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Fall 2013: Tennessee Connections

Fall 2013: Tennessee Connections

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Welcome to the digital edition of Tennessee Connections is an official publication of the Tennessee Municipal Electric Power Association and is available to the customers of participating TMEPA systems.
Welcome to the digital edition of Tennessee Connections is an official publication of the Tennessee Municipal Electric Power Association and is available to the customers of participating TMEPA systems.

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Beore long, it will be time to set the table orThanksgiving dinner, so it’s never too early to startplanning how to prepare a perect holiday turkey. Considerthese turkey tips to ensure a juicy, delicious bird.• A 15- to 20-pound bird is appropriate or a largeparty, and keep in mind that the amount o letoversdepends on the size o the turkey.• Thaw your turkey in the rerigerator to reduce the risko harmul bacteria. Allow a ull day o thawing orevery 4 pounds o turkey.• Stu your bird immediately beore cooking to reduceexposure to bacteria.• Stung expands as it bakes, so leave room in theturkey’s cavity.• Roast the turkey on a rack in a shallow pan so heatcan circulate. Baste ater the rst hour to keep itmoist. Roast until a thermometer inserted in thethickest thigh area registers 165 degrees.• Let your turkey rest at least 30 minutes and removestung beore carving.
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Take a ree buggy ride, hear live bluegrass music andsee how molasses is made at the Music & Molasses Arts& Crats Festival, held the third weekend in October rom9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Tennessee Agricultural Museum.The harvest celebration draws several thousand peopleeach year or live music on two stages, old-ashionedcooking demonstrations, storytellers, cloggers, traditionalcrats or sale, and homemade cakes and pies. Kids cantake part in log cabin activities, a trail hike, pony ridesand animal petting.The Tennessee Agricultural Museum is located on thegrounds o the Ellington Agricultural Center in Nashville.For more inormation, visit
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The 107th annual Tennessee State Fair happensSeptember 6-15, 2013, bringing the Tennessee StateFairgrounds to lie with rides, competitions and must-seeevents. The air has been held every year since 1906, withthe exception o a our-year span during World War II.Pay tribute to the Volunteer State’s longstanding traditionby bringing the amily or cotton candy, corn dogs and snowcones. Let the kids get cuddly with arm animals at Lucky’sBarnyard Animals exhibit and watch the milking o dairycows in the milking parlor. The youngest air-goers can enjoyhands-on arming experiences at Tiny Acres, where they’lllearn how armers put ood on the amily table.Find out more by visiting the air’s website,
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Rachel Bertone
C drcr
Jessy Yancey
Prrg Mgr
Raven Petty
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Rebecca Denton, Roben Mounger,Jessica Mozo
Pgrp drcr
 
Jerey S. Otto
Crv Srvcs drcr
Christina Carden
Grpc dsgr
Matt West
Sr Pgrprs
 
Je Adkins, Brian McCord
S Pgrprs
, Michael Conti, Wendy Jo O’Barr,Frank Ordonez, Michael Tedesco
a Prc Mgr
Katie Middendor 
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Krystin Lemmon, Patricia Moisan
Crm
Greg Thurman
Prs/Pblsr
Bob Schwartzman
excv Vc Prs
Ray Langen
Sr. V.P./Sls
Todd Potter
Sr. V.P./oprs
Casey Hester
Sr. V.P./agrbsss Pblsg
Kim Holmberg
V.P./exrl Cmmcs
Teree Caruthers
V.P./Vsl C
Mark Forester
V.P./C oprs
Natasha Lorens
Crllr
Chris Dudley
igr M Mgr
Robin Robertson
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Gary Smith
Tennessee Connections 
is published quarterly byJournal Communications Inc. or participating memberso the Tennessee Municipal Electric Power Association.TMEPA represents 61 municipal power distributors inTennessee, which serve more than 2 million customers.For advertising inormation or to direct questions or commentsabout the magazine, contact Journal Communications Inc.,725 Cool Springs Blvd., Suite 400, Franklin, TN 37067.Phone: 615-771-0080.Email:ino@jnlcom.com.For inormation about TMEPA, contact:Tennessee Municipal Electric Power AssociationPaddock 1, Suite C-13, 229 Ward CircleBrentwood, TN 37027Phone 615-373-5738, Fax 615-373-1901tmepa.org
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Mike Vinson©Copyright 2013 Journal Communications Inc. andTennessee Municipal Electric Power Association. All rightsreserved. No portion o this magazine may be reproducedin whole or in part without written consent.
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