Justice, Hix are united in marriage
Justina Lynn Justice of Bell Buckle and Cameron Taylor Hix of Shelbyville were united in marriage on the evening of June 4 at New Hope Chapel in Shelbyville. The bride is the daughter of Shay Troup of Bell Buckle. She is the granddaughter of Carolyn and Arthur Lawson of Bell Buckle and the late Bill Troup...
King, Kunz to be wed
Rachel King of Bradshaw, Nebraska and Zach Kunz of Stuart, Nebraska announce their engagement. The bride-elect is the daughter of Terry and Elizabeth King of Bradshaw. She is the granddaughter of the late Maebelle King of Shelbyville. The bride-elect graduated from Heartland Community High School in 2012. She graduated Cum Laude from Wayne State College in 2016 and will be attending the University of Nebraska Law School in Lincoln, Nebraska...
Stacey, West announce engagement
Buddy Stacey and Kim Bates of Shelbyville announce the engagement of their daughter Shaina Leanne Stacey of Shelbyville to Zachary Dale West of Shelbyville. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Randolph and Virginia Henderson, and the late Elmer Stacey and Dorothy Stacey...
FCE Club report, July 21
The Butler's Creek FCE met July 18 at the University of Tennessee / Tennessee State University Extension Office. The meeting was called to order by Barbara Troxler, with Brenda Gregory reading "The American Flag." Debbie Crosslin read the Devotion from the 1988 FCE Devotional Book. Refreshments were prepared by hostesses Jean Raby and Barbara Troxler. Roll call was answered by 10 members. Minutes were read and the treasurer and sunshine reports were given...
FCE Club Report, July 19
The Heart of the Home FCE club met at Miller's in Christiana on July 13. All members were present. Marie Spence, President, reported on the July County Council meeting. The state convention was discussed and will be held in Murfreesboro on Nov. 2 with registeration due Oct. 30. Each club will furnish five crafted items. These items are due the week before the convention. Each member of the club will craft an item. Ruth Owens was appointed to serve on the 2017 Achievement Night Committee...
Hello World: Zora Nicole Reid
Dane and Brandi Reid of Shelbyville announce the birth of a daughter, Zora Nicole Reid, on June 14 in Murfreesboro. The baby girl weighed 7 pounds, 5 oz. She is the granddaughter of Rick and Brenda Overcast, and Pam Reid and the late Jim Reid. She is the great-granddaughter of Mary Lou Gusman of Shelbyville and Al Shaver of Maryville...
McGowan, Gassaway exchange wedding vows
Amy Elizabeth McGowan and Mason Eldridge Gassaway of Shelbyville were united in marriage on the afternoon of May 28 at Herd Farm in Belvidere. The bride is the daughter of James and DeLynn McGowan of Shelbyville. She is the granddaughter of Dee and Normalyn McCullough, and Wayne and Imogene McGowan, all of Shelbyville...
Hello World: Nyla Sue Hall
Timmy and Diane Hall of Shelbyville announce the birth of a daughter, Nyla Sue Hall, on June 22 in Tullahoma. The baby girl weighed 11 pounds, 1.2 oz. She is the granddaughter of Mark and Susan Hall, Rosie Parker, and Mark and Donna Parker, all of Shelbyville. She is the great-granddaughter of Sue and Buddy Whitlock of Birmingham, Alabama, and Betsy Steavman of Lawrenceburg...
Northcutt to study in Thailand
Beech Grove resident Andrea Northcutt, a master's student in the Global Field Program from Miami University (Ohio)'s Project Dragonfly, will travel to Thailand in July 2016. Northcutt will study emerging models in conservation and education as well as spiritual connections to nature...
Rollins receives degree
David Rollins, a native of Bell Buckle, received a MFA-Book Arts degree from the University of Iowa in Iowa City at the close of the spring 2016 semester, according to a news release.
50 years and counting
Gene and Betty Molder celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 18 with a small gathering of family at the home of son Steve and his wife Amy Molder. Their children spoke of how much their parents have taught them over the years, especially teaching their family how to put God first...
FCE club report 6/30/2016
The Liberty FCE Club met on June 20. Ann Spencer was the reporter. Betty Renegar called the meeting to order. The meeting was held in the home of Barbara Burchett. Bethany Kelly gave the devotion and Sara Kelly read the call to order. Dorris Turrentine had the educational lesson on making items for charity. The club members voted to make the Personal Care Cloth Caddy for a domestic violence shelter...