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CCHS, SMHS split freshmen/ sophomore games Monday
The Cumberland County freshmen basketball teams split a pair of games with Stone Memorial's freshmen/sophomore teams Monday night at CCHS, as the Lady Jets defeated SMHS 57-33, while the Panthers were victorious 56-40.
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- Elementary games dodged inclement weather
- SMHS basketball games postponed
- Jet wrestling team got off to a turbulent start
- CCHS, SMHS split freshmen/ sophomore games Monday
Adults will enjoy taking a break from the holiday events and learning to use pastels with Ralph Hofknecht at the Shanks Center for the Arts during December.
Adult classes available for the holiday season
Adults wanting to take a break from the holiday rush are invited to sit down and take a drawing class with Ralph Hofknecht at the Shanks Center for the Arts. Designed especially for beginning adults, Hofknecht has arranged a Christmas still life and will instruct in the technique of using colorful pastels.
- Seniors to see ‘The Living Tree’
- Nearly 100 come out for community dinner
- A Time 4 Paws celebrates opening of new thrift store
- Enjoy the spirit of the season with Lucas and Friends
- Adult classes available for the holiday season
LION AND THE LAMB: The life journey of a troublemaker
When Nelson Mandela was born into a Xhosa family in South Africa in 1918, he was given the name "Rolihlahla," a term meaning "Troublemaker." Later, when his mother sent him to a local Methodist mission school, his teacher gave him the English forename of "Nelson." Mandela later commented that he had inherited his father's "proud rebelliousness" and "stubborn sense of fairness."
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'A Time for Christmas' takes the stage Dec. 11
In the twinkling of an eye, the Christmas season has again appeared. And with it, a long-standing community tradition: the Hilltoppers, Inc. annual Christmas spectacular at the Palace Theatre. This year’s gala, “A Time for Christmas," takes place this coming Wednesday, Dec. 11, at 10 a.m.
- Knoxville Pipe and Drums to make special appearance in Crossville Christmas Parade
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- TTU Tuba Ensemble to perform at Palace
- Fairfield Big Band dance includes holiday classics
- 'A Time for Christmas' takes the stage Dec. 11