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Dandridge Senior Center Fund Raiser

The Dandridge Senior Center will be hosting a Chili Supper, Friday, October 24, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.   The cost is $7.00 for adults, $3.50 for children 4-12 years old, and free for children under 3.   Advance tickets are available at the Center or may be purchased from members of the Center.   Or they may [...]

Maury Middle School Library to Host Scholastic Book Fair October 20-24, 2014

The Maury Middle School Library will host a Fall Harvest of Books at the Scholastic Book Fair. Funds raised will help purchase books for the library-media center. Families, faculty, and the community are invited to support this Fall Harvest of Books at the Fair to help inspire children to become lifelong readers. The Book Fair will [...]

1st Annual White Pine Fall Festival October 25, 2014

This is a free festival to the public and will be held October 25, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The festival is sponsored by the Tin Can Creamery, home of Lightning Larrys’ Grill, & Hound Dawg’s Diner. The event will include: local crafters; kid’s games & activities such as costume contest, face painting, [...]

Shady Grove United Methodist Church’s GriefShare

It hurts to lose someone. Find help at GriefShare. GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. Join us Tuesday mornings at 9:30. Shady Gove United Methodist Church. 1675 Harold Patterson, Dandridge. 865-397-7453 [...]

Meet the Author and Story Time at Dandridge Memorial Library

Jefferson County Hiking Club October 14, 2014 Expedition

The Jefferson County Hiking Club will enjoy mountain fall leaves on Tuesday, October 14 with a hike along the Old Settler’s Trail beginning in Greenbrier. We will walk about 2 miles to the top of Copeland Divide where we will enjoy our lunch in the woods. Fall color should be glorious. Hikers will meet at [...]

Jefferson County High School Senior Information Session October 17, 2014

The JCHS Counseling Department will be hosting a “Senior Student & Parent Tailgate” on Friday, October 17th. Two sessions will be offered (5:00pm & 6:00pm) and pizza will be served! Counselors will be going over valuable information about post-high school planning. Join us and then go to Senior Night and watch the Patriots take on [...]

Cooking Matters at the Store, October 14, 2014!

Do you want to save money at the grocery store? Do you want to buy healthy foods for yourself and your family? Do you need tasty and healthy recipes? If you answered yes to these questions, join us for a free guided grocery store tour! Cooking Matters at the Store is an interactive tour that [...]

Florida Rallies to Beat Vols, 10-9

Florida Rallies to Beat Vols, 10-9

Florida’s winning streak against the Vols continues. Florida took its first lead of the game with 6:20 left in regulation and held on for a 10-9 victory over Tennessee (2-3, 0-2 SEC). It was the Gators (3-1, 2-1 SEC) 10th consecutive victory in the series, dating to a 30-28 Vols’ victory on Sept. 18, 2004, [...]

Vestibular Sense

Vestibular Sense

Sensory integration refers to the brain’s ability to process sensory input from multiple sensory modalities, the five senses (sight, hearing, touch, smell, and taste), vestibular sense (balance and movement) and proprioception (knowing one’s position in space). The vestibular sense receives input from the inner ear about equilibrium, gravitational changes, and movement experiences. A child may [...]

Fragrances from History

Fragrances from History

Hello, darlings! Doesn’t a touch of perfume add to one’s femininity? A lovely fragrance is always the last part of my dressing for the day or night. A woman should be aware of the power of perfume to enhance her identity, personality, and allure. Even my dogs know when I am ready for the day [...]

Hamburger Soup

Hamburger Soup

The recent relief from the 80 degree weather has made me crave soup. Simple, homey goodness. This recipe’s name, hamburger soup, is simple enough, but it tastes wonderful and is truly satisfying on a cool day. I grew up with this soup, and it always takes me back to my childhood, sitting at the dining [...]

Humans and Monkeys

Humans and Monkeys

Have you ever noticed the similarity between Sunday afternoons when you’re hanging out with the family after a big lunch and monkeys sunning on a rock? Both consist of brief, meaningless outbursts of chatter, difficult to interpret, followed by blank stares and cat naps. Give the monkeys a window, a bird feeder, and the NFL [...]

Obligations for Trick-or-Treating?

Obligations for Trick-or-Treating?

My mother is considering not participating in trick or treating this year. I think that this is rude and we are arguing over the issue. What do you think? Well, there is no mandate that says that everyone must hand out candy on Halloween. Does your mother live in a neighborhood that is heavily hit [...]

The Buzzz!!

The Buzzz!!

The Buzz word this week is “fleeing.” One open position in the hive on the hill is all the buzz this week. Buzzy Bees in the know are buzzing that one high flying financial bee is looking for the head of the hive position on the hill. The low humm is that the move looks [...]

Itching for Answers

Itching for Answers

Occasionally, when time and the “big” things allow, I find myself pondering the little things. You know. The ones that make you scratch your head and check your vision or hearing to make sure that you are correct. I am sure that you have your own list of head scratchers and I would love to [...]