The Art Guild of Tellico Village was forced to cancel a number of events and workshops due to COVID-19 but members remain hopeful for the rest of the year and into the future.

The beautification committees at Tellico Village are working around COVID-19 to raise funds for various projects planned for the year.

Wood carving gives Villager Thom Lewis an avenue for creativity and has opened doors for new friendships.

For more than a decade, the Tellico Village Fishing Club has been one of the most popular clubs in the Village and Loudon County thanks to a large membership with welcoming arms.

The Village Quilters last week hit a big milestone as part of members’ continued efforts to provide help and comfort.

Loudon Police Department recently donated a haul of computers and other electronics to the Tellico Village Computer Users Club.

Fifth- through eighth-graders from across the county applied what they learned in the classroom Friday and competed in the inaugural Battle of the Bridge robotics competition at North Middle School.

The Kiwanis Robotics/STEM program began in March 2017 when Kiwanis member Jerry Covert, Jennifer Malone, Loudon County Schools supervisor of technology/middle schools, and Chris Smallen, Lenoir City Schools chief technology officer, called principals, teachers and Kiwanians together to gauge…

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12135 hosted a successful fundraising effort Friday night with a little help from a well-known band.

The Tellico Village Lions Club’s chili-soup dinner, which benefits various charities, is about two weeks away.

Homeowners around Tellico Lake have reported to the Watershed Association of the Tellico Reservoir that strange plants are beginning to grow in the lake and that the lake’s water lacks clarity.

Kiwanis Club of Tellico Village recently entered into a partnership with Loudon County Schools in hopes of teaching students valuable lessons one plastic cap at a time.

The Tellico Village Ladies 9 Hole Golf League has scheduled a welcome coffee for 10 a.m.-noon Tuesday at the Yacht Club. Anyone interested in the league is encouraged to attend.

Regardless of a person’s expertise, the Art Guild of Tellico Village wants members to walk away with a better understanding of art.

A group of 50 volunteers from Tellico Village are finding ways to help two Loudon County elementary schools by providing donations, school supplies and time for sponsored classrooms.

A huge crowd filled the lower level of the Yacht Club for the Tellico Cruising Club’s first meeting of 2020.

A crowd huddled into the top level of the Yacht Club last week in hopes of getting a better understanding of what’s being done environmentally at the three premier golf courses in Tellico Village.

With 2019 in the rearview mirror, several Tellico Village nonprofit clubs are shifting their focus on upcoming projects and events.

Wooden toys lined the walls in the Christian Life Center of the Community Church at Tellico Village on Thursday as the Tellico Village Woodworkers Club continued a tradition that has spanned more than two decades.

In a gala dinner held Nov. 22 at the Yacht Club, the Tellico Village Lions Club celebrated 20 years of service to the community and beyond.

Ladies dressed in flowing dresses and extravagant hats carried signs and marched down Grove Street in downtown Loudon on Oct. 15 to reenact what life was like for women in the 1920s.

As the biannual pancake breakfast fundraiser nears, Kiwanis Club of Tellico Village members want residents to know what the money goes toward in the community.

Tellico Village Ladies Golf Association 9-Hole League President Carol Moehrke, right, presents the 2019 League Championship trophy to Cindy Klann following the league’s recent championship tournament. Klann participated in a two-day tournament at Tanasi Golf Course.

Tellico Village Ladies Golf Association 9-Hole League President Carol Moehrke, right, awards Jackie Burton the league’s Forward Tees Championship Trophy. Burton participated in a two-day tournament at Tanasi Golf Course.

As the sun peaked Saturday morning over the Smoky Mountains, cyclists from East Tennessee got to experience the beauty of Tellico Village up close.

The summer proved busy, but memorable, for members of the Tellico Village Roadrunners RV Club.

Each week the twang of guitars is common in the Yacht Club as Villagers come together with a thirst for learning.

Although still several months away, members of the Tellico Village Lions are busily preparing to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the club’s founding.

Each month a group of space enthusiasts gather in hopes of learning more about the stars and planets as part of the Tellico Skywatchers.

Tellico River Chicks, with planner Jeanette Steele at their side, showcase where they placed in a July 26 poker run. From left, are Steele, Pat Chappell, Joyce Winn and Mavi Smith. Thirty-five members hit the lake at 10:30 a.m. that day, divided into six groups with five or six skis comprisi…

Insight Financial Services and a subsidiary company, 2nd Gear of Costa Mesa, Calif., recently provided eight desktop computers and 19 laptops to the Technology Access Program, a community outreach program of the Tellico Village Computer Users Club.

Ron Randle, Rotary Club of Tellico Lake president, presents past president Maggie Morrow an award during a recent club meeting at First Baptist Church in Tellico Village. New officers and directors were elected during the meeting.

The Tennessee Heat Dragon Boat Club is having a fantastic season and recently won gold in the Knox Area Rescue Ministries’ 17th annual Dragon Boat Festival.

The rain held off Thursday afternoon as members of the Connecticut Club reunited for the first time in 13 years to share memories, laughter and food during a picnic at the Tugaloo Beach Pavilion.

A crowd of Tellico Village HomeOwners Association members, board members and city, county and state representatives gathered Thursday at the Community Church at Tellico Village to celebrate the group’s 30th anniversary.

Since chartered in March 1999, Kiwanis Club of Tellico Village has been looking for ways to serve the community.

Despite losing 150 fingerling trout mere days before their scheduled May 6 release, North Middle School students visited the Walnut Grove Picnic Area on the Tellico River thanks to the Kiwanis Club of Tellico Village.

The Solo Club in Tellico Village recognizes being single can bring isolation, regardless of the circumstances that caused one to become single.

Much discussion could be heard the evening of June 4 when more than 100 members of the Tellico Village Computer Users Club gathered under the Tugaloo Beach Pavilion for the group’s annual picnic.

The Kiwanis Club of Tellico Village donated $10,000 to the Center for Courageous Kids by delivering a check to Joanie O’Bryan, executive director.

Drivers in the community who have passed an antique Ford Mustang Mach 1 or a brand new Maserati probably saw a member of the Tellico Village Vintage Vehicles Club.

Tellico Village Garden Club will invite residents to tour various gardens in the community during the annual garden walk June 6.

Sunshine and warm weather was a welcome sight Saturday for the Tellico Village Lions Club as golfers flocked to Toqua Golf Course to play in the organization’s annual fundraiser.

Tellico Village Roadrunners RV Club kicked off 2019 with the first RV rally May 2-5 at Big Meadow Campground in Townsend.

After months of work, more than 200 pieces of art were put on display Friday-Sunday at the Community Church at Tellico Village for the Art Guild of Tellico Village’s Spring Art Show.

Last week marked a big occasion for the Tellico Village Computer Users Club when the Technology Access Program helped its 10,000th young person.

The Tellico Village Lions Club’s annual Golf-for-Sight is fast approaching.