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Wild Laurel Customers,

I wanted to provide a quick update on the operations of Wild Laurel in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. As you all may know Governor Lee will not be extending the stay-at-home order, but he has put in place the “Tennessee Pledge”. This pledge lays out new guidelines that will allow businesses to slowly return to normal. For restaurants and bars, though, this pledge still creates some obstacles.

With a date still to be determined, the Wild Laurel Tavern will not be re-opening any time this week. For consumer protection, the Tennessee Pledge still requires all bar areas to remain closed, and is not allowing live music. The pledge also wants businesses to take customer’s temperatures in order to be permitted onto the premises -- Wild Laurel is not equipped to screen customers in this regard -- therefore, we are waiting until these guidelines have expired to re-open the Tavern. We are hopeful to have everything back to normal by Memorial Day, however we understand this is a fluid situation that changes daily.

As for the fitness center, we will be permitted to open the fitness center this Friday, May 1st. In doing so we will be providing sanitizer for members to clean their machines after each use. We ask that if you are feeling unwell to please refrain from utilizing the facility.

Golf operations will continue as they have been – inverted cups, sanitized golf carts, no bunker rakes, no water coolers, etc. We will slowly return to normal over the next couple of weeks when we see that the severity and spread of COVID-19 has decreased.

As always, I am wishing you and your family good health during this time, and look forward to seeing you all again soon. We sincerely appreciate your support.

Best,

Beau Branton
General Manager
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Great weekend for some golf!!!
Willow Creek Golf Club
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Great weekend for some golf!!!
Willow Creek Golf Club

Perfect golfing weather 🙌🏻⛳️
Wild Laurel Golf Course
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Perfect golfing weather 🙌🏻⛳️
Wild Laurel Golf Course

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Thanks for sharing! Townsend is only a 40 minute drive from Knoxville! Come up to the smokies and see us! 702 Country Club Dr. Townsend, TN 37882

SUPPORT SMALL BUSINESSES!! We are open for take out and delivery only! 😋
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SUPPORT SMALL BUSINESSES!! We are open for take out and delivery only! 😋
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3 weeks ago

Visit Knoxville

Join us for a September stroll thorugh UT Gardens Knoxville and pop into our stories for a tranquil traipse, a mindful meander, a peaceful promenade!⁠⠀
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Join us for a September stroll thorugh UT Gardens Knoxville and pop into our stories for a tranquil traipse, a mindful meander, a peaceful promenade!⁠⠀
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So beautiful! Moving to Knox next month, can’t wait to explore. ❤️

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Join us for a September stroll thorugh UT Gardens Knoxville and pop into our stories for a tranquil traipse, a mindful meander, a peaceful promenade!⁠⠀
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Accessibility is the name of the game and we’re excited to share about this new accessible dock at Beaver Creek behind Powell High School (northwest Knox County). As if you needed another reason to get out and enjoy our area’s waterways!
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#knoxrocks #kayaking #paddling #accessibility
Mask and you shall receive! We’ve got new masks in our gift shop and they can be yours for the low price of just $5. What? Didn’t know we had a gift shop? Welllll come on down! Head to our stories today for a litlte virtual retail therapy. You can shop online OR come see us at the Visitor Center!
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#knoxrocks #maskup
Today’s image honoring women is of the "Beloved Woman of Justice" statue by NY sculptor Audrey Flack. The following is from an article by our friends at the The Knoxville History Project: Beloved Woman was a title given to Cherokee women who had major influence in their tribes. The most famous, at least to the white man, was one who likely visited Knoxville more than once in her life. She was named Nany'hi, and we knew her as Nancy Ward. When she went to battle with her husband Kingfisher against the Creeks, she was just 17. When her husband fell dead, Nany'hi took up her husband's musket. She was honored for her bravery with the title Ghigau, or Beloved Woman, the highest title available to Cherokee women. The teenaged widow married Bryan Ward, an Irish trader, but he left her and married a white woman. Nancy's cousin was Dragging Canoe, the most warlike of the Cherokee during the early white settlement of the Tennessee country. When she learned he planned an attack on the whites along the Holston, she secretly warned them. When the attack came, they were gone; the battle resulted in fewer than 20 deaths on each side. She may have seemed like a traitor, but her intention was apparently to save lives. Nany’hi died in 1822 but will forever be remembered as a Beloved Woman. Head to visitknoxville.com to find this statue and others in Knoxville.
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#knoxrocks #herstory #womenshistory
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2 weeks ago

Knoxville Chamber

ICYMI: Knox County’s newest elected officials have officially been sworn in. Last week, the county held an installation ceremony for elected and re-elected leaders at the Tennessee Theatre.
Learn more: bit.ly/3ieVtH4
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ICYMI: Knox County’s newest elected officials have officially been sworn in. Last week, the county held an installation ceremony for elected and re-elected leaders at the Tennessee Theatre. 
Learn more: https://bit.ly/3ieVtH4

2 weeks ago

Knoxville Chamber

Coldwell Banker Commercial celebrated the grand opening of its new commercial real estate location! Since 1936, their team of professionals have been passionate about the real estate industry and exceeding the expectations of every single client. Their new location is at 813 S. Northshore Drive, Suite 202 in Knoxville. ... See MoreSee Less

Coldwell Banker Commercial celebrated the grand opening of its new commercial real estate location! Since 1936, their team of professionals have been passionate about the real estate industry and exceeding the expectations of every single client. Their new location is at 813 S. Northshore Drive, Suite 202 in Knoxville.

3 weeks ago

Knoxville Chamber

Victory Orthotics and Prosthetics celebrated the grand opening of its new Knoxville location! Since 2015, their team has been working to restore function and mobility to their patients, so that they may each find and experience their own victories in life! Their new location is at 9051 Executive Drive, Suite 202 in Knoxville. ... See MoreSee Less

Victory Orthotics and Prosthetics celebrated the grand opening of its new Knoxville location! Since 2015, their team has been working to restore function and mobility to their patients, so that they may each find and experience their own victories in life! Their new location is at 9051 Executive Drive, Suite 202 in Knoxville.
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ICYMI: Knox County’s newest elected officials have officially been sworn in. Last week, the county held an installation ceremony for elected and re-elected leaders at the Tennessee Theatre. 
Learn more: https://bit.ly/3ieVtH4
Coldwell Banker Commercial celebrated the grand opening of its new commercial real estate location! Since 1936, their team of professionals have been passionate about the real estate industry and exceeding the expectations of every single client. Their new location is at 813 S. Northshore Drive, Suite 202 in Knoxville.
Victory Orthotics and Prosthetics celebrated the grand opening of its new Knoxville location! Since 2015, their team has been working to restore function and mobility to their patients, so that they may each find and experience their own victories in life! Their new location is at 9051 Executive Drive, Suite 202 in Knoxville.
ICYMI: Tennessee legislators passed the Tennesseee COVID-19 Recovery Act, which gives businesses protection from liability claims related to the pandemic and supports continued economic recovery across the state.
Learn more: https://bit.ly/32IwDZj
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