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Tuition, other fees at Tusculum College will not see increase in 2015

Tuition, other fees at Tusculum College will not see increase in 2015

Posted on 17 October 2014 by

There will be no increase in tuition and room and board rates for Tusculum College students in the 2015-2016 year, as members of the Tusculum College Board of Trustees voted to freeze fees for the upcoming year at their fall meeting on the Greeneville campus, October 15-17.

The board met for three days, which included the kick-off celebration for the Tusculum First Capital Campaign held on Thursday night.

“We are pleased to announce that tuition, room and board at Tusculum College will remain at the same rate,” said President Nancy B. Moody. “It is our challenge and our duty to control costs for our students to the best of our ability.”

The tuition freeze will be applied to both the residential and the Graduate and Professional Studies programs.

In other business, the board approved revised floor plans and construction budget for the Dr. Ronald H. and Verna June Meen Center for Science and Math.

The Meen Center for Science and Math will be a four-story structure of nearly 100,000 square feet. Interiors include wings for biology, chemistry, mathematics, computer science, environmental science and nursing. There will also be lab space and research areas for both faculty and students.

The building features the environmental science wing with a loading dock, as well as larger general classroom spaces and classrooms equipped for distance learning programs. A large lecture hall will also be included on the ground floor. Additional space is earmarked for new yet-to-be-determined academic programs.

“We are ready to see this vision become a reality,” said Dr. Ken Bowman, chair of the Board of Trustees and a 1970 graduate of Tusculum College. “With the announcement Thursday night of the Tusculum First campaign and approval today on a construction budget for the science building, we have made giant strides in moving Tusculum College forward.”

Upon the recommendation of the faculty, the board approved changes in the number of credit hours required for graduation and credit hours earned per course for a large number of offerings in the academic program. Students will be required to earn 120 credits to graduate, down from 128. It is anticipated that this change will be implemented with the input of faculty, staff and administration by fall 2016.

Also approved was a fully-online degree program for the Bachelor of Science in management program.

In other action, the board gave approval to the 2014-2015 operating budget, approved December graduates and elected officers.

Officers elected included: Chair, Dr. Bowman; Vice Chair, Dr. Jerry Ward; Treasurer, Dwight Ferguson, and Secretary, Mark R. Williams.

Bowman, who currently resides in Apollo, Pa., has been a member of the board since 1998 and chair since 2006.

Dr. Ward resides in Greeneville and has served on the board since 2009.  He has served as assistant principal, principal and superintendent of schools in the Greeneville City School System. Dr. Ward served on the faculty of Tusculum College from 1994 until 2004, serving as distinguished service professor of education, department chair and division chair.

Ferguson joined the board in 2009. He is retired from Nuclear Fuel Services, Inc., located in Erwin, where he served as president and chief executive officer from March 1992 until January 2009. Williams, of Greeneville, joined the board in 2001. He is a broker with Century 21 Legacy.

Also re-elected for an additional term as board members were Dr. Ward, Dr. Alan B. Corley, Dr. Judith Domer, Anna Gamble, Dr. Paul E. Stanton, Frank Horsman and Dr. Angelo Volpe.

The next meeting of the Tusculum College Board of Trustees will be in February 2015.


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Tusculum College kicks-off $25 million capital campaign

Tusculum College kicks-off $25 million capital campaign

Posted on 17 October 2014 by

Tusculum College kicked off a $25 million dollar capital campaign Thursday night in a gathering of college alumni and friends at the General Morgan Inn.

More than 150 people attended the dinner held in conjunction with Homecoming 2014 and the October meeting of the Board of Trustees. The campaign, Tusculum First, is designed to strengthen the college and what is offered by the institution to the community and the region.

Campaign Chairman Scott Niswonger, an alumnus of the college and member of the Tusculum College Board of Trustees, announced that to date, $18 million had been raised.

“By giving to the Tusculum First Campaign, donors will provide resources that enable Tusculum to continue to grow and thrive,” said Niswonger. “To reach our goal, we are appealing to everyone in our community – alumni, students, parents and friends of the college – to join us in making our community first in education.”

According to Niswonger, Tusculum First is designed to address the college’s areas of greatest need including a new center for science and math, growth of academic programs, endowed scholarships, student life improvements, technology, an environmental resources and facilities center and support to the Tusculum Fund.

The campaign, which follows the college’s long line of firsts, “was initiated to improve and expand Tusculum College and its programs for the benefit of both the internal and external community. It is designed to improve the areas that most affect student success and inspire them to be contributing members of society,” said Dr. Nancy B. Moody, the college’s president.

Moody went on to explain that the campaign is a continuing effort to keep Tusculum first, and that it will provide improved academic programs and scholarship opportunities to help students develop as global citizens. The overall goal of the campaign is to give the Tusculum community the best education environment possible.

“Tusculum College is in a state of becoming, one we hope to continue for centuries more. Tusculum First will make these transformational opportunities a reality,” added Moody. “The success of Tusculum First depends on every member of the Tusculum community joining together to set the next stage of transformation.”

Dr. Ken Bowman, a 1970 alumnus of the college and chair of Tusculum’s Board of Trustees, told the group how proud he was to be part of continuing the tradition of firsts that is so prominent in the institution’s history.

“We have a duty, a responsibility, to be stewards of what has been passed forward to us since the days our founders chose to take on the task of providing higher education to those on the frontier,” said Bowman. “We are up to the task, and if we stand together, can provide for our future through what we can offer to generations to come.”


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New meditation garden dedicated at ceremony Tuesday afternoon

New meditation garden dedicated at ceremony Tuesday afternoon

Posted on 23 September 2014 by

A dedication ceremony was held for the meditation garden located at the Honor Program House at Tusculum College on Tuesday, Sept. 23. The garden was a service project of several Tusculum classes, including students in the biology and visual arts programs. The garden was designed not only as a beautiful campus space, but as an ongoing project in support of ASafeHarborHome, an organization that assists domestic abuse victims and homeless with a disability. With the help of Office of Institutional Advancement, the biology class solicited donations to purchase plants and supplies. With each group donation, a plant identification marker will be placed to represent organization or departments/group on campus. Students from the “Service Learning in the Arts” class repaired, cleaned and re-tiled the benches; repainted the bird feeder; and created the stepping stone that is a feature in the garden. Students in service-learning classes taught by Robin Fife have worked with ASafeHarborHome for several years and continue to work the non-profit organization.


