Tennessee Master Beef Producer Planned
DCHS presents Open House
DeKalb Middle School Chili/Soup Supper/ Silent Auction
Church Fish Fry
8th Annual Chili Supper and Silent Auction to benefit the Angel Tree Fund and Alexandria Fire Department
American Legion and Ladies' Auxiliary Meeting
Haven of Hope Golf Tournament
“Smithville’s Unquiet Dead: A Haunted History Tour”
27th Annual DeKalb County Angel Tree Project Signups Coming Soon
County Commission to Host Workshop on Guidelines of American Rescue Plan Act
Fall Church Bazaar
Snow Hill Baptist Church Food Giveaway
DeKalb County Fair Hosting "Fright at the Fairgrounds" October 30
Habitat Chili Cook-Off and Bake Sale October 22
DCHS Tigerettes to Host Alumni Softball Game
Indian Creek Baptist Church Fall Fest
Smithville Senior Center To Take Appointments for Medicare Counseling
Justin Potter Library October Events
DeKalb County School Calendar
Evans Family Reunion Canceled
Volunteers needed for working at Whorton Springs Cemetery
UCHRA Commodities Distribution
Malone's Chapel Baptist Church
Malone's Chapel Baptist Church at 6634 Walker Creek Road Alexandria, Tn. will be holding their Revival Sunday, Oct 17th @6pm. Mon. Oct 18th thru Wed. Oct 20th services will start @7pm with Bro. Seth Presley preaching each night. Tristan Pope and brothers will be singing Tuesday night and Allie Presley on Wednesday night. Please, come and join us for this blessed event.
DEA National Drug Take Back Day October 23
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is set for Saturday, October 23. As part of this major health and safety initiative, the DeKalb Prevention Coalition will host this take-back event at Smithville City Hall and the Alexandria City Hall from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
The public will be provided the opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs. (Sites cannot accept liquids, needles or sharp instruments, only pills or patches.) The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked. For more information please email DeKalb Prevention Coalition at email@example.com or call 615-580-9290. Please access Don Cantrell Street between the city hall and new police department building to the drug take-back drop off location downtown Smithville.
Smithville Boo Bash Set for October 29
As Halloween falls on a Sunday this year, the 10th annual “Smithville Boo Bash” event is scheduled for Friday, October 29th, 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
The City plans to block off streets around the public square starting at 11:30 a.m. Friday morning.
“We will be conducting this event as safely as we possibly can again this year. We encourage businesses to set up outside if possible and parents to incorporate masks into your child’s costume,” said spokesperson Beth Adcock.
Any business that would like to set up a tent and participate, contact Beth Adcock at 615-597-8210 ext 1.
During the Smithville Halloween Boo Bash, the Smithville-DeKalb County Chamber will be sponsoring the Best Costume Contest and Best Decorations for participating Smithville businesses and offices. To enter, take a picture with your cell phone and send it to 615-464-7760 by 1 PM on Friday, October 29th. Winners will be presented a “Boo Bash” Best Costume or Best Decoration award, local media and social media recognition, winner announcements on the November WJLE Chamber Chat Radio and DTC TV program, and most important – “bragging rights!”
Veterans Service Officer Ready to Assist
Are you a veteran in need of assistance? DeKalb County has a Veteran's Service Officer ready to help you, not only with filing claims, but for conversations about your service.
Retired military service officer Bill Rutherford is located on the first floor of the DeKalb County Courthouse and is ready to offer assistance. He is available for in-office visits each Tuesday and Thursday or can be reached by telephone at any time at 615-560-3610.
DeKalb County appreciates the service of all veterans and is proud to provide this service.
Second Annual Pumpkin Festival Coming to Smithville
The second annual Pumpkin Festival will be coming to downtown Smithville on the public square October 23 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. featuring over 100 arts and crafts vendors along with food vendors, a fun zone for kids, helicopter rides, and a pumpkin patch. There will be something for everyone. Come on out and join in for a start to the fall season. Admission is free! If you are interested in becoming a vendor call Angela at 931-259-3413 or Tracey at 615-580-1489 . You may also find them on Facebook at Center Hill Events. Downtown streets will be closed late Friday night, October 22 (same streets as during the Fiddlers Jamboree) and will remain closed until the festival is over at 4 p.m. Saturday, October 23)
DCHS Tiger Football Schedule
The 2021 DCHS Football schedule is as follows (* Region Opponent):
October 15: Upperman*- Home: 7 p.m.
October 22: Goodpasture- Home: 7 p.m.
October 29: Stone Memorial*- Away: 7 p.m.