Vista Gatherings – May 30, 2017

FOCCAS to present movie at Rocky Top 10

Focus on Cumberland County Animal Shelter (FOCCAS)  has partnered with Rocky Top 10 Cinema for a special showing of the movie, Megan Leavey on Saturday, June 10th at 10 A.M.

Tickets are only $5 and all proceeds will go to help FOCCAS build a new intake and quarantine building for the Cumberland County animal shelter. Tickets are on sell, in advance, at Dr. Mark Hendrixson’s office or on line at foccas-tn.org.

The movie is based on a true-life story of a young Marine Corporal is assigned to clean up the K-9 unit after a disciplinary hearing, she identifies with a particularly aggressive dog, Rex, and is given a chance to train him.

Megan and Rex complete more than 100 missions, but an IED explosion injuries them and puts their fate in jeopardy.   It is rated PG13.

Fairfield Glade Hospice Auxiliary meets, awaits Butterfly Release

The next Fairfield Glade Hospice meeting will be held Monday June 5th at Saint Francis of Assisi Catholic Church Hall, 7503 Peavine Road.  A brief social time will begin at 2:30 P.M. and the meeting will be called to order at 3 P.M.

Members will be discussing the upcoming “Celebration of Life” BUTTERFLY RELEASE to be held on 6/10/17 on the Courthouse lawn and gazebo in Downtown Crossville between 9 and 1 A.M.

This is an uplifting, joyful experience in remembrance of those we have loved and lost.  It includes a reading of the names we are celebrating, a butterfly blessing, special music, commemorative readings and the release of live butterflies in memory of the individuals to be memorialized or honored. (Bring a lawn chair if you plan to attend.)

Jay Fox will be providing entertainment.

In addition, we will be going over the details for our Masquarade Jewelry Sale to be held on July 6,  at the Conference Center, our Just for Kicks Raffle in August and our October 6th Fashions & Faces of Fall Fashion Show.  Lot of exciting Events coming up!

They always encourage our members to extend an invitation to neighbors and friends to learn about our auxiliary and how they can serve in support of Cumberland House.

If you are interested in being a guest or bringing a guest, please contact Jo Templin 931-484-4182 or Linda Frazier 931-210-7603 co- membership chairmen.

All monies raised be Fairfield Glade Hospice Auxiliary are used to support the ongoing operation of Cumberland House, a six bed end of life facility which accommodates all persons without consideration of their ability to pay.  Please join us in support of this worthy cause.  There are opportunities suited for everyone.

Marathon Pinochle Picnic set for June 10 

The Marathon Pinochle Club will meet for its annual end-of-season picnic at Fairfield Glade Community Church (521 Snead Dr.), including an option final tournament.

A picnic lunch, being catered by Glader Judy Kenyon ,and featuring usual picnic lunch fare, will be sure to please. The cost is $10, which includes lunch, soft drinks, and a donation for use of the dining room.

The doors will open at 2 P.M., with food served between 3 and 3:30. The tournament will begin soon after 2.

Cost is $1 per person, with prizes for top scorers. Participation is not required, but IS open to members, spouses, friends,  interested potential members, and of course,  former members are invited to renew acquaintances.

A brief meeting, distribution of 2016-2017 season winnings, and completion of the tournament will follow lunch.

Please send enrollment information to Laurie Kreskoviak, at 24 Belvedere  Ln, FFG. Include names, phone number, number of attendees, and number participating in the tournament .

Remember to notify Laurie of your interest by June 5, so we can have an accurate count for the caterer. Send payment to arrive by June 9.

Any questions, call Laurie at 931-484-2123, or John Moritz at 931-456-2290.

We hope to have a good crowd, but members who can’t make it will need to arrange with Laurie to pick up final winnings at her home.

Volunteer Coin Club to Meet June 13

The Volunteer Coin Club of Crossville will hold their regular  meeting on  Tuesday,  at 6:30 pm June 13.  The meetings are held at the 127 Senior Center located at 1460 South Main Street (Highway 127 South).  Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month.

Visitors and guests are welcome.  Contact Mike Puhl (456-0397) or Franc Conner (337-1247) for information.

Republican women meet

The Cumberland County Republican Women’s Club will hold a meeting on June 1 at 5:30 P.M.at the Republican Headquarters at 539 West Ave., Suite 103, Crossville, Tenn. 38555.

Everyone is encouraged to attend as we will be evaluating our food sales for the year and future plans including a possible picnic in the fall  for  Republican Party members.

If you are a conservative lady interested in joining a group of women who participate in community affairs and political elections in order to make Crossville a better place to be, come join us and see if this is a group you would like to become a part of.See you there!

CPR class offered

There will be a BLS (Healthcare Provider) CPR class on Saturday, June 3rd, at 9 A.M. at Small Biz Staffing (behind Long John Silvers & across from Regions Bank in downtown Crossville).

The cost will be $35 per person & must be paid when signing up for the class.  This CPR class can be taken by anyone, it is not only for healthcare providers.

