|CHILDREN’S ART CLASSES OFFERED BY PLATEAU CREATIVE ARTS CENTER
The Art Guild at Fairfield Glade is offering summer art classes for children age 7 and up for summer time enjoyment. This program will continue each Wednesday from 1 pm – 3 pm through August 15. The class dates for the balance of the summer are July 25, August 1, August 8, and August 15.
Classes will be taught by Art Guild artists and will include such media as watercolors, pastels, pottery, acrylics, and others. The cost for each class will be $12 which includes all materials. No reservation is necessary.
Classes will be held at the Plateau Creative Arts Center, 451 Lakeview Drive (off Peavine), Fairfield Glade. For additional information call 931-707-7249.
The Art Guild at Fairfield Glade is a not-for-profit 501 ©(3) organization and an equal opportunity provider. Website: www.artguildfairfieldglade.net
PASTEL ART CLASS SCHEDULED
Pastel artist-instructor, Beverly Olin, will teach a Pastel Class at the Plateau Creative Arts Center, 451 Lakeview Drive (off Peavine), on August 2 from 10 a.m. – 12 noon. The cost for this class is $15 for members of the Art Guild and $20 for non-members. Register for this class or any of the art classes at the PCAC call 931-707-7249 for more information or to enroll and pay by credit card.
The Art Guild at Fairfield Glade is a not-for-profit 501 ©(3) organization and an equal opportunity provider. Website: www.artguildfairfieldglade.net
August FOL Meeting Will
Feature Boating Adventure
Did you know that it is possible to circumnavigate the Eastern half of the United States? In a relatively small boat? Ken and Brenda Bloomfield have done just that in a 50 foot cruiser! Their journey of over 6000 miles, called the Great Loop, started right here in Tennessee at Tellico Lake and continued on to Mobile Bay, Florida, the East Coast, the Hudson River, The Great Lakes and several rivers, including the Mississippi. Their boat is the Tellico Lady.
At the August 2 meeting of the Friends of the Art Circle Public Library they will share their adventures with us. It promises to be a fascinating experience. The meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. with refreshments and the program will begin at 10:00 a.m., followed by a business meeting. The public is cordially invited to join us and hear about this amazing journey. Their website is www.tellicolady.com.
ART GUILD HAPPENINGS PLATEAU CREATIVE ARTS CENTER
Open Studio – Every Monday in August. Visitors are welcome. No formal instruction but sharing of ideas and conversation with an Art Guild artist from 10 am – 2 pm. Supplies are available for most mediums for a small fee. Come and enjoy our studio space.
Life Drawing – The 2nd and 4th Mondays o0f each month from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. A live model will be available for artists to sketch. $5.00 for studio use.
Beading Open Studio – The 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month with Judi Moenck and Linda Farber from 10 am – 12 noon. Bring your project with or without problems. No formal instruction. No charge for members. $5.00 for non-members.
August 1 and August 8 – Children’s Classes Ages 7 and up – 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. – $12 per person.
August 2 -Pastel Class with Beverly Olin – 10 a.m. – 12 noon $15 for Art Guild members -$20 non-members.
August 2- Beading and Wirework with Judith Heath – 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. -$15 for members -$20 for non-members- Plus $20 for materials.
August 4 – Art Gallery Changeover – Theme “Weathered and Worn”.
August 7 – Funky Wire Art Jewelry – Smorgasbord Series with Linda Farber – 10 a.m. – 12 noon – $12 Materials included.
August 10 – Budget Sale -9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
August 11 – Budget Sale 9 a.m. – 12 noon
August 21 – Monthly Membership Meeting 9:30am – Visitors are welcome.
DIRECTIONS: Exit 322 off Interstate 40 – Peavine Road Exit – Go north on Peavine Road for about 6 miles – Lakeview Drive is on the right. The Art Gallery is located at 451 Lakeview Drive. Phone: 931-707-7249.
The Art Guild at Fairfield Glade is a not-for-profit 501 ©(3) organization and an equal opportunity provider. Website: www.artguildfairfieldglade.net Check us out on Facebook.
“What’s Up Zak?”
It’s that time again – Vacation Bible School in the Live at St. Alphonsus’ Liguori Hall.
