Sunday, May 20, 2018
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Sheila Scruggs

Sheila (Page) 12-1-15Originally from Lynchburg, TN (By the way, Sheila makes excellent lemonade…), Sheila lives in Cookeville with husband Tim and her fuzzy “kids.”

Sheila has always wanted a career in the spotlight. As a child, Sheila desperately wanted to be a professional whistler…but a series of unfortunate playground pranks involving sticking her tongue to a frozen flag pole brought those dreams to an end. Luckily, Sheila was encouraged by her Granny who said, “A whistling woman and a crowing hen always comes to a bad end.”

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Sheila Says: Walk With A Doc In Cookeville

Walk every Saturday morning at 9 now through September with a doctor to improve your health and fitness at Cookeville Regional Medical Center’s main lobby.  Cardiologist Scott Reising, MD talked with me about the value of Walk With A Doc. Read More »

Sheila Says: A League Of Their Own’s Anniversary

It has been 25 years since the movie A League Of Their Own has been released starring Geena Davis, Tom Hanks, Lori Petty & Madonna. I talked to Lori about the re-release on Blue Ray. She shares some of her memories while making the movie and tells us why she thinks it’s still a fan favorite.      Read More »

Sheila Says: Dig If You Will The Picture Of Prince

April 29th marks the one year anniversary of Prince. Best selling author, Ben Greenman has loved Prince since he was a little boy. He wanted to honor one of his favorites with a book about his career, DIG IF YOU WILL THE PICTURE. In my interview with Ben, we discussed what made him a lifelong fan, Prince’s departure & feud ... Read More »

Sheila Says: Kids Comment About The Easter Bunny

Easter is just a few days away and so is our big Easter Egg Hunt presented by Meadows Homes (April 15th at Cane Creek Ball Fields in Cookeville).  Mrs. Cyndi Sullivan with Kids Putnam allowed me to come and talk to her class and have some fun with the kids. I asked them some questions about the Easter Bunny. They ... Read More »