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We'd like to extend a special thanks to the following folks who helped us make this project possible:

We'd like to that our funders USDA Rural Development , Tucker Foundation, Tennessee Department of Tourism Development, the Cracker Barrel Foundation, our sponors, and the numerous other private and public donors that made this Web site and it's promotion possible.

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Thank you Randy Williams of the Upper Cumberland Development District for giving this project the Edge, and thanks to all our members and partners who have always participated with the Alliance, and supported our efforts to pursue a more inclusive vision for the region's future.  


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Simple Treasures

Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 10 am to 2:30 pm.
A delicious aroma wafts through the air when visitors open the door of a historic 100-year old Bledsoe County home. Several tables are situated in the living room of the home as well as on the porch. But lining the shelves behind the tables and the greenery ornamenting the doorframe are beautiful crafts, collectibles and gifts ready to be taken home. 

Four other rooms are filled with gift items -- from a beautiful antique buffet, sleds, and china, to handmade quilts, wooden boxes, and preserves. 

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23 W. Railroad Ave.
Pikeville, TN 37367

Phone: 423-447-7318

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