Volume 52, Number 48

twelve pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, November 26, 2015

Trees donated to Community Center

Trees donated to Community CenterThe Pickett County Soil Conservation District donated one Red Bud, one White Dogwood and one Weeping Willow to the Byrdstown Community Center.
The Pickett SCD works in beautifying the county by donating the trees.
Pictured at left: Steven Gray, District Soil Tech; Earl Claborn, Veterans Service Officer; Elaine Conner, Deputy Administrative; Emily Sells, Center Director; Becky Matheny, Administrative Assistant UT Extension; Elese Richardson, Senior Center Assistant; Patricia Shelley, District Secretary; Susan Booher, Clerical Aide.


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