Reagan Day dinner set

The Cumberland County Republican Party will hold their Reagan Day Dinner on Saturday, June 3rd with doors opening at 5:30 P.M.

Their guest speaker will be Dr. Mark Green, former Army Ranger and the man who helped capture Saddam Hussein. Dr. Green is an inspirational speaker with many experiences gained through his Army career and shares some of those events with us. He is also considering a run for Governor of Tennessee, so come out and meet this exceptional man.

Tickets are $30 each or $200 for a table of 8. For tickets call 931-456-4414- or 931-248-6998 or 931-265-4491.

Photo Editing Workshop meeting on June 8

The photo workshop group will meet Thursday, June 8th, at 1 P.M. for its regular monthly meeting at the Fairfield Glade Library Lower Level Room C.

This month’s topic will be a discussion of the features of Photo Editing software applications and will include a new feature, “Ask the experts”.  If you have a photo editing question, bring it to the meeting and “ask the experts”.

A work project will be assigned if you want to try to work on some editing assignments.  Nonmembers are  invited to attend for a $3 fee, which entitles you to attend not only the workshop, but also the PC users club and Photography June meetings.

If you have questions or would like the project information sent to you, email the questions or project request to [email protected]

Kinseekers share simple approach to DNA

The Kinseekers will meet again on Thursday, June 1, from 1 to 3 P.M. (CT) in the Fellowship Hall of the Fairfield Glade Community Church, 521 Snead Drive in Fairfield Glade.

Their guest speaker, Sherri Manker, will give a Power Point presentation about the connection between DNA, the tests available, what they mean and how they relate to genealogy research. Sherri will take us step-by-step through the process that has worked for her while doing her own family research.

You do not need to be involved in genealogy to attend, please just come as our guest. If after visiting with us, you decide to become a Kinseeker, our yearly dues are only $10. Park in the Sanctuary-side parking lot and use that side door.

The group’s May meeting was fantastic! Their own Chris Sikorski and Donna Fitzgerald discussed the ‘Do’s and Don’t’s of a Genealogy Research Trip to Salt Lake City, Utah. They have made the trek to the LDS Family History Library several times, and their Power Point presentation was professional quality.

They explained the layout of the library, which levels contain which countries’ information, which hotels and restaurants are located nearby and much, much more.

Have questions?

Email: [email protected]

Hebbertsburg Dinner/Dance set for June 3

The Hebbertsburg Community Center Dinner/Dance will be held in Hebbertsburg on Saturday, June 3.

The doors open at 4:30 P.M., food is served starting at 5 and the band plays from 5:30 to 8:30 P.M. (Come early, the building capacity fills up quickly.)  This is family fun at its best.

The music is provided by the very talented and very versatile City Lites Band, with Marty Gibson, guitar and lead singer, Flavie Miller, also guitar and vocals. Wade England on the drums and Glen Holverson and his saxophones.

The food is prepared in the Community Center’s kitchen by our own Hebbertsburg ladies, giving you a choice of either spaghetti and meat sauce with cheese and bread, or a BBQ sandwich with chips; both served with your choice of coffee, tea, water or a variety of soft drinks, ll for just $7.  Additional drinks or a dessert are only $1 each. The meal desserts as well as the delicious cakes for our Fun ‘N Famous Cakewalk are also made and donated by local volunteers.

Admission for children 16 and under is free, while adults are asked for a $4 donation at the door.  All the Community Center’s workers are volunteers and all monies collected go to reimburse the band and for maintenance and upkeep of the Community Center.

From the 4-Way-Stop on Peavine Road in Fairfield Glade, go North (away from I-40) approximately 5 miles, following the signs, to the Y in the road with the stone house in the middle.  Take the left fork of the Y and go about a city block to the blue Community Center building on the left.  Questions?  Call Carolyn at 931-707-7837.

Neighbors group to meet on May 25

Neighbors and Newcomer’s will meet May 25th at the Cumberland County Fairgrounds.  Doors open at 10:45 A.M. for socializing and browsing the books and crafts section.

The meeting starts at 11:30 A.M. with lunch being served at Noon.  Forte’s will be catering: Chicken on the Square, vegetable medley, rolls, dessert, tea, coffee and water.

Heart Smart meals are available IF you request them with your reservation.  Price of lunch is $14 per person. If you don’t come to the meeting and did not cancel you will still be responsible for payment.

Gus Gocella will be entertaining, as well as bringing all up to date on Honor Air Knoxville.

After the program they will have installation of Officers and Committee members for the coming year which starts in Sept.

If you have not attended our Club in the past, or it has just been awhile, they hope you will join them for this meeting.  Come once as a Newcomer and return in Sept. as a Neighbor.

You may also pay your dues for the coming year on the 25th.  Annual Dues are $13.  Please have separate checks for dues and luncheon.

To make your reservation please call Pat at 931-210-3742.  Festival Chorale of  Presents “Sacred Places”

The Festival Chorale of Fairfield Glade, with special guests choirs, will present “Sacred Places”, this beautiful choral worship experience, on Friday, June 2 at 7 P.M. at Fairfield Glade Community Church (521 Snead Drive, Fairfield Glade).

