ARDMORE, ELKTON, ELKMONT, ANTHONY HILL, ATHENS, BAUGH COMMUNITY, BETHEL, BLACK CAT, BLANCHE, BOBO, BRYSON, BUNKER HILL, CARTERS GROVE, CASH POINT, COFFEE POT, COLDWATER, DELROSE, DELLROSE, ELKWOOD, GOBBLERS KNOB, GOODSPRINGS, HARVEST, HAZEL GREEN, HOLLANDS GIN, LICK SKILLET, LOCKS CROSS ROADS, MACEDONIA, MADISON CROSS ROADS, MINOR HILL, PETTUSVILLE, PINEDALE, PISGAH, PROSPECT, PULASKI, TAFT, THACH, TONEY, U-TAKE-IT
Piano and voice students of Mrs. Mary Woods who performed Saturday, July 6, at Elk River Health and Rehabilitation of Ardmore with selections ranging from patriotic tunes such as "The Star-Spangled Banner" to classical "Minuet in G" to fun songs like "Last Date" and "You Are the Sunshine of My Life," are, from left, Macey Mitchell, Lyra Kellum, Reagan Holt, Riley Holt, Jenna Douthit, Asa Savoie and Kathy Davis. (courtesy photo)
Safari Greg, left, with Banana Bill, the snake, meet Maggie Beddingfield, right, at the final program of the Ardmore Public Library's Summer Reading Program. (courtesy photo)
Cruise-In To Benefit Boys And Girls Club
The final Cruise-In of the summer will be held Thursday, July 18, at Ardmore Sonic Drive-In to benefit the Ardmore Boys and Girls Club. Beginning at 6:00 p.m., car enthusiasts are invited to bring their unique, collectible car or truck and share the nostalgia of yesterday! There is no entry fee and no judging of the vehicles.
The public is invited to browse through the vehicles on display and enjoy some treats from Sonic in support of the local Boys and Girls Club. Donations are greatly appreciated.
VBS Saturday At
Taft church of Christ
Vacation Bible School will be held Saturday, July 20, from 9:00 until 12:30 at the Taft church of Christ. Classes will be available for ages two years through adult. Camping in the Wild is this year's VBS theme.
Those attending will enjoy Bible stories, activities and crafts. Lunch will be served at 12:00.
Taft church of Christ is located at 1410 Ardmore Highway in Taft, Tennessee. For more information, call 269-277-6731.
Ardmore Public Library Director Verlin Collins, left, presents two tickets to the Space and Rocket Center to Summer Reading winner Tristian Spicher. (courtesy photo)
Free Movie Night
Saturday July 27
The congregation of Union Hill Baptist Church will host Dinner and a Movie Saturday, July 27, beginning at 4:00 p.m. at the church. Everyone is invited to attend the time of free family fun, food and fellowship.
Adults and older children will be treated to dinner and a family friendly movie. A nursery will be available for small children.
Union Hill Baptist Church is located at 25368 Union Hill Road in Ardmore, Tennessee. Everyone is welcome.
Miss Ardmore Rodeo 2019 Pageant Entry Deadline Is Saturday
Deadline to enter the Miss Ardmore Rodeo Pageant 2019 is Saturday, July 20. This year's event will be held Saturday, July 27. The pageant is open to girls from 0 to 25 years of age. There is no horsemanship competition for any age group this year.
This year's age divisions have changed. They are: "Tiniest Miss Ardmore Rodeo", ages 0-24 months;
"Wee Miss Ardmore Rodeo", ages 2-4 years old; "Miss Princess Ardmore Rodeo", ages 5-8 years old; "Little Miss Ardmore Rodeo", ages 9-12 years old; "Junior Miss Ardmore Rodeo", ages 13-16 years old; and "Miss Ardmore Rodeo", ages 17-25 years old.
Contestants will be judged on beauty, poise and personality. Contestants should wear cowgirl attire, i.e. jeans, western shirts, boots, belts, etc. Hats are optional. Do not feel the need to buy anything special. Wear what you have. Hair can be styled however you prefer.
The 2018 Miss Ardmore Rodeo Mary Ashley Rohrscheib will crown this year's winner.
Entry fee is $50 per contestant with a $10 discount for the first sibling due by Saturday, July 20. Mail entry forms and all fees to: Mary Ann Young, P.O. Box 232, Ardmore, TN 38449. Entry forms may also be picked up and dropped off at Ardmore Police Station.
Find more information about Your Community
in this week's edition of