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1. YWCA among organizations receiving Covenant Health grants -

One of East Tennessee’s oldest organizations, the YWCA of Knoxville and the Tennessee Valley, prides itself on empowering women, eliminating racism and promoting dignity for all.

“We really try to build and develop and implement our programs based on our mission statement, which is to empower women,’’ says Maggie McNally, YWCA director of programming.

2. Crossville’s Williams honored by MTSU -

William (Dick) Williams of Crossville will be inducted into the Robert E. Musto Tennessee Insurance Hall of Fame at Middle Tennessee State University.

Julie Mix McPeak and Mary Francis Miller of Nashville are the other inductees.

3. Blackberry Mountain unveils Lexus course -

The Lexus Off-Road Adventure is coming to Blackberry Mountain, a new addition to the Lexus Hotel Partner program.

Guests will be able to drive a Lexus GX on a course designed to hone off-road driving skills and showcase the beautiful natural surroundings of the 5,200-acre property.

4. Punzalan-Randle comes home to lead YWCA -

Alizza Punzalan-Randle’s classmates had only shown “Southern hospitality” when she and her Filipino family moved to Knoxville from Detroit – until the day the sixth-grader opened her locker and found herself staring at a collage of photos apparently snipped from the pages of National Geographic.

5. Events -

MLK Leadership Awards. The annual luncheon honors people who have made a difference in the community and includes a keynote speaker. The noon Thursday event is part of the 2019 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Commission of Greater Knoxville celebration, the largest consortium of MLK events in East Tennessee. The MLK Special Awards will be presented. The Leadership Educational Symposium is held prior to the luncheon from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Rothchild Catering and Conference Center, 8807 Kingston Pike, Knoxville. Information

6. Events -

UT women’s basketball. Lady Vols vs. Kentucky. Thompson Boling Arena. Phil Fulmer Way, Knoxville. Thursday, 7 p.m. Information

7. Events -

Meet the legislators. A networking and luncheon event sponsored by the Greater Knoxville Hospitality Association, Visit Knoxville and Middle East Tennessee Tourism Council with the region’s state legislators. Thursday, Jan. 4. Registration and networking begin at 11 a.m., followed by lunch and the program at 11:30 a.m. Knoxville Museum of Art, 1050 World’s Fair Park Drive. Information

8. Knoxville police chief named TBI director -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has picked Knoxville Police Chief David Rausch to become the new director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

Haslam’s office said Rausch brings a wealth of experience and proven leadership to the agency. He will become director effective June 25.

9. Gallaher expands, adds and promotes staff -

Alcoa-based Gallaher, a life safety and asset protection solutions provider, has hired 18 new employees and announced nine promotions.

“We were fortunate enough to grow 21.6 percent in 2016 and have continued to grow geographically as well,” says Breck Ellison, COO at Gallaher. “That expansion has lead us to establish staff in the Nashville market, as well as promote and add additional team members to supplement growth in the greater Knoxville and Chattanooga areas.”

10. Ullrich Print’s Kelly to serve as KAMA president -

Carol Kelly of Ullrich Print Plus is the new president of the Knoxville chapter of the American Marketing Association.

Erica Coffey of Zoo Knoxville, is president-elect.

The rest of the board members (with job affiliations where appropriate) are:

11. First United Methodist welcomes Flynn back -

The Reverend Mark Flynn is returning to Oak Ridge as senior pastor of First United Methodist Church.

He was the pastor of Kern Memorial UMC in Oak Ridge from 1998-2006. For the past 11 years, Flynn has served as senior pastor of Christ UMC in Chattanooga, the 45th largest United Methodist congregation in the nation.

12. Baker Center welcomes new associate director -

The Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy has hired Katie Cahill as its new associate director.

She will join the department on May 1.

In her role with the University of Tennessee’s Baker Center, Cahill will direct the Leadership and Government Initiative, which oversees all student programs.

13. Dobbs leads UT’s Torchbearer honorees -

The University of Tennessee has chosen seven students to receive the Torchbearer award, the university’s highest student honor.

Each will receive a Torchbearer medal, signifying academic achievement, leadership and outstanding service. The honorees are:

14. UT signs partnership with NOAA -

The University of Tennessee has signed an agreement with the Atmospheric Turbulence and Diffusion Division of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Air Resources Laboratory to advance collaborative research in atmospheric sciences.

15. Martin names Theriot to UT vice provost post -

The University of Tennessee has announced that Matthew Theriot is the new vice provost for faculty affairs.

He will begin August 1 and also will continue as associate provost for teaching and learning innovation.

16. Rogero in China for climate talks -

Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero will participate in the second U.S.-China Climate-Smart/Low-Carbon Cities Summit on June 7-8 in Beijing.

Mayors from both countries will demonstrate commitment to climate action and share experiences in building low-carbon, climate-resilient communities. All attending leaders are already engaged in strong city-to-city collaboration through initiatives such as the Compact of Mayors and the Alliance of Peaking Pioneer Cities (APPC).

17. Bogert, Cunningham earn Pauly Awards -

The Greater Knoxville Hospitality Association has selected Mary Bogert and Jamie Cunningham as its 2016 Pauly Awards winners.

