Saturday Youth Basketball League of Leoma Signups.
Ages K through 8th grade. County wide.
Fee for 1 $40
2 or more $60 and 3 or more in same family $80.
November the 13th and November the 20th from 4 to 6 pm in lobby of front lobby of Leoma Elementary School. For more information 931-231-0412.
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Phone Number (931) 231-0412
E-mail judy.springer@tn.usda.gov

 


 

The Lawrenceburg Elks Lodge will hold a free breakfast for all Veterans on Veterans Day, Sunday November 11.  A full breakfast including bacon, sausage, eggs, biscuits, gravy and potatoes will be served.  The Lodge is located at 615 Crews Street.  The breakfast will be held from 7-9 a.m.  All Veterans eat free, guests can eat for $5.00.

 


 

 

Name Darrin McKamey
E-mail darrin.mckamey@nhccare.com
Message This is the last week to sign up for the next free C.N.A class at NHC Healthcare, Lawrenceburg.  Please come by 374 Brink St. and fill out an application.  Class size is limited so come by today!

 

 

 The Highway Committee will meet in the second floor conference room of the County Administrative Center 200 West Gaines Street on Thursday, November 8 at 4 p.m. Community members are welcome to attend.


 

HERITAGE AUTOMOTIVE PRESENTS THE 64TH ANNUAL CHAMBER CHRISTMAS PARADE

The 64th Annual Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade is presented this year by Heritage Automotive Center. Grand marshals of the parade are part of an organization that's been protecting lives and property for 120 years and we are proud to announce the Lawrenceburg Fire Department is this year's grand marshal. Don't miss the floats, bands, Christmas characters, and of course Santa on Saturday, December 1 at 5:00pm.

Registration is underway and the deadline to enter is Monday, November 19.
All entries must register by calling the Chamber at 931-762-4911.
The entry fee for commercial/advertising vehicles is $20 per vehicle with a limit of three. No semi-trucks/trailers will be allowed to enter due to safety issues concerning the spectators.
All horses must be bagged. This includes individual riders and wagons.
Floats will be judged on creativity, neatness, and the use of lights and music. No entry fee for floats.
Line -up will begin at 3:00pm at Rotary Park. The Lawrenceburg Kiwanis Club members will be on site directing the line-up.
The Parade will travel from Rotary Park, south on North Military Avenue and to the left around the Public Square, onto Waterloo Street, then right on Mahr Avenue. It will disperse at the 4-way stop of Mahr Avenue and Deller Street.

 

 


 


 

 

Name Merry Gabel
E-mail stjoemerry@gmail.com
Message Swamp John's will be at the St. Joseph Senior Center (119 S. Main) on Friday, Nov. 2, from 4 to 7 pm.  Plates are $12 including drink and dessert.  Contact 931-845-4194 or 931-845-4203.

 

Name Darrin McKamey
E-mail darrin.mckamey@nhccare.com
Message NHC Healthcare Lawrenceburg has scheduled the next free Certified Nursing Assistant class to begin November 12, 2018. No classes will be held on Thursday or Friday due to the Thanksgiving Holiday. Applications for the class are now being accepted in the business office. The classes consist of 75 hours class/clinical training. Another class will be held beginning December 10th.

 

 

Prevent Prescription Drug Abuse With October 27

Drug Take-Back DayBlueCross Foundation-sponsored Count It! Lock It! Drop It!® initiative andLawrence County Sheriff’s Department and Substance Abuse Coalition hosts drug collection eventsin Lawrence CountyLawrence County area residents can join the fight against prescription drug misuse by dropping off unused or expired medications at the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day event Saturday, October 27. The events aim to provide safe, convenient locations to dispose of opioids and other medications and to raise awareness about the potential risks of abusing prescription drugs.WHAT: Lawrence County-area residents looking to dispose of unwanted drugs can drop them off as part of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.

