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Saturday, Jun 4th Flatwater Tales Storytelling Festival Discounted early bird tickets for the Flatwater Tales Storytelling Festival, featuring three world renowned storytellers, are now available for the June 4 afternoon and evening performances at the Historic Grove Theater in Oak Ridge. The two-day event will feature storytellers Sheila Arnold, Bill Lepp and Kim Weitkamp. There will be three shows on June 4, and the storytellers will share different stories for each performance. The morning family show, from 10 a.m. to noon, will offer tickets at $10 for adults and $5 for school-age children. The afternoon show is from 2 to 5 p.m., and the evening show is from 7 to 10 p.m. Tickets for the afternoon and evening performances are $25 for each show. Early bird pricing currently is available at $40/ticket for both the Saturday afternoon/evening shows. For groups of 10 or more, tickets will be $20 each for either the afternoon or evening performances.

Sunset, fun, awards ....

Farragut High School’s Class of 2022 received quite a send-off during “Senior Celebration Week.” 12th-Grade principal Cara Vaughn oversaw the activities, which officially kicked off Monday, May 9, with Senior Sunset, hosted by the Student Government Association, on Bill Clabo Field inside Eddie Courtney Stadium on campus. “Students played spike ball and other games, and watched the sunset,” said Vaughn, who noted it was the companion activity to the “Senior Sunrise” students enjoyed during the first weeks of senior year. Tuesday, May 10, a “Seniors vs. Staff” basketball game was front and center, with the staff pulling out a 45-39 upset over the senior class players. “The entire school was invited to attend and included a staff and student cheering section,” Vaughn said. “We had a hula hoop contest at halftime, and a performance from our ‘cheer squad.” Later that night, Senior Awards were presented, including scholarships and departmental awards.

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Atlanta connection leads Desai to open Farragut Clean Juice

Vishaal Desai, along with friends Sagar Leva and Ameet Patel, have purchased the Farragut franchise for Clean Juice, 11670 Parkside Drive, near Publix in Turkey Creek. “It’s a product that I can believe in and support,” Desai said. “You feel good about endorsing this.” Clean Juice, a 100-percent certified organic juice bar, carries fruit and vegetable juices and smoothies, as well as sandwiches, wraps, acai bowls, salads and sprouted grain, avocado and hard-boiled eggs, extra virgin olive oil and lemon juice and red pepper flake toasts.

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Sunset, fun, awards ....  Read More

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