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Knoxville Heart Ball

Drs. Beth and Malcolm Foster co-chaired this year’s Knoxville Heart Ball. The theme “The Heart of Paris” was reflected in the ornate floral arrangements and soft lighting from the chandeliers throughout the Mill and Mine.

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Evergreen Ball

The Evergreen Ball is first and foremost a celebration of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the long history of its support and preservation by the people of this region. For almost 20 years, Friends have gathered for this celebration...

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Knoxville American Advertising Awards Gala

Guests were invited to the Mill and Mine in downtown Knoxville to don their magical best at the Harry Potterthemed annual Awards Gala, “You’re a Wizard, ADDY!” At the event, attendees enjoyed a plated dinner before the awards were issued...

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A Colorful Home: Lively with Laughter and Music

Amelia and Michael Daniels live with their three children, Anna Drake (11), Bear (8) and Price (7), and two dogs, plus their puppies, Cocoa and Maverick in a home built in the mid-90's by Sheryl and Earl Taylor. 

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VIProfile: Jennifer Podhajsky

Jennifer Podhajsky’s route from her childhood in the suburbs of New York to her current position as CEO of Yee Haw Brewing Company may not have been predictable, but looking back, her education and her experience in the corporate world have prepared her well for her current position.

Still Kickin' After 75 Years

Funded in 1947 as a women’s service club, the Akima Club of Knoxville provides volunteer hours and financial support to numerous Knoxville agencies. Members earn “points” for their community service; the financial support comes from Akima Cabaret, a light-hearted, entertaining show held every other year.

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March Issue

Editor's Letter

Spring is truly the season of renewal. After a cold, harsh winter, nothing lifts our spirits like seeing early spring flowers popping up around us. As the weather warms and days get longer, our whole perspective shifts. During the winter months, I tend to hibernate at home as much as possible. Those that know me, know that my happy place is under a blanket with a book and some hot tea.

Good News

Moxley Carmichael Promotes Maria McHale to Director of Client Services

Maria McHale has been promoted to director of client services at Moxley Carmichael because of her exceptional service on behalf of the firm’s clients. McHale, whose previous title was senior account executive, handles key accounts for Moxley Carmichael, including UScellular, Hillcrest Healthcare, Young-Williams Animal Center and Priority Ambulance.

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South College Partners with Legends of Tennessee to Encourage Reading in Knox County Schools

South College has partnered with nonprofit Legends of Tennessee to encourage reading in kindergarten through fifth-grade classrooms across Knox County. The program, which is called Reading Champions, pairs a University of Tennessee football player with a class for a 90-minute program that includes instruction, a chat about the importance of reading and lunch.

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