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2nd Annual 'Snowball' Scheduled For Feb. 23

Originally published: 2013-01-26 08:26:24
Last modified: 2013-01-26 08:29:09

Depot Street will chill down during Main Street: Greeneville's 2nd Annual "Snowball" on Saturday, Feb. 23.

The event will be from 7 to 11 p.m. at the George R. Lane building, at 130 West Depot St., and will feature live music from The Wild Honey Beans. The group plays music from the 1940s to today, according to their website.

"People can dance, just hang around -- they can come have fun and support the Main Street program," said Jann Mirkov, executive director of the program.

"Our vision would be to create a vibrant downtown, and having an event like this helps do that."

A limited number of tickets are available for $45 each, at Main Street: Greeneville's office at 310 South Main St. and Greeneville Antique Market, located on West Depot Street.

Last year was a sellout "so don't be left out in the cold," a news release stated.

Heavy hors d'oeuvres and beverages will be served.

The focus of the Main Street program is the preservation and revitalization of downtown Greeneville.

"We help polish the jewel that everybody in the community creates," said Mirkov.

"We really encourage involvement from the public and private sectors to help maintain and sustain the downtown area that celebrates our heritage for the present and future."

Proceeds of the Snowball will go to Main Street: Greeneville and will promote the organization's various activities, including economic development programs and tours of the downtown area.

According to the news release, for more information about the Snowball or about Main Street: Greeneville, please call the organization at 423-639-7102 or email (

For more information and stories, see The Greeneville Sun.

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