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Today's Features

  • Roane Choral Society will present “April Love” in concerts at 2 and 7 p.m. April 28 in  Kingston Church of Christ family center.

    These presentations  include coffee and desserts served by singers.

    Admission is $15 per person; reservations are required by calling 376-4420 or 996-5834, or emailing roanechoralsociety.carol@gmail.com.

    Roane Choral Society is a nonprofit organization which provides annual grants to music programs in area schools.

  • Roane County households may dispose of possible hazardous wastes in a free and safe way during next weekend’s Household Hazardous Waste Day at the recycling center at 215 White Pine Road, Midtown.

    Household hazardous waste materials will be accepted from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 5. No business, agribusiness, school or church waste will be accepted.

    Household hazardous waste includes flammable, corrosive, reactive or toxic materials.

  • Margaret Culvahouse Cantrell, far left, and her family celebrate five generations.

    The five generations include, from left, Cantrell; her daughter, Brenda Summers; her grandson, Ronnie Widner; her great-grandson, Josh Widner; and her great-great-granddaughter, Katie Widner.

  • Our deepest sympathy is extended to the family of Alma Moore, who suddenly passed away in California.

    Alma was a former resident of Harriman. As of now, arrangements are incomplete. Keep this family in your prayers.

    FCE Recognition Day was held Wednesday April 18 in the Community Center in Kingston. Our theme was “Spread Your Wings and Fly.” About 40 members were present.

    Jo Ann Silvis is president. Vice president is Martha Vanodale, secretary is Susan Goodman and treasurer is Julia McCoin.

  • I sure enjoy the beauty of April, especially the flowers.

    Roses are my favorite flower, and when Bonnie brought me a big bouquet of red and yellow ones from my yard along with purple larkspur and white narcissus. I was thrilled.

    I even took part of them to the dining room and put them in the middle of “our” table that I share with Jo Smith, Nancy Connor, Virginia Haga and other residents in our dining room.

    When Ada and Benny East visited me, they brought a potted plant of red gerber daisies.

  • Elaine Barnes of Harriman is among the four artists whose works will be featured during “The Muse Among Us,” a mixed-media exhibit of The Arts & Culture Alliance of Knoxville.

    The exhibition will be displayed in the Balcony at the Emporium Center in downtown Knoxville from May 4-25, with an opening reception as part of First Friday activities from 5 to 9 p.m. May 4.

    Barnes and the other artists featured in this exhibition draw draw inspiration from nature, memories and dreams.

  • The Right Reverend George D. Young III, fourth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of East Tennessee, will visit St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Harriman at 4 p.m. April 22.

    This is a special visit for the purpose of offering the sacrament of Confirmation to Sarah Hooper, Lani Patterson, Mason Patterson, Bill White and Linda White.

    A reception welcoming the bishop and honoring the church’s new members will immediately follow.

  • SATURDAY, APRIL 21
    • Dogwood Baptist Church, Kingston, will have a singing at 7 p.m. The Christian Travelers and others will be featured. The church is on Dogwood Valley Road.

  • James and Louise Evans of Rockwood will be honored in singing and celebration on April 21 for their more than 56 years of service to Greiver’s Chapel Baptist Church in the Ozone community.

    Their son, Dudley Evans, has planned the special occasion to start at 6 p.m. in the church.

    The Evans Family, an area gospel group consisting of Dudley Evans and his children, will host the singing. Special guest performances are planned by Johnny Hamilton, the Dave Raby Trio, James Brown Randy Kinkannon from Etowah and a special surprise group from Dayton.