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Elaine Howard, Family Nurse Practitioner Fairfield Glade Clinic of Cookeville Regional
Howard has over 40 yearsâ€™ experience in health care. In addition, specialty physi-
cians from Cookeville Regional are routinely available in the clinic each week so that patients will have the convenience of seeing them in the Fairfield Glade area instead of traveling to Cookeville for every visit. Specialists available in the clinic include: cardiologists, orthopedic surgeons, a pulmonary medicine specialist, gastroenterologist, and a general/vascular surgeon along with other specialists in the future. The clinic is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. â€œAs a regional referral medical center, it is important for our hospital to expand its services to other communities,â€? said Dr. Menachem Langer, CEO of Cookeville Regional. â€œWeâ€™ve also opened a specialty clinic in Livingston to provide cardiology
services there. Community outreach is important to us and we are pleased to offer these services in other communities.â€?
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)<C?#'#D1.;-9264#E/2+-7-78-9/.0#7"#14;#31:3>#F#G1>.#H--,4-? My earliest memories about sports has the name and face of John Teeples in a prominent place. He was the head football coach at my alma mater, Celina High School, from before I can remember. I was blessed to have him as my coach, as well as mentor. He lived a $%&#&'()*+ wonderful life. #()*+,-". He died in June at the age of 86, bringing to an end a career that spanned his entire life. Even though he quit coaching over 30 years ago, he never quit encouraging people, young and old, to do their best. To me, he was a coach right up to the end. He was one of the â€œGreatest Generation.â€? He served in the Navy in WWII. His career as an educator and coach began after graduating Tennessee Tech University with a degree in Biology. I loved being in his classes. He taught like he coached. He used â€œtough loveâ€? in everything. He demanded your best effort and we gave it at his command. I donâ€™t know of a soul who â€œplayedâ€? for him who would not run through a brick wall at his suggestion. Due to his coaching style, he was ultra successful. He would beat your brains out and make you like it. He had the respect of every opposing coach he ever faced, most of which often â€œwhipping boysâ€? for his superior teams. He coached football, boys and girls basketball without an assistant and without a coaching supplement. He knew how to develop players and he was a great game-day coach. It was his game and he was in total control. In addition to being a legendary high school coach, he started little league baseball in his hometown and
The late coach John Teeples is shown as he sees the plaque erected on his behalf, on the night the football field was named in his honor.
later coached and sponsored there. I have heard my cousin Karl Napier say, that he was a Cardinal fan way back, for no other reason than they were Coachâ€™s team. That was the kind of influence he had on people. I played football and basketball for him. He could make you nervous for sure, but he could also get a level of play out of you that you didnâ€™t know you had. All this I am writing about him is being read by people who never knew him. He was not from Crossville and we did not play Crossville. Most of my readers are not natives of Tennessee, but I know you will appreciate the kind of man Coach Teeples was. Perhaps this story will make you think of your old high school coach. Right up to the moment I walked down the aisle helping to carry his casket as a pall bearer, I thought of how I would miss him. He has been a constant in my life since I was a little boy. I will miss shaking Mr. Teeplesâ€™ hand and seeing that optimistic smile and hearing him say,â€œHow you doing, Don?â€? and knowing he meant it. But most of all, Iâ€™ll miss the stories -- he could take you back 50 years in an instant with a story about â€œPunkinâ€? Smith or Charles Vaughn or Earl Davis.
For years we have all used Coach Teeples as our â€œsourceâ€? when we wanted to know something about the old days. He was a walking dictionary of Clay County sports. Folks, that is lost forever. He was also a lifetime fan and supporter himself. That is something we sometimes forget about. He will be missed. Kevin Donaldson, my longtime editor when I owned the newspaper in Celina many years ago, may have said it best.â€œWe donâ€™t have any more like him coming along, and may never again - a man who contributed in SO MANY DIFFERENT AVENUES in life. I know several folks who contribute greatly in one or two fields, but his body of work is almost unbelievable when you stop and take it all in: educator and coach, military service, successful businessman, civic leader in multiple fields, elected official, and just an overall fine man. He served his community, school and nation almost as long as many people live. My only regret in knowing him is that I did not know him better.â€? NOTE - He is survived by son Patrick Teeples, an assistant principal at Stone Memorial High School in Crossville.
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A long-time acquaintance of mine who became a good friend over the years, Ken Burnett, died recently after a long illness. He was a regular at Mitchellâ€™s Drug Storeâ€™s roundtable until his health got to the point that he was no longer able to make the trip in to town. We miss him. Born during the Great Depression in 1927 to a farmer and a housewife, Ken spent his early childhood living in an era of hard times and he was quick to tell you about it. â€œWe were poor, but I didnâ€™t know it at the time because everyone else
was, too,â€? he said.â€œI delivered papers, sold rosebud salve, anything to make just a nickel.â€? After graduating from Cumberland County High School in 1945, Burnett immediately entered the Navy. Before his military duty would end, he served in China at the end of World War II and in the Korean War, reporting for active duty in 1951. In 1959, Burnett became a licensed pilot and began flying his own plane to many of the places he visited for !""#(I!E)JK*+##$%"&/
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to activate treatment of a heart attack sooner than ever before. Once the ambulance staff determines through an EKG that the patient is having a heart attack, they are now able to activate the “heart team” of cardiologists and cardiac catheterization staff at Cookeville Regional from the field. That way, patients arrive at the hospital with the team waiting on them to immediately begin the procedure to stop the heart attack. The gold standard for stopping a heart attack is 90 minutes according to the American College of Cardiology. The Heart and Vascular Center at Cookeville Regional is averaging 43 minutes from the time the patient arrives at the hospital to the time that their heart attack is stopped. By working together with EMS personnel, we are reducing the amount of time it takes to stop a heart attack,” continued Dr. Langer. “We recently had a patient from this area whose heart attack was stopped within 70 minutes from the time EMS did his EKG in Cumberland County to the time that his heart attack was stopped in the cardiac cath lab. That’s including the time it took to travel to Cookeville and to do the procedure. That’s a phenomenal time. Of course, the best result is that the patient is doing very well and is already getting back to his normal activities.”
