Bulletin Board 7-17-2014

Posted on Thursday, May 22, 2014 at 11:35 am

 

CHURCH SERVICES
Morton Memorial United Meth-odist Church has Sunday school at 9:45am and worship at 11am each Sunday. For more info call 924-2192.

Mount Oak Primitive Baptist Church in Tracy City has ser-vices every second and fourth Sunday at 10:30am. Call 592-3622 for more info.

Amazing Grace Chapel Full Gospel Church in Altamont has services each Sunday at 2pm.

The Palmer Nazarene Church has services with Sunday school at 10am, morning service at 11am, and Sunday night service at 5:30pm.

Bivens Chapel has Sunday school at 10am, worship at 11am, Sunday night worship at 5pm, and Wed night worship at 7pm.

Fall Creek Church at Fall Creek Cemetery in G/L holds Sunday worship at 11am, Sunday night at 5pm, and Wed at 6:30pm.

Hobbs Hill United Methodist Church has worship services on Sundays at 11am.

Sweeton Hill Church holds Sunday school at 10am, worship service at 11am, Sunday night services at 5pm and Wednesday night services at 6:30pm.

Pelham United Methodist Church has a free continental breakfast at 9:20am with Sunday school at 9:45am and worship at 11am every week. For more info visit www.pelhamumc.org.

Mt. Zion Baptist Church has Sunday school at 10am, Sunday services 11am and 6pm, and Thursday Service at 6:30pm. For more info call Pastor Andy Lockhart at 592-7474.

The House of Prayer in Brown’s Hollow has Sunday school at 10am, church services at 11am, Sunday night services at 5pm, and Tuesday night services at 6:30pm.

Tracy City First United Method-ist Church (592-6135) with Pastor Danny Coffelt has Sun-day worship services 8:30am and 11am; Sunday school 9:45 am; Sunday night Bible study 6:00 pm; and Wednesday Youth 5:30-7pm.

Christian Worship Center in Whitwell has Sunday school at 9:45am, Sunday worship at 11am, Sunday evening service at 5pm, and Wednesday night Bible study at 6:30pm, and children’s church at 6:30pm (all times CST). For bus pickup (Whitwell area only) call 423-619-1049. For more info call 423-596-3491.

If you need a ride to Sunday school or church, call Myers Hill First Cong. Methodist Church at 592-2671.

If you need a ride to Mount Etta Freewill Baptist Church, call 931-273-4698 or 931-779-5457.

Fairview Union Church in Whitwell has Sunday school at 10am, Sunday morning worship at 11am, Sunday evening service and Wed service at 6pm and every third Wed of the month Valley View Asst Living service at 5:30pm.

The prayer group meets each day at First Baptist Church Monteagle at 7:30am.

Grace Village Church in the Flat Branch Community has Sunday school at 10am, morning service at 11am, and women’s Bible study Wednesday at 6pm. For more info, call Jerry Stockwell at 779-3591 or Andy Weaver at 779-3833.

“Unveiling Daniel’s Mysteries,” a study of the Biblical Book of Daniel, will be held at the Ad-ventist Community Services building on Thursdays at 6pm. Childcare will be provided.

The Monteagle Seventh-day Adventist Church has prayer and Bible study at 6:30pm on Tues-days with church and worship service on Saturdays at 11am.

Rutledge Falls Baptist Church in Tullahoma has Sunday worship at 8:30 and 11am; Sunday school at 9:45am, Sunday eve-ning at 6pm; and Wednesday Bible study at 7pm and choir practice at 5:45pm. For more info, call 931-455-8879.

Ministry Church in Pelham is hosting a “Youth Month” every Saturday in July starting at 6pm for ages 13-19. For updates visit facebook.com/MinistryBaptist
GOSPEL SINGINGS
There is a gospel singing at 28012 Hwy 108 in Gruetli-Laager every Friday night at 6:30pm. For more info/booking, call Lonnie Nance at 779-3484.

There will be gospel singing every Tuesday night at 6:30pm at Rocky Top Restaurant in Monteagle. For more info, call Marie Ashley at 931-598-9258 and leave a message.

