Southwest Human Resource Agency opened its Central Kitchen last week. Executive Director Mike Smith stated that the kitchen is expected to serve between 1,000 to 5,000 children daily during the summer months as the summer food program gets underway.
First ever for Eagle baseball For the first time in the 103-year history of the school, the Chester County High School baseball team is headed to the state tournament. CCHS earned the right by winning its sectional showdown Saturday with Ripley, 6-1, coming from behind in the process. The Eagles faced off Tuesday night against Christ Academy of Knoxville, with results coming after press time. The tournament is taking place in Murfreesboro.
Chester County High School beat South Side twice last week, at South Side, in diamond studded fashion. The Eaglettes' softball won the district 14-AA championship with a 4-2 victory Thursday and the Eagles' baseball team did the same on Wednesday, May 11, defeating the South Side Hawks 8-4, with both contests taking place at South Side. CCHS came close to four district titles, as the Eagle soccer team was defeated by Lexington 2-1 in the title game Thursday, and the CCHS boys' tennis team finished second in the district back on May 9.
Southwest Human Resource Agency announces its sponsorship of the 2016 Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), which is administered at the state level by the Department of Human Services, under an agreement with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
From Saturday, May 28, through Monday, May 30, Shiloh National Military Park will be offering a variety of special events to the public, including a concert in the park, artillery demonstrations, special exhibits and ranger guided tours.
Well, it is another week. They roll around fast. I hope you all have an enjoyable week. Happy birthday wishes for this week go out to T.J. Appling on May 27; Sharon Mays on May 29; and June Davis on June 1. Hoping each of you has a wonderful day!
Hello from Enville! I hope everyone had a great week. We had a busy one, we played all of our ballgames (no rain outs), and we attended Awards Day at Jacks Creek Elementary and East Chester and many of you at other schools.
Hello to everyone! Greetings from the City. The very first thing I would like to say is THANK YOU Lord, for allowing us to see another week. The second thing I would like to say this week is THANK YOU!
The family, like the church, has specific responsibilities to its senior members. More and more the family must become involved in providing for their needs because of the limitations of other institutions and agencies to deal with the soaring increase in the numbers of the aging.
Forty Forks Baptist Church June 13-17Get ready for a boatload of excitement with Ocean Commotion during this year's VBS June 13-17, Monday-Friday, from 6-8 p.m., at Forty Forks Baptist Church; 672 Ed Barham Rd., Bethel Springs!