FFG DOG PARK 3rd ANNUAL FUR BALL
Saturday, November 10, 6 – 10 P.M.
Multipurpose Building on Lakeview
Come join us for an evening of entertainment,
contests, games and dancing.
Snacks and dessert provided.
BYOB – setups provided
Tickets are $15 per person.
For tickets, call Anne at 931-787-2192
Unlocking Revelation Seminar will be held 6:30-8 P.M., beginning Friday October 19 running nightly through the 27th at the County Fairground (no meeting on Wednesday the 24th). Learn a scholarly approach to understanding the many symbols and events in Revelation. You will be surprised how much can be understood from this mysterious book. Free child care, materials, and absolutely no cost or obligation. Try it one night and if you like it come again. Questions? Call 931-787-6576.
Neighbors and Newcomers October Meeting
The October 25 Neighbors and Newcomers meeting will be held at the Fairfield Glade Methodist Church on Westchester Rd. Forte’s will be catering the meal. Dr. Op Walker will tell Ghost Stories to put us in the mood for Halloween. A collection of monetary donations will be taken for the purpose of purchasing turkeys for local families in need.
Reservations can be made by calling Robbie Corbin at 931-456-2790 or Barb Fenency at 931-707-8121, please leave a message if no answer. Reservations can also be made via email at neighbors and [email protected] Please be sure to make or cancel your reservation by October 19.
Visitors and guests are always welcome!
See Ya all there!
Fairfield Glade Garden Club Announces Its Poinsettia Plant Sale
Mark your calendar. On November 28, 29, and 30, the Fairfield Glade Garden Club will hold its annual Poinsettia plant sale at the Village Green Mall off Stonehenge Drive in Fairfield Glade. Each day the sale will run from 9 A.M. to 2 P.M. There will be a selection of 6 assorted varieties including the most common “all red.” These beautiful plants, grown by the students of Cumberland County High School, will certainly enhance anyone’s holiday gathering.
Proceeds from the sale will benefit the Garden Club’s Scholarship Fund. Each year, the Garden Club offers scholarships to graduating seniors who will be pursuing college studies in agriculture or a related field. The benefit of your purchase will be two-fold; it will not only brighten your holiday but will also help this worthy cause.
If you need additional information, please call Tom Covino at 931-707-9314. If no answer, please leave a brief message and I will return your call as soon as possible. Thank you!
“Shoppers offer homebound help
The “Short List Shoppers of Fairfield Glade United Methodist Church want to help individuals who are homebound or currently unable to drive as well as those who need someone to pick up basic groceries or a prescription while they are recovering. They will pick up a short list of groceries or prescriptions at the Fairfield Glade Food City or Kroger and bring them to you.
There is no charge for this service and it is offered to all residents of the Fairfield Glade community. For additional information or assistance, call the church office at 931-484-3473.”
Cumberland County Republican Party
The Cumberland County Republican Party will have their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 16, at 6 P.M. at the Community Complex Fairgrounds.Our guest speaker is Gary McKenzie, the Assistant District Attorney for the 13th Judicial District here in Crossville. He is also a member of the Tennessee National Guard and has served a one year deployment in Iraq in 2009. This is a great opportunity to come and share an evening with a”seasoned” soldier and learn about his responsibilities as an Assistant District Attorney. Bring a friend and come out an visit with conservative, like-minded patriots. The Presidential election is coming soon! Our party has done quite a lot of activities to help Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan get elected. On behalf of the Republican Party, we would like to say “Thank You” to all who has volunteered your time, money and prayers for this election.
INEZ WRENN SCHOOL IMPORTS CITRUS FRUIT
The Inez Wrenn School begins the 20112-13 citrus fruit program with fruit brought in from Florida and California, to help provide student scholarships starting in the month of November
For the past almost 20 plus years, the school has been bringing in freshly picked Navel oranges, Red grapefruit, Tangerines, Honey bell/ Tangelos , Spring and Temple oranges. These fruits are full of Vitamin C, tree ripened, hand picked, no color added and 100% fresh
Scores of Crossvillites have been supporting the Inez Wrenn school scholarships for almost 20 years through their use of the citrus fruit. Those eating the fruit have made the statement many times that “ this is the best fresh fruit brought into Crossville.” The fruit is picked from the trees, sorted, packed, and shipped, all within a few days, so that when the fruit arrives in Crossville, it is as fresh and sweet as possible, because it has not been stored in a warehouse or distribution center for a week or more, before arriving at a market.
