Jones, members, sing old favorites
The senior citizens of 127 South met July 11 for conversation and the usual bingo and Mexican Train domino game. Arlene Simmons called the bingo numbers, and Bob Folger of State Farm Insurance furnished the prizes.
- Marriage licenses (Published July 16, 2014)
Seniors complete police academy
Fair Park Senior Center would like to thank local law enforcement. As busy as the officers are, they are always willing to take the time for the Fair Park Seniors. Over the last four years, both city and county have both conducted numerous educational classes for the Senior Police Academy, hosted by the Fair Park Senior Center.
June, July worst for tick bites in Tennessee
Ticks can transmit bacterial, viral and parasitic illnesses. There are reported cases of both human and canine Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF) and Human Monocytic Ehrlichiosis (HME) in our state. Diagnosis and prescribed drugs are based on both symptoms and possible exposure to a specific tick species.
Pleasant Hill Ramblings: Dwengers renew vows after 50 years of marriage
The day was glorious, the Pleasant Hill Community Church, UCC was packed, three ministers officiated as Mayor Al Dwenger and his wife, Jackie, renewed the pledges to each other they had made 50 years ago.
Tootsie Roll Drive benefits local charities
The Knights of Columbus Council 8152 in Crossville is preparing for its annual MR Drive (known as the Tootsie Roll Drive) beginning Friday July 25. The proceeds assist local charities Hilltoppers, NAMI and the ARC. The MR Drive is conducted annually at Knights of Columbus councils throughout the United States and Canada and is a very active demonstration of the first principal of our order, which is charity.
Celebrating the Fourth of July
A big round of applause goes to all the children and parents who came out for the Crab-Orchard Chapter of the DAR's annual Fourth of July children’s parade.
LTEC completes year of fundraising, gifting
Members of the Lake Tansi Exchange Club have been busy during their club year, which ended June 30, raising money through a variety of projects and events. In turn, the funds raised are utilized to further the principal focus of the Exchange Club — to support organizations involved in the prevention of child abuse in Cumberland County, as well as funding other worthy community outreach projects.
- Marriage licenses (Published July 9, 2014)
You could be the next Ms. Senior Cumberland County
Sue Malone was surprised at the unexpected honor she received at the Ms. Senior Tennessee Pageant which was held in Lebanon, TN, but no one else was. She was awarded the prestigious Ms. Senior Universe at the Ms. Senior Tennessee Pageant.
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