horton, President (W): www.greenevilletnhikingcycling.com Greene County Tennis Association Greeneville-Greene County Tennis Center 1209 Hal Henard Road Greeneville, TN 37743 David Weems 823-1362 (E): greenecountytennis@gmail.com (W): http://www.gctennis.org/ Greeneville Soccer Association Steven Crouch, Advisor Emeritus Brian Stayton, President Brian Rogers, Vice President 552-4555 (E): GreenevilleGalaxySoccer@gmail.com (W): www.greenevillegalaxy.com Terry Bellamy Soccer Park Mike Hollowell, Executive Director YMCA 404 Y St. Greeneville, TN 37745 639-6107 (W): http://greenecounty-ymca.org/ terry-bellamy-soccer-park Tennessee Bear Hunters Association Hugh Lamb, President 972-2461 (W): www.tbha.club Trout Unlimited Club - Cherokee Chapter Butch Clendenon 552-4311 P.O. Box 712 Greeneville, TN 37744 (W): www.facebook.com/outflyfishing

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928-0871 (W): www.aatricitiestn.org National Alliance on Mental Illness of Greene County Debbie Dawson, Steering Committee Chair 552-2368 (E): namigreene31@gmail.com (W): www.namitn.org Meeting: 1st Tuesday, 7-8:30 p.m., First Baptist Church Weight Watchers 1130 Temple St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (W): www.weightwatchers.com Narcotics Anonymous 423-426-0201 Meetings: Each Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 7 p.m., Asbury United Methodist Church Take Off Pounds Sensibly TOPS TN 0328 Tusculum Baptist Church 775 Erwin Highway Greeneville, TN 37745 Teresa A. Teague 213-2770 (E): teresatncoordinator@gmail.com (W): www.tops.org Meetings: Each Monday, 7:45 weigh in and 8:45 a.m. program time Multiple Sclerosis Self-Help Group Christina Dennison, Johnson City Support Group Leader Memorial Park Community Center 510 Bert St. Johnson City, TN 37601 904-881-8804 (E): nar_christina@msn.com Meetings: 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Memorial Park Community Center on the first Monday of each month

THE ARTS Greeneville Arts Council Justine Young, President Kristie Wilhoit, Vice President P.O. Box 2282 Greeneville, TN 37744

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VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS Robert F. Mitchell American Legion Post 64 798-1707 Glenn Beck, Commander 307-9471 Grady Barefield 639-3775 (W): www.alpost64tn.org Meetings: first Monday, 7 p.m., 101 Longview Dr. Disabled American Veterans Greene County Chapter No. 42 Michael Harman, State of Tennessee Commander 1641 Kiser Boulevard Greeneville, TN 37743 470-4394 (E): babbs1969@gmail.com Meetings: first Thursday of each month at 6 p.m. Sergeant Elbert Kinser Detachment of the Marine Corps League Robert “Andy” Wehrle, Commandant 70 Harlan St. Greeneville, TN 37745 540-226-4092 (E): andy.wehrle@gmail.com Meetings: second Thursday at 7 p.m. at VFW, 70 Harlan St. Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post No. 1990 70 Harlan St. Greeneville, TN 37745 638-4201 (W) https://www.vfwpost1990.org/ VFW Ladies Auxiliary Andrew Johnson Post 1990 70 Harlan St. Greeneville, TN 37745

YOUTH/FAMILY ORGANIZATIONS 4-H Clubs UT Extension-Greene County 204 North Cutler St. Suite 105 Greeneville, TN 37745 798-1710 (W) greene.tennessee.edu/4-h-youthdevelopment/

Clyde Austin 4-H Center Scottie Fillers, Center Manager sfillers1@etk.edu 639-3811 214 4-H Lane Greeneville, TN 37743 (W): www.clydeaustin4hcenter.com Appalachian Girl Scout Council 1100 Woodland Ave. Johnson City, TN 37601 1-800-474-1912 info@girlscoutcsa.org (W): www.girlscoutcsa.org Boys & Girls Club of Greeneville & Greene County Scott Bullington, Executive Director 787-9334 740 W. Church St. Greeneville, TN 37745 Mail: P.O. Box 1977 Greeneville, TN 37744 (E): gbgc@comcast.net (W): www.ggcbgc.org Boy Scouts of America Nolachuckey District Sarah Barnett, Senior District Executive 129 Boone Ridge Drive Johnson City, TN 37615 952-6961 (office) (E): sequoyah713@scbsa.org or sarah. barnett@scouting.org (W): www.sequoyahcouncil.org Fellowship of Christian Athletes — FCA Larry Bible, Field Associate 329-7320 (E): lbible@fca.org (W): www.fcatricities.org Greene County YMCA Mike Hollowell, Executive Director 404 Y St. Greeneville, TN 37745 639-6107 (W): www.greenecounty-ymca.org Junior Achievement Cathy Salley, President 330 Broad St. Suite 1 Kingsport, TN 37660 423-392-8841 ext. 1 (E): cathy@jatricities.com (W): www.juniorachievement.org or http://tricities.ja.org/

RURITAN CLUBS Ruritan National P.O. Box 487 Dublin, VA 24084 1-877-787-8727 540-674-5431 (E): office@ruritan.org (W): www.ruritan.org Mike Gregg, District Governor 73cuda340@embarqmail.com Ruritan Zone Four Baileyton Joe Jaynes, Member of District Cabinet and Ruritan National Director 329-2959 (E): jejaynes2@outlook.com Meetings: third Thursday at 6:30 in various locations - contact Joe Jaynes for location Chuckey Gary Cole, President 255 Chuckey Ruritan Road Chuckey, TN 37641 948-1326 (E): garycole1953@aol.com Meetings: third Monday at 6:30 p.m. Clear Springs Donna Goode, Secretary 257-6305 (E): donnagoode@outlook.com 4050 Clear Springs Road Limestone, TN 37681 Meetings: first Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Hardins Chapel Tim Tarlton, President Cindy Kricko, Treasurer 329-2243 Meetings: first Monday at 7 p.m. at Hardins Chapel Community Center, 3320 Baileyton Highway Ruritan Zone Five Michael Gregg, Zone Governor (E): 73cuda340@embarqmail.com Mohawk Tim Wisecarver, President Cindy Wisecarver, Vice President 312-6405 (E): timcindy88@gmail.com Meetings: second Monday at 7:00 p.m. at old Mohawk School building on Saville Loop

Mosheim Denise Duck, Secretary 422-7937 (E): mobilemallard2014@gmail.com Meetings: second Monday at 7 p.m. at Mosheim Ruritan building Mt. Pleasant Bonnie Hartman, President Amy Harrison, Secretary (E): aharrison0224@gmail.com Meetings: fourth Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church Memorial Building, 711 Mt. Pleasant Rd. Ottway Norma Hoyt, President 2435 Ottway Road Greeneville, TN 37745 956-1283 Meetings: third Monday at 7 p.m. Ruritan Zone Six Camp Creek 2999 Camp Creek Road Greeneville, TN 37743 Tim Smithson, President Betty McCue, Secretary 552-0778 Meetings: fourth Monday at 7 p.m. Glenwood Rose Webb, President 972-2803 (E): rosweb2@yahoo.com Meetings: second Thursday at 7 p.m. at Glenwood Educational Center, 3860 Warrensburg Rd. Greystone Eddie Key 3810 Greystone Road Greeneville, TN 37743 Meetings: third Monday at 6:30 p.m. Nolachuckey Anthony Prather, President 3290 St. James Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 972-7728 Meetings: first Monday at 7 p.m. South Greene Jimmy Cutshall, President 552-3806 Meetings: second Thursday at 6:30 p.m., call for location Can get this information on https:// www.davycrockettdistrict.com/.


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RECREATION IN GREENE COUNTY

Many Campsites, Recreation Areas Are In Greene County For those seeking opportunities to camp, swim, picnic, walk, exercise or relax and otherwise enjoy nature, Greene County has numerous parks and recreation areas.

bathhouse, The Llama Store, weekend wagon ride tours, storytelling llama hikes, baseball/ softball field, large green spaces, mature shade trees and more.

PRIVATE CAMPGROUNDS

Old Mountain Campground Phone: 638-3236 Location: 1074 Old Mountain Road, Greeneville, TN 37743, 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 campground includes free WiFi, a fishing pond, horseback riding trails and a swimming pool.

Banks Farm Campgrounds Phone: 423-422-7778 Website: www.banksfarmscampground. com Email: bfcampground@yahoo.com Location: 775 Bewleys Chapel Road, Midway, TN 37809. On the Nolichucky River in the Warrensburg community, 10 miles off Exit 15 of I-81. Summary: The campground is owned and operated by the Banks family. 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, horse trailer hookups and an equine arena. Open year-round, the campground welcomes groups, organizations, churches, families and individuals. Lazy Llama Campground Phone: 823-2100 Website: llamacampground.com Location: 405 Chuckey Ruritan Road South, Chuckey, TN 37641. Campers arriving from US Highway 11E/321 North or South should turn directly to Chuckey Ruritan Road South. Campers should not turn on Chuckey Highway or Faulkner Road as many GPS navigation routes suggest due to the narrow nature of those roads. Summary: Lazy Llama Campground is situated on a working llama farm, offering campers the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the Tennessee valley in a pastoral farm setting. It offers larger-than-standard campsites, full hookups with heated water lines, highspeed WiFi, coin-operated washer/dryer,

Pebble Mountain Family Campground Phone: 257-2120 Website: www.pebblemtn.com Email: pebblemtn@gmail.com Location: 78 Pebble Mountain Circle, Chuckey, TN 37641, 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. A cabin can sleep 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 David Crockett Birthplace State Park Phone: 257-2167 Website: www.tnstateparks.com/parks/ about/david-crockett-birthplace Email: Ask.TNStateParks@tn.gov Location: 1245 Davy Crockett Park Road, Limestone, TN 37681, about 12 miles east of Greeneville, off U.S. Highway 11E (Andrew Johnson Highway). Summary: The historic park along the banks of the Nolichucky River salutes the

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Exploring the “Mystery Cave” at Old Mountain Campground 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 farmstead with livestock and poultry, and a monument dedicated to the memory of Davy Crockett. The campground has almost 100 sites, with rates ranging $8-25. Campground 1 has 45 sites with electric/water hookups and 10 primitive sites and is open March 15 - Nov. 31. Campground 2 has 52 renovated, paved sites with electric/water hookups, and is open year round. Its bathhouse is closed December through February. Park hours are 8 a.m. until dusk, adjusting seasonally. Campground office hours are 2-8 p.m. during the camping season. Park office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Kinser Park Phone: 639-5912 Location: 710 Kinser Park Lane, Greeneville, TN 37743. From downtown Greeneville, take Main Street west to State Route 70S and go approximately 5 miles south to East Allens Bridge Road; turn left and go about 3 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 left and go about 1 mile to the park entrance on the right. From East of Greeneville, travel Erwin on State Route 107, and turn right on State Route 351 South and follow the “Camping” and “Kinser Park” signs.

Summary: This park is the largest park in Greene County. It has 132 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 sites and several more sites available on a first-come, first-served basis. There are four bathhouses with showers and a store. The park has picnic facilities with eight pavilions, tables and grills, a swimming pool with bathhouse and two pool tables and an arcade. The swimming pool and water slide are open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend, Tuesday through Sunday. A miniature golf course, five ballfields, a volleyball net, basketball courts, tennis courts, horseshoe pits and children’s playgrounds are among features. A boat ramp is available for Davy Crockett Lake boaters, and noteworthy fishing areas can be found along the length of the park. The park is usually open 7 a.m. until dark from April 1 through Oct. 31, and sometimes longer, as weather permits. It is open for hiking year-round.

PARKS AND RECREATION

Hardin Park Phone: Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department, 638-3143 Location: The park has a oneway entrance at 602 Crescent Drive,

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RECREATION FROM PAGE 123 Greeneville, TN 37743. The park exits onto East Vann Road. Summary: Hardin Park has two little league fields (Optimist and Rotary fields), one junior little league field used by Greeneville High School (Dale Alexander field) and two softball fields. A walking path runs the length of the park. 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 ducks, with feed available in vending machines. Bread is prohibited for the birds’ health. Hardin Park also contains a volleyball court, two basketball courts, a 10,000-squarefoot 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.

Tusculum City Park Phone: Tusculum City Hall, 638-6211 Location: Behind Doak Elementary School 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 4-mile linear park trail that can be used for walking, jogging or bicycling. Leashed dogs are allowed on the section of the trail between the two trail parking lots on Edens Road. The trail begins at the Tusculum City Park and continues through the Tusculum College campus, crosses the Erwin Highway and ends behind the former Greene Valley Developmental Center campus. Dogwood Park Phone: Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department, 638-3143 Location: 1725 Lafayette St. Greeneville,

TN 37745. Behind Tusculum View Elementary School Summary: Dogwood Park features a 400-seat outdoor amphitheater with built-in seating and a pavilion containing restroom facilities. Veterans Memorial Park Phone: Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department, 638-3143 Location: 805 Forest St. Greeneville, TN 37743 Summary: A 5-acre park with monuments and dedications to Greeneville and Greene County veterans killed in action, prisoners of war and those missing in action, all community service members, Gold Star Mothers and individual local service members with significant commendations. The park also has a pavilion and restroom facilities and a walking path. Billy Myers Memorial Park Phone: Mosheim Town Hall at 422-4051

Location: Mosheim Town Park is near Mosheim Elementary and Middle School, off Main St. in Mosheim. Summary: This park has four tennis courts, a basketball court inside a quarter-mile track , and a picnic area. EastView Recreation Center Phone: Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department, 638-3143 Location: 456 E. Bernard Ave. At the Bernard Avenue and Tusculum Boulevard intersection in front of EastView Elementary School, entering from Bernard Ave. Summary: The EastView Recreation Center houses the Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department’s offices, two gymnasiums, meeting rooms and the Splash Pad. Two baseball fields and concession stands are located at the rear of EastView Elementary School.`

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Lakes, Rivers, Streams Offer Options For Anglers There are many places to fish in this region, from Tennessee Valley Authority lakes to area rivers and streams. Among the most notable nearby lakes are Douglas Lake in Cocke and Jefferson counties, Cherokee Lake in Hamblen and Jefferson counties 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 close by 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. However, if 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. Among them, 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 or free-fishing week. More details about licenses, exceptions and other laws and regulations are listed in the handbook provided by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. Anglers are encouraged to get the guide, available at locations throughout the state, on the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency website and via the TWRA “On the Go App.” Fishing licenses go on sale Feb. 18 and do not expire until the last day of February the following year. Most licenses, except Lifetime Sportsman License and specialty licenses, such as Wheelchair, Disabled Veteran, Supplemental Security Income, and Blind Fishing licenses, may be purchased from court clerks, sporting good stores, hardware stores, boat docks, online, and at all TWRA regional offices or www. tnwildlife.org. The phone number for TWRA is 1-800-332-0900, or 423-587-7037 for the Morristown office.

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(TWRA lakes) Only rods and reels, poles, hand-held lines and jigs 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 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.


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Clubs & Organizations Guide The Cancer Survivor Luncheon Is On September 10th. Call (423) 498-6118 To RSVP. The Fall Hope Fest Supporting Relay For Life Is On O tober 15th At The Greene County Fairgrounds.

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Boys & Girls Clubs providing a Great Future for the Communities Youth he Boys & Girls Club of Greeneville & Greene County is located at 740 West Church Street, and provides after-school and summer programs for ages 5-18 years old. The Boys & Girls Club is a youth development organization dedicated to promoting the Health, Social, Educational, Vocational and Character Development of local boys & girls throughout Greeneville & Greene County. They strive to help young people improve their lives by building self-esteem and developing values and skills during the critical early years of their life. The organization offers a safe, stable place that ensures physical and emotional safety while allowing working families the opportunity to place their children in a positive environment that provides hope and opportunity to the youth they serve. Its educational and character programs highlight selfesteem, courage and positive values. Youth receive daily tutoring, computer training, sports education, homework assistance and mentoring. Many events, activities and field trips are also part of the organization’s programming, and it partners with a variety of community agencies and organizations that offer and provide services and opportunities. The school-year Boys & Girls Club membership rate is $25 and $175 is the fee for the entire summer, that includes 3 meals a day. Free programming and scholarship opportunities are available. Over the past year, many local children have participated with the local club’s programs, with more than 500 registered as Club members. The organization reaches out to the community in many ways including youth sports clinics and a traveling tackle football league and cheerleading. They reach out to local schools each

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Enjoying the Read Across America Program year with Read Across America activities, hold a youth summit at the NPAC and host many other free community events The club served more than 30,000 meals and snacks in 2021. In addition to its staff of roughly 25, the club has many board members and program volunteers that help support their many programs and activities. The Boys & Girls Club partners with many organizations including both the Greeneville City and Greene County school systems, the Big Spring Masters Gardeners Association, the Greene County Health Department, Greeneville Police Department, Greeneville Fire Department, the Greeneville Parks & Recreation Department and Tusculum University. The Boys & Girls Club also holds a free on-site dental program each summer to check for cavities and apply sealants and has programs that focus on alcohol and drug abuse-related issues, personal safety, and environmental education. Club members are treated to field trips in the summer and do college and business tours throughout the year to help prepare the members for a college education of possible career path to take once they graduate high school. They also typically do trips to the swimming pool at Hardin Park and to the movie theater.