Who was that heartless and greedy little man who climbed up a tree? To find out, you’ll have to come to St. Alphonsus’ Liguori Hall on Friday, August 3, at 7:00 P.M., or Saturday, August 4, at 11:00 A.M., which will be magically transformed into the once sinful city of Jericho, circa early A.D. That’s when the talented Youth Group of St. Alphonsus will present the toe-tapping, finger snapping production of “What’s Up Zak”?
Children are always delightfully entertaining and these kids will enthrall you even more than most. You will be captivated by them along with the music, dancing, the period costumes and authenticated props made by talented volunteers. Laughing and clapping is allowed because restraining anyone would be impossible. You’ll leave humming the tunes sung by the children and so skillfully played by Marian Sullivan, Crossville’s noted pianist.
Mark your calendars for either Friday, August 3, at 7:00 P.M., or Saturday, August 4, at 11:00 a.m. to see “What’s Up Zak”. The program is free of charge but donations will be accepted to help fund next year’s show.
Girl Scouts Offers Youth Program at Gun & Knife Show
August 4th, 2012
Is your daughter interested in pocketknives or the outdoors? Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee will offer unique and special youth program, Knots & Know How, on Saturday, August 4th at 3:30 p.m at the Cumberland County Gun & Knife Show. Taught by experienced Girl Scouts, the cost of the youth program is free. One hour of classroom instruction and hands on experiencewill take place in the Country Store at the Cumberland County Community Complex. At the end of the classroom instruction, the participants will take home knowledge and a lifetime of memories.
Girls and boys of all age groups are invited. Classes will start at 3:30 p.m. Any unfilled spaces will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. Pre-registration is strongly recommended by calling Rachel Moen, Regional Executive at the Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee at 931-526-4925. Parent volunteers are needed, so please indicate interest in this area.
Additional children’s activities will be available including DAISY BB shooting ranges, climbing walls, Tennessee National Guard shooting simulators, fire trucks, and activities provided by the Crossville Raceway and National Wild Turkey Federation. Informational material and instruction by the state winning Clay Crusher trap shooting team will be available.
Cumberland County will be hosting the second annual Gun & Knife Show on August 3rd -5th at the Cumberland County Complex at 1398 Livingston Road, Crossville, TN 38555. The event is being held to raise funds to promote programs for local kids in our area and to show off the Cumberland County Community Complex to residents and visitors. Entry fee is $5 for adults and $1 for children. Questions or special requests should contact Donnie Moody at 931-484-6431.
The Elks Lodge is cook ‘in again!
On August 3 the gang is offering a very generous portion of prime rib with au jus and horsy sauce plus your choice of baked or mashed potatoes, veggie and dessert all for $14 per person
Serving is from 5-7 P.M. So don’t’ wait, make your reservations now! Call the Lodge at 931-484-0150 between the hours of 12-9 P.M. Monday through Saturday.
The Elks Lodge is open to its members and guests. If you are 21 or over, an American citizen, believe in God and are interested in the Elks organization. Call the Lodge for more details at 931-484-0150.
Please keep in mind we have limited parking so if you can car pool that would be greatly appreciated.
We are located at 1145 Genesis Rd. which is about 1/2 mile south of I-40.
HEBBERTSBURG’S FIREFIGHTERS’ FUND RAISER!
Have you been planning to come to the Hebbertsburg Community Dinner-Dance ‘one-of-these-days’? This is a warning…there are only two opportunities left this year. The next one is…
SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 2012…Mark it on your calendar. It is the annual Hebbertsburg Fire Department’s FUND RAISER PICNIC and DANCE from 5 P.M. to 9 P.M. CST, at the Hebbertsburg Community Center.
The Hebbertsburg Fire Hall is a very important part of this little community, located miles from anywhere else. All the firefighters are local volunteers, who are dedicated to protecting their families, friends and neighbors in times of fires and other emergencies. The Fire Hall services all of the Hebbertsburg and Smith Mountain area. While they sometimes get a small grant from VEC, the bulk of their operating monies come from this annual Fund Raiser. There are always needs in the fire house – equipment must be kept up to date to insure the fire fighters can do their jobs promptly and safely.
