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Would you like a chance to make enough to pay off those holiday bills? On February 3rd at half time of the Stone Memorial – Cumberland County High School basketball game the Youth Achievement Foundation will have their annual Cow Patty Drop, but instead of cows we’ll be relying on a bouncing basketball to determine the winner of the $1,000 prize.
Tickets are only $10 each and can be purchased at Crossville Trophy and Gifts downtown, or at the Cumberland Business Incubator at Roane State Community College at 2569 Cook Rd. or from any Youth Achievement Foundation board member. For additional information, or to purchase tickets, contact Krista Kemmer, 931-260-8925, or Holly Hansen, 931-456-4910, or Brad Fox at 931-456-9880, ext. 4173.
Youth Achievement Foundation is a nonprofit organization that funds the Jr. Achievement program in Cumberland County Schools.

The Budget Committee of Cumberland County will meet on Tuesday February 3rd at 4:30 pm in the small courtroom of the courthouse.

The regular Fairfield Glady Tuesday crafters meetings will begin the following Tuesday (Feb 3) at 9 am as usual.

Parent meeting for CCHS Track Team will be held this Thursday, February 5 at 5pm in the CCHS Gym Classroom.

The Cumberland County Republican Women's Club will hold their monthly meeting February 5th at 5:00 pm. at the Republican Headquarters at 539 West Av., Crossville, Tn. We will be discussing future projects for the year, collecting remaining dues and selecting volunteers for our standing committees.Our next upcoming event is our food sales for the Antique License Plate Show in March so be thinking about your contribution to this event. We welcome any conservative lady who enjoys community service, challenging projects and working with a great group of Republican ladies. See you there.

The Stephens Center Parent-Child Connection Class will be held at the Exchange Club/Stephens Center Healthier Beginnings office in Crossville on Thursday, February 5th from 11:00a.m. - 12:30 p.m. This is the fifth session of the 2015 Spring, Series I. This session will cover Children’s Self-Worth. For more information call The Stephens Center at (931) 823-6432 or 1-800-635-5199 or locally at 484-8923.

The CCHS Middle School Baseball Jets will have tryouts for the 2015 team on Saturday February 7th from 9-12 at Jet Park (across from Martin Elementary). Tryouts are open to any current 6th-8th grade students in Cumberland County that will be zoned for Cumberland County High School. The tryout will occur rain or shine on the morning of February 7th. All players interesting in trying out must bring an up to date physical and insurance information. Players must come in baseball attire with needed baseball gear and also bring a pair of tennis shoes. Anyone with questions contact CCHS Head Baseball Coach Dave Prichard at 931-337-9721 or CCHS Middle School Baseball Coach Kevin Lewis at Brown Elementary.

The Crossville Youth Baseball and Softball Association will begin registration for the upcoming spring season on January 12th. Registration forms will be available at the Crossville Parks and Recreation Office on Industrial Blvd. Evaluations will be held Saturday, Feb. 7 in the Stone Memorial High School Gymnasium from 8 a.m.- 1:00pm.

The 3rd annual “Heart to Heart” father/daughter dance will be held on Saturday, February 7th from 6-9 pm at the Cumberland County Community Complex. Hosted by the Crossville Rotary Club, there will be a candy & dessert buffet, complimentary flowers and photo, and a fun photo booth with props! Tickets are limited: advanced tickets are $15 per person, and can be purchased at any of the following locations until February 5th: Cumberland County Bank (main office), the Chamber of Commerce, Progressive Savings Bank, Crossville Chronicle, Crossville Housing Authority, and Crossville Trophy. Remaining tickets will be purchasable at the door for $20 per person, while supply lasts. For more information, call 931-252-2049, or email 2015rotaryfatherdaughterdance@gmail.com.

The Grandview Fire District unit 720 of the Rhea County Volunteer Fire Department will be heaving a buffet style country breakfast on Saturday, February 7th from 7 am- 10 am at the Grandview Community Center, atop Grandview Mountain. Only $5 per person, they hope to see you there. For more information, call Event Chairman Darlene Monroe at 423-618-6230.

