“Come to the table”
Thursday, March 28th,
Canvas Community Church (located in Oak Plaza 1886 McArthur St.)
Join us for a special dramatic presentation of The Lords Supper.
Call 931-728-7070 for more information.
Three of five Collie-mix puppies who just arrived at the shelter after their mother was killed by a car. They urgently need a home.Baker is a tan and white hunting dog. Betsy is a tan and white Bull Terrier-mix. Clyde is a black and white Terrier. Corky is a tan mixed breed. Freda is a black and tan mixed breed with pricked ears. Jason is a beautiful pure bred German Shepherd. Mary is a blue and white mixed breed. Sam is a tan mixed breed with a blue collar. Tommy and Chips: Tommy is a Jack Russell Terrier and Chips is a Cairn/Yorkie mix needing TLC. Vera is a Bull Terrier-mix with a pink collar.
These and other dogs are available for adoption at the shelter, 1210 Oakdale Street in Manchester, Tenn.,
Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Telephone: (931) 723-2730 or 723-7211.
THE MANCHESTER MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION WILL ONCE AGAIN THIS YEAR SPONSER THE ANNUAL HOLY WEEK SERVICES,
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, MARCH 25-29
AT NOON EACH DAY.
THE MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE MANCHESTER FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LOCATED AT 1101 JACKSON STREET HERE IN MANCHESTER.
THE FRIDAY SERVICE WILL BE HELD AT ST. BEDES EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 93 ST. BEDE’S DRIVE IN MANCHESTER.
DAILY SERVICES WILL FEATURE A MESSAGE BY A LOCAL PASTOR, INSPIRATIONAL MUSIC AND A MEAL FOLLOWING EACH SERVICE.
THE OFFERING FOR THE MEAL WILL BENEFIT GOOD SAMARITAN OF MANCHESTER.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO ATTEND.
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND CONSERVATION
OLD STONE FORT STATE ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK
732 STONE FORT DRIVE
MANCHESTER, TN 37355
Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park will hold their annual Spring Nature Day Saturday March 30th with programs occurring all day beginning at 8:30 am. Throughout the day, there will be wildflower hikes, bird walks, and an interpretive hike around the Native American mound site known as the Old Stone Fort. The day will conclude with a program on snakes followed by a birds of prey program including a majestic bald eagle. See the complete schedule of free programs listed below. All programs will begin at the park museum with the exception of the two bird walks. The bird hikes will begin at the site of the former golf course in the lower parking lot. The area now used as a paved walking trail is located at the end of Country Club Drive in Manchester. Call the park office at (931)723-5073 or email Park Manager Keith Wimberley at Keith.Wimberley@tn.gov for more information.
8:30 am – Bird Walk with John Froeschauer, Tennessee State Parks Middle TN Regional Interpreter
10:00 am – Wildflower Hike with Randy Hedgepath, Tennessee State Parks State Naturalist
11:30 am – Old Stone Fort Enclosure Hike with Shawn Wolfe, OSF Seasonal Interpretive Ranger
1:00 pm – Bird Walk with John Froeschauer
1:00 pm – Wildflower Hike with Randy Hedgepath
2:00 pm – Snake Program by David Haggard, Tennessee State Parks West TN Regional Interpreter
2:30 pm – Birds of Prey Program by David Haggard
Saturday, March 30
Foster Falls SEC Trail Day
If you enjoy rock climbing at Foster Falls, or just want to learn a bit about trail maintenance, come out to the annual Foster Falls trail day. We will be getting down and dirty, so make sure you bring work boots and gloves. Your hard work will be rewarded with a free lunch at the pavilion.
On March 28th at The New Beginning Church located on Alto Road in Decherd, Tennessee
On March 29th at The Paynes Cove Methodist Church, 242 Charley Roberts Road in Pelham, Tennessee
March 30th at The Church of God located 126 Garner Road in Alto, Tennessee
All services to begin at 7:00 p.m.
Everyone is invited to all of the services. For more information call John Bean at 931-212-4292 or Mary Shelton at 931-224-6659