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Today's Features

  • The Oak Ridge Breakfast Rotary and Altrusa International of Oak Ridge work together to host an annual Lunch 4 Literacy every year.  

    The proceeds are given to organizations that promote literacy in the East Tennessee area.

    The grants from last year’s event will be awarded at 7 a.m. March 5 during the Oak Ridge Breakfast Rotary meeting at Tech 2020 in Commerce Park. This allows educators to get back to their work.

  • MONDAY, MARCH 3
    • Roane County Commission’s budget committee will meet at 6 p.m. in the county executive’s conference room of Roane County Courthouse, Kingston.
    • Roane County Commission’s sheriff’s liaison committee will meet at 6:30 p.m. in the Qualls Commission Room of Roane County Courthouse, Kingston.
    • Harriman Parks and Recreation Committee will meet at 7 p.m. in Harriman Municipal Office Complex.

    TUESDAY, MARCH 4

  • Editor’s note: The deadline for including items in Calendar is at least one week before the event. Items appear as a public service as space is available. Unless otherwise noted, all events and activities are open to the public.
    MONDAY, MARCH 3

  • Editor’s note: The deadline for including items in Calendar is at least one week before the event. Items appear as a public service as space is available. Unless otherwise noted, all events and activities are open to the public.
    MONDAY, MARCH 3
    • A public lecture, “Exploring Saturn With Shallow Probes,” will begin at 8:15 p.m. in the City Room of Roane State Community College’s Oak Ridge campus. David Atkinson, senior researcher and space scientist at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, will give the presentation.

  • TUESDAY, MARCH 4
    • Harriman Garden Club will meet from 3 to 4:30 p.m. in Harriman United Methodist Church. Speaker Joan Davis, also known as “The Bee Lady,” will discuss beekeeping.

  • MONDAY
    • Senior exercise, 9 a.m. in Kellytown Baptist Church recreation center, Oliver Springs; and 9:30 a.m. in Kingston Community Center. Details: 354-0450, Ext. 228.
    • Art Club for adults, 10 a.m. to noon and 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in Bethel Presbyterian Church, Kingston. Details: 376-6340.
    • Senior pinochle, noon in Kingston Community Center. Details: 354-0450, Ext. 228.

  • Roane County Family and Consumer Education’s Rural Mixers Club raised more than $2,000 for the FCE Scholarship Fund during the Christmas Ideas Fair.

    Those who worked the sales table are, front row from left, Madge Jackson, Virginia Pompre, Mattie Mathis; and back row, Debbie Geroia, Dot Russell, Lennie Stansbury, Imogene Deathridge and Judy Murray.

    Not pictured are Ada Thompson, Iona Wyatt and Imogene Owens.

  • Medic Regional Blood Center hopes a pair of upcoming blood drives in Harriman will help supplement the agency’s blood supply.

    A blood drive will be from noon to 6 p.m. March 4 in Harriman Care and Rehabilitation Center at 240 Hannah Road.

    Another is planned from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 12 in Roane Medical Center.

    The community blood provider has seen supplies lower than usual, even for this time of year, said Christi Fightmaster of Medic public relations.

  • Bethel Presbyterian Church and the Kingston community came together to help humanitarian agencies.

    Proceeds from Bethel’s fourth annual fall festival were recently donated to Michael Dunn Center, Roane County Cooperative Ministries and Mid-East Community Action Agency’s senior nutrition program.

    Each agency was awarded $2,300.

    Bethel’s fall festival began with a fellowship breakfast and a youth-led yard sale. Attractions included a silent auction, a market of works from area artists, homemade crafts and baked goods.

  • Oliver Springs’ Mount Pisgah Christian Academy is combining efforts to feed the hungry and raise money for the school.

    “It is a project where the kids get financial sponsors for them to actually pack food,” said Mount Pisgah Assistant Principal Kendra Walls about the Feed the Need program.

    The goal is to get 10,000 meals.

    “They are pretty excited,” said educator Megan Burnham about the students.