The Upper Cumberland Quilt Festival Board
Awards the 2018 Exemplary Service Award to
Keith Morrison, City Manager,
Paint Your Own Porch "QUILT"
Sept. 21st and 22nd, 2017 10 am & 2 pm
In this class you will paint 1 12" x 12" wooden squares suitable for your porch. All supplies are furnished (wood squares, brushes, paint, and sealer) and you will have a choice of patterns.
Presented by Teresa Frey, Artist and painter of barn quilts ranging from 3 inches to 8 feet.
Upper Cumberland Quilt Festival, Algood, TN © 2008
If you look up exemplary service in the dictionary you will see Keith’s picture there. He epitomizes the very words exemplary service. His support and dedication to the quilt festival is outstanding. Keith has contributed significantly to each year’s festival planning; he works tirelessly to promote the festival along with all the wonderful events in the city of Algood; and volunteers to help hang and take down quilts each year. Keith graduated from Rhea County High School in 1996. He taught school for 12 years in White County where he was voted ‘Teacher of the Year’ by students and faculty. Keith is married to Nikki Richardson Morrison and they have two children, Kylee, 13 and Caden, 9. Keith and his family enjoy camping and spending time together as family and working outside. “Keith is always busy doing something,” says Nikki Morrison. “Keith Morrison is a bright and shining star in his work with the City of Algood and the Upper Cumberland Quilt Festival,” says Melinda Bilbrey, Chair of the Governing Board of the Algood Senior Citizen Center. “He has worked tirelessly to help us improve the Senior Center and the quilt festival.” “Keith is constantly looking for ways to make Algood a great place to live and work,” according to Brenda Dishman, Director of the Algood Senior Center. “We sincerely appreciate Keith for all he does to help us. He continually supports the Algood Senior Center making improvements, and supports us in all of our endeavors. ” We salute Keith Morrison and thank him for his outstanding service to the Upper Cumberland Quilt Festival and the City of Algood, Tennessee. He truly represents our festival theme for 2018 – “Algood – All Good!