WHEN: Saturday, October 27 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.WHERE: WLX Country Café1212 N Locust AvenueTennesseans can find their nearest take-back event by visiting http://countitlockitdropit.org. WHY: In 2017, a record-setting 1,776 Tennesseans died from prescription pain medication overdose, and according to the Tennessee Department of Health, more than 6.8 millionopioid prescriptions were written in 2017

Drug Take-Back DayBlueCross Foundation-sponsored Count It! Lock It! Drop It!® initiative andLawrence County Sheriff’s Department and Substance Abuse Coalition hosts drug collection eventsin Lawrence CountyLawrence County area residents can join the fight against prescription drug misuse by dropping off unused or expired medications at the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day event Saturday, October 27. The events aim to provide safe, convenient locations to dispose of opioids and other medications and to raise awareness about the potential risks of abusing prescription drugs.WHAT: Lawrence County-area residents looking to dispose of unwanted drugs can drop them off as part of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. WHEN: Saturday, October 27 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.WHERE: WLX Country Café1212 N Locust AvenueTennesseans can find their nearest take-back event by visiting http://countitlockitdropit.org. WHY: In 2017, a record-setting 1,776 Tennesseans died from prescription pain medication overdose, and according to the Tennessee Department of Health, more than 6.8 millionopioid prescriptions were written in 2017Drug Take-Back DayBlueCross Foundation-sponsored Count It! Lock It! Drop It!® initiative andLawrence County Sheriff’s Department and Substance Abuse Coalition hosts drug collection eventsin Lawrence CountyLawrence County area residents can join the fight against prescription drug misuse by dropping off unused or expired medications at the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day event Saturday, October 27.

The events aim to provide safe, convenient locations to dispose of opioids and other medications and to raise awareness about the potential risks of abusing prescription drugs.WHAT: Lawrence County-area residents looking to dispose of unwanted drugs can drop them off as part of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.

WHEN: Saturday, October 27 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.WHERE: WLX Country Café1212 N Locust AvenueTennesseans can find their nearest take-back event by visiting http://countitlockitdropit.org. WHY: In 2017, a record-setting 1,776 Tennesseans died from prescription pain medication overdose, and according to the Tennessee Department of Health, more than 6.8 millionopioid prescriptions were written in 2017

 


Steve Webb
E-mail stevedickeywebb@hotmail.com
Message YOUTH WRESTLING SIGN-UPS
Monday Oct. 22nd 6 to 7:30 P.M. 
Tuesday Oct. 23rd   6 to 7:30 P.M.
J.C. Barnett/Adult Learning Center Gym
Next to Lawrence County School Board, 610 Mahr Ave., LAWRENCEBURG, TN

Size does not matter. Wrestlers are equally matched with their opponent by age & weight.  Pre-K - 8th grade, Ages 4-14, 30 Lbs. & up. The LCWC program has multiple state and national finalists and champions.

CLUB FEES: $35 a year for first child in a family and $25 for each sibling. 
Fee includes T-shirt and AAU Membership (insurance).

QUESTIONS? CONTACT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING VOLUNTEER COACHES:
Steve Webb 931-762-6466  or 766-1518           stevedickeywebb@hotmail.com                   
      
Check us out on Facebook  - Lawrenc

 

 


Vanta Moore
E-mail vantamoore@gmail.com
Message The Swamp John's dinner due to be held at LCHS on October 22 has been cancelled.

 

 


 

 Due to expected poor weather conditions, the football game at Dickson County scheduled for Friday, October 19 has been RESCHEDULED for THURSDAY, October 18. Kick-off is at 7:00 P.M.

 


 

The Lawrence County Board of Education will meet in Regular Session on Thursday, October 25, 2018 at 5:30 pm at the Central Office, 700 Mahr Ave., Lawrenceburg.


 

Merry Gabel
E-mail stjoemerry@gmail.com
Message Music Day at St. Joseph Senior Center (119 S. Main St.) on Thursday, Oct. 18, at 11:00 am.  Lunch provided by Avalon Hospice of Lawrenceburg.  Players welcome.  Contact 931-845-4203.

 

 


 

Name Terry  Mackin
E-mail coppermackin@lorettotel.net
Message TURