Heritage Elementary Eagle Council students met this morning to make flower gifts for HES staff. They will be presenting them next week for Teacher Appreciation Week!
Events, Fundraisers & Announcements
Household Hazardous Waste Day and Two Extra Shred Days Coming Up! Household Hazardous Waste Day will be held on Saturday, May 3rd from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Thompson’s Station Farmers Market is open this 2014 season beginning on May 7th, every Wednesday, 2 PM – 6 PM and a newly added day each week…Sunday, 3pm – 6pm through the end of October. The market is open to the public and is now in it’s 3rd year serving the greater Thompson’s Station/Spring […]
The Spring Hill Police Department is partnering with Allstate Insurance and The Spelzhaus Financial Group to conduct a FREE child safety seat check point, Saturday May 3rd from 10 am – 2pm at
Entertainment, Arts & Recreation
Maury County Mud Fest…JUST GOOD “CLEAN” FAMILY FUN Mud! It’s Not Just For Kids Anymore!
Sher Fick holds a BFA Painting/Sculpture (2006) from Middle Tennessee State University and has studied at the Santa Fe College of Art and The Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, TN.
Local School News
Longview celebrated their first “Starry, Starry Night of Poetry” on Friday,April 4th . The relaxed camping atmosphere contributed to a wonderful community feeling as everyone shared their own poetry reading.
Spring Hill Elementary School PTA is holding their annual Spring Carnival on April 25th from 5 to 8 pm.
Summit’s Youth in Government spent four days last week presenting, arguing, and passing several bills in our state Capitol. Out of the 700 students that participated statewide, 5 of our students received special awards. Outstanding Statesmen in Red House: Eliot Geary Billy Baumgart Outstanding Red House Bill: Rielly Bethmann Caitlyn Mulcahey Outstanding Statesmen in Red […]
Samantha Smith, a Summit High School junior & member of Summit’s Clay Target Team, earned a coveted spot on USA’s World Cup Championships Team in Olympic Bunker Trap last
Summit Fishing took 3rd in a Southern Slam Tournament last weekend on Lake Wheeler in Alabama. Noah Boyett, Hunter Deselle, Asher Anders and Nathan Olsen enjoyed a couple of days on the lake and learned a tremendous amount.
UPDATE: Blue Crush Tryouts will be Sunday March 2nd at Spring Station Middle School. 4th- 6th grade boys and girls 1pm-2:30pm 7th- 8th grade boys and girls 3pm-4:30pm.
You may have heard a lot of debate on genetically modified crops and the concerns it presents to the well being of the world. Now comes genetically modified insects and engineered bees by companies such as Monsanto who are not in the food business but rather the pesticide business! Persimmon Ridge Honey Farms shares news […]
Willie Nelson says, “Family farmers are the cultural and economic backbone of the country.” The truth is there is no hard-and-fast definition of a family farm. The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) considers a “family farm” any farm where the majority of the business is owned by the operator and his or her relatives;
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Summit HOSA students attended the State Leadership Conference March 31st to April 2nd and represented Summit in both recognition and competition events. Summit placed in the top 5, in 12 of the 17 categories they entered.