FCE Club reports, Aug. 23
Shelbyville FCE Club met for brunch Aug. 2 at the home of Babs Chicoine. Vice President Lucille Sorrells chaired the meeting. Seven members answered the roll call question, "What is your favorite vacation spot?" Minutes of the previous meeting were read by Babs Chicoine in the absence of secretary Margaret Hicks. Dues were collected and new officers for 2017 were elected...
Bearden, Perryman are engaged
Megan Krista Bearden and Michael Rhett Perryman of Shelbyville announce their engagement. The bride-elect is the daughter of Steve and Tammy Bearden Shelbyville. She is the granddaughter of Carolyn Seibers and the late Larry Seibers, and the late Roy Gale and Rosalee Bearden, all of Shelbyville...
Columbia State announces spring 2016 graduates
Columbia State Community College has announced nearly 430 graduates for its spring 2016 semester. Graduates from this area include: Brittany Cantrell Kaitlyn Ester Lauren Smith Shelbye Stacy Stephanie Clark Kenlea Gillum Melanie Brown Ryan Daughrity...
FCE Club report, Aug. 18
Butler's Creek FCE met Aug. 15, at 7 p.m. at the home of Amy Swanson. Hazel Gant was the reporter. Refreshments were prepared by hostess Amy Swanson and Melissa Turrentine. The meeting was called to order by president Louise Moore with Debbie Crosslin reading "Midsummer's Eve." A devotion titled, "No need to Worry," was given by Melissa Turrentine. ...
FCE Club report, Aug. 16
The Wheel FCE Club held a picnic at Bell Buckle Cafe on July 21. Charlotte Foster was the reporter. There was a short meeting after the lunch. Business discussed: Upcoming meetings; Lunch & Learn Aug. 31 at noon at the UT Extension Office; dues for 2017; and August meeting. Officers for 2017 were elected...
Barnes, Haddock announce engagement
Taylor Barnes and Patrick Haddock of Shelbyville are engaged. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mark and Dana Barnes of Shelbyville. She is the granddaughter of John and Dorothy Simpson of Wartrace, and Richard and Barbara Barnes of Bell Buckle. She is the honorary granddaughter of Ron and Alice Hatmaker of Normandy...
FCE Club report, Aug. 10
The Flat Creek FCE Club met July 11 at the home of Cecelia Dougan. Present were Mattie Ray Wiser, Emma Tyree, Candice Lowen, Debbie Ottinger and Cecelia Dougan. The program book meeting agenda was followed. The educational lesson was on Dietary Fat Facts. ...
FCE Club report, Aug. 9
Heart of the Home FCE Club met on Aug. 8 at the UT/TSU Extension Office at 10:30 a.m. All members were present. President Marie Spence called the meeting to order. She gave information on kicking up the flavor of your sandwich since August is National Sandwich month. Ruth Owens read the Call to Order and Jessie Waggoner called the roll with members naming their favorite vacation spot. Jessie also read the minutes from the previous meeting. The treasurer's report was given by Brenda Joyce...
Hello World: Aaron Anchondo
Ociel and Jacqueline Anchondo of Shelbyville announce the birth of a son, Aaron Anchondo, on July 1 in Murfreesboro. The baby boy weighed 7 pounds, 13 oz. He is the grandson of Maria Rosa Tavarez and Amador and Robertina Anchondo...
FCE Club Report, Aug. 5
Friends & Family FCE met May 24 after the countywide program "Cast Iron Cooking." President Bonnie Hill called the meeting to order with four members present. The sunshine report included a card to be sent to Kelly New's father. Share Fair options were discussed. Kathy Lamb will get information on restaurant for the club's July outing. President Bonnie Hill shared the leader lesson from February, "Securing Your Finances in Times of Disaster." Reminders were covered by Bonnie Hill...
Local native earns doctorate degree
On July 28, Shelbyville native Charles K. Flack was awarded the doctorate of business administration degree with emphasis in information systems by the Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University, in Kennesaw, Georgia, during its summer commencement ceremony...
FCE Club reports, July 29
On July 19, the Unionville FCE Club met at The Williams Cabin in Unionville area for a summer picnic with a pot luck meal. The country setting was enjoyed by five members; Jean Williams was a visitor. Nell Holden was the reporter. For a devotion, everyone said a scripture of encouragement to one another. Roll call and minutes were given by Nancy Perryman. Treasury report and sunshine (sending four cards) was reported by Martha Clark. The County Council report was given by Virgie Summers...