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Spring 2014: Tennessee Connections

Spring 2014: 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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An Official Publication of Your Locally Owned Municipal Electric System
BETTER BATTER
Braden Station restaurant knows Southern seafood
Know Your Farmer
Williamson County’s Delvin Farms provides fresh produce to farmers markets and CSA members
 
Travel, tips and tidbits at a glance
Catch a Creative Vibe
The arts are in full bloom every March at Linden’s Blooming Arts Festival. An annual tradition since 2009, the Blooming Arts Festival celebrates the culture and natural beauty of Perry County with arts and crafts, live entertainment, music, food, kids’ activities and tributes to military veterans. More than 100 exhibiting artists display their work, ranging from quilting and pottery to handmade soaps and jewelry. Spectators can watch artist demonstrations of stained glass, blacksmithing, fiber art and more. The sixth annual Blooming Arts Festival takes place March 21-22, 2014. Visit 
 for more information.
Prepare for Spring Tornadoes
Springtime in Tennessee is more than warmer temperatures and blooming flowers – it’s also tornado season. Tornadoes can happen any time of year, but two-thirds of Tennessee tornadoes happen in the months of March, April and May. The best way to protect your family is to be prepared.Determine your home’s best tornado safety spot, and make sure all family members know where it is. A basement or an interior first-floor room or hallway (away from windows) is best.Gather emergency supplies including water, flashlights with extra batteries and a weather radio, and put them in your safe spot.Pay attention to tornado watches. If the weather forecasters issue a tornado warning for your area, seek shelter in your safe spot.Avoid automobiles, motor homes and rooms with lots of windows during tornadoes. If you are caught outside, lie flat in a ditch as low to the ground as possible until the storm passes.
Beale Street Is Calling
All roads lead to Memphis during the month of May. The city hosts its world-famous Memphis in May International Festival and this year, the 38th edition honors the Republic of Panama. Memphis in May includes the popular Beale Street Music Festival (May 2-4), the World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest (May 15-17) and the Sunset Symphony (May 24), which includes a spectacular air show, fireworks and music presented by the Memphis Symphony Orchestra. Educational, international and economic programs also attract tourists from around the globe. The 2013 celebration drew visitors from 50 states and eight foreign countries. Buy tickets and find more information about the festival at
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TN ALMANAC
 
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Features
4 Better Batter
 Braden Station in West Tennessee serves spectacular Southern seafood
Departments
CONTENTS
Spring 2014 EditionContent Coordinator
 Rachel Bertone
Content Director
Jessy Yancey
Proofreading Manager
Raven Petty
Contributing Writers
 Leslie LaChance, Tiffany Howard, Jessica Mozo
Photography Director
 
Jeffrey S. Otto
Creative Services Director
 Christina Carden
Senior
 
Graphic Designers
Laura Gallagher, Vikki Williams
Graphic Designer
Matt West
Senior Photographers
 
Jeff Adkins, Brian McCord
Staff Photographers
, Michael Conti, Wendy Jo O’Barr, Frank Ordonez, Michael Tedesco
Ad Production Manager
Katie Middendorf 
Ad Traffic Assistants
 Krystin Lemmon, Patricia Moisan
Chairman
Greg Thurman
President/Publisher
Bob Schwartzman
Executive Vice President
Ray Langen
Sr. V.P./Sales
 Todd Potter
Sr. V.P./Operations
 Casey Hester
Sr. V.P./Agribusiness Publishing
 Kim Holmberg
Sr. V.P./Journal Digital
 Michael Barber
V.P./External Communications
Teree Caruthers
V.P./Visual Content
Mark Forester
V.P./Content Operations
Natasha Lorens
Controller
 Chris Dudley
Integrated Media Manager
 Robin Robertson
Tennessee Connections 
 is published quarterly by Journal Communications Inc. for participating members of the Tennessee Municipal Electric Power Association. TMEPA represents 61 municipal power distributors in Tennessee, which serve more than 2 million customers. For advertising information or to direct questions or comments about the magazine, contact Journal Communications Inc., 725 Cool Springs Blvd., Suite 400, Franklin, TN 37067. Phone: 615-771-0080.Email: info@jnlcom.com.For information about TMEPA, contact: Tennessee Municipal Electric Power Association212 Overlook Circle, Suite 205 Brentwood, TN 37027Phone 615-373-5738, Fax 615-373-1901 tmepa.org
Executive Director
Mike Vinson©Copyright 2014 Journal Communications Inc. and Tennessee Municipal Electric Power Association. All rights reserved. No portion of this magazine may be reproduced in whole or in part without written consent.
ON THE COVER:
Cindy Delvin works on her family’s farm in Williamson County,
Jeffrey S. Otto 

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