There is a gospel singing at the Dari Delight in Tracy City at 6pm every Thurs. For more info call Beatrice or Dillard Sanders at 931-636-0543.

There is a gospel singing at Hardees in Winchester every Saturday evening at 6pm. For more info, call Marie Ashley at 931-273-5739 or John Bean at 931-212-4292.

There will be picking and grin-ning on the fourth Saturday night of each month with a meal at 5pm and singing at 6pm at 2341 Flat Branch Spur in Tracy City. For more info, call Jerry Stockwell at 779-3591 or Andy Weaver at 779-3833.

MEETINGS
Meeting for the Veterans of Foreign Wars of Clyde Bennett Post 9586 in Monteagle is the second Monday of every month at 7pm. The Ladies Auxiliary meeting is 6pm.

Cub Scout Pack 3212 meets every Tuesday at 6pm at United Methodist Church in Tracy City when school is in session for ages 6-11 in grades 1-5. For more info call 423-400-7460.

The Boy Scouts of America Troop 12 for boys in fifth grade and up meet Tuesdays at 6pm at First United Methodist Church in Tracy City. For more info call Ken Simpson at 924-2318 or 423-400-7460.

The monthly meeting of the Tracy City Business Club is the last Monday of each month at 6pm at the Alma Mater Theater in Tracy City.

The Grundy County Democratic Party meets monthly on the second Tuesday of each month at 5:00pm at the Grundy County Courthouse. For more info, call Secretary Gayle VanHooser at 931-205-7115.

The Grundy County Commis-sion meets on the 4th Monday of each month at the Grundy County Courthouse in Altamont at 6:30pm.

The Grundy County Health Council meets at noon on the third Tuesday of each month at the U.T. Extension Building in Coalmont.

The Monteagle/Sewanee Rotary Club meets at the Smoke House Restaurant on Wednesdays at 6:50am. The club also hosts a lunch meeting at noon on Thursdays at the Blue Chair Tavern.

The American Legion Post 74 breakfast meetings are held the second Sunday of each month at 7am. Dues should be mailed to P. O. Box 426, Tracy City, TN 37387.

The Grundy Safe Communities Coalition meetings are the sec-ond Wednesday of each month at the UT Extension office at noon.

The Grundy County Republican Party meets the first Monday of the month at 6pm at the Grundy County Courthouse. For more info call 931-235-4779 or find them on Facebook.

Alcoholics Anonymous meet in Monteagle Wed at 7:30pm and Sun at 6:30pm at the Holy Com-forter; Sewanee meets Tues and Sat at 7:30pm at the Otey Par-rish. For info on the Tracy City group call 592-7014 or 423-942-0770.

Call Narconon for a free bro-chure on the signs of addiction for all types of drugs. Narconon also offers free assessments and referrals. Call 800-431-1754 or drugabusesolution.com.

The Adult Survivor of Child Abuse (ascasupport.org) meets every Thursday at 7pm at The Wesley House at 330 W. Main Street in Monteagle. For more info call 931-924-4900 or email south.Cumberland.asca@gmail.com

The Alzheimer’s and Dementia support group meets on the third Thursday of each month at 6pm at The Bridge at Monteagle.

Brain Matters, a support group for survivors/families of Trau-matic Brain Injury meets at The Rehab Center of STMC in Decherd the first Tues of every month at 6pm. For more info, call Mary Holt at 931-962-9947.

The Rotary Club of Grundy County meets each Tuesday at 11:30am at the Dutch Maid Bakery. Speakers include: July 8 – Club Assembly and business meeting; and July 15 – Tommy Farmer, Special Agent in Charge with TBI, Director of the Ten-nessee Meth & Pharmaceutical Task Force, and Governor’s Task Force on Marijuana Eradi-cation. For more info call Katie Bell at 931-259-4062.

The United Daughters of the Confederacy Kirby-Smith Chap-ter 327 meet every third Satur-day of the month at the Frank-lin-Pearson House in Cowan at 10am.

