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May

Friday, May 24th Town of Farragut Parks & Recreation Department Town of Farragut Parks & Recreation Department announces application packets for athletic organizations requesting field use at any Farragut park for fall and winter 2019-20 are available at Farragut Town Hall or on the Town’s website at townoffarragut.org/fielduse. A representative from each group requesting field use for Fall/Winter 2019 is required to attend the Parks and Athletics Council meeting beginning at 7 p.m., Tuesday, June 11, in Farragut Town Hall boardroom. For more information, call 865-966-7057 or e-mail AthleticsFieldReservations@townoffarragut.org. Packets will not be accepted by fax. Absolute deadline for completed application packets to be returned (not postmarked) to Farragut Town Hall is noon Friday, May 24.
Wednesday, May 29th 2019 Bearden Junior Dance Camp Led by three-time UDA National Champion Bearden High School dance team members, 2019 Bearden Junior Dance Camp is for children ages rising kindergarten through rising sixth-graders. Camp runs from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., with check-in starting at 5 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday, May 29-30, at BHS, 8352 Kingston Pike. Cost is $40. For more information, including how to register, e-mail bhsdance21@gmail.com/.

June

Wednesday, Jun 12th Farragut High School Dance Team Summer Dance Camp, run by national champion FHS dancers and head coach Adonia Adams, is for grades pre-kindergarten through rising eighth-graders. It runs from 5 to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 12, and from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday and Friday, June 13-14, in Farragut High School’s Lynn E. Sexton Gymnasium. Dancers will learn new skills, group dances and perform on the final night for friends and family. Cost is $60. For more information, contact Donna Bocik at 865-719-8725.
Wednesday, Jun 12th Farragut High School Dance Team Summer Dance Camp Farragut High School Dance Team Summer Dance Camp for grades pre-kindergarten through rising eighth-grade runs from 5 to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 12, and from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday and Friday, June 13-14, in FHS’s Lynn E. Sexton Gymnasium. Cost is $60. For more information, call Donna Bocik at 865-719-8725.
Saturday, Jun 22nd The 2019 KARM Dragon Boat Festival is Saturday, June 22, at The Cove at Concord Park. To sign up, visit www.karm.org/dragonboats/, contact Yvonne Key at 865-660-9671 or e-mail ykey@karm.org
Saturday, Jun 22nd KARM Dragon Boat Festival The 2019 KARM Dragon Boat Festival is Saturday, June 22, at The Cove at Concord Park. To sign up, visit www.karm.org/dragonboats/. or contact Yvonne Key at 865-660-9671 or e-mail ykey@karm.org

‘Smart growth, planning’ is Frazier’s focus

Hardin Valley resident Kim Frazier loves her community, and she is doing everything she can to help mitigate and navigate its growing pains by advocating for “smart growth and planning.” The co-founder of Hardin Valley Planning Advocates is not doing it alone, but as ringleader she has helped bring about some very impactful changes, including rallying grass- roots support of Knoxville-Knox County Planning’s ongoing Hardin Valley Mobility Study and helping revive the nearly 20-years dormant Knoxville-Farragut-Knox County Growth Policy Plan Committee.

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Elliott’s Boots steps it up in ‘new’ Station West locale

Following a nearly year-long relocation, Elliott’s Boots Shoes Sandals had a very “Grand” Re-Opening Saturday, May 4, showing off a brand new store on the same 706 N. Campbell Station Road site where it first premiered 10 years ago. Its brightly lighted 6,000-square foot facility was filled with customers who enjoyed the shop’s vast inventory, visits from brand vendors, free ice cream from Cruze Farm and the friendly atmosphere buyers have come to know since the Knoxville-based business opened the Farragut/West Knox County location.

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News

‘Smart growth, planning’ is Frazier’s focus  Read More

One mother’s love  Read More

Easier now for permits, inspections  Read More

Massey awarded  Read More

Founders Park stage soon ready  Read More

Police Report  Read More

letterstotheeditor  Read More

presstalks  Read More

School

FHS Humanities racking up wins  Read More

One out of U.S. 26  Read More

Business

Elliott’s Boots steps it up in ‘new’ Station West locale  Read More

Farragut Modern Dentistry ‘excited’ about new business  Read More

FWKCC pours on the FUEL for young professionals  Read More

Community

95th in style for Dixie Highway Garden Club  Read More

After 38 years of prayers, hugs  Read More

Farragut High School Grand Reunion  Read More

First Farragut UMC to welcome new pastor  Read More

$180,000 scholarship to ‘fly high’ at VMI for FHS senior Taylor  Read More

Sports

Navy Blue power on pitch, diamond  Read More

Soggy, slow start no issue for Ads soccer in 4-1 title win  Read More

After crushing perennial 4-AAA power Maryville twice to capture district tourney, Farragut softball knocks out defending state champs  Read More

Four relays, 14 overall from FHS qualify for state  Read More