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Sun, Mar 29
CHS cheerleading tryouts
Clinton High School cheerleading tryouts will be held at the CHS gym with two days of clinics starting on March 30 and March 31 from 4:15-6:30 p.m. each day.
Tryouts will be held on April 2 starting at 4:30 p.m.
Those that are interested can pickup a tryout packet from the front office; all forms due by March 13 (current physical is needed in order to tryout).
Wed, Apr 1
Call today for reservations of booth spaces at the Anderson County Fair July 13 - 18, 2015. Food and commerical booths are limited, already. Call today for a good spot. Call 755-3186, E. T. Stamey, vice president of the Anderson County Fair, or go to Andersoncountyfairtn.com.
Sun, Apr 5
Norris Lions Club Yard Sale
The Norris Lions Club Yard Sale will be May 1-2 and will be held next to the Bethel Baptist Church.
Look in your attic, your garage, your basement, and your kitchen cabinets. There’s stuff you haven’t used in ages —but you can put it to good use. Donate these great items to the Norris Lions Club Yard Sale and help the Lions give the gift of sight.
Collections will be Saturdays, April 11, 18, and 25 at the log barn on Deer Ridge (behind the Norris Service Station, next to Shimmerz) — 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Look for the signs!
Please, no old televisions and no electronics that don’t work.
They do not accept clothing for this sale.
Veteran's Recognition Night at CHS
Clinton High School baseball will have Veteran’s Recognition Night on Monday, April 6 prior to their game with Oak Ridge.
Veterans will receive free admission and one free meal compliments of Riverview Grill. Veterans may begin eating at 5 p.m. Veteran’s recognition ceremony will begin at 6:15 p.m. with the game immediately following.
The veterans’ meal is sponsored by Vernon’s Burnins.
Sun, Apr 12
Coal Creek Miners Museum cleanup scheduled
The Coal Creek Miners Museum board/volunteers and the City of Rocky Top have been applying for grants to fund the remodel of the new Coal Creek Miners Museum building.
Before the holidays, they applied for an Appalachian Resource Commission grant and two other grants from private foundations.
Meanwhile, a Spring Cleaning Day will be held at the future home of the museum.
If you would like to help, plan on meeting at the future museum on Saturday, April 11 at 9 a.m. They will work until noon.
Reunion for CHS Class of 1961
The 1961 class of Clinton High School will hold it’s 54th reunion on Saturday, April 11, at the Cove Lake State Park from 12 noon until 6 p.m., with a BBQ dinner being served at 2 p.m.
We will also have a get-together around the campfire at the Cove Lake State Park at 3 p.m. on Friday, April 10.
Contact Jim Paul Pemberton at (865) 457-1702 for more information and registration.
The classes of 1959, 1961 and 1962 are also invited.
Sun, Apr 26
The Church of God of the Union Assembly Fourth Annual Benefit Golf Tournament
The Church of God of the Union Assembly Fourth Annual Benefit Golf Tournament is scheduled for Saturday, April 25 at 8:30 a.m.
This year the golf tournament will take place at Centennial Golf Course.
Team entry is $280 for four golfers. Each golfer receives breakfast, lunch, cart, and goodie bag.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. They include:
• Title sponsor ($1,500) — Team entry (four golfers), business cards placed in all goodie bags, and company named featured on banner, flyers, advertisements, literature, and newspaper listings.
• Charter sponsor ($750) — Team entry (four golfers), business cards placed in all goodie bags, and company named featured on beverage station.
• Premier sponsor ($350) — Team entry (four golfers), tee sign with company name on it placed at a tee box, and business cards placed in all goodie bags.
• Tee sponsor ($100) — Tee sign with company name placed at a tee box.
Call (865) 765-4322 for more information.
Sun, May 31
2015 U.S. 25 Yard Sale
The 2015 U 25 Yard Sale event, to be held June 4-6, will stretch from Woodfin, N.C. and Clinton Tenn. to Covington, Ky. along U.S. 25, U.S. 25E and U.S. 25W with a few short spur routes included.
Almost very city, village and town along the 565 mile route participates. It’s an opportunity for non-profits, church and school groups to set up shop and make some money.
If you’d like to participate, consult local officials as to permit requirements, set up legally and safely along or close to U.S. 25, price it to sell and go for it! You will have more luck if you set up on at a site along the main road or use extra visible signage, because getting these shoppers off US 25 and down a side road will be tough. They’re on a mission!
No use of the road right-of-way is permitted and those who set up to sell must control parking and are responsible for clean-up when you are finished.
There is no charge.
For more info for Anderson County call 865-457-4542 or for general info about the sale call 859-779-3005.