News Notes for March 15
Posted: Wednesday, March 16, 2011 4:02 pm
looking for new,
The local Cub Scouts and Boys Scouts are starting a “Uniform Closet” for boys who cannot afford to purchase uniforms. Richard Vowell is heading up this drive. He is asking anyone in the community who has old uniforms to please donate them to this drive. They are accepting any and all items including pants, belts, shirts, socks, neckerchiefs, neckerchief slides, hats, and boots.
They would also accept monetary donations for this cause. Vowell states that there is a real need for these uniforms. “We try to make it possible for any boy to be in the Scouts, if he wants to be.
There are scholarships available as well, if a boy wants to be involved, but cannot afford it” Vowell said. If you have any of the above items, you can drop them off at Vowell and Sons, at the corner of Broadway and Rebecca Streets. You may also call Richard at 731-587-2542.
has book signing
The Sharon Public Library is proud to announce that Mrs. Sandra Robbins will be at our Library for a book signing from 9 a.m.-noon on March 19. Mrs. Robbins writings include mystery and romance novels. Books will be available for purchase.
Miles Chapel sets
annual Men’s Day
Miles Chapel Church set their annual Men’s Day for 3 p.m., Sunday, March 20. The church is located on the corner of Jackson St. and Lindell St.
The guests speaker will be the Rev. Phillip Sanders of Right Path Ministry in Union City.
A potluck meal will be served following the meeting.
Chairman Bob Smith and Pastor Paul Jenkins along with the congregation welcomes everyone to come.
Everyone is invited to come to Sidonia Baptist Curch, 3281 Sidonia Rd., Sharon for revival services on March 20-23. Bro. Donald Doster, from Alamo Baptist Curch, will be preaching. Wendell Verdell will be leading the music. Services start at 6 p.m. on Sunday and at 7 p.m. Monday-Wednesday.
Jackson State will
host special day
Jackson State Community College will host Temple Grandin Day on Tuesday, March 22 in Ayers Auditorium of the McWherter Center. This event will honor the professor of animal science at Colorado State University who also is an advocate for animal welfare and a spokeperson for those on the autism spectrum.
For more information about Temple Grandin Day at Jackson State, contact Teri Maddox at email@example.com or 731-424-3520 x217.
set for March 26
The seventh annual Miss West Tennessee Woodman of the World (WOW) Springtime Pageant will be on Saturday, March 26 at the old Gleason gymnasium. This is a qualifying event for the Strawberry Pageant. Proceeds are used to help fund scholarships for eligible seniors at the Gleason and Dresden High Schools sponsored by the local Lodge 1149 of WOW. The entry fee is $20 and admission is $3 at the door for everyone school age and older. Concessions will be available. The pageant begins at 3 p.m. with age categories for boys and girls less than one year old.
Other categories and times include boys and girls, age one, 3:30 p.m.; boys and girls, age two, 4 p.m.; boys and girls, age 3, 4:30 p.m.; boys and girls, ages four and five, 5 p.m.; girls, ages six and seven, 5:45 p.m.; girls ages eight and nine, 6:30 p.m.; girls, ages 10 to 12, 7:15 p.m.; girls, ages 13 to 15, 8 p.m.; girls, ages 16 to 21, 8:45 p.m.
Registration begins 45 minutes prior to each category. For information or questions, call Alicia at 648-5883 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for supporting this successful project for the last six years.
All Woodmen members of Lodge 1149 and 1187 are encouraged to help with the day’s event. Please call 571-2148 to volunteer.
The Relay for Life Zumbathon will be hosted by First Baptist Churh Relay for Life Team from 9:30-11:30 a.m., Satuday March 26 at Greenfield Elementary Gym. There is a $10 donation. Bottled water will be available to purchase.
Come out and support a great cause while having fun and shaking the pounds away.
Dresden High School presents The Great Pretenders show.
The Great Pretenders will be held at the Dresden Athletic Center on Wilson Street in Dresden TN. Show dates are Saturday, March 26 @ 7 pm, and Sunday, March 27 @ 2 pm. Tickets are $7 and are available from a DHS senior, or at the door.
For more information, contact Christi Oliver at 731-364-2460. Proceeds will help fund Project Graduation.
You are invited!
Fulton First United Methodist Church is teaming up with the Central United States Earthquake Consortium in Memphis to bring awareness to those in the Twin-Cities area as well as surrounding counties. On Wednesday, March 30, Brian Blake, Earthquake Program Coordinator, will travel from Memphis to speak on “Earthquake Hazards and Preparedness.”
His message will include what kinds of hazards we see from earthquakes and what people should do in an earthquake. This meeting will increase participants’ level of earthquake preparedness for themselves and their families. All homeowners, business owners, faith based organizations and citizens are invited to attend. The earthquake presentation will start at 6 p.m. in the Fulton First Methodist Church, Fulton, Ky., in the Fellowship Hall. Please use the Second Street entrance.
Everyone is invited to attend. There is no cost.
The New Madrid Seismic Zone, sometimes called the New Madrid Fault is a major seismic zone and may have the potential to produce large earthquakes in the future. West Kentucky and West Tennessee are two of the seven states that are potentially threatened.
Bethel University Renaissance Theatre is thrilled to present the family friendly musical “HONK! A musical tale of the Ugly Duckling” on April 1– 3! Call the Dixie box office at 731-986-2100 or go online to www.dixiepac.net to order your tickets today!