Grace Baptist Church of Tullahoma will be having several special activities for Easter weekend.
Friday, April 18 at 7:00 p.m. will be the Good Friday Tenebrae Service remembering the final hours of Christ’s life through scripture, music and the celebration of the Lord’s supper.
The Preschool Ministry will host an Easter egg hunt at 10 a.m. on April 19 for
preschoolers and their families.
Easter Sunday services on April 20 will consist of three worship celebrations at 8:00, 9:15 and 10:45 a.m.
Grace Baptist is located at 1901 Ovoca Road.
Bouncer is a black Bull Terrier with pink collar and broken chain. Boy and Joy: Boy is a mixed breed and Joy is a small chestnut and white Terrier. Dixie is one of many black Labs. Dotty is a black and tan Bull Terrier-mix. Emma is a nice tan Bull Terrier. Sasha is a nice Huskie. Three Buddies are black and white Collie mix litter mates. Mattie is one of many black Labs at the shelter. Hal is a nice black and white Bull Terrier. Pip is a Lab-German Shepherd-mix. Rocky is a handsome Huskie with blue eyes. Tom is a black Lab.
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.
Tims Ford State Park is now accepting applications for Lifeguard positions. Interviews will be conducted throughout the month of April. Positions last from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day Weekend. Applications can be obtained at Tims Ford Park Visitor Center. Phone: 931-962-1183.
Applicants must provide:
Lifeguard Certification (Red Cross or YMCA)
Current CPR/ AED Certification
Valid Drivers License
Social Security Card
2 References – 1 work, 1 personal
Applications are due by April 22nd.
SCV CAMP 72 April 22, 2014 MEETING
For program information and the most up to date info, please check our web site at http://www.tennessee-scv.org/camp72/. The program for April will be about the Abel Streight raid and the pursuit by General Forrest. It will be presented by Brent Lokey, who will later present it at Brice’s Crossroads. They will have a reenactment for the 150th anniversary of the battle plus lectures on other Forrest’s battles.
Meetings are open to the general public and all War of Northern Agression buffs have a special invitation for the program.
Membership in the Sons of Confederate Veterans is open to all males 12 years of age and above who had an ancestor that served honorably in the Confederate Armed Forces or the Confederate Congress and can prove kinship either lineal or collaterally. Help is available to anyone interested in finding and proving kinship.
Adjutant, M/G B F Cheatham Camp 72
Sons of Confederate Veterans
THE TARTAN TERRORS COME TO SJCC FRIDAY APRIL 25
Contributed by Anita Zaccardi
The Celtic sounds of The Tartan Terrors, the last show of the season for the Performing Arts Series at South Jackson Civic Center, will take the stage by storm on Friday, April 25, 2014, at 7:30 P.M.
This show is a high energy, fun-filled, musically exciting combination of talents from six performers who have shared their expertise of instruments, vocals, and comedy with audiences throughout four continents. Celtic Magazine claims them to be “heirs apparent to the Celtic mayhem.”
The Tartan Terrors have performed at Highland Games and Theatres of North America; Lone Tree Center for the Arts, Colorado; Strand Capital, Pennsylvania; Oshkosh Opera House, Wisconsin; Dublin Irish Festival, Ohio; and Newport Irish Festival, Rhode Island, just to name a few.
Key performers are Ellen Wilkes Irmisch, Co-Director since 1996, dancer and vocalist, with a long list of venues.
Ian Wilkes Irmisch, Co-Director with his sister, is a player of the bodhran and percussion, and sings. He has performed extensively in Canada, the U.S. and Great Britain.
Daniel Pentecost, on fiddle, bagpipes, and mandolin, attended Belmont University and performed with Blair School of Music in Nashville and several other groups.
Jon McCann, a talented percussionist, comfortable with Celtic, classical, and jazz, is a teacher and performer throughout Canada and the U.S. Jon directs his own recording studio and has a long list of accomplishments and venues.
Phill Hood, guitarist and singer-songwriter, is a native of Newfoundland, and studied in Toronto. He is in his third year with the Tartan Terrors.
Jake Saenz, bass guitarist, is multi-talented in genres of hard rock, country, folk and jazz. He is a native of Toronto.
The show at South Jackson Civic Center will have a wide appeal from teenagers to seniors. It mixes rock’s energy with traditional folklore, dance, and humor.
To entertain us all, The Tullahoma A Cappella Singers will perform prior to the featured show. House doors will open by 7:00.
Another very special feature of the evening will be artist Tracy Suggs, who will have several pieces of her Celtic artwork on display in the front reception room. Be sure to allow extra time to view the art before the show and during intermission. Tracy, a well-known sculptor, will be available to meet the viewers.
The Mitchell Museum and the concession stand will also be open for the evening.
Partial grants from the Tennessee Arts Commission help to provide funding for the Performing Arts Series. Many local sponsors, whose signs are featured at SJCC, also help to fund these events.