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YMCA Is Community’s Home For Healthy Living reene County YMCA is a nonprofit organization that serves the community’s youth, adults and families through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. With nearly 4,700 members are currently involved with the YMCA after decreasing to 3,500 as a result of COVID-19. With membership numbers now increasing each month, the current 55,000 squarefoot facility allows people of all ages and backgrounds to engage in multiple activities and programs in a safe, friendly environment. Greene County 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, racquetball

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FUTURE FROM PAGE 127 The Club is funded by three special events - the Bob Kesling Celebrity Golf Classic, Champions Dinner, and Celebrity Auction. The also receive funding from both Greeneville and Greene County Governments, United Way, state, local and federal grants, individuals, civic clubs, churches, businesses and individuals. These funding sources help the organization to keep their fees very affordable for the youth they serve. The organization has award winning programs and a strong board of directors. In the past year, Rebecca Tipton was awarded the Tennessee Boys & Girls Club Board Member of the Year, and Ted Bryant and Daniel Johnson were both enshrined in the Tennessee Boys & Girls Clubs Hall of Fame. Carla Bewley and Eddie Yokley serve as state wide board members for the Tennessee Alliance and Boys & Girls Clubs in Tennessee. Scott Bullington is the Executive Director, Jessica Poore is the Resource Development Director, Phelan Story is the Teen Coordinator. The board president is Chuck Bowlin. For more information, call 787-9322 or 787-9334 or visit www.ggcbgc. org. The Boys & Girls Club is also on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

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Many Options Exist For Sports And Physical Activities national circuit. 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 NASCAR Night Race. 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 SUN FILE PHOTO the form of the NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals. Johnson City Doughboys’ Scott Combs (36) scores before Greeneville catcher Nitro-burning Top Fuel Dragsters and Canyon Brown can apply the tag during Monday’s game. Funny Cars blister the quarter-mile at speeds exceeding 320 mph, while Pro Super Late Model, Crate Late Model and A wide variety of sports are available Stock cars provide some of the closest locally to athletes and spectators alike. Hobby Stock are among race classes at the racing in all motor sports. In addition to speedway. Overnight camping is available. the NHRA’s visit, a year-long calendar of For more information, call 423-235ATV/MOTOCROSS RACING events keeps the Dragway busy. 5020. I-81 Motorsports Park Bristol Dragway holds numerous events Website: www.volunteerspeedway.com I-81 Motorsports Park, sponsored throughout the summer. Bristol Motor Speedway by Victory Sports, is a park for ATV, From March through October, the NASCAR fans’ need for speed is fueled motocross and trail riding at 3507 dragway hosts bracket racing, which sees a at the nearby “World’s Fastest Half-Mile.” W. Pines Road. It is open Monday, large number of area racers competing for Greene County is located about an Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, more than $100,000 in cash and awards. hour away from NASCAR’s most popular 9 a.m. to dusk. Permanent restrooms track, Bristol Motor Speedway. Located on BASEBALL with showers and overnight camping are Highway U.S. 11E in Bristol, the historic available. Greeneville Flyboys Website: www.I81motorsportspark.com venue can be claimed by this region’s race The Greeneville Flyboys are a high-level Phone: 423-732-0304 fans as their home track. MLB Sanctioned summer collegiate wood Email: i81@earthlink.net Each spring and late summer, race fans bat league. make their way to the legendary highThe Flyboys are part of the new banked track. AUTO RACING Appalachian League which is part of With attendance figures that can top Volunteer Speedway the new PDP or Prospect Development 150,000, Bristol Motor Speedway plays Volunteer Speedway in Bulls Gap hosts Pipeline of MLB. host to some of the largest crowds in stock car races. The 0.4-mile, highPreviously, the Flyboys were the banked, oval dirt track is located near the professional racing. Greeneville Reds, affiliated with the The Night Race in August is one of intersection of U.S. 11E and Interstate 81 Cincinnati Reds. Prior to 2018, they at Exit 23 at 14095 West Andrew Johnson the most popular weeks SEE SPORTS PAGE 131 Highway, Bulls Gap, TN 37711. of racing on NASCAR’s


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Unaka Ranger District. All other campsites are on a first-come, first-serve basis. Most campgrounds will accommodate tents, trailers and RVs but do not include shower facilities, dump stations or electrical hookups. Unless otherwise noted, all areas have restrooms, and in some areas, drinking water is also available. The camping seasons vary, but generally range from mid-May to November. Trails are open year-round, unless marked otherwise; some trails are designed only for hiking, while others are designed for more than one type of use such as hiking, horses or bicycling. For adventure-seekers, dispersed camping is allowed outside of developed recreation areas in the general forest area. There is a 14-day stay limit in all areas. The following is a list of U.S. Forest Service developed recreation areas in the Unaka Ranger District. Opening and closing dates depend on weather and other factors. Dates listed are estimated. For specific dates contact the Unaka Ranger District office in Greeneville at 638-4109 or visit www.fs.fed.us.

HORSE CREEK The recreation area is open mid-May to October. Horse Creek Recreation Area is at the base of Cold Spring Mountain off State Rt. 107 and provides camping, picnicking, hiking and trout fishing. There is a limit of two trout. The temperature in this area is SUN FILE PHOTO generally cooler than in Greeneville. Horse Waterfall in Cherokee National Forest Creek has 30 picnic sites, 12 campsites supplied with facilities including drinking life, wilderness and the opportunity to THE CHEROKEE NATIONAL FOREST water, flush toilets, showers, a picnic appreciate natural beauty are conserved Contact: 1-877-444-6777 shelter, tables and grills. The camping fee and protected. Website: www.fs.usda.gov/cherokee; is $10 per night; there is no charge for There are a number of recreation areas www.recreation.gov for reservations day-use. only a short drive away. In some cases, The Cherokee National Forest, stretching From Greeneville take Tennessee Rt. covered pavilions are available for large across southeastern Greene County to the 107 (Erwin Highway) east 6 miles to gatherings. Pavilion reservations can be North Carolina state line, provides many Horse Creek Park Road and turn right. It nature-oriented recreational opportunities. made online (www.recreation.gov) or by is approximately 2 miles to the recreation phone (1-877-444-6777). The forest covers roughly 656,000 acres area. Visitors can find white-water boating in 10 East Tennessee counties — over and boat-launching sites at some nearby 42,000 acres of the forest are in Greene HOUSTON VALLEY rivers and streams. Visitors can make County. Houston Valley is usually open mid-May reservations for Rock Creek Campground The U.S. Forest Service’s Unaka Ranger to October. in Unicoi County online or by phone. District is located in the northern portion Located at the eastern foot of Meadow Reservations are not available for any other of the Cherokee National Forest. In this U.S. Forest Service campground in the Creek Mountain at Gum Springs, the district, wildlife habitat, abundant plant-

Houston Valley Recreation Area has eight campsites, three group picnic units, one pavilion and a grassed volleyball court for campers. Facilities include a picnic shelter, flush toilets, picnic tables and grills. There is no potable water at this site. There is a $7 per night camping fee and a $30 fee to reserve the pavilion. For hikers, the “Gum Springs Trail” leads 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 8 miles. Look for the campground on the left, just before Burnett Gap.

OLD FORGE Old Forge campground is open May to mid-December. This small campground located along the banks of Jennings Creek offers a primitive tent camping experience. Ten large walk-in tent sites are screened by native vegetation. In the early 1900s, this area was the site of an iron forge. Iron ore was smelted and made into materials for the railroad operation that harvested timber in the area. Facilities at Old Forge include picnic tables, grills, vault toilets and a group gathering site with a fire ring and benches. There is no potable water available at the site. The fee for camping is $7 per night. Although there are horse trails in the area, horses are not permitted in the campground or on the nearby Appalachian Trail. Popular activities in the area include camping, swimming, hiking and horseback riding. The Appalachian National Scenic Trail is accessible from nearby trails. From Greeneville, take TN 107 East (off US Highway 11E) for 6 miles and then follow signs to Horse Creek Recreation Area (approximately 2 miles). From Horse Creek, turn right onto Forest Road No. 331 for 3 miles. The road dead-ends at the campground.

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BOWLING Olympia Lanes Newly renovated Olympia Lanes, at 110 Mason St., in Greeneville, has 12 bowling lanes and features a full-line pro shop, and a family arcade. Birthday celebrations and other parties are scheduled on request. Numerous leagues are available for bowlers of all ages throughout the year. Call for times and lane availability at 525-5296, or check the company’s Facebook page.

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The Grass Cutters League is for youngsters ages 5 to 7 years, the Pee Wee is for ages 7 to 10, and the Midget League are for those of 10 to 13 years. 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. The YMCA sponsors co-ed youth flag football leagues for kindergarten through eighth grade during the summer.

GOLF FOOTBALL

Several golf courses in a wide range of There are football programs at the five sizes are available to golfers, from duffers high schools as well as elementary and to pros, around Greene County. Individual middle schools. Tusculum University is stroke play and four-man best-ball are just Greene County’s college football team. some of the tournaments that are available In addition, a football league is provided at nearly every course in the county. There SUN FILE PHOTO for youth through Greene County’s Youth are four 18-hole public courses, a 27-hole Tennessee Long Drive Shootout newcomer Mitch Grassing had the long drive of the Football Association and the Boys & Girls public course and a members-only 18-hole Club Football League. day with a 413 yard blast at Graysburg Hills. country club course. The association is supported by Graysburg Hills Golf Club, which offers fundraisers and donations. were the Greeneville Astros in 2017 as The Greeneville Parks and Recreation 27 holes is located at 910 Graysburg Hills Three leagues exist within the Youth Greeneville’s entry in the minor league, Department offers various leagues in which SEE SPORTS PAGE 132 Football Association and begin before Aug. 1. which has been a starting point for many young baseball players can learn the game Major League Baseball players, including and improve their skills: Pee Wee League, the Houston Astros’ Jose Altuve, Jordan Minor League, Farm League, Little League, Lyles and J.D. Martinez. Junior Little League and Senior League. 9 other teams in the new league include: Greene County also has traveling teams Johnson City, Kingsport, Bristol and that are not sponsored by the recreation Elizabethton in Tennessee; Burlington in department. For more information North Carolina; Bluefield and Princeton regarding these programs, contact the in West Virginia; and Danville and Pulaski parks department at 638-3143 or 638-3144. in Virginia. All teams from the previous Rookie League are participants in the new Dr. Sam Lawson ( , Dr. Kate Contel ( , Dr. Suzanne Shem ( , Dr Diane BASKETBALL Coffey ( , Caitlin Gregg OC, Eli Gass MS-AT, Lucas McCullough A PDP league. There is a strong tradition of competition Pioneer Park, a 2,500-seat, state-ofamong basketball teams at all age levels How Can a Physical the-art baseball stadium on the campus throughout this community. High school Therapist Help? What is Physical Therapy? of Tusculum University, is home to the teams regularly earn spots in the state Flyboys. Physical Therapists examine, evaluate, and treat mproving Mobility & Motion tournament and have brought back individuals of all ages who have conditions such as the The Appalachian League season runs roviding a Conservative state championship trophies on several following: annually from the first week of June to occasions. the first week of August. The new dates ack, Neck & Shoulder ny Joint or Muscle Pain Option to Surgery The Greeneville Parks and Recreation Pain and Therapy coincide with the players returning to their anaging Effectively ertigo STYM ost Surgical Repairs respective schools for the new school year. Department sponsors teams for all ages. steoporosis otal Joint Replacement These games are played at the EastView Without Long-Term Kat Foster is the Flyboys’ General ports Medicine ymphedema Therapy Recreation Center. Manager. Use of Medication ther Conditions (('% + ) ork Injury Youth and adult ages, both male and Phone: 423-609-7400. ork Conditioning an Individual’s Mobility female, basketball leagues are an option Email: kfoster@flyboysbaseball.com 517 N Main St Ste B, Greeneville,TN 37745 Website: www.flyboysbaseball.com at the YMCA. Games are played in the 423.638.1111 www.Benchmarkpt.com YMCA gym. Parks & Recreation Department


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Kinser Park, located at 710 Kinser Park Lane in Greeneville, has an 18-hole miniature golf course located near the campground. Hours of operation typically run 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Call 639-5912 for more information. Website: www.visitgreenevilletn.com/accommodations/ kinser-park Pioneer Mini Golf, located at 45 E. Andrew Johnson Highway, Tusculum, has an 18-hole miniature golf course. Hours of operation are from 2-10 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday.

RACQUETBALL The YMCA, located at 404 Y St., off East Church Street in Greeneville, has racquetball courts available for members. Reservations are recommended. Phone: 6396107.

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YMCA Soccer programs for young children to adults are offered through the YMCA. Contact the Y for more information. The Terry Bellamy Soccer Park is located on Bernard Avenue and is named for Terry Bellamy, retired executive director of the YMCA. The main entrance is on Crum Street. Greeneville Galaxy The Greeneville Galaxy Soccer Association is a youth soccer club with three full-sized regulation fields at their 814 Baileyton Road complex, one of which is lit for evening games. The club has eight teams, including two recent state champion teams. For more information, see www.greenevillegalaxy.com.

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For a family-oriented setting tucked away in a mountain cove, try Paint Creek Campground, located along the banks of Paint Creek. There are 20 campsites available on a first-come, first-served basis. Drinking water is available through October. The facility offers vault toilets, tables and fire rings. Camping is $10 per night for single spaces. Most of the widely spaced campsites have stream-side views and are well screened with native vegetation. Trout are stocked in Paint Creek seasonally. Outside the campground in the Paint Creek Corridor there are picnic sites, restrooms, swimming, hiking, biking and plenty of fishing. Paint Creek can be reached from Asheville Highway (the turnoff is about 12 miles south of the intersections of the Asheville Highway and West Main Street), or from Houston Valley Road. Follow the signs.

Round Knob is not a campground, but a day-use picnic site. It contain two picnic sites as well as a shelter with two familysized picnic tables, a much larger table and a large fireplace with firewood. To reach Round Knob, take Tennessee Rt. 350S (Jones Bridge Road) from Greeneville south about 6 miles to a fourway 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 Forest Service Road 88 and go 5 miles.

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Round Mountain is open May to early November. This campground is located near the top of Round Mountain in Cocke County. Situated at 3,100 feet, it is one of the highest-elevation campgrounds in the ROCK CREEK Rock Creek recreation area is open May Cherokee National Forest. The altitude, to November. dense vegetation of rhododendrons and Rock Creek Recreation Area is named hardwoods, and a small mountain stream for the creek that runs alongside this make the site noticeably cooler during the developed recreation site. Rock Creek is hot summer months. a welcome respite from the summer heat There are 14 campsites ($7 camping fee as it sits in the valley and is cooled by air per night) with picnic tables and grills flowing down from Unaka Mountain and along with a vault toilet at the facility. This protected from the hot sun by large trees. is a remote, primitive campground. No Situated among tall oaks, maples, hemlocks water is provided. Visitors may fish in the and rhododendron, these sites give the feel of deep woods privacy while offering nearby creek or hike trails that intersect the electric hookups, RV sites, double sites, Appalachian Trail. The area is noted for its walk-in tent sites and multiple bathhouses. scenery, particularly in the fall. A creek-fed swimming hole, a rugged To reach Round Mountain, take State Rt. hiking trail into Unaka Mountain 70 (Asheville Highway) from Greeneville. Wilderness, an easy bicycle trail and short Turn right on State Rt. 107 and go about nature trails and fishing are among the 19 miles until the paved road becomes activities available. a gravel road. The gravel road will go up Facilities at Rock Creek include 27 fully Round Mountain for almost 6 miles. There accessible camping sites and five double will be a sign and a paved entrance to the camping sites; picnic sites ($2 fee), a playground, bathhouses, flush and vault campground. toilets, showers, drinking water, electric hookups in some campsites and a dump FOR MORE INFORMATION station. Call the U.S. Forest Service at 423-638For details regarding camping fees, call 4109, or visit the office at 4900 Asheville 638-4109, or use the contact information Highway, 5 miles south of the State Route mentioned in the above article. 70 and U.S. 321 intersection. From Greeneville, take Interstate 26 to For more information about these areas exit 34 to Main Street (TN 107) in Erwin, and others within the Cherokee National take a left on TN 395 East for 3.5 miles to Rock Creek Recreation Area. Forest visit www.fs.fed.us.

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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, multiuse (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’s Unaka Ranger District Office at 4900 Asheville Highway, 5 miles south of the intersection of Tennessee Highway 70S and U.S. Highway 321.

Also available from the district ranger’s office is the National Geographic Trails Map of the French Broad and Nolichucky rivers region in the Cherokee National Forest. 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. Additional maps and written directions to most trails can be obtained at the office. A variety of maps and other resources to plan recreational outings can be found at fs.usda.gov/activity/cherokee/ recreation/hiking.

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

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SPORTS FROM PAGE 132 SOFTBALL Sponsored by the Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department, adult teams compete against one another in men’s, women’s and co-ed leagues. Games are played on weekday evenings and Saturdays at Hardin Park. Legion Field County leagues are also available at the various community ballfields.

SWIMMING Public swimming pools are open to area residents at Hardin Park and Kinser Park in southern Greene County and at David Crockett Birthplace State Park near Limestone. Private swimming pools are located at Link Hills Country Club, at the Moose Lodge and at the YMCA for the benefit of their members. Many local campgrounds also have swimming pools.

T-BALL The YMCA offers T-Ball to area youngsters 4 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 Chuckey-Doak high schools, as well as Mosheim Elementary School, have tennis courts that are open to the public. The Greeneville-Greene County Tennis Center is located on Hal Henard Road.

For more information regarding the tennis center, 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 The Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department offers league play in volleyball for men and women and co-ed teams.

WALKING, JOGGING A 1-mile paved walking trail at Greenville Community Hospital East, 1420 Tusculum Blvd., is open to the public every day and closes at dark. Tracks are also available for public use at Hardin Park, West Greene High School, Greeneville Middle School, Greene County 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. The Creation Health Nature Trail was opened by Greenville Community Hospital West in May 2014. It’s a 1.2-mile, moderate hike in an all wooded area. The trail is maintained and offers eight stops with benches. Each stop represents a letter of CREATION (Choice, Rest, Environment, Activity, Trust, Interpersonal Relationships, Outlook, Nutrition). It has two entrances: One entrance is behind the hospital, and the other entrance is in Veterans Memorial Park, located on Forest Street.

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bridges and the necessity to ford the creeks by foot. Walnut Mountain Trail (#135): The trail begins at Round Mountain Campground, where parking is Waterville exit, off of I-40 in Cocke County, and follows provided. The 1.8-mile, 2-3-hour-long trail ends at its the Tennessee/North Carolina state line. There are junction with the Appalachian Trail. approximately 24 miles of Appalachian Trail in Greene Squibb Creek Trail (#23): This 1.95-mile, 2-3-hourCounty. long trail begins at a small foot bridge off the off-roadThe I-40 to Flint Gap section of the trail is about 66 vehicle trail and ends at a 15-foot waterfall. This is a miles, and hikers can see great views from: Snowbird Wilderness Trail which means the trail is maintained at a Mountain, Max Patch, Lovers Leap, Camp Creek Bald lower standard. Look closely for the blue blazes. Firetower, Blackstack Cliffs, Little Firescald Ridge and Little Paint Creek Trail (#11): The trail begins at Cold Spring Mountain. a parking area on Forest Service Road 31-B. From Non-potable (not for drinking) water is available from several streams, including springs at nearby shelters. Water Greeneville take Asheville Highway south for 11.21 miles then follow signs to Paint Creek Recreation Area. The left should be boiled, treated or filtered before use. fork in that road is 31-B. This 3.03 mile, 4-5-hour-long Access is available from either Round Knob, Horse trail terminates at the Appalachian Trail at Deep Gap. It is Creek, Asheville Highway at Allen Gap, Forest Service located on an old logging railroad bed. Look for signs of Road 31 at Hurricane Gap, Camp Creek Bald and Devil’s railcar wheels and railroad ties. Fork Gap (from Flag Pond). Stone Mountain Trail (#9): Beginning at the cemetery For more information, contact the Appalachian Trail on Hall Top, this is a 6.02-mile, 5-6-hour hike. Parking is Conservancy at 828-254-3708. available at the forest service gate along Mill Creek, 1.02 Each of the following trails has a number. The map, miles from I-40 at Hartford in Cocke County and at the available at the U.S. Forest Service Office, will refer to the cemetery. The lower portion of this trail is now open to trail by the number rather than trail name. horses. Gum Springs Trail (#5): Beginning at Highway 107 OTHER HIKING TRAILS across from the Houston Area Recreational Center, this is EASIEST a 1.33-mile, 2-3-hour-long hike. Trail follows a stream and Pete’s Branch Trail (#12): This trail is 1.56 miles, 1-2 provides access to the Meadow Creek Mountain Trail. hours long. Parking is available at the Horse Creek Picnic Paint Mountain Trail (#7): This 9.48-mile, 7-8-hourArea. To shorten the hike, a four-wheel drive vehicle can long trail begins at the trailhead parking on Forest drive FDR 94 just past the first creek crossing. Park your Designated Road 209C, one mile beyond Buffalo Rock vehicle in the parking area and hike the 0.56 miles to the and Lone Pine Gap out Houston Valley Road. The trail 45-foot Pete’s Branch Waterfall. provides several opportunities to vary length. Horses Scarlet Oak Trail (#181): This trail is a 0.2-mile, are only allowed on the trail from Chimney Rocks Trail 30-minute-long loop opposite the Horse Creek intersection to Lone Pine Gap. 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 DIFFICULT Middle Springs Ridge Trail (#4): This difficult at Horse Creek Picnic Area. Wilderness Trail is 1.94 miles long and takes 2-3 hours Sill Branch North (#115): This trail is 0.5-mile, and 30 to walk. The trail starts at the left of the 0.73 milepost of to 45 minutes long. To reach the trail, take 11E North to TN Highway 107 and travel east 13.8 miles to Clark Creek Squibb Creek Trail. It joins with Turkeypen Cove Trail. Road and turn right. Then travel 3.2 miles to the trailhead Wilderness trails are maintained at a lower standard. Look on the left. The hike ends at a waterfall. closely for the blue blazes. Turkeypen Cove (#15): Starting at Mile Post 0.67 on MODERATE the Squibb Creek Trail and eventually merging with the Margarette Falls (#189): Off Shelton Mission Road, Middle Spring Ridge Trail, this 1.98-mile Wilderness Trail this 1.2-mile, 1- to-2-hour, one-way trail ends at a 50-foot is 2-3 hours long, and the last section is steep. Large rocks waterfall that is a sight to behold. It is a relatively short at the left of the trail near Mile Post 1.5 provide a good trail, but quite rugged in spots with stream crossings that view of Greeneville and the Nolichucky River Valley. This can be challenging during high water. Parking is available trail is located in Sampson Mountain Wilderness and at the bottom of the trail. is maintained at a lower standard. Look closely for blue Paint Creek Trail (#10): This is a 2.72 mile, 3-4-hourblazes. long hike. Trail begins beside the bridge crossing Paint Sarvis Cove Trail (#14): This 2.45-mile, 3-4-hour Creek before the entrance to the campground. Because trail starts just above Horse Creek Recreation area at of heavy rains in past years, this trail is only partially accessible, and more difficult than before due to missing SEE TRAILS PAGE 136

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the milepost 0.80 on Poplar Cove Trail and goes to the Appalachian Trail at Cold Spring Mountain. Davis Creek Trail (#19): Beginning at Round Knob Recreation Area, this 2.8-mile, 3-4-hour-long trail has several stream crossings and is partly damaged from flooding. It ends at Shelton Mission Road.

