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Cordell Hull Big Bass & Crappie Classic
Pictured are the organizers of the Rivertowns of the Historic Cumberland as they
announce the 1st Annual Cordell Hull Big Bass & Crappie Classic.
Pictured left to right are Bill Woodard, Executive Director of the Smith County
Chamber of Commerce, Frank Hardegree, Board Member of Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce, Odell Braswell Fishing Tournament Organizer, Sam Petty,
President of Jackson County Chamber of Commerce and Randall Clemons,
President of Historic Granville
A Womens Work Is Never Done
Sutton Homestead Volunteers prepare for the new exhibit
" A Womens Work is Never Done".
Pictured left to right is: Tommie Clemons, Mikie Coogan, Ann Gaines, Suzanne Stafford, and Patty Barlow with a dress that Tommie Clemons made.
The Sutton Homestead in Historic granville, TN opened March 6 with a new exhibit " A Womens Work is never Done" which is displayed in the historic 1880 home. This unique exhibit displays all the work that women did in the home in the past telling a great story as you see the great talents of the homemakers.
Granville Celebrates Its Past
The historic steamboat town of Granville, on the Cumberland River, has witnessed an astonishing evolution in its lifetime. Driving into town on a Saturday afternoon you may find yourself blinking. Men sit on benches on the porch outside the old T.B. Sutton General Store telling yarns. Across the road a glimpse in the window reveals a barber preparing his customer for a close shave with a cut-throat razor.
“I don’t want to miss the ice cream,” I tell my guide, Chris Neeley, long-time resident and board member of the Granville Museum, as he shepherds me into the emporium opposite the Ice Cream Shop. “They close at 3 p.m., don’t they?” “You won’t,” he reassures me with a laugh. “They’re not going anywhere.” A little while later I understand. When we enter, the scene is frozen in time. A rough and tumble pair sit at the saloon table with a bottle of Dickel Whisky, eyes fixed on their hands of cards. A young girl and boy perch on stools at the ice cream counter. A fallen chocolate-covered ice cream cone lies upside down on the floor. They are all mannequins (“scarecrows”). I have stepped into a time warp. - See more Granville Celebrates Its Past