Village Quilters Loudon

The Village Quilters of Loudon, TN will be meeting on February 14th at Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church, 260 Wade Rd W., Loudon, TN.

Social time begins at 9:15, meeting starts at 9:30. The guest speaker will be Carl Hentsch, a quilting teacher, author, and designer from Missouri.

His accomplishments include his own “3 Dog Design Company” patterns as well as his latest book “Stars and Strips Forever

Fisherman’s Flea Market

Free Admission, Free Table Space for Sellers
Sell your unused fishing tackle or buy somebody else’s gear
(or both)…or just hang out with other fishermen! To reserve
free table space contact Butch Durham at (865) 856 5508 or
email durhambc@gmail.com.

Feb 12 Monthly Meeting

Tellico Cruising (Boating) Club will hold its regular monthly meeting at 5:00 PM on Wed, Feb 12 on the lower level of the Tellico Village Yacht Club.

Questions: Commander Wayne Geoffrey 734-812-0858, wgeoffre@gmail.com

COMMITTEE CORNER VIDEO LIBRARY

Click on the link to view an Advisory Committee Update:

            ACC          Architectural Control Committee

                       CMAC      Communications & Marketing Advisory 

     FAC          Finance Advisory Committee

GAC         Golf Advisory Committee

              LRP          Long Range Planning Committee

                PSAC       Public Service Advisory Committee

           RAC          Recreation Advisory Committee

May I ask TVB to record a remote meeting or event?

Yes, you may request us recording an official event, but Tellico Village Broadcasting limits producing video recordings to the controlled environment of our studio for the following reasons:

  1. It is a controlled environment for optimum video and audio production.
  2. The script is mostly prepared and facilitates an efficient and informative program.
  3. The participants are physically comfortable and at ease.
  4. Dialog can be easily recorded; re-recorded, and/or eliminated as needed.
  5. Postproduction editing is facilitated.
  6. A brief informative presentation will be viewed more often than a lengthy disorganized event recording.