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MODERATE Little Jennings Creek Trail (#195): This trail begins at Jennings Creek Trail at milepost 0.10 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 0.80 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, 2-3-hour-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. Chimney Rocks Trail (#154): This 2.4-mile trail, which takes 4-5 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).

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TRAILS FROM PAGE 136 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 Roads 207 and 403. County Road 2576 Area: Bikes are allowed on Forest Service Road 404 and Meadow Creek Mountain Trail 6. Portions of Trail #6 can be steep. Round Mountain Area: Numerous trails in the Round Mountain area are open to mountain bikes. These include Forest Service Roads 96, 3242 and Round Mountain Road. Weaver’s Bend Area: Weaver’s Bend Road, Chimney Rocks Trail and Paint Mountain Trail are open to mountain biking. Weaver’s Bend can be reached from Houston Valley Road (Tenn. 107). Houston Valley Area: Brush Creek Road offers 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 four-wheel drive road. Round Knob Area: Bicyclists are allowed on Round Knob Road, Little Jennings Creek Road, Round Knob four-wheel drive trail and Jennings Creek Trail.

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Gum Springs Connector (#5A): This 1-mile trail, starting at Burnett Gap, has a parking lot accommodating horses. It connects to Gum Springs Trail, which eventually connects to Meadow Creek Mountain Trail. Buffalo Mountain ATV-Motorcycle Trail: This moderately difficult to difficult 12.8-mile trail begins at Horse Cove Gap and ends at Organ Gap on southern Buffalo Mountain. Trail provides an enjoyable ride with scenic views of Unaka Mountain, surrounding mountains and the “Valley Beautiful” of Unicoi County. Trailhead is located at Horse Cove Gap.

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AGRICULTURE IN GREENE COUNTY

Greene County Fair Highlights Local Agriculture And Family Entertainment The Greene County Fair is typically held for six days and nights, Monday through Saturday in late July or early August each year. The event brings entertainment, carnival rides, games, food, exhibits, commercial vendors and more to the community. The Fair’s mission is focused on the promotion of agriculture in Greene County while providing an educational, entertaining, and family-friendly environment. In 2022, the fair will celebrate its 72nd year. In 2021, attendance was approximately 32,500 people. It is the largest single social event for Greene County each year. Located off Fairgrounds Road, the Greene County Fair’s foundation is 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 by a group of people who

had returned from World War II and were seeking to get more involved in community activities. Currently, Rick Clark serves as the president of the fair’s board of directors. The county fair emphasizes agriculture and features livestock shows for dairy, beef, sheep, goats, and poultry throughout the week. The Heritage Building showcases the talents of local area craftsmen and artisans who demonstrate their pioneer-era skills including knitting, weaving, wood carving, wool spinning, quilting, pottery, basket weaving and canning. In addition to promoting agriculture in the community, the fair also provides various kinds of entertainment including name entertainers. In years past, artists such as Kenny Chesney, Tracy Lawrence, Ken Mellons, Marty Stuart and Josh Turner have performed for fairgoers. Other popular annual acts include gospel and bluegrass groups as well as local talents and competitions.

Ag Research Center Serves As Official Weather Observance Site

shifted primarily to beef production. It also conducts research in forage variety. The center is located about 5 miles south of Greeneville at 2255 E. 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 The University of Tennessee AgResearch precipitation serve as the official weather and Education Center at Greeneville has been observations for the National Weather one of the state’s leading agricultural research Service in Greene County. facilities since its establishment in 1932. Daily weather observations include The facility has led in the research and high and low temperature, 24-hour wind development of disease-resistant burley movement, evaporation, amount of tobacco varieties and improved production precipitation and the tracking of air and soil practices. Other research at the center has conditions. Daily precipitation is recorded contributed to field-crop variety testing, beef from 8 a.m. to 8 a.m. the next morning. cattle production and vegetable/specialty The center is one of 10 research and crops production. education centers across the state that In recent years, the center’s focus has are part of the University of Tennessee

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Musical entertainment for every taste at the Greene County Fair. For motor sports enthusiasts, demolition derbies and truck and tractor pulls are held in the Jim Saulsbury Motorsports Arena each year. Fairgoers also enjoy beauty pageants, baby shows, wrestling, and a kids’ zone featuring inflatables and other games. The Expo Building is where Greene Countians display their talents and compete for premiums in categories like sewing, needlework, canning, photography, fine arts, crafts and baked goods. Local growers enter exhibits in areas such as field crops, vegetables and flowers. 4-H and Future Farmers of America exhibits are also integral to the fair as students show off their skills to the public. Local

beekeepers have honey exhibits on display, and wood carving and basket weaving demonstrations occur nightly in the building. Numerous commercial vendors set up at the fair each year to display their businesses to the community and a variety of food is available at commercial and church-operated concession stands during the week. The fair offers a time for family fun, fellowship, education and entertainment for all ages to enjoy. For more information, visit the fair website at www.greenecountyfair.com or contact the office at 638-2521.

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 SHIFT FROM TOBACCO DEVELOPMENT focused on developing resistance to black The development of burley tobacco shank and blue mold. varieties at the Greene County center Contributions also have been made in historically increased family farm incomes fertility, chemical and non-chemical plant in the United States through resistance to tobacco plant diseases and improved tobacco pest control, conservation tillage, growth yield. regulators and topping practices. For example, Burley 21, developed at The center’s research has also led to the center and released to growers in 1960, improvements in other agricultural was the first to have resistance to wildfire, enterprises such as beef cattle production, while TN 86, released in 1986, was the first hay, silage and pastures. More recent studies commercially available variety with resistance in beef cattle have focused on developing to tobacco vein mottling and tobacco etch synchronization protocols for breeding viruses. replacement heifers. About 80 percent of all commercial For more information, call 423-638-6532 varieties in the world have breeding material in their parentage that was developed in or see northeast.tennessee.edu. AgResearch system. The center is a working production laboratory for scientists and students and also provides educational tours and meetings for the public.


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Many Options For Day-Care Around Greene County Many establishments in Greeneville and Greene County are licensed to care for five or more children.

DAYCARE AND PRESCHOOL All About Kids 6 weeks to 5 years 525-4951 1421 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 6:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Rochelle Faul, owner Asbury Child Enrichment Center 6 weeks to 5 years 798-1060 205 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Chassidy Inscore, Director asburylife.org/welcome-1 The Children’s Center 6 weeks to 5 years 638-5589 119 Fairgrounds Circle Greeneville, TN 37745 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. https://www.holstonhome.org/ early-childhood-ministries/

Noah’s Ark Preschool and Childcare Center 6 weeks to 6 years 638-2329 1505 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 6 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Barbara Ziliox, director www.greenevillefcog.org/daycare Small Miracles 1-5 years 639-9930 2001 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. www.holstonhome.org Tender Heart Daycare 6 wks – 12 years 422-7344 310 W. Greene Drive Mosheim, TN 37818 5:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. The Learning Tree 6 weeks to 5 years 787-0014 150 Marshall Lane Greeneville, TN 37743 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Jeanine Medley, director

Family Ties Day Care 6 weeks to 5 years 638-2223 208 Majestic Circle Greeneville, TN 37743 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Amanda Hixson, director

Towering Oaks Christian Preschool Babies-5 years 639-0791 1985 Buckingham Road Greeneville, TN 37743 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Amy Pfaff-Biebel, school admin. https://www.tocsweb.com/

George Clem Head Start 3-4 years 787-0199 310 Floral Street Greeneville, TN 37743 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday www.uethda.org

Wooden Shoe Day Care Center 6 weeks to 14 years 639-7591 437 E. Bernard Ave. Greeneville, TN 37745 6:15 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Linda Butler, owner/director

Little Blessings 6 weeks to 12 years 422-1674 100 Emerald Road Mosheim, TN 37818 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Stephanie Strange, director

SCHOOL PROGRAMS Both the Greeneville and the Greene County school systems operate children’s programs that go beyond the school day. Their Extended School Programs provide students a place to stay

before and after school. Some programs include summer hours and also operate on days when school is not in session.

(Pre-K office) Elementary School (serving 1605 Chuckey Highway Mosheim Elementary and West Chuckey, TN 37641 Greene Middle School). Doak Elementary School Hours of operation for Doak and Age 4 years South Greene ESP are 5:30 a.m. 638-3197 GREENEVILLE SCHOOLS to 8:00 a.m. before school and 3 70 West St. The Greeneville School System to 6 p.m. after school. Hours for Greeneville, TN 37745 offers an Extended School Program Mosheim ESP are 6:00 a.m. until McDonald Elementary School (ESP) as an optional, after-school, 7:50 a.m. and 2:50 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Age 4 years Tennessee state licensed child care Typically, during summer 235-5406 (school), 787-0199 service offered for a daily fee to months, school year vacations, (Pre-K office) parents of Greeneville City School administrative days and snow days, 8120 McDonald Road students enrolled at EastView, Doak, Mosheim, and SGHS ESP Mohawk, TN 37810 Hal Henard and Tusculum View operates from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mosheim Elementary School elementary schools. The county’s Extended School Age 4 years ESP provides safe, quality Program is open to all children ages 422-4123 (school), 787-0848 childcare until 6 p.m. each day, 5 to 14 years old who attend county (Pre-K office) Monday through Friday, and a full- schools and are enrolled in the 297 W. School St. day program during the summer program. There are set fees for these Mosheim, TN 37818 and some holidays when school is programs. Nolachuckey Elementary School not in session. For more information, visit the Age 4 years Children can engage in school district website at Greene 639-7731(school), 639-6236 activities which benefit them County Schools (greenek12.org), (Pre-K office) emotionally, socially, physically, call Rebecca Thomas, director of 565 Nolachuckey Road and educationally. Activities for ESP for Greene County Schools, at Greeneville, TN 37743 the program are planned and 423-639-4194 ext. 1224 or email her 2705 Ottway Road supervised by trained staff and may at rebecca.thomas@gcstn.org. Greeneville, TN 37743 include crafts, sports and games, County and city school systems art and music, computer games, also offer pre-kindergarten GREENEVILLE CITY PRE-K career awareness activities, snacks, programs. Inquiries relating to Greene Technology Center field trips and many other activities. admissions and applications can 4 years In addition, time will be allotted be directed to preschool social 1121 Hal Henard Road each day for homework and tutorial workers; County: Chelsea Bailey Greeneville, TN 37743 assistance. The Extended School at 787-0848 or Jenny Waddell at 639-0171 Program is designed with families 639-6236; for City: Latasha Keller at EastView Elementary School in mind to supplement and support 638-1083 or Constance Ashcroft at 4 years the child’s experiences at home and 787-0848. 454 E. Bernard Ave. school. Greeneville, TN 37745 GREENE COUNTY PRE-K For more information contact 638-6351 (Runs 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.) program coordinator, Carrie Lamb, Hal Henard Elementary School Baileyton Elementary School at 823-0006 or visit Greeneville City 4 years Age 4 years Schools online at www.gcschools. 425 E. Vann Road 234-6411 (school), 639-6236 net. Greeneville, TN 37743 (Pre-K office) 638-3511 GREENE COUNTY SCHOOLS 6536 Horton Highway Tusculum View Elementary For the 2021-22 school year, Greeneville, TN 37745 School the Greene County School System Camp Creek Elementary School 4 years has Extended School Programs at Age 4 years 1725 Lafayette St. Doak Elementary School (serving 639-6239 (school), 639-6236 Greeneville, TN 37745 students from Doak, Chuckey, and (Pre-K office) 639-2751 2941 Camp Creek Road Chuckey Doak Middle School), Highland Elementary School Greeneville, TN 37743 South Greene High School (serving 4 years Chuckey Elementary School students from Camp Creek, 208 N. Highland Ave. Age 4 years Nolachuckey, & South Greene Greeneville, TN 37745 257-2108 (school), 787-0199 638-3341 Middle School), and Mosheim


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Several Media Outlets Serve Greeneville 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 Adams Publishing Group Inc. publishes The Greeneville Sun, Greene County’s hometown newspaper and website. The newspaper has served Greene County since 1879. The Greeneville Sun’s website offers all of the newspaper content to paid subscribers of the print edition, with some content provided free online to non-subscribers. The Sun has a market penetration rate of Greene County’s households (number of papers sold as a percentage of households) of 40 percent, Monday through Saturday/ Sunday, based on 2010 U.S. Census Bureau statistics. Greene County’s Accent markets to non-subscriber residents through its 10,000 weekly copies, offering “total market coverage” for advertisers seeking to reach a larger portion of local households. The newspaper is delivered to residents by carriers and is also available in more than 140 racks throughout the county. Delivery via US Mail is also available outside carrier areas. The most recent information estimates the Sun’s print readership per edition at approximately 30,000 people per week Monday through Saturday. Greene County’s Accent is estimated to reach another 20,000 people to provide maximum coverage of the market. Each month, about 500,000 pages are viewed on GreenevilleSun.com, the mostvisited local website in Greene County. More than 65,000 individuals (or “unique visitors”) come to the site monthly. Home delivery service or advertising information is available by calling 423-6384181, Monday through Friday, or by emailing info@GreenevilleSun.com.

GREENEVILLESUN.COM Visitors view about 6 million pages annually on the desktop and mobile versions of GreenevilleSun.com, according to reports from Google Analytics. GreenevilleSun.com features news, sports, obituaries and other information from The Greeneville Sun, as well as Greeneville Marketplace, advertising, videos, photo galleries and additional unique content, such as detailed breaking news during times of emergency and when major news occurs. GreenevilleSun.com has received first-

place news and advertising awards from the Tennessee Press Association, the Tennessee Press Associated Press and the Mid-Atlantic Newspaper Advertising and Marketing Executives. After registering on GreenevilleSun.com, six-day-per-week subscribers to the printed Greeneville Sun have unlimited access to all content on the website, including the e-Edition, which displays pages online exactly as they appear in the printed edition. Non-subscribers may view all ads and advertising sections, Associated Press news stories, Greene County’s Accent content, photos and videos on the website. To advertise on GreenevilleSun.com, or other national/regional websites, contact Online Operations Director Brian Cutshall at 423-359-3109 or email Brian.Cutshall@ GreenevilleSun.com. For other inquiries, email info@ greenevillesun.com.

HIGH ROAD AGENCY Established in 2013, the High Road Agency is a Kingsport-based form that specializes in digital marketing and advertising services throughout the region. Key services include social media and online reputation management, web and creative design, public relations, search engine optimization, geofencing, video production, email marketing, targeted online advertising and more. High Road Agency is part of APG East of Tennessee/North Carolina, the parent company of The Greeneville Sun. To learn more, see thehighroadagency. com, call 423-900-8424 or email letstalk@ thehighroadagency.com.

WGRV-AM WGRV, owned by Radio Greeneville Inc., is a 24-hour, 1,000-watt station that operates at 1340 on the AM dial. Playing traditional country music with an emphasis on local and other news and coverage of University of Tennessee football and UT Lady Vols basketball, the radio station also broadcasts local high school football and basketball games. The station may be reached at 638-4147.

WGRV-FM In 2018, Radio Greeneville launched a new FM frequency for broadcasting its WGRV station. Known on the FM dial as “Hometown Radio,” WGRV can be heard in stereo on FM at 99.5.

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Radio Greeneville offers daily local news, sports, and weather on the website Greeneville.com, which is separately owned. Radio Greeneville can be reached via phone at 638-4147.

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 is owned by Radio Greeneville and may be reached at 639-1831.

WSMG-AM At 1450 on the AM dial, WSMG operates at 1,000 watts. The station plays oldies from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s and also features local news coverage and sports programming. WSMG also carries Tusculum University football and basketball games, broadcasts on select NASCAR races and does other local sports broadcasts. The station, owned by Radio Greeneville Inc., may be reached at 638-3188 or wsmg@ greeneville.com

WSMG-FM In 2018, Radio Greeneville launched a new FM frequency for broadcasting its WSMG station. Known on the FM dial as “The Jewel of the Mountains,” WSMG can be heard in stereo on FM at 95.5.

TRUTH FM 91.1 Truth FM 91.1, owned by Calvary Chapel Greeneville, is a Christian FM station which broadcasts with 17,000 watts. The station primarily features teaching from that church and other ministries across the country, along with contemporary Christian music. For more information or to listen to the station online visit their website at www.truthfm.net, email info@truthfm.net, or call 552-2811.

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Many Properties Available To Renters Many rental apartments are available in Greeneville and Greene County. Listed below are 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 are other properties of two or more rental units with information not available for listing. There also are owners 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. That information can also be found at www. GreenevilleSun.com under “Classifieds.”