The CCHS Middle School Baseball Jets will have tryouts for the 2015 team on Saturday February 7th from 9-12 at Jet Park (across from Martin Elementary). Tryouts are open to any current 6th-8th grade students in Cumberland County that will be zoned for Cumberland County High School. The tryout will occur rain or shine on the morning of February 7th. All players interesting in trying out must bring an up to date physical and insurance information. Players must come in baseball attire with needed baseball gear and also bring a pair of tennis shoes. Anyone with questions contact CCHS Head Baseball Coach Dave Prichard at 931-337-9721 or CCHS Middle School Baseball Coach Kevin Lewis at Brown Elementary.

The Crossville Youth Baseball and Softball Association registration has begun. Forms will be available at the Crossville Parks and Recreation Office on Industrial Blvd. Evaluations will be held Saturday, Feb. 7 in the Stone Memorial High School Gymnasium from 8 a.m.- 1:00pm.

The largest girl-led business in the world is back - Girl Scout Cookie Season is here. This year, Rah-Rah Raisins and Toffee-tastic will make their debut in Middle Tennessee. Rah-Rah Raisins take a delicious spin the classic oatmeal raisin cookie with the addition of Greek yogurt-flavored chunks. Toffee-tastic are the first Gluten-free cookie for Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee to offer. They are rich, buttery cookies packed with golden toffee bits bursting with flavor. Other customer favorites – including Thin Mints and Samoas – will also be available for purchase as you help Girl Scouts learn skills that will last a lifetime. All proceeds generated from the cookie program stay in the local Girl Scout council to support girls in Middle Tennessee. Troops determine how they want to spend their proceeds and often use them to go to summer camp, take a trip or learn a new skill. Girl Scouts are now taking cookie pre-orders. You will see them at your favorite retailer starting February 8. To find a cookie booth near you visit girlscoutcookies.org.

The public is invited to officially welcome CCHS Head Football Coach Ken Johnson on Tuesday, February 10th from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the CCHS cafeteria. Light refreshments will be served.

The Cumberland County School District is in the process of selecting and adopting Mathematics textbooks for the 2015-2021 school years. Textbook samples will be available for public viewing February 9 through 13th, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. at Cumberland County Central Services. Comments should be addressed to Janet Graham, Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction at 368 Fourth Street, Crossville, TN 38555 or email grahamj3@k12tn dot net.

A Valentines Benefit for Rita Dale will be held on Saturday, February 14th from 3 p.m to 5 p.m. at Memorial Baptist Church located at 1858 Sparta Highway in Crossville (Hwy 70 West). Cost is only a $10 donation per family. Festivities include Gold Fish Racing, Mr. & Mrs. Trivia, Food, Fun and Candy! Rita is currently completing requirements for a lung transplant and all monies raised will be used for transplant and relocation fees.

A benefit concert for the Bread of Life Rescue Mission will be held on February 21, 2015 at 7 p.m. at the Palace Theatre in Crossville. Featured entertainers include southern gospel “The Rangers Quartet” and DeWayne Wagner. Tickets are $12 at the box office. For tickets and information call the Palace Theatre at 931-484-6133 or order online at palacetheatre-crossville.com.

On February 22, 2015 at 2:00pm at the Cumberland Mountain State Park Recreation Lodge, “The Physics of Flight Program” with Bob Tarter will be hosted. This is a special interpretive program includes Wildlife exhibits that are rare and native to the area. Come experience Bob Tarter’s abundant wildlife including Harris’s Hawk, “Elliot” the Eurasian Eagle Owl, Green Amazon Parrot, Straw Colored Fruit Bat, flying gecko, and an amazing southern flying squirrel. Everyone is welcome.

The United Fund of Cumberland County is now taking grant applications from 501 c 3 non-profit human service agencies for the 2016 funding year. Grant applications may be picked up at the United Fund office at 348 Taylor Street Suite 101, downloading at www.cumberlandunitedfund.org or by emailing hollyneal@cumberlandunitedfund.org Allocation submissions are due by noon on March 26, 2015. For more information please call 931-484-4082.

