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The senior citizens police academy graduation that was to be held on Wednesday will now be on Wednesday March 4.

The music ministry at First Baptist Church invites you to an inspiring event of choral music as they host the internationally acclaimed Carson-Newman University A Cappella Choir, directed by Dr. Eric Thorson. The 47-voice choir will fill the sanctuary with song on Friday, March 6th at 7 pm. These college students use their spring break to tour many churches, singing and lifting hearts along the way. First Baptist Church is located at 712 Main Street in Crossville near CMC. For more information, call 931-484-3532.

Stone Memorial High School’s Sophomore Class will be sponsoring the 8th Annual SMHS Panther Queen and Princess Pageants.

This contest will include a Junior Miss Pageant for Crab Orchard, Homestead, North Cumberland, Pine View and Stone Elementary ladies.

The Elementary Pageants begin at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 7th and are divided into the categories of:

Wee-Miss Princess - Grades Pre –K through 2nd
Jr. Miss Princess – Grades 3rd through 5th
Jr. Miss Queen – Grades 6th through 8th

Applications for the elementary pageants are located in the front offices of the participating elementary schools. Deadline for application submission is Tuesday, March 3rd. The entry fee for each elementary contestant is $20.00.

The Miss SMHS Queen and Panther Princess pageants will begin at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 7th. Applications are located in the office of SMHS. Deadline for application submission is Tuesday, March 3rd. The entry fee for each high school contestant is $25.00.

For more information, contact Mr. Calvin Kemmer at 484-5767.

Stone Memorial High School’s Sophomore Class will be sponsoring the 8th Annual SMHS Panther Queen and Princess Pageants.

This contest will include a Junior Miss Pageant for Crab Orchard, Homestead, North Cumberland, Pine View and Stone Elementary ladies.

The Elementary Pageants begin at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 7th and are divided into the categories of:

Wee-Miss Princess - Grades Pre –K through 2nd
Jr. Miss Princess – Grades 3rd through 5th
Jr. Miss Queen – Grades 6th through 8th

Applications for the elementary pageants are located in the front offices of the participating elementary schools. Deadline for application submission is Tuesday, March 3rd. The entry fee for each elementary contestant is $20.00.

The Miss SMHS Queen and Panther Princess pageants will begin at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 7th. Applications are located in the office of SMHS. Deadline for application submission is Tuesday, March 3rd. The entry fee for each high school contestant is $25.00.

For more information, contact Mr. Calvin Kemmer at 484-5767.

The Stone Memorial Baseball Teams’s First Pitch Banquet has been cancelled tonight and rescheduled for this Friday, March 5th at 6 p.m. at the SMHS cafeteria. Tickets call be purchased at the door. Please call Greg Pugh at 931-319-9974 if you have any questions.

The Crossville Tree Board is celebrating Tennessee's 2015 Arbor Day on Friday, March 6th, marking the tree-planting season in the Volunteer State. The Tree Board members will be on hand to give tree-planting tips for the more than 3,100 trees they will distribute beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the parking lot of York & Bilbrey at 456 N. Main Street (beside the new New City Hall). Cumberland County Master Gardeners, and volunteers from the staff of Wyndham Resorts will also be present to assist the Tree Board. City Mayor James Mayberry will read a proclamation announcing Crossville's Tree City USA designation; the 12th year the city has earned that designation. Species differ each year, and this year the Tree Board has purchased 12 species to disperse: Shortleaf Pine, Redbud, Bald Cypress, Hazelnut, Shagbark Hickory, Paw Paw, Oaks: Chinkapin, Pin, and Willow available, Wild Plum, Indigo Bush, and Yellow Poplar. Later in the day, the Tree Board will plant larger trees at the Phoenix School as well as both Stone and Cumberland County High Schools with students helping plant the trees. This has become part of the Arbor Day tradition in Crossville. Site selection is important for tree planting depending on the species. Be sure not to plant tall growing trees under lines, or bushy trees too close to a house. Trees add value and beauty to a home’s landscape and provide shade in the summer, which lowers air-conditioning bills. Several species offer food to wildlife and bloom in the spring and show great color in the fall. The trees are offered on a first-come, first-served basis, and are usually all gone before 11 a.m.

