ROGERSVILLE — The Spring 2019 edition of Discover Hawkins County is now available and is chocked full of great reading!
For example, did you know that a Church Hill man, now retired, was the head of NASA’s Apollo Fire & Rescue Team, and was present at the launch of the Apollo and Skylab missions? Read about and see photos from his unique, first-hand experiences, and learn about his upcoming book to be released this summer in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing.
Or that the American Legion Post in Rogersville is about to celebrate its 100th anniversary of serving local veterans and the community?
Those are only two of the stories contained in the full-color, 88-page magazine that can be picked up FREE OF CHARGE at local advertiser sponsors or at the Review office in downtown Rogersville.
Feature stories contained in the magazine include:
• Bill Killen: Church Hill resident experienced America’s Space Program up close and personal as a member of NASA’s Apollo launch pad Fire & Rescue Team;
• American Legion Post prepares to celebrate a century of service to local veterans;
• Welcome to Spencer County!;
• Honeybees and the Heritage Beekeepers of Hawkins County;
• The Church Hill Senior Center Community Garden — A small patch of ‘green’ paradise in Hawkins County;
• The Horse Farm Wedding and Event Venue;
• The Potter’s Shed — Serving local folks to the families of former U.S. Presidents;
• The Long Road — ‘39 Chevy has been in Denver Price’s possession since 1970;
• Rogersville in Bloom itinerary;
• Upcoming community events; plus,
• A complete membership listing of the Rogersville/Hawkins Co. Chamber of Commerce.