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Today's Features

  • Babies born at Methodist Medical Center, Oak Ridge, to Roane County parents:
    April 30 — Jackie and Bryan Scarborough, Rockwood. A boy, Riley Maddox, 6 pounds, 13 ounces. Grandparents: Christopher Scarborough and Emmy Scarborough; Glen and Emmalyn Diaz.

    May 1 — Cora and John Michael Walker, Kingston. A boy, Aiden Riley, 8 pounds, 7 ounces. Sibling: Maelee Jolene. Grandparents: Jane Walker; Allen Walker; Eddie Ray Jordan II.

  • Carolyn Clemmons, her friend and son spent last weekend in Asheville, N.C., visiting her sister, Virginia.
    While there, they visited other family members and some friends.
    The following ones who are celebrating their birthdays this June are friends who play bingo at Harriman Community Center every second and fourth Mondays: Peggy Gunter, Ernell Renfro, Geraldine Harmon, Tom Collins and Mrs. Woods.
    Happy birthday to all of you.
    To my friend Lydia Yette McKeldin and nephew Dana Thompson, I hope your day was a great one. God bless.

  • SATURDAY, JUNE 15
    • Dogwood Baptist Church, Kingston, will have a singing at 7 p.m. in the church on Dogwood Valley Road. The Melodys will be featured.

    THURSDAY, JUNE 20

  • Asbury Chapel United Methodist
    Asbury Chapel United Methodist Church, Rockwood, will kick off its vacation Bible school from 5 to 6 p.m. June 23 with hot dogs and refreshments. Classes will be from 6 to 8 p.m. June 24-26 in the church at 1717 Eureka Road; “Fun Fair” Where God’s World Comes Together” is the theme.

    Bethel Presbyterian/Kingston United Methodist

  • The Rev. Jake Morrill took the oath last week that commissions him to serve as a chaplain in the Army Reserve.

    Morrill took the oath on June 9 before the congregation he serves at Oak Ridge Unitarian Universalist Church.

    The day was special for another reason: it was Morrill’s 10th anniversary of ordination.

    He was ordained on June 9, 2003, in his home church, Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church in Knoxville.

    In his new role, Morrill will hold the rank of Army Reserve captain.

  • Candace Elizabeth McKinney and Samuel Virgil Stephenson, both of Kingston, announce their forthcoming marriage.

    The ceremony will be at 2 p.m. June 15 in Grace Community Church, Kingston.

    The bride-elect is the daughter of Carol Peddicord McKinney of Kingston.

    Her grandparents are Loretta Peddicord and the late Carl Peddicord, and Peggy McKinney and the late Floyd McKinney.

    The prospective groom is the son of Craig and Tammie Stephenson of Kingston.

  • Shayla Gibson and Jake Shipwash, both of Harriman, announce their forthcoming marriage.

    The ceremony will be at 6 p.m. June 22 at the home of the prospective groom’s parents at 333 Snow Lane, Harriman.

    The bride-elect is the daughter of Tracie and Sean Gibson.

    Her grandparents are Clara Pickard and the late Willie Pickard, and Rolland and Beverly Gibson.

    The prospective groom is the son of Stacy and Timothy Shipwash.

    His grandparents are Louise and Leroy Shipwash, and Louise and Jack Taylor.

  • The Roane/Loudon County Farm Service Agency is seeking area farmers and ranchers to serve on the county committee for the coming year.

    An informational meeting to explain the county committee nomination and election processes will be from 10 a.m. to noon June 17 in the FSA office at 424 N. Kentucky St., Room 100, Kingston.

    Anyone interested in more information about the FSA county committee may drop in at any time during this meeting or call 376-2392.

  • Bethel Presbyterian/Kingston United Methodist
    “Following in Jesus’ Footsteps: Inspired by Marketplace 29 A.D.” is the theme of the Bible school planned by Bethel Presbyterian Church, Kingston, and Kingston United Methodist Church. Classes will be from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. June 17-20 in Kingston United Methodist fellowship hall at 212 W. Church St. Registration information is available at Bethel Presbyterian at 203 S. Kentucky St., 376-6340 or Kingston United Methodist, 376-6337.

  • Charles D. Crowe, co-founder of The Men of Tomorrow program, will be the guest speaker for the annual Ed Fritz scholarship program at Little Leaf Baptist Church, Oliver Springs.

    The program starts at 4 p.m. June 9.

    Crowe, CEO of LeGacy Resource Consulting Corp., helped found the Men of Tomorrow mentoring program in 1990.

    The program promotes development of a good self image, positive role model, academic achievement, career development and cultural development among youth.