The Cumberland County Republican Women's Club will be serving up some good ole country cooking during the Antique License Plate Show on Friday, March 6 from 10:00 am -5:00 pm and again on Saturday, March 7 from 8:00 am -1:00 pm. Come hungry and enjoy chicken and dumplins', pinto beans&cornbread,soups,and all kinds of cakes, pies, candy, breads, sold separately or "whole" at our Bake Sale.Ask about our "Road-Kill Special", lowest price in town for a whole meal! All proceeds go to scholarships, office rent and supplies and financial aid to community services. See you there!

There will be no Crossville City court Tuesday, Feb. 24. It will be held on Tuesday March 10.

UCHRA will hold a commodities distribution for Cumberland County on Tuesday, March 10 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Community Complex. Everyone must present a valid UCHRA commodity card.

Due to the severe weather the "50K Tree Day" has been rescheduled for Saturday, March 14, same time, same places. please register so you may receive email updates moving forward: tectn.org/50ktreeday . Homeowners, businesses, and groups of any variety will receive free trees for their property or community, and are being asked to plant them during the planting hour on March 14.

“Freedom in Flight: A Bald Eagle Program” will be held Saturday, March 14, February 16 at 1 p.m. CT at the Crossville-Cumberland County Visitor Center at 176 River Otter Drive in Crossville. Join Ranger Mary Grimm and The American Eagle Foundation for an informative program about the Bald Eagle. There will be a live eagle and other birds of prey for the program, which is open to the public and cameras are encouraged. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Spring vegetable, and hay and pasture producers, are reminded March 15, 2015, is the deadline to make application for insurance through the local Farm Service Agency. Buy-up levels of insurance, along with the catastrophic level policy, are available on such crops as sweet corn, potatoes, cucumbers, tomatoes, beans, sorghum, and grasses for hay. Only the catastrophic level policy is available on grass for pasture. Anyone with questions about NAP insurance is urged to contact the Cumberland/Bledsoe County Farm Service Agency at 931-484-6520 or toll free at 855-216-2802.

Stone Memorial HS will hold the Panther Pageant on Saturday, March 21st. Applications will be available at SMHS until March 17th. Rehearsal for the event will be on Friday, March 20 at 3:30pm. Registration will be on the day of the event (Saturday, 3/21) at noon. The first session will be held from 1 until 4pm and the second session will be held from 6 until 8pm. Contact Calvin Kemmer at SMHS for further details.

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.

Due to all the bad weather, the deadline for applications for the 2015 Volunteer Energy Cooperative Lillard-Shadow Scholarship has been extended to March 20th. The scholarship provides funding of up to $2000 ($500 per semester) to students whose parents are VEC customers. Applications are available on the VEC website (www.vec.org), at any VEC office, or by calling 423-334-7051.

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.

AGRICULTURAL MAJORS SOUGHT FOR HOLDER-BUSH SCHOLARSHIP
Jeff Dodson, Chairman of the Cumberland County Soil Conservation District (SCD), has announced that the annual Holder-Bush Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $300 will be awarded this spring to a deserving Cumberland County student majoring in some field of agriculture at Tennessee Technology University in Cookeville. Applications may be obtained at the guidance counselors’ or vocational agriculture teachers’ offices at Cumberland County High School and Stone Memorial High School. They are also available at the Christian Academy of the Cumberlands, as well as the District Office located in the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Service Center at 314 Old Jamestown Highway beside the U.S. Post Office, or by calling the District office at 484-5442, ext. 3. The Cumberland County SCD Board of Supervisors must receive applications and completed resumes no later than March 24, 2015. Anyone planning to attend or currently attending Tennessee Tech with a major in agriculture is encouraged to apply.

