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A Time 4 Paws opens thrift store to support mission
A Time 4 Paws animal welfare organization celebrated the opening of its new retail thrift store at 1201 West Ave. recently, marking a huge milestone for this dedicated group of volunteers.
Ring in the new year with the Moonlighters
The Moonlighters Dance Club will be hosting a New Year’s Eve Dance Party at the Fairfield Glade Community and Conference Center.
Building better trails
Fairfield Glade residents Mike Durwald and Mark Richie recently completed a four-day trail building course resulting in their designation as Certified Master Trail Builders.
Board passes 2014 budget
On Nov. 21, the Fairfield Glade Community Club Board of Directors conducted the monthly meeting, unanimously passing the budget for 2014 without debate or dissenting comment from the floor.
Resident Services moves to new office space
After many months of searching, and with the help of many friends, a new home has been found for Fairfield Glade Resident Services (FGRS).
Playhouse Legends-Forty Years in the Making
There is a very special two-act show that will be presented at the Cumberland County Playhouse on the evening after Thanksgiving, Friday, Nov. 29. My friend Sara Senft is a longtime volunteer, usher and supporter of the Playhouse. She called because she is very excited about this show. It is the first that she has ever sponsored, along with Shadden Tire, and she thought Playhouse fans and longtime local residents needed to know about this unique performance.
Be careful with your hot ashes
Several times a year, particularly during the winter months, the Fairfield Glade Fire Services responds to fires that are caused by improper disposal of hot ashes from wood burning fireplaces.
Join the Big Band Dance Dec. 7
The 18-member Swing Street Big Band will help open the Fairfield Glade Christmas Season with a ballroom dance at the Community and Conference Center, Saturday, Dec. 7.
Original art on display at Crossville City Hall
After a brief absence because of the move to a new location, Cumberland Artisans for Creative Expression (CACE) is again coordinating a rotating schedule of original art and fine craft in the lobby of Crossville City Hall, 392 North Main St.
Scout Report: Rambling through insanity
Can you believe the year is almost over? I suppose it’s no wonder why time seems to go so fast – here it is Thanksgiving and the world is already skipping to Christmas. The time when we should be most thankful for what we have been given has been lost in the overreaching shadow of Black Friday.
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