The meditation garden was created as a partnership between Tusculum College and ASafeHarborHome.

Lilly Gonzelez and Daniel Velez

The dedication ceremony included a welcome from Dr. Nancy B. Moody, president of Tusculum College. Denise Coffey, student intern at ASafeHarborHome, shared what the meditation garden means to her. Dr.Melissa Keller, assistant professor of biology; Aurora Pope, assistant professor of art, and Fife described what their students did as part of the project. Daniel Velez, chief executive officer of ASafeHarborHome, Inc., and his wife, Lilly Gonzalez, expressed their appreciation of the Tusculum students and College community for their work. Velez said it is an example of people working together to meet a common goal to better the lives of others. Tusculum Chaplain Mark Stokes offered a prayer of dedication for the garden. Rev. Ronda Gentry, director of the Center for Civic Advancement, invited those in attendance to explore the garden.


Lowe's of Greeneville provided donations of some of the landscaping elements used in the garden.


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Tusculum announces 2014 Sports Hall of Fame class

Tusculum announces 2014 Sports Hall of Fame class

Posted on 18 September 2014 by

The 2014 Tusculum College Sports Hall of Fame class has been announced and three new members will be inducted next month.  This year’s inductee class includes: Pioneer golf coach Bob Dibble; 2003 All-American football linebacker Craig Pritchett; and 2007 South Atlantic Conference women’s golfer of the year Shannon Palenkas Stone.

The induction ceremonies will take place Saturday, October 18th during the College’s Homecoming weekend festivities.  The ceremony is part of the alumni breakfast, which will be held at the Chalmers Conference Center in the Niswonger Student Commons on the Greeneville campus.

The 2014 induction class will also be honored prior to the homecoming game against Carson-Newman University.


For the past quarter of a century, Bob Dibble has directed the golf fortunes at Tennessee’s oldest college. Dibble, a native of Peoria, Illinois has coached the men’s team for 25 years and started the women’s program in the 1997-1998 season.

His teams have captured seven conference titles and two region championships during his tenure. He guided the TC men’s squad to five consecutive national tournament appearances from 1993-1997. In the women’s inaugural campaign, the Pioneers placed 13th at the NAIA National Tournament.  In all, he has guided the Tusculum golf programs to an amazing 45 team tournament titles during his tenure.

He has been honored by his peers as conference coach of the year on nine occasions during his career, including the 2011-2012 campaign as he was named the South Atlantic Conference Women’s Golf Coach of the Year for a second time (He earned the inaugural SAC Coach of the Year accolade during the 1999-2000 season).  He led that team to a berth to the NCAA Division II Tournament as his team finished third or better in six of its 11 events, including two tournament titles.

He has mentored three All-Americans, 45 All-Conference players, four conference players of the year and three SAC Freshmen of the Year.  He has coached eight players who qualified for NCAA Division II region play, including three-time All-Conference standout Rachel McFarland who advanced to the 2003 NCAA II National Championship where she finished 16th individually.

Dibble’s players have also excelled in the classroom as 24 players have garnered All-America Scholar Athlete recognition, while five of his squads have captured the SAC Team Academic Award. He has also coached five SAC Scholar Athletes of the Year.

Dibble served as head professional at Link Hills Country Club in Greeneville, Tenn. from 1978 to 2000. He turned pro in 1957 and became a Professional Golf Association member in 1964. Dibble also squeezed in a stint serving in the United States Marine Corps.

Dibble served as Midwest PGA President from 1971-73 while living in Missouri and was a club pro in Florida as well. A veteran of the PGA Winter Tour, Dibble has qualified for the PGA National Club Pro Championship on three occasions. Junior golf has been Dibble’s passion for over 20 years. He has built one of the state’s strongest youth programs at Link Hills. Dibble has been honored on four occasions with the Tennessee PGA Junior Golf Leader of the Year Award. In 1982, he won the Tennessee PGA Horton Smith Award for his contributions to the game of golf.

Dibble played his collegiate golf at Central Missouri State in Warrensburg, Mo. He also attended the University of Missouri at Kansas City where he lettered on the basketball hardwood for the Kangaroos.

Dibble has been married to his wife Cindy for over 50 years and the couple has three grown children: Sandy, Tim and Chris. His son, Chris, is the head golf professional at Holston Hills Country Club in Knoxville. The Dibbles are also the proud grandparents of nine grandchildren.

CRAIG PRITCHETT (Tusculum, 2003)

From 1999-2003, Craig Pritchett was the epitome of the ideal college student-athlete.  He shined both on the Tusculum football field as well as in the classroom.

In his 43-game career, he recorded 277 tackles, which are the sixth-most all-time and the fourth highest tally by a TC linebacker.  He also amassed 39 tackles for loss, which are sixth in the TC record book, while his five fumbles forced and five fumble recoveries are the third and fifth most ever by a Pioneer, respectively.

The two-time All-South Atlantic Conference selection earned second team honors in 2002 and first team accolades in 2003.  He was a four-time team captain and led the Pioneers to a 31-12 combined record, which is one the most successful four-year periods in program history.  His teams recorded wins over three nationally-ranked opponents, including two times against arch-rival Carson-Newman.

During his 2000 rookie season, he posted 66 tackles, including nine for loss, two sacks and four interceptions, which are tied for the third most in a TC single-season.  He also forced two fumbles, recovered two more and tallied seven passes defended.  For his efforts, he was named the 2000 SAC Defensive Freshman of the Year.

Pritchett recorded 82 tackles in 2001 as the Pioneers posted an 8-2 record and finished the season ranked 21st in NCAA Division II.

In 2002, he finished with 90 tackles, including 17 hits behind the line of scrimmage, which are the third most tackles for loss in school history.

In his 2003 senior campaign, Pritchett made 39 tackles, while leading Tusculum to a 9-2 record, a No. 19 national ranking and the program’s first South Atlantic Conference championship.  He was named to the Daktronics All-Region Team and the All-America team.

In the classroom, Pritchett finished his undergraduate career with a 3.76 cumulative grade point average while majoring in visual arts.  He was named the SAC Football Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2002 and again in 2003.

The two-time CoSIDA Academic All-District selection was also recognized for his numerous community service endeavors with his selection to the 2003 American Football Coaches Association Good Works Team® and was one of only 11 players from NCAA Division I FCS, NCAA II, NCAA III and the NAIA to be chosen.