So, what can you expect when you make the trek over the mountain to Hebbertsburg on Saturday, August 4?
FOOD…lots of good food starting at 5 P.M.: Hot dogs, sloppy Joes, pasta salad, slaw, soft drinks, and desserts. And cakewalks, don’t forget our ‘fun and famous’ cakewalks for only $1. Plus DANCING…and MUSIC! Music will be provided by The Tradewinds, featuring Oldies, Blues and Classic Country starting at 6 P.M. So, put on your comfortable ‘stompin’ shoes, grab your favorite partner, and come on down.
Admission is FREE. There will be a donation BOOT and all donations are greatly appreciated. The cost for a complete meal is only $6, or, you can buy individual snack-bar items.
Need directions? It’s a beautiful ten minute drive through rural Tennessee country. From the 4-Way-Stop on Peavine Road in FFG head north (away from I-40) for about 5 miles. You’ll go over the big bridge at Daddy’s Creek, past a small cemetery on the right, past the Hebbertsburg Fire Hall also on the right, and then to a Y in the road with a house in the center. Take the LEFT fork of the Y. The blue Community Center building is just a block down the road on the left.
Have questions or want to make a donation, call Tony – 931-265-0203.
AVALON IN NEED OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Every year about this time numerous individuals and agencies contact the Avalon Center to inquire about Avalon’s provision of school supplies, including backpacks, to school aged children. Avalon works not only with its own clients and their families but also with local schools in its service areas to help make these supplies available to low income students.
In Cumberland County about 18% of the households are below poverty level. Especially in these households, purchasing all that is listed on school supply lists can be a special challenge.
Avalon Center depends upon generous community minded citizens all year round for assistance with its programs to help victims of domestic and sexual abuse, both adults and children. Last year, Avalon made 224 youth targeted presentations, mainly in the schools in Avalon’s five county service areas, to about 9,000 individuals, most of them children. Topics for these presentations are age appropriate and include bullying prevention, stranger safety, gender respect and healthy dating behavior.
Your help with school supplies goes hand-in-hand with Avalon’s efforts in working with Cumberland County youth.
You may drop off supplies at the Avalon office at 100 Woodmere Mall, Suite 105 (Mon-Fri 8 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.) or the Second Chance Store in the Crossville Outlet Mall (Mon-Sat 9 A.M. – 4:15 P.M., Sunday 1 P.M. – 6 P.M.). For more information, please call 931-456-0747.
Cumberland County Piecemakers Quilt Guild
Due to the 127 Yard Sale, during the first week of August, there will be no Business Meeting for the Cumberland County Piecemakers Quilt Guild.
The Wednesday, August 15 Sew In and the Wednesday, September 19 Sew In will be “Come and Learn Stack ‘n Whack” with Lois Miller.
Please pre- register early for this class as there will be a supply list and instructions. For more information and pre-registrations, contact Wynnell Busch @ 931-456-2673.
The Kinseekers at Fairfield Glade will hold their monthly meeting on Thursday August 2, 1 P.M. at the Fairfield Glade Community Church, 521 Snead Dr, FFG. At the next meeting, we will have Gene Stone, Donna Fitzgerald and Joe discuss surname roots. All visitors are welcome to attend this meeting and all KINSEEKERS meetings. We meet the first THURSDAY of every month. Come join us! Any questions please feel free to contact Erin at 931-456-8367
Homesteads Apple Festival Seeks Artists, Craftsmen, and Authors
The Cumberland Homesteads Tower Association (CHTA) is seeking vendors for this year’s Apple Festival which will take place on September 22 and 23 on the grounds of the Tower Museum located at the junction of Highways 127 S and 68 just south of Crossville, Tn. This 2-day festival draws visitors from across the region and paid attendance is generally in the 7,000 range. In addition to the many vendors, the festival features live music, a variety of foods including beans and cornbread, BBQ pork, hotdogs and hamburgers, fried pies, and specialty items.
Outdoor spaces are 12 x 12 feet and cost $40 for the weekend. Author’s works must be original and craft items must be handmade by the exhibitor —resale items are not permitted. Those interested are invited to download an application from the CHTA website at http://www.cumberlandhomesteads.org/applefest.html or call 931- 456-5699 to obtain an application by mail. The deadline to submit an application is August 31.