Citrus fruits arriving in November are Florida Navel oranges, Tangerines, Red grapefruit and the Variety Pack-a mixture of Navel oranges, Tangerines and Red grapefruit from Nov-Jan.. In January only, the Honev bell/ Tangelos will be added. Temple Oranges in February and a Florida Spring Orange in March only. California Mandarins and Navels will be available during February & March. All orders should be called in to the telephone numbers: Joy at 931-456-1935, Millie at 931-456-1580. Lee at 931-484-8624 , or Penny/Kelly at 931-456-9905.
The schedule deadline for ordering the first citrus fruit of this new season is Nov. 1 and arrival of the fruit for distribution is between Nov. 13-16. Contact will be made by the school volunteers with those who have ordered the fruit, informing them of the actual arrival day and time for pickup of the fruit at the Inez Wrenn School at 2337 West Ave., (N-70) across from Obed Park.
A schedule of order and arrival dates will be given to those who pickup their first fruit in November, and will be also published in this newspaper, each month. All questions, prior to orders, should be addressed to Forest Draper, Program Coordinator at 931-788-1375.
Cumberland County Republican Women
The Cumberland County Republican Women’s First Annual Holiday Craft Show scheduled for October 20 has been cancelled. Should you have any questions, please contact Johanna Wentworth at 931-335-1573.
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY “Indoor Yard Sale”
Saturday, October 20, 9 A.M. – 1 P.M.
In the Cumberland Meeting Room of the library
“Lot’s of Good Stuff!!!”
Sponsored by the “Friends of the Art Circle Public Library.” All Proceeds Benefit the Library.
Breakfast At The Elks
October 21, 2012. Serving 9 A.M. to 1 P.M.
The summer heat and humidity is gone for another year and time for the leaves to fall. Why not give yourself a break and come to the Elks for a hearty all-you-can-eat breakfast? We have a tasty breakfast bar with, bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, country gravy, potatoes, chipped creamed beef and biscuits. Also available are made to order omelets with all the fixings. Swedish pancakes for the asking with several sweet topping to choose from. And on our refreshment table we offer, orange juice, fruit, coffee or tea. This all-inclusive breakfast is just $10 per adult including sales tax and $5 for children 8 years and under.
The Elks Lodge is open to its members and their guests and is located at 1145 Genesis Road. This is about a mile south of I-40. Parking is limited so please car pool if you can. Membership in the Elks Lodge is opened to males and females aged 21 and over who are American citizens and believe in God. Please call 931-484-0150 if you would like additional information. The Lodge is open from 12 noon until 9 P.M. Monday through Saturday.
Elks Lodge Taco’s and more
October 19, 2012
The Elks Lodge “Taco Night” is October 19. Serving from 5-7 P.M.
You can enjoy 2 tacos and more 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 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.
Weight Loss Challenge
Our next round of Weight Loss Challenge classes will be starting, Thursday, October 25at 6 P.M. We will meet each Thursday evening for 8 weeks. There will also be a weekly class on Monday evenings beginning on October 29 at 6:30 P.M. All participants will receive personal coaching, free metabolism testing, nutrition education, group support to cheer you on and best of all, we have lots of FUN!
The cost to join for the ENTIRE 8-week program is $30 and the top 3 losers will take home the cash. Average participants lose 30lbs and 30 inches during our 8-week class.
For more information, location and to pre-register, please call Margie Krivy at 931-707-1308. Space is limited, so be sure to call early to reserve your seat.
“Stone Memorial High School Panther Tales Players” will present the play “The Ghostchasers” by Tim Kelly, October 26 & October 27 @ 7 P.M. at Stone Memorial Auditorium. This spoof of spooks takes place in the Hangtown Asylum for Extremely Tense Poeple, where a poltergeist has taken up residence. For a delightful evening filled with fun, laughter, and an occasional scream for all ages come and join the cast of patients and “normal” people as they try to catch that ghost! Tickets are $5 and will be available at the door.”