In 2003, he was also the recipient of the Tusculum College President’s Award and the Walter T. Dette Spirit Award.

He graduated from Tusculum in 2003 with magna cum laude honors and was a nominee for the Eisenhower Scholar Society.

Pritchett is in his 10th season on the football coaching staff at his prep alma mater Ridgeland High School in Rossville, Georgia.  He has served the last five years as RHS co-defensive coordinator and has guided Ridgeland to playoff appearances in eight of his 10 seasons, including 2012 where his squad advanced to the state championship game.

He is married to the former Susanne Chesney, who is a 2003 Tusculum graduate and they are the parents of a seven-year-old son, Braylon and five-year-old daughter, Chesney.


Shannon Palenkas Stone accounted for one of the best playing careers in the history of the Tusculum women’s golf program.

From 2003-2007, the Maryville, Tenn. native posted a career scoring average of 83.44, which was a school record upon her graduation and is currently the fifth lowest in the Tusculum record book.

She garnered All-South Atlantic Conference honors on three occasions, including two times on the first team.  In her senior campaign, she shot a then-school record 78.28 scoring average, which is the fourth best currently by a Pioneer.  In the 2006-2007 season, she won two individual tournament titles and was named the SAC Player of the Year.

She claimed the 2006 Tusculum Fall Classic crown with her two-day score of 148, which is the sixth-lowest 36-hole score in school history. Included in that tally was a career-best 71 (-1).  She would later cap off her stellar career by winning the 2007 SAC Tournament title.  She is the only women’s golfer in TC history to sweep SAC Player of the Year and SAC Tournament MVP honors in the same season.

The three-time SAC All-Tournament honoree finished in the top-20 on 24 occasions, including 14 times in the top-10 along with six top-5 performances.

At the end of the 2006-2007 academic year, she was named the Tusculum College Female Athlete of the Year, becoming the first women’s golfer to earn the College’s top athletic honor.

She graduated from Tusculum in 2007 with a degree in business administration.  Shannon is a creative service manager with the Pilot Travel Centers Corporation.

Shannon is married to Cody Stone, who was a point guard on the Pioneer men’s basketball team and graduated from Tusculum in 2004.  The Stones live in Maryville, Tennessee and they are the parents of two daughters, Ella and Harper.



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Two Events Set for September at the Doak House

Two Events Set for September at the Doak House

Posted on 08 September 2014 by

Join staff and volunteers at the Doak House Museum on Saturday, Sept. 13, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for Fall Fun Day. The museum is hosting this family-friendly event featuring make-and-take learning stations, live animals, living history and more.

There will be art demonstrations, costumed historic interpreters, a dance performance, a booth sponsored by Hands On! Museum and several interactive learning stations. There is no charge to attend the event; donations will be accepted for make-and-take activities.

Later in September, the museum will host a Volunteer Appreciation Picnic for all who have given their time to the museum in the past and those who would like to volunteer in the future. The picnic will be Thursday, Sept. 18, at 5:30 p.m. Food and drinks will be provided and RSVPs are requested.

For more information about either event or to RSVP to the picnic invitation, contact the museum’s Facebook page, call 423-636-8554423-636-8554 or email


Children learn how to write with a quill pen at the Doak House Museum.



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‘Pioneer Pete’ tailgate Sept. 4 to feature live music, activities for all

‘Pioneer Pete’ tailgate Sept. 4 to feature live music, activities for all

Posted on 26 August 2014 by

Live music, games, food and activities for all will be part of the Pioneer Pete Tailgate Party Thursday, Sept. 4, prior to the Tusculum football team’s home opener.

The community is invited to come and be part of the fun, which includes a performance by Carson Peters, the 10-year-old fiddler who has appeared on the Jay Leno Show and performed at the Grand Ole Opry. The tailgate will begin at 4:30 p.m. in the area just outside the Niswonger Sports Complex and Pioneer Field.

Carson Peters

The Fiddlin’ Carson Peters Band also include his father, Jamie Peters, and two Greene Countians, Tom and Bobbie Dier. Carson, who began playing fiddle at three, says his main inspiration is using “the talent God gave me to make people smile!”

The tailgate will include games, inflatables, face painting and other activities for all ages.

Tasty food will also be plentiful as Creamy Cup, Auntie Ruth Donuts and Soft Pretzels and other concessions will be part of the tailgate.

There is no charge for any of the activities except for food and a ticket to the game. Tusculum  will be taking on the College of Faith with kickoff scheduled at 7 p.m. Fireworks will follow the game.

The Pioneer Club will also be having a tailgate on Thursday with information available about how to become a member and support Tusculum student-athletes and athletic programs.

Games and inflatables will be part of the Pioneer Pete Tailgate Party.

The Thursday night game is the first of six home games for Tusculum this season. The other home games include against North Greenville (Sept. 20), Newberry (Oct. 11), Carson-Newman (Oct. 18), UNC Pembroke (Nov. 1) and Brevard (Nov. 6).

Tusculum hosts North Greenville on Saturday, Sept. 20, as the Pioneers will be celebrating Local Heroes Night and Take-A-Kid the Game Night at Pioneer Field.  Children ages 12 and under will be admitted free.  It will also be Youth Football Night as all players of the Boys & Girls Club, Greene County YMCA Flag Football League, and the Greeneville/Greene County Youth Football Association will  be admitted free.  All youth players are asked to wear their game t-shirt or game jersey to gain free admittance. (All youth must have adult supervision).  All youth football players will lead the Tusculum team out onto the field prior to kickoff.

As Local Heroes Night, the College is inviting all law enforcement, fire and emergency medical professionals and members of the Armed Forces to attend the Sept. 20  game free of charge. Members of the aforementioned agencies may either present their ID badge or be in uniform for free admission to the game. The ID badge admits the public servant and one (1) guest.

Tusculum hosts South Atlantic Conference foe Newberry College on Saturday, Oct. 11, for Breast Cancer Awareness Day and Local Church Day.  October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month as the Pioneers and their fans will be donning pink and will be raising funds and awareness in the battle against breast cancer.  Tusculum will also be recognizing and honoring churches in the community as the Pioneers take on the Wolves at 2:30 p.m.

The Pioneers will take on arch-rival Carson-Newman on Saturday, Oct. 18. for Homecoming 2014 as the game is slated to begin at 2:30 p.m.  Be there for all the pageantry and tradition of homecoming weekend with the parade, alumni reunions and the homecoming court.  It is also Sports Hall of Fame weekend as members of the 2014 induction class will be honored.


