The tents will be erected and the lights will brightly shine from the top of the hill at 2212 Cartel Drive in Lebanon when the 12th annual Low Country Boil to fight cancer flips open its flaps to an evening of good fun, chow-down food, warm fellowship and feel-good music.
Lebanon’s Shirley Tellis is a lady surrounded by many coordinated colors, has accomplished many creditable accolades in her professional life and beat more physical set-backs than any one person should ever have to face in a single lifetime.
To properly begin a story on a person as accomplished and respected as Ruth Wharton, it would make sense to start at the beginning when she was born to A.C. and Mary Wharton, also area natives and highly regarded people.
As with the anticipation leading up to Cumberland University’s Phoenix Ball to include a spectacular Patron’s Party, this year’s event at the home of Dr. Scott and Jean Ellen Baker was no exception. The weather accommodated the event with clear sky and temperatures comfor...