A Tennessee tourism official will be the featured speaker at a Thursday night meeting of the Oak Ridge Heritage and Preservation Association.
Lee Curtis is program development director of the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development, where she has worked since 1990, a press release said.
It said Curtis’ responsibilities include overseeing and developing the Tennessee Civil War Trails program and serving as the department’s heritage tourism contact. On Thursday, she will discuss the Civil War Trail Marker program in Oak Ridge, the press release said.
Thursday’s meeting starts at 7 p.m. at the Midtown Community Center’s Wildcat Den at 102 Robertsville Road.
For more information, call (865) 481-0542 or visit www.ORHPA.com.