Awesome Autumn Camp 2013
Dates of School Systems’ Fall Breaks
· Coffee County Schools: October 1-4
· Franklin County Schools: October 14-18
· Manchester City Schools: October 1-4
· Moore County Schools: October 7-11
· Tullahoma City Schools: October 7-18
· Camp dates are as follows: October 1-4, October 9, and October 15-18
· Camp is 9 am – 3 pm daily. Unless arriving for extended care, campers must not be dropped off any earlier than 8:45 am.
· Camp is open to students who are currently in first through fifth grade.
· Each camper is responsible for his/her lunch.
· Camp cost is $30 non-members ($25 members) per day or $125 non-members ($100 members) for the week. A sibling discount of $5 will be given for each child in a family after paying full price for the first.
· Extended care is available from 8 am – 9 am and 3 pm – 5 pm. This will be an additional cost of $5 per day or $25 non-members ($20 members) for the week.
· Campers Receive
o Daily instruction from 9 am – 3 pm
o Two snacks daily
*For camps held on October 1-4 and October 15-18, the themes are:
· October 1 & 15: Kitchen Science
1. Magic Milk
2. Egg in a Bottle
3. Tea Bag Rocket
4. Shaking Butter
5. Ivory Soap Cloud
6. Dancing Raisins
7. Lava Lamps
8. Butter in a Jar
· October 2 & 16: Mad Science
9. Soap Box Dragsters
10. Floating Ping Pong Ball
11. Kool Aid Squeeze Rocket Launcher
12. Disappearing Money
13. Liquid Light
14. Buzzing Noise Maker
15. Balloon Skewer
16. Iodine Clock Reaction
· October 3 & 17: Sweet Science
17. Color Mixing Gobstoppers
18. Chocolate Density
19. Growing Gummy Bears
20. Pop Rocks Expander
21. Clam Shell Skittles
22. Chocolate Bloom
23. Monster Mallows
24. Lifesaver Lights
· October 4 & 18: Spooky Science
25. Oozing Pumpkins
26. Witch’s Brew
27. Ghost Bubbles
28. Screaming Cups
29. Dancing Ghost
30. Goblin Goo
31. Glowing Worms
32. Bags of Blood
*For the camp held on October 9, the theme will be Mad Science and consist of the following activities:
· Tea Bag Rocket
· Ivory Soap Cloud
· Soap Box Dragsters
· Kool Aid Rocket Launcher
· Color Mixing Gobstoppers
· Growing Gummy Bears
· Oozing Pumpkins
· Goblin Goo
· Bags of Blood
A Low Blood Supply is Enough to Scare Anyone
Give a Treat this Halloween, Give Blood or Platelets
(NASHVILLE, Tenn. October 2, 2013) Ghosts, Monsters, Mummies and Vampires – it’s fun to be scared on Halloween. From fake blood to fake teeth, trick-or-treaters are serious in their pursuit of candy.
The American Red Cross is also serious around Halloween – serious about preventing a blood shortage. While there are many ways to create fake blood, there is no substitute for the real thing. Blood and platelets must come from volunteer donors, yet studies show only three in 100 people give blood. The Tennessee Valley Blood Region serves 58 hospitals and must have approximately 600 people donate blood or platelets each weekday to treat hospital patients in your community and across the country.
You can stay one step ahead of the vampires this Halloween by donating whole blood or platelets. Your lifesaving donation is the perfect treat and the best way to scare off a blood shortage. One donation can help save up to three lives.
Please call 1-800 RED CROSS or visit www.redcrossblood.org to schedule your appointment to donate blood.
Locally, you may give blood throughout the month of October:
Coffee , TN
First Baptist Church
1006 Hillsboro Rd.
2111 N Jackson St
Coffee County Wildlife Officer, Tim Hancock, with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will be conducting two Hunter Education Courses this fall.
The first course will be held at the Tullahoma High School on October 7,8,10,11 from 6-9 p.m. with live firing at 8:00 a.m. Saturday the 12th.
The second course will be held at the Coffee County Middle School on October 14,15,17,18 with live firing at 8:00 a.m. Saturday the 19th.
Make note we will not meet on Wednesday night for both courses.
The American Legion invites you to An Evening of Fun and Food on October 18th starting at 6pm. Enjoy an old fashioned family night. Hamburgers & Hot Dogs will be served with all the trimmings. Enjoy sides, dessert, and drinks for a donation of only $6. All proceeds will benefit Veterans. This should be a fun night because we are introducing “TRIVIA” to the evening’s entertainment.
See you at the American Legion, 130 Shelton Road, Manchester. For more details, call 931-723-1533
FISH, Barbecue Chicken, Chicken Strips, Hush Puppies, Fries, Baked Beans, Cole Slaw, Drinks
Delicious Homemade Desserts
LIVE BLUEGRASS MUSIC: Sweet Fancy Moses Old Time Music, Lost in Time, Lonesome Valley Bluegrass, The Sims Family, Carl Johnson & Rock Creek Grass
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19TH 11:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
ALL YOU CAN EAT — ALL INDOOR SEATING — ADULTS $11.00; CHILDREN 4-12- $5.00; UNDER 4 FREE
LOCATED BELVIDERE FIRE DEPARTMENT, 401 BELVIDERE ROAD, BELVIDERE, TENNESSEE 37306
Belvidere Valley Lawn and Garaden Pullers Association — Pulling in Competition — FREE at the Same Location!! 12:00 PM till?? To enter call Mike Moore at 931-273-9314.
For FISH FRY information call: Tim Yannayon at 931-580-0708
Cub Scout Pack 245 will be having a Spaghetti Dinner and Auction Fundraiser on Saturday, October 19th at the Noah Community Center, 165 Noah Rd, Manchester.
Dinner will be served from 4:30 till 6:30 pm and includes Spaghetti, Salad, Bread, Drink & Cookie for $5 per plate.
Auction Begins at 6:30 and includes a variety of items including tickets to Dollywood, Holiday World, Six Flags, and both the Nashville and Chattanooga Zoos.
There will also be a Prize Drawing and Door Prizes!
Please come out and support our scouts!
The money raised will help pay for scout camping and activities and badges and expenses for the 2013-2014 year.
To be held on October 19, 2013
Rutledge Hill Community Church, 91 Rutledge Ford Road, Hillsboro, TN 38342
BBQ Plates 5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Silent Auction 5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Gospel Singing 6:00 to ??
Singers: Mary Bean Singers and Vessels of Joy and Sullivan
For more information call John Bean at 931-212-4292
Sunday, October 20
Backcountry Cooking isn’t all dehydrated meals. Learn some of the delicious meals you can cook while backpacking. Meet at the Visitor’s Center.
Bluffs and Foliage at the Foster Falls Overlook
Join the ranger at the Foster Falls parking lot for a very short hike to enjoy the foliage from the Foster Falls overlook and learn a little bit about our local geology. An optional, 4 -mile round trip, rim hike to the Small Wilds campground will be available to those who want to bring water and a picnic lunch.