APARTMENTS Alameda Falls Townhomes 417 Fairgrounds Road Greeneville, TN 37745 423-552-4269 Ambassador Arms 300 Crestview Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 798-0164 Baileyton Terrace Apartments 7600 Horton Highway Greeneville, TN 37745 234-6614 Barton Greene Senior Living (55 years or older) 601 E. Barton Ridge Road Greeneville, TN 37745 588-5605 Blue Springs Village 2995 Blue Springs Parkway Greeneville, TN 37743 798-8880 Cedar Wood Apartments 2492 Buckingham Road Greeneville, TN 37745 638-6439 Century 21 Legacy 93 N. Rufe Tayor Road 639-6781 (o); 747-6833 (c) (E): info@423rentals.com (W): www.brianmcamis.com Cottage Apartments 503 Leonard St. Greeneville, Tn 37745 Contact: Jack Chudina 470-0953 Country Oaks Apartments 120 Hartshaw Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 639-6781

Courtyard Apartments 717 Forest St. Greeneville, TN 37743 639-1072 Craftin Place Apartments 620 Lovers Lane Greeneville, TN 37743 557-8069 Creek Side Apartments 614 E. McKee St. Greeneville, TN 37743 948-0846 Crestview Terrace Apartments 1600 Highway 70 Bypass Greeneville, TN 37743 639-7328 Fairfield Estates Townhouses 423 Fairgrounds Road Greeneville, TN 37745 823-2079 Gibson Apartments and Storage 6980 E. Andrew Johnson Highway Chuckey, TN 37641 257-2811 Greeneville Terrace Apartments 406 Elk St. Greeneville, TN 37745 639-5291 Heatherwood Estates 100 Heatherwood Loop No. 47 Greeneville, TN 37745 638-2614 Hidden Oaks Apartments 1108 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 639-3184 Indian Hills Apartments 48 Indian Hills Circle Greeneville, TN 37743 639-3866 Laura Ann Apartments Multiple locations Contact Marshall Weems 638-5391; 823-2266 Laurel Valley Apartments 7950 W. Andrew Johnson Highway Mosheim, TN 37818 Mt. Villa and Knollridge Apartments 929 Apple St. Greeneville, TN 37745 787-0112 Parrish Property 1009 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 798-0164 (day) (W): www.greenevillerentals.com

Parton’s Property Rentals Various locations 639-8538 Pine Ridge Apartments 100 W. Barton Ridge Road Greeneville, TN 37745 329-2083 Plaza Towers Apartments (62 years or older; or mobility impaired) 224 Thornwood Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 639-4044 Ravenwood II 1 E. Ocean Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 638-5148 Royals West Townhouses 7040 Blue Springs Pkwy Mosheim, TN 37818 552-5915 Round Table Office Complex Executive Apartments 1104 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 or 1119 Temple St. Greeneville, TN 37745 638-2275

Town House Apartments 459 E. Bernard Ave. Greeneville, TN 37745 638-6751 Tusculum View Apartments 262 South Rufe Taylor Road Greeneville, TN 37745 620-1788 Woodridge Apartments Woodridge Annex 1101 Light St. Greeneville, TN 37744 636-0238

SUBSIDIZED HOUSING Greeneville Terrace Apartments 406 Elk St. Greeneville, TN 37745 639-5291 Greeneville Landing Apartments (residents over 62 years, disabled, handicapped) 1100 Light St. Greeneville, TN 37743 638-8190

PUBLIC HOUSING Greeneville Housing Authority Public housing units are based on need. Availability is limited. For more information, call 638-3111.


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Many Real Estate Agents, Auction Companies Available 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. More information is available at 423-477-0040. The following are real estate firms in Greene County whose licensed brokers are Realtors: A Cut Above Real Estate & Auction Co. 1007 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 638-5878 (office); 552-1427 (cell) 638-5899 (fax) (E): acutaboverealestateandauction@comcast.net (W): www.acutaboverealestateandauction.com Accurate Realty Inc. 132 W. Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37743 787-0001 (office); 787-0770 (fax) (E): accuraterealtyinc@yahoo.com Action Real Estate 67 Mt. Pleasant Road Greeneville, TN 37743 638-2732 (office); 329-2732 (cell) 639-9244 (fax) (E): shannon.hinkle@comcast.net (W): www.actionrealestate.info Addington Agency 600 Tusculum Boulevard Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 845-5800 (Office) 470-3131 (Cell) (E): regiejones@gmail.com (W): www.regiejones.com Bryant Realty 445 Dixie Road Greeneville, TN 37743 639-6818

C.L.A.S.S.: Classic Land & Auction Service Specialists 140 W. Bernard Ave., Suite 1 Greeneville, TN 37743 639-0881 (E): eddieyokley@yahoo.com (W): www.classauction.us Carl Garber Realtors/Appraisals 149 Indian Hills Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 639-4151 Carter Real Estate & Auction Co. 444 E. Bernard Ave. Greeneville, TN 37745 639-7856 (office) (E): carterjandt@comcast.net Century 21 Legacy 93 N. Rufe Taylor Road Greeneville, TN 37745 639-6781 (office); 639-0851 (fax) (W): www.century21.com/real-estateoffice/profile/century-21legacy-10015328 GREAT: Greeneville Real Estate Auction Team 210 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 525-5341 (office); 525-5345 (fax) (W): www.greenevilleteam.com Greene County Land & Auction Co. 400 N. Irish St. Greeneville, TN 37745 639-5231 (office); 636-1331 (fax) (E): gcla@greenecountylandandauction.com (W): www.greenecountylandandauction.com

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Newton & Associates Real Estate 114 S. Irish St. Greeneville, TN 37743 639-1180 Parrish Property 1009 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 798-0164 (office) (W): www.greenevillerentals.com

Southern Pride Realty 1104 Tusculum Blvd., Suite 314 Greeneville, TN 37745 639-1200 (office) 1-877-275-7117 (toll free) 877-795-7511 (fax) (E): julie@southernpriderealty.com (E): teresa@southernpriderealty.com (W): www.southernpriderealty.com

Preferred Property of East TN 210 W. Church St. Greeneville, TN 37745 783-0051 (office); 525-4838 (Alt.) 783-0024 (fax) (E): prefpropetn@comcast.net (W): www.preferredpropertieseasttn.com

Tri County Real Estate 90 McIntosh Lane Bulls Gap, TN 37711 235-5550 (E): tcrenow@gmail.com (W): www.tcrenow.com

Guy Jones Agency 428 E. Bernard Ave., Suite 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 639-6541

Realty Executive East TN Realtors 1332 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 639-3465 (office); 639-3484 (fax) (E): vickiericker@realtyexecutives.com (W): www.realtyexecutives.com

Hometown Realty 514 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 639-2345 (office); 639-2387 (fax) (E): hometownofgreeneville@gmail.com (W): www.hometownofgreeneville.com

Southbound Real Estate 218 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37745 423-823-9082 (E) southboundtn@gmail.com (W) southboundtn.com

Wanda Gibson Real Estate 92 Sam Doak Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 787-7700 (W) www.wandamgibson.com (E) sfletcherhomes@gmail.com Warner Realty Co. 522 Justis Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 639-7653 (office) 639-2344 (fax) (E): wcwarner@yahoo.com (W): www.warnerrealtyco.com


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Several Airports Nearby Make Travel Accessible Several airports serve the region.

service dining; a food court; a bookstore; and a gift shop. From I-40 West, the airport is located off exit 386B (approximately 12 miles from the exit ramp) and is located in Alcoa, near Knoxville.

GREENEVILLE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT Location: 246 Airport Road, Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 423-823-9310 Website: www.greenevilletn.gov/apps/ pages/airport The Greeneville Municipal Airport (airport identifier: GCY) is a public airport owned by the Town of Greeneville offering private aircraft service and cargo shipping. In 2019, 58 aircraft were based at its field, with 52 being single-engine airplanes. Three multi-engine planes, 2 jet airplanes and one helicopter also operated from the airfield. There were an average of 103 flights daily, with 44% being local general aviation. Among the more active corporate users of the airport are Jost, Landair Transport, Forward Air Corporation, Parker, Walmart, SumiRiko Tennessee, Austin Powder Company, US Nitrogen, Angus Palm, Miller Industries and John Deere Power Products. The airport has 66 T-hangars. Greeneville Aviation Services is the airport’s fixed-base operator. Commercial airlines fly from these airports in the region:

TRI-CITIES REGIONAL AIRPORT TN/VA Location: 2525 Highway 75 Blountville, TN 37617 (Just off Interstate 81, exit 63) Phone: 423-325-6000 Website: www.triflight.com Tri-Cities Regional Airport TN/VA (TRI) is a full-service commercial airport serving Northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, Western North Carolina and Eastern Kentucky. The airport offers nonstop flights to

ASHEVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT Location: 61 Terminal Drive Fletcher, NC 28732 Phone: Authority Offices 828-684-2226; Guest Services 828-209-3660 Website: www.flyavl.com The Asheville (North Carolina) Regional Airport (AVL) is served by commercial air carriers Allegiant Air, American Airlines, SUN FILE PHOTO Delta Airlines and United Airlines. The Greeneville Municipal Airport is one of several in the region. The terminal building opens at 4:30 a.m. five hubs (Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas/Fort The airlines that serve the airport include and closes after the last flight of the day arrives. The airfield is open 24 hours a day. Worth, Orlando Sanford, and Tampa/ Allegiant Air, American Airlines, Delta St.Petersburg/Clearwater) on Allegiant Air, Airlines, Frontier Airlines and United AVL provides non-stop flights to 17 Delta Airlines and American Airlines. Airlines. locations, including hubs in Atlanta, TRI is centrally located between the In addition to passenger traffic, the Charlotte, Washington, D.C., Newark, cities of Bristol, Kingsport and Johnson airport is also home to two regional jet Chicago and Dallas/Fort Worth. City, 3 miles off Interstate 81 at Exit 63. maintenance facilities. The Asheville Regional Airport has an TRI has an 8,000-foot main runway and The Tennessee Air National Guard’s a 4,447-foot secondary runway. 134th Air Refueling Group operates out of 8,001-foot runway. It is located 15 miles south of downtown U.S. Customs and Border Protection Port McGhee Tyson Airport. No. 2027 and Foreign-Trade Zone No. 204 McGhee Tyson Airport offers long-term, Asheville, North Carolina, at exit 40 off are onsite to facilitate cargo transportation short-term and economy parking; fullInterstate 26. and allow area businesses to import and export in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

MCGHEE TYSON AIRPORT Location: 2055 Alcoa Highway Alcoa, TN 37701 Phone: 865-342-3000 Website: www.flyknoxville.com McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS) in Knoxville offers passengers non-stop access to 19 major destinations year-round and six more seasonally.

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Many Industries Operate In Greene County Dozens of industries, of different sizes and many different specialties, have operations in Greene County. The exact number of industrial companies, however, depends on whether some companies whose role is closely related to manufacturing are defined as “industries” or as “service” companies. In the list that follows, such closely related companies have been included along with firms which actually manufacture products. AmerICan Calendar Company Location: 101 Elm St., Greeneville, TN 37743 Phone: 359-2000 (W) www.americancalendar.com 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, TN 37616 Phone: 639-7878 (W) www.corporate.americangreetings.com Summary: American Greetings Corporation, based in Cleveland, Ohio, operates a 1 million square-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. Artazn, LLC (Jarden Zinc Products Inc.) Location: 2500 Old Stage Road, Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 639-8111 (W) artazn.com Summary: Artazn, LLC, (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 best known for being the supplier of zinc one-cent blanks to the U.S. Mint. The company has produced coinage for 20-plus countries and has expanded to produce nickel-plated dimes, quarters and nickels for the Royal Canadian Mint.

Artistic Printers Location: 2475 Snapps Ferry Road, Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 639-4316 (W) www.artisticprinters.net Summary: Artistic Printers produces letterheads, envelopes, business cards, brochures, business forms, handbooks, manuals, programs, NCR carbonless products, church bulletins, invitations of all kinds and full-color printing for industrial, commercial and personal use.

(W) www.ccmillwright.com 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.

(W) www.vooner.com Summary: CVN has been a Greeneville business since 1984. CVN Vooner, a Vooner FloGard Company, specializes in waterremoval and water-management equipment and systems for the pulp and paper industry.

Davis Hose & Supply Inc. Location: 1538 Industrial Road, Greeneville, TN 37745 DS Smith (Packaging Services Inc.) Phone: 638-1357 Location: 120 T. Elmer Cox Drive, (E) info@davishose.com Greeneville, TN 37743 (W) www.davishose.com Phone: 787-7711 Summary: Supplier of hoses and fittings/ (W) www.dssmith.com Bossard North America couplings for hydraulic, oil, water, etc., to Summary: DS Smith designs and Location: 1550 Industrial Road, manufactures corrugated containers, displays, industries, farmers, auto mechanics and Greeneville, TN 37745 others. Davis Hose & Supply Inc. offers all high-graphic containers and inner packing. Phone: 639-6661 sizes of hoses and can special-order if an item (W) www.bossard.com IMERYS Fused Minerals Greeneville Inc. is not in stock. Summary: Bossard is engaged in the Location: 109 Coile St., global procurement and sale of every type Delfasco Greeneville, TN 37745 of fastening element. Bossard also provides Location: 1945 Scott Farm Road, Afton, Phone: 787-0333 engineering and logistical services associated TN 37616; and 2460 Snapps Ferry Road, (W) www.imerys-fusedminerals.com with these products. Greeneville, TN 37745 Summary: The plant, formerly known Phone: 639-6191 as CE Minerals, is a subsidiary of Imerys, Brenntag Mid-South (E) info@delfasco.com Location: 355 Pottertown Road, based in Paris, France. Imerys manufactures (W) www.delfasco.com Midway, TN 37809 fused silica in a variety of grains and sizes. Summary: Delfasco has been a Phone: 422-6688 The plant merged with UCM Zirconia Inc., fabricator of metal products since 1977 (W) www.brenntag.com which is a manufacturer of fused zirconium in its 86,000-square-foot facility. Delfasco Summary: Brenntag started its oxide used in steel production, ceramics, specializes in metal fabrication, with distribution in 1947. The company distributes automobile brake pads and automobile products such as practice bombs for the U.S. various industrial chemicals and reagent exhaust gas sensors. Air Force and Navy, ordinance containers grade chemicals. The slogan used by Consolidated Electrical Distributors for the U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps, Brenntag is “worldwide leader in chemical Location: 1623 Industrial Road, and suspension lugs for bombs, rockets and production.” Greeneville, TN 37745 missiles. Brown’s Heirlooms in Wood Phone: 639-4148 The Donaldson Company Location: 125 Brown Circle, (E) customerservice@cedgreeneville.com Location: 115 Rockwell Drive, Greeneville, TN 37743 (W) https://cedgreeneville.portalced.com/ Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 638-3679 Summary: CED is an electrical supply Phone: 639-4154 Summary: Brown’s Heirlooms in Wood, a distributor for several East Tennessee (W) www.donaldson.com locally owned business, specializes in strictly counties. Summary: Donaldson is a manufacturer custom-designed furniture, architectural Crown Tonka Walk-Ins / Everidge of engine and industrial filtration systems millwork, church and memorial furnishings, Location: 140 T. Elmer Cox Drive, and replacement filters for engines, industrial antique restoration, and office and custom Greeneville, TN 37743 and commercial equipment. The company’s cabinets in a variety of domestic and Phone: 638-8565 headquarters is in Minneapolis, Minnesota. imported woods. (E) info@everidge.com East Tennessee Forest Products Inc. (W) www.crowntonka.com BTL Industries Inc. Location: 945 Pottertown Road, Summary: Crown Tonka Walk-ins is a Location: 1607 Industrial Road, Mosheim, TN 37818 manufacturer of custom walk-in coolers and Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 422-7134 freezers for the supermarket, convenience Phone: 638-6171 (E) estott@easttnforest.com Summary: BTL, a locally owned company, store and food service industries. The plant Summary: The company specializes is a division of Crown Fixtures Inc., of began operations in 1989 and makes in wholesale distribution of Wolmanized Minneapolis, Minnesota. transformer parts. pressure-treated lumber and Southern yellow CVN Vooner Paper Machinery C & C Millwright Maintenance Co. Inc. pine in grades 1 and 2. The company is also a Location: 475 T. Elmer Cox Drive, Location: 311 Old Knoxville Highway, manufacturer of industrial crating, packaging Greeneville, TN 37743 Greeneville, TN 37743 lumber (cut-to-size), pallet products and dry Phone: 638-2211 pine shavings. Phone: 639-0131


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East Tennessee Manufacturing Services Inc. Location: 2455 Snapps Ferry Road, Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 639-5759 Summary: East Tennessee Manufacturing Services is a tool and die maker. It also serves in welding and fabricating.

11,000 digital subscribers with its e-Edition on GreenevilleSun.com. The paper serves all of Greene County, as well as some areas of Washington, Cocke and Hawkins counties. It also prints Greene County’s Accent, a freedistribution weekly publication delivered to over 10,000 non-subscribers each Wednesday with over 20,000 readers. Other publications Endot Industries Inc. Tenn. include the Greene County Guidebook, TV Location: 400 Bohannon Ave., Week, business card directories and more. Greeneville, TN 37745 The Greeneville Sun is part of APG Media of (corporate headquarters in Rockaway, N.J.) Tennessee/North Carolina. Phone: 639-8241 Greeneville Wood & Pallet Co. (E) info@endot.com Location: 105 McMillan Road, (W) www.endot.com Mosheim, TN 37818 Summary: Endot has been manufacturing Phone: 422-6477 pipe for more than 30 years and currently (E) info@greenevillewoodandpallet.com produces polyethylene pipe for water and (W) www.greenevillewoodandpallet.com natural gas transmission. Summary: Greeneville Wood & Pallet Co. Greeneville Foundry & Welding Co. is a locally owned company, established in Location: 102 Leming St., 1972, that builds wooden pallets, boxes, and Greeneville, TN 37743 crates, recycles wood, and cuts wood to size. Phone: 638-5752 Huf North America Automotive Parts Summary: Greeneville Foundry & Manufacturing Corporation Welding was founded in 1946 by Ross and Location: 395 T. Elmer Cox Drive, Lunell Collins. The Foundry is a privately Greeneville, TN 37743 owned company that sells new steel products Phone: 787-8500 in full length, such as angles, channels, (W) www.huf-group.com expanded metals, flat strips, pipe, round and Summary: Huf-North America square solids, square and rectangular tubings, Automotive Parts Manufacturing Corp. is a rebar, sheet metal and plate steel. Greeneville subsidiary of the Germany-based Hulsbeck Foundry & Welding Co. welcomes inquiries and Furst GmbH and Company, KG. Huffrom individual customers, businesses, and North America makes ignitions and locking industries. systems for various automakers. AmeriScrap Innovative Millwright Service Location: 315 Old Stage Road, Location: 372 Sanford Circle, Greeneville, TN 37745 Greeneville, TN 37743 Phone: 639-1562 Phone: 798-1900 (W) www.AmeriScrap.com Summary: Work services provided by Summary: Greeneville Iron & Metals Inc. Innovative Millwright Service include some began operations in 1958. The company is of the following: metal buildings, ventilation a scrap-metal dealer and processor for all systems, millwright maintenance, steam and process piping, and general construction. types of metals and cardboard. Its recycling customers are both commercial accounts J & J Tool & Die Co. Inc. and customers who deliver material to the Location: 120 Fairgrounds Circle, facility. It has trucks and roll-off containers Greeneville, TN 37745; and 518 available for use at the larger industries. It has Bohannon Ave., Greeneville, TN 37745 a Norfolk Southern sidetrack and offers the Phone: 639-1061 sale of used steel, such as angles, channels, Summary: Established in 1974, J & J Tool rounds, squares, rebar, pipe, and used & Die is a locally owned producer of tools, equipment, to individuals and manufacturers. dies and production sawing. Greeneville Publishing Co. John Deere Power Products Location: 121 W. Summer St., Location: 1630 Hal Henard Road, Greeneville, TN 37743 Greeneville, TN 37743 Phone: 638-4181 Phone: 787-6100 (W) www.greenevillesun.com (W) www.deere.com Summary: A publishing company that Summary: John Deere Power Products prints The Greeneville Sun, a 6-days-ais part of the Ag and Turf Division of Deere week daily newspaper reaching over 11,000 and Company. The local plant manufactures households Monday-Saturday, with an John Deere 100 Series lawn tractors, various attachments and zero-turn lawnmowers. estimated 30,000 print readers and over

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Street plant. Miller Industries Location: 711 Campbell Drive, Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 798-0722 (W) www.millerind.com 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. Ceradyne Inc., a 3M Company Location: 568 Midway Circle, Midway, TN 37809 Phone: 422-6051 (W) www.3m.com Summary: Ceradyne produces fused silica flours and grains for precision investment casting and specialty ceramics industries. I.D. Images, LLC (Superior Business Associates, Inc.) Location: 810 W. Irish St., Greeneville, TN 37743 Phone: 787-6000 (W) idimages.com Summary: I.D. Images, LLC, is a locally owned company that specializes in the printing of custom business forms, labels and envelopes. Neas Welding & Steel Fabricating Inc. Location: 1133 Forest St., Greeneville, TN 37743 Phone: 638-9551 Summary: Neas is a welding and steelfabricating business. Numark Inc. Location: 1101 Myers St., Greeneville, TN 37743 Phone: 639-0216 (W) www.numarkinc.com Summary: Numark is a privately owned firm that specializes in the manufacture of wiring harnesses and cable assemblies and electromechanical sub-assemblies. Oldcastle Building Envelope Location: 920 Pottertown Road, Midway, TN 37809 Phone: 422-9900 (W) www.obe.com Summary: The plant extrudes and finishes aluminum used for architectural products: storefronts, thermal entrances, skylights, and curtain wall systems. Parker Hannifin Location: 2745 Snapps Ferry Road, Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 639-8151

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INDUSTRIES FROM PAGE 145 (W) www.parker.com Summary: Parker is a manufacturer of hydrostatic steering, hydraulic motors, hydrostatic transmissions, and pumps for the industrial and off-highway market. It is owned by Parker Hannifin Corporation, of Cleveland, Ohio. Parkway Products Location: 1609 Industrial Road, Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 639-9141 (W) www.parkwayproducts.com Summary: Parkway Products specializes in production of plastic injection-molded parts. Parkway is a supplier to the automotive, computer, lawn care, furniture and various other industries. In 2017, what was then known as LMR Plastics was purchased by Florence, Kentucky-based Parkway Products LLC. Precision Machine & Welding Inc. Location: 175 Holder Road, Afton, TN 37616 Phone: 638-9000 (W) www.precisionmw.com Summary: Precision Machine & Welding is a familyowned production machine shop, providing CNC (computerized numerical control) precision machining. Premium Waters Inc. Location: 1616 Industrial Road, Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 787-0236 or Corporate Office: 1-(800)-332-3332 (W) www.premiumwaters.com 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 Road, Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 639-4300 (W) www.printart-adc.com Summary: Printart is a textile plant that creates samples for the housing industry to ship all over the country.

Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 639-9771 Summary: Quality Machine Products is a locally owned company specializing in CNC (computerized numerical control) machining, welding and fabrication.

Phone: 422-4731 (W) www.scepterinc.com 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.

Ready Mix USA Location: 1532 Industrial Road, Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 639-2041 (W) www.readymixusa.com Summary: The company is one of the largest producers of ready-mix concrete in Tennessee.

Shelton and Sons Mills Location: 9328 Asheville Highway, Greeneville, TN 37743 Phone: 639-4730 Summary: Shelton and Sons Mills lumber yard specializes in custom orders of hardwood and building supplies, log home accessories and log home packages.

Right Angle Enterprises Inc. Location: 111 Mimosa Drive, Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 639-0790 Summary: Right Angle Enterprises Inc. is a precision job shop specializing in meeting manufacturers’ die and tooling needs. Scepter Inc. Location: 1230 Pottertown Road, Midway, TN 37809

SoPakCo Distribution Location: 102 Coile St., Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 639-1163 (W) www.sopakcotn.com Summary: SoPakCo Distribution is a warehousing operation with facilities in Greeneville and Kingsport. It is owned by the Unaka Company.

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Canteen (Professional Vending Services) Location: 1625 Pottertown Road, Midway, TN 37809 Phone: 639-3188 (W) www.professionalvending services.com Summary: PVS provides vending services, and office coffee and bottled-water service. Profile Products LLC Location: 60 Davy Crockett Park Road, Limestone, TN 37681 Phone: 257-2051 (W) www.profileproducts.com Summary: Profile Products specializes in the manufacture of cellulose mulch for seeding, using recycled newsprint. Quality Machine Products Co. Location: 108 Mimosa Drive,

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INDUSTRIES FROM PAGE 146 Southern Tool of Greeneville Inc. Location: 607 E. McKee St., Greeneville, TN 37743 Phone: 638-2616 Summary: Southern Tool is a privately owned company involved in design and construction of progressive dies, injection molds, die-cast and general machinery work. SumiRiko Tennessee Inc. Location: 199 Pottertown Road, Midway, TN 37809 Phone: 422-4454 (W) www.us.sumiriko.com Summary: SumiRiko is a manufacturer of automobile anti-vibration rubber products, fuel hoses and precision-molded rubber products. SumiRiko Tennessee Inc. is owned by TRI Americas, a holding company controlled by Sumitomo Riko Company Ltd. Summers Taylor Inc. Location: 1190 Lonesome Pine Trail, Greeneville, TN 37745 Phone: 639-7240 (W) www.summerstaylor.com Summary: Summers Taylor Inc. is a general contractor specializing in asphalt, concrete curbs, excavation and paving operations.

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United Business Forms Inc. Location: 8482 W. Allens Bridge Road, Greeneville, TN 37743 Phone: 639-5551 Summary: The company prints custom business forms, books, letterhead, cards and more. Valk Industries Inc. Location: 50 Valk Lane, Greeneville, TN 37743 Phone: 638-1284 (E) sales@valkindustries.com (W) www.valkindustries.com Summary: Valk Industries Inc. manufactures light and heavy wallpaper cores and tubes, custom thermoforming, packaging services and custom machining. Vulcan Materials Company Location: 1192 Lonesome Pine Trail, Greeneville, TN 37745; 1980 Greystone Road, Greystone, TN 37743 Phone: 639-0233 (Greeneville); 638-5269 (Greystone) (W) www.vulcanmaterials.com Summary: Vulcan Materials Company produces construction aggregate. Its corporate headquarters is in Birmingham, Alabama.

Superior Metal Products Co. Location: 2463 Highway 107, Chuckey, TN 37641 Walmart Distribution Center Phone: 257-2154 Location: 1655 Pottertown Road, (W) www.superiormetal.com Midway, TN 37809 Summary: Superior Metal Products Phone: 235-2300 specializes in metal stamping, laser-cutting, (W) www.walmartstores.com tool-and-die design and construction, robotic Summary: Established in 1997, the center welding for electronics, aerospace, lawn distributes general and hardline goods to equipment and other industries nationwide. Walmart stores. Tennessee Supply Company Warrensburg Machine Inc. Location: 101 Elm St., Greeneville, Location: 14255 Warrensburg Road, TN 37743 Midway, TN 37809 Phone: 638-4311 Phone: 235-5114 Summary: The company manufactures Summary: Warrensburg Machine calendar wrappers for firms that produce wall manufactures precision-machined parts calendars. using CNC lathes and mills, and also does Triangle Press metal fabrication work and welding. Its mills Location: 4050 N. Mohawk Road, are some of the largest in East Tennessee. Mohawk, TN 37810 Worthington Industries Phone: 235-5587 Location: 115 Terry Leonard Drive, (E) service@trianglepressprinting.com Greeneville, TN 37745 (W) www.trianglepressprinting.com Phone: 798-2420 Summary: Established in 1918, Triangle (W) www.worthingtonindustries.com Press is a family-owned printing business. Summary: The company is a manufacturer Transport Technologies LLC of roll-over protective structures (ROPS) Location: 185 Old Stage Road, and operator cabs for equipment used Greeneville, TN 37745 in construction, mining, agriculture and Phone: 638-3485 material-handling work. Worthington Summary: Transport Technologies LLC Industries is based in Columbus, Ohio.

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ADVERTISING/MEDIA, SCREEN PRINTING East Tennessee Promotions Scott Bullington 1149 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 636-1234

ADVERTISING/PROMOTIONS ADVERTISING & MEDIA Empire Label & Promotions Keith Boyd 1241 Volunteer Pkwy., Ste. 432 Bristol, TN 37620 (423) 384-4976 promoplace.com/empire Print Distribution Service Jay Stafford PO Box 355 Jonesborough, TN 37659 (423) 753-8191 printdistribution.com PromoMarket.us John Kilday IV 612 E. McKee St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 823-4748 john@promomarket.us promomarket.us

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AGRICULTURE - AGRICULTURE, FISHING & FORESTRY Depot Street Farms Market Heather Youngblood 3060 Babbs Mill Rd. Afton, TN 37641 (423) 525-2621 depotstreetmarket@gmail.com depotstreetmarket.com Farmers Livestock Market Don McNeese PO Box 865 Greeneville, TN 37744-0865 (423) 638-5201 Myers Farm - Greenhouse and Pumpkin Patch Vera Ann Myers 3415 Gap Creek Rd. Bulls Gap, TN 37711 (423) 235-4796 myerspumpkinpatch.com Plastic Innovations Sarah Bradley 203 Wilson Hill Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (800) 788-4709 team@plastic-innovation.com timelessfencesystem.com The Farm at Spring Creek Erin Turner 424 Spring Creek Pl. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 609-3304 info@thefarmatspringcreek.net thefarmatspringcreek.net

The Funny Farm Tammy Knapp-Stanton 4957 Old Stage Rd. Chuckey, TN 37641 (423) 329-3632 tkstanton94@gmail.com USA Regenerative Agricultural Alliance, Inc. Sarah Bradley 203 Wilson Hill Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (800) 788-4709 USARAAImarketing@plastic-innovation.com usaregenalliance.org

AGRICULTURE SALES & SERVICES Greene County Kubota Jackson Farmer 110 Burns St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 636-1370 jfkubota@gmail.com greenecountykubota.com

AIRPORTS Greeneville Municipal Airport Steven Neesen 200 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 340-6450 sneesen@greenevilletn.gov Tri-Cities Airport Gene Cossey 2525 Hwy. 75, Ste. 301 Blountville, TN 37617 (423) 325-6001 comments@TRIflight.com triflight.com

ANTIQUES/ESTATE SALES/ CONSIGNMENTS - SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL The Back Porch Antiques E.J. Swatsell 750 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 620-4529 backporchgreeneville@hotmail.com

APARTMENTS - REAL ESTATE, MOVING & STORAGE Fairfield Estates Pat Hankins 423 Fairgrounds Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 636-8767 patandm@comcast.net fairfieldestates.info

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN & BUILDING - CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & CONTRACTORS A. Dave Wright Architect Dave Wright 313 E. Bernard Ave. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 525-5093 dwright313@comcast.net

ART GALLERIES - ARTS, CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT Voodoo Rocket, LLC Kevin Bradley 601 W. Irish St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (865) 300-6607 vodoorocket@gmail.com Greene Creations Sarah Shaw 140 West Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 588-1170 greenecreationstn@gmail.com greenecreationstn.com Painted Turtle Craft Co. Kris Britt 1211 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 525-5264 paintedturtlecraftco@gmail.com paintedturtlecraftco.com


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ARTS, CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT Appalachian Auditorium at St. James Phyllis Shelton 3220 St. James Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 312-4392

ASSISTED LIVING - HEALTH CARE Brookdale Greeneville Sherry Starnes 155 Serral Drive Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 798-0404 sstarnes5@bookdale.com Comcare, Inc. Cathy Thomas PO Box 1885 Greeneville, TN 37744-1885 (423) 638-3926 cthomas@comcareinc.com Durham-Hensley Health & Rehab 55 Nursing Home Rd. Chuckey, TN 37641 (423) 257-6761 marketing@hurhamhensleyhealth.com durhamhensleyhealth.com Life Care Center of Greeneville Misty Key 725 Crum St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-8131 Morning Pointe Assisted Living Delora Bibb 324 Mount Bethel Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 787-1711 greeneville-ed@morningpointe.com morningpointe.com Signature Health Care of Greeneville Joseph Donchatz 106 Holt Court Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-0213 admin.greeneville@ signaturehealthcarellc.com

Collins Shipley, PLLC Curt Collins 102 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 972-4388 curt@collinsshipley.com

ATTORNEYS - LEGAL Jessee Law Office Crystal Jessee 120 North Main Ext. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-4006 cgjlaw@jesseelawoffice.com Laughlin, Nunnally, Hood & Crum, P.C. Kenneth Hood 100 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-5183 Law Office of Dallas L. Blair III Dallas Blair 911 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-1846 dblairlaw@embarqmail.com Milligan & Coleman Ron Woods PO Box 1060 Greeneville, TN 37744-1060 (423) 639-6811 Taylor Law Firm Jeffrey Taylor 365 W. Third North St. Morristown, TN 37816 (423) 586-6812 jeff@taylorlawfirmtn.com Tennessee Public Defender Greg Eichelman 217 S. College St., Ste. 4 Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-2456

ATTORNEYS - LEGAL Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz Ronald Range Jr. PO Box 3038 Johnson City, TN 37604 (423) 928-0181 rrange@bakerdonelson.com

The Cave Law Firm, LLC Jonathan Cave 104 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-5892 cavelaw@gmail.com caveattorneys.com

AUTOMOTIVE - AUTOMOTIVE & MARINE Bachman-Bernard Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac Russ Kauffeld 3365 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-4441 bachmanbernardchevy.com Butler Electric Motor Service Bryan Root 806 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-0404 Chantz Scott Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Carl Reinhart 300 Bachman Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-4111 chantzscottcdjr.com Double D Tire & Battery Tommy Carter 403 Bernard Ave. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-1402 doubledtire@comcast.net Gary’s Paint & Body Shop Gary Hoese 3496 Asheville Hwy/ Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 798-9710 garyspaintandbodyshop@gmail.com

Love’s Travel Stops Chris Hicks 10465 Lonesome Pine Trail Mosheim, TN 37818 (423) 422-2890 store787@loves.com loves.com Lynn Hope Towing Lynn Hope 80 Clay Way Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 823-1070 North Main Audio Customs, Inc. Angi Brown 509 North Main St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-4931 angibrown@comcast.net Pilot Corporation James Haslam II PO Box 10146 Knoxville, TN 37939-0146 (865) 588-7487 RG Diesel, LLC Justin Lyons 3460 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 823-9987 rgdiesel19@gmail.com Ultimate Shine 3-Minute Express Car Wash David Wild 3350 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 636-9802 davida@wildbuilding.com ultimateshinecarwash.com

Gateway Ford Lennie Lawson 1055 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-5151

Harrison’s Rod and Custom Bryan Harrison

Greeneville Oil & Petroleum, Inc. Allen Johnson 860 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-3145

Apex Bank Gary Shelton 3015 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 636-1555 apexbank.com

Greer’s Automotive Tiffany Greer 1135 Kiser Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-6381 greersautomotive@yahoo.com

BANKS & CREDIT UNIONS - FINANCE & INSURANCE

Citizen’s Bank PO Box 687 Kingsport, TN 37662 (423) 230-4308 larry.estepp@citizensbank24.com citizensbank24.com

Consumer Credit Union Mandy Kilday 3634 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-6131 consumercreditunion.com Eastman Credit Union Cindy Caudill 2021 Meadowview Lane Kingsport, TN 37660 (423) 229-8200 ccaudill@ecu.org ecu.org First Horizon Jennifer Keller 2841 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 798-2200 firsthorizon.com Greeneville Federal Bank Brandon Hull 101 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-4154 Heritage Community Bank Tommy Burns PO Box 428 Greeneville, TN 37744-0428 (423) 636-5000

BEAUTY SALONS/SPAS - PERSONAL SERVICES & CARE About Face Aesthetics & Skincare, LLC Sue Cressel 830 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 360-3099 sueinjects@tryaboutface.com tryaboutface.com

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Crews Control Shredding Shannon Crews 42 Myers Acres Lane Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 278-6908 crewscontrolshredding@gmail.com Greeneville Collection Service Leon Bell PO Box 385 Greeneville, TN 37744-0385 (423) 639-4191


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Hickman Bookkeeping Rebecca Hickman 502 Maple Ave. Greeneville, TN 37743 rebecca@hickmanbookkeeping.com hickmanbookkeeping.com MHI - Material Handling, Inc. Sarah Lane 4709 Middle Creek Lane Knoxville, TN 37921 (865) 722-4401 sarahland@mhiusa.net mhiusa.net Professional Vending Doug Fezell PO Box 2167 Greeneville, TN 37744-2167 (423) 639-3188 dfezell@comcast.net Round Table Offices, LLC Linda Crum 1104 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-2275 lindac@roundtableoffices.com unaka.com University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services Dwaine Raper 2112 N. Roan St., Ste. 604 Johnson City, TN 37601 (423) 926-8282 dwaine.raper@tennessee.edu cis.tennessee.edu

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, EMPLOYMENT SERVICES AccuForce Staffing Services Pam Cox 1202 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. B Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-0469 greeneville@accuforce.com accuforce.com

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Express Employment Professionals Sarah Bowman 1128 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. #E Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 307-5555 sarah.bowman@expresspros.com expressjobsmorristown.com Gem Care, Inc. Jim Snodgrass 1045 W. Summer St., Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 491-4100 bpinkham@gemcareinc.com gemcareinc.com Kelly Services Kevin Cobble 1915 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 522-7123 kevc257@kellyservices.com kellyservices.com Luttrell Staffing Group Jamie Davis 1040 Tidewater Ct. Kingsport, TN 37660 (423) 638-7614 Randstad Jim Miller 514 Justis Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-9946 jim.miller@randstadusa.com us.randstad.com Staff Pro Nichole Stoops 2290 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-7123 nstoops@staffpro.net

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS

American Job Center 128 Serral Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 588-5600

Appalachian Surveying Brian Bartlett 1265 Old Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 525-7044 bbartless@appalachiansurvey.com appalachiansurvey.com

Elwood Staffing Shelly Anderson 2055 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Ste. 2A Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-0900 greeneville.tn@elwoodstaffing.com elwoodstaffing.com

Azimuth Engineering, Inc. Daniel Coffey PO Box 1466 Greeneville, TN 37744-1466 (423) 638-9191 mail@azimutheng.net azimutheng.net

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, ENGINEERS, ARCHITECTS, SURVEYORS J.L. Jacobs & Associates John Jacobs 511 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 787-7828 MBI Companies, Inc. Howard Waltz 299 N. Weisgarber Rd. Knoxville, TN 37919 (865) 584-0999 howardw@mbiarch.com michaelbradyinc.com

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS S&ME, Inc. Carol Goldinger Ford 644 Eastern Star Rd. Kingsport, TN 37663 (423) 349-2800 cford@smeinc.com smeinc.com

CARPETS & INTERIORS HOME & GARDEN For the Lord Flooring David Charles 139 Oak Grove Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 525-3518 davidpcharles@outlook.com Jaynes Flooring Outlet Scott Jaynes 3245 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-1901

CARPETS & INTERIORS - HOME & GARDEN, CLEANING SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICES & CARE Advanced Cleaning & Restoration Ken Brown 1221 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 609-7097 ken@advancedcleaningrestore.com advancedcleaningrestore.com

CHILDCARE - PERSONAL SERVICES & CARE Boys & Girls Club of Greeneville & Greene County Scott Bullington 740 W. Church St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 787-9334 gbgc@comcast.net

CHILDREN’S CLOTHING/TOYS, CLOTHING/SHOES - SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL A&J Boutique Adreana Parker 1175 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 823-9582 aandjboutiquetn@gmail.com Brolin & Bailey Company Wendy Dinger 120 W. Depot St., Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 426-6576 wendy@brolinbailey.com shopbrolinbailey.com Brumley’s Expressions Ashley Davis 1879 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 607-9295 brumleysexpressions@gmail.com burmleysexpressions.square.site The Uncommon Collective Brooke Kilgore 1337 Tusculum Blvd., Unit 21 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 972-9701 brookekilgore14@gmail.com