“Plateau Photography Club Meeting”
The next meeting of the Plateau Photography Club will be on Thursday, July 26 at 1 P.M. at the Fairfield Glade Community Church. This month’s exercise is to look for texture, shadows and shapes using Black and White photos. Members will bring “shots to share” and we will discuss news, tricks and tips in the world of photography. We are a special interest group of the Plateau PC Users Group and potential new members and visitors are always welcome. For questions, call Jim Mansfield at 931-484-6920.”
Friday Fish Fry July 27, 2012
The Elks Lodge is serving their famous Fish Fry on July 27 from 4-7 P.M. For this all-inclusive price of $10 per person, you can enjoy “All-you-can-eat” fish and sides of coleslaw, French fries or baked potato and dessert. For the non-fish lover, we offer a single serving of a half baked chicken which includes all side dishes, children 8 years and younger half price.
The Elks Lodge is open to its members and guests and all male and females aged 21 and over, who are American citizens and believe in God. If you would like additional information about the Elks Lodge,
call the Lodge for more details at 931-484-0150. Please keep in mind we have limited parking so if you can car pool that would be greatly appreciated. .
We are located at 1145 Genesis Rd. which is about 1/2 mile south of I-40. Lodge hours are 12-9 P.M. Monday through Saturday.
Elks 10th Annual Veterans Benefit Picnic
It will be held on Saturday August 11, 2012
The Elks Lodge is having their 10th annual picnic for the benefit of Local and Hospitalized Veterans in Murfreesboro Tennessee.
The Picnic will be held on August 11, 2012 at Robin Hood park in Fairfield Glade from noon until 6 P.M. All public is invited.
We will be serving “all you can eat” hamburgers, hot dogs, coleslaw baked beans and potato salad for only $9 per person. Drinks are extra.
Music will be provided by Dennis & Sheree Long so come out and enjoy some great food, great music… but most important, you will be supporting our veterans.
See you there!
Meet & Greet with Lou Ann Zelenik scheduled
Come meet and greet Lou Ann Zelenik, the conservative businesswoman running for Congress in the 6th District, on Wednesday, July 18 from 4-6 P.M. at the St. George Marin in Fairfield Glade.
You will be able to ask questions and get straight answers from Zelenik, whose engineering background enabled her specialization in utility and road construction, her business for over 23 years.
Her common-sense business experience is the kind of background we need to address the out of control spending that is saddling our children, grandchildren and future generations with unsustainable amounts of debt.
The Republican Primary is the election for this position since there is no Democratic candidate.
The Republican Primary is August 2 and early voting is July 13-28.
Golf event slated
The United Fund of Cumberland County will hold its third Annual Golf Tournament on August 25 at Dorchester Golf Course.
The four-person scramble begins at 1:30 P.M. with a shot-gun start.
One of the unique features of this fun golf tournament is with the $240 entry fee you receive a Mulligan package which includes string, forward tee and a throw.
There are prizes for the top three teams and lots of door prizes. The afternoon concludes with a great hamburger cookout provided by partner agency the Cumberland County Rescue Squad.
Committee members for the event are: Mary Waldo, Charlie Iannucci, Earnie Brown, Bobby Kington and Randy Speich of CoLinx and Jason Sitton of First Bank Mortgage.
Last year the tournament raised $3,500 and this year the committee is hopeful even more money will be raised. For a donation of $50 you can be a Hole Sponsor or you may donate items to be given as door prizes.
This benefit golf tournament will enable the United Fund to provide much needed funds for 37 non-profits here within our community.
For more information please call Holly @ 931-484-4082.
Republican monthly meeting is tonight
The Cumberland County Republican Party will hold their regular monthly meeting on July 17th at 6 P.M. at the Community Complex Fairgrounds.
The featured speaker will be Sally Absher, State Executive Committeewoman form the 6th District in Knox Co. Sally is well-versed in the imminent danger that every American citizen faces if the United Nation’s Agenda 21 is implemented.
