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The Fairfield Glade United Methodist Church on Westchester Dr. sponsored this year’s annual Fairfield Glade Fire Department Awards Banquet by providing both the facility and meal on Dec. 14. The fire department cannot express enough thanks to Pastor Jay Archer and especially  Nonnie Owens an…

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The year 2018 was a pivotal year for the library beginning with the establishment of a management board of volunteers after the retirement of founding director Evelyn Parziale. This followed with a procedural review, new initiatives and some firsts for the library. During the year, new shelv…

The Fairfield Glade Community Club Sewer Department is asking for help from all Fairfield Glade residents in reducing unnecessary, non-sanitary water entering the sanitary sewer system. The sewer department's goal is to operate and maintain the sanitary sewer system and wastewater treatment …

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The Fairfield Glade United Methodist Church on Westchester Dr. sponsored this year’s annual Fairfield Glade Fire Department Awards Banquet by providing both the facility and meal on Dec. 14. The fire department cannot express enough thanks to Pastor Jay Archer and especially  Nonnie Owens an…

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Home gardeners and growers across the state can now utilize a free resource for planting in 2019. The Tennessee Home Garden Vegetable Calendar has been developed by the UT Extension Fruit and Vegetable Workgroup to help users create a comprehensive plan for home vegetable gardens.

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This is a time of giving and receiving. The Fairfield Glade (FG) Hospice Auxiliary is thankful for donations received throughout the year along with some much appreciated year end giving. In turn, these generous donations are presented to Hospice of Cumberland County, a non-profit organizati…

A team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA), will arrive Jan. 14 to examine all aspects of the Fairfield Glade Police Department policy and procedures, management, operations and support services, Chief Michael Williams announced. Verif…

Fairfield Glade Garden Club members and guests are invited to attend the first meeting of the new year on Jan. 16 at Fairfield Glade Community Church, 521 Snead Drive. 

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The Cumberland Plateau Chapter 1015 Vietnam Veterans of America recently raised and donated $2,815 to the Bread of Life Rescue Mission for use in the rehab and construction project of a transitional homeless veterans house.

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So, if you are reading this column, it means one of two things:  either you are interested in information about nature, plants and animals; or you have nothing better to do on a cold January day and you are bored. Well, in either case, I have a possible adventure for you. Calling all nature lovers!

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What better way to ring in the holiday season than with a party? The Lady Mulligans did just that on Saturday, Dec. 15, at the Fairfield Glade library. About 35 members were there to partake of finger sandwiches, fruit, shrimp with cocktail sauce, potato salad and a beautiful marble cake dec…

Fairfield Glade Community Club (FGCC) Director of Finance Denise Dickinson submitted financial reports through November. FGCC financial reports for the period ending Nov. 30, 2018, are also available on the member website, www.fairfieldglade.cc.

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Fairfield Glade Community Club recreation department hosted Christmas ornament craft making and ugly sweater cookie decorating at the Community and Conference Center on Friday, Dec. 21. Residents and guests came and enjoyed the activities while watching Christmas films and specials to “Glade…

It’s that time again ... time for Art Circle Public Library’s adult reading club, that is. The club gives those older than 18 a chance to have their own reading showdown. Each title read and submitted is an entry into weekly prize drawings from Jan. 8-March 31. Those who miss the deadline ma…

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The 30th Annual Hospice Holiday Ball hosted by the Fairfield Glade Hospice Auxiliary (FGHA) was held on Sunday, Dec. 2, at Druid Hills Country Club. FGHA members and their husbands transformed the club into a festive and beautiful scene which was enjoyed by all guests at Legends for the enti…

The Fairfield Glade Community Club (FGCC) Board of Directors met on Thursday, Dec. 13, at the Fairfield Glade (FG) Multi-Purpose Building and, after having passed the 2019 budget, approved the new home requirements fee structure submitted by the architectural control committee (ACC) and seve…

It has been said that “the secret to a man's heart is through his stomach.” However, we have found that the pocketbook is also a very sensitive area. As a result, the Fairfield Glade Community Club Board has chosen to address all of these issues for both our men and our women.