February 1st - 28th Wags and Whiskers is having a "Spay Ghetti" dinner fundraiser all month long for lunch or dinner at the Genesis Italian Grille on Interstate Drive in Crossville. Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 at the restaurant and include their great spaghetti, meatballs, salad, bread and a drink. Proceeds benefit out low-cost spay/neuter program. For ticket locations check out http://goo.gl/H9KaKh .

The Cumberland/Bledsoe County Farm Service Agency (FSA) reminds owners of farm’s that have crop bases February 27, 2015, is the end of this one-time opportunity to update their program payment yields. Only farms that had cropping history of wheat, oats, corn, grain sorghum, barley, and soybeans from 2008-2012 may take advantage of this opportunity. Updating the farm’s yield record could be very important for current and future program payments. Those needing more information about this matter may call the FSA Office at 931-484-6520 or toll free at 855-216-2802.

"The Plateau Corvette Club invites all area Corvette owners to its monthly meeting held on the first Thursday of the month at 5:30 p.m. The meeting location is at the Crossville Outlet Mall at 228 Interstate Drive. The meeting room is on the north side of the outlet. Join them and meet new people as events are planned that all Corvette owners can enjoy. For more information contact Coy Watson at 459-4976, or visit their web site at plateaucorvetteclub.com"

February 1st through Feb.28th Wags and Whiskers is having a "Spay Ghetti" dinner fundraiser all month long for lunch or dinner at the Genesis Italian Grille on Interstate Drive in Crossville. Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 at the restaurant and include their great spaghetti, meatballs, salad, bread and a drink. Proceeds benefit out low-cost spay/neuter program. For ticket locations check out http://goo.gl/H9KaKh .

Wags and Whiskers will be hosting a "Spay-Ghetti" Dinner fundraiser throughout February (Lunch or Dinner) at the Genesis Italian Grille on Interstate Drive in Crossville. Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 at the restaurant and include Genesis' great spaghetti, meatballs, bread, salad and a drink. Proceeds will benefit the Wags and Whiskers' low-cost spay/neuter program (this fundraiser is one of the key events to support this community service which has "fixed" over 9,000 cats and dogs). Tickets are available by calling 931-788-2201 or visiting Happy Hound Realty, Bed and Biscuit Kennel, Cat's Meow Resale Store or the Duplicate Store. Check www.wawpr.org for ticket locations and maps.

Crossville Babe Ruth is now accepting sign-ups for boys age 13-16 through March 2. Applications are available at the Crossville Parks and Recreation office, Dunham Sporting Goods and all nine county schools. Fees are $45 for each player or a maximum of $135 per family. Mail the completed from with the fees to Babe Ruth Baseball, 326 Lincoln St., Crossville, TN 38572 or drop them off at the Crossville Parks and Recreation office on Industrial Blvd. League organizer Gaylord Harrison indicated he needs 45 players or 15 per team. There is also a need for coaches. Evaluations will be March 7 from 9 a.m. to noon at Garrison Park A. For more information or to be a coach, call Gaylord Harrison at 484-3554.

It is again time of year for the Kids Christmas, Inc. 3rd Annual Gala & Reverse Raffle on Saturday, March 21st, 2015 at 6 pm at the Fairfield Glade Conference Center. One ticket admits two people for a night of fabulous prizes, entertainment, and dinner. All proceeds go to Kids Christmas, Inc. If you do not wish to attend the gala, monetary donations would be appreciated, and there is also a need for volunteers to help shop, wrap, and stuff stockings. Donations can be sent to Kids Christmas, Inc., 80 Miller Avenue, Ste. 101, Crossville, TN 38555. 100% of money donated goes to the children. All donations are tax deductible! (501c3 non-profit charity) For more information, call Kids Christmas, Inc at 931-484-0432.

The 10th Annual Gospel Explosion will be held March 21st at 5 p.m. at the Palace Theater in Crossville. Admission is $5, Children 13 and under free. All Proceeds go to children in Cumberland County via the Foster Adoptive Parent Association. Performances by Transformed, The Gore Family, Bruce Parker, Donna Isaacs, Joe Cooper, Darci Bernabei, DeWayne Wagner and Kathy Childs, Tommy Fryer, Monica Henson, Wanda Reed and Living Water and John Riley.