President Obama is fast-tracking this Agenda 21 idea of sharing all of America’s wealth, power, resources and industry with the rest of the world. What does this mean to us as American Citizens?
Come to their meeting and find out how George Soros and his money are on the verge of changing and transforming America to become part of a global government in which we share everything we have with the rest of the world thus we will no longer have control over our lives, our property, our businesses or the freedoms we enjoy.
Candidates for the upcoming election August 7th have been invited to speak. They include Lou Ann Zelenik, Diane Black, Cameron Sexton and Bob Corker.
Barns, Berries & Back Roads at FOL event
Do you have a sense of adventure? Do you enjoy curling up with a spellbinding thriller never wanting it to end because it’s that good? If so, you’ll want to join in on Wednesday, October 17, for a fun-filled day with Friends of the Art Circle Library — their first “spellbinding thriller” of a Mystery Tour.
Travel on board a deluxe motorcoach with snacks and goodies on board and a “Meat-and-Three” lunch to die for!
If they tell you anymore, you’ll probably guess where they are going, and there goes all the fun – right down the drain. What they can tell you, though, is to be comfortable and wear your walking shoes, although you won’t be doing much walking. It’s OK to bring your ballet slippers if you like. Or you can just take your shoes off when the time comes… maybe.
The group will be leaving pretty early in the morning, but we’ll get you back to Crossville no later than 6 to 6:30 P.M.
You’ll want to bring your camera along for this one.
The cost is $69 per person — $5 of which goes back to the “Friends of the Library,”
For reservations and details, please call Elaine Johnston at 931-484-8228.
Vacation Bible School set at St. Alphonsus’
Who was that heartless and greedy little man who climbed up a tree? To find out, you’ll have to come to St. Alphonsus’ Liguori Hall on Friday, August 3, at 7 P.M., or Saturday, August 4, at 11 A.M., which will be magically transformed into the once sinful city of Jericho, circa early A.D.
That’s when the talented Youth Group of St. Alphonsus will present the toe-tapping, finger snapping production of “What’s Up Zak”?
Children are always delightfully entertaining and these kids will enthrall you even more than most.
You will be captivated by them along with the music, dancing, the period costumes and authenticated props made by talented volunteers.
You’ll leave humming the tunes sung by the children and so skillfully played by Marian Sullivan, Crossville’s noted pianist.
Mark your calendars for either Friday, August 3, at 7 P.M., or Saturday, August 4, at 11 A.M. to see “What’s Up Zak”. The program is free of charge but donations will be accepted to help fund next year’s show.
Italian Grille hosts “Spay-Ghetti” dinner
Wags and Whiskers ~ Spay / Neuter advocates will again host a “Spay-Ghetti Dinner Month” at Genesis Italian Grille in Crossville.
For a $10 donation (in advance or $12 at the door), you will get their great spaghetti, meatballs, salad, bread and a drink.
Proceeds of this event will go to help local residents get their dogs or cats “fixed” (spayed / neutered). Wags and Whiskers assisted 1,286 of these surgeries in 2011 and over 650 so far this year.
These procedures directly reduce the number of unwanted cats and dogs in our community.
Tickets can be purchased at the Genesis Italian Grille, the ‘Duplicate’ store on the Crossville 4-lane next to Chuckles Drive and at the Bed and Biscuit Kennel off Peavine Rd. Fairfield Glade residents can call Bernie at 931-484-8643.
For more information about this event or Wags and Whiskers, visit their website at www.wawpr.org or call 931-788-2201.
Christian Counseling Center Continues Its anniversary celebration
Christian Counseling Center hopes you will continue to celebrate their 10-year anniversary with them as the Center and Ruby Tuesday of Crossville are offering a special coupon at its website: www.cccotp.org.
For August they invite you to print the coupon from the website and go to Ruby Tuesday’s on Friday, August 10. You may use your coupon for lunch or dinner, perhaps after a day of shopping! When you present this coupon to your server, Ruby Tuesday will give back 20% of your purchase to the Christian Counseling Center.
This can be done the remaining months in 2012 – just print another coupon each month and enjoy a great meal at Ruby Tuesdays on the 10th of the month!
