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Heads side of the Priscilla Gary Hustle Award Coin which is given each year to the player who most demonstrates the hustle Sweeney exemplified.
Priscilla Gary Hustle Award Coin
6/26/2017 12:09:00 PM
Tails side of the Priscilla Gary Hustle Award which is given each year to the player who most demonstrates the hustle Sweeney exemplified.
Priscilla Gary Hustle Award Coin
6/26/2017 12:09:00 PM
Sweeney’s Number 10 is retired.
Number 10 retired
6/26/2017 12:09:00 PM
(Left) Sweeney's team portrait. (Right) Priscilla Gary Sweeney using her 40-inch vertical leap to score two of her 1,169 career points.
Sweeney team Portrait
6/26/2017 12:08:00 PM
Memphis District Best Place to Work
Best Place to Work
5/17/2017 5:21:00 PM
Mary Tiedgen shares information and photos about her grandfather, Capt. J.W. Rouse, with Andrea Williams, Ensley Engineer Yard Plant Section chief.
Tiedgen
5/16/2017 3:43:00 PM
The Rouse after fully recovered.

In 2008, the Rouse sank and was almost lost. 
On Sunday morning, July 20, a security guard noticed that one end of the Rouse’s deck was sinking and alerted District employees. Crew arrived to find the west wall completely submerged. Initially, the crew raised the sinking end, but the dock sank again. The sinking was caused by two leaking valves that allowed water to enter the dock.

In October 2008, the Memphis District partnered with the Nashville District’s Dive Team in an effort to recover the Rouse. The dive team made repairs with the help of EEY technicians who fabricated special parts needed to raise the Rouse.
Rocovered Rouse
5/16/2017 3:43:00 PM
A diver descends into the Mississippi River as part of the Rouse recovery mission.

In 2008, the Rouse sank and was almost lost. 
On Sunday morning, July 20, a security guard noticed that one end of the Rouse’s deck was sinking and alerted District employees. Crew arrived to find the west wall completely submerged. Initially, the crew raised the sinking end, but the dock sank again. The sinking was caused by two leaking valves that allowed water to enter the dock.

In October 2008, the Memphis District partnered with the Nashville District’s Dive Team in an effort to recover the Rouse. The dive team made repairs with the help of EEY technicians who fabricated special parts needed to raise the Rouse.
Diver
5/16/2017 3:43:00 PM
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