CHIROPRACTORS - HEALTH CARE Frost Chiropractic Center Stephanie Frost 1007 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 798-9710 Hamilton Chiropractic Clinic John Hamilton 1119 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-2233 drhamilton@drjohnhamilton.com greeneville-tn-chiropractic.com

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CHURCHES - RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS Reformation Lutheran Church Jim DuMond 400 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-4627 reformationelca@embarqmail.com rlcgvl.org

CLEANING SERVICES - PERSONAL SERVICES & CARE All Around Cleaners Jackie Shelton 81 Sunnyside Ridges Dr. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 972-7481 chasshelton@hotmail.com Mop Squad Mike Quarles 521 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 525-5771 mopsquadclean@aol.com mopsquadcleans.com

CLOTHING/SHOES - SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL Aurora Beauty Boutique Crystal Martin 403 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 552-5740 martincrystal71@yahoo.com The Tennessee Collection Reagan Lowery 300 Crestview Dr., #17 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 329-5741 contact@reaganlowery.com thetennesseecollection.com

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION, HEALTH CARE Groups Recover Together Ande Hall (423) 620-8891 andrea.hall@joingroups.com joingroups.com


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COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS - FAMILY, COMMUNITY & CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS ALPS Adult Day Services Jana Rines 431 E. Bernard Ave. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 525-5773 alpsdirector@musfiber.com alpsadultdayservices.com Better Business Bureau Tony Binkley 255 N. Peters Rd., Ste. 102 Knoxville, TN 37923 (865) 692-1616 tbinkley@knoxville.bbb.org CASA of Northeast Tennessee Wendy Hensley PO Box 1021 Johnson City, TN 37605 (423) 461-3500 shelton@casanetn.org casanetn.org Change Is Possible (CHIPS) Carolyn McAmis 217 S. Main Avenue Erwin, TN 37650 (423) 743-0022 chipsfvs@gmail.com chipsfvs.org Exchange Club of Greeneville Paige Mengel PO Box 781 Greeneville, TN 37744-0781 (423) 823-8961 exchangeclubgville@hotmail.com

Greene County 9-1-1 Jerry Bird 111 Union St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-8663 gre911@embarqmail.com

NAMI Sabrina Fillers 323 Love St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 620-1929 sabrinafillers.namigreene@gmail.com

Greene County Fair Association Cam Philbeck PO Box 582 Greeneville, TN 37744-0582

Niswonger Foundation Nancy Dishner 223 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 384-9000 nancy.dishner@niswongerfoundation.org niswongerfoundation.org

Greene County Habitat for Humanity Vicki Culbertson PO Box 1824 Greeneville, TN 37744-1824 (423) 638-3838 Greeneville Woman’s Club Sunny Sandos PO Box 1116 Greeneville, TN 37744-1116 (423) 636-8674 Holston United Methodist Home for Children Bradley Williams 404 Holston Dr. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-4171 holstonhome.org

Northeast Tennessee Local Workforce Development Board Kathy Pierce PO Box 249 Elizabethton, TN 37644 (423) 547-7500 kpierce@ab-t.org netlwdb.org Rural Resources Parke Brumit 2870 Holly Creek Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 636-8171 info@ruralresources.net ruralresources.net

Jessica Colter Memorial Scholarship Jennifer Gass 1113 Tusculum Blvd. #137 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 552-6004 jgass@teglease.com jessicacolterscholarship.com

Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee Rhonda Chafin 1020 Jericho Dr. Kingsport, TN 37663 (423) 279-0430

Kiwanis Club of Greeneville Debbie Justice PO Box 654 Greeneville, TN 37744-0654 (423) 638-8096

United Way of Greene County Wendy Peay 115 Academy St., Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37744-0364 (423) 639-9361 wendy@unitedwayofgreenecounty.com

First Priority of America Victor Mathis 15380 Old Hickory Blvd. Nashville, TN 37211 (423) 268-4126 victor@fpofamerica.com firstpriority.club/TN1

Long View Ranch Matthew Nasekos 190 Bledsoe Hollow Lane Mosheim, TN 37818 (423) 636-0032 office@longviewranch.com longviewranch.com

Free Will Baptist Family Ministries, Inc. Jim McComas 90 Stanley Lane Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-9449 info@fwbfm.com fwbfm.com

Main Street: Greeneville Jann Mirkov 310 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-7102 director@mainstreetgreeneville.org mainstreetgreeneville.org

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS - FAMILY, COMMUNITY & CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS, EDUCATION GOVERNMENT, EDUCATION & INDIVIDUALS Greene County Imagination Library Ruth Burkey PO Box 2922 Greeneville, TN 37744-2922 (423) 329-0466 gcimaginationlibrary@gmail.com gcimaginationlibrary.org

COMPUTER SERVICE/SALES COMPUTERS & TELECOMMUNICATIONS

CONSULTANTS - BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

BMC Office Technology Kat Wheeler 3132 Morris Ave. Knoxville, TN 37909 (865) 525-4262 tsuder@4bmc.com 4bmc.com

Process Whisperer Consultants LLC David Harry 134 Watercress Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745-0624 (540) 220-6414 dave.harry@gmail.com prowhisperer.com

Centriworks - Thermocopy Bob Pedley 3505 Sutherland Ave. Knoxville, TN 37919 (865) 524-1124 bpedley@thermocopy.com centriworks.com

RLB Consulting Rodney Bell 301 Grapevine Trail Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-3034 rodneybell62@gmail.com

Sharp Business Systems of Tennessee Mary Massarueh 7 Sheridan Square, Ste. 200 Kingsport, TN 37660 (423) 282-4220 contactsbstn@sharpusa.com sharp-sbs.com

COMPUTER SERVICE/ SALES - COMPUTERS & TELECOMMUNICATIONS, COPIERS Kingsport Imaging Systems, Inc. John Demuth 200 E. Market St. Kingsport, TN 37660 (423) 245-5171 jdemuth@isionline.net isionline.net

Tennessee Small Business Development Center of East Tennessee State University Mark Bays 2109 W. Market St. Johnson City, TN 37604 (423) 439-8505 mbay@tsbdc.org tsbdc.org

CONTRACTOR, HVAC Air Pro Heating & Cooling, Inc. Keith Harrison 147 Mason St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-5557 info@airprohvacinc.com airprohvacinc.com

Bailey’s Heat & Air Carla Bailey 501 E. McKee St. COMPUTERS & TELECOMMUNICATIONS Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 636-8409 Thryv baileyheatingandairllc.com Christopher Poland 413 Leonard St. Four Seasons Heating & Air Greeneville, TN 37745 Don Coakley (423) 742-1563 3030 McDonald Rd. chris.poland@thryv.com Midway, TN 37809 (423) 422-7399

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & CONTRACTORS Industrial Supply Company, Inc. Van Brooks 212 W. Church St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 787-1717 isco925@embarqmail.com rodneybell62@gmail.com

CONTRACTORS - CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & CONTRACTORS Brooks Excavating & Construction Sammy Brooks 115 Garrett Hill Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-8828 brooksexcavating@frontiernet.net


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Brooks Malone LLC David Brooks 3260 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-9164 office@brooks-malone.com brooksbuilders.net C & C Millwright Maintenance Company Jerry Fortner PO Box 970 Greeneville, TN 37744-0970 (423) 639-0131 ccmillwright.com Goins Rash Cain, Inc. Luther Cain 130 Regional Park Dr. Kingsport, TN 37660 (423) 349-7760 luther@grcinc.com Hite Construction Jamey Hite 210 Park St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-1075 Idell Construction Company, Inc. Jeff Idell PO Box 308 Greeneville, TN 37744-0308 (423) 639-5429 J.A. Street & Associates Jim Street PO Box 725 Blountville, TN 37617 (423) 323-8017 Skyline Restoration and Maintenance, LLC Heather Thomas 70 Doty Chapel Rd. Afton, TN 37616 (423) 588-5717 heather@srmhistoric.com srmhistoric.com

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CONTRACTORS - CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & CONTRACTORS, ELECTRICAL Haney Electric, LLC Jeffrey Haney 204 Gregory Ave., Ste. A Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 588-4138 masterhaneyelectric@gmail.com haneyelectric.com

CONTRACTORS - CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & CONTRACTORS, WELDING Neas Welding Kim Neas 1133 Forest St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-9551

COUNTRY CLUBS - SPORTS & RECREATION CONTRACTORS - CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & CONTRACTORS, PAVING Ready Mix USA Mark Doty 1532 Industrial Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-2041

Link Hills Country Club Bob Ward 1325 E. Allens Bridge Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-3114

CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT, ARTS Summers Taylor, Inc. Ted Bryant 1190 Lonesome Pine Trail Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-7240

CONTRACTORS - CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & CONTRACTORS, PLUMBING Midway Construction Company, Inc. Jeff Moore PO Box 235 Mosheim, TN 37818 (423) 588-5639

CONTRACTORS - CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & CONTRACTORS, SEPTIC SERVICES

South State Contractors Robin Quillen 412 Scott Farm Rd. Afton, TN 37616 (423) 638-1099 info@southstatecontractors.com southstatecontractors.com

M.C. Septic Services Mark Collins 250 State St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 787-0399 mcseptic@comcast.net

TEC Industrial Greg Boehlin 1025 Konnarock Rd. Kingsport, TN 37664 (423) 247-4141 greg.boehling@tnelco.com tnelco.com

Roto Rooter Mike Harrell PO Box 488 Greeneville, TN 37744-0488 (423) 639-1221 duckhunter9@hotmail.com

Andrew Johnson National Historic Site David Foster 121 Monument Ave. Greeneville, TN 37743-5552 (423) 639-3711 david_foster@nps.gov nps.gov/anjo City Garage Car Museum Kent Bewley 210 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-6971 info@citygaragemuseum.com citygaragemuseum.com David Crockett Birthplace State Park 1245 Davy Crockett Park Rd. Limestone, TN 37681 (423) 257-2167 tnstateparks.com/parks/david-crockettbirthplace Greeneville/Greene County History Museum Betty Fletcher 101 W. McKee St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 636-1558 betty@themuseum.us greenevillegreenecounty historymuseum.com

DANCE - SPORTS & RECREATION Greeneville Gymnastics Academy Robbie Bragdon 1612 Industrial Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 329-1989 greenevillegymnastics@gmail.com greenevillegymnastics.com Winter & Company Dance Studio Jamie Winter 229 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 620-7277 jamiewinter5678@gmail.com winterandcompanydancestudio.com

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DENTAL - HEALTH CARE, DENTAL & NURSING CARE, MEDICAL Brad S. Johnson, DMD, PLLC Janice Hurst 703 K. St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-6769 etoms.com Greeneville Orthodontics Ben Haws 151 Mason St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-3196

DENTAL & NURSING CARE, MEDICAL DENTAL - HEALTH CARE ABC Family Dentistry, PLLC Aaron Knop 1018 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-2176 abcdentalfrontoffice@gmail.com greenevilledentist.com Adkins Family Dentistry Donnie Adkins 600 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-5141 adkinsfamilydentistry@gmail.com adkinsfamilydentistry.net David J. Dykes, DDS David Dykes 1015 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-6341 Greeneville Dental Associates Amy Armstrong 1308 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-6120

Amedisys Hospice Carolina Beach 127 Serral Dr., Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-2707 carolina.beach@amedisys.com amedisys.com Caris Healthcare Renee Lowery 2140 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-2226 rlowery@carishealthcare.com Smoky Mountain Home Health & Hospice Lori McCracken 1117 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 636-8006 lorim@smokyhhc.com smokyhhc.com

DRUG & VARIETY STORES - SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL

Rogers Family Dental, PLLC Jon Rogers 1741 Old Tusculum Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-7491

Atchley Drug Center Will Giddings 511 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-5155 atchleydrugcenter.com

Tusculum Dental Care Craig Shepherd 22 Norton Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-7575 tusculumdentalcare@comcast.net tusculumdentalcare.com

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Central Drug Store Cindy Fisher 239 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-4711 centraldrugstore.net Community Pharmacy of Greeneville Shelly Lewis 1402 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 588-5099 cpgrx@yahoo.com communitypharmacygreeneville.com Corley’s Pharmacy Alan Corley PO Box 874 Greeneville, TN 37744-0874 (423) 638-7552 alan@corleyspharmacy.com Greene County Drug Store Benji Cox 906 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-7101 gcdrug@embarqmail.com Dry Cleaners - Personal Services & Care Pinecrest Cleaners Tara Anderson 1407 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-1407 pmanderson59@yahoo.com

EDUCATION - GOVERNMENT, EDUCATION & INDIVIDUALS Carson-Newman University Shelly Laux 1646 Tussell Ave. Jefferson City, TN 37760 (865) 471-2000 mandrews@cn.edu cn.edu East Tennessee State University Hubert Sauceman PO Box 70717 Johnson City, TN 37614 (423) 439-4317 etsu.edu Greene County Board of Education David McLain 910 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-4194 david.mclain@gcstn.org

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Greene LEAF (Local Educational Advancement Foundation) Suzanne Richey PO Box 1253 Greeneville, TN 37744-1253 (423) 823-0732 greeneleafdirector@gmail.com greeneleaf.org Greene Technology Center Randy Wells 1121 Hal Henard Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-0171 gcschools.net/cft Greeneville City Schools Steve Starnes 129 W. Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 787-8000 gcschools.net Greeneville City Schools Education Foundation Amanda Waddell 129 W. Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 823-0001 waddella@gcschools.net gcseducationfoundation.net Tennessee College of Applied Technology Morristown Jerry Young 821 W. Louise Ave. Morristown, TN 37813 (423) 586-5771 jerry.young@tcatmorristown.edu tcatmorristown.edu Tusculum University Scott Hummel PO Box 5048, Tusculum Station Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 636-7300 tusculum.edu Walters State Community College Mark Wills 221 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 798-7940 niswongercampus@ws.edu ws.edu/campuses/niswonger

ENGINEERS, ARCHITECTS, SURVEYORS, BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES W & W Engineering, LLC Cathy Kyker 130 W. Summer St., Ste. 3 Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-2770 Vaughn & Melton Consulting Engineers Becky Rehorn 127 Bob Fitz Rd. Gray, TN 37615 (423) 467-8401 crrehorn@vaughnmelton.com vaughnmelton.com

ENTERTAINMENT - ARTS, CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT AMC-America Multi-Cinema, Inc. James McKown 925 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 787-9153 jmckown@amctheatres.com Capitol Theatre David Horton 104 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-1300 dhorton@capitolgreeneville.org capitolgreeneville.com Greeneville Flyboys Baseball Kat Foster 135 Shiloh Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 609-7400 kfoster@flyboysbaseball.com Greeneville Theatre Guild Paige Mengel PO Box 2002 Greeneville, TN 37744-2002 (423) 470-2792 greenevilletheatreguild@gmail.com greenevilletheatreguild.org Niswonger Performing Arts Center Vick Hudson 212 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-1328

Pioneer Miniature Golf Sherie Zilz 4655 Andrew Johnson Hwy Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 620-3427 ashhayryray@gmail.com Road Show Mobile Stages Heather Boegemann 406 Hillcrest Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 329-5570 boegemann@comcast.net

ENTERTAINMENT - ARTS, CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT, EVENT VENUE Greenwood Oaks Farm & Event Venue Meredith Shrader 590 Greenwood Rd. Afton, TN 37616 (423) 948-1347 greenwoodoaks@gmail.com greenwoodoaks.net The Homeplace at Johnston Farm Ginia Johnston 260 Joe Johnston Lane Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 823-0414 johnstonfarmhomeplace@gmail.com johnstonhomeplace.com

FINANCIAL & INVESTMENT SERVICES FINANCE & INSURANCE Cornerstone Wealth Management Group Brian Click 517 N. Main St., Ste. A Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 588-7151 brian.click@cornerstonewealthtn.com cornerstonewealthtn.com Edward Jones-Financial Advisor: Billy Endean Billy Endean 125 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 609-7080 billy.endean@edwardjones.com edwardjones.com/billy-endean

Edward Jones-Financial Advisor: Brandon Helton Brandon Helton 2333 E Andrew Johnson Hwy Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 609-7985 brandon.helton@edwardjones.com edwardjones.com/us-en/financialadvisor/brandon-helton Edward Jones-Financial Advisor: Rob Gay Rob Gay, AAMS®, CRPC® PO Box 817 Greeneville, TN 37744-0817 (423) 639-7241 rob.gay@edwardjones.com GreenWealth Christopher O’Dell 404 E. Bernard Ave., Ste.A Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 972-4307 odellc@tncfa.com greenwealthtn.com

FINANCIAL & INVESTMENT SERVICES - FINANCE & INSURANCE, INSURANCE - FINANCE & INSURANCE Andrew Johnson Insurance & Investment Services Chuck Wagner 124 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 281-0885 bbroyles@ajbankins.com cwagner@ajbankins.com andrewjohnsoninvestmentservices.com

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS/SERVICES Andrew Johnson Bank Paige Hull 124 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37744-0907 (423) 636-3510 andrewjohnsonbank.com

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Hot Yoga on Main Jolynn Doty 129 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 470-3393 jdoty@1teamllc.com hotyogaonmain.net Workout Anytime Greeneville Mike King 1327 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 329-7711 mike.king@workoutanytime.com workoutanytime.com/greenevilletn

FLORIST, GIFTS & SPECIALTY ITEMS SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL The GreeneHouse Robert McNeese 407 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 525-0767 greenehousegreeneville@gmail.com shopthegreenehouse.com

FLORISTS - SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL Flowers by Tammy Tammy Burgner 515 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 636-1000 flowersbytammy@hotmail.com flowersbytammy.com Westtown Florist Megan Rohr 901 W. Main St Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-1217 westownfloristgreeneville@gmail.com westownfloristtn.com

FOOD & BEVERAGE Island Vibe Grill Leandre Dabney 1113 Tusculum Blvd. Unit 252 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 972-9149 islandvibegrill@gmail.com

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FOOD & BEVERAGE/CATERING RESTAURANTS, FOOD & BEVERAGES Angeez Sweet Shop Angie Lawson 1154 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 972-7354 angeezcatering1@yahoo.com Greeneville Graze Crystal Martin 110 West Depot St Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 552-5740 4235525740 greenevillegraze.com Nickle Ridge Winery Ken Nickle 144 Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 588-8260 nickleridgewinery@gmail.com Peggy Ann Bakery Will Martin 934 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-1924 Sno-Biz and Stuff Janet Cox 144 Marshall Lane Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-2640

FORESTRY - AGRICULTURE, FISHING & FORESTRY U.S. Forestry Services Leslie Morgan 4900 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-4109

FUNERAL & CREMATION SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICES & CARE Jeffers Funeral & Cremation Service Richard Jeffers 208 N. College St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-2141 jeffersmortuary@gmail.com jeffersmortuary.com

Kiser-Rose Hill Funeral Home Kurt Sane 125 Idletime Dr. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 636-8007 Tusculum Monument Richard Jeffers 111 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-5546

TVA Tim Tidwell 4125 Greenway Dr. Knoxville, TN 37918 (865) 673-2289

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K-Vat Food Stores/Food City Israel O’Quinn GIFTS & SPECIALTY ITEMS - SHOPPING PO Box 1158 & SPECIALTY RETAIL Abingdon, VA 24210 The Blessed Bee Herbs, LLC Rebecca Anderson 441 E. Bernard Ave. Greeneville, TN 37745 (262) 308-4211 anderson.rebecca1961@gmail.com W&J Scents James Bible 104 Village Dr., Ste. 10 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 787-0645 wjscentsetc@yahoo.com

