Professional wrestlers from the Allied Wrestling Federation will have a special fundraising show April 13 with proceeds going to Roane County Relay for Life for the American Cancer Society.
Tickets are $5 for VIPs, $3 for general admission to the 7 p.m. show in Roane State Community College gymnasium on the main campus in Roane County. They will go on sale starting at 4:30 the day of the show.
Kingston Mayor Troy Beets was elected vice chairman of East Tennessee Human Resource Agency and East Tennessee Development District during the agencies’ annual meetings in Knoxville.
Beets, elected by unanimous consent of the board, will take office on July 1.
Other officers elected by unanimous consent during the meeting in Rothchild’s Conference Center were Chairwoman Estelle Herron, Loudon County Mayor; Secretary Bill Brittain, Hamblen County Mayor; and Treasurer Jeff Tibbals, Scott County Mayor.
Last Sunday, Carolyn Griffin, Jill Johnson, Julia Harris, Alicia Harris and I joined the Rev. Tony Cannon and his church family at River View Baptist Church in Lenoir City to see an Easter play.
This play was based on the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Children, adults and three men from New Covenant Baptist Church in Knoxville took part in this play. Music was provided by the choir. This was a great play, and all enjoyed it.
The FCE Club met Wednesday in the Community Center in Kingston with 14 members present.