Cooking Matters for Adults Sept. 5

Cooking Matters for Adults is a four-week program designed to help adults improve their basic cooking skills while also learning how to save money! There is no registration fee, but spaces in the class are limited and must be reserved. Call the UT Extension—Chester County office at 989-2103 for more information or to register for the class.

Walk Across Tennessee Sept. 8

Walk Across Tennessee is an eight-week fitness program designed to increase the daily physical activity of Tennesseans. Participants can form walking teams or participate on an individual basis. Call the UT Extension—Chester County office at 989-2103 for more information or follow us on Facebook atUT Extension—Chester County.

Big Country Breakfast and Bake Sale Sept. 14

Montezuma Community Center will host another BIG Country Breakfast and Bake Sale from 7-10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 14. The meal will include sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs, homemade biscuits, gravy and drink. The cost is $6 per plate. Come early to get the best selection from the bake sale. This fundraiser is part of why we are able to keep the center open. We appreciate the support we receive from the community. 

Class of 1979 Reunion Sept. 14

The Class of 1979 will hold their 40th Class Reunion at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14,  at Pam Burse’s home in Jackson. Cost is $20 per person. Call 731-616-9673 for more information.

Trice Street Neighborhood Stew Sept. 14

The Annual Trice Street Neighborhood Stew will be Saturday, Sept. 14, at 543 and 563 Trice St. at the homes of Darlene Jones and Matilda Massengill. Bring all donations of meat on Friday, Sept. 13, and all vegetables before 8 a.m. Saturday morning. Fellowship begins around 2 p.m. We will have Bingo and checker games. Feel free to bring your own lawn chairs.

Dodge Ball Tournament Sept. 14

Chester County High School Freshmen Class is sponsoring a DODGE BALL TOURNAMENT at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, at the CCHS gym. Teams must consist of six players, and cost is $50 per team. First place will receive entry fee back plus bragging rights and a “SOON-TO-BE” coveted Dodge Ball trophy. We want all ages to play, and it will be tournament style double elimination. For more information please call 731-616-6840 or email ellen.brown@chestercountyschools.org.  

Miss Chester County Barbeque Festival Competition Sept. 15

Miss Chester County Barbeque Festival Scholarship Competition will be on Sunday, Sept. 15, at 4 p.m. at Williams Auditorium. This Scholarship Competition is a preliminary for Miss Tennessee 2.0.  For more information, please contact the Henderson|Chester County Chamber of Commerce office at 989-5222.

Republican Meeting Sept. 16

The next quarterly meeting of the Chester County Republican Party is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 16, at 6:30 p.m. at Henderson City Hall upstairs, 121 Crook Avenue in Henderson. All Republicans and conservatives are invited to arrive early to mingle and listen to some inspiring patriotic music. After a (brief) business meeting, the guest speaker will be our own Tennessee state senator Dolores R. Gresham who will speak on various Chester County and GOP issues. Senator Gresham represents District 26 which includes Chester County. At the conclusion of those remarks, a door prize of a beautiful nylon 3’ x 5’ American flag will be awarded to one lucky attendee. For more information, please call Paul Martin, Secretary to the Chester County GOP, at 903-445-4913 or find us on Facebook at ChesterCountyTNGOP.

CC Retired Teachers Meeting Sept. 18

Chester County Retired Teachers will meet at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 18, at Snookum’s. The sponsor is First Bank. The service project is school supplies. Melinda Parker will give a presentation on the Special Education Program.

Elections 101 Sept. 19

Have you ever wondered what happens in the Election Office when there isn’t an election?  Have you considered running for office, but aren’t sure what that involves?  Have you ever listened to the news and wondered if your vote is really secure or could the local elections be hacked?  Have you ever gone to vote and wondered why you had to choose a Republican or Democratic ballot?  Get answers to all this and more by attending Elections 101 Thursday, Sept. 19, from 6-7:30 p.m. in the upstairs classroom of City Hall. To learn more or reserve your spot, call the Chester County Election Office at 989-4039.     

Pig Trot 5K Sept. 28

The Pig Trot 5K will take place at 8 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, at No Xcuse Fitness, 123 Front St. in Henderson. There will be a 5K and one mile run. Cost is $25 for the 5K and $20 for the one mile. Proceeds benefit Relay for Life. Pick up a form at FirstBank, or register online at racesonline.com. Pre-registration end Sept. 16. (Add $5 after Sept. 16)

Mifflin Day Oct. 5

The Mifflin Day Event is planned for SatuRday, Oct. 5, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Mifflin Store, Hwy. 200 in Mifflin. Anyone wanting to help with the event is welcome. Also, cakes are needed for the cakewalk. Donations are welcome. The Friendship and Glendale Community is especially welcome to help. In case of rain, the event will be held inside the store. For more information, contact Sissy at 731-616-7307, Nancy at 662-603-3047 and Rachel at 989-7394.

Harvest Festival Oct. 5

The Harvest Festival will be at the Milledgeville City Park starting at 11 a.m. Oct. 5. The Yearly Auction will begin at 2 p.m. No admissions will be charged. Bring a chair and enjoy a day of festivities, food and drink. Something for everyone. Vendors are welcome. For more information, call 616-1952/439-5771. If no answer, leave a message.

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