CROSSVILLE — Michelle Matson has worked in the investment and financial services industry for 21 years. Matson “grew up” in the financial industry, learning about investing by observation, experience, as well as planning and attending many investing seminars for both investors and financial professionals. Currently, Matson is the vice president of Matson Money, a full service registered investment advisor firm, that currently manages $3.8 billion in assets. Matson is the author of "Rich Chick: The Nine Must-Have Accessories Every Girl Needs To Create Financial Confidence, Independence, And Freedom…The Smart Way," a book geared towards women who want to have the confidence, independence and freedom that taking charge of their financial future can provide. Based on the concept that every woman deserves to feel confident and secure about her financial future, "Rich Chick" makes investing and saving for retirement simple, fun and doable for every woman. Any woman can be the heroine of her own "happily ever after," and become a “Rich Chick!” The public is invited; however, seating is limited. If you’d like additional information please call 484-4911.
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Haslam to sign changes to Hall Income Tax
Governor Bill Haslam will visit Fairfield Glade at 2:45 p.m. May 28 to publicly sign new legislation involving Tennessee's Hall Income Tax.
Memorial Day ceremony set Monday at 11 a.m.
The Cumberland County Veterans Council will sponsor a Memorial Day Ceremony Monday, May 27, 2013, at the Cumberland County Memorial Veterans Park across the street from the Cumberland County Courthouse.
Drug Take Back program collects 438 pounds of unused, unwanted drugs from residents
The second annual Cumberland County Drug Take Back program collected a total of 438 pounds of unwanted drugs from area residents for disposal by the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Aaron Elmore becomes newest KOTR board member
Kids on the Rise (KOTR) recently elected Aaron Elmore to serve on the Board of Directors. Aaron was born and raised in Cumberland County Tennessee. He graduated from CCHS in 1998 and has worked for the past 5 years at TAP Printing Company.
Read the latest edition of "The Bulletin"
The Crossville Chronicle-Glade Sun also publishes a newsletter called "The Bulletin" in which you'll find a schedule of Glade activities and events, a restaurant and dining guide, golf information, and even tour schedules. Click here for the latest PDF edition of "The Bulletin."
Scout Report: Opening the floodgates
Forty years ago, this week, in the beginning of the summer of '73, the trial of the infamous Watergate scandal involving President Richard Nixon began. Those proceedings unfurled a betrayal of public trust that forever changed our nation.
Hospice of Cumberland County the real winner in the 22nd Annual Benefit Golf Tournament
The 22nd Annual Hospice Benefit Golf Tournament was played Wednesday, May 8 at Lake Tansi Golf Course. The golfers gathered at the Lake Tansi pavilion for a delicious lunch from Big Boy’s Barbeque.
Member-Guest Couples Invitational raises $2,500 for American Cancer Society
The 29th annual Member-Guest Couples Invitational was held Friday, May 10, and Saturday, May 11, at Heatherhurst Golf Course. The event kicked off Thursday evening at the Fairfield Glade Community and Conference Center with drinks, food and fellowship.
Food drive was a huge success
The 21st annual “Stamp Out Hunger” Post Office food drive is now complete. The total amount collected nationally over 21 years is 1.2 billion pounds.
FFG Board signs contract to reduce goose population for health concerns
A solution to the over population of Canada geese in Fairfield Glade is being addressed by Fairfield Glade Board of Directors. The board signed a contract with USDA Wildlife Services to remedy the health concerns caused by the large number of geese that have made their home in the resort. A presentation at the Community Center conducted by District Supervisor Keith Blanton, USDA Wildlife Services, provided the FFG Board and members an overview of the health problems due to goose droppings and methods to get the problem under control. TVA and TWRA established Canada geese flocks in Tennessee in the 1960s and 1970s. Hunters take about 20,000 geese per year during the hunting season.
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