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All Crossville Parks and Rec games and practices are rained out for Monday April 7th
The City of Crossville is notifying residents of a security breach on their website. According to city officials, one of the Cityís internal websites was accessible through the Google search engine, exposing the banking information belonging to approximately 2100 customers who had enrolled in water departmentís the automatic bank draft program as well as many city employees. Officials say they have not received any reports of irregularities on bank statements. Letters have been sent to all individuals who may have been affected by this breach. Affected customers will be provided a free 1 year membership to Lifelock, in order to monitor banking and credit information. If you suspect fraudulent activity on your accounts, you are urged to contact your financial institution immediately.
Crossville City residents are reminded that Yard Sale permits are required before holding sales. Permits can be obtained in the City Clerkís office at 392 N. Main at no charge. Property owners are limited to 5 three-day sales during the calendar year. More information and application forms are available at crossvilletn.gov
The Cumberland County Health Department/Community Health Center and Fairfield Glade Lions Club will be conducting FREE hearing and vision screenings at the health department on Thursday from 9 am to 12:00 noon. The Kids Sight screening is for children 12 months to 5 years; Regular vision screening ages 6 years and up and hearing screening ages 5 years and up. The health department is located at 1503 South Main Street. For more information please call 484-6196 or 707-2554.
The Tennessee Golf Association has partnered with Stonehaus Winery to produce TGA Blanc, a commemorative white wine which coincides with the associationís centennial anniversary. TGA Blanc features a unique label which incorporates images of the golf course and clubhouse at Memphis Country Club, the exact location where the Tennessee Golf Association was founded on June 5, 1914. In an effort to help the association continue to promote the game of golf across the state, Stonehaus Winery has agreed to donate part of the proceeds from the sale of this commemorative wine back to the TGA.