(left to right) Jill Bolling, CRMC Director of Business Development and Fairfield Glade Clinic Director; Dr. Jeff Gleason, CRMC Chief Medical Officer; Brad Fox, Crossville-Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce; Bob Stackhouse, President of the Fairfield Glade Community Club Board of Directors; Dr. Sullivan Smith, CRMC Board of Trustee and Medical Staff President; J.H. Graham, III, Mayor of Crossville; David Hatcher, CRMC Board of Trustee; CRMC CEO Dr. Menachem Langer; Dr. Timothy Fournet, CRMC Cardiologist; Drue Huffines, CRMC Board of Trustee Chairman; Pete Cahill, Fairfield Glade Community Club Board of Directors and the clinic’s Family Nurse Practitioner Elaine Howard.
Cumberland River Acquisition
Not only has Cookeville Regional expanded into Cumberland County, but the medical center is also purchasing Cumberland River Hospital in Celina. We are looking forward to having Cumberland River Hospital as a part of our system of health care services,” continued Dr. Langer. “This acquisition will be a win-win for both hospitals. We are able to further expand our reach into the region while Cumberland River Hospital and its patients will get the benefit of being a part of a larger organization with additional resources and services. “Because of uncertainties in today’s health care environment, more
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A 247-bed regional referral center that is home to over 200 physicians representing 40 medical and surgical specialties, Cookeville Regional Medical Center is an award-winning facility recognized nationally and more independent hospitals are for quality care. As a matter of fact, exploring options to join with others,” the medical center has been named continued Dr. Langer. “With health the top rated hospital in Tennessee care reform looming in our future, it for cardiac care, vascular surgery and is imperative that we take steps now orthopedic services by HealthGrades to secure our position so that we may in 2012. Additionally, the hospital is continue our mission to provide high one of America’s 100 Best Hospitals quality health care now and into the in these specialty areas as well as future.” spine surgery, and just last month, Cookeville Regional was ranked #2 in New Psychiatric Facility the state for patient safety by ConAlso on the horizon for Cookevsumer Reports. ille Regional is the opening of a new Our top priority here is qualpsychiatric facility within the medical ity care,” said Dr. Langer. “We are center. pleased to have such outstanding This summer Ten Broeck Tenquality ratings but we don’t rest on nessee is opening a ’32-bed hospital our laurels. We work every day to be within a hospital’ in a wing of our sure our care is top notch.” hospital and will be providing mental
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!9/<:/.#J=/7#5>:7,L#*77:#5:/.#/?# 09:.;:60><-9#12#591??A/44-#316,4Emma Cain, granddaughter to Fairfield Glade residents Betty and Marv Mrnka, was recently named the ‘National Swim Champion in Great Britain, winning the over-all “ Bagcat’’ award for her age group. She won four gold medals (100 meter breast stroke, 200 meter breast stroke, 200 meter individual medley, and 400 meter individual relay). She
set two National and three Southeast Regional records in Great Britain. Each year the British Gas Company gives the BAGCAT award to the overall swimming champion for the five day competition. Because of her many swimming awards Emma was chosen to participate in the ‘’ British Olympic Trials 2012’’. She was the youngest swimmer to swim in the trials.
of directors for more than 25 years. Local artist turns He served on the board of directors at plastic and paper into Cumberland Medical Center, repreone-of-a-kind woven “art” sented the Crossville Airport CommitCuban artist Louis Rives and his tee as chairman for which he received wife Maria dropped by the Crossville a Distinguished Service Award from Life office a few weeks ago, to show the city and work with the Crossvilleoff his woven rug/wall hanging that Cumberland County Chamber of he created, using over 43,000 pieces Commerce. of plastic grocery bags, florist tape, In a story about Ken that appeared masking paper. While I struggle to in The Crossville Chronicle before his give it a name, Louis calls it a sign death, Ken said,“It’s been a privilege to serve on a board with fine people such as at Highland Federal and the hospital,” Burnett stated.“It has been a very satisfying experience.” Ken was known at Mitchells as the “resident Republican.”There was nothing I loved better than to listen to him and chief Democrat Tom Looney tear into an issue. Ken could hold his own. He is missed. Louis and Maria Rives are shown with his current “sign” at the Crossville Life office.
work. This was a dream come true, Burnett stated. “I’ve always enjoyed flying,” he said.“I can remember when I was little and I would have an opportunity to go to the airport out here, I would go every opportunity just to be near a plane, just to touch one. The magic of flying was very great to me.” Ken was active right up until the end, always finding time to give for the things that were important Ken Burnette to him. He became involved with Highland Federal Savings and Loan serving on its board
Emma’s strongest event is the Breast Stroke and her coaches feel she has a bright future and potential for the
2016 Olympics. Emma and her parents, Suzanne Mrnka Cain and Steve Cain live in Chiddingfold, England. and it took him six months to complete. Louis says he has made several “signs” since moving to Crossville 14 years ago from Cleveland, Ohio. This new sign, he says, is his largest. The message is filled with chosen bible verses and other religious icons. He uses the same weaving technique to make other items, including a small basket that we bought from him for $10. It is an art he learned from his father when he was 13 years old and he will make custom signs if you would like to hire him to do so. This particular one (in the photo) is not for sale. He said that it would take six months to build one like it. Starting in 2001, he made one of his “signs” from nearly 6,000 packs of cigerettes. He sold it. If you are interested in Louis making you one of his “signs”, call him at 210-0368 or 216-785-6631.
