KNOXVILLE — The Johnson Royals men’s soccer team defeated the Hiwassee Tigers 3-0. The next game will be held tomorrow at 7 p.m. against the JUFL Suns. For more information on the Royals and other Johnson University athletics, visit the Johnson University athletic Sports page
KNOXVILLE — Johnson students got the opportunity to serve in various fields for K-16 and Operation Backyard was one for the more artistic students. About twenty students went to Operation Backyard to paint a house that has been owned by the same family since its initial construction in 1917. This was a great opportunity for … Read moreK-16: Operation Backyard
KNOXVILLE – Wednesday, a group of JUTN students went to the Knoxville Botanical Gardens with Keep Knoxville Beautiful to serve for K-16. Below is a recap of the day, including exclusive interviews with the leading staff. Video Report created by Ariel Porter
KNOXVILLE – On Wednesday, Johnson students dispersed and went out into the community to serve for K-16. One of the groups served at the Children’s Center of Knoxville where staff member, Miles McDowell was willing to share what the organization is about and what they strive for. McDowell shared the typical structure of the daycare. “All … Read moreMiles McDowell speaks about Children’s Center of Knoxville
KNOXVILLE— Down on Merchants Drive in North Knoxville exists a thrift store by the name of KARM, and within that particular thrift store April Pedigo spends some of her time. A middle-aged woman with dark hair and deep brown eyes, April works at the front desk register at KARM. However, no one would ever guess … Read moreKARM employee finds ministry opportunity every day at work
KNOXVILLE- JUTN students volunteered at the Children’s Center of Knoxville, look out for more exciting news to come.
KNOXVILLE – JUTN students helped out a home owner in Knoxville for K-16 by painting the exterior of their home. The family has owned the house since 1917.
KNOXVILLE – JUTN students helped out Mobile Meals by delivering meals to the community.