Final audition planned for talent show
Last auditions for Crossville’s Got Talent will be this Saturday, April 19, at 1 p.m. at the Fair Park Senior Center. The center is at 1433 Livingston Rd. It looks like another good show, so miss this one.
PLATEAU GARDENING: Cool-season lawn grass fertilization and soil tests
Recently, I got an inquiry about the right timing for homeowners who want to fertilize a cool-season lawn which has bare spots that need over-seeding. An email from a new resident in the Crossville area asked how to take a soil sample and where to have it tested. Since problems with the pH or fertility of the soil beneath can result in chronically thin grass with persistent bare places up top, testing the soil then correcting pH and fertility to match plant needs can be an important first step in maintaining your lawn.
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Season of fundraising begins
Spring is in full swing, and this mean there are a host of not-for-profit organizations in Crossville and Cumberland County hosting events over the next few weeks. The first event will begin this weekend with a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.
Investigative forensic science close to home
NCIS? CSI? Bones? All fictional! Here in East Tennessee, they have a real investigative forensic expert — Dr. Bill Bass.
Seniors honor Drasal for service
The 127 Senor Center members gathered Friday, April 4, with goodies and chit chat and welcomed some members who returned from their operations, winter excursions and other illness. The members played dominos and bingo, with Arlene Simmons calling the numbers.
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Plateau Gardening: Growing potatoes in small spaces and soil tests
An old wooden half whiskey barrel is my usual potato plot. One year I went all out with container gardening. Pots with herbs and veggies lined the sunny sidewalk leading to our front door. That year I grew potatoes in empty sacks that once held organic compost.
Pleasant Hill Ramblings: Pleasant Hill welcomes Equinox with Spring Fling
The Vernal Equinox in March was thoroughly welcomed at the “Spring Fling” held in the Pleasant Hill Community Church, United Church of Christ. Pastor Nayiri Karjian explained the spring customs in the Middle East.
Talent show for all ages
The Fair Park Senior Center is currently getting ready for its next big fundraiser. A lot of folks are signing up for the fourth annual Crossville’s Got Talent Show. Tickets are now on sale for the show, which will be Friday, April 25, at the Palace Theatre. Someone will be winning $300, $100 or $50.
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