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2/-=%,3%;<16/E0/-=-%3,+%FE/+!%10G%#0EG1%*0/5/6%,3%*H@* Cardiology Mariano Battaglia, MD Tennessee Heart 228 W. Fourth St., Ste. 200 Cookeville, TN 38501 931-372-0405 or 888-391-0048 M.D., Universitaâ€™ degli Studi di Torino, Italy, 1987; Internal Medicine residency, Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh, PA, 1991; Cardiology fellowship, St. Francis Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, 1993; Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Medicine; Board Eligible in Nuclear Cardiology; Fellow, American College of Cardiology. Timothy Fournet, MD Tennessee Heart 228 W. Fourth St., Ste. 200 Cookeville, TN 38501 931-372-0405 or 888-391-0048 M.D., Louisiana State University School of Medicine, 1989; Residency, Baptist Memorial Hospital, University of Tennessee, Memphis, 1991; Chief Resident/Internal Medicine, Baptist Memorial Hospital, University of Tennessee, Memphis, 1992; Fellowship in Cardiology, Western Pennsylvania Hospital, 1996; Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiology; Fellow, American College of Cardiology (FACC). Thomas Little, MD Tennessee Heart 228 W. Fourth St., Ste. 200 Cookeville, TN 38501 931-372-0405 or 888-391-0048 M.D., Medical College of Georgia, 1981; Residency
in Internal Medicine, State University of New York at Buffalo; Fellowship in Cardiology Research, State University of New York at Buffalo; Fellowship in Cardiology, Emory University; Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology, Washington Hospital Center; Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Diseases, Nuclear Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology. Gary Reynolds, MD Tennessee Heart 228 W. Fourth St., Ste. 200 Cookeville, TN 38501 931-372-0405 or 888-391-0048 M.D., University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, Texas, 1980; Internal Medicine Residency, Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, Texas; Fellowship in Cardiology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas; Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease; Fellow, American College of Cardiology; Member, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, American Society of Echocardiography
Orthopedics Gregory Roberts, MD Tier 1 Orthopedic & Neurosurgical Institute 105 S. Willow Ave, Cookeville, TN 38501 931-526-9518 or 888-MR BONES M.D., University of Tennessee at Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee, 1999; Orthopedic Surgery Residence, University of Tennessee at Memphis, Campbell Clinic, Memphis, Tennessee; Board Certified in Orthopedics; Member, American Medical Association, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
John Turnbull, MD Tier 1 Orthopedic & Neurosurgical Institute 105 S. Willow Ave, Cookeville, TN 38501 931-526-9518 M.D., Vanderbilt University, 1995; Internship in general surgery, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Winston Salem, North Carolina, 1996; Orthopaedic surgery residency, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Winston Salem, North Carolina, 1999; Board Certified in Orthopedic Surgery; Member, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Medical Association.
Urology Quinton Cancel, MD Upper Cumberland Urology Associates, PC 320 North Oak Ave Cookeville, TN 38501 931-528-5547 or 800-255-7763 http://www.ucurology.com M.D., Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, NC; General Surgery Internship, Duke University Medical Center; Urological Surgery Residency, Duke University Medical Center; Member, American Urological Association
Pulmonology Hima Kona, MD Cookeville Regional Medical Group 1 Medical Center Blvd, Pro. Office Building, Ste 102 Cookeville, TN 38501 931-783-2143
M.D., Kurnool Medical College; Internal Medicine Residency, Coney Island Hospital, NY; Fellowship Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine; State University, NY; Board Certified in Pulmonary, Critical Care and Internal Medicine.
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Gastroenterology Michael Zelig, MD Cookeville Regional Medical Group - Gastroenterology Consultants 438 North Whitney Ave Cookeville, TN 38501 931-783-2616 M.D., State University of New York, Syracuse, NY, 1988; Internal Medicine residency, Montefiore Medical Center/North Central Bronx Hospital, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY; Irving Clinical Research Fellowship-Gastroenterology, Lahey Clinic, Harvard Medical School, Burlington, MA; Clinical Fellowship-Gastroenterology, Lahey Clinic/New England Deaconess Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Burlington and Boston, MA; Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology
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he was selected to the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical Honor Society. He performed his surgical residency at East Tennessee State University as well as a clinical fellowship in surgical research. Dr. Huddleston also served twice as a medical officer in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2006 to 2009. He remains an active member of the 278th Armored Calvary Regiment, Tennessee Army National Guard as a field surgeon with the rank of Major. Dr. Huddleston, his wife Ammie and his two sons Carter and Austin. Dr. Huddleston began seeing patients in Cookeville in August and may be reached at Middle Tennessee Surgical Specialists by calling 931-528-1992.
