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Knoxville Fishing Show

This past week-end the outdoor sportsmen and women visited the 2016 Fishing Show.  Thousand of visitors, hundreds of vendors, boat dealers, sporting good and tackle were on display.

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Knoxville is in the center of seven TVA lakes with more than 3,700 miles of shoreline…. homes, docks, campgrounds, marinas and other recreational facilities dot the shoreline of these lakes.

 

HonorAir Knoxville honors Vets Again

HonorAir Flight 19 will leaves for D.C with 125 of East Tennessee’s WWII, Korean and Vietnam veterans the morning of October 7th.

After a day of touring the various veteran sites in Washington,  Flight 19 will return to a hero welcome at the Knoxville Airport.

Below is a short clip of Flight 18 returning to Knoxville earlier this year.

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FALL COLORS

Ready for the fall colors in the Great Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee.

The biggest question is “when is the best time to visit”.

This year, the Department of Biology at Appalachian State University published a map of their estimates for the North Carolina side of the park.

It would appear that the first week in October is the target for the higher elevations. Most of the park will be at peak in the second and third week in October.  We hope they are right.

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Make a note – #fallcolors in the Smoky Mountains – Early October

Knoxville | Lakemoor Hills Convenience

Upon entering Lakemoor Hills, after a long summer day, you will catch a glint of sunlight filtering thru the trees and you will feel a cool calm change in the air.

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Much like Robin Hood’s Sherwood Forest, this neighborhood is heavily wooded and has an air of confidence and an independent spirit that comes from the educated, hardworking families that live there .The appreciation of history is evident by the care that has been taken to preserve it. Reminders of the Revolutionary War are present all around the peninsula and jewels of some of Knoxville’s greatest architects are delightful surprises. Wells Cemetery is only one of several Revolutionary War era cemeteries. The Anderson Waller Home was designed by the well-known David West Barber, who lived just around the corner as did his cousin, another illustrious architect, Charles Barber. McCarrell Cabin holds the distinction of being the oldest structure on its original site in Knox County and McCarrell Spring once provided water for much of South Knoxville.

The neighborhood has a lot of walkers and most of the roads are only used by the residents so walking is a good way to get outside and enjoy the trees and flowers. There is also a neighborhood park, Maloney Park, on the lake with a boat ramp, playground, and a walking trail. Lake Hills Presbyterian Church is just a short drive and it offers an expanded variety of recreational facilities with a walking trail, basketball courts and tennis courts. Plans for the Knoxville Greenways to be expanded to connect Maloney Rd. Park to I.C. King Park by crossing the UT Farms property would allow even more access to county parks.

Best Buys on Cherokee Lake

Grainger’s Landing on Cherokee Lake

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Executive Lake front and lake access lots in this private gated lake front neighborhood, wide streets with rolled curbs, underground utilities including internet, architecturally controlled for your protection, wooded and meadow lots, deep water boat launch ramp,  and private marina that is equaled by none.

There are 60 spacious privately deeded prime sites ranging from almost an acre to more than four acres offering optimum lake views or intimate wooded privacy.

Situated only a few miles from Jefferson City and Morristown in East Tennessee, this neighborhood is one of the finest on Cherokee Lake.

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The Dragons are Coming

Oak Ridge Marina on Melton Lake Drive Beginning Friday at 6 PM

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The fund raiser will feature 32 teams competing for the title while helping Rotary Clubs fund programs for children and education. Organizations benefiting include The Children’s Museum, Boys and Girls Club, Second Harvest Food Bank and Free Medical Clinic of Oak Ridge.

Parking will be provided at Roane State Community College – 701 Briarcliff Avenue. If you haven’t been before – A Great Day with Lots of Fun!

More information online at http://oakridge.racedragonboats.com