The Lawrence County Horse Club invites you to joins us at our next meeting. On November 3rd all 4th through 12th graders are welcome to learn about horses and have fun doing it. You do not have to own a horse to visit, simply come to the Tennessee Extension office (on Buffalo Road, next to the Health Department) at 5:30 pm. There is no cost or pre-registration required even though the benefits are priceless! Call with question 931-762-5506. Programs in agriculture and natural resources, 4-H youth development, family and consumer sciences, and resource development. Extension provides equal opportunities in programs and employment.
Local resident Ardeen Walters gave a presentation to the Lawrenceburg City Council Thursday morning on the Trail of Tears. For the past seventeen years Walters has dedicated much of his time to identify the route of the Trail of Tears through Lawrence County.
The 2014-2015 year for Lawrence County High School’s Virtual Enterprise Firm Alpha & Omega is off to a wonderful start! All employees were interviewed and placed into their respective positions and have been enjoying a busy year thus far! They have been learning the “ins and outs “of their positions and preparing for the Midwest Region Trade Fair in Pigeon Forge, TN this November. They are working diligently and are prepared for a successful business year!
This year’s staff include: Cord Perry-CEO, Hannah Nelson-CFO, Dru Peppers -CMO, Madison Johns-CAO, Cassie Hobbs - VP of Accounting , John Calvin Bryant – VP of Administration, Gracee Curtis- VP of Human Resources, Kat Caruso – VP of Marketing, Lydia Runions – VP of Sales & Purchasing, Seth Kelso – Director of Invoicing, Beth Porter- Director of Payroll, Jordan Burdette- Administrative Assistant, Claire Dezember – Director of Public Relations, Axel Womble – Web Design, Sandy Fowler – Product Design, Ceci Cayll- Director of Advertising & Promotions, Cade Rohling – Director of Sales, and Megan Littrell- Director of Shipping and Inventory.
Summertown High School's Future Business Leaders of America recently attended the Tennessee Titans Learning Lab at LP Field in Nashville, TN. The students learned about the "behind the scene" business aspect of what it takes to run an NFL team. The day consisted of a tour of LP Field as well as an opportunity to listen to presentations from various Titans Executives. As part of the event, students received tickets to attend the Titans vs Colts game on December 28th.
For the fourth year in a row, the Lady Mustangs Volleyball team is state bound.
Governor Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty announced Wednesday that Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds in the amount of $525,000 have been awarded to Lawrence County to be used for the purpose of waterline extensions.
Leoma 6th grade students have recently learned the results of the Americanism Essay Contest sponsored by the Loretto American Legion Ladies Auxilliary. Members of the Auxilliary are pictured with teacher Nicki Hartsfield and winners Eli Hartsfield (1st), Aaron Hopper ( 3rd) and Jamison Rhea (2nd). Eli's essay went on to win at the state level and has been entered into the National contest. Leoma School is very proud of each of these students for their hard work !
Police officials are seeking public assistance in an attempt to identify a woman who has recently passed counterfeit checks at Rite Aid in Lawrenceburg, as well as both the Summertown and Mt. Pleasant Super Rama stores.
LCHS Big Gold Machine band members won grand championships! First time in 23 years!
Congratulations to the Loretto High School Band! This past weekend Saturday, September 13, they performed at the Station Camp Marching Invitation in Gallatin Tennessee. The Band, Color Guard and Percussion all won 1st place honors in their class. The band director is Darrell Boston and the guard is instructed by Kalee Richardson. Awesome job band. Shown with their trophies are (L-R) Ethan Purser, Natasha Spurgeon, Emily Randolph, Alyssa Colman and Aaron Hunt.
Early this morning a car was traveling south and crashed into the cafeteria of Leoma Elementary School. Cafeteria employees were on campus but were not injured.
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