And by the way – if you forget to bring a coupon, simply mention “Christian Counseling Center” to your server, and 20% of your purchase will go to the Center!
Christian Counseling Center of Cumberland County is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that provides counseling services by qualified professionals to residents of Cumberland County and the surrounding area. Fees are based on family size and income. The Center is supported by private donations, grants from Middle Tennessee Natural Gas Project Hometown Help, United Fund, Volunteer Electric Customers Share, and by gifts and donations from six local churches.
To make an appointment, call 931-707-8200.
Lifetime Learning Project holds Friday Classes
Friday’s classes are last but not least for the Lifetime Learning Project as Marilyn Garlick continues to bring “Snapshots of Interesting and Useful Information.”
Her classes begin Sept. 7 with a presentation by John Wigington “Hiking the Appalachian Trail”; Sept. 14 — David Shippert, Atty. “Basic Primer on Wills and Probate”; Sept. 21 — Ed LeGrand “Enjoying Tennessee Birds” ; and Sept. 28 — Susie Randleman, “Welcome to Crossville’s New Library.”
All classes are from 9 to 10 A.M. except David Shippert’s class which is 9 to 10:30 A.M.
Do you have a desire to learn to sketch? Make plans to attend “Basic Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain (pencil sketching)” by Larry Harrington. His classes will be Sept. 28, Oct. 5, 19, 26 from 9 to 10 A.M. Class limit: 20. Participants will need to purchase some supplies found listed in the Lifetime Learning Brochure available in the churches and various other locations.
Marilyn Garlick is offering a “Field Trip to Pioneer Hall Museum in Pleasant Hill” on Oct. 5 at 9 A.M. Class limit: 25. This 1887 building tells the story of the many facets of the community of Pleasant Hill. Participants are asked to meet at the museum.
If you have had a desire to begin “Stamping” or to broaden your knowledge of this art, then plan to take this class Sept. 21 or Oct. 5 from 1 to 3:30 P.M. where you will learn all levels and techniques of card-making. Take home three beautiful cards. Class limit:12. Extra fee: $5.
Don’t forget to mark your calendar for registration on Aug. 7 from 1 to 2 P.M. at the Community and Conference Center. Pick up your bright yellow brochure now and choose your classes.
Landscaping is top at Glade Garden Club
The Fairfield Glade Garden Club will be focusing on the art of Landscaping at this month’s meeting. Design Specialist “Woody” from Landscape Solutions will be sharing his expertise and providing design and technique tips in this area of garden construction.
The meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, July 18 from 9:30 A.M. to 11 A.M. (doors open at 9 A.M.) at the Fairfield Glade Community Church at 521 Snead.
They welcome anyone interested in gardening to attend our meetings which is regularly held on the third Wednesday of each month. If you are interested in joining, membership is only $15 per year.
For more information, contact Margaret Brant 931-484-9747.
Elks plan celebration
The Elks 10th Annual Veterans Benefit Picnic will be held on Saturday, August 11 from noon until 6 P.M. at Robin Hood Park in Fairfield Glade.
The Elks Lodge is having their 10th annual picnic for the benefit of Local and Hospitalized Veterans in Murfreesboro Tennessee. The public is invited.
They will be serving “all you can eat” hamburgers, hot dogs, coleslaw, baked beans and potato salad for only $9 per person. Drinks are extra.
Music will be provided by Dennis & Sheree Long so come out and enjoy some great food, great music … but most important, you will be supporting our veterans.
Taco Night on July 20
The Elks Lodge offers a Taco Night once a month, this month it falls on July 20 and will take place from 5 to 7 P.M.
You can enjoy two tacos made special by “Taco Bill” and his crew for $3. Yes you can order more than two! You can even call for take outs, just call ahead to give us time to get them ready.
The Elks lodge is open to all its members and their guests. If you are interested in the Elks Lodge and are 21 years and older, believe in God and an American citizen, call the Lodge for more details at 931-484-0150.
Please keep in mind they have limited parking so if you can car pool that would be greatly appreciated.
The Lodge is located at 1145 Genesis Rd. which is about 1/2 mile south of I-40. Lodge hours are 12 to 9 P.M., Monday through Saturday.