This is a family friendly experience. Please contact Brian Bacon, Artistic Director/Conductor, at [email protected] or 931-337-7050 for more information.

Ecumenical Luncheon

Diane Green (recording artist, speaker and dramatist) will present  “Never Thirst Again”  when the Fairfield Glade UMW host the Ecumenical Luncheon on Wednesday, June 14.

All women of the churches in Fairfield Glade are invited to attend; feel free to invite a friend or neighbor who attends a church in Fairfield Glade and may not hear of this event.

Registration is 10 A.M. with the program at 10:30 A.M. Lunch will follow at 11:30.

The location will be the Fairfield Glade United Methodist Church, 231 Westchester Dr.

Cost of the luncheon: $12. Each church is asked to have a designated person to collect all monies with names; then make one check out to FFG UMW and send it, along with the names, to Magdelena Horstkotte, 25 Hemlock Ct., FFG, TN 38558 no later than Monday, June 5.

For any further information contact Karen at 707-7810.

Free Depression screenings available

Did you know that depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide? Did you know that depression can shorten you life? Did you know that depression may be as big a cause of cardiovascular disease as smoking, obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure or high cholesterol combined? In the US, 14.8 million people will suffer from depression in a given year.

Anyone can become depressed. Adults of all ages, teens, even children. Depression is not just feeling a little blue. And it’s not about willpower.

Christian Counseling Center wants to help change that for all area citizens, regardless of age or situation. So, in recognition of May being National Mental Health Month, The Christian Counseling Center is offering FREE Depression Screenings, through May 31. Call 931-707-8200 Monday through Friday from 9 A.M. through 5 P.M. to set up an appointment.

If you think you know someone who might be depressed, tell them about this Free Screening. Screening can be the first step to getting help.

Screenings are easy and confidential. The first step is calling Christian Counseling Center at 931-707-8200 to make your 45 minute appointment. At the appointment, you will fill out a 12 question questionnaire and meet with one of our trained professionals to discuss the results and help you decide on the next step.

If you choose to do so, the counselor you meet with can provide treatment for depression. Christian Counseling Center provides affordable, professional counseling for all ages as well as marriage counseling.

CWC hosts Luncheon

The next CWC luncheon will be on June 15, 2017 at the Discovery Center on Peavine Road.

The speaker and special feature will be Cindy Leihkauff of Farmington, TN. Cindy is a former classroom and music teacher, storyteller, singer and actor.

For more information or to make reservations, you can email [email protected] or call Carolyn at 931-484-9556.

Beware of this Scam

The Tennessee Senior Medicare Patrol has received several reports of Medicare beneficiaries receiving postcards in different colors from The Joint and Back Institute with special notices concerning Medicare and Insurance Covered Back and Knee Support systems.

They ask beneficiaries NOT to call the number listed on the postcard and advise that you talk to your doctor first. According to Medicare Guidelines, Medicare only covers back and Knee braces that are deemed medically necessary.

Fraudsters are hoping to get your Medicare number so they can bill Medicare part B for equipment you did not receive, or bill for more expensive braces or knee support systems.

If you received such postcard as seen below, please report them to the Tennessee Senior Medicare Patrol at the toll-free number at 1-866-836-7677.

Fun, socializing, dancing

Whether you are new to the area or have just never thought of joining a dance club, New Generation Dance Club may be the fun opportunity for you.

Events begin with a social hour at 5:30 P.M.  Dinner and dancing start at 6:30 P.M. and continue until 9 P.M.

For more information about our club or attending as a guest of the club, please contact Evelyne Kornreich at 931-287-0097 or email us at [email protected] . Come try us out and have fun doing so!

Program for Seniors

UCHRA would like to invite anyone 55 years or older who meets the eligibility guidelines to be a part of our Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP).  This program provides on-the-job training for older individuals seeking gainful employment in the Upper Cumberland region.

This training is 20 hours per week at the current minimum wage with government and non-profit agencies.

If you have any questions or would like to see if you are eligible, please call (931) 520-9624 or come by the UCHRA Central Office located at 580 S. Jefferson, Suite B, Cookeville TN 38501.

Applications taken

Cumberland County United Fund 2018 Grant Funding applications, for 501 C 3 non-profits that provide services and programs to people in Cumberland County, are now available on-line by emailing, [email protected] or calling, 931-484-4082.

Deadline for completed applications will be on March 23rd at Noon. Our location is 348 Taylor St. Crossville TN, 38555.

UCHRA program invite

UCHRA would like to invite anyone 55 years or older who meets the eligibility guidelines to be a part of our Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP).

This program provides on-the-job training for older individuals seeking gainful employment in the Upper Cumberland region.

If you have any questions please call (931) 520-9624  or come by the UCHRA Central Office in Cookeville located at 580 S. Jefferson, Suite B, Cookeville.