Community News

  • Biggest Loser 2 starts on Thursday

       Biggest Loser 2 will start on Thursday with registration and the first weigh-in.
        A few things have been changed since Biggest Loswer 1 with the biggest change being the partnership with the Morgan County Coordinated School Health Fit 4 Life Program.
        Rosa Dotson, who is the coordinator for the program through Morgan County Schools,  will provide speakers and instructors. Topics will include diet, excercise and nutrition.

  • Free small business workshop for owners and entrepreneurs

        The Tennessee Small Business Development Center will advise and assist entrepreneurs and small business owners in your area at no cost to them.
        Roane State Community College’s Tennessee Small Business Development Center, with the 
Oak Ridge Chamber of Commerce, will offer a free workshop for small business owners 
and entrepreneurs who want a better understanding of starting a new business.

  • Chestnut Ridge

        Don’t forget the Fish-Chicken Dinner at the Fire Hall Sat. Sept. 11th from 4 to 7 p.m. All you can eat Adults $7 and Children $3. For carryouts call 965-3922. You’re invited.
        Saturday beginning at noon is the Williams Family Reunion at Bethel Baptist Church in Deer Lodge. All relatives and friends are invited to come, bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the afternoon.

  • Coalfield

        The annual Coalfield Camp reunion was held Saturday, September 4, at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. About 70 people attended and enjoyed renewing friendships and partaking of the incredible food. Over 30 doorprizes were given to those in attendance. We always look forward to this event. Many thanks to those who organize this event.

  • Piney

        Good morning all.
        I hope everybody had a good weekend. I did go to church both times. It was real good to be back. My sister-in-law, Myrtle and I both went. We enjoyed it a lot. Pat had the new teachers and workers to all come to the front. They all said a prayer for God to guide them in their job. We had the Lord’s Supper that is always a special thing for all.
        We are very sorry about the death of a friend Willis Kring. God bless all of his family.

  • ERWA to host Watershed Tour and BBQ Lunch Sept. 18th

  • September is National Preparedness Month - is your plan up to date?

        September is National Preparedness Month. This is a good reminder for families to put together an Emergency Plan and an Emergency Kit . Does your family have a family Emergency Plan? Do you know if your place of work has a plan? If your family currently has an Emergency Plan a yearly review is suggested to make sure contact information is still current and update the items in your Emergency Kit.

  • Richardson elected Angus Delegate to 127th Annual Meeting

        P. Neal Richardson, Lancing, has been elected as a delegate to the 127th Annual American Angus Association® Convention of Delegates, November 15 in Louisville, Ky., reports Bryce Schumann, CEO of the American Angus Association.

  • Become a member of Sunbright Senior Citizens

        Twenty-two Sunbright Senior Citizens and guests recently enjoyed a day out for buffet lunch at Cumberland County State Park, and for the Playhouse presentation of Tennessee USA! Trip Coordinator for this group of mature men and women in the western end of the county is Bridgett Cooper. The club’s next trip is tentatively planned for October.

  • Grand Conductress to visit Sunrise OES September 27th

        Sunrise OES 364, Petros, will observe the official visit of the Associate Grand Conductress on September 27, 2010.
        The banquet and entertainment will begin at 6 p.m. with the official meeting at 7:30 p.m.
        All members are welcome to join us as several members will receive their 50-year pins and certificates.