.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's Features

  • Darlene Johnson and Carrie Barksdale represented Sevier Drive Church of Christ, Harriman, during the 35th Tennessee State Youth Conference in Nashville.

    The Churches of Christ of Middle Tennessee was responsible for last month’s conference, which began at Strader Lane Church of Christ and concluded at Nashville’s Music City Sheraton.

    “What Message R U Sending,” from Matthew 5:14-16 and 1 Timothy 4:12, was the theme of the conference, which was attended by 1,200 youths and their parents.

  • Four Roane County churches are banding together in a communitywide effort to collect donations for Alabama tornado victims.

    The effort, Aid for Alabama, is seeking new and slightly used household items to replace those lost due to the April 27 tornadoes that struck the state.

    Volunteers from Kingston’s Victory Baptist Church, Cedar Grove Baptist Church, New Midway Baptist Church and Potters House Church of Midtown will collect all donations through May 25.

  • Braxton Chapel AME Zion Church, Kingston, is taking applications for scholarships to be given to four high school and/or college students.

    Applications will be accepted through June 10. Scholarships will range from $500 to $1,000.

  • Roane County United Way will once again be taking over Roane State Community College’s campus for its annual Family Fun Day on Saturday, May 21. The event will run from
    11 a.m.-4 p.m., following  CASA’s Run for the Child fundraising event.
    CASA’s 5k run, walk and shorter fun walk begin at 8 a.m. Day of run registration is at 7 a.m. Money from the run will be used to train volunteers to be court advocates for children who have suffered abuse or neglect.
    To preregister, call Bob Lepsig at 882-2076.

  • 25 Years Ago
    Michael Dunn Rehabilitation Center celebrated its 15th anniversary with an informal ceremony that included clients and the general public. The center in 15 years had grown from a basement organization to include an expanded building, two greenhouses, children’s residences, a Michael Dunn workshop and Dunn Diversified Industries.

    10 Years Ago

  • By Ellen Probert Williamson

  • East Tennessee Foundation has established the Neighbor to Neighbor Disaster Relief Fund of East Tennessee Foundation.

    The fund was established to accept gifts to be used in the 25-county East Tennessee service area impacted by the April 27 tornados and to meet future disaster relief needs.  

    In the Foundation’s 25 years of experience, it has built long-standing relationships and networks with area nonprofits that know how to respond in their communities.

  • Ralph and Sandra Young of Harriman will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on May 13.

    The couple’s children and spouses are Ralph Young Jr. and Brian Young, both of Harriman, TN; Shayne and Willie Williamson of Helfin, Ala., and Robin and Ronald Bredwell of Kempner, Texas.

    There are five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. A second great-grandchild is due in July.

  • Charlie Morgan Murrell will celebrate his second birthday on May 13.

    He will celebrate with a party with his family.

    He is the son of Chris and Whitney Murrell of Medina, Ohio.

    Grandparents are Homer Julian Jr. of Rockwood and the late Carol Julian, and Gene and Ginny Murrell of Spring City.

    Great-grandparents are Ruby Julian of Harri-
    man and the late Homer Julian Sr., and the late
    Del and Pauline Mar-shall.

  • Hayden Andrew Taylor celebrated his fifth birthday on April 7.

    He celebrated on April 9 with a Batman party with relatives and friends.

    He is the son of Amber Taylor of Kingston and Adam Cox of Rockwood.

    Grandparents are Mike and Pam Taylor of Harriman and Lee Taylor of Rockwood.

    Great-grandparents are Mary and Paul Bennett of Kingston, Pete and Ellen Williams of Harriman, David and Lila Taylor of Spring City, and the late Leon Moore.