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The Teen Board of Knoxville has invited seven Roane Countians to be presented during the 52nd annual Teen Board Presentation Dance on Aug. 4 in Knoxville Civic Coliseum.
Teens are presented during the annual black-tie event as a reward for completing hours of service to civic and welfare projects for charitable organizations in their community.
• Tymber Bodine, daughter of Rob Bodine and Tracy Clem. She attends Harriman High School.
• Jenna Sierra Coley, daughter of Keith and Tracey Bolden and Frank and Melissa Coley. She attends Harriman High School.
• Rachel Lauren Mutter, daughter of James and Elena Mutter. She attends Roane County High School.
• Alison Mossing, daughter of Darrin and Rhonda Mossing. She attends Roane County High School.
• Madeline Sams, daughter of Sammy and Beth Sams. She attends Roane County High School.
• Amanda Brooke Boles, daughter of Scott and Tara Boles. She attends Rockwood High School.
• Emily Hollis, daughter of Jamie and Rebecca Sitzlar. She attends Rockwood High School.
The Teen Board of Knoxville is a private, nonprofit organization that encourages youths ages 14-18 to work in civic and welfare projects and to maintain high standards in their moral and social life.
Teen Board members gave more than 12,000 hours to area charities last year.
The presentation dance is a reward for area youths who have completed their hours of service.
The weekend starts with a party on Aug. 3 in the Teen Center. Practice and brunch for teenagers will be the following day, with the Mayor’s Dinner honoring presentees and other important dignitaries.