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The Fairfield Glade Community Club (FGCC) Board of Directors met on Thursday, Dec. 13, in regular session and voted to pass the 2019 budget as presented in the public meeting on Nov. 15. The budget includes a $4 dues increase, an increase of $1 for golf rounds, as well as capital maintenance…

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Virginia Kramer was presented with a certificate of achievement on Dec. 9, for having been a member of the American Legion Auxiliary in good standing for 80 consecutive years. She celebrated her 96th birthday the  very next day.

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Let's talk about wild animals in your yard, why they are there and whether it is good, bad, scary or crazy. Trail cameras have given a lot of folks photos of what goes on in their backyard when they are not looking out the window or are sleeping. Without photo evidence, you might be surprise…

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The Cumberland County Habitat for Humanity Chili Open Golf Tournament will be held Saturday, Jan. 26, at noon on the Crag Course at Heatherhurst Country Club in Fairfield Glade (FG). This will be a 9-hole scramble with 2-person teams. The cost is $45 per person, with prizes and chili to be s…

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Fairfield Glade Lions Club Programs Director Natalie Stendardo presents a donation to Cumberland County Playhouse Director of Education Weslie Webster at their December meeting on Dec. 10.

The following are the financial standings of the Fairfield Glade Community Club as reported on Nov. 16, by FG Director of Finance Denise Dickinson through October. The balance sheets are available on the member website for viewing. 

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The war was waged for the benefit of Salvation Army in the spirit of Christmas as the Fairfield Glade Fire Department (FGFD) and Fairfield Glade Police Department (FGPD) each challenged the other to test their bell-ringing skills to see whose department could “ring” in the most donations for…

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A Cumberland County man has been charged in the traffic that killed a local woman and critically injured her husband in a head-on crash on Peavine Rd. Saturday.

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The two Knights of Columbus councils of Crossville, Saint Francis of Assisi Council 16088 and Saint Bernard Council 8152, sponsored a concert featuring Jeff Allen and the AC Drive Band at the Palace Theatre on Nov. 1. The purpose of the concert was to assist in fundraising to support the Hil…

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Fairfield Glade Police Department held their annual Awards Banquet on Friday, Dec. 7, in which honored guest and keynote speaker, Retired Army Brig. Gen. Fred Wong, addressed the subject of service to the community. 

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Challenge accepted! Fairfield Glade Fire Chief Bobby Smith and Fairfield Glade Police Chief Michael Williams have challenged each other’s bell ringing skills to see whose department can bring in the most donations at the Fairfield Glade Food City on Thursday, Dec. 13, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. C…

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The Community Club Board of Directors has over time created a number of advisory committees. Periodically, the Magnified will highlight one of those committees so that our members can have a better understanding of the functions of the various committees.

The following incidents have been documented by the Fairfield Glade Police Department for Nov. 25 through Dec. 1, 2018:

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Richard Nedabylek expanded his annual holiday light display this year to include almost 100,000 lights with more than an acre of decorations. The Fairfield Glade homeowner invites the community to drive by and enjoy the holiday display, which includes a special display for veterans. Lights w…

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Fairfield Glade Police Department (FGPD) held their annual awards breakfast banquet at Legends on Friday, Dec. 7, to honor those to give their all to the safety of the community. 

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Thanksgiving was only a couple of weeks ago and it got me thinking about living where we do, especially as it relates to nature. I have lived in six states and nowhere was the abundance and beauty of nature greater than it is here in Eastern Tennessee. See if you are thankful for some of the…

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When Sherry Sparks settled in Crossville earlier this year, the move brought her closer to family but left her feeling lonelier than ever.

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Be sure to mark your calendars for the upcoming Cumberland County High School and Fairfield Glade Garden Club poinsettia sale that starts the first week of December. 

The Fairfield Glade Hospice Auxiliary (FGHA) held a masterpiece bake sale at the Village Green Mall in Fairfield Glade on Monday, Nov. 19. The event was very successful under the direction of Pam Edwards. FGHA wishes to thank all those who came to visit with them and show their support for t…

The Roads & Bridges Department has requested that homeowners not place any type of Christmas decorations or any other items on any street sign posts or any other Club property. Monuments at the entrance to neighborhoods are ok, as the Club does not maintain these.

If you’re like me, we were always taught not to go into the woods during hunting season without wearing blaze orange (also called hunter’s orange). It seems each year during hunting season, we hear of someone being shot by a hunter because they are mistaken by someone for a deer. In some cas…

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