The FFG Lions Club honors Cumberland County High School senior Cemre Chadwick as October “Student of the Month.” Her Counselor, Leslie Eldridge, selected Cemre to receive one of the monthly awards because of her grades, school and outside activities.
Ms. Chadwick is a member of the Interact Club at school, does a large amount of community service, and works in the school front office where she enjoys contact with people every day. Her other activities include heavy involvement with her church youth group where she carries out a variety of different services. She has experienced a mission trip to Peru that helped fulfill her passion of helping others. Her hobbies include playing the ukulele, painting and drawing.
Cemre has not yet selected a specific college for her advanced education. Her desire is to obtain degrees in business management and human resources before gaining a degree in interior design. Her major goal is to eventually own an interior design business some day.
Cemre Chadwick becomes the third student named so far this school year by the Fairfield Glade (FFG) Lions Club as “Student of the Month.” There will be four students from CCHS, four from SMHS plus two from the Phoenix School to receive the honor during the 2012-'13 school year.
All 10 students and their parents will be invited to attend a special Lions Club dinner in May 2013 to recognize their achievement. An engraved plaque with their name and special month will be presented after a brief introduction to the assembled Lions Club members.
The 10 “Student of the Month” winners will have the opportunity to apply for the FFG Lions Club Scholarship Fund of $6,000. This fund was established to help them continue into their higher education life.
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‘An Evening of Expression’ has RSCC students talking
Roane State Community College faculty take pride in developing well educated students. To that end, Fran Kinnunen, Assistant Professor of Speech, and Ann Berry, Director the Cumberland County Learning Center, developed and sponsored a program of public speaking for the students to perform some of their best original works from both their speech and English composition classes. The works presented included poetry, short stories, and speeches, and the students who shared their creations included Roane State students of all ages.
FFG Blood Drive set for May 2
Come on out to the FFG United Methodist Church on Friday, May 2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for our next FFG Blood Drive.
Holocaust survivor to speak at April 29 Rotary Club meeting
Local residents are invited to attend the April 29 meeting of the Fairfield Glade Rotary Club where Arthur Pais will talk about his childhood experience as a Lithuanian Jew who was sent to the Dachau Concentration Camp in Germany during World War II.
Change in schedule due to rainout for Fairfield Glade Hiking Group
Due to the rain on April 4, we have rescheduled that hike and are going to do the Old Stone Fort hike on Friday, April 25.
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Dartmoor yields lots of bass
The Fairfield Glade Bass Club recently held its third tournament of the year on Lake Dartmoor. Thirty-six fishermen participated and a total of 159 bass were caught and released.
Magical Bourbon St. event comes to FFG
Laissez les bon temps rouler ("let the good times roll!"). New Orleans’ Bourbon St. and its colorful French Quarter are coming to Fairfield Glade for one magical Meet Me on Bourbon Street event. This entertaining Art Guild fundraiser will be Saturday, May 10, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m., at Fairfield Glade's Conference Center on Stonehenge Dr.
Alena Slone selected as April Student of the Month
Stone Memorial High School senior Alena Slone has been declared “Student of the Month” for April 2014 by the Fairfield Glade Lions Club. SMHS Counselor Andrea Simmons selected Alena for the honor because of her grades and activities in and out of school.
Storytelling guilds come together for free event
The Cumberland Mountain Storytelling Guild (CMSG) located in Crossville and the Cleveland Tennessee Storytelling Guild will come together to share stories Sunday, April 27, at the 127 South Senior Center. Stories will begin promptly at 2 p.m., and admission is free.
Fairfield Glade Council of Churches to celebrate National Day of Prayer
Thursday, May 1 marks the 63rd annual National Day of Prayer. The theme this year is "One Voice, United in Prayer!"
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