The 2nd Annual Chamber of Commerce & CTE Career Fair will be Tuesday March 24, 2015 at the Community Complex, beginning at 8 a.m. Over 600 11th graders in Cumberland County are expected to attend. A wonderful breakfast will be provided beginning at 7:30am for participating businesses as well as snacks provided throughout the morning. Farmer Charlie will join guest speaker Matthew McClanahan from Farm Bureau in the small exhibit building at the Complex. You are welcome to meet Charlie after the Career Fair at 10:45am and have your picture made with him and/or get an autograph. Vendors who wish to participate should call Nancy Hyder at 260-8868.

Eighth grade students who are planning to attend Stone Memorial High School are invited to attend 8th Grade Night on THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2015 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Parents will have an opportunity to obtain information regarding their children’s 9th grade experience at SMHS. If a parent is unable to attend, students are still welcome to participate on their own. All of those who plan to attend should arrive before 5:45 p.m. to allow for registration of students. Check in will take place in the gym lobby from 5:15 p.m. until 5:45 p.m. This is a wonderful opportunity for 8th grade students to become familiar with student life at Stone Memorial High School. The faculty and staff of Stone Memorial look forward to meeting our rising freshmen on MARCH 27th. Contact: Robert Gomez, Assistant Principal, Stone Memorial High School at 931-484-5767.

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

Express Lunch and Bean, Smith, & Burnett will be having a Ribs & Chicken “End of Frost” Dinner on Saturday March 28th at 6 pm to support Christmas on the Mountain. Christmas on the Mountain is a charity organization that helps supply Christmas gifts for underprivileged children in Cumberland County. Tickets are available in advance only, and are $25. Items on the menu include ½ rack of ribs, grilled, fresh green salad, and smoked baked potato. For tickets call Jason or Briana English at (931)-200-3074, or (423)-506-5965.

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!

Cumberland County, the City of Crossville, the Chamber of Commerce, and the Board of Education will conduct a series of workshops on how Crossville can begin to identify a vision for our future, and deciding as a community what is needed to achieve this vision. Entitled, “Conversations About Our Future, Crossville-Cumberland 2030”, meetings will be held throughout the county to give everyone a voice in building our future together. The intent of these meetings is to provide an opportunity to share your opinion and to acquire a broad and diverse representation giving a voice to all in this process. Some possible topics to be discussed: Education, job creation, work force development, recreational opportunities, cultural, social, etc. For this to be successful we need everyone to participate…this means YOU! Two meetings have already been scheduled: The first one will be held at Cumberland County High School on Tuesday, March 31, and the second meeting will take place at Stone Memorial High School on Thursday, April 2. Both meetings will begin at 5:30 p.m. and will last 90 minutes. Please register for this event by calling 931-787-1684 or send an email to crossville2030@crossvilletn.gov but don’t worry if you don’t get registered, just show up you anyway! If you want to participate, but cannot attend the meeting, please go to http://speakupcrossville.com and join the conversation about where you would like to see us in the year 2030. Visit us on Facebook and “like” our page: www.facebook.com/crossville-cumberland2030. If you have additional questions or comments, you may contact one of the Crossville-Cumberland 2030 partners: Cumberland County, City of Crossville, Crossville-Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce and the Cumberland County Board of Education.

Just For Kids Athletics coed t-ball/softball league.Ages 4-17 .You can register at Centennial park office mon-fri 8 am-4:30 pm or call 456-6632.The deadline to register is April 3rd.

The Plateau Corvette Club meeting for March 2015 has been change due to the weather. Please check the Clubs web site for a new meeting date. plateaucorvetteclub.com. April 2015 will be back to the first Thursday of the month at 5:30 pm at the Crossville Outlet Mall meeting room.

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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