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PICTURES FROM REUNION 2016!!
(If you have pictures you want to share, please send and I will post them)
MAY NEWSLETTER POSTED!!
Thanks to Tim Massey for our May newsletter! See link at right under Newsletters. Your dues must be current for you to have the password. Check with Vicky Henry if you need the password.
NEW PAINTING BY DOUGLAS MOSES
This giclee fine art painting of the Crockett Tavern by Douglas Moses was created from photos that Doug took of re-enactors at the tavern. A beautiful representation of every day life at the tavern in colonial times.
CROCKETT DAYS AT DAVY CROCKETT BIRTHPLACE STATE PARK
Thanks to Tim Massey for a wonderful set of pictures, and my sincere apologies for being so slow in getting them posted. To see the rest of the pictures, click here and look for the 2015 links.
DAVY'S 229TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION!
Storytelling, demonstrations, food, and fun for all marked the 229th celebration of David Crockett's birthday at Crockett Tavern and Museum, Morristown, TN
Above: Tim and Fran Norris portray area residents during Davy's time. For newspaper articles of the event, click here.
And a big THANK YOU to the East Tennessee Public Broadcasting Station in Knoxville for promoting the event with this video(server is slow - please be patient!).
At left, painting of Jim Claborn as Davy Crockett, painted by Hamblen County artist Douglas Moses from the 2014 Birthday Celebration.
At left and below: Morristown East FFA students work on gardens at Crockett Tavern.
TIM ON TV!
(move over, Joy, another star is born!)
Lauren Davis of Knoxville TV station WVLT talks with DDKDC vice president Tim Massey about David Crockett and the Crockett Tavern at the Rose Center in Morristown.
AWARDS FOR OUR OWN TIM MASSEY
We all know how much Tim contributes to the DDDC, but he also shares his talents with others, and recently he was recognized for some of the other hats that he wears. Congratulations Tim!
At left, tourism's Presidential Pioneer in Hospitality was awarded on the lawn of the Dickson-Williams Mansion. Tim Massey was nominated for his organization and chairing of the Sons of Confederate Veterans Reunion that brought in over 200 attendees, his organization of the Morgan's Men Reunion and reenactment, and his work with the Tennessee Association of Museums annual meeting in Greeneville. Pictured is Massey and Greeneville First Lady Andy Daniels who nominated Tim for the award.
At right, Tennessee Association of Museums president Adam Alfrey presents the 2015 Award of Excellence to Dickson-Williams Mansion Association board members Caroline Blanks and Tim Massey. The awards presentation was
at Discovery Park of America.
At left, Mike Beck Tennessee Division Commander Sons of Confederate Veterans presents Tim Massey the Nathan Bedford Forrest Award for Man of the Year. Massey also received the Edward Ward Carmack Award for journalism, and he is also the Camp Commander of the John Hunt Morgan Camp 2053 which received Camp of the Year.
"I leave this rule when I am dead. Be always sure you are right, then Go Ahead."
---Col. David Crockett
For genealogy issues
Among the items in the Crockett Store is "Crockett Cousins." This genealogy has been reprinted and copies are available for delivery. This is the most complete genealogy of the Crockett Family from David's grandparents to present day. The 200+ page book should be in anyone's library if they are researching the Crockett Family tree.
2010 Reunion 2008 Reunion 2006 Reunion (Picasa Album) 2004 Reunion 2002 Reunion
Images from the past* (*web pages, that is)
2014 Reunion Davy's Birthday 2014 Crockett Days 2014 Crockett Days 2012 2012 Reunion
2000 Reunion 1998 Reunion 1996 Reunion
I WILL post your pictures - PLEASE send pictures! And please identify people if you want them identified online. Any
news that you send, I will post also, so please send news and activities that are going on to the webmaster link below.