|Appalachian Regional Coalition on Homelessness|
Subject: Veteran Services
Are you a veteran or a family member facing a rental eviction, utility disconnect, homelessness, or living on the streets? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, then ARCH may be able to assist you. Please call 423.928.2724 ext. 105 and talk to our Intake Coordinator between 8 am and 5 pm. Veterans must have a copy of their DD214 before receiving services. If you do not have a copy of your DD214 ARCH can assist you in obtaining a copy.
For More Information, contact: Alyssa Roberts
|Carter County Arts Council|
Subject: Art Exhibit
Carter Arts Presents: The Many Talents of Carter County.
The new Carter County Arts Council brings an event that showcases the artistry of Carter County. It features artistic creations by the county high schools with all high school art teachers invited to submit student works. In addition, other local artists are invited to include their works of art as part of the show. This event is co-sponsored by the Elizabethton Parks and Recreation and director Mike Mains.
The event runs May 2, 3, 4, Friday through Sunday. Friday and Saturday we operate from 1PM to 8PM. Visit us at the Sunday showing from 1PM to 4PM. This gallery is at 136 S. Sycamore Street in Elizabethton, the home of the Parks and Recreation offices. Friday and Saturday nights, beginning at 6PM, we also bring you live musical entertainment from local artists ranging from blue grass, old time, with flat foot dancing.. The musicians include favorites Art Lang and Cathy Ciolac, Dividing Ridge, Thistle Dew, Big Daddy Banjer and the Hurdy Gurdy Girls. Join us on Facebook. For questions, or if you would like to be a presenter, write to CarterArtsof_TN @yahoo.com. Or call 926 – 5577.
For More Information, contact: Scott Snell, President of Carter Arts
Phone: (423) 926-55755
Website: http://see us on Face Book
|SNEEDVILLE/HANCOCK CHAMBER & COMMUNITY PARTNERS INC.|
Subject: BEANS & BLUEGRASS
2nd Annual Beans & Bluegrass, FRIDAY MAY 2nd, 2014 @ HANCOCK COUNTY MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM. ADMISSION IS $5.00 PER PERSON WHICH ENTITLES PARTICIPANT TO A MEAL OF SOUP BEANS, CORNBREAD, COLE SLAW, DESSERT, DRINK, OR HOT DOGW/CHILLI PLUS LOTS OF FUN FILLED MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT FROM LOCAL GROUPS SUCH AS TENNESSEE BORDERLINE, THE GIBSONS, HANCOCK COUNTY ARTS, & OTHER SPECIAL LOCAL TALENTS. PROFITS COLLECTED FROM EVENT WILL BE DONATED TO THE BRIAR CREEK CHURCH REBUILDING FUND.
For More Information, contact: JANET COLLINS 423-300-1020
Phone: SUE 733 9892
Email: TREVA 423 300 9261
|Stickleyville School Community Center Association-SSCCA|
Subject: Spring Bazaar
"Attention" If you are a vendor who makes crafts such as primitive decor or other hand made items. The Stickleyville School Community Center Association- SSCCA. Will be hosting a Spring Bazaar on May 3rd. We are located in Lee County Va. We are still looking for vendors to sell their items. So if you sell tools, decor, or other unique items please contact Theresa Smith @ 276-594-2864. Thank you
For More Information, contact: Theresa Smith
|East End Christian Church|
Subject: Ladies Christian Fellowship
May 1st, 2014 @ 6:30pm
Place: East End Christian Church
1216 Texas Ave, Bristol VA
Area wide Christian Ladies Fellowship, there will be singing,dinner and service.
Theme is "Prayer is the Key that unlocks the Heart"
For More Information, contact: Dianna Murray
|Friends of the Johnson City Dog Park|
Subject: Doggie Treat Seek
Friends of the Johnson City Dog Park will be hosting our annual Doggie Treat Seek - April 26th at Winged Deer Lake Front Festival Plaza. $5.00 per dog. Events include Treat Seek, Pupcake Walk, Vendors, Pooch Parade, Free Photo of you and your dog. Registration starts at 11:00. Events start at 11:30
Vendor spaces are free. We request a donation of a gift to be given away at the Treat Seek but it is not mandatory.
For More Information, contact: Jennifer Kirkby
|Unionville AME Church, 1330 Swimig Pen Rd, Mayesville SC, Rev Alvin E. Webb, Pastor|
Subject: Relay 4 Life Jamboree
On Saturday, April 26 starting at 10am free activities: bowling pin knock down, basketball, golf, double dutch, horse back riding with adult supervision, Hula Hoop and Bingo. Cars washed for a low fee, At 10 am 2 mile walk and at 12:30 pm 2 mile bike ride. The day will conclude with a Gospel Sing Out at 3 pm with Singing Cousins, Ketch Hall Ensemble and Sounds of Gospel. Fried fish, hot dogs, hamburgers, french fries, sausage and soft drinks available for purchase. COME AND ENJOY THE DAY WITH US.
For More Information, contact: Unionville Church Office