Bryce and Kelley Brannon are the proud
new parents of a little girl, Brooklyn Raye. She was born on
The Tellico Plains Lions Club and the
Cherokee Women's Club of Tellico Plains have partnered to have a
pancake breakfast along with a free diabetes screening and blood
pressure testing on Saturday, Nov. 10, from 8:30-10:30 a.m. at the
Nut'n Fancy Restaurant in Tellico Plains. The pancake
breakfast is free to those who are screened for diabetes and blood
pressure testing and one non-screened guest per person who comes for
breakfast will pay a nominal charge of $1. If you are going to be
screened for diabetes, please do not eat or drink anything other than
water after midnight on Friday evening. There will also be a raffle
for $25 gift certificates to Tellicafe. The certificates are good for
lunch or dinner. For any further information, please contact Bill
Granger, Tellico Plains Lions Club President at 423-253-3138.
Etowah resident and local author,
Frances Brown Dorward, will be at The Bookshelf on Saturday, Nov 10
from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to sign copies of her new book, "Uprooted," a novel about a family who was displaced by the building of the
Tellico Dam. Frances is well known in the area for her first
book, "Dam Greed." The Bookshelf is at 108 Scott St. in Old
Downtown Tellico Plains. Call 423-253-3183 for more info.
Macedonia Baptist Church in the Rafter
community will be having their last singing of the year, Saturday,
Nov. 10 at 7 p.m., with The Underwood and Mullins families singing for
Happy birthday to Bud Byrum, Suzan
Schrader and Juanita Gilbert.
Get well wishes go to Reba Williams,
Betty Cheeks, Sam Belcher, Faye Torbett, O.R. "Red" Young, Sue Young, Susie Moser, Otis Young, Molly Gray, Mammie
Belcher, Wail Dalton, Thelma Matoy, JoAnn Queen, Boyd Rodgers,
Emma Best, Wayne Lynn, Charlotte Duncan, Justine
Williams, Margaret Wall, Virgil Tipton, Faye McDaniel,
Gladys Best and Patsy Long.
Kenneth Gay will sing old gospel music,
and Christmas gospel songs, for the Tellico Plains Candlelight Walk
on Dec. 1 at D & D Antiques on Scott Street. The music starts
around 4 p.m. until the evening. Rebecca Furniss will join
Kenneth sometime in the evening, as she walks around Tellico as an
itinerant fiddler for the evening.
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