Tusculum hosts 2013 NCAA Playoff participant UNC Pembroke at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, for Senior Day.  The Pioneers will honor its senior members of the football team as well as the senior members of the cheerleading squad and the Pioneer Marching Band prior to kickoff.  It is also Family Weekend on the Greeneville campus.


The Pioneers will host South Atlantic Conference foe Brevard for a rare Thursday night battle on Nov. 6, at 7 p.m.  Following the regular-season home finale, there will be a fireworks show.


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“Grills Gone Wild” barbecue cook-off and festival coming to campus Sept. 12-13

“Grills Gone Wild” barbecue cook-off and festival coming to campus Sept. 12-13

Posted on 26 August 2014 by

Going for the hardwood smoked, tasty goodness prize, those who think they know barbecue will be on the Tusculum College campus in September for the first-ever Grills Gone Wild barbecue cook-off and festival.

The event is scheduled for September 12-13 on the Tusculum College campus. The Grills Gone Wild Barbecue Festival is organized by the Inferno Group of Harrogate, Tenn., and will feature top-flight barbecue masters competing for the $5,000 competition prize.

This is the first year for the event, and organizers hope to draw people from around the region to participate and attend the festivities. The event has previously been held in London, Ky.

Grills Gone Wild is a family-friendly event, which will include a barbecue cook-off, a car show, a 5K fundraiser run and many other activities. The event will be held in front of Pioneer Park.

The public is cautioned that professional barbecuers will not be offering samples of their barbecue, but there will be food vendors available during the Festival.

On Saturday, the car show begins at 2 p.m. and will include awards for Best of Show, Best Engine, People’s Choice and many others.  The “Run in Glow Motion” 5k Run/Walk begins at 8 p.m., with registration beginning at 6:30 p.m.  A post-race party will be held at 9:30 p.m. Registration for the race includes a gift bag with t-shirt, glow glasses and various glow products.

Other weekend activities include vendors, inflatable attractions for children, live music and a cornhole tournament.

This is a Kansas City Barbeque Society sanctioned event, where the teams will prepare their best ribs, chicken, beef brisket and pork.

Grills Gone Wild activities will be tied in to Orange Rush weekend on campus, a series of events on the Tusculum campus to encourage engagement among new students joining Tusculum as freshmen or as transfer students.

“We are very excited to blend the events of this festival with those set for Orange Rush Weekend,” said Dr.  Lisa Johnson, interim vice president for Academic Affairs. Encouraging our students to become part of the community is a big part of what the Orange Rush Weekend wants to achieve.”

For more information on the event, contact David Martin, director of facilities at Tusculum College at 423.636.7300.


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Andy Stoll’s travel adventure presentation to kick-off annual series

Andy Stoll’s travel adventure presentation to kick-off annual series

Posted on 11 August 2014 by

Andy Stoll

A presentation by Andy Stoll on Monday, Aug. 25, about his 40-country journey of self-discovery is the first event in the 2014-15 Acts, Arts, Academia performance and lecture series at Tusculum College.

The performance and lecture series is a program of Tusculum College Arts Outreach and will feature 14 events throughout the academic year. Acts, Arts, Academic is supported by the late Dr. Sam Miller in memory of his wife Agnes Ault Miller, Arts Outreach, Hearts for the Arts and the Tennessee Arts Commission.

Andy Stoll’s presentation, “How (and Why) to Travel Around the World” will begin at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Annie Hogan Byrd Fine Arts Building on the Tusculum campus. The cost is $6 per person.

After finishing college, Stoll set off on a four-year, 40-country trip in search of experiences far off the beaten path in order to get a better understanding of how the world works. During his travels, he handed out micro-loans in China, played a 19th century British soldier in a Bollywood movie, worked in a dress factory in Bangkok for 60 cents an hour, lived in a mud hut village in Zambia and climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro with 10 Tanzanian street kids.

Stoll’s presentation is much more than a travel slideshow. It is an insightful, inspiring, entertaining and often hilarious look at what it takes to find one’s place in the world and achieve one’s dreams.

The schedule for the remainder of the 2014-15 academic year includes:

“Birding in Northeast Tennessee: Quite an Earful,” a presentation by Don Miller, will be Tuesday, Sept. 23, at 7 p.m. in the Behan Arena Theatre (lower level side entrance of the Annie Hogan Byrd building). The cost is $6 per person.

Theatre-at-Tusculum’s production of “The Addams Family” musical comedy will be Nov. 14-16 and Nov. 20-23. All performances will be at 7 p.m. in the Annie Hogan Byrd auditorium except the Sunday shows, which will be at 2 p.m.

The Tusculum College Band Christmas Concert will be Tuesday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m. in the Annie Hogan Byrd auditorium. There is free admission to the concert

The holiday events continue with Tusculum College Community Chorus’ annual Christmas concert on Monday, Dec. 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the Annie Hogan Byrd auditorium. This year’s performance, which is free and open to the public, will be “Gaudete! A Christmas Concert.”

Central Ballet Theatre returns to the stage in January with “Rapunzel: A Tangled Tale.” Performances will be at 7 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 16, 2 and 7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 17 and 2 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 18. All the performances will be in the Annie Hogan Byrd auditorium.

“Lincoln at Gettysburg” with Chris Small of the Lincoln Project will be 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 1, in the Behan Arena Theatre. The cost is $6 per person.

“Kaleidoscope of Indian Classical Dance,” featuring Bharatha Natyam, Kuchipudi and Kathak classical dance, will be 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 21, at 7 p.m. in the Annie Hogan Byrd auditorium.

The Tusculum College Band Winter Concert will be Tuesday, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m. in Annie Hogan Byrd auditorium. Admission is free.

Theatre-at-Tusculum’s production of the musical comedy, “How to Eat Like a Child,” will be 7 p.m. Feb. 27-28 and March 5-7 in the Behan Arena Theatre. Sunday matinees will be presented at 2 p.m. on March 1 and 8.

“Back on Broadway,” dazzling production numbers performed by the next generation of Broadway stars, will be at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 22, in the Annie Hogan Byrd auditorium.

“5 x 10,” five 10-minute plays by Tusculum students under the direction of English professor Wayne Thomas, will be presented at 7 p.m. on April 17-18 and 24-25 with Sunday matinee performance at 2 p.m. on April 19 and 26. Admission for the plays, to be presented in the Behan Arena Theatre, is $6 per person.

