Historical Loudon County, Tennessee, and its Cities and Towns

Historical Society, Loudon County, TN

Web page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/
Historical-Society-of-Loudon-County-TN-110422754431044/

Immediate Past Meeting (The entire 2022 schedule of meeting can be seen at this link.)

August 21, 2022, 3:00 P.M., Trinity United Methodist Church, Lenoir City
Carolyn Ritchey Lequire & Sarah Simpson Bivens: “Panel Discussion by
Activists/Writers on the Resistance of the Tellico Dam Project”

Upcoming Meeting (The entire 2022 schedule of meeting can be seen at this link.)

October 23, 2022, 3:00 P.M., Trinity United Methodist Church, Lenoir City
Lenoir descendants Beverly Norwood Gamble & Mollie LeNoir May:
Lenoir Family Cemetery: Past and Present”

Go to the Historical Society's Facebook page (link above) to read a brief review of the discussion of the recent meeting. If you are a Facebook member, you can log on and comment. Carolyn Ritchey Lequire was pme pf the speakers and one of those whose life was disrupted by the Tellico Dam Project.

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP DUES: $10 (Individual) or $15 (Family). Dues may be mailed to Joe Spence, 309 Elkmont Rd., Knoxville, TN 37922 or paid at the meeting. The Historical Society officers thank you for continuing your membership and supporting the society with your dues during COVID-19!

For help with any questions or for more information, call Joe Spence (865-693-3664) or Leigh Lamb (865-458-6658).

Lenoir City Museum

Web Site: https://www.lenoircity
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lenoircitymuseum
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MEMBERSHIP: $25 (Individual), $20 (Senior), 0 (Student), $50 (Family)

For help with any questions or for more information, call Beverly Sweeney (865-986-9169 or (865-693-3664), or email her or a museum representative at lenoircitymuseum@
yahoo.com.

There is no affiliation between the historical society and the museum, but both are devoted to preserving the history and historical arifacts of the area and sharing all that has been preserved with people from the local area and from far and wide.