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Dr. Charles T. Huddleston, general and bariatric surgeon at Cookeville Regional
Medical Center, will be presenting a free community seminar about the bariatric surgery options now available at Cookeville Regional. The seminar will be held on Tuesday, August 21 from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. Anyone interested in learning more about surgical options for weight loss are encouraged to attend. Seating is limited. Please call the CRMC Education Center at 931783-2587 to reserve a seat.
Cookeville Regional’s Mended Hearts Group Donates AED
The Mended Hearts Support Group at Cookeville Regional Medical Center donated an automatic external defibrillator (AED) to the Fairfield Glade Clinic of Cookeville Regional. One of the largest chapters in the United States, the Cookeville Chapter 127 of Mended Hearts has been actively involved with the heart program at Cookev-
(left to right) Jill Bolling, CRMC Director of Business Development and Clinic Director; Dr. Sullivan Smith, CRMC Medical Staff President; Mended Hearts member Blanche Smithers; Family Nurse Practitioner Elaine Howard, Fairfield Glade Clinic; Mended Hearts President Pharoah Smithers; CRMC CEO Dr. Menachem Langer and Mended Hearts member Lou Thomason.
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ille Regional Medical Center since 1997. Mended Hearts is a non-profit service organization of persons with heart disease, including persons recovering from heart attacks, angioplasty or open heart surgery, and their families. Members give hope and encouragement to others by providing living proof that persons with heart disease can live full, productive lives. Mended Hearts meets the third Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in Education Room 2 at CRMC in Cookeville. For more information about The Mended Hearts program at Cookeville Regional, please call Pharoah Smithers at 931-526-4497 or visit their website at www.mendedhearts127.org. The Fairfield Glade Clinic is providing primary care services for minor illnesses and injuries. With over 40 years’ experience in health care, family nurse practitioner Elaine Howard is available daily Monday through Friday. In addition, specialty physicians from Cookeville Regional Medical Center are routinely available in the clinic each week so that patients will have the convenience of seeing them in the Fairfield Glade area instead of traveling to Cookeville for every visit. Specialists available in the clinic include: cardiologists, orthopedic surgeons, a pulmonary medicine specialist, gastroenterologist, and a general/vascular surgeon along with other specialists in the future. To schedule an appointment with the clinic or for more information, call 931-484-3050. Walk-ins are welcome for primary care visits. Hours are Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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591??A/44-#'/9,19<#%,-.#K16?-#P#N4"F).#/?#?4:<-;#219#J-,<R#ST The date has been set for the always-popular City of Crossville Airport Open House & Fly-In, city officials announced this week. The annual event is held at Crossville Memorial Airport, Whitson Field. â€œThis yearâ€™s event is scheduled for Saturday,Sept. 29, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.â€?, said city marketing director Billy Loggins,â€œand will feature a wide range of events including vintage war planes and other planes on static display and the opportunity to ride in several different airplanes.â€? â€œBring your lawn chairs and umbrellas, and plan to spend the day,â€? said Chris Bennett, Crossville Fixed Base Operator.â€œThere will be food and drink for sale and we will have inflatables for the smaller kids.â€? It has not been finalized, but
plans are underway to have an open cockpit plane available for rides. Last year the fly-in had an open cockpit 1930 Stearman on site. Watch the local newspapers for more information on
this yearâ€™s fly-in. Other rides will be in a P-51 Mustang. There will also have a Cobra Helicopter and a Jet Ranger available for rides. Registration will be required to ride these planes, but there is no charge to register. The airport, which dates back to 1934, celebrated its â€œofficialâ€? 75th anniversary in 2009. It has a rich history, and has served as the training ground for many a student pilot. Crossville Memorial Airport has been honored by the state of Tennessee for its commitment to quality, and continually strives to keep facilities up to date. â€œThis is always a well-attended event and we expect another big crowd for this yearâ€™s Fly-In and Air Show. We hope everyone will mark their calendars now to be with us
G1/.<#-2219<?#9-?64<#/.#34-:.-9#?<9-:7?L#4-??#96.122# 2917#91:;?#:.;#,:9@/.0#41<?#:<#5-.<-../:4#(:9@ To commemorate the cityâ€™s Centennial Park as a wetlands and aquatic habitat, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held recently as representatives from TWRA, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, Obed Watershed and the Tennessee Dept. of Environment and Conservation gathered for the event. For more than a year, many dedicated volunteers have worked fervently at Centennial Park making remarkable improvements to three storm water
drainage areas that flow into a creek that is a tributary to the Obed Wild and Scenic River. This work will help slow the runoff from the roads, parking lots and commercial areas surrounding the park and significantly improved the biological integrity of the streams. â€œGreat partnerships make great things happen,â€? said Crossville Mayor J.H. Graham II.â€œIâ€™m very proud of these organizations and their willingness to provide Crossville with their expertise
The building formerly known as FNB/Regions Bank, will soon be home to The City of Crossville. All offices from 99 Municipal Avenue along with Codes and Engineering are expected to move. Council will take place at the new location. Once the move is complete, The Police Dept. will occupy the current city hall. City Court will continue to be held at the Municipal Ave. office. The new City Hall is located at 392 N. Main Street (across from the Main Street Church of Christ).
and advice.â€? Centennial Park is a 67 acre complex located in the heart of Crossville.
