April 12, 2014: Orange and White Parade of Boats at the dock at Calhoun’s on the River. Boats will be judged on creativity and most outrageous orange and white decorations. The winner will receive a traveling trophy and a football autographed by Coach Butch Jones. $100 entry fee per boat. All proceeds benefit East Tennessee Children's Hospital. Call 865-681-9290 for more information.

Tennessee Vols Orange & White Spiral Fashion Scarf.

Let's STAY HOME in Tennessee orange and white by SignNiche on Etsy, $34.00

Life is Orange and White. Neyland Stadium at the University of Tennessee. GO VOLS!

Lacey Fan UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE Boot Socks cable knit boot sock with lace and school logo - Collegiate boot socks (Item no.12-13)

May 8, 2014: Charity Golf Tournament at Egwani Farms Golf Course to benefit East Tennessee Children's Hospital.

12 x 16 University of Tennessee Fight Song Poster by Design1985, $15.00

Tennessee Vols Christmas Tree Topper by Jewlsbasement on Etsy, $12.99

Keep Calm and Sing Rocky Top Tennessee Volunteers Tumbler Cup on Etsy, $12.00

Tennessee Girl need....

University of Tennessee Vols V wood wreath by DivaWorkers on Etsy, $12.00

University of Tennessee Wine / Pilsner Glass. $13.00, via Etsy.

@Karina Walters Athletics Drink dispenser! #decor #vols

Tennessee Volunteers, Neyland Stadium, Knoxville......it is so cool to see that sea of orange and be there!

Neyland Stadium - Knoxville, TN

Tennessee Vols Football - Neyland Stadium - the Tennessee River side, where the Tennessee Vol Navy docks for the games

March 22, 2014: Dancing with the Knoxville Stars to benefit East Tennessee Children's Hospital is coming up and tickets are almost sold out! Don't miss out: buy your tickets online today at: http://tickets.etch.com/ and join us for a night of food and dancing at the Knoxville Expo Center this Saturday night.

Bald River Falls, Tennessee

University of Tennessee Volunteers - Tennessee’s Vol Navy outside of Neyland Stadium, on the Tennessee River, is one of two college football venues accessible by boat. Taking advantage of this in 1962 was ex-Volunteers broadcaster George Mooney, who piloted his runabout to Neyland. He inspired today’s “Vol Navy,” a flotilla of some 200 vessels tricked out with hot tubs and waterslides. Some fans go ashore to the game; others watch it on TV from their boats.

Tennessee’s Vol Navy Neyland Stadium, on the Tennessee River, is one of two college football venues accessible by boat. Taking advantage of this in 1962 was ex-Volunteers broadcaster George Mooney, who piloted his runabout to Neyland. He inspired today’s “Vol Navy,” a flotilla of some 200 vessels tricked out with hot tubs and waterslides. Some fans go ashore to the game; others watch it on TV from their boats.

Knoxville