The Tusculum College Band Spring Concert will be Thursday, April 30, at 7 p.m. in the Annie Hogan Byrd auditorium. The concert is free and open to the public.

The series will conclude with the Tusculum College Community Chorus Spring Concert on Monday, May 4, at 7:30 p.m. in the Annie Hogan Byrd auditorium. Admission is free.

Unless otherwise noted, admission is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors (60 years of age and older) and $5 for children 12 and under.

For more information on these events, please contact Arts Outreach at 423-798-1620 or visit its website at


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Make reservations today to attend Tusculum College Night at the Astros

Make reservations today to attend Tusculum College Night at the Astros

Posted on 11 August 2014 by

The Astros will be taking on the Bluefield Blue Jays at 7 p.m. in Appalachian Minor League conference play. The Astros will have a special promotion that night – fans arriving early will receive a free Greeneville Astros stadium blanket as they enter the gates.



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‘Tusculum College Night at the Astros’ set for Monday, Aug. 25

‘Tusculum College Night at the Astros’ set for Monday, Aug. 25

Posted on 15 July 2014 by

Alumni, students, parents, faculty and staff members are all invited to enjoy an evening at the ball park Monday, Aug. 25, “Tusculum College Night at the Astros.”

Each Tusculum alumnus,  parent, faculty member and staff member to RSVP will receive free tickets to the Greeneville Astros baseball game that night at Pioneer Park on campus (limit two per family). Additional tickets will be available at a discounted rate, $4 per person. Admission for Tusculum students is $1 with a student ID.

The Astros will be taking on the Bluefield Blue Jays at 7 p.m. in Appalachian Minor League conference play. The Astros will have a special promotion that night – fans arriving early will receive a free Greeneville Astros stadium blanket as they enter the gates.

Please RSVP by Monday, Aug. 18, by calling 423-636-7303 or emailing


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High school students participate in first ‘Success and Self-Sufficiency’ summer institute

High school students participate in first ‘Success and Self-Sufficiency’ summer institute

Posted on 14 July 2014 by

A group of 18 high school students on Friday finished the first “Women’s Search for Success and Self-Sufficiency” Summer Institute at Tusculum College.

Students from Carter, Cocke and Greene counties attended the program, which was hosted and coordinated by Tusculum College’s Talent Search program. The summer institute was funded through an $11,000 grant from the Women’s Fund of East Tennessee.

The “Women’s Search for Success and Self-Sufficiency” Summer Institute was designed as a first-generation college student mentoring program. The week-long program was filled with activities providing the participants a holistic view of what is needed for success in careers and life.

The students arrived on Monday, July 7, and spent the entire week living in one of the residence halls at Tusculum, providing some insight in what it is like to live away from home and the intrapersonal skills needed to get along with others in a non-family setting.

Participants in the summer institute are all part of the Talent Search program, which helps prepare potential first-generation college students to pursue higher education. This emphasis continued throughout the institute as the students not only toured Tusculum but also toured the East Tennessee State College of Pharmacy.

Personal habits and choices that affect future success were addressed in such activities as a health and nutrition session and a seminar about personal finance and budgeting. The high schoolers had the opportunity to put their new knowledge into practice when they went grocery shopping and then cooked a meal using healthy foods.

The participants learned about diversity and career preparedness from professionals at Tusculum. One of the topics of career preparedness session was what to wear to an interview and the type of dress expected in a professional environment. Two of the fun activities for the participants were related – students learned hair and make-up tips from local professionals and went shopping for a professional outfit.

Another of the sessions focused on proper etiquette and manners, and the participants worked with staff of Tusculum College Arts Outreach to improve their presentation and public speaking skills. The participants had the opportunity practice their etiquette and manners (and wear their new outfits) at a dinner at the Martha Washington Inn and a play at the Barter Theatre.

The participants in the summer institute take a moment to pose for a group photo before traveling to the Martha Washington Inn and Barter Theatre.

On the messier end of the practical lessons, one session focused on car maintenance and how to fix minor problems such as a flat tire.

The importance of teamwork was emphasized on the group’s visit to a challenging ropes course. The students also provided three hours of community service at local non-profits such as the Humane Society.

At the closing ceremony, Jeanne Stokes, director of the TRIO programs that include Talent Search, said that the Niswonger Foundation will be providing mentors from its Niswonger Scholar program for each of the participants. Stokes added that some money from the grant remained and would be used to bring the participants back for some more activities in the fall.

Each of the participants will continue to be served through the Talent Search program in the coming year as well, she said.

A video was shown during the ceremony chronicling the week’s activities. Each participant expressed their gratitude for the program during the video and students also got up during the ceremony to express their thanks to the Women’s Fund of East Tennessee for the grant and for the Talent Search staff that had worked with them through the week.

Teamwork was one of the lessons taught by the activities at the ropes course.


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2014 spring semester Dean’s List announced

2014 spring semester Dean’s List announced

Posted on 09 July 2014 by

The Tusculum College academic honors lists have been announced for the spring 2014 semester.

Tusculum College students are recognized for their academic achievement through three academic honors lists.

The Dean’s List includes full-time students who have earned a 3.5 grade point average or higher during a semester.

The President’s List includes those students who have earned a 4.0 grade point average during the semester. These students are also included on the Dean’s List.

The Charles Oliver Gray Scholars List recognizes students who have been named to the Dean’s List for two or more consecutive semesters.

Below are the listings for the the spring 2014 Dean’s List for the Residential (traditional) program and the Graduate and Professional Studies program for working adults. Students named to the President’s List are denoted with an *. Those who are listed on the Charles Oliver Gray Scholars List are noted with a +.

