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Fifth football challenge gears up to defeat hunger
This is the fifth year for the annual school-wide food drive to defeat hunger in Cumberland County and in the 18-county area that Second Harvest of East Tennessee covers in the state of Tennessee.
The Football Food Challenge is an annual food gathering event for over 20 East Tennessee high schools.
SCD announces stewardship poster contest
The Cumberland County Soil Conservation District (SCD) will be sponsoring a Soil and Water Stewardship Poster Contest for all students in Cumberland County for kindergarten through 12th grade.
- Pleasant Hill teachers CPR certified
- Breakfast Rotary presents scholarships
Business Club students ignite innovation
Cumberland County High School business students recently attended the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Leadership Institute and Conference in Anaheim, California. After winning second place in the state competition in the spring, upcoming junior Jacob Campbell competed with business students from across the country in the economics competition.
McClanahan awarded Holder scholarship
The Elmer Holder Memorial Scholarship is a $300 scholarship and is awarded annually to a Cumberland County student who is attending Tennessee Technological University and majoring in some field of agriculture.
Applications sought for Women's Club scholarship
The Upper Cumberland Women’s Club membership are women professionals, small business owners and retirees who meet every other month throughout the year at a variety of destinations across the Upper Cumberland region.
MG internship a rewarding experience
Landon Smith, Cumberland County Master Gardeners Association's 2013 intern, is nearly through his ten week summer program.
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