The Order of the Eastern Star meets every first Thurs of each month at 7pm at the Masonic Lodge.

The Mountain Garden Club meets at the Tracy City Library the first Wed of each month at 1pm. New members welcome.

NA – Tracy City S Double A Ranch meets Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon; AA meets at Tracy City Episcopal Church Mondays and Fridays at 7pm; at the Monteagle Holy Comforter Church Sundays 6:30pm and Wednesdays 7:30pm and Fri-days at 7pm; and at Palmer City Hall Thursdays at 6pm.

Call 1-855-VA-WOMEN – to receive and respond to questions from Veterans, their families and caregivers about VA services and resources available to women Veterans.

The quarterly membership meeting of the Grundy Area Arts Council will be Tuesday, July 29, 5:30 pm at Fern Falls in Altamont. Contact grundyareaarts@gmail.com for directions. Carpools encour-aged, as parking is limited at this beautiful site. This event is a ‘finger food potluck,’ so bring a snack or desert plate to share, and a folding chair. Drinks and paper products will be provided. The program will feature guitar-ist Lucas Finney in a short concert of pieces for solo guitar, and a presentation about his Music Education Project piloted this spring through the LEAPS program at three local elemen-tary schools.

COMMUNITY CENTERS
The Beersheba Community Center is available for rent. For more info, call Larry Hall at 931-692-3350.

To rent the Pelham Valley Community Center, call David Gallagher at 467-3129.

To donate clothing to the Hobbs Hill Community Center, call Dean at 592-2727.

To rent the Coalmont Commu-nity Center, call Betty at 592-9311.

To rent the Plainview Commu-nity Center, call 592-5058 and leave a message.

To rent the Gruetli-Laager Community Center call Linda Broom at 779-3277.

To rent the Palmer Community Center call 779-3247 or 779-3086.

The Foster Falls Community Center has a dinner at 5:30pm every first Friday of each month with food, fun and games. The center is available for rent by calling 423-942-6042. All pro-ceeds benefit the center/fire department.

LIBRARIES
May Justus Memorial Library is having fine free days. Bring back overdue books no matter how long they have been out and owe nothing.

The Coalmont Public Library summer reading program “Fizz Boom Read 2014” is July 7-31 with July 10: Birds – Carrie Wickham at 1pm; July 16: Bones or Not – Mr. Bill TN Aquarium at 1pm; July 24: Science Guy – Mr. Rich at 1pm; and July 31: Pizza & Ranger – Ranger Park at 1pm. For more info, call Fan at 592-9373.

The Palmer Public Library has new hours: Monday from 1-5, Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30-5 and lunch is from 2-3pm on those days.

Every day is no fine day at Coalmont Public Library. For more info, call Fran Adams at 592-9373.

The May Justus Memorial Li-brary has begun their Summer Reading Program “Fizz, Boom Read! Programs will be pre-sented each Thursday through-out June and July at 10am.
Palmer Public Library 2014 Summer Reading Program will begin on July 8. Summer read-ing signup will be all day at the library. On July 10 at 1:00 p.m. the ranger with live animals will be at the Palmer Community Center. July 15 will be story time at the Library at 1:00 p.m. and show and tell with a Silkie Chicken. July 16 at 11a.m. the Tennessee Aquarium will pre-sent “Bones or not, vertebrates and invertebrates” at the Palmer Community Center. On July 22 the Therapy Dog and Sarah will be at the Palmer Community Center at 11a.m. At 1:00 p.m. on July 31 birds at the Palmer Community Center.

MUSEUMS
The Coal Miner’s Museum is open by appointment by contact-ing Lisa Magourik at 931-779-3247 or 779-6739.

The TN Consolidated Coal Company Library and Research Center and the Museum at the Grundy County Heritage Center in Tracy City are open Mon-Fri from 10-4pm and the museum is open on Sat from 10-2pm. To donate to the Heritage Center, call 931-592-6008. For more info, go to www.gchs.homestead.com. For Grundy County online research go to www.grundycountyhistory.org.