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One of the top golf tournaments in this county is now accepting teams. Played at the gorgeous Lake Tansi Village Golf Course, the Crossville Invitational will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 3rd. Lake Tansiâ€™s golf course is in the best shape in years, fairways are thick and the greens are lightning fast. The cost is $75 a person or $300 per team and it is limited the first 30 teams. There will be a pre-tournament Demo Day hosted by Callaway and Titleist. There will be no better time to get to hit balls with some of the best clubs on the market then go play golf on one of the best courses on the market. Entry checks can be made to City of Crossville. For more info or to register your team, call Billy Loggins @ 787-1956 or email him at billy. firstname.lastname@example.org
again on September,â€? Loggins said. â€œSince last yearâ€™s fly-in, we have constructed 16 new T-Hangars. We also installed a new 12,000 gallon, above-ground AV-gas fuel farm. The system has self-fueling capabilities for pilots,â€? Bennett said.â€œWe have also received a grant to replace the runway lights,â€? he said. Admission to the 2012 Airport Open House and Fly-In is FREE. 4%,05"//6.(7#8'(-*921&:
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CITY OF CROSSVILLE NEWS +-</9/.0#2917#H>-#5/<"#12#591??A/44John Bilbrey
Capt. John Bilbrey, has retired (August 3rd) from his job with the City of Crossville after nearly 27 years on the job. Bilbrey, who came to work for Crossville in Sept. 1985, was a patrol officer before taking his last assignment as School Resource Officer at Martin Elementary. He is married to Lisa Bilbrey, a corrections officer for Cumberland County, where she works at the Jus-
art of performance to the students and seniors of the community. In 2011 they assumed the organization and presentation of the annual Cumberland Mountain Storytelling Festival established by Judy Pearson and the Crossville Arts Council. PAART is also very proud to be a founding Partner in the Shanks Center for the Arts in Crossville.
Board of Directors
The current PAART Board consists of Debra Mendenhall, Denise Martin, Regina Hurst, Paul Kanchier, and Louise Burman.
tice Center. They have two daughters, Jenny Jo, age 22, and Kati, 19.
Crew Leader at the Water & Sewer Transmission Maintenance Department, Bobby Dyer, retired August 8th after 34 years on the job. He always worked in Utilities Maintenance. He is married to Virginia Dyer. He has four sons: John Rimes, Darrell Rimes, Jayson Rimes and Donal Oakes.
A key helper is Judy Pearson. For years, Walt Riches has taken photographs for the PAART archives. Deb adds,â€œAnd we give a huge thanks to Terry Ashburn and the staff of the Palace Theatre: without them PAART could not do what we do.â€?
The first Water Fest & Family Fun Day, held on July 7th at Meadow Park Lake, was a great success, as lots of people of all ages turned out to enjoy the nature tours, boat races, wildlife exhibits and water sports. The Water Fest was sponsored by Obed Watershed Community Assoc. and hosted by The City of Crossville. Lots of children enjoyed the opportunity to experience canoe and kayak rides as well as enjoy the city-owned lake. Plans are already underway for the event next year. (Photos by Walt Riches)
Schedule of Performances
For PAARTâ€™s exciting schedule of performances, go to their website www. performingartsalliance.org To give you a tempting preview: September 7 will be â€œAn Evening with Bill Landryâ€?, October 5 will feature â€œJenna & Her Cool Friendsâ€?, November 2 is â€œWonkak Wim & Telsa Quartetâ€?, and a very special December 7 with â€œChristmas Tubasâ€? with the Tennessee Tech Tuba Ensemble.
SATURDAY SEPT. 29 2012 OPEN HOUSE & FLY-IN 9 A.M. - 3 P.M.
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F+'::G,99#%H,I# !"#$%&##' ()*+$,& dayâ€™s mall and the one that opened back then is that every store was a national chain.â€œNow we have several independents and some mom and pops,â€?Andrews said. â€œWe are closing in on being 25 years old, but we are still going strong,â€?Andrews said. The pricing in the Vanity Fair store is different today than it was when we first opened, but our prices are still very competitive and we continue to have outstanding sales on many national brands. There are 22 businesses in the Mall today, which is now known as Crossville Outlet Center. There is 152,191 square feet of floor space in the mall and one restaurant, Subway.
â€œWe enjoy a great relationship with the City, the Chamber of Commerce, Fairfield Glade and the entire county,â€?Andrews said. â€œWe also love all the walkers who use our facility daily. We also love the golf tournaments, softball tournaments and chess tournaments that the city hosts. They are all good for us.â€? â€œWe want to continue to be a part of the Crossville community and encourage people to come to the center and shop, said Susan Binkley with the Kennedy Wilson Management Group. We are aggressively looking for additional store brands that shoppers recognize, ones that bring exceptional value to our customers here at the Crossville Outlet Center.â€? Crossville Outlet Center is located at 228 Interstate Drive, just off Genesis Road at I-40.
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Diesel Initiative and see the documentary. Donâ€™t forget to drop off your used cooking oil at the Cumberland County Recycling Center, located at 96 Maryetta Street and you will receive a coupon for FREE Mayfield Dairy products (while supply lasts).