Youngsters can now join Glade Chess Club
The Chess Club of Fairfield Glade is now open to chess players under the age of 18 (they are no longer an adults only chess club).
Ther club members participate in open chess play every Wednesday evening at 6:30 P.M. in the Fireside Room at the Fairfield Glade Community Church at 521 Snead Drive, Fairfield Glade.
The chess club welcomes anyone that wants to play chess, learn chess strategy, tactics and improve their chess skills. Please contact NICO at 931-707-8542 for chess club information.
Chess Club members also participate in open chess matches ( non-club members are encouraged to challenge a club member to a game of chess ) at the Art Circle Library in Crossville [ 3 East Street ] the first and third Tuesday of each month from 2 P.M. to 4 P.M. Future scheduled dates are; July 17th, August 7th, August 21st, September 7th, and September 21st.
19th Annual Ohio Picnic set August 25
All former Ohio residents, spouses and guests, please mark the above date on your calendar and get ready for a day of fun. The 19th annual Ohio picnic is about ready to roll!
There will be a change of venue this year, as the St. George Marina Pavilion was already booked. The new location will be the Robinhood Park Pavilion.
The designated charity will again be the House of Hope.
The day will begin with the traditional golf scramble at Heatherhurst Golf Course. They have 10 tee times beginning at 8:57 A.M. on the Crag course. You can select your own team or they will do it for you.
Entry fee for the scramble will be $3 per person. (Add it to your picnic fee.) Pay your green fees at the pro shop on August 25. The picnic will begin at 4:30 P.M. with a BYOB social hour.
The committee will provide chips and pretzels for snacks. At 5:30 P.M. there will again be a catered meal. The meal and cost will be firmed up later and revealed in future announcements along with the registration form.
From 4:30 to approximately 7:30, they will have a variety of games and activities to keep busy.
Thursdays at the Amp!
Relax and enjoy music every Thursday evening from 6:30 to 8:30 P.M. at the Spirit Broadband Amphitheater. Refreshments available. Bring your blanket and lawnchairs.
Here’s the schedule of events:
July 19th – Short of Stable
— Local boys Cole Kemmer, Will Flynn and Austin Brickle playing alternative rock.
July 26th – Jack Melling Sounds of the Country, gotta end it with some good ol’ country
These are Downtown Crossville, Inc. events and for more information call – 931-787-1324.
The third annual MahJongg Tournament will be held on August 18, in the Multipurpose building at Fairfield Glade.
Cost is $25 for lunch and prizes. For more information call Jo Ann Strauss at 931-484-8939. It begins at 9 A.M.
Steak Fry slated
The Fellowship Baptist Church is hosting a Steak Fry featuring good food, music and fellowship, on Saturday, July 21 at 6 P.M.
The cost is $8 per person for the event to be held at 12 Westminster Ct. in the pavillion (weather permitting) or Fellowship Hall.
Please RSVP and pay by Wednesday, July 18.
Call 931-456-2525 Monday thru Friday between 9 A.M.and noon.
The menu includes an 8 oz. Ribeye, Baked potato, salad, bread, dessert & drinks. You will need your own plates and steak knives.
Golf outing scheduled
The Cumberland County Elks Lodge will hold it’s annual Golf Outing on July 19. The event will be at Deer Creek, with a shotgun start beginning at 8 A.M.
All proceeds go to sponsor Elks volunteer activities in Cumberland County. Gifts, prizes and a day of fun on the golf course will be capped off with an incredible dinner at the Elks Lodge.
Please call the Elks Lodge at 931-484-0150 or Terry Webb at 931-484-8544 to register or for further details.
The Cumberland County Community Band and Chorus will hold its second Annual Veterans Benefit Concert.
The concert will be Thursday November 8, at 7 P.M., at Stone Memorial High School. All donations received at the door will be benefit the Cumberland County Veterans Emergency Fund.
Save Date for New York Picnic in Sept.
The New York State picnic will be held on Sunday, September 9 from 1 P.M. to 4:30 P.M. at the St. George Marina Pavilion. Food, prizes, music, and a whole lot of fun!
Call Thomas Covino at 931-707-9314 or 931-335-6758.