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The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Road To Healthy Skin Tour will make a stop at Kingston Rite-Aid this week to offer free full-body skin cancer screenings to the public.
Two private examination rooms will be available in a specially designed vehicle.
Members of the public may stop by for screenings from 1 to 4 p.m. June 26 at Kingston Rite-Aid at 106 W. Race St.
Get-well wishes to Carolyn Clemmons, who recently had eye surgery in Oak Ridge.
She is at home but still under the doctor’s care. We wish you a speedy recovery.
St. Mary’s Baptist Church sang the birthday song to Allen Hickman, June 19; Denice Bolton, June 28; and to Carolyn Clemmons, June 28.
After a prayer, they were given a small gift.
Ronnie and Danielle Scott will celebrate their 16th wedding anniversary on June 27.
They were married June 27, 1998.
They are the parents of two children.
Rural letter carriers at the Oliver Springs Post Office recently served the community by volunteering their time to pick up donated food generously donated by postal patrons in the Oliver Springs area.
The food was donated to an area food bank.
Planning for Oliver Springs’ seventh annual October Sky Festival and Pageant is in full swing, and applications for interested vendors and exhibitors are now available on line.
Applications may be downloaded at www.octoberskyfestivaltn.org.
This year’s event will be on Oct. 18 at Arrowhead Park. Sept. 1 is the application deadline.
Rockwood’s Maurice Greif has penned a third book, “80-Plus Years of Greif: My In-Laws, The Bernards of Rockwood.”
“There is a lot of information about the families, its beginnings, etc.,” Greif said.
“This book contains lots of early pictures and information about the Stone and Bernard families.”
Greif, a longtime Rockwood resident and businessman, said he would not be in Rockwood had it not been for the Bernards and his wife, the former Carolyn Bernard, who passed away in May 2000.
Perhaps now is the time to give recognition to a native American plant that grows abundantly in 48 states.
The seeds of this plant are high in vitamin C and are enjoyed equally by people and birds.
And its showy flower heads grow to monumental proportions.
Of course, a sunflower with a bloom 1 foot or more across is hard to miss — and it is fully spectacular enough to merit some attention.
25 Years Ago
Obed Wild and Scenic River will have a guided night sounds hike beginning at 9 p.m. June 28.
Those wishing to participate in this free event are asked to meet at the Lilly Overlook parking area.
The hike will progress from there to the overlook and back as a ranger guides the group through the collage of sounds on the trail.
The less-than-half-mile round-trip hike is open to all ages.
Children participating must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the program.
Westel Fire Department’s monthly fundraising dinner on June 20 will be hosted by Woodmen of the World Chapter 900.
The cookout, with hamburgers and hot dogs, will be from 4 to 7 p.m. at the fire hall west of Rockwood on Hwy. 70 in the Westel community.
Cost is $6 for adults, $4 for children, with all proceeds benefiting the fire hall.
Call Terry Carter at 388-6846 for further details.
Woodmen of the World will have this event in honor of Flag Day, which was June 14.
Members of Kingston Police Explorers Post 376 who are leaving this summer for the U.S. armed services were honored.
The post also recently raised $1,200 for the Wounded Warrior Project.
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