Spring 2014 Residential Program Dean’s List

James Lee Abbott+

Corrine Amelia Absher

Cynthia Paige Adkins+

Irim D. Aiken

Brian J. Alexander+

Andrea Jane Amettis

Benjamin A. Arnold+

Cheyene Leigh Arnold*+

Robert Britton Arrowood*+

Grace Ann Rose Arthur+

Nicole C. Arthur+

Juan Avendano Granda+

Sarah Ann Baker*+

Angela Nicole Ball

Toni Lyn Bates+

Elizabeth Ashley Bell

Patrick Allen Benson

Hannah Marie Berling+

Maggie Leigh Bernabei+

Emily Rae Bernin

Paige Nicole Bible

Thomas James Bitner+

Deaundra Pauline Bowker+

Andrew Tyler Bown*

Cheyenne Renee Bray

Katelyn Marie Brennan*+

Ashley Caroline Brooks

Kim Caroline Brown+

Alison Mae Buck+

Paige Buirch

Blakeley E. Burleson

Christopher Diquone Burns+

Justin Burnworth+

Lindsay Ann Butler

Ryan James Byars*+

Zachery Allen Carlson+

Callie S. Casteel*

Katharine Marie Chadwick

Mitchell Frank Lewis Chapman

Warren Henry Cheney

Sarah M. Clabo*+

Elizabeth Gail Coberly+

Denise Nicole Coffey+

Aisha Noelle Collins

John Zach Conlon+

Cynthia J Conte

David W. Cooper*+

Jacob William Countiss+

Tripper Denby Crisson+

Alec Cunningham+

Jarrod Daniel Cupp

Ricardo Alexandre Rodr Da Silva+

Eliza Lucille Davis+

Samuel George Davis*+

Derrian Danielle Debusk*

Kyle Joseph Dickson

Ashleigh Rose Dorrbecker+

Samantha M Durham+

Samantha Elizabeth Eldridge

Madilyn Joyce Elliott+

Joseph Elphingstone+

Brandon Joshua Evans

David Hamilton Fernandes

Hettige Joseph Michael Ruksha Fernando*+

Lia Theresa Fiore+

Lindsay Nicole Firster+

Thomas Codie Fleming+

Nicholas Larry Forsberg+

Kelsey Lynae Freeman+

Jennifer Michelle Frost+

Kaela MacKenzie Gardner+

Rachel Eileen Garnett*+

Zachary Joel Gass+

Sean Michael Gilbane

Megan Niquole Gililland

Kayla Leigh Gillispie+

Elizabeth Dawn Gray

Ashley Danielle Gregg*+

Amanda Marie Grempel+

Courtney Danielle Hackney+

Brock Daniel Hakalmazian

Carolee F Hale

Allison Marie Hall+

Macey Leann Hance+

Addie M. Hancock+

Edward Oliver Moore Hancock+

Paris Tanashia Hardnett

Shaquita Renee Harris*+

Tamara Denee Harris*+

Michala Katherine Hash+

Megan K Hasse*+

Mamie Britt Hassell+

Victoria Emily Hayes+

Logan Michael Haynes

James Owen Hensley+

Kristin Marie Hensley

Rachael Bethany Hensley

Dameon Franz Herring+

James Cameron High

Victoria Lael Hill+

Mindy Lee Hirsch

Carol Elaine Hogan

Zoe Elizabeth Holcomb+

Sarah Elizabeth Holly*+

Jacenta Chyeata Holtsclaw+

Kelly M. Horrell

Sara Chesnee Howard

Courtney Lynn Hutcherson

Katherine Grace Hutchinson+

Courtney Nicole Hux

William A. Jennings

Tyler Lynn Jinks

Jeffrey Tyler Johnson*

Martin Dan Jorgensen*+

Devon Aliva Justice+

Kristen C. Kelley+

Staci Nicole Knipp*+

Katheryn Michelle Kolodi

Alixandria Kruel

Pablo Laguna+

John Landers*+

Dustin Benjamin Lane

Kristen N. Lane*

Zachary Aaron Lane+

Bailey Nicole Lawson

Calley B. Lawson*+

Guillermo Lazcano Carrera

Lindsey Danielle Lewis+

Irene Inez Librado

Isiah Maurice Lyman

Yared W. Mamo

Miriah Elizabeth Martin*+

Chelsea Rene Masters

Russell Neal Matthews+

Melissa Raye Mauceri

Kelli Lynn McCalla+

Kristen Renee McMillion+

Craig R. Mills

Erin Ashley Mills*

James Curtis Moneyhun+

AAliyah Jada Montgomery+

Amy Leigh Morford+

Matthew James Moyer

McKayla Grace Myers*+

Jonathan Michael Nash*+

Amy Michelle Neltner+

Jacob Amiel Norris+

Dakota Lee Norton

Jonathan Ryan Norton

Hilary Grace Ann Nowatzki

Cierra R. Ockstadt+

Theodore C. Oing*+

Victor Olin+

Matthew Alan Olson+

Erin Christian Osborne+

Jordan Lynn Ottinger*+

Georgia Paturalski

Carly Jeanette Payne

Shaveen Perera+

Monica F. Perez

Jalesa Janae Perkins

John Perrucci+

Matthew Ralph Pierce*+

Roberto Pimentel+

Nicolas Planchard+

Leah Katelyn Powell

Bailee Lynn Price*+

Alisha Jean Pugh

Erica K. Ramsey+

Bryan Alonzo Ransom

Leif B. Ratliff*+

Tiffany L. Rednour*+

Chelsey Brooke Reed+

Jenna Marie Restivo

Leneice L. Rice+

Allyson Kathleen Rines+

Jeffrey Daniel Roberts

Jennifer P. Rossiter*+

Jamie L. Rossman*+

Ashley Nicole Sarmiento*+

Norman Cody Sauceman+

Jeffery Donovan Scott+

Michael Douglas Scott

Leon Seiz+

Tynan L. Shadle+

John-Austin Shepard

Roxanne Inez Shepard

Emily Grace Shipsey+

Zachary S. Shirah+

Melanie Renee Sigman

Jessyca Regina Simerly+

William James Sivyer

Christopher John Smith+

Garland Taylor Smith

John James Paul Smith+

Paige Nicole Sneed+

Gregg Aze Southerland

Perry Akeem Sparks

Jonathan Spicher*+

Danae K. Stauffer*

Kaytlin N. Stroinski+

Shannele Marjorie Sunderland

Meagan Elizabeth Talley*

Darian Dale Tipton+

Britney Nicole Turner+

Stephanie Marie Turner

Kassandra Marie Voelker+

Samantha Jean Vogt+

Rebekah Grace Voiles


Hung Jeremy Wagner

