Babahatchie Community Band will have its last outdoor concert of the season beginning at 7 p.m. Sept. 29 at Harriman’s David Webb Riverfront Park.
Admission is free.
“This is a very special concert with some surprises in store,” promised Babahatchie member Alison Westrich. “The theme for this one is ’40s Radio Show. All music is music written and performed in the ’40s. It's going to be great. Bill Farnham is going to be our radio announcer.”
Though U.S. presidents and vice presidents are traditionally from the same political party, the U.S. Constitution neither prohibits nor encourages the practice.
That’s one of the facts the Avery Trace Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution points out in observance of the 226th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution of the United States of America.
Sept. 17-23 is National Constitution Week, and the DAR is striving to help educate Roane Countians about the Constitution.
When most people think of Habitat for Humanity, they visualize people working on a house — framing, driving nails and lifting walls into position.
“While that is certainly an important part of what we do, there is a lot of work behind the scenes for Habitat to complete its mission to build houses for those in need,” said Todd Fisher, president of Roane County Habitat for Humanity.
Harriman Garden Club President Pat Ramsey and Vice President Jamie Russell take a break from working on the Kiwanis stone arches on Pansy Hill Road, which, at one time, marked the entrance to the city.
Club members cleared the arches, planted shrubs and flowers, and mulched two sides in the organization’s effort to improve and beautify the city one plant at a time.