GENERAL SERVICES
The Animal Alliance of South Cumberland has low cost spay/neuter programs with financial help available. Call 931-235-9006 for more info.

Amedisys Hospice is seeking hospice volunteers. For more info, call Lisa Davis, Volunteer Coordinator, at 931-924-5014.

Contact Paul’s Clinic, a non-profit low cost spay/neuter clinic in McMinnville at 931-668-2702 for help with rabies vaccina-tions, spay, etc.

The Grundy County Food Bank distributes food Tuesdays from 8am to 10am. Qualified recipi-ents may come once every month, on any Tuesday, at the Grundy County Food Bank in Tracy City.

Everything is free at the Cloth-ing Bank open every Thursday and Friday 9-noon and every 4th Tuesday from 9-noon at the old GCHS.

The G/L Senior Citizens Center (age 60+) is open 5 days a week 8-3:30pm with lunch every day at 11:30. Call the day before by 11am for lunch reservations. There is bingo once a week, devotion on Thursday, free blood pressure clinics and nutri-tion programs every month and day trips. The fourth Tuesday of each month a rep. from the TN State Health Ins. Program will be at the center to help with drug coverage and Medicare insur-ance. For more info call 779-5494.

The Monteagle Nutrition Site for seniors 60 and above is located in the May Justus Li-brary building. Hot meals avail-able Monday-Friday from 11am to 12:30pm with recreational games, fellowship, and nutri-tional and medical assistance. For more info call 931-592-5559.

The Tracy City Fire Department is currently selling 911 signs. Call Tracy City Hall at 592-6213 for more info.

Palmer Town Historian David Patton will have photos and articles monthly on the Grundy County Historical Society’s website at www.gchs.homestead.com.

EDUCATION
WIA Out-of-School Youth Program is seeking recruits (ages 18 to 21). You may qual-ify if you need a GED and are low income. For more info, call Alan Mayes at 931-592-4332.

The Adult Learning Center in Tracy City has free GED classes. Hours are Mon-Thurs from 8-3pm and Tues from 4-7pm. They also have free com-puter classes. For more info call 592-4332.

There are on-going classes for teens and adults in painting and drawing Tuesdays and Fridays from 3:30-5:30pm inside the Water Dept building in Tracy City. Call 592-4332 for more info.

Apply for jobs online and get help with your resume at the Job Bank at the Adult Learning Center in Tracy City. For more info call 592-4332.

REUNIONS
The 50-year reunion of the class of 1964 will be this fall. For more info, call Sally Parmley Brown at 592-4160.

The Flat Branch School reunion will be on July 26 at Grace Village Church fellowship hall at 2341 Flat Branch Spur in Tracy City. Please bring a cov-ered dish for the meal at noon. The picking and grinning for this month will be canceled because of the reunion. For more information contact Jerry Stockwell at 931-779-3591 or Andy Weaver at 931-779-3833.

The Perry and Lillie Nunley descendant reunion will be held on Saturday, July 12, 2014 under the pavilion at South Cumberland Recreation Area beginning at 10:00 am. Please bring a picnic lunch.

Family reunion for the descen-dants of Porter and Annie Cun-ningham will be July 12 at Foster Falls Community Center on highway 150 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Bring your favorite dish and enjoy a day of fun.

Frank and Alice Lockhart reun-ion will be held Saturday July 19 at 12:00 at the parish House in Tracy City. Please come and bring a covered dish, old pic-tures, and good stories.

CEMETERY NEWS
Mail donations for the upkeep of Fults Cemetery in Altamont to Sharon Curtis, P. O. Box 163, Altamont, TN 37301 or make deposits at Citizens Tri County Bank (under Fults Cemetery and ask the teller to write your name on the deposit ticket that the bank keeps). All donations are appreciated.

Mail donations for the upkeep of Palmer Cemetery to Palmer Cemetery, P. O. Box 28, Palmer, TN 37365.

