Kingston Library Foundation will have a used book sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 18 at Kingston Community Center.
Money raised from this sale will go toward purchasing children’s books, large-print books, magazines and the newest best sellers.
“We sincerely appreciate all your previous donations that made our book sales so profitable,” said Joyce Young of Kingston Library Foundation. “As in the past, we are requesting your help in donating your soft backed and hard backed books to the library for this sale.”
Midway High School’s class of 1951 recently had their 60-year reunion in Whitestone Country Inn.
Classmates attending are, front row from left, Ada Frank Woody Thompson, Mary Johnson Kimbell, John Kimbell; middle row, Nola Hall Francis, Christine Raley Matthews, Marie Mitchell White, Tiny Rose Creasman, Stella Huston Massey; and back row, Darrell Townsend, Joe Deatherage and Willie Rose Green.
Roane County ElderWatch will observe World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15 with an ice-cream social from 1 to 3 p.m. in the pavilion at Kingston City Park.
The event involves activities to bring greater recognition of the mistreatment of older adults wherever they live, and to highlight the need for appropriate action. It is intended to give abuse and neglect of older adults a global relevance that will sustain and move prevention efforts forward throughout the years to come.
By Ellen Probert Williamson
In one way or another — sometimes favorably, sometimes quite the opposite — bugs call themselves to our attention.
The idea of eating insects is pretty off-putting to most of us, but insects of various kinds are a staple food in some parts of the world.
Insects were considered delicacies in ancient times. A kind of wood-boring grub was often served as an hors d’oeuvre at parties in Rome. Aristotle, a great cicada fancier, wrote at length about how to prepare them.