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tat. That effort started in 1998, and it resulted in enough funds to enable the organization to move into their new, 10,000 square foot building located at 329 McLarty Lane. They moved in 10 years ago. By 2003, a craft department was established and five years later, an expansion was added to the Habitat Warehouse, and they are still growing. The Cumberland County Habitat is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, an ecumenical Christian Ministry that helps build simple, decent, affordable housing in partnership with God’s people in need. The local chapter of Habitat is committed to the achievement of Equal Housing Opportunity throughout the nation. Habitat is operated almost entirely by volunteers, so there is always a need for volunteers to help promote the Habitat family in Crossville. If you have time and energy to donate
to Habitat, you can join a committee, work in the HomeStore, work on a building site, or help with the pick-up of donations. Habitat’s success depends on the generosity of donors and volunteers. They make it easy to help. If you would like to help Habitat, call them at 484-4565. If you would like to make a donation to Habitat but cannot bring the items in, call and some of their friendly volunteers will drive the truck to your home for the pick-up. One of the best ways to recycle, is to donate your used goods, building supplies, lumber, etc. to Habitat. All donations are tax deductible. The Habitat HomeStore carries an endless variety of furniture, household items, sporting goods, books, electronics and many yet undiscovered treasurers. The inventory changes daily, so shop often for the best variety. Remember, when you donate to the HomeStore or shop at the HomeStore, you
are helping Habitat and eventually, you are helping your fellow man. The HomeStore is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Habitat for Humanity to host 5th Annual Lunch on the Lawn
Cumberland County Habitat for Humanity will host their annual LUNCH on the LAWN on Friday, Sept. 7th from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the lawn of the Cumberland County Courthouse. In case of rain, it will be held at the Depot. Guests who want to have lunch on this day, will receive a Hand-Painted Bowl which can be taken from venue to venue to sample all the best local fare. All proceeds benefit Cumberland County Habitat for Humanity. If you would like to participate by bringing a dish to serve, call (931) 484-4565 or email email@example.com.
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PIANO RECITAL AT FUMC - Pictured here are piano students of Anne Looney who participated in a recital at First United Methodist Church. Back Row (L to R) Hayley Fisher, Courtney Turner, Ellie Burnett, McKenna Tabor, Hayley Rector, Maggie Branstetter, Lauren Moran, Tristan Branstetter Front Row L to R Garreth Mathews, Sophie Burnett, Abby Weaver, Jenna Reuer, Graycee Wilson, Jim Mathews, Jacob White.
ing hospice patients to our area as some of our patients, likewise, travel out of area for family visits, camping, vacations, etc. On-going support and education for the entire family is another key element of hospice services. The more a loved one understands what is going on, the better that loved one can cope, manage, and avoid ‘provider fatigue and frustrations’ that often hamper quality of life for all involved. Families can also take advantage of Cumberland House (a six suite 24/hour care facility here in Crossville) for up to five days of respite care of an individual to allow family members to have a duty free five days for whatever they want and know that their loved one is well cared for. In most cases, the five days of respite is at no cost. Also Cumberland House is
available for the emergency times when an individual is experiencing acute needs that are more than can be provided at home. Once the situation has stabilized the individual can return home with all involved feeling better and not worn out by the situation, and as with respite most times at no cost. When one’s worry and stress of providing for is LESS, then they can just love and enjoy MORE. Every day our employees get to see the good they do and how they have benefited an individual/family. One may have great compassion and caring for a person, and even sadness, but never depressed for having help lighten the load. Hospice is “so much more.” • Hospice of Cumberland County is always happy and willing to discuss hospice services and give educational presentations to families or groups. Ken Taylor is the Executive Director of Hospice of Cumberland County. Call him at 484-4748.
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Crossville Barber Shop Crossville Barber Shop got its start 62 years ago when Pete Stubbs' father first operated under that name. Pete bought it from his father, then came Dexter Smith, Jeff Hassler and Jim Everitt, the current owner. Jim bought it 13 years ago. "I hope the next owner is my daughter," Jim said.
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First place in the first flight was the team of Kyle Kunn, Jimmy Stitt, Karen Dâ€™Agostino and Austin Garrett.
First place in the second flight was the team of Bill Moon, Jim Hatler and Carly Hedgecoth. (Dale Houston not pictured)
Jason Sittonâ€™s ace on 150 yard #3, earned him a $500 Visa gift card. At left is Tournament Director Billy Loggins. Right is Steve Hill, Recreational Director for the city.
The City of Crossville State Team Championship, honoring PGA Professional and Tennessee Tech golf coach Bobby Nichols, was held at Lake Tansi Village Golf Club on Monday and Tuesday, July 30-31. Ideal weather conditions on both days greeted 25 teams to the 36-hole event at Lake Tansi to compete for the championship. Four teams tied after the first day with identical scores of 12-under. Five teams came in at 11-under par 61 and three others at 10-under 62 to stay right on the heels of the leaders and put pressure on them going into day two. Casey Flenniken, PGA of Landmark Golf Club of Avalon fired a very impressive 6-under par 66 to capture the individual low round of the day. The team of Loren Personett, Paul Brannon, Matt Jeffers, and Todd Bradley, who came in with a score of 12-under par 60 to go with their first day total of 61 for a 36-hole team score of 23-under par 121 and the right to be called champions. The individual stroke play low scores saw regular amateur James Van De Griff shoot a 68-66 for a total of 10-under par 134. Casey Flenniken also played spectacular golf on both days shooting 66-67 for a total of 11-under par 133 and the Regular Professional crown. Bob Rice had the low score for the Senior Amateurs shooting 69- 69 for a 6-under par 138 while Randy Helton took home the low score in the Senior Professional Division firing a 69-68 for a 7-under par 137. We would like to thank each and every player for coming out and participating in this great event. We would also like to send a very special thank you to the City of Crossville for being our Title Sponsor as well as Host Professional Matt Phipps and his staff for helping us put on such a great event.
