Article by W. Clay Crook-
A lone log building sits astride a ridge. South of the of what is Tennessee’s oldest one room log school, just beyond the pavilion, a cemetery guards the southern approach, all part of the Doe Creek School National Historic Register Site which was dedicated on July 15, 2007. Saturday, October 6th, was the 11th Annual celebration, with Master of Ceremonies Wayne Stanfill beginning the days event with a re-creation of a typical classroom of the 19th Century and answering questions about the local families and history. A camera crew from the Tennessee Crossroads Channel was at this year’s event to record what has become one of Henderson County’s largest, and most…
For the complete story, see the October 10th edition of The Lexington Progress.