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Oneida Mayor Jack E. Lay looks on as University of Tennessee women's basketball coach Holly Warlick addresses a crowd at the Boys & Girls Club of Scott County's annual Hall of Fame dinner Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013. (Independent Herald photo/Ben Garrett)

 

From Pat Summitt — "She's doing great" — to her upbringing to expectations for the upcoming season, University of Tennessee women's basketball coach Holly Warlick left hardly a subject uncovered during her address to a near-capacity crowd at the Boys & Girls Club of Scott County Tuesday evening.

Speaking at the club's annual Hall of Fame Dinner, which saw 10 new members inducted, Warlick had a message for the youth of the Boys & Girls Club as well as the adults who oversee it.

Warlick said kids should constantly be encouraged to achieve their goals.

"How do you achieve your goals? Someone along the way has to help you," she said. "That's what this facility does. It helps them achieve their goals."

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