The Loft hosted an open house last Friday to introduce the work of Benny Maggart, which will be on display and for sale there for the next several months. Maggart, a longtime pastor, was an art major at MTSU with a focus on pottery. He now makes delicate clay works, sold under the name “MaggArt Pottery.” For more information, call 666-2083.
Citizens Bank, both Main and square locations, held a bake sale to benefit Relay for Life on Friday, April 18. Main branch, L-R: Linda Capps, Amber McClanahan, Debbie Hughes, Regina West, Angie Doss, Renita Wilson.Square branch bakers, L-R: Janice Gammons, Tammye Hewitt, Arline Long (not pictured, Glenna Day).
At last week’s Rotary Club meeting, District Governor Fred Heitman spoke on April being Rotary Magazine Month, and espoused the benefits of keeping informed with the monthly magazine put out by Rotary International.Heitman also complemented the club on the plethora of awards it received at the recent District Conference, which included: Eradicator, Globe Award, STAR Club, Reach Award, Presidential Citation, District Governor Citation, 1st place Lacy-Bomar Award for Vocational...
Students from MCHS Service Learning Class presented at the State Conference in Franklin on March 11, 2014. Mrs. Vera Brewer submitted a proposal describing one of the many service projects her classes are involved in (Tiger Closet) and her students were invited to share details of this project at the conference. SL students gathered materials to be displayed in a booth with Mitchel Porter and Rachel Underwood doing power point presentation describing how the Tiger Closet began and how student...
On April 10th Red Boiling Springs Elementary School was lucky enough to host a visit from author Michael Shoulders. He gave three wonderful and exciting presentations to Pre K through 5th grade. He explained the process of writing and publishing a book. We would like to Thank Mr. Shoulders for coming to our school and giving our students an enjoyable time.Picture, L-R: Author Michael Shoulders, Instructional Leaders Rita Wilburn and Kelly Carnahan, Principal Michael Owens...
In addition to the winning groups pictured in last week’s Macon County Times, there was a 0-3 year old winner category, pictured L-R: Briella Jones, Alaya Hargrave, Bryson Elliott, with Radford West, President of Macon Bank & Trust Company.Submitted
On Tuesday, April 15, 27 students from Macon County High School traveled to Tennessee Technological University in Cookeville, TN to compete in the 58th Annual State-Wide High School Math Contest. There were over 350 students at this competition representing 14 different schools. We are proud of these students for their participation in this competition.
Macon County High School will be having a plant sale at the MCHS Greenhouse. Students have been growing and nurturing these plants for months.There are a variety of different types of vegetables such as; tomatoes, peppers, squash, cucumbers. There are also Charleston Gray Watermelon, and Heart of Gold Cantaloupe. Bedding plants include: begonias, hypoetes, marigolds, geraniums, impatiens, coleus, double petunias, dianthus and more. Hanging baskets: wave petunias, sweet potato vines...
Local artists are invited to enter their work in the...
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