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Dowlen awarded TCDEA Scholarship
Janet Dowlen, soil conservationist with the Cumberland County Soil Conservation District, was recently awarded the Tennessee Conservation District Employees Association’s O’Bryan/Franks Memorial Scholarship.
- SMHS to host Battle of the Bands
Jet Theatrix present Seussical, Jr.
The CCHS Advanced Choir and Jet Theatrix Drama Clubs have teamed up and are proud to announced their spring musical, Seussical, Jr. Performance dates are Thursday through Sunday, May 2-5 at 7 p.m. with Sunday's performance at 3 p.m.
CMC offers free sports physicals May 4
May 4 is the date for the Free Sports Physical sponsored by Cumberland Medical Center and the Coordinated School Health. The event will take place at the Cumberland Physician Group located at 133 Hayes Street beginning at 8 a.m
COCCO to give tribute to Broadway May 10
On Friday May 10, at 7 p.m. at the Palace Theatre, the students from the Children of Crossville Chamber Orchestra (COCCO), along with the Preparatory Orchestra, will combine for the second time for an extraordinary performance. This concert is a sequel to last year's concert, which had the theme "Tribute to Hollywood." This year's theme will be a "Tribute to Broadway."
SMHS pageant winners announced
The sophomore class of Stone Memorial High School recently announced the winners of the SMHS Pageants held March 9. The categories included Wee Miss, Junior Princess, Junior Queen and Panther Princess.
Cursive writing at risk in U.S. schools
Not far from State Sen. Jean Leising’s capitol office is a museum that prominently displays documents penned by Abraham Lincoln. It’s a favorite educational destination for Indiana schoolchildren in the state where the 16th president grew up.
Playhouse students, faculty presents Broadway Our Way April 25-27
The Performance Education Center of Cumberland County Playhouse presents its annual showcase, featuring dance, theater, musical theater, and stagecraft students and professional faculty. Crossville’s own Dave Kirk Automotive, original corporate sponsor of the Education Center, returns to sponsor the production.
Tillman named Lions April student of the month
Phoenix School student counselor Breanna Van Winkle selected senior Dakota Tillman to be a Fairfield Glade Lions Club “Student of the Month.” Lion Chairman Bob Cover named Dakota to be honored for the month of April 2013.
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