Community photos 8/17/16
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
JoAnn Holland recently stepped down from serving on the board of the Shelbyville-Bedford County Senior Citizens Center. She served as a board member from 1999 to 2016.
Patsy Throneberry also recently stepped down from serving on the center's board of directors. She served on the board from 2002 to 2016.
A 1965 Mustang, being restored by Damascus Road Restoration and Collision, will be raffled off to benefit Legion Ministries, Fresh Start Ministries, Women of Grace, and Truth & Nails Tech Center. This photo is a representation of what the car is expected to look like when complete. The drawing will be held Aug. 31, while the and presentation will take place during a car show Oct. 22 at Gateway Church on Madison Street. For more information, go to http://www.imac-raffle.org/sally
or call 931-224-9237. The website also has details of the car's restoration.
Bedford County Clerk and Master Curt Cobb was the speaker at the recent meeting of Vietnam Era Veterans. Cobb spoke about his current duties and about his previous tenure as a state representative, including visits to Arnold Air Force Base and Redstone Arsenal. Tyler Basler of Middle Tennessee State University's athletic department informed members of the free game and picnic in November for veterans and their families. Vietnam Era Veterans' next meeting will be Sept. 8. The speaker will be Sheriff Austin Swing. For more information, call Tom Taylor, 931-684-2557.