GOVERNMENT - GOVERNMENT, EDUCATION & INDIVIDUALS City of Tusculum Alan Corley PO Box 5014, Tusculum Station Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-6211 Greene County Government Kevin Morrison 204 N. Cutler St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 798-1766 Town of Baileyton 6530 Horton Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 234-6911 baileytontownhall@gmail.com

Publix Super Markets, Inc. Kimberly Reynolds 4135 S. Stream Blvd., Ste. 500 Charlotte, NC 28217 (704) 424-5017 kimberly.reynolds@publix.com publix.com

HARDWARE - SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL ACE Hardware Joe Morris 1023 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-6223 ace11185@msn.com acehardware.com

HARDWARE - SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL, GIFTS & SPECIALTY ITEMS - SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL, LANDSCAPING - HOME & GARDEN Broyles General Store David Broyles 730 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-8197 broylesgeneral@aol.com

Town of Greeneville Todd Smith 200 N. College St., Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-7105

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Town of Mosheim David Myers 1000 Main St. Mosheim, TN 37818 (423) 422-4051

Grand Rental Station Danny Venerable 2215 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-6160

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HEALTH CARE Home Instead Senior Care Robbie Bunn 114 Sunset Dr. Johnson City, TN 37601 (423) 638-6375 homeinstead.com Marsh Regional Blood Center Rhonda Smith PO Box 659 Kingsport, TN 37662 (423) 408-7500 rhonda.smith@balladhealth.org marshblood.com MEDIC Regional Blood Center Benjamin Prijatel 1601 Ailor Ave. Knoxville, TN 37921 (865) 524-3074 frhodes@medicblood.org medicblood.org Silver Angels of Tennessee - Greene, LLC Jennifer Mays 2040 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 609-7133 jmays@silverangels.com silverangels.com

HOME & GARDEN Bluebird Exteriors, LLC Evan Walde 1513 Daisy St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 657-0880 admin@bluebirdexteriorsllc.com bluebirdexteriorsllc.com Competitive Pressure Washing Zack Smith 2140 Shakerag Road Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 620-3892 cpwclean@gmail.com Good Buddy Painting Nathan Nadeau 4535 St. James Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 (860) 428-4549 goodbuddypainting@gmail.com SERVPRO of Greeneville Zach Witt 3204 Hanover Rd. Johnson City, TN 37601 (423) 638-1104 zwitt@servpro11061.com servprogreenecounty.com


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HOME & GARDEN, LOCKSMITH Greeneville Lock & Key Kevin Cole 2069 Old Kentucky Rd. S. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 812-1110 greenevillelk@gmail.com greenevillelk.com L&M Locksmith Michael McCollian PO Box 1041 Greeneville, TN 37744 (423) 552-4734 landmlocksmith@gmail.com

HOME & GARDEN, PEST CONTROL Norton’s Pest Control Paul Norton 1240 Fillers Mill Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 798-9190

HOME FURNISHINGS HOME & GARDEN Roberts Furniture & Mattress Gallery Tom Cushing 221 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-8166 robertsfurniture1978@gmail.com robertsfurnitureonline.com

HOSPITALS & CLINICS HEALTH CARE 1 Team Clinic, LLC Cal Doty 128 S. Main St., Ste 200 Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 609-7953 cdoty@1teamllc.com Ballad Health - Greeneville Community Hospital Eric Carroll 1420 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 787-5000 balladhealth.org Ballad Health Medical Associates Urgent Care Hannah Norton 438 E. Vann Rd., Ste. 301 Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 787-7496 hannah.norton@balladhealth.org

Doctor’s Office Charles Montgomery 109 E. Church St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-4131 Dr. Philip Thwing Philip Thwing 400 Y St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-0707 pthwing@summithealthcare.com Fresenius Medical Care/Dialysis Kim Bowlin 180 Serral Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-1201 kimbowlin@fmc-na.com fmc-na.com Greene County Department of Health PO Box 159 Greeneville, TN 37744-0159 (423) 798-1749 Greene County Skills, Inc. Jim Gillen 130 Bob Smith Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-5351 Greeneville Internal Medicine Alicin Sahr 1404 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 3100 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-4114 Greeneville Pediatric Clinic Dr. Doug Cobble 221 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 787-6050 Health Express Urgent Care and Occupational Medicine Chip Backus 895 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 588-5774 healthexpressuctn.com healthexpressuctn.com Healthstar Physicians Julie Slover 420 W. Morris Blvd. Morristown, TN 37813 (423) 581-5925 jslover@healthstartn.org healthstartn.org

Kingsway Family Medicine Craig Olson 318 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-7700 craig.kingsway@gmail.com Laughlin Medical Group/General Surgery Mark Patterson 400 N. State of Franklin Rd. Johnson City, TN 37604 (423) 787-7100 Nolachuckey Mental Health Center Terry Kidd 401 Holston Dr. Gray, TN 37743 (423) 639-1104 Pienkowski MD Heather Mullikin 1406 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 2500 Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-9595 heatherm@pienkowskimd.com pienkowskimd.com Preferred Internal Medicine Amber Arnold 1021 Coolidge Street, Suite 4 Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 237-6900 amberarnold@sofha.net sofha.net State of Franklin Healthcare Becky Lilly 2528 Wesley St., Ste. 2 Johnson City, TN 37601 (423) 794-5755 beckylilly@sofha.net sofha.net Summit Urgent Care of Greeneville Stephanie Parman 555 Justis Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 254-6460 Tusculum Family Physicians Ken Nickle 555 Justis Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 783-7965 Unity Urology Erica Carter 189 Liberty Way Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-4046 info@unityurology.com unityurology.com

HOSPITALS & CLINICS - HEALTH CARE, PHYSICAL THERAPY Benchmark Physical Therapy Diane Coffey 517 N. Main St., Ste. B Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-1111 dcoffey@benchmarkpt.com Journey Physical Therapy & Balance Center, LLC Steve Mulhollen 2000 Monarch Pointe Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 609-7997 steve@journeyptandbalancecenter.com journeyptandbalancecenter.com PT Solutions Allen Nance 1321 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 609-3906 allen.nance@ptsolutions.com ptsolutions.com

HOTELS/MOTELS LODGING & TRAVEL Andrew Johnson Inn 2145 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-8124 General Morgan Inn and Conference Center Patricia Bohon 111 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 787-1000 pbohon@generalmorganinn.com generalmorganinn.com Hampton Inn Elaine Cutshall 3130 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-3735 hilton.com/en/hotels/grvtnhx-hamptongreeneville Quality Inn Lisa Douthat 3160 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-7511

INDIVIDUAL Dot Alexander 130 Pine Straw Ridge Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-5904 Dan Armstrong P.O. Box 1961 Greeneville, TN 37744 (423) 581-6700 danarmstrong2014@gmail.com Robert Bird 233 Briar Patch Ln. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-7456 Jeff Brooks 93 North Rufe Taylor Road Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 552-0671 jeffbrooksc21@gmail.com Meg Cobble 104 Union St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 525-8545 megcobbles@comcast.net Schery Collins 965 Meadowbrook Rd. Afton, TN 37616-6049 (423) 306-5507 sjcollinstn@yahoo.com David Crum 142 Maple Crest Dr. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-7721 davidna182@yahoo.com Rebecca Cutshaw P.O. Box 127 Greeneville, TN 37744 (423) 638-4336 rocutshaw@comcast.net David Gass 1245 Weems Chapel Rd. Mosheim, TN 37818 (423) 329-4788 dlgass@hotmail.com Bob Gay 409 Bonita Way Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 416-1158 bob.harold409@gmail.com


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Al Giles 240 Veldt Ln. Afton, TN 37616 (423) 639-8406 algiles@comcast.net Frankie Hagan 212 Circle Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745 (615) 597-8755 frankieandtonyhagan@gmail.com Steven Harbison 1516 Crestwood Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 620-1528 stevenkharbison@gmail.com David Hawk 407 Crockett Ln. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-8146 rep.david.hawk@legislature.state.tn.us Nathan Holt 168 Shane St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 823-2873 nathanholt@greenecountytngov.com Rhonda Humbert 175 ST Wilhoit Dr. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-3819 rhondahum@comcast.net Chuck Jeffers 204 N. Cutler St., Ste. 222 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 798-1738 chuckjeffers@comcast.net Allen Jones 121 Wildwood Ct. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-5911 allenr.jones@comcast.net Bland Justis 132 Indian Hill Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 823-8969 blandjustis@yahoo.com Kathy Knight (423) 552-3983 kathyknight650@gmail.com Don Mathis 254 Mountain River Rd Greeneville, TN 37743 (561) 329-3013 mathisgrp@aol.com

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Bradley Mercer 124 Austin St., Ste. 3 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 787-1450 jbradley.mercer@gmail.com

Kevin Morrison 1595 Morrison Rd. Chuckey, TN 37641 (423) 798-1766 mayorkevinmorrison@ greenecountytngov.com Joy Nunnally 204 N. Cutler St. Greeneville, TN 37743 joyregister@titlesearcher.com Karen Ottinger 290 Slate Creek Rd Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 972-7619 ka.reno@hotmail.com Judye Rhea 250 Regency Park Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-3743 judye_rhea@yahoo.com Lindy Riley 281 Grapevine Trl. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-9223 lindyriley@comcast.net Chris Shepard 101 S. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 798-1760 chris@greenecourts.com Judy Simms 115 Dodson Pike Mosheim, TN 37818 (407) 446-2295 jsimmstn@gmail.com Jim Smythe 511 W. Main St. Murfreesboro, TN 37130 (615) 400-7772 jim@jsmytheleasing.com Wolfgang Spendel 1608 W. Allens Bridge Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 525-4202 wolfspe@gmail.com

Mark Stevans 122 Patriots Crossing Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 213-3481 markjh.stevans@gmail.com Sarah Webster 340 Old Fort Ln. Chuckey, TN 37641 (423) 638-7006 webster1965@comcast.net

INDUSTRIAL SALES, SUPPLIES & SERVICES Alliance AutoGas Happy Fox 1201 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (828) 575-8024 jfox@allianceautogas.com allianceautogas.com

INSURANCE - FINANCE & INSURANCE Allstate Insurance Kristen Moran PO Box 1056 Greeneville, TN 37744 (423) 806-6052 christinenace@allstate.com Allstate/The Call Agency Lori Call 1141 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 787-1069 loricall@allstate.com Community Insurance Bill Richards 1104 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 316 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-1422 brichards@greatci.com communityinsurancetn.com

Greene County Farm Bureau Trey Youngblood 1431 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-7212 Greene County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company Misty Barkley 921 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-3652 gcfarmersmutual@comcast.net gcfarmersmutual.com Lisa Crum State Farm Lisa Crum 2195 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-5150 Lisa.Crum.C61L@statefarm.com lisacrumagency.com McIntosh & Lee Insurance Agency Scott Lee 3509 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 525-5481 mcintosh_lee2018@yahoo.com McInturff, Milligan & Brooks Insurance Agency John McInturff III 237 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-5171 Peake Insurance David Peake 913 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-0288 davidpeake@peakeinsurance.net peakeinsurance.net

Farm Bureau Commons Office Misty Fezell 1333 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 525-4910 mistyk.fezell@fbitn.com

Steve Goad State Farm Steve Goad 542 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-4144 steve.goad.dr0n@statefarm.com sfagentsteve.com

Got LTCi Phyllis Shelton 640 Lick Hollow Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 (615) 590-0300 phyllis@gotltci.com gotltci.com

Tommy Haun State Farm Tommy Haun 1137 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-5721

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Trinity Benefit Advisors, Inc. Chris Poynter 4823 Old Kingston Pike, Ste. 205 Knoxville, TN 37919 (865) 531-9898 chris.poynter@trinityben.com trinityben.com

JEWELRY - SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL Legacy Fine Jewelers Faye Barnes 2315 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-8157 legacyfinejewelers@comcast.net Mountain Song Jewelers Rob Sherman 566 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-4653 info@mountainsongjewelers.com mountainsongjewelers.com

LANDSCAPING - HOME & GARDEN Extreme Landworxs Jody Massey 315 Key Ln. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 470-2181 chasecobran19722@gmail.com Firemen on Call Miles Kilday 790 Baileyton Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 329-0357 mileskilday@hotmail.com Love’s Produce and Nursery, LLC Felisha Kingery 7125 TN 107 Cutoff Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 798-8002 lovesproduceandnurseryllc@gmail.com lovesnursery.com

LIQUOR STORE - RESTAURANTS, FOOD & BEVERAGES Express Wine & Spirits 3100 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 636-0079 expresswineandspirits.com


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Greeneville Beverage Melinda Stewart Hickerson 812 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-9431 greenevillebeverage@yahoo.com The Bottle Shop Roy Mecke 2318 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-3001 Towne Square Package Store, Inc. Josh Hadjopoulos 200 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-6521 tnwineseller@hotmail.com

LODGING & TRAVEL, SHORT TERM RENTAL Allen’s Grey8’Ful Hideaway Victoria Chubenko 350 Wild Turkey Ln Greeneville, TN 37743 (409) 880-5708 baatzv@hotmail.com allensbnb.com Nolichuckey Bluffs Cabins Pam Sadler 295 Kinser Park Lane Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 329-9633 thebluffs.cabins@gmail.com tennessee-cabins.com Spring Creek Place Cabins Erin Turner 424 Spring Creek Pl. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 609-3377 stay@springcreekplace.net springcreekplace.net

LODGING/TRAVEL, CAMPGROUND Around Pond RV Margo Starnes 617 Van Hill Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 234-0229 aroundpond@live.com aroundpondrv.com Baileyton KOA Karen Clouser 7485 Horton Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 234-4992 baileyton@koa.com koa.com/campgroundsbaileyton

Elysium Endeavors LLC Wilmer Bradley 1220 White Sands Road Greeneville, TN 37743 (678) 462-5744 elysiumendeavors@gmail.com elysiumrvresort.com

Mail Services/Shipping - Shopping & Specialty Retail The UPS Store 5004 Scotty Long 1113 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 798-9992 store5004@theupsstore.com

MANUFACTURING Crenlo Kevin Thompson 115 Terry Leonard Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745

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Petro Services, Inc. Sid Lester 2205 W. Stone Dr. Kingsport, TN 37660 (423) 245-4755 Scrap Guy Jeff Collins PO Box 1718 Greeneville, TN 37744-1718 (423) 798-8984 info@greenevilleironandmetals.com scrap-guy.com SoPakCo Wesley Keller 102 Coile St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-1163 wkeller@sopakcotn.com sopakcotn.com Transport Technologies, LLC Jeff Collins PO Box 1864 Greeneville, TN 37744-1864 (423) 638-3485

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AmeriScrap PO Box 1718 Greeneville, TN 37744-1718 (423) 639-1562 ameriscrap.com

Covenant Logistics Brande Tweed PO Box 938 Greeneville, TN 37744-0938 (423) 783-1300

CHASAN, LLC Ricky Shepherd 1915 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 620-7800 ricky_shepherd@chasantn.com chasantn.com

Forward Air Terry Woods PO Box 1058 Greeneville, TN 37744-1058 (423) 636-7000 forwardair.com

Dakota Packaging Solutions Steve Hartness PO Box 970 Limestone, TN 37681 (423) 257-7828 East Tennessee Iron & Metal, Inc. Jason Putnal PO Box 460 Rogersville, TN 37857 (423) 235-4119 easttniron.com J&J Warehousing Jerry Fortner 60 Bridge Burners Rd. Mosheim, TN 37818 (423) 422-4481

MANUFACTURING, PRODUCTION & WHOLESALE SumiRiko Tennessee 199 Pottertown Rd. Midway, TN 37809 (423) 422-4454

MARKETING - ADVERTISING & MEDIA Oxendine Marketing Winston Oxendine 2200 Dave Buck Rd. Johnson City, TN 37601 (423) 956-9477 winston@oxendinemarketing.com oxendinemarketing.com

Summit Companies Eric Fields 1227 Volunteer Parkway Bristol, TN 37620 (423) 274-0700 info@thesummitweb.com thesummitweb.com

MEDICAL Air Med Care Network Darren Brown 300 Airport Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (828) 541-9383 darren.brown@gmr.net amcnrep.com/msm/darren-brown

MORTGAGE BANKING FINANCE & INSURANCE Compass Mortgage Jana Riddle 3401 Mallory Lane, Ste. 100 Franklin, TN 37067 (423) 552-9080 janariddle@compmort.com compmort.com Cornerstone Home Lending Luke Wagner 218 N Main St Suite 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 (253) 677-2663 Lwagner@houseloan.com houseloan.comlukewagner Farm Credit Mid-America Ed Snodgrass 100 Nevada Ave. Greeneville, TN 37744-1090 (423) 638-8151 ed.snodgrass@e-farmcredit.com e-farmcredit.com Gateway Mortgage Matt Carter 905 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (865) 256-8265 matt.carter@gatewayloan.com gatewayloan.com/locations/greeneville-tn InterLinc Mortgage Nic Hirschy Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 329-4399 nhirschy@lincloan.com interlincmortgage.com/nick-hirschy

MCL Funding Cara Manter 65 Greenfield St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (813) 309-5626 cara@mclfunding.com mclfunding.com

NON-PROFIT Greene County Anti Drug Coalition Robert Locklear 355 Dominique Ln. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 552-1899 rwlocklear@gmail.com

OFFICE FURNITURE & SUPPLIES SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL A-Z Office Resource, Inc. Todd Coffey 1600 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Morristown, TN 37814 (800) 421-0797 Staples Matt Davis 1505 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 798-0110 matthew.davis@staples.com staples.com WorkSpace Interiors Pin-Chia Murphy 200 E. Main St., Ste. 300 Kingsport, TN 37660 (423) 392-2600 PMurphy@workspaceinteriors.com workspaceinteriors.com

OPTICAL SERVICES - HEALTH CARE Clement Eye Associates John Clement 1539 Industrial Rd., Ste. A Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-8856 clementeye@yahoo.com clementeyeassociates.com Vision Source Gloria Coffman 1310 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-6236 visionsourceofgreeneville@gmail.com visionsource-greeneville.com


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PERSONAL SERVICES - PERSONAL SERVICES & CARE ReVIDA Recovery Angelee Murray 712 Professional Plaza Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745 (844) 976-0653 greeneville@revidarecovery.com revidarecovery.com 70 & Summer Coin Laundry Pat Hankins 1045 Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 823-2079 patandm@comcast.net

PEST CONTROL, HOME & GARDEN Terminix Dustin Everette 2516 Wesley St. Johnson City, TN 37601 (423) 282-1331

PETS - PETS & VETERINARY Greeneville - Greene County Humane Society Amy Bowman PO Box 792 Greeneville, TN 37744-0792 (423) 639-4771 ggchs1976@gmail.com gchumanesociety.com

PHOTOGRAPHERS/PHOTO FINISHING/ FRAMING Illumine Photographic Services Larry Horn (423) 329-2743 larry@illumineps.com illumineps.com

PRESS/PUBLICATIONS/RADIO ADVERTISING & MEDIA GreenevilleSun.com Brian Cutshall 121 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 359-3109 brian.cutshall@greenevillesun.com

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The Greeneville Sun Paul Mauney 121 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-4181 paul.mauney@adamspg.com greenevillesun.com The High Road Agency Matt Bolas 247 Broad St., Ste. 302 Kingsport, TN 37660 (423) 900-8424 letstalk@thehighroadagency.com thehighroadagency.com WCYB, WEMT, CW Steve Flint 101 Lee St. Bristol, VA 24201 (276) 821-5250 sflint@wcyb.com wcyb.com