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J16<>-9.#J<:9?#J"7,>1./3#!9:??#:..16.3-#^<>#'../A-9?:9"#?-:?1. By DWIGHT WAGES The Southern Stars Symphonic Brass (SSSB) have secured their concert dates and venues and are excited to announce the outstanding events for their 5th Anniversary season. The 30 piece professional instrumental ensemble is coming off of a very successful 2011/2012 concert series which culminated with their performance with Nashville guest artists Buddy Greene and Jeff Taylor last April which drew a record audience of nearly 800. That concert doubled the normal attendance and introduced a significant segment of first time attendees to hear the SSSB who came away extremely impressed with their brand of Premium Entertainment. The 2012/2013 ticketed Crossville concert season will include the following dates: • Fall concert on Sat. , Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. at Stone Memorial HS Auditorium. This concert is themed “Virtuoso Brass” and will feature the band’s own outstanding musicians with a variety of selections which will showcase the talented musicians that make up this ensemble. In addition to this, the SSSB will present a variety of marches, broadway/movie music which will please any audience member. • Winter concert on Sun. , Feb. 17 at 3 p.m. at Stone Memorial HS Auditorium. This concert is themed “Who’s Got JR?”. We all remember the big question from the TV hit Dallas, which was “Who Shot JR?”. Well the SSSB have their own bit of suspense, as they are expecting to weave a concert full of music selections
from a wide variety of music genres, that will have the audience wondering what can be next! Negotiations with a guest artist are underway, but are not concrete at this time to be able to make that public. • Spring concert on Sat., April 20 at 7 p.m. at the Central Baptist Church. This concert is themed “Strings Attached!” and will feature as guest artist, Pete Huttlinger, who is recognized as a virtuoso acoustic guitar musician. “Pete is another internationally known Nashville artist whose technique on the acoustic guitar will amaze our audience. He cut his guitar chops playing with the John Denver band, was the National fingerpicking guitar champion, and is a com-
poser of his own music. Pete has a great sense of humor which he mixes into his performances.
Ticket prices for the individual concerts will be ADULTS - $20, and STUDENTS - $5. “While the student tickets prices have remained unchanged to encourage younger ages to attend, the adult tickets have had a modest increase to help cover the rising overhead costs to provide these outstanding concerts. While we recognize that our audience’s budgets are all being stretched, we have delayed this adjustment for a couple of years. But we now need to adjust the compensation of the musi-
cians who drive significant distances to rehearsals and concerts and their travel expenses are becoming an issue. I trust that people will see that our ticket price is still a bargain considering the quality of the performances and guest artists which appear with the Southern Stars”, said Dwight. Season ticket prices remain unchanged and will be $45 for the three concerts. We want to thank our sponsors who have signed on again to support the SSSB in the coming season. They are Season Sponsor - Bed & Biscuit Kennel, and Concert sponsors - Farm Bureau Insurance (Gordon Atchley), Cumberland Eye Care (Dr. Stuart Galloway), and State Farm Insurance (David Bell).
5th Street Diner Legends is a full service restaurant, open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The restaurant hosts many nightly specials, including a breakfast buffet on Sunday mornings, karaoke on Tuesdays, Fried Chicken & Pasta buffet on Wednesdays, Prime Rib special on Thursdays, as well as holiday events. 931-484-3706.
Stonehenge Bar & Grille is a full service restaurant and lounge that serves both lunch & dinner. Open seven days a week, we are always ready to serve your Stonehenge favorites! Whether you are coming off the golf course or having a family night out, Stonehenge Bar & Grille offers great casual meals and fun times. Don’t forget to try the wings! 931-484-3741
The Glade Cafe is located inside the Community and Conference Center and is open daily. Stop by for danish, pastries and all your Starbucks favorites! 931-707-2052
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the side of the canyon to the river below. The gravel along the river path is full of fossils of crinoid stems and shells. Taking in the scenery from the bottom of the falls itâ€™s easy to see why it was named one of the top 10 swimming holes in the United States by an article in Travel and Leisure magazine. The water falls onto several large rock shelves before splashing into the cool, clear swimming hole below. In spite of the heat and the hike there are quite a few people here splashing in the water and picnicking. I find a shady spot under an overhanging rock with water dripping off its lip and take a rest and
a long drink. The water looks cool and inviting. I dive in. A little way back down the river trail I find a shortcut that goes straight up the cliff wall. By scrambling and climbing up this I cut out a mile of trail, but it is
extremely strenuous and it wears me out. Back out in the open under the full sun it has to be over 100 degrees. At least on the bike there will be a breeze, although a hot one. Hopefully it will be a little cooler back up on the plateau.
