News letter from Chamber of Commerce

Chamber of Commerce booth opening day at the Union County Farmers Market.

It’s been a long time…
It has been entirely too long since our last newsletter, and for that we apologize. Starting this month, please look forward to this newsletter arriving in your email boxes monthly. This newsletter will serve as our primary method of communication with you, our Chamber members. And without further ado...

Welcome our newest members!
During the month of April we had three new members:
DRS Electric, LCC ( )
Air Med Care Network ( )
El Mariachi Mexican Restaurant
Please show our new members some love by visiting their websites and businesses.

Upcoming Events!
If you would like to add an event to our events calendar, please call or email us.
May 2017
Union County Farmer’s Market: Every Saturday in Wilson Park from 9am- noon
05/13 - Union County Vendor Mall Anniversary Extravaganza: 155-A Durham Drive., Maynardville, TN 37807 from 9am - 3PM
05/16 - Union County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors meeting: Atlantic Capital Bank (formerly FSG Bank), 2905 Maynardville Hwy., Maynardville, TN 37807 at noon
05/20 - Healthy Kids’ Day: Maynardville Public Library, 296 Main St., Maynardville 37807 from 9am - 1pm
05/20 - Annual Luttrell Volunteer Fire Department Fun Festival & Fundraiser: Plainview Community Center, 1037 Tazewell Pike, Luttrell, TN 37779, from 9am - 6pm
June 2017
06/10 - Plainview Festival: Plainview Community Center, 1037 Tazewell Pike, Luttrell, TN 37779, from 6pm - dark
06/24 & 06/25 - Oakes Daylily Bloom Festival: 8153 Monday Rd, Corryton, TN 37721

Thank you!
Thank you to all our Chamber members, all the elected officials in Union County, business owners, and residents in Union County. Thank you for your assistance and patience. We are here to serve you & we will continue to work hard for all of you. If we can be of any assistance, please contact us.


Other articles and events that may be of interest.

December 15 is the deadline for ACA 2018 health insurance enrollment. If you have health insurance for 2018, great! If not, you may want to check on ACA Marketplace Health Insurance for security and to avoid tax penalty. In 2015 Union County had a 18.8% uninsured rate among working age adults, much higher than the state average.

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Gips Mill Contest Winner is Announced

The winner of the Gip's Mill contest is Deana Rutherford. Deana you have won a $20 gift certificate to Gip's Mill Country Store and Deli.

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Man and Woman 2017

Last Saturday evening, a packed house enjoyed dinner catered by Pete's Place and witnessed the naming of the 2017 Union County Business & Professional Association Woman and Man of the Year. Cindy Wyrick chaired this year's committee.

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Historic Booker Farm divided by Luttrell Corryton Rd. and the railroad.

The Booker Farm (circa 1750) located on Luttrell-Corryton Road in Union County was the second property in Union County to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Maynardville Elementary School Group 1945

I knew it! I just knew when I wrote about tattooing that some of that had taken place in Union County and that I would get some feedback.

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Corn Chowder

It seems that hard times are around for some of us sometimes and for others all the time. What made me think of that? Cream Style Corn in the 16-oz can. I received several cans from my son who doesn't like them.

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A fond memory from my childhood is packing the whole family, and quite often several friends, into the vehicle nearing the Christmas season.

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Take a look at your life today; and remember tomorrow, it’s history. Good or bad, it’s history.

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The Parks & Recreation Board of Union County would like to thank all who came out to the Comprehensive Parks Master Plan Meeting on November 2nd.

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Milan Dedication Sunday

THIS WEEK: Union County COLLECTION SITE OPENS to help GLOBAL Christmas project reach CHILDREN IN NEED.
Nov. 13 – 20: National Collection Week for Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Gifts.

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