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Voting Information

Now - November 1: Putnam County
Putnam County Election Commission Office, County Services Drive, off S. Willow Ave.
8am-5pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
8am-7pm Thursday
9am-1pm Saturday

State law requires voters to show a valid Photo ID when they vote. Anyone who has questions can call the election office at 526-2566.

Now - November 1: DeKalb County
Dekalb County Election Office
12pm-5pm Monday
9am-1pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
2pm-6pm Thursday
9am-12pm Saturday

Now - November 1: White County
White County Courthouse
8am-4pm Monday-Friday
9am-12pm Saturday

Now - November 1: Fentress County
Fentress County Election Commission Office, 111 N. Norris St.
9am-4pm Monday-Friday
9am-12pm Saturday

Now - November 1: Cumberland County
Cumberland County Election Commission office at 2 S. Main St., Suite 105
8am-Noon Saturday
8am-5pm Monday - Thursday


 

Ongoing
 

Now - October 31: Girl Scout Troop Accepting Donations

Middle Tennessee Girl Scout Troop 2208 will be taking donations of blankets to the 20th Annual Operation Stand Down Nashville on October 31. The donations go to homeless veterans.

Now - October 31: All About You Salon Breast Cancer Fundraiser

All About You Salon is offering strips of pink hair color for just $5 per foil. All proceeds will go to support Komen of the Upper Cumberland for breast cancer awareness month! Call 372-8800 for an appointment and check out: www.Facebook.com/aaysalon1.

Now - November 1: Sparta Scarecrow Contest
Downtown Sparta

Contest is open to all individuals, businesses and organizations. Displays may be installed beginning October 15 and should completed by October 20. They may be taken down after October 31 and must be removed by November 17. They must be displayed around the courthouse grounds. Trees, light poles, etc.

Now - December 1: Volunteers Needed For TSSAA Blue Cross Bowl High School Football Championships

Hundreds of volunteers are needed to help make the TSSAA BlueCross Bowl High School Football Championships a memorable event for the players and their families. The championship games will be held at Tennessee Tech’s Tucker Stadium Nov. 29, 30 and Dec. 1. Ushers, ticket takers, parking attendants, souvenir program sales, and ticket sellers are needed. To volunteer or receive more information about volunteer opportunities, please contact Kristin Wells through the event’s website: www.CookevilleChampions.com or by contacting the Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce at (931) 526-2211.

Now - December 31: Youth Villages Seeking Foster Parents

Youth Villages is looking for people in Livingston and the surrounding counties to become foster parents to children who have suffered abuse or other issues and need a home. For more information, contact Matthew Clement at 525-6905 or matthew.clement@youthvillages.org

Now - December 31: Adult Education Classes In Overton County

Overton County Adult Education offices in Livingston and Hanging Limb are offering night classes for those interested in obtaining their GED and are accepting new students. Livingston classes are Wednesday nights from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Hanging Limb classes are Tuesday nights from 5-8 p.m. The programs are free of charge. For more information, contact 823-7761 or 445-7220.


Week of October 29

Monday, October 29-Friday, November 4: Applications For Deklab County Angel Tree Project Available
First Baptist Church LEC Building, Smithville

Applications will be available for the 17th Annual Angel Tree Project from Monday, October 29th through Friday, November 4th. Applications can be picked up October 29th through November 2nd. You will continue to pick up your applications at the Department of Human Services, but the application must be returned in person the following week to the Smithville First Baptist Church Life Enrichment Center.


Monday, October 29: Signups For Youth Basketball
Crossville-Cumberland County Youth Center, Crossville

Sign-ups for youth basketball ages 5-17 are underway through October 31. The cost is $50 per child. For more information, please call 484-9736.


Monday, October 29: Skywarn Spotter Training Class
First Baptist Church, 306 East Central Avenue, Jamestown
6:30pm

Skywarn is the National Weather Service program of trained volunteer weather spotters. Free and open to the public. No prior training is necessary and no pre-registration is required. For further information call Tom Johnstone at 615-754-4633.


Monday, October 29: Stop Smoking, Weight Loss, Stress And Tension Relief Seminar
DeKalb Senior Center, 104 East Main Street #209, Smithville
7pm

The nationwide non-profit organization, Health Awareness Clinics, is conducting a free Stop Smoking, Weight Loss, Stress and Tension Relief group hypnotherapy seminar. Anyone age 12 and over is welcome. There is no pre-registration, just arrive 30 minutes early. A $5.00 donation at sign-in is appreciated. For information call (314) 681-9208.


Tuesday, October 30: Tuesday At The Movies At The Library
Art Circle Public Library, Crossville
10am And 2pm

At 10am, see "Murder By Death" and at 2pm, see "Foul Play." All are free and open to the public, for more information please contact the library.


Tuesday, October 30: Meet The City Council Candidates Forum
Cumberland Meeting Room, Art Circle Public Library, Crossville
5pm-7pm

Bring your questions. Moderator will be Assistant Editor of the Crossville Chronicle Heather Mullinix. For more information, please contact the library at 484-6790.


Wednesday, October 31: First United Methodist Boo Bash
First United Methodist Church, Cookeville
6pm

The community is invited for a traditional Trunk or Treat. Festivities continue until the candy runs out!


Wednesday, October 31: Halloween Downtown
Downtown Smithville
10am-5pm

The Smithville Police Department is sponsoring Halloween Downtown, an event intended to give children the opportunity to trick or treat in a safe and friendly environment. At least thirty eight businesses will be joining the police department. There will be dressing up for Halloween and handing out candy. Children may trick or treat at any participating business.


