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The Art Circle Public Library in Crossville is offering a free program that will allow children the opportunity to practice their reading skills by reading to a therapy dog. Each child who signs up will be assigned a trained and licensed therapy dog for a 15-minute supervised session. Children may bring a blanket and their own reading materials or choose a book from the Children’s Library. To register your child, call the Library at 931-484-6790 ext. 243. The dates are Monday’s October 10th and October 24th from 4 to 5 p.m. and Tuesday’s October 11th and October 25th from 2 to 3 p.m. The therapy dog reading sessions are free.
This October there will be three Mad Science Fridays at the Art Circle Public Library in Crossville. Join Mr. Brian in the Cumberland Meeting Room from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. on October 7th, 14th and 21st. Mad Science Friday activities are open only to kids ages 7-11 and their parents/caregiver who are registered. Registration for each Friday must be completed by 4 p.m. on the previous Tuesday. Space is limited, so register early by calling 931-484-6790, ext. 229.
Former Crossville Police Chief, Rodney Shoap, has submitted his application for the position of Crossville City Manager. The list of applicants has grown to 28 with the latest applicants being: Michael Putt, Sr, of Memphis; David Burkett of Apple Valley, CA; Jennifer James-Mesloh of Marquette, MI; Harry Staven of Richland, WA; and Ashley Lockhard of Holly Springs, NC.
NASHVILLE – More than 90 newly certified officers will graduate at 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 30 from the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy (TLETA) during a ceremony to be held at Hermitage Hills Baptist Church at 3475 Lebanon Pike in Hermitage, Tenn. The event will coincide with the 50th anniversary celebration of TLETA as Tennessee’s leading law enforcement training organization.
Basic Police School Class 1799’s members will serve numerous police departments, sheriffs’ offices and state agencies, including the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office.
Guests should use the parking lot located on Juarez Drive directly across from Hermitage Hills Baptist Church. This is the only lot to be used for the graduation. Entrance to the church is directly across the street. Please enter through the church’s main entrance.
The next Basic Police School class begins Sunday, Oct. 2 with graduation set for Thursday, Dec. 22.
The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department is pleased to announce that the Rinnie Community Safe Watch and Pugh Cemetery Road Safe Community have joined the Operation: Safe Communities Program.
If you would like to make your community a safer by joining the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department Operation: Safe Communities Program call (931) 246-9882.