Features http://www.roanecounty.com/features/todaysfeatures en Breakfast to benefit war memorial http://www.roanecounty.com/content/breakfast-benefit-war-memorial <p> Southwest Point Chapter NSDAR will have a fundraising pancake breakfast beginning at 7 a.m. Oct. 10 in Harriman Ruby Tuesday.</p> <p> All proceeds will go toward a Korean War memorial planned for David Webb Riverfront Park, Harriman.</p> <p> Cost is $5 per person. Tickets are available at the door or in advance from any Southwest Point DAR or Harriman American Legion member.</p> <p> Call Connie Williams at 717-3949 or Barbara Wasilko at 310-4560 for details.</p> Harriman Happenings: Oct. 5 http://www.roanecounty.com/content/harriman-happenings-oct-5 <img src="http://www.roanecounty.com/sites/www.roanecounty.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/znewlouise_22.jpg" alt="Louise Warmley" title="Louise Warmley" align="left" hspace="6" /><p> The women of Little Leaf Baptist Church spent the weekend at Cedine Bible Camp.</p> <p> This was a women&rsquo;s retreat.</p> <p> The women who attended this retreat came from other towns and cities.</p> <p> They met in groups for Bible study then they had singing, speakers and three meals a day plus lots of other activities.</p> <p> This was a weekend well spent.</p> <p> Last Sunday, St. Mary&rsquo;s Baptist Church was guest of Euchee Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church.</p> Harriman Happenings: Sept. 21 http://www.roanecounty.com/content/harriman-happenings-sept-21 <img src="http://www.roanecounty.com/sites/www.roanecounty.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/znewlouise_21.jpg" alt="Louise Warmley" title="Louise Warmley" align="left" hspace="6" width="55" height="85" /><p> We are wishing a speedy recovery for Hattie Gallaher, who has been a patient in Oak Ridge&rsquo;s Methodist Medical Center.</p> <p> She was discharged and is resting at home.</p> <p> Get-well wishes to Clara Hughes&rsquo; brother, William Curd, a patient in St. Mary&rsquo;s Medical Center in Knoxville.</p> <p> We pray for healing to Lisa Brake, who is ill and a patient in Fort Sanders Medical Center. She is the daughter of Clair Hughes.</p> Fall fest helps 3 agencies http://www.roanecounty.com/content/fall-fest-helps-3-agencies <p> Bethel Presbyterian Church&rsquo;s 2015 fall festival will be Oct. 10 at the church at 203 S. Kentucky St., Kingston.</p> <p> The festival, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., will benefit&nbsp; Roane Imagination Library, Roane County Family Promise and Mid-East Community Action Agency&rsquo;s Senior Nutrition Program.</p> <p> The day begins with a $5 breakfast in the fellowship hall.</p> <p> Activities include entertainment, children&rsquo;s games, a petting zoo, horse rides and a book-giveaway. &nbsp;</p> Restless Heart bringing its country sound to Harriman http://www.roanecounty.com/content/restless-heart-bringing-its-country-sound-harriman <img src="http://www.roanecounty.com/sites/www.roanecounty.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/restlessheart.jpg" alt="" title="" align="left" hspace="6" width="85" height="85" /><p> Country artists Restless Heart will bring their hit music to the Princess Theatre on Saturday, Oct. 10.</p> <p> The Harriman concert will be at 8:30 p.m. with doors opening at 7:30.</p> <p> Tickets are on sale at www.musiccityknoxville.com and are available at Rocky Top General Store and Simply Sweet Bakery.</p> <p> Restless Heart has released seven studio albums, two greatest hits albums and a live album.</p> Sept. 14_—Harriman Happenings http://www.roanecounty.com/content/sept-14%E2%80%94harriman-happenings <p> Happy birthday to the Rev. James Springs.</p> <p> He recently celebrated his birthday with the men of his church, who took him out for a special meal.</p> <p> He was surprised, and it was a wonderful day just being out with the men who love their pastor.</p> <p> May you be blessed with many more happy birthdays, the Rev. Springs.<br /> Pastor Alvin and Mary Alice Douglass spent a week&rsquo;s vacation with their family in South Carolina.</p> <p> This was a great week.</p> <p> They visited places of interest, shopped and ate at some good restaurants.</p> Annual street festival making more of a joyful noise http://www.roanecounty.com/content/annual-street-festival-making-more-joyful-noise <p> By CHERYL DUNCAN<br /> cduncan@roanecounty.com<br /> We East Tennesseans bid farewell to summer in a big way on Labor Day weekend.<br /> The University of Tennessee Volunteers open football season with orange pride on Saturday in Nashville.<br /> Boomsday, Knoxville&rsquo;s fireworks spectacular for 28 years, takes its final bow with a bang on Sunday.<br /> But in The RoCo, it&rsquo;s Harriman that takes center stage.<br /> YOUR WEEKEND PLANNER: TOP THINGS TO DO IN AND AROUND ROANE http://www.roanecounty.com/content/your-weekend-planner-top-things-do-and-around-roane <p> 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.<br /> <br /> HORSIN&rsquo; AROUND: Two-day East Tennessee Cutting Horse Association show. 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Roane State Expo Center&rsquo;s indoor arena. Free to spectators. Lynn Hicks at 423-741-1435 or hhicks@btes.tv.<br /> <br />