The star of Days of Thunder and Top Gun stopped by earlier this week to meet fans, especially one little girl who got a new bike. It's Volunteer Spirit that originated from a local business, Regal Cinemas.
How many baseball players does it take to get a good round of golf in? Sounds like the start of a joke! The good that's coming out of the diamond and taking over the green for one day is no joke though. The Volunteer Spirit coming out of the UT Men's Baseball team is impressive.
This week, we are spotlighting the Volunteer Spirit of a woman who's always had it in her. She started by doing mission trips in the jungles of South America. Once she could no longer travel, she turned her focus back to Tennessee.
There is no denying that the University of Tennessee is full of Volunteer Spirit. For one new coach who's been greeted with "welcome to the real UT," his spirit of serving others is already part of who he is.
The Beardsley Community Farm is known for growing all sorts of fruits and veggies. It's a scholarship at UT though that is helping students grow as they move towards graduation in their chosen career field.
Often a time to start over, one local business saw their shop go up in flames. It's during their time of rebuilding that they took advantage of an opportunity. It's Volunteer Spirit rising from the ashes.
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