CELEBRATIONS
The Monteagle Mountain Chamber of Commerce is look-ing for Art, Craft and Food Vendors to participate in the 55th Annual Monteagle Mountain Market for Arts & Crafts, on July 26 & 27. Call or email for more info at 931-924-5353 or mmtnchamber@blomand.net. Applications and rules can be found online at http://www.monteaglechamber.com/2014a&c.pdf.
The Marion County Fair will be held Sept 9-13 at the Fair Grounds in Jasper. Food Ven-dors are needed for the week as well as Exhibitors for the Com-mercial Exhibit Tent. For space inside the tent, reserve your spot by July 31 or vendors who wish to sell crafts or other merchan-dise may bring their own tent and table to set up outside the tent and pay by the day. Call 423-488-0771 for info on be-coming a food vendor. Call 423-240-6820 for more info on exhibiting in the Commercial Tent or in one of the “outside the tent” spots. We are also looking for local entertainers to perform on the Main Stage. If interested in performing, call 423-802-6747.
SPORTS
South Grundy Bulldogs football sign ups will be every Saturday from 10am to 1pm until July 26 in the field house at the old GCHS. For more info, call 592-2011 or 247-3960.

The Mollie/Abbie Co-ed Soft-ball Tournament fundraiser will be July 18-19. Call 308-7653 or 434-2773 to enter.

North Grundy football sign ups will be Saturday July 12 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Gruetli-Laager City Hall. Please contact Mary Ann Stotts if you have any questions at 931-235-7798 or 931-779-2771.

VBS
First Baptist Church Monteagle will have vacation Bible school July 18 from 5-8pm, July 19 from 9-2pm, and July 20 from 10-1pm with a potluck dinner at noon for ages 3-18. There will be a special party for the youth on July 19. For more info, call Jennifer Smiley at 924-4054.

FAMILY FUN
Summertime Family Fun Day sponsored by the Grundy County Democratic Party and the Democratic Nominees. Saturday, July 12 at the Gruetli-Laager Community Center beginning at 2:00 pm. There will be bouncy houses, corn hole tournament, fresh grilled ham-burgers, and ice-cold soft drinks. Come out and talk to the nomi-nees and spend the afternoon with family and friends!

FISH FRY
Morton Memorial eighth annual fish fry will be on July 26 from 4:00 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tickets will be $10 for adults and $5 for children 10 and under. Money raised will help fund mission projects and outreaches in the community. Tickets are avail-able at the Morton Memorial office located at 322 West Main Street, Monteagle, 931-924-2192. You can also purchase tickets from any member of Morton Memorial.

OPENING
The Community Farmers’ Mar-ket will open in Altamont on July11 from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Altamont ball field on Hwy 50. The yearly member-ship fee will be $10 and a daily fee will be $3 for all vendors. All products must be grown or made in Tennessee and no yard sale type items will be allowed. Any interested vendors should contact Cyndi Whitman at 931-235-3176.

SCHOOL
Grundy County Schools Early Intervention Program/Tennessee Early Intervention Services will be destroying special education records that are older than six years past the date the child would be eligible for any early intervention services. Parents who wish to have the child’s old file should contact Sherry Bar-rett at 931-592-6681 or email sherry.barrett@k12tn.net by August 1 with child’s full name and date of birth. Records will be destroyed August4.

 

HOMECOMING
The annual homecoming for Wesley Chapel Church and Cemetery will be held Saturday, July 12. The day’s activities will begin at 11:00 A.M. with a singing and business meeting followed by this year’s speaker, Pat Berges, local historian and researcher and the present Pub-lication Editor and Newsletter Editor for the Coffee County Historical Society. Entertain-ment during the afternoon will be the “Classic County” band. At 5:00 P.M. there will be an auction followed by a Cemetery Donation Walk. Food and homemade ice cream will be available throughout the day and night.

Homecoming at Myers Hill FMC Church will be on July 27 starting at 10:00 a.m. with Meadow Lane from Cleveland TN singing. The church is lo-cated at 717 Myers Hill Road in Tracy City. Also starting on July 23, revival at Myers Hill with Brother David Bratcher will begin at 7:00 p.m. each night.

 

 

 

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