Knoxville News Sentinel
04 October 2016
By John Shearer of the Knoxville News Sentinel

GREENBACK — A building off Black Road near U.S. Highway 411 will eventually become a place for injured Navy veteran Jessica Callihan to enjoy the quiet activity of art, but it echoed with noise Friday.

Rebuilding Together Knoxville and Scripps Networks Interactive employee volunteers Bridget Clearly, right, and Sarah Cheatham, work to build an art studio and ramp for Jessica Callihan, at her home in Greenback on Friday, Sept. 30, 2016. A Navy veteran who was injured during her service, Callihan had 10 surgeries and is now living with chronic regional pain syndrome. (AMY SMOTHERMAN BURGESS/NEWS SENTINEL)About 25 volunteers from Scripps Networks Interactive in Knoxville were on hand helping Rebuilding Together and some contractors build the studio and a ramp that connects to Callihan's log-style home as part of Scripps' National Volunteer Day.

Among the volunteers was Scripps employee Bridget Cleary.

"It's just such a great way to get out and help people in the community and also work with your co-workers," she said.

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