The Blue Springs Community Center Renovation is completed and the facility is available for rent.. Call 615-215-7938 or 615-948-4426
DeKalb Animal Coalition Presents "Fish on the Steeple" with DeKalb County Historian Thomas G. Webb on Saturday, May 30 at 7:00 p.m. at the DeKalb County Complex, History Room. Admission is $10 per person. Light refreshments will be available. Proceeds from this evening's entertainment will go toward building a new animal shelter for our community. All contributions are tax deductible. Learn about the book that scandalized Smithville in the 1930's. Learn the identity of Smithville's citizens upon whom the books characters were based. Learn why the book was banned (and barred) in some circles. Take a look at 1930's Smithville.
The Liberty Senior Citizens will be having a Fundraiser Yard Sale Thursday and Friday June 4 & 5 from 8:00 a.m. until ? Come see us
" you never know what treasures you'll find"
Meanwhile, the Town of Liberty's Annual Yardsale will be June 6 from 7:30 a.m. until? rain or shine, no commercial vendors please....
HG Staffing has immediate openings available on the first and second shift at Shiroki North America in Smithville. New employees are eligible for full time employment after 90 days. New employees get pay raises after 90 days. Employees work 40 plus hours per week. Apply at the UCHRA office in Smithville on Tuesdays from 9-11 a.m. Call HG Staffing at 931-743-6627 or 615-215-1482 to arrange an appointment or for more information.
The Keith and Wilson Family Reunion will be Sunday, June 7 at Green Brook Park .Bring a covered dish and plan to stay all day. Anyone related to the families are welcome to attend.
The Brush Creek Cemetery in Brush Creek, TN will hold decoration services and business meeting on Sunday, May 24 at 2:00 p.m. For anyone unable to attend, mail donations to Sue Collins, 18 Switchboard Rd., Brush Creek, TN 38547.
Smithville Computer Repair is real excited to be sponsoring a new radio show called Tech Talk that will start on Thursday May 14th at 8:00am till 8:30am. Tech Talk will be a radio show that will spotlight one local professional from the Smithville and Dekalb County area each week. They will have a topic that they will discuss and give all the listeners some interesting and valuable information on that topic. But that is not all Tech Talk wanted to involve the listeners so towards the end of the show the listeners will get to call in with their question for the guest. Now if you want more information about Tech Talk you can call Smithville Computer Repair at 615-318-1471 and speak with Elaine and she will be glad to answer all your questions.
Here is Tech Talk line up for the next 6 weeks so make sure to mark your calendars Thursday @ 8:00am
May 14th Dr. Jamie Fornabio with Wheeler Veterinary
May 21st Gary Malone with Eagle Point Financial
May 28th Michael Hale with Dekalb Funeral Chapel
June 4th Jeff James with Dekalb County Insurance
June 11th (myself) Dan DelaCruz with Smithville Computer Repair
June 18th Chris Summers with Fast Pace Urgent Care
Tech Talk is hoping for a big warm welcome to WJLE and that a lot of listeners will tune in on Thursday mornings at 8:00am to listen and call in with their questions.
The DeKalb County Schools Art Exhibit will be Saturday, May 30 from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. at the DeKalb County Complex at 712 South Congress Boulevard featuring arts from the students of DeKalb County. For more information contact Art Chairman Susan Hinton at 615-597-9300. This event is sponsored by the Smithville Study Club.
The DeKalb Soil Conservation District along with the TN Wildlife Resources Agency(TWRA) are giving away a free 1-10lb bag of wildlife food plot seed while supplies lasts. One bag will sow a ¼ acre. This will help feed the deer, turkeys and songbirds. The mix includes: Millet, Soybeans, Cow peas, and Black Oil Sunflower seeds.
Come by the Soil Conservation office located at the USDA Service Center, 647 Bright Hill Road.
Monday – Friday 8:00am – 4:00pm.
USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
The Fuston Cemetery in DeKalb County is in need of money for mowing the grass. J.C. Cantrell has been mowing it for all of these years without pay. His parents are buried there. Mr. Cantrell died last year. They have a guy who will mow it for $60 every two or three weeks, April through September. Some of the names of people buried there are the Taylors, Kirbys, Delongs, Judkins, Hicks, Cantrells, and others. The cemetery is located 1.8 miles out the Keltonburg Road (Highway 288) on the right. Go through the gate and then about a fourth of a mile to the cemetery. Please check and see if you have relatives buried there. A fund has been set up for this. You can send money or a check to Ivadell Randolph, 787 Keltonburg Road, Smithville 37166. Also note at the bottom of the check that this is for the Fuston Cemetery Fund. If you have questions call 615-597-5296, 615-597-7574, or 615-597-7643
2606 McMinnville Hwy
Smithville, TN 37166
Phone: 615 597-4265
FAX: 615 597-6025