All veterans are invited to Sweet Peas for a free meal on November 14th at noon, bring a guest for $5.00 this meal sponsored by Modern Woodmen…You must call for reservations to 706-346-6185
Just in time for the Holidays, the Trion Lions Club has fresh pecans for sale.
The Chattooga High School Chorus will host their 5th Annual Block Party & Car Show coming up tomorrow, Saturday, November 9th at the Showa Glove Mill parking lot, located near the four-way stop in Menlo.
My Kids Have Paws, a low cost veterinary service, will bring their mobile unit to Summerville GA on Wednesday, November 20th.
Thursday, November 14th, Modern Woodmen of America will be having a free Lunch for all local Veterans. This will be held at Sweet P’s in Trion and it will start at 12:00 noon. We ask that they call and make their reservations for that day. Their guests and Modern Woodmen members will pay $5.00 for lunch. Modern Woodman is hosting the Veterans Dinner as a way to say “thank you” for veteran’s service to our country. If you have any questions, you can call Joan Hitchcock at 706-346-6185.
Christmas is just eight weeks away and The Chattooga County Young Farmers and Pine Ridge Outdoor Supply are hosting a holiday wreath workshop on Thursday, December 12th at the Chattooga County Ag Center at 6 pm. The cost to participate is $35. To sign up, please contact Lauren Jarrett @ email@example.com. Deadline to sign up is Wednesday, December 4th.
Jayden Deering was the winner of last week’s WZQZ Birthday & Anniversary Club. Here are this week’s names:
The Town of Trion’s Halloween activities are all still outside. This includes Moore and Gray St., Park Ave, Church St, Chestnut St, and most of the local churches.
Dry Valley Baptist Church’s annual Light the Night has been moved from Park Ave to the Trion Rec department. This was done due to the forecast of rain.
Despite the forecast of more rain and colder temperatures tomorrow evening, the Optimist Club Halloween Walk for downtown Summerville has been changed again. Yesterday, the decision was made to move the Summerville Halloween Walk to the Chattooga County Agricultural Building. Today, the decision was reversed, and the Optimist Club says that the event will be held “rain or shine” in downtown Summerville. No reason for the reversal in the decision was given.