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McKenzie Memorial Library News We hope everyone had a Happy Thanksgiving! Hard to believe that the year has passed so quickly, but it is the ‘Holiday Season’ and we have been very busy at the Library. We have an exceptional group of students from Bethel University that have been diligently working each day to help us in the weeding process. ...

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Mel Tillis at The Dixie Next Week

Mel Tillis at The Dixie Next Week HUNTINGDON — Country music legend Mel Tillis brings his wit and talent to The Dixie Carter Performing Arts & Academic Enrichment Center Saturday, Dec. 12. One of country music’s favorites, Tillis began performing in the 1950s. In ’56, Webb Pierce recorded a song Tillis wrote called “I’m Tired,” launching the Air Force veteran’s ...

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Bethel Twinkle Ball is This Wednesday

Bethel Twinkle Ball is This Wednesday McKENZIE — Bethel University’s Twinkle Ball is this Wednesday, Dec. 2 from 6 until 8 p.m. in Baker Fieldhouse and this year tickets will still be sold until the event begins at 6 p.m., said Myra Carlock, Director of Bethel University Events. “Since we’ve moved to the larger venue in Baker Fieldhouse we can ...

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Only a Few Days Left to Get Bethel University Twinkle Ball Tickets

Only a Few Days Left to Get Bethel University Twinkle Ball Tickets McKENZIE — Only a few days remain to get tickets to this year’s Bethel University Twinkle Ball, said Myra Carlock, Director of Bethel University Events. “Our bookstore will be closed Thursday and Friday of this week for the Thanksgiving holiday,” said Carlock. “And then individuals can still get ...

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Christmas Tree of Cash

Christmas Tree of Cash 100.9 The Farm is teaming up with Carroll Bank & Trust and City Drug Company again this year for the “Christmas Tree of Cash”! This Christmas many children in Carroll, Benton and Henry counties will wake up with very little or nothing under their tree. The Carl Perkins Center is gathering toys for needy families right ...

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Time to Talk Turkey

Time to Talk Turkey Few foods receive the fanfare of turkey come the holiday season. The National Turkey Federation says Americans eat 46 million turkeys each Thanksgiving and another 22 million on Christmas. An additional 19 million enjoy turkey as part of their Easter celebrations. Though turkey is enjoyed throughout the year, it is most popular during the holiday season. ...

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Mel Tillis to be at The Dixie

Mel Tillis to be at The Dixie HUNTINGDON — Country music legend Mel Tillis brings his wit and talent to The Dixie Carter Performing Arts & Academic Enrichment Center Saturday, Dec. 12. One of country music’s favorites, Tillis began performing in the 1950s. In ’56, Webb Pierce recorded a song Tillis wrote called “I’m Tired,” launching the Air Force veteran’s ...

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PUBLIC MITIGATION, ADVISORY AND LEPC MEETING

PUBLIC MITIGATION, ADVISORY AND LEPC MEETING The Public Mitigation, Advisory and LEPC Meeting is Wednesday, December 9 at 10 a.m. at the EOC at the Office Complex in Huntingdon. PICTURES WITH SANTA AT GLEASON CP CHURCH Santa will be at Gleason Cumberland Presbyterian Church for pictures on November 29 from 1-4 p.m. The church is located at 171 Smyth Lane. ...

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Bethel University Twinkle Ball Tickets On Sale Through November 30

Bethel University Twinkle Ball Tickets On Sale Through November 30 McKENZIE — Tickets for Bethel University’s 4th Annual Twinkle Ball are on sale through Monday, Nov. 30. The Twinkle Ball is Wednesday, Dec. 2 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Baker Fieldhouse Gymnasium on Bethel’s McKenzie campus. The Twinkle Ball gives young girls and their mothers (or someone who ...

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Second Annual ‘Holiday At UTM’ Concert Set for December 6

Second Annual ‘Holiday At UTM’ Concert Set for December 6 MARTIN — The second annual “Holiday at UTM” concert will be presented at 3 p.m., Dec. 6, in the Harriet Fulton Theatre, located in the Fine Arts Building at the University of Tennessee at Martin. The concert, which benefits the UT Martin Department of Music, will begin at 3 p.m. ...

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