Pease’s Masters week experience specialTaking in the unique scenery and atmosphere of Augusta National Golf Club during preparations for The Masters, which always includes the world’s top golfers, Gary Pease said he “had tremendously high expectations, and the actual experience way exceeded my expectations.”
Pease, a Farragut resident and avid golf fan, won a lottery that allowed himself and three others to visit Augusta National during Masters week Wedn-esday, April 8. One highlight was seeing legend Jack Nicklaus’ media-celebrated hole-in-one at No. 4 during the Masters’ annual Par 3 nine-hole tournament.
“I didn’t look until the crowd at No. 4 started reacting, and so I looked and saw the ball roll into the hole. I was able to get a picture of him taking the ball out of the hole,” Pease said about he and his group, who were stationed at No. 3 hole where Nicklaus and fellow past Majors champions Gary Player and Ben Crenshaw all birdied. “Seeing those three old timers for a guy as old as I am was a real thrill,” he said. “… We also saw Tom Watson.” read more
Trash Run to clean up celebrates Earth Day April 22Farragut families and friends can make a run to clean up their community. In celebration of Earth Day Wednesday, April 22, Keep Knoxville Beautiful presents its first Trash Run on and near the Turkey Creek Greenway. Participants will meet at 5:30 p.m. at Wild Wing Café, 11335 Campbell Lakes Drive, Farragut.
Residents are asked do their part in helping make the community a cleaner, greener place to live, play, walk and run, Allison Teeters, Keep Knoxville Beautiful executive director, said.
Participants are invited to celebrate the Trash Run and Earth Day afterward at Wild Wing Café, she said. Turkey Creek Greenway trail, located at Turkey Creek Road, connects Brixworth, Kingsgate and Sailview subdivisions with Anchor Park.
“[Trash Run is] something we’ve been talking about, and we decided Farragut would be a great place to hold it,” Teeters said. “Farragut lends itself to great greenways and sidewalks to keep our volunteers out of danger. read more
SJN Spring Luncheon, Fashion show April 18St. John Neumann Catholic Church invites the community to attend SJN Women’s Club Spring Luncheon and Fashion Show.
The fourth annual event is slated from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, April 18, in the auditorium of St. John Neumann Catholic School, 633 St. John Court, Farragut. It will feature a lunch presentation, fashions by Veronica G Boutique in Turkey Creek, a chance to shop and camaraderie. All the while, it benefits charitable works of the Women’s Club and of women in the church parish, Jane Lubert, past president of St. John Neumann Women’s Club, said. read more
Farragut Skate DateFarragut and area residents donned their ice skates and took to the rink for the annual Farragut Skate Date.
Town of Farragut and Cool Sports: Home of the Icearium partnered to hold
the event Saturday, Jan. 17, at Cool Sports: Home of the Icearium,
110 S. Watt Road, Farragut.
For more photos from this event, please see Westside Faces in our print edition.
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