Alexandria Robin-Jean Walker+

Brooke Ellen Wallin

Courtney Lynn Ward

Jason Isaiah Ware

Nicholas Alexander Wasylyk*+

Emily Christine Waters+

Christopher Glenn Weems+

Victoria Kailand Weiss

Angel E. West+

Carly Leeanne White*+

Dorothy Shynese Whitener

Brad Michael Wight

Andrea Len Wilcox+

Ona Elisha Lynn Wilder+

Donna Nicole Wilkerson

Marissa J. Williams*+

Zachary James Williams+

Dawn Marie Winchester

Destini Shea Wingerter*+

Lukas Eiko Winkelmann+

Erica Denise Worrell+

Morgan Nicholas Wright

Rebecca Sue Wynne+

Dakota Lee Younce

Jeffery Tyler Yount


Spring 2014 GPS Dean’s List

Margot Elizabeth Abbott*+

Janet De la Caridad Acosta*+

Natalia Acosta+

Brett Michael Adams+

Scott Eugene Adams

Melissa Ann Alsip*+

Lisa Nachelle Anderson+

Robert Alexander Anderson

Kellie Marie Armstrong+

Rena Belle Arwood+

Michelle M. Autry+

Steven Leighton Ayers+

Tori Nicole Bacon

Jaime Nicole Bagwell

Ashley Diane Barger+

Melissa Anne Batson*+

Candace Angelique Baxter

Christine M Bealer+

Morgan Leschae Beckler+

Gregory Dale Belcher+

Brittney Sue Bellars+

Shelly Louise Biddinger+

Adam James Bishop

Danielle Nichole Bishop

Aretha Paige Blizzard+

Matthew David Bosse

William Scott Bowman

Fredrick Eugene Brabson+

Jennifer LeeAnn Brackett

Carrie Bradley+

Mindy Dawn Bradley

Kathryn Elizabeth Branam+

Ashton Brannon*+

David M Breeden+

Stephanie Michelle Brennan+

Crystal Dawn Brewer

Nykaya Lea Britton+

James Derek Brock*+

Terry Dean Brooks+

Charles A. Brown

David Bryan Brown

Jennifer Jeanne Broyles

Joshua Adam Broyles

Megan D. Bruce

Victoria Jacqueline Bryant+

Keith Chrisopher Buch

Seth Jay Bull

Lara Gail Burchfield*+

Peggy Jill Burgner*+

Samuel Lee Burke*+

Linda Gail Burton+

Judith Cahansa Butler

Barbara Michelle Buxton

Carrie Chae Cagle+

Jeffrey David Campbell*+

Misty Davis Campbell+

Dustin Michael Cansler*+

Emily Beth Carroll+

Felicia Waynette Carter*

Heather Lynn Carty+

Ashley Carver+

Sarah Marie Cedillo+

Erika Marie Chamberlin*+

Yvonne Sue Champlin+

Nathaniel Ross Chandler

Brent Eugene Chapman*+

Cynthia Michelle Chesney

Floyd Alden Cheyne+

Seongja Song Chung

Adam Wayne Clair+

Charlene Susie Clark

Morgan Gail Clark*

Katie Lee Clendenen+

Casey Lynnice Cline*

Candace Lee Cody+

Nathan Dale Coffman

Mandy Lachelle Colburn+

Linda Darlene Coleman*+

Kody Elizabeth Collingsworth*+

Hannah Sidney-Nicole Collins

Paula Renee Conley

Mary Beth Connard

Angela Nicole Conner

Jennifer Ann Conner

Kimberly Michelle Cook

Sarah Allison Cookenour

Amber Lawson Cooper+

Mark Houston Copas

Heather Natasha Cope

Tresa Rae Cowell+

David Michael Cox+

Lacci Nicole Cox+

Michael Adam Cox+

Olivia Cox

Stephanie Lynn Cox+

Tara A. Cox+

Timothy Scott Croft*+

Charlene Artemisa Crosby

Casey Renea Cummings*+

Susan Kaye Cutshall+

Kristen Marie Dalton+

Lindsey Nicole Daniels+

Angela Ruth Daniels-Taylor

Jamie Davenport+

Heather D. Davis+

Kelly Frances Davis+

Kayla Gabrielle Dearstone

Jamie Elizabeth Depriest+

Joy Sabrina Devault

Logan James Disney

Athena Dison

Kelsey Danielle Dockery+

Sara Len Douglas

Jessica L. Drinnon+

Stanley Edward Drozdowski+

Carolyn Sue Dudek*+

Amber Christine Duke*+

Brittney D. Dye

Matthew Shane Dyer+

Emily Rebekah Elkins*+

Melissa Jeannette Emerson

Robert Patrick Espinoza

Stormi Heather Estep+

Donna Carol Ewing+

Maria Rose Farnham+

Lisa Josephine Feezell+

Kristoffer Mykell Fernandez

Hayley Elizabeth Fields+

Brian Wayne Fletcher

Elizabeth Jean Fletcher

Nichole Marleah Fletcher

April Suzanne Floyd+

Logan Brian Foust

Rachael Beth Foust+

Gary Allen Fryman

Daniel John Gagnon

Marty Beth Gamble*+

Katrina Melissa Garcia*

Angela Gibby*

Haley Lynn Glandon+

David Allen Glasscock+

Tiffany Marie Golden*

Joel Gosnell

Mendy Lynn Goss+

Trisha Lear Gossett*+

Tyler J Govert+

Michael Anthony Graves

Jill Annette Grayson*

Heather Elaine Greene+

Kristy Gail Greene+

Emily Greenier+

Christian Grumbach+

Debra A. Hall+

Jeremy Allen Hall

Michael Harry Hall*+

Christie Lynn Hamlet*

Laurie Denise Hannah+

Matthew Joseph Harrell

Ronda Kay Harrell+

Cecil Leroy Hartline+

Karen Jane Hatfield+

Jonathan Hayes

Lindsey Brooke Hayes*+

Valerie Leeann Heater*+

Eric Lee Henderson

Todd Raymond Henrich+

David Lynn Hensley

Robin H. Herbert+

Brent Aaron Hickman

Ruth Ann Hickman*

Richard Tyler Hill+

Timothy Andrew Hill*+

Amy Darlene Hinkle

Eric Lynn Hinkle

Emily Nicole Hodge

Traci Leann Hodges+

Maggie Danielle Holbert+

Zachary Hunter Holcombe+

Steven Chadwick Holder+

Tim Holseberg+

Michelle Leigh Hoskins-Slaven

Marvin Shane House

Joseph Timothy Houser+

Rachael Jeanette Howerton*+

Ryan Wesley Hudson*

