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Widow/Widower’s Dutch Treat Luncheon planned for October 13

Tetrick Funeral Home, Silver Angels Home Health Care and Hathaway-Percy Funeral Home invite you to their October Widow/Widower’s Dutch Treat Luncheon on Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 11:30 a.m. at Primo’s Italian Restaurant, 151 Hudson Drive, Elizabethton.
You provide for your lunch and Silver Angels Home Health Care will treat you to a dessert. You will be required to wear a mask as you come in and when you leave. You will be able to remove it after you are seated at the restaurant.
For those who purchased a ticket to The Sound of Music, the Jonesborough Repertory Theater has shut down at least through October so the group won’t be going to see The Marvelous Wonderettes on October 24. They also won’t give a refund so all tickets will be redeemed for The Sound of Music. If you are not able to go when it is definitely scheduled to run, your ticket will be good for another play.
Terry Cole, who was Administrative Assistant at Hathaway-Percy Funeral Home for many years, has retired. To make your reservation, please call Amy Holtsclaw at Hathaway-Percy Funeral Home, 423-543-5444, by Friday, Oct. 9.
The group hopes that you will join them! Please feel free to bring a friend or friends with you.
If you have any questions, please call Laura Graham at Tetrick Funeral Services in Johnson City, 423-610-7171.

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