Bogert, general manager of the Knoxville Convention Center and Knoxville Civic Auditorium and Coliseum, won as the Service/Supplier General Manager of the Year.

18. TeamHealth adds new businesses -

Knoxville-based TeamHealth Holdings Inc., has purchased Everest Inpatient Physicians and Geriatric Essentials.

Everest is based Houston, Texas and Geriatric Essentials in Jackson.

TeamHealth is a physician services organization, and this is the organization’s first acquisition in the acute and post-acute care space following TeamHealth’s merger with IPC Healthcare late lasst year.

19. Events -

MLK Leadership Awards Luncheon. The annual leadership awards luncheon honors people who have made a difference in the community. The luncheon is part of the 2016 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Commission of Greater Knoxville celebration, the largest consortium of MLK events in East Tennessee. The MLK Special Awards will be presented. Thursday, Noon. $40. Knoxville Marriott, 501 Hill Ave. SE, Knoxville. Information: mlkknoxville.com/2016-events/leadership-awards-luncheon/

20. Knoxville attorneys make ‘Best’ list -

Tom Dillard, Wade Davies and Stephen Ross Johnson of Ritchie, Dillard, Davies & Johnson, P.C., have been listed in the “Best Lawyers in America’’ for 2016.

Johnson also was named Knoxville’s 2016 Lawyer of the Year for white-collar criminal defense.

21. Blaze to receive UT’s Public Service Award -

Douglas Blaze, Dean and Art Stolnitz and Elvin E. Overton Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Tennessee, has been chosen as the 2015 Alumni Public Service Award recipient.

According to the university’s website, he was selected for his work with the UT Legal Clinic, UT Pro Bono, and “commitment to the advancement of students and faculty.’’

22. Oak Ridge Schools honors three teachers -

Amelia Bell of Glenwood Elementary, Amy Fuqua of Linden Elementary and Lisa Meidl of Willow Brook Elementary have been named teachers of the year by the Oak Ridge Schools System.

Glenwood’s Bell is a librarian with 20 years of teaching experience. She is a member of the Glenwood Leadership Team, a prolific grant writer and has been awarded the Tennessee Association of School Librarians Innovative Library Award, among many other duties such as coordinating student-family events.

23. Events -

MLK Day Luncheon. Annual leadership awards honors luncheon. Today, 11:30 a.m. More details to come. Eventcheckknox.com

THURSDAY, JAN. 15

March of Dimes Breakfast

The March of Dimes 9th annual Commercial Real Estate Industry awards breakfast fundraiser. Cherokee Country Club, 5138 Lyons View Pike. Information: eventcheckknox.com

24. Events -

Knoxville City Tree Board. City Tree Board meeting. 8:30 a.m. Ijams Nature Center. Information: cityofknoxville.org

THURSDAY, JAN. 8

UT women’s basketball

Lady Vols host Texas A&M, 7 p.m. Thompson-Boling Arena, 1600 Phillip Fulmer Way. Information: utsports.com

25. Events -

Knoxville Zoo. Buy one, get one free for Knoxville’s zoo with new indoor exhibit, Wee Play Adventure through Dec. 31. 3500 Knoxville Zoo Dr. Information: Knoxville-zoo.org.

26. Preservation awards for East Tennessee listed -

The East Tennessee Preservation Awards, given annually by the East Tennessee Preservation Alliance, have been announced for 2014.

The winners are:

  • Richard Parker and John Burns for Wheatlands in Sevier County
  • Monroe County Government for the Monroe County Courthouse restoration in Madisonville
  • Brenda and David Bryan for the Lily Pad Boutique buildings in Sweetwater (Monroe County)
  • Albert Miller Lea Foundation for the Albert Miller Lea Day event in Blaine (Grainger County)
  • Dennis Patterson for the Union County Jail restoration in Maynardville
  • Regina and Jeff Merritt for the 52 Pine Road restoration in Norris (Anderson County
  • Rick Dover with Family Pride Corporation for their work on restoration and adaptive reuse of the Alexander Inn/Guest House in Oak Ridge (Anderson County)
  • Ethiel Garlington (formerly with ETPA) for assistance with coordinating efforts for the restoration and adaptive reuse of the Alexander Inn/Guest House in Oak Ridge (Anderson County)
  • Barbara Stagg for her work with Historic Rugby, Morgan County and ETPA

East Tennessee Preservation Alliance is a regional historic preservation organization that partners with Knox Heritage to serve a 16 county region that includes Anderson, Blount, Campbell, Claiborne, Cocke, Grainger, Hamblen, Jefferson, Knox, Loudon, Monroe, Morgan, Roane, Scott, Sevier, and Union counties.

27. SmartBank promotes Sweet to first VP -

Brad T. Sweet has been named first vice president, commercial Lender, at SmartBank, a subsidiary of SmartFinancial, Inc.

Sweet has been working at the bank’s Cedar Bluff office. He has more than 10 years of experience in the financial industry. He is concentrating on the expansion of SmartBank’s commercial lending presence in the Knox County market.