“Jack is a young man we are very excited about,” Miles said. “He’s got a great attitude and energy level. He is a very good shooter, highly competitive player and has a nose for the ball. I think if you going to approach things from a point of balance, you always have to be doing that. You always have to be taking a look at the industries that support the economy, but you always have to be looking at the future and spending money on research, on innovation, on development, on training, for whatever that future economy going to look like. Right now, at this point in time, the world is still using oil, and certainly the price is down right now..
Chris Ogle, with TWRA, will speak on wildlife diversity in Tennessee, and Peg Beute, naturalist with Ijams Nature Center, will offer more information about hummingbird plants for your garden. Chris Mahoney, Master Gardener from Chattanooga, will be available to discuss plants and flowering shrubs that can help attract hummingbirds to your garden and Steve McGaffin, Naturalist and Educator for the Knoxville Zoo, will lead a butterfly walk. Additionally, Lynne McCoy, a wildlife rehabilitator who takes in 600 800 birds and mammals per year, will bring a few of her animal “ambassadors” to meet festival visitors.
DEAR JEANNE LEONARD: A while back, my neighbor told me he inherited his great grandfather gold pocket watch, which he knew was valuable but didn want. So as a favor, I agreed to sell it for him in my antiques shop. It finally sold last week, and my neighbor was delighted with the money.
Corning Optical Communications (COC) is a worldwide provider of fiber optic communication solutions for voice, data and video networks. Its 165 year old parent company, Corning Incorporated [NYSE: GLW], has applied its expertise in precision glass, ceramics and optical physics to develop products that have created new industries and transformed people’s lives, including the invention of low loss optical fiber, which drove a global communications revolution. As a $3 billion segment of Corning Incorporated, COC employs more than 3,000 people across five facilities throughout North Carolina, including two of the world’s largest fiber manufacturing facilities in Midland and Wilmington and two of the world’s largest fiber cabling facilities in Winston Salem and Hickory..
The experience will offer them preparation for future archaeological field work.Selkirk College Anthropology Instructor Lori Barkley said, “Through the partnership with Hamilton College, anthropology students at Selkirk College can now participate in a rare opportunity to receive outstanding training in prehistoric archaeology from a college where the vast majority of our students would not have an opportunity to attend otherwise.” Barkley continued, “For the Hamilton College students, they get to experience this amazing place that we call home, from the perspective of students who live here. The students are contributing to important archaeological research about the area’s indigenous inhabitants and make some great connections along the way. It is a win win for Selkirk College students!”Those community members with an interest in this dig or archaeology in general will be pleased to know there will once again be a public archaeology day near the end of the 2013 field season.