Support for golf tourney helps educate youth

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On Saturday, June 8, the Avery Trace Chapter, Daughter of the American Revolution, held its 4th Annual Flag Day Golf Tournament at Southwest Point Golf Course.

The DAR promotes patriotism within our local schools and community, supports our military active duty as well as our veterans and educates American youth in the history of our great country.

Avery Trace Chapter NSDAR wishes to thank the following individuals and business who have contributed to a successful tournament:  
Acme Block and Brick; AGA Insurance; The American Legion Newman-Davis Post No. 53; The Animal Medical Centers of Harriman and  Kingston, Baggett Pharmacy; Christmas Lumber Co.; Creative Restorations; Day Insurance Co.; Earl Duff Subaru; Eddie’s Body Shop; Express Ice; Foust Family Fitness; Food City of Kingston; Griffin Insurance;  Jerry Duncan Ford; Kingston Chiropractic Center; Kroger; Scandlyn Lumber Co.; Sexton Automotive Group; Kathy May-Martin; Coldwell Banker and Jim Henry & Associates real estate; Charlotte Branson, Executive Choice Real Estate; Citizens National Bank; ORNL Credit Union; United Community Bank; Mayor Troy Beets of Kingston; Roane County Executive Ron Woody; Roane County Attorney Tom McFarland; Roane County Sessions Judge Jeffery  Wicks; Sheriff Jack Stockton; Roane County Trustee Wilma Eblen; Chairman of Election Commission Charles Holiway; Road Commissioner Dennis Ferguson; County Court Clerk Barbara Anthony; Register of Deeds Sharon Brackett; Property Assessor David Morgan; County Commissioners Bobby Collier and Chris Johnson.

We applaud these individuals and businesses for supporting our efforts to promote the American spirit within our community, and helping our military and veterans.

Janice Black, Regent
Avery Trace Chapter, NSDAR