Wednesday, October 31: Overton Co Rescue Squad Haunted House And Hayride
Wildwood Manor Bed And Breakfast, 361 Standing Stone Park Hwy, Hilham
6:30pm

Enjoy a haunted evening of fun for the whole family as the Overton County Rescue Squad co-hosts a funfilled evening of fall fun and festivities. $7.50/Adult, Children 3 and under free. For more information call 704-5510.


Wednesday, October 31: Republican Party Open House
Putnam Country Republican Party, 406 E Broad Street, Cookeville
10am-9pm

Bring the kids for a treat, costumes welcome. For more information call 528-1900.


Wednesday, October 31: Trunk or Treat
Parking lot at Boma 1st Church of God, 10630 Old Baxter Road
5: 30pm

Treats, cookies, hot cocoa.


Wednesday, October 31: Truth N Treasure Hunt Presented By First Baptist Church Of Crossville
First Baptist Church, 712 South Main Street
6pm-8pm

Sponsored by Generation Next Childrens Ministry.


Friday, November 2: Habitat Chili Cook-Off and Bake Sale
303 Building on Public Square, Smithville
10:30am

Habitat for Humanity of DeKalb County hosts its 9th annual Chili Cook-off and Bake Sale. Chili will be served from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. You can purchase your bowl for $5.00, eat all the chili you want, and vote for your favorite chili and the best decorated booth. Handmade pottery bowls will be available for $10.00. Delicious baked goods will also be for sale. For more information contact Tecia Pryor at 597-7370. To contact Habitat for Humanity of DeKalb County, call 215-8181.


Friday, November 2: Dekalb County Habitat Chili Cook-Off and Bake Sale
303 Building On Square, Smithville
10:30am-1pm

Habitat for Humanity of DeKalb County hosts its 9th annual Chili Cook-off and Bake Sale. Chili will be served from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. You can purchase your bowl for $5.00, eat all the chili you want, and vote for your favorite chili and the best decorated booth. Handmade pottery bowls will be available for $10.00. Delicious baked goods will also be for sale.


Friday, November 2: 10th Annual Mistletoe Market
Leslie Town Center, Cookeville
9am-7pm

The 10th Annual Mistletoe Market is a two-day shopping extravaganza that features 50 local boutiques under one roof and dining in the on-site Cafe. A Together We Care silent auction will also be held to benefit Friends of Cookeville/Putnam County Animals and will include unique auction items donated by generous businesses and artists. Admission to Mistletoe Market is a $2 donation to benefit the Together We Care program that helps 501c3 organizations offset their event costs to raise money for their special causes.


Saturday, November 3: Tee It Up For Life Golf Tournament
White Plains Golf Course, Cookeville
8:30am Registration

Tee It Up and White Plains Golf Course, in association with the Children’s Organ Transplant Association, are sponsoring a golf tournament to raise funds for a needed kidney transplant for local girl, Heather Dishman.


Saturday, November 3: John Allen Memorial Bass Fishing Tournament
Ragland Bottom Marina, Center Hill Lake

The entry fee is $150, per team of two. If you are interested in sponsoring this event please contact (931) 239-2008. Please come out to show your support to this family.


Saturday, November 3: 11th Annual Toys 4 Tots
Stewarts Auto Grooming, 426 West Broad Street, Smithville
10am

Enjoy good food, music, and free vendor sites. Trophies will be given for show. Please bring a "NEW" unwrapped toy. All toys will go to the "ANGEL TREE". Ride $15. Passenger $5. Ride and Show $25. Call 597-5775 for more information.


Saturday, November 3: Dekalb County Fall Cheer Clinic
Infinity Athletics
10am-2pm

For grades K-6. The cost is $30 per participant. Come join the 2012 DCHS Football Cheerleaders as they host a fun day of cheerleading at Infinity Athletics! The squad will be teaching a cheer, some chants, and a dance. Each participant will go home with a trophy as a keepsake for participating. Due to limited space, the deadline for the clinic is Wednesday, October 31 st 5 p.m. Call 215-9050 for more information.


Saturday, November 3: 10th Annual Mistletoe Market
Leslie Town Center, Cookeville
9am-2pm

The 10th Annual Mistletoe Market is a two-day shopping extravaganza that features 50 local boutiques under one roof and dining in the on-site Cafe. A Together We Care silent auction will also be held to benefit Friends of Cookeville/Putnam County Animals and will include unique auction items donated by generous businesses and artists. Admission to Mistletoe Market is a $2 donation to benefit the Together We Care program that helps 501c3 organizations offset their event costs to raise money for their special causes.


Sunday, November 4: The Book Of Revelation Series
Faith Presbyterian Church (OPC), 9177 Roberts Road, Silver Point
11am

Pastor Matt Figura is preaching a preaching series through the book of Revelation. This is no doubt a controversial and exciting book of the bible. The church welcomes all who want to attend. Service begins @ 11am.


Week of November 5

Wednesday, November 7: TN Department of Veteran Affairs outreach event
Community Center, 45 Cordell Hull Drive, Celina
10am-3pm

The Tennessee Department of Veterans' Affairs, in partnership with the U. S. Department of Veterans' Affairs and American Legion Post 18, will conduct a Veterans Outreach Event. The event will serve Clay, Macon, Pickett, Jackson, and Overton counties and is open to Veterans of the Armed Forces, Reserves, National Guard, their survivors and dependents. For more information call Sarah Tinch at 526-6929.