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Thank you!! to all the local businesses, Quarter Bounce Band, car chow participants, and those that donated. Because of all's generosity we were able to donate $3,021.67 to St.Jude's Children's research hospital. We would like to recognize all the businesses that worked with us for St. Jude's: Local Heating and Air, Jug's Place, Segmental Partnerships, Campbell's Hometown Pharmacy, Mohawk Machine & Engineering, East TN Building Supply, Triangle Press, Porter Tires, S&S, Millwright, Hawkins Therapy Associates, Line-X, Winter Seal Products, Classic Tan, A New Image Hair Salon, Trucks & Stuff Auto Sales, Atkins Auto Sales, Hair Designs by ...
We feel its important to know how beef was raised, that we prepare for you. We are now proudly serving Braveheart Hamburgers and Steaks. Come taste the Braveheart difference in a burger or our New Butcher's Cut 8oz sirloin. Watch this short video on what makes Braveheart different. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibqg0NMpems
Quarter Bounce will be bouncing "The Gap" for our St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital Cruise-In Car Show this Saturday. Come out hear some great music for a great benefit.
We are pleased to inform you that Taran Hurst will be at the Cruise-In along with his dirt track race car, this Saturday night. Come out and encourage this young driver.
Shirt proceeds will be donated to St. Jude's Children Research Hospital. See you Saturday.
The American county fair developed in the early nineteenth century when agricultural reformers in the northeastern United States organized local exhibitions to promote modern farming. Typical events included livestock judging, exhibits of new agricultural implements and techniques, and plowing contests. Fairs give communities a chance to show off their unique habits and talents and can be a wonderful expression of a county’s personality. For long time residents, the county fair can be a nostalgic event, bringing back memories of Ferris wheels and cotton candy past, and giving them a chance to introduce younger generations to a great tradition.