NAMI Walk Fund Raiser

NAMI Walk Fund Raiser-Saturday 10-21-17 at Marvin’s parking lot in Summerville 10am-4pm
Hot dogs and crafts for sell. NAMI walk helps to raise funds and awareness to help change perceptions about mental illness.

LMCS Hiring Event

Lookout Mountain Community Services will hold a hiring event on Monday, October 23rd at the Chattooga County Civic Center from 10-2. They will be taking applications and resumes for all positions currently vacant. Also, representatives will be on hand to complete interviews for those who meet qualifications for the vacant positions at Magnolia CLA in Summerville.

In order to be considered for an on the spot interview for Magnolia CLA, applicants need to bring two professional letters of reference and complete pre-interview paperwork at the Civic Center. For more information on current available positions those interested can visit their website,  for a complete list of available positions and minimum qualifications for each, along with the general job duties

Birthday and Anniversary Club, October 15-21, 2017

The winner of last week’s Birthday and Anniversary Club was Amelia and Buddy McCrickard.  Here are this week’s names:

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This Weekend at the Depot is for Foodies

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This weekend at the depot is all about bonding with the local community over eat and drink- on Saturday, the city of Summerville will celebrate German traditions and food with Oktoberfest, which will feature German beers, a cuisine, music, and more. Then on Sunday, at the “Old-Fashioned Sunday Dinner”, guests can hear old-timey bluegrass music, see the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum Passenger Train, and buy country cooking from servers dressed in antique clothes. For more info, click ‘read more’.

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County-wide Fifth Sunday Singing

Continuing the tradition begun in Chattooga County over 100 years ago, vocalists and musicians from local churches will gather on the fifth Sunday evening of this month for a time of congregational singing as well as solo and choral group performances. This month’s musical event will be hosted by Summerville First Baptist Church on October 29th beginning at 6 PM, with singing continuing until 7:30. 

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Rome HeART Project Taking Submissions

The Rome Community HeART Project is an annual community art festival by Rome Area Council for the Arts and Redmond Regional Medical Center to promote hearth health awareness. Submissions are now open, and can come from artists, classes, businesses, non-profits, and civic organizations.

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Birthday and Anniversary Club, October 8-14, 2017

Last week’s AM 1180 Birthday and Anniversary Club winner was Ms. Rose Jackson who celebrated her 100th birthday.  Here are this week’s names:

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Free Info-session on Addiction at Floyd Hospital

Information on recognizing signs of alcoholism and addiction and seeking help will be at the center of two free community education events organized by Willowbrooke at Floyd in Floyd and PolkCounties in November.

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Both Football Teams Going to Rome after Fall Break

Both teams are heading south for Rome tonight, with the Bulldogs playing the Darlington Tigers and the Indians facing the Model Blue Devils. Chattooga and Trion were both off last week for Fall Break. So far this season, Trion is 5-1 overall, and 3-0 in their region, and Chattooga is 1-5 overall, and 1-2 in their region.

The week before last, Trion whipped Christian Heritage High School 59-10. Chattooga’s game against Rockmart was basically the opposite; by halftime, Rockmart had made 7 touchdowns and Chattooga not a one. After that, the clock was let run, neither team scored, and that game finished 48-0.

As always, you can hear both of tonight’s games on the web at at 7 PM sharp, and we will rebroadcast them the following Saturday afternoon at 1. Best of luck to the Indians and the Bulldogs!

Sequoyah Quilt Festival Tomorrow

Everyone can experience fall at its best as artists, craftsman, and musicians from all overgather together for a weekend of fun at the Summerville Depot.

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