Spay or Neuter of your pet is good for the animal, good for you and good for the community. Wags and Whiskers can help pay for it. Call 931-788-2201. Don't Delay...Do it Today. www.wawpr.org

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) is inviting Tennesseans to submit nominations for the Governor’s 2015 Environmental Stewardship Awards. The awards recognize Tennesseans who go above and beyond to protect the state’s diverse environment. The Governor’s Environmental Stewardship Awards cover 10 categories: Building Green; Clean Air; Energy and Renewable Resources; Environmental Education and Outreach; Environmental Education and Outreach (school category); Land Use; Materials Management; Natural Heritage; Sustainable Performance and Lifetime Achievement. Any individual, business, organization, educational institution or agency is eligible, provided they are located in Tennessee and projects were completed during the 2014 calendar year. All nominees must have a minimum of three consecutive years in overall environmental compliance with the Department of Environment and Conservation. Self-nominations are encouraged. The deadline for nominations is March 31, 2015. Award recipients will be announced in May 2015. For more information about each category, judging criteria and nomination forms, visit TDEC’s website at tn.gov/environment/gov-awards.shtml.

The Cumberland County Community Chorus is pleased to announce that a music scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior in Cumberland County this spring from applications received. Scholarship applications and additional information are available at both Cumberland County High School and Stone Memorial High School; or by contacting David Griffies at (956) 330-7232. Completed applications must be received by March 31, 2015. The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage musical training at the college or university level by presenting a scholarship to a local public or home-schooled graduating senior who is interested in pursuing a musical career as either a vocalist or pianist. Scholarships are funded through Chorus member dues, business and individual sponsorships, and donations received from audience benefactors at the Chorus’s concerts. The Cumberland County Community Chorus will be presenting a Scholarship Concert at the Palace Theater April 24th. Proceeds from the concert will help support the scholarship program, and ticket information regarding the April concert will be published as plans are finalized. Reserve a place in your schedule for this concert at the beautiful and historic Palace Theatre!

The Cumberland County Community Chorus will be presenting a Scholarship Concert at the Palace Theater April 24th. Proceeds from the concert will help support the scholarship program, and ticket information regarding the April concert will be published as plans are finalized. Reserve a place in your schedule for this concert at the beautiful and historic Palace Theatre!

TENNderCare is Tennessee’s commitment to see that children and teens have the best start to a healthy life. TENNderCare is a free program of check-ups and health care services for children from birth to age 21 who are TennCare eligible. A check-up includes a health history, complete physical exam, Lab Tests, vision/hearing screenings, developmental and behavioral screenings, and advice on how to keep your child healthy. In addition, dental and behavioral health services are available. In Cumberland County for more information, call the local health department at 931-484-6196. To speak directly with a Community Outreach TENNderCare Representative, contact Sue York at 931-484-6196.

Cumberland County Sheriff Casey Cox has held six scheduled drug drop-off events through the communities of our county over the past year, where over a ton of prescription drugs and medication have been collected and properly disposed of; as a result of the Cumberland County sheriff’s Office and the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) working together to protect our citizens and environment, a permanent Prescription Drug Drop-Off Box has been placed at the Sheriff’s Office (90 Justice Center Drive, Crossville, TN, 38555) where citizens can dispose of any unused, unneeded, or outdated prescription medication. Such a box allows for the medication to be properly disposed of so that it neither endangers the environment nor our citizens, as many of the thefts and burglaries in Cumberland County come as a result of addictions to prescription drugs. Sheriff Cox said, “I can’t stress enough the importance of getting these unneeded or expired medications out of people’s homes… by getting these drugs and medications out of our homes it not only makes citizens less of a target, it also protects our children. The old common method of disposing prescriptions was to flush them down the toilet. This is the worst thing you can do because the drugs could eventually end up back in our water supply.” The drugs collected at the drop off box are taken to an Environmental Protection Agency-certified incinerator to be properly disposed of. Acceptable items to be dropped off as follows: prescription medication, all over-the-counter medication, pet medication, medicated ointments or lotions, liquid medications in leak-proof containers, inhalers, and pills in any packaging (glass, plastic containers, baggies/Ziploc, or foil).

