You may register to vote in person at the Election Commission Office at 1329 McArthur St., Suite 6, Manchester, Tennessee.
Registration is also available at the Tullahoma City Hall, Department of Motor Vehicles, Department of Human Services, the Manchester or Tullahoma Health Departments or by using a registration by-mail form available at any Post Office or Public Library Branch.
Voter registration forms may also be downloaded at our web-site. By Mail forms must be postmarked on or before Monday, October 8, 2012.
A voter must show a Federal or State photo ID in when voting in person during early voting or on Election Day.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Vernita Davis, Administrator, Coffee County Election Commission.
Preschool Story Hour @ Your Coffee County Manchester Public Library
Preschool Story Hour meets each Wednesday morning, 10:00, at your Coffee County Manchester Public Library with stories, activities and games.
Registration is not required,
Neither is a library card.
Coffee County Manchester Public Library
1005 Hillsboro Blvd
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Orvel Hastings will have a musical program.
A covered dish luncheon will be served afterwards.
Persons with any degree or type of visual problems and their families & friends are welcome to attend.
Please call Betty Clem at 455-5592 for more information or transportation.
Franklin County Out of the Darkness Community Walk
Franklin County’s very first suicide awareness walk will take place on October 5th at the old Franklin County High School Football Stadium. This walk is called the “Franklin County Out of the Darkness Community Walk” which is part of the “Out of the Darkness” walks that are done at over 240 locations around the United States and include around 85,000 participants annually. Event spokesperson, Jayson Davis said, “These walks are happening all over the U.S. and we are very excited that the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is partnering with us to bring it to Franklin County. Suicide is much more common than a lot of us like to admit. It is the 4th leading cause of death among adults ages 18-65.”
Participants for the event will raise money that will be used to promote suicide awareness on both the local scene and the national scene through the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Davis stated, “All it took was a simple dream by board chairperson Karen Owens to prevent just one person from making the mistake of suicide to start the ball rolling and make a difference for the Franklin County area”.
This walk will feature a very a heart-touching balloon release and a very talented musical line-up that includes country music recording artist Blaine Larsen who will feature his heart felt song “How Do You Get That Lonely” which is focused on suicide. For more information on the event, please refer to the following:
Facebook- “Franklin County Out of the Darkness Walk”
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention- www.afsp.org
To Volunteer- Doris Freeze- 931-308-6533
General Information- Jayson Davis 931-205-6956
AREA WIDE FRIDAY NIGHT CONGREGATIONAL SINGING
FRIDAY NIGHT OCTOBER 5, 2012
ALTAMONT CHURCH OF CHRIST
ALTAMONT, TENNESSEE 37301
TIME 7 PM TILL 9 PM
ALL ARE WELCOME
Old Timers Day, Friday, October 5, 2012: By Faith concert
Old Timers Day, Saturday, October 6, 2012:
Parade at 10 a.m., horses will be allowed. Food/Craft vendors, information booths, kids’ area, greased pole, games/activities throughout the day, cloggers, ice cream eating contest, music throughout the day, James Bell performing, Mike Oldham & the Tone Rangers at 6 p.m., all music/concerts free, everything back on the Square. Horse shoe tournament at 2 p.m.
website is www.manchesteroldtimersday.com. Can print applications from this website. Contact our Chairman, Roger Steele at (931) 570-0370 for more information.