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ORNL's Lab Day 2018

I am thrilled to share my experience of the 75th anniversary of ORNL with you! Celebrations started on June 8th with the initiative “Take Your Child to Work Day”, followed by the “Launch of the Summit supercomputer”, “Lab Day” on June 9th and finished June 11th with an “IceCream afternoon for Summer Interns”. 488 more words

Julita Inca

Secret City History

Leslie Groves had a pretty big job already. As a colonel in the U.S. Army’s Corps of Engineers, he had overall responsibility for the construction of the Pentagon. 374 more words

Historic Site

Ridge and Valley

We’ll divert from our direct path for a brief stop here, mainly to add to the scenic beauty of our tour. We’ll see O.T. Smith Athletic Field and learn a bit about sports history in East Tennessee. 203 more words

Tennessee

Soups and More Done Right

We’ll end Day 2 with a healthy meal featuring freshly made soups and sandwiches. Your tour package includes a $15 voucher to cover soup and  bread or a sandwich, plus dessert and beverage, but you can add more to your order at your own expense if you’re feeling peckish. 118 more words

Tennessee

Farragut, Tenn.

An bright orange T-Rex stands in Farragut at a miniature golf course. It’s not a jolly, Barney type dinosaur. Instead he has pained eyes on the edge of tears and a wincing frown as he leans on his bone cane, as though he know’s the asteroid’s going to hit and his time is up. 1,241 more words

The 16th Maine

The 16th Maine’s monument on Oak Ridge. (Tom Huntington photo).

Col. Charles Tilden (Maine State Archives).

At Gettysburg, the 16th Maine Infantry served in Gabriel Paul’s brigade of the I Corps. 496 more words

Oak Ridge Team Camp

will have two sessions for team camp this summer.  Session I- June 11-12 and Session II- June 18-19.  Each team will get 2 games per day (4 total) or you can get more games upon your request.  27 more words

Team Camp