Britton Butler died in February after a six year fight against cancer. Six months before his death, Britton began organizing a golf tournament to benefit three charities dear to his heart. *The Colon Cancer Alliance *The Jimmy V Foundation *The Big Brother Big Sister Program of Knoxville. The "Team Britton Golf Tournament" is Thursday, May 24. To learn more about the charities and the tournament, follow the link.
The 8th Annual Waltz for Wishes benefits the Make-A-Wish Foundation of East Tennessee.
Protect your pets without busting your budget. Knox County Health Department and the Knoxville Veterinarian Medical Association will still be offering rabies vaccinations for only $10 on the first two Saturdays in May. May 5th and 12th from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at 34 Knox County schools. For a complete list of locations follow the link.
Oysterfest 2012 Benefiting Childhelp Tennessee April 21, 2012 at Concord Marina Food & Beverage Begin at 6 p.m. Rain or Shine - Tents Provided Tickets $85 in Advance and $95 at the door.
Marble Springs, home of Governor John Sevier (1745-1815), American frontiersman, soldier, and politician, was a leading figure during the frontier period in the Old Southwest and became the first governor of Tennesee. It is open to the public for tours with volunteers recreating life in the 1700's.
The Bush Brothers Museum and General Store, is located in Chestnut Hill, Tennessee in Jefferson County. For times and directions, you can call them at 865-509-3485.
The Lift for Life event is a bodyweight competition for reps: Bench, squat and dead lift. There is also a ladies event for the fittiest female. The event is June 4th from 10am to 2pm at The Rush Fitness Complex located at 8445 Kingston Pike. There will be prizes given out for the top competitors. For more information you can contact The Rush at (865) 693-2550.