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Palace Theatre Events Tuesday, August 14, 2012 06:00pm Cumberland County Tea Party
Friday, September 21, 2012 05:00pm Gospel Youth Explosion
Saturday, August 18, 2012 07:00pm Roy Knipp
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Friday, September 07, 2012 07:00pm Bill Landry
Monday, October 01, 2012 07:00pm Fairfield Glade Lions Club
Saturday, September 08, 2012 06:00pm Miss Cumberland County
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5>:.C?#N9:7-#P#!1;"#J>1,L#EE5 This issue we are featuring Chanâ€™s Frame & Body Shop in our Business Profile. Owned and operated by the Mark & Lynn Roberts family, Chanâ€™s has been in business since 1971, owned for many years by Chan Lawson. Mark purchased the business in 2009. â€œWhen we bought Chans, we felt we could provide more attention to the customerâ€™s needs and it was our goal to build on what Chan had started,â€? Mark said. The well-known business is located at 710 Sparta Highway, next door to Potters Ace Hardware.â€œOur top priority is service to the customers,â€? Mark added. Mark has been in the automotive business for 33 years and knows a thing or two about customer service, having worked at the Chevrolet dealership, for Chan 18 years ago, and most recently, Crossville Ford. Markâ€™s early training came at the
local Vocational school, so you could say that Mark has spent his entire professional career in the automotive business. Today, Chans provides auto body repair, refinishing, automotive glass and radiator service to a large customer base. â€œWe love our customers and are proud to say we have many repeat customers. Much of our success is built on the fact that our customers come back over and over and tell their friends.â€? The next time you are in need of work on your automobile or perhaps you just need some advice, give Mark Roberts a call at 931-484-3519 or go by his shop and I am sure you will get the same kind of service we have always gotten from him. He is open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Visit him online at www.chansautobody.com
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Dorothy Dale is the owner of the Rainbow. She is an accomplished artist and writer and lives nextdoor to her shop, which is located near the community of Fairfield Glade. A former resident of the Glade, she is a member of C.A.C.E. and Write Touch Inspirational Writers Group. A Michigan native, Dorothy is proud of the quality and diversity of her craft shop.
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What Customers Say About Tubular Skylights MR. AND MRS. STANLEY URBANIK FAIRFIELD GLADE, TN "Conrad Miller installed a 14 " Sun Tunnel in our kitchen area, we were extremely happy with it, and also Conrad's work. We sold our house and the brightness of the solar tube no doubt helped with this process." HELEN HILL, FAIRFIELD GLADE â€œMy house was built back when they were putting fewer windows in for energy-saving reasons, and my house was very dark. I first had Conrad install tubular skylights in my living room. I liked them so well, I had him come back and put one in my kitchen. The natural light that comes in though these skylights make me feel better and I can see better with them than I can with lights. I would recommend him to everyone. He was courteous, his work was efficient and the price fair.â€?
DAVE DEVOS, FAIRFIELD GLADE
much brighter than I ever imagined it would be. It really brightens up the kitchen where we had it installed, and we could not be happier with it. We highly recommend Conrad. He did a very nice job and there was absolutely no mess associated with the installation.
I first had Conrad install tubular skylights in my living room. I liked them so well, I had him come back and put one in my kitchen.â€?
â€œTubular Skylights really perk up homes, regardless of when they were built, and in my opinion as a Real Estate agent, makes them much easier to sell. Whenever I show a home that has a tubular skylight, say in a bathroom or dark kitchen. I always ask the people looking the house to â€œturn off that light please,â€? as we leave the room. Itâ€™s funny when they hit the switch and see that it is not a light. They do look like lights.â€?
DONNA BJERK, TELLICO VILLAGE â€œConrad installed his Tublular Skylights in my home and I feel lâ€™ve got a new house. Itâ€™s wonderful, not like a dark cave anymore. Itâ€™s like a miracle . . .â€?
BOB JACKSON, FAIRFIELD GLADE â€œI am really enjoying the Tubular Skylight. It is amazing how much light comes in through it. It is
DON AND NATALIE NAPIER, HOMESTEADS
â€œWe had Conrad put one of his skylights in our kitchen, which had always been a bit dark in one area. We have been very pleased and like everyone else, it took us a while to quit trying to turn it off. Recently, when we were remodeling our home, a new wall went in exactly where the skylight was. Conrad was able to use elbow tubes to angle to the new location, which kept him from moving the external flashing on the roof. â€œ
BOB AND DONNA BONCHER, FAIRFIELD GLADE â€œIn 1997, when we moved to our new home, we had Conrad come out an install two, one in the kitchen and one in our laundry room, which was very dark at the time. They really make a huge difference and it made working there so much more enjoyable. Donna calls her skylights, which require no electricity or wiring, her â€œmoonsâ€? because they put out so much light, even at night. They have made quite a difference. They actually help me feel better in the Winter. Natural Light helps!â€?
CONRAD MILLER ENERGY SAVING PRODUCTS CALL CONRAD MILLER (931) 277-3707 OR (931) 335-3707
We can meet all your cleaning needs, renovation and remodeling services Plus we offer emergency 24/7 response to '-00%t'*3&t.0-%t4503.%"."(&
After moving their family here from Florida in March 1999, Larry and Lori opened Floorcovering Technologies, offering carpet, upholstery and ceramic tile cleaning. The business grew and was successful, gaining a reputation of guaranteed workmanship, punctuality, and excellent customer service. Crossville Cleaning offers all other cleaning needs including windows!
We like to say that happy, satisfied customers are our best advertising! Their oldest, Josiah, after spending his teen years apprenticing with a local builder, opened Big Country Construction. He earned his TN State Contractorâ€™s license at the age of 22. His first project was the Triangle building on Main Street in downtown Crossville, formerly the Wooden Acorn.
Innovative Restorations grew out of the collaboration of father and son and their combined experience. Crossville and Cumberland County have been good to the Kessie family and we have enjoyed working for you. Visit our offices @ 6775 Highway 70 North.
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