PRODUCTION & WHOLESALE, MANUFACTURING Bossard North America Larry Hicks 1550 Industrial Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-6661 lhicks@bossard.com bossard.com Burley Stabilization Corporation Glenna Strissel PO Box 1915 Greeneville, TN 37744 (423) 638-4239 glenna@bscleaf.com Package Express Center, Inc. Russell Israel 302 CCU Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-8057 TEVET LLC

PRINTING & TYPESETTING SERVICES - MaKinna Traylor ADVERTISING & MEDIA 310 T Elmer Cox Dr. IGOM, Inc. Joy Herman 445 Valley View Dr. Morristown, TN 37813 (888) 343-0111 interstate@musfiber.com igimorristown.com

PRINTING & TYPESETTING SERVICES - ADVERTISING & MEDIA, SIGNS & BANNERS - ADVERTISING & MEDIA Artistic Printers Jeni Donahue 2475 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-4316 artisticprinters.net Silver Star Design Co. Jason Emmette 80 Quillen Shell Rd Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 620-8205 info@SilverStarDC.com silverstardc.com TriAngle Press Hal Wisecarver 4050 N. Mohawk Rd. Mohawk, TN 37810 (423) 235-5587 tbstp@comcast.net

Greeneville, TN 37745 (678) 905-1300 makinna.lane@tevetllc.com tevetllc.com Walmart Supply Chain Ryan Walker 1655 Pottertown Rd. Midway, TN 37809 (423) 235-2300

PRODUCTION, MANUFACTURING 3M Technical Ceramics Mike Wilds 510 Midway Cir. Midway, TN 37809 (423) 422-6051 tmellenburg@mmm.com 3m.com 411 Industries Brian Hixson 1301 Old Newport Hw. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-1777 brian_hixson@aol.com 411industries.com American Greetings Corporation Scott Crawford 101 American Rd. Afton, TN 37616 (423) 639-7878

AMSEE Ltd. Scott Dinger 1915 Snapps Ferry Rd., Bldg. G Greeneville, TN 37745 (810) 869-5444 sdinger@amsee.org amsee.org Artazn Tom Wennogle PO Box 1890 Greeneville, TN 37744-1890 (423) 639-8111 artazn.com BTL Industries Mike Letts PO Box 1752 Greeneville, TN 37744 (423) 638-6171 Delfasco, LLC Tammee Rohr 1945 Scott Farm Rd. Afton, TN 37616 (423) 639-6191 delfasco.com Donaldson Company, Inc. Everett Haynie 115 Rockwell Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-4154 everett.haynie@donaldson.com donaldson.com DS Smith Bruce Korman 120 T. Elmer Cox Drive Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 787-7711 dssmith.com East Tennessee Forest Products Elliott Stott PO Box 305 Greeneville, TN 37744-0305 (423) 422-7134 Endot Industries Gary Biggs 60 Green Pond Rd. Rockaway, NJ 07866 (423) 639-8241 Everidge Larry Gothard 140 T. Elmer Cox Dr. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-8565 everidge.com

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Holston Gases Larry Larkins PO Box 127 Morristown, TN 37814 (423) 586-8011 HUF North America Michelle Myers 395 T. Elmer Cox Dr. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 787-8500 michelle.myers@huf-group.com huf-group.com Imerys Fused Minerals Greeneville, Inc. Jessica Reeves 109 Coile St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 787-0333 laura.pendleton@imerys.com imerys-fusedminerals.com John Deere Power Products Fabio Castro 1630 Hal Henard Rd. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 787-6100 MECO Mark Proffitt 1500 Industrial Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-1171 meco.net Miller/Greeneville, Inc. Rhonda Banks 711 Campbell Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 798-6160 rbanks@millerind.com millerind.com Oldcastle Building Envelope 920 Pottertown Rd. Midway, TN 37809 (423) 422-9900 treaves@obe.com obe.com Parker Jared Adams 2745 Snapps Ferry Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-8151 Parkway Products Greg Treaster 1609 Industrial Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-9141


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Green Door Real Estate Lynn Broyles 510 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 552-0120 broylesproperty@gmail.com greendoortn.com

Precision Machine & Welding Bob Cutshall 175 Holder Rd. Afton, TN 37616 (423) 638-9000 precisionmw.com

Vulcan Materials Ed Everett 1192 Lonesome Pine Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-0233

Premium Waters, Inc. Don Myers 1616 Industrial Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 787-0236 premiumwaters.com

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Profile Products, LLC Amy Brown 60 Davy Crockett Park Rd. Limestone, TN 37861 (423) 257-2051 tthompson@profileproducts.com profileproducts.com Quality Machine Products, Inc. Jeff Bullock 108 Mimosa Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-9771 Southeastern Crate Service Center Shane Patterson PO Box 416 Greeneville, TN 37744-0416 (423) 639-0187 spatterson@leonardassociates.com Titan Packaging 455 T. Elmer Cox Dr. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 812-0405 doug.mckee@titan-box.com titan-box.com Unaka John Owens 1500 Industrial Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 278-1443 jowens@unaka.com unaka.com

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M&P Properties Matthew McKeever 502 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (931) 787-3409 matt.mckeever1@gmail.com

PROPERTY LEASING & MANAGEMENT - REAL ESTATE, MOVING & STORAGE, REAL ESTATE SERVICES - REAL ESTATE, MOVING & STORAGE Bewley Properties, Inc. Kent Bewley PO Box 459 Greeneville, TN 37744 (423) 638-6971 bewleykd@aol.com Parrish Properties Debbie Wilson 1009 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 798-0164 debbie@parrishpropertynow.com

RADIO STATION WGRV/WIKQ/WSMG Ron Metcalf PO Box 278 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-4147 news@greeneville.com

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US Nitrogen Dylan Charles 471 Pottertown Rd. Midway, TN 37809 (423) 422-2040 usnitrogen.com

C.L.A.S.S. Classic Land & Auction Service Specialists Eddie Yokley 140 W. Bernard Ave., Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-0881 eddieyokley@yahoo.com classauction.us

Vooner FloGard Randy Broce 475 T. Elmer Cox Dr. Greeneville, TN 37744-0129 (423) 638-2211 info@vooner.com

Century 21 Legacy Jamie Skeen 95 N. Rufe Taylor Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-6781 myc21legacy.com

& Auction Team Bill Brown 210 W. Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 525-5341 bill@greenevilleteam.com greenevilleteam.com Hometown Realty of Greeneville Brad Johnston 514 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-2345 bandg89@gmail.com hometownofgreeneville.com Kim Hock 475 Smith Mill Rd Chuckey, TN 37641 (864) 553-0303 kimhockrocks@gmail.com Northeast Tennessee Association of Realtors Darlene Mullins 105 Tri City Business Park Dr. Gray, TN 37615 (423) 477-0040 netar@netar.us netar.us Preferred Properties of East Tennessee, Inc. Lucia Fillers 210 W. Church St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 783-0051 info@preferredpropertieseasttn.com preferredpropertieseasttn.com Property Experts Greeneville Rebecca Rideout 104 Sam Doak Street Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 787-0040 becky@propertyexpertstn.com Realty Executives/East Tennessee Realtors of Greeneville Vickie Ricker 1332 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-3465 vickiericker@realtyexecutives.com searchgreeneville.com

Rebecca Mitchell Spring Mountain Realty, PLLC 229 Main St. Bean Station, TN 37708 (423) 677-0034 becca@springmountainrealty.com Southbound Real Estate Lindsey Cutshaw 218 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 823-9082 southboundtn@gmail.com southboundtn.com Southern Pride Realty Teresa Jones 1104 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 314 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-1200 tj9313@yahoo.com southernpriderealty.com The Addington Agency Regie Jones 600 Tusculum Blvd., Ste. 2 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 470-3131 RegieJones.com

Catalyst Coffee Company 103 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 588-5146 catalyst@catalystcoffeecompany.com Chick-Fil-A Mitch Edge 2645 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 787-2035 04522@chick-fil-a.com chickfila.com County Line Pie Jamie Dove 5641 Erwin Hwy. Chuckey, TN 37641 (423) 525-4294 jamie@themainstreetpizzacompany.com countylinepie.com Creamy Cup Eric & Lynette Price 885 Erwin Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 525-4469 creamycup@gmail.com

Tri County Real Estate, LLC Renee Dunbar 90 McIntosh Lane Bulls Gap, TN 37711 (423) 235-5550 tcrenow@gmail.com tcrealestateonline.com

Davy Crockett TA Travel Center Jason Brandon 195 Van Hill Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 234-4451 tagreenevilleweb@gmail.com tagreeneville.com

Whitetail Properties Real Estate David Cantrell 1390 Rollins Chapel Rd Greeneville, TN 37745 (828) 330-7778 David.cantrell@whitetailproperties.com whitetailproperties.com/agents/davidcantrell

Fatz Café Lorraine Manfre 3104 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 787-9090 fatzgreeneville@fatz.com fatz.com

RESTAURANTS - RESTAURANTS, FOOD & BEVERAGES Bojangles’ Famous Chicken & Biscuits Stephanie Gregg 3240 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 636-1021 greateatsatbos.com Captain D’s Seafood Kitchen Kyle Moore 245 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-6311 captainds.com

Little Top Drive-Thru Keith Paxton 507 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-9800 keithwpaxton@gmail.com Mamma T’s Eat & Treats Elizabeth Tinkham 200 Bohannon Ave. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 609-7796 mammatseats@yahoo.com McDonald’s Kelly Holt 107 Austin St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-3277


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McDonald’s Kelly Holt 504 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 636-2673 McDonald’s Kelly Holt 35 Speedway Ln. Bulls Gap, TN 37711 423-235-7000 Nova’s Sushi Bar & Grille NuNu Thirakul 1337 Tusculum Blvd., #20 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 588-5424 novasushi@gmail.com Old Oak Taproom Paula Broyles 665 Erwin Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 552-8701 oldoaktaproom@gmail.com Pizza Inn Kyle Moore 275 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-2000 gfoodsinc@earthlink.net The Salsa’s Restaurant Javier Olivares 625 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 787-0800 javsb1@gmail.com The Tannery Downtown Donna McInturff 117 E. Depot St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-2772 Top Choice BBQ Amanda Preston 919 W. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 620-0567 topchoicebbq@hotmail.com topchoicebbq.com

RV, AUTOMOTIVE - AUTOMOTIVE & MARINE Tri-Am RV Center of East Tennessee Laura Perkins 1202 Idell Rd. Bulls Gap, TN 37711 (423) 235-1167 l.perkins@triamrv.com triamrv.com

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SECURITY SERVICES - PERSONAL SERVICES & CARE, BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES A Services Group, LLC Walter Glenn 613 Asheville Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-1016 wglenn@aservicesgroup.com

SECURITY/FIRE ALARMS/ COMMUNICATION SYSTEM New Age Alarms Barbara Richard PO Box 844 Greeneville, TN 37744-0844 (423) 639-6635 service@newagealarms.com newagealarms.com

SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL A Wig Shoppe Sharon Owenby 403 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 609-1387 owenbysharon@yahoo.com

Summer Street Pawn Shop Michael Cansler 510 Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-4447 The Whiskey and Sage House Denise Coffey 554 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (731) 602-2232 whiskeyandsagehouse@gmail.com

SHOPPING & SPECIALTY RETAIL, RENTALS Rent-A-Center John Wilson 1511 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 820-8167 rentacenter.com

SHOPPING & SPECIALTY TRADE Quality Trophy & Engraving Mike Burleson 3300 W. Market St. Johnson City, TN 37604 (423) 928-3307

Greeneville Self Storage Michelle Loven PO Box 636 Greeneville, TN 37744-0636 (423) 636-1112 greenevilleselfstorage.com

TITLE SERVICES - LEGAL Greene County Title Company Susan Lamson 518 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-0683 tonis@greenecountytitle.com greenecountytitle.com Reliable Title & Escrow, LLC Melissa Neesen 716 Professional Plaza Dr. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-2100 mneesen@rte-llc.com rte-llc.com Unified Title & Escrow, Inc. Lynn Griffin 122 Village Dr., Ste. 1 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-0002 lynn.griffin@unifiedtitle.net unifiedtitle.net

SHOPPING/SPECIALTY RETAIL Elevate Ashley Leonard 129 N. Main St., Suite A Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 609-9914 hello@elevateonmain.net elevateonmain.net Gilley’s Western Store Greg Gilley 7960 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy. Mosheim, TN 37818 (423) 422-6800 gilleyswesternstore@yahoo.com Merle Norman Tamara Wilcox 819 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-9612 mngreeneville@outlook.com Radio Shack Jeffrey Pederson 2055 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy., Ste. 5 Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-5462 ee3@jeffpederson.com

Jeff’s Sawdust and Rust Jeff Stubblefield 255 Falcons Nest Afton, TN 37616 (423) 470-4287 j.sawdustandrust@gmail.com jeffssawdustandrust.shop

SIGNS & BANNERS - ADVERTISING & MEDIA Stafford Custom Graphics, LLC Jay Stafford PO Box 355 Jonesborough, TN 37659 (423) 753-6911 jstafford@staffordcustomgraphics.com staffordcustomgraphics.com

STORAGE - REAL ESTATE, MOVING & STORAGE Greeneville Mini Warehouses Mark Williams 93 N. Rufe Taylor Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-6781 mark.williams@century21.com

TRAVEL AGENCIES - LODGING & TRAVEL Cruise Planners Kristin Small 765 Henard Rd Greeneville, TN 37743 (855) 278-9377 ksmall@cruiseplanners.com worldcruiseplanners.com

UTILITIES - PUBLIC UTILITIES & ENVIRONMENT Admiral Propane Amy Mesinger 1145 Forest St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 639-7945 apg@admiralpropane.com admiralpropane.com Atmos Energy Jonathan Barnett 1231 Technology Way Morristown, TN 37813 (423) 341-2206 atmosenergy.com

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Davis H. Elliot Company, Inc. Brian Sarrett 673 Blue Sky Pkwy. Lexington, KY 40509 (859) 977-5838 bsarrett@davishelliot.com Glen Hills Utility District Gary Hoese PO Box 399 Greeneville, TN 37744-0399 (423) 639-8622 glenhills@comcast.net Greeneville Light & Power System Chuck Bowlin 110 N College St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 636-6200 glps.net Greeneville Water Commission Laura White 516 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 638-3148 Marsh Propane Chris Marsh 253 Baileyton Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-7226

VETERINARIANS - PETS & VETERINARY Duckworth Animal Hospital Lee Duckworth 701 N. Main St. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-5382 dwanimalhospital@comcast.net Greene County Veterinary Medical Center Doug Woolsey 247 Baileyton Rd. Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 639-1621

WHOLESALE - MANUFACTURING, PRODUCTION & WHOLESALE, MANUFACTURING & PRODUCTION H.T. Hackney Company Scott Tutterow PO Box 1398 Johnson City, TN 37605-1398 (423) 926-6175


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1 Team Wellness .....................................................................................................128 A Services Group ....................................................................................................128 Antiques Guide .........................................................................................................36 Apartment Guide.....................................................................................................135 Apex Bank ................................................................................................................59 Assisted Living Guide ................................................................................................36 Automotive Guide................................................................................................42, 43 "ACHMAN "ERNARD #HEVROLET s "UICK s '-# s #ADILLAC ....................................................2 Ballad Health..........................................................................................................164 Baileyton Guide ......................................................................................................137 Beauty Salon & More Guide......................................................................................36 BenchMark Physical Therapy ...................................................................................131 Boutiques & More Guide...........................................................................................65 Building & Construction Guide ............................................................... 103, 104, 105 Bulls Gap Guide........................................................................................................75 Business & Service Guide.............................................................................55, 56, 57 Captain D’s Seafood Kitchen.....................................................................................17 Childhood Education Guide.......................................................................................80 Church Guide......................................................................................................28, 29 City of Tusculum ........................................................................................................31 Clubs & Organizations Guide...................................................................................127 Community Insurance ...............................................................................................70 Community Pharmacy ...............................................................................................39 Corley’s Pharmacy.....................................................................................................47 County Officials Guide...............................................................................................27 Dance & Gymnastics Guide ......................................................................................18 Dental Guide.......................................................................................................98, 99 Doughty-Stevens Funeral Home.................................................................................39 Eastman Credit Union ...............................................................................................11 Electrical Guide.......................................................................................................137 Farm Bureau-Trey Youngblood....................................................................................47 Farm Equipment & Supplies Guide ...........................................................................15 Financial Guide.............................................................................................. 108, 109 Fitness Guide............................................................................................................49 Funeral Home Guide ...................................................................................... 106, 107 Golf Guide ................................................................................................................71 Got, LTCI, LLC-Phyllis Shelton, CLTC Greene County Partnership..................................51 Greene County Partnership Membership Directory .....................................................37 Greene County Schools.............................................................................................64 Greeneville City Schools............................................................................................66 Greeneville Federal Bank.........................................................................................163 Greeneville Fit Club ...................................................................................................12 Greeneville Light & Power System............................................................................148 Greeneville Oil...........................................................................................................23 Greeneville Real Estate & Auction Team Greeneville Water Commission......................51 Greeneville Water Commission ..................................................................................25 Health & Wellness Guide........................................................................ 32, 33, 34, 35

Heating & Air Guide ..................................................................................................77 Hite Construction Company.....................................................................................140 Humana....................................................................................................................17 Industry Guide ..............................................................................................94, 95, 96 Insurance Guide............................................................................................. 146, 147 Investment Services Guide ......................................................................................125 Jaynes Flooring .......................................................................................................143 Jeffers Funeral & Cremation Service ..........................................................................78 JetPro Aerospace & Defense .....................................................................................70 Lawn & Landscaping Guide.......................................................................................86 Legacy Fine Jewelers ...............................................................................................134 Legal Guide.............................................................................................................136 Life Care Center of Greeneville ................................................................................101 Link Hills Country Club ..............................................................................................63 Local Business Guide..............................................................................................132 Lynn Hope Towing......................................................................................................52 McIntosh & Lee Insurance...........................................................................................3 McInturff, Milligan & Brooks, Inc................................................................................65 Morning Pointe Assisted Living ................................................................................100 New Age Alarms ........................................................................................................78 Nolichuckey Heat & Air............................................................................................112 Nursing Home Guide...............................................................................................116 Oil & Lube Guide ....................................................................................................117 Parkway Products....................................................................................................134 Pet Care Guide..........................................................................................................88 Pharmacy Guide .......................................................................................................20 Pizza Inn ...................................................................................................................17 Plumbing & Septic Guide ..........................................................................................69 Printing Guide ...........................................................................................................18 Reader’s Choice Awards ................................................................... 81, 82, 83, 84, 85 Real Estate Guide .........................................................................................44, 45, 46 Recreational Guide ...................................................................................................91 Restaurant Guide ....................................................................................................110 2OBERTS &URNITURE s "EDDING s 'IFTS............................................................................112 Security & Communications Guide ..........................................................................113 Smile Solutions.......................................................................................................141 Staffing Guide.........................................................................................................115 State Farm, Lisa Crum...............................................................................................87 State of Franklin Healthcare Assoc. ...........................................................................90 Tax Guide ....................................................................................................... 118, 119 Unity Urology ............................................................................................................87 Veterinarian Guide...................................................................................................120 Walters State Community College..............................................................................89 Wedding Guide ...................................................................................................72, 73 Wine & Spirits Guide...............................................................................................124


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