Town gifts $100,000 to Farragut schools

Sandra ClarkFarragut

Several educators attended Thursday’s meeting of the Farragut Board of Mayor and Aldermen as Mayor Ralph McGill presented the town’s school donations to principals. This year’s gifts totaled $100,000 with …

Learn Pysanky at Pellissippi State

Sandra ClarkFarragut

It’s never too early to look for gift ideas for the holidays — and Pellissippi State Community College offers a do-it-yourself opportunity to make creative holiday gifts, according to a …

Listening to my heart

Sherri Gardner HowellFarragut

At age 23, I had it all figured out.
I knew what I wanted out of life. I knew what my life would look like for the next however-many years. I …

Farragut Rotary partners with Ridgedale School

Tom KingFarragut

Partnerships have interesting beginnings and this one began on Feb. 27, 2016, at Ridgedale School – a unique school that is a combination school helping middle school alternative students on …

The art of dementia and mental illness

Harold DuckettFarragut

Jean Erwin Forster has been through a lot. A skilled nurse, she has survived acute myeloid leukemia and pseudomyxoma peritoni appendix cancer. She has also cared for her elder parents …

Town sponsors free putt-putt

Sandra ClarkFarragut, Uncategorized

It’s almost time for the town of Farragut’s annual day of free putt-putt, co-sponsored by Putt-Putt Golf & Games of Farragut, located in the West End Center.
This is the 26th …

How to treat someone you love

Sherri Gardner HowellFarragut, Uncategorized

My friend Michelle just wrapped up “Nana Camp” with her two grandchildren from Portland, Ore. She created a lot of adventures into a jam-packed three days, including a birthday celebration …

Hoffman tie to Hurricane Harvey

Tom KingFarragut

The Rotary Club of Farragut has two connections to Hurricane Harvey, it turns out. The Singletary and Hoffman families have been following the news and been on their phones a …