Avery Trace DAR grateful for all the tourney support

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On Saturday, June 11, the Avery Trace Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution held its annual Flag Day Golf Tournament at Southwest Point Golf Course. 
DAR promotes patriotism within our local schools and community, supports our military veterans, and educates American youth in the history of our great country.
The following individuals and businesses contributed to a successful day:  Adelaide’s; Animal Medical Center, Harriman; Animal Medical Center, Kingston; Roane County Court Clerk Barbara Anthony; Baggett Pharmacy; Roane County Register of Deeds Sharon Brackett; Browder Ace Hardware; Christmas Lumber Co.; Citizens National Bank; Davis-Newman American Legion Post 53; Roane County Trustee Wilma Eblen; Foust Family Fitness; Food City, Kingston; Gondolier Restaurant; Griffin Insurance; Administrator of Election Charles Holiway; State Rep. Julia Hurley; Kinser Drug Co.; Roane County Property Assessor Teresa Kirkham; Kroger, Harriman; Harriman Mayor Chris Mason; Kathy May-Martin; Mimi’s Cafe; ORNL Credit Union; Pattersons Home Appliance Center; Presence of Images; Rocky Top Markets; Scandlyn Lumber Co.; Sexton Automotive Group; Star Physical Therapy; Roane County Sheriff Jack Stockton; Texas Roadhouse; United Community Bank; UPS Store in Pinnacle Pointe; General Sessions Judge Jeff Wicks; and Roane County Executive Ron Woody. 
We applaud these individuals and businesses for their support of our efforts to promote the American spirit within our community. 
With their help, many patriotic projects will be accomplished for our active-duty military personnel, veterans, and school children throughout Roane County. 
We hope you will mark your calendars for next year’s Avery Trace DAR Flag Day tournament.
It will be held on June 9, 2012.
Mary H. Burney
Corresponding secretary
Avery Trace Chapter, NSDAR