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Jordan Smith meets with fans

First Posted: 10:33 am - October 28th, 2015

Photos by Nola Sizemore | Daily Enterprise Holding a recent edition of the Harlan Daily Enterprise that featured an article about Jordan Smith was Laurie Hollins, co-owner of Tasty Time Frozen Yogurt and Treats in Harlan. The shop hosted a “meet and greet” for fans of Jordan Smith who is a Harlan native and on this season’s “The Voice” on NBC. Smith autographed her copy of the newspaper. Smith won in the “knock-out round” of this week’s “The Voice” and will progress to the live shows next week. The Voice can be seen on Mondays at 8 p.m. on NBC.
A large crowd gathered at Tasty Time Frozen Yogurt and Treats, located on U.S. 421 in Harlan, during a “meet and greet” held in honor of Jordan Smith, a contestant on this season’s “The Voice” on NBC.
All smiles meeting Jordan Smith were from left: Emily Amburgey, 11 of Wallins, and her sister, Hannah, also 11. The girls are triplets with their sister Rachel, who didn’t want to be photographed. Smith, who won in Monday’s “knock-out rounds, will compete next week in the “live rounds.”
Waving people in for the “meet and greet” event held for singer Jordan Smith was Noah Busroe, mascot for Tasty Time Frozen Yogurt and Treats, in Harlan.
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Photos by Nola Sizemore | Daily Enterprise

Holding a recent edition of the Harlan Daily Enterprise that featured an article about Jordan Smith was Laurie Hollins, co-owner of Tasty Time Frozen Yogurt and Treats in Harlan. The shop hosted a “meet and greet” for fans of Jordan Smith who is a Harlan native and on this season’s “The Voice” on NBC. Smith autographed her copy of the newspaper. Smith won in the “knock-out round” of this week’s “The Voice” and will progress to the live shows next week. The Voice can be seen on Mondays at 8 p.m. on NBC.

A large crowd gathered at Tasty Time Frozen Yogurt and Treats, located on U.S. 421 in Harlan, during a “meet and greet” held in honor of Jordan Smith, a contestant on this season’s “The Voice” on NBC.

All smiles meeting Jordan Smith were from left: Emily Amburgey, 11 of Wallins, and her sister, Hannah, also 11. The girls are triplets with their sister Rachel, who didn’t want to be photographed. Smith, who won in Monday’s “knock-out rounds, will compete next week in the “live rounds.”

Waving people in for the “meet and greet” event held for singer Jordan Smith was Noah Busroe, mascot for Tasty Time Frozen Yogurt and Treats, in Harlan.

Photos by Nola Sizemore | Daily Enterprise Holding a recent edition of the Harlan Daily Enterprise that featured an article about Jordan Smith was Laurie Hollins, co-owner of Tasty Time Frozen Yogurt and Treats in Harlan. The shop hosted a “meet and greet” for fans of Jordan Smith who is a Harlan native and on this season’s “The Voice” on NBC. Smith autographed her copy of the newspaper. Smith won in the “knock-out round” of this week’s “The Voice” and will progress to the live shows next week. The Voice can be seen on Mondays at 8 p.m. on NBC.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Smith1.jpgPhotos by Nola Sizemore | Daily Enterprise Holding a recent edition of the Harlan Daily Enterprise that featured an article about Jordan Smith was Laurie Hollins, co-owner of Tasty Time Frozen Yogurt and Treats in Harlan. The shop hosted a “meet and greet” for fans of Jordan Smith who is a Harlan native and on this season’s “The Voice” on NBC. Smith autographed her copy of the newspaper. Smith won in the “knock-out round” of this week’s “The Voice” and will progress to the live shows next week. The Voice can be seen on Mondays at 8 p.m. on NBC.

A large crowd gathered at Tasty Time Frozen Yogurt and Treats, located on U.S. 421 in Harlan, during a “meet and greet” held in honor of Jordan Smith, a contestant on this season’s “The Voice” on NBC.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Smith2.jpgA large crowd gathered at Tasty Time Frozen Yogurt and Treats, located on U.S. 421 in Harlan, during a “meet and greet” held in honor of Jordan Smith, a contestant on this season’s “The Voice” on NBC.

All smiles meeting Jordan Smith were from left: Emily Amburgey, 11 of Wallins, and her sister, Hannah, also 11. The girls are triplets with their sister Rachel, who didn’t want to be photographed. Smith, who won in Monday’s “knock-out rounds, will compete next week in the “live rounds.”
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Smith-3.jpgAll smiles meeting Jordan Smith were from left: Emily Amburgey, 11 of Wallins, and her sister, Hannah, also 11. The girls are triplets with their sister Rachel, who didn’t want to be photographed. Smith, who won in Monday’s “knock-out rounds, will compete next week in the “live rounds.”

Waving people in for the “meet and greet” event held for singer Jordan Smith was Noah Busroe, mascot for Tasty Time Frozen Yogurt and Treats, in Harlan.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Smith4.jpgWaving people in for the “meet and greet” event held for singer Jordan Smith was Noah Busroe, mascot for Tasty Time Frozen Yogurt and Treats, in Harlan.
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