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  • Sept. 14_—Harriman Happenings

    Happy birthday to the Rev. James Springs.

    He recently celebrated his birthday with the men of his church, who took him out for a special meal.

    He was surprised, and it was a wonderful day just being out with the men who love their pastor.

    May you be blessed with many more happy birthdays, the Rev. Springs.
    Pastor Alvin and Mary Alice Douglass spent a week’s vacation with their family in South Carolina.

    This was a great week.

    They visited places of interest, shopped and ate at some good restaurants.

  • Restless Heart bringing its country sound to Harriman

    Country artists Restless Heart will bring their hit music to the Princess Theatre on Saturday, Oct. 10.

    The Harriman concert will be at 8:30 p.m. with doors opening at 7:30.

    Tickets are on sale at www.musiccityknoxville.com and are available at Rocky Top General Store and Simply Sweet Bakery.

    Restless Heart has released seven studio albums, two greatest hits albums and a live album.

  • Annual street festival making more of a joyful noise

    By CHERYL DUNCAN
    cduncan@roanecounty.com
    We East Tennesseans bid farewell to summer in a big way on Labor Day weekend.
    The University of Tennessee Volunteers open football season with orange pride on Saturday in Nashville.
    Boomsday, Knoxville’s fireworks spectacular for 28 years, takes its final bow with a bang on Sunday.
    But in The RoCo, it’s Harriman that takes center stage.

  • YOUR WEEKEND PLANNER: TOP THINGS TO DO IN AND AROUND ROANE

    A TRIO OF TRIADS: A 3-on-3 basketball tournament for ages 10-16; teams can be co-ed. 11 a.m. Monday, Fred R. Davis Park (formerly Triangle Park), Harriman. 321-2130, or visit the Bria-Shannel Committee on Facebook for details.

    HORSIN’ AROUND: Two-day East Tennessee Cutting Horse Association show. 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Roane State Expo Center’s indoor arena. Free to spectators. Lynn Hicks at 423-741-1435 or hhicks@btes.tv.

  • Harriman Happenings: Aug. 24

    Last Sunday Carolyn Griffin and I attended the fifth anniversary celebration for the Little Leaf Missionary Baptist Church youth choir.

    Their theme was “Help Me Lift Him Up.”

    Several groups, praise dancers and one special soloist from Alcoa performed.

    Little Leaf Choir closed the show.

    This was a wonderful service. Afterward, refreshments were served in the fellowship hall.

    This is where the Elder Thomas Dews is pastor.

  • Croce, lawyer with Legal Aid, to be honored by peers

    The Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services will present the 2015 Access to Justice Awards on Sept. 2 at its annual Equal Justice University.

    The awards honor legal professionals who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in the cause of expanding access to civil legal services.

    Among those to be honored is Lenny Croce.

    Croce will receive the B. Riney Green Award, which recognizes advocates who coordinate statewide efforts to improve the quality of legal services for low-income Tennesseans.

  • Fall fest helps 3 agencies

    Bethel Presbyterian Church’s 2015 fall festival will be Oct. 10 at the church at 203 S. Kentucky St., Kingston.

    The festival, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., will benefit  Roane Imagination Library, Roane County Family Promise and Mid-East Community Action Agency’s Senior Nutrition Program.

    The day begins with a $5 breakfast in the fellowship hall.

    Activities include entertainment, children’s games, a petting zoo, horse rides and a book-giveaway.  

  • NOURISHING BODY AND SPIRIT

    Kingston’s Impact Church is about nourishing the soul.

    One group, however, focuses on nourishing the body as well.

    “Well, we like to eat,” said Dusty Stout, Impact’s pastor of administration, of the 15-member group. “It has turned into a full supper each week.”

    Groups at Impact are similar to Sunday school classes at other churches, Stout explained. But it’s with a twist. The group Stout leads meets at 6 p.m. each Tuesday.

  • City & County Meetings

    MONDAY, JULY 27
    • Rockwood City Council will meet in regular monthly session at 6 p.m. in Rockwood City Hall.

    TUESDAY, JULY 28
    • Harriman City Court will convene at 5 p.m. in Harriman Municipal Office Complex.
    • Harriman City Council will meet in regular work-shop session at 6 p.m. in Harriman Municipal Office Complex.

    WEDNESDAY, JULY 29

  • Harriman Happenings: June 29

    Happy birthday wishes to Minnie Love, who recently celebrated her 93rd birthday.

    Ms. Love is a special lady and loved by all who know her.

    We love you, Ms. Minnie. Stay young and be blessed.

    We extend our deepest sympathy to the family of Bernetta Fouse, who passed away Wednesday, June 17.

    She is survived by her husband of 46 years, Thomas Fouse, of Rockwood.; one daughter, Angela M. Smith of Atlanta; four grandchildren; two aunts, Ebbie Marie Frazier and Barbara Chatman, both of Rockwood; and one brother, Charles Edward Siler Jr.