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Snow and ice on this pond in Maury County create a beautiful winter scene. — Photo by Claire Hill

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Southside Freewill Baptist Church is a small congregation of believers located in downtown Mountain City, TN. The church building was originally used for a Presbyterian congregation to meet but was purchased and became Southside Freewill Baptist Church in 1974. The church is approximately 100 years old and still has the original stained glass windows and original wooden offering plates. Since 2017, Reverend Berrey Dunn has served as the current pastor.

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Cherries Jubilee - Submitted By: Sarah A. Greenwood
Cherry Cheese Pie - Submitted By: Betty Nettles
Cherry Cheesecake - Submitted By: Jo Ann Hughes
Cherry Pineapple Salad - Submitted By: Peggy Bryan
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Makes-Its- Own-Crust Cherry Cobbler - Submitted By: Janice Walker
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