The Boys Scouts of America Troop #174 meets every Tuesday evening at 6:30 PM at the Scout Hut on City Lake Road. The Venture Crews, an offshoot of the Boy Scouts, meet Thursday nights at 7 PM at the same location. For information call Troop Master David Dial at 788-5066.

Home Away From Home Head Start is currently accepting applications to provide free comprehensive child development services to children 3 to 5 years old. The program is for low-income families and is a full day-full year program. For more information on the educational and health services provided, call 484-3238.

The Cumberland Adult Reading Council provides free, one-on-one tutoring for adults who want to learn to read, write, and improve math skills. To learn more about their services, contact the Cumberland Adult Reading Council at 337-5809

Second Chance Resale Store has a great selection of clothing and new books arriving weekly. They are open in the Crossville Outlet Mall Monday through Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Proceeds go to the Avalon Center: Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Program. Volunteers are needed; call Robin at 456-5502 for details. Donations of household items, clothing, and furniture can be dropped off or call Second Chance to schedule a pickup.

The Art Circle Public Library has a Public Internet Lab in the lower level of the building with 8 computers for public use. The library hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Parking is available in the back; the public is encouraged to take advantage of this free service offered by the library.

The Bread of Life Rescue Mission is in need of donations of non-perishable food such as dry rice or beans, instant potatoes, canned foods, peanut butter, and Jello and Kool-Aid mixes. You may drop off donations at the mission located at 281 W. Fourth Street, or call 707-0503.

The Disabled American Veterans, located behind Kroger on Old Sparta Highway, will have country music every Saturday evening from 7-10 PM, featuring The Buckner Brothers. For information, call 210-7400.

Glade Creek Community and Senior Citizen Center holds monthly meetings the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend; call 277-3044 for more information.

The Mana from Heaven Food Pantry is open each Thursday from 4:00 to 5:15 PM at the Place of Refuge Church at 164 Oak Road. The only requirement is that there is a need. For more information call the church at 707-8114.

The Avalon Center is in great need of a few physically fit volunteers who can help with the pick up of larger household items from community donors, possibly one or two days a week. Having a truck is helpful but not necessary If you can help, please call Nancy at 456-0747.

The Cumberland County Animal Shelter is open on East Lane in Crossville from 10am - 1pm. If you've lost a pet check with them as soon as possible; dogs and cats are available for adoption. For more information, call 484-8525

If you are pregnant and scared, please don't hurt or abandon your baby. Mothers may take unwanted newborns to hospitals, birthing centers, and health clinics with three days of birth. Mother's following Tennessee's Safe Haven Law are assured of secrecy and immunity. For more information, call the confidential Helpline at 1 866 699-SAFE or visit www.secretsafeplacetn.org.

Fair Park Senior Center will hold "Game Day" Thursday mornings from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. with team games, card games, darts, movies, crafts and other activities. Refreshments will be available and all Seniors are welcome.

The Fairfield Glade and Crossville Lion's Clubs are forming LEO Service Clubs at Stone Memorial and Cumberland County High Schools. The LEO Club is an international organization encourages student participation in service activities in the community. For details call Bob Seabrook, the Lion's Club LEO Chairman, at 484-3041.

Kids On The Rise is looking for mentors for children in Cumberland County. A mentor is a caring and positive role model. To give your time and make a difference, call 459-2388 for more information.

The Avalon Center offers weekly support groups for women and children who have been victims or witnesses of domestic violence or sexual assault. The groups give participants the opportunity to form bonds with, and obtain support from, other victims in similar circumstances, as well as the opportunity to learn more about the issues. All Avalon Center victims' services are free and confidential. For more information, please call the office at 456-0747 or the 24 hr. crisis line at 1-800-641-3434.

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