Matthew James Hughes+

Lori A. Hull*+

Adam Darren Hunley+

Steven Jerry Hutson*+

Jason Michael Hykle+

Chanc Milton Jackson+

Charlotte Nicole Jackson+

Bertrane Jarvis Jennings

Kendra Danielle Jennings*+

Barbara Ann Johnson+

Eric Barton Johnson*+

Kiana Raelene Johnson

Matthew Jerry Johnson

Sarah Lynn Johnson*+

Tammy Renee Johnson+

Valerie Marie Johnson+

Frankie Kay Jones+

Jessica Briann Jones

Shawna Jones

Tammy Louise Jones*+

Will Garrett Jones+

Wesley Justice

Kerri A. Keaton+

Melissa Sue Kelley

Steven James Kelley+

Chad Cantrell Kennedy

Sarah Kenny+

Renee Eileen Khan+

William Thomas Kidwell+

Brandon Michael King

Kevin King

Toni Michelle Kingery+

Frankie Lorine Kington

Thomas Robert Kosidowski

Christie Deanna Lamb

Tatum Elizabeth Lambert

April Michelle Lane

Daniel Quentin Lane+

Jennifer Lane+

Kandi M. Lantz+

Melissa June Lanzafame

Jason Ledford+

Gera Michele Lee+

Stephanie Nicole Lee+

Margaret Lynn Lemasters+

Tracy Marie Leonard+

Gordon Anthony Lewis+

Dale Allen Linkous+

Tokena Decia Love

Yancey Britte Lynch*+

Amy Patrice Lyon

Jennifer Anne Mann*+

Ashley Nicole Marshall+

Whitney Brianna Marshall+

David Carson Mays+

Brandi Michelle McAmis

Kevin Ray McAmis

Chaunquita Lanee McCallie

Sam McClanahan*

Ryan Pete McCord*+

Josette McGaha*

Kerrie Anne McGaha

Sven McGaha

Nanette Louise McLain

Tara Mary McMurtury

Garrett Meek+

Rebecca Lashea Melton

Dana Ruth Mihovch+

Denna Lee Miller

Erica Miller+

Jessica Mitchell

Joseph Christopher Moffitt*+

Tia Moua+

Steven Donald Mull+

Tyler Pittman Neal

John Timothy Nelson+

Jody Lynn Nix+

Ryan Clifford Ogle*+

Tiffany Nichole Ogle+

Tracy Michelle Olson

Orvil Johnathan Ownby

Joel Ray Paden

Laurence James Palais+

Anthony Neal Palmer+

Ashley Dawn Palmer+

Marisa Austin Parkes

Courtney Campbell Parton*

Tever Louise Parton

Derrick Patterson

Frances Melissa Patterson+

Tonya Renae Patterson

Ashley Ann Paulson+

Christina Louise Paxton+

Courtney Leann Payne*+

Christopher Wayne Penley*+

Perna Lou Perkins+

David Jackson Perryman

Randall Steven Pettiford+

Patricia Ann Polfus+

Tommy Lee Price*+

Nancy Denise Proske*+

Marissa Lynne Pullins+

Janet Louise Purcell

Jill Elizabeth Purkey

Amber Brooke Pyle+

Roe B Rainey+

Brenden Andrew Rapp

Jessica Leigh Raxter*+

Jennifer Renee Reaves+

Justin Mark Reaves

April Danielle Renner+

Abby Caitlin Reynolds

Jeanna Edington Reynolds+

Kendra Irene Rickard+

Brandi Lea Ricker

Tammy Annette Ricker*+

Joy Daniele Riddle*

Andrea Lee Ridley

Ashley Brooke Roberts

Brian Wayne Roberts

Mark Timothy Roberts+

Sharon S. Roberts

Stephanie Wave Robinson

April Danielle Rodriguez+

Heather Juette Rollins

Regina Sue Rose+

Skyler E. Ross

Barbara Lynn Rowntree*+

Evan Joseph Rudd*+

Jessica Lynne Ruppel

Jessica Andrea Russell

Rodney Lynn Russell*

Trena R Russell

Brittany Michelle Sain

Maria Antonia Salami Tobuasiche+

Roger Grant Sams

Heather Michelle Sanders

Regina Starr Sandidge+

Joseph Christian Satterfield+

Audrey Lynn Sauls

Steven Douglas Scott*+

Jessica Nicole Seals+

Chad William Seay

Justin Grant Sewell+

Deborah Rolen Sharp*+

William Robert Sharp+

Deanna Dolores Sheffey+

Stephen Grant Sherrod*+

Mandi Suzanne Shropshire

Brandon Loyd Sizemore*+

Megan Nicole Slack

Amanda Nordman Smith+

David Grant Smith+

Johnny Max Smith*+

Joshua Cori Smith*+

Michael Jason Smith

Monica L Smith*+

Stacie Lorene Smith+

Rebecca Hildegard Smith-Gregg

Lisa Jane Snowden

Adam Tyler Solomon+

Michele Dorothy Somich*+

Jamie Wayne Spafford*+

Megan Nicole Starnes*

Ashley Steinhorst

Megan Noel Stinnett

Evelyn Rose Stone+

David Eric Stott+

Shawna Elizabeth Suggs

Elizabeth Armistead Summerall*+

Christopher Randall Sutton+

Nancy Leann Sutton

Vicki Sweeton+

Jesse Cannan Talley

Jason Tarbet

Angie Marie Taylor*

Heidi Moriah Taylor

Joshua John Taylor*+

Kenny Leon Taylor

Kristi Ann Thomas

Henrietta Annette Thompson+

Malinda Beth Thrasher

Shalee Ann Tipton*+

Miranda Lin Tobler*+

Rachel Gwen Todd+

Thomas Brock Toomey+

Charles Lester Tritt*+

Taylor Rhea Turner

Tracy Nicole Vandiver*+

Angela Diane Vaughn*

Jacquelyn Clintina Waddell*+

Mary Beth Walker+

Joshua Scott Wallace

Lauren Victoria Wallace+

David George Walton

Brian Curtis Ward

Danielle Kelley Warren+

Brian Glenn Watkins+

Carrie Jane Watts+

Madison Nicole Weems+

Jessica Renee Wells

Monica Pauline Whaley*+

Brendan Phillip Whelan*+

Cara Sue Whitson+

Brooke Danielle Wilhoit+

Jennifer Williams+

Amanda Dorene Willis+

Darrin Christopher Willis

Dylan Gabe Willis+

Sheena Lachelle Wilson

Travis James Wright*+






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