A Veteran's Day Program will be held Tuesday, November 11 at the DeKalb County Complex at 9:30 a.m. sponsored by the American Legion Post 122. Entertainment by the DCHS Band and Chorus. The guest speaker is Norman J. Nuismer, Middle Tennessee Vice Commander. For more information contact Ronnie Redmon at 615-597-6240
The Town of Alexandria, home of the Spookiest Folks on Earth, welcome you to the 11th annual Boo Bash on Saturday, October 25. It starts around 6:00 p.m. and ends at 8:00 p.m. It's a not so scary Halloween for kids age 12 and younger. Come trick or treat at featured theme decorated homes on West Main Street. To be held rain or shine. Parking is Free! West Main Street will be closed from the square to Academy Street at the West Main Baptist Church.
The City of Smithville will close a portion of West Bryant Street from College Street to Food Lion on Thursday, October 23 for street repairs, a project that is expected to take at least a week to complete. The closure will remain in effect until at least Thursday, October 30.
The DeKalb County Commission meeting will be held on Monday, October 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the upstairs courtroom of the DeKalb County courthouse.
The agenda is as follows:
Discuss House Road (County Attorney Hilton Conger)
Update Occupational Safety and Health Program Plan
Sales Tax Report
Discuss Vacancy on School Board
Any other business properly submitted
Applications will be available for the 19th Annual Angel Tree Project from Monday, October 27th through Monday, November 3rd.
Spokesperson Laura Stone said that the application turn in date has been set for one day only. "Applications can be picked up October 27th through November 3rd. You will continue to pick up your applications at the Department of Human Services, but the application must be returned in person on November 4th at the Smithville First Baptist Church Life Enrichment Center," she said.
"Completed applications will have to be returned to the First Baptist Church Life Enrichment Center Building in downtown Smithville (on the corner across from First Baptist) on Tuesday, November 4th from 9am to 7pm. Applications not returned to the Church LEC Building on this day WILL NOT be accepted. There are no exceptions to the requirements of the application process. It is very important that you understand we will only accept applications this one day only," said Stone.
"Applications can only be picked up at the Department of Human Services on October 27th through November 3rd and can only be returned to the Church LEC Building on November 4th. In addition to bringing the completed application, applicants must provide photo identification of the person applying and social security cards and birth certificates for ALL children listed on the application. We will only be keeping the application; all other documents will be returned to the applicant. If an applicant cannot appear in person, their application can be submitted by a family member as long as all of the required information is presented." Stone continued.
"Eligible children must live in DeKalb County and be no older than age 12 by December 25, 2014. The Department of Human Services will only be passing out the applications. Nothing will be returned to them and any questions should be directed to Laura Stone at 615-464-7135". DO NOT contact DHS or anyone at the LEC pickup location under any circumstances; you may jeopardize your application," she said.
Stone adds that "the Angel Tree has been such a tremendous success in the past and with economic times extremely tough for many in our area, we want this years Angel Tree to be no exception. The Angel Tree helps so many families who are struggling to make ends meet. It is sad to think about, but many of these children would not otherwise have a single present for Christmas. With the economy still struggling, we are expecting demand to be high."
Free Computer Classes will be held in the Motlow classroom at the DeKalb County Complex - 722 S. Congress Blvd - call Justin Potter Library at 615-597-4359 to reserve a seat.
• Excel Basics - Monday, Nov. 3rd, 10th and 17th 5:00 – 7:00 pm (3-session course)
A meeting of the DeKalb/Cannon County Amateur Radio Club will be held on Thursday, October 30th, 2014 - 6:30 PM at the Cannon County High
School, 1 Lion Drive - Room 115, Woodbury, TN 37190. All local amateur radio operators and those interested in amateur radio
are invited to attend.
Amateur radio operators also called “hams” communicate with other operators in the local area, statewide, nationally, and even worldwide. Hams also aid during times of emergencies with vital communication links. The DeKalb/Cannon County Amateur Radio Club is an affiliated club of the American Radio Relay League. Call 615-597-9563 for more information or check out the club's webpage at http://www.dccarc.org.
The DeKalb County Health Department will hold a flu clinic on Thursday, November 6 from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. No appointment necessary!
A Fundraising potluck dinner will be served at the Midway Community Center on Saturday, November 8 at 5:00 p.m. Bring a dish to share with everyone. Come, enjoy the food and have a wonderful time. Donations will be accepted at the door. An auction will be held at 6:00 p.m. For more information call Tina at 615-557-7685 or Pat at 615-684-3589
The DeKalb County Republican Party will host a Meet and Greet for the Republican Nominees at the County Complex beginning at 6:00 p.m. Monday, October 27 followed by a showing of the film God Is Not Dead at 7:00 p.m. Both events are free. There will be popcorn and drinks provided. The film is based on the life story of Ming Wang and he will be performing in person during Monday night's Meet and Greet.
2606 McMinnville Hwy
Smithville, TN 37166
Phone: 615 597-4265
FAX: 615 597-6025