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Ocoee DAR April hostesses were, from left, Jane Rumbaugh, Joy Harden, and Mary Nelle Thomason.

From Ocoee Chapter DAR meets   |   4/20/19

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Ocoee DAR members participate in a popular Colonial era dance, following instruction by guest speaker and musician Susan Garrett.

From Ocoee Chapter DAR meets   |   4/20/19

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From left are Ocoee Chapter DAR Chaplain Jane Rumbaugh, new member Maelaina Trippett, new member Mary Fowler, Vice Regent Joanne Swafford, guest speaker Susan Garrett, and Regent Leigh Ann Boyd.

From Ocoee Chapter DAR meets   |   4/20/19

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LAYLA WILLIAMS, left, with Family Cornerstones, was the guest speaker at ADK's recent meeting. Kelly Del-La-Ruz, right, is the president-elect of ADK, and thanked Williams for her attendance and speech.

From ADK hears from Family Cornerstones   |   4/20/19

From Calfee reunion   |   4/20/19

THE MUSEUM CENTER at 5ive Points is hosting a plethora of unique summer day-camps from late May through July. Camps range from architecture and art to drama to even a STEM-focused camp for juniors and seniors.

JAMES CALFEE (1833-66) lived in Cocke County. He had six children. His son, John Henry (1864 to 1953) and a grandson, Cecil Calfee (1903-94), lived in Bradley County. Cecil was the son of Bub Lee Calfee (1866 to 1954.) The Calfee family will be having a reunion on Sunday, May 5, from noon to 4 p.m., at White Wing Christian Bookstore, 3750 Keith St. Doors will open at noon with lunch served at 1 p.m. Bring a covered dish or dessert. Photos and memorabilia should also be brought. Above is John Henry Calfee in the late 1930s or early 1940s. At left is Cecil and Effie Calfee in the 1970s. For more information, call Robyn Calfee Green at 423-790-2808 or Melodie Calfee Lay at 423-829-0875.

From Calfee reunion   |   4/20/19

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Ocoee DAR members donated snacks for USO centers. From left, Katy Tippens, Joanne Swafford, Debra Hamilton, Helen Riden, Janice Duff, Virginia Hodgson, and Regent Leigh Ann Boyd.

From Ocoee Chapter DAR meets   |   4/20/19

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ACRYLIC PAINT POURING produces varied results with every piece of art, as the paint can never be truly controlled. This gives artists a unique piece, such as this, every time.

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