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McMinn County High School: 116th Annual Commencement

McMinn County High School honored the 2019 Graduates at the 116th annual commencement exercises. The oldest school in East Tennessee and second oldest in Tennessee welcomed families, friends, teachers and graduates to receive final commencement remarks from the Former McMinn County School Director, Mickey Blevins who is retired this school…

Lee Grant Johnson

But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.- 1 Peter 2:9 NIV Truth is, as told in the Bible and shared by Pastors around the…

Hawks Cay

The Florida Keys are the subject of much folklore, a romantic yet mysterious destination located at the southern tip of the United States. With non-stop flights from Knoxville to South Florida, it's also an easy getaway. Just book a flight, rental car and head down the Overseas Highway to Ernest…

Chimney Rock State Park, NC

Today, reaching the top of Chimney Rock takes driving up a three-mile winding road to a large parking area, followed by climbing 500 steps or riding the elevator to the top. The reward, on a clear day, are the 75-mile views overlooking Lake Lure and the Hickory Nut Gorge. The…

Are You Being Heard?

We live in a time where there is so much noise. Wonderful noises include the sound of our loved ones talking to us, with us and near us, making memories together, whether we realize the significance of those memories or not. Wonderful noises also include music of all varieties that…

Anise Sage Salvia

Outside the sunroom, I have a patch of Anise Sage (salvia guaronitica) planted. While having a cup of coffee in the morning, I love to see the hummingbirds come to feed on this tall blue plant. This perennial has deep blue flowers that bloom from summer to late fall. Salvia…

McMinn County High School: 116th Annual Commencement

McMinn County High School honored the 2019 Graduates at the 116th annual commencement exercises. The oldest school in East Tennessee and second oldest in Tennessee welcomed families, friends, teachers and graduates to receive final commencement remarks from the Former McMinn County School Director, Mickey Blevins who is retired this school…

Lee Grant Johnson

But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.- 1 Peter 2:9 NIV Truth is, as told in the Bible and shared by Pastors around the…

Hawks Cay

The Florida Keys are the subject of much folklore, a romantic yet mysterious destination located at the southern tip of the United States. With non-stop flights from Knoxville to South Florida, it's also an easy getaway. Just book a flight, rental car and head down the Overseas Highway to Ernest…

Chimney Rock State Park, NC

Today, reaching the top of Chimney Rock takes driving up a three-mile winding road to a large parking area, followed by climbing 500 steps or riding the elevator to the top. The reward, on a clear day, are the 75-mile views overlooking Lake Lure and the Hickory Nut Gorge. The…

Are You Being Heard?

We live in a time where there is so much noise. Wonderful noises include the sound of our loved ones talking to us, with us and near us, making memories together, whether we realize the significance of those memories or not. Wonderful noises also include music of all varieties that…

Anise Sage Salvia

Outside the sunroom, I have a patch of Anise Sage (salvia guaronitica) planted. While having a cup of coffee in the morning, I love to see the hummingbirds come to feed on this tall blue plant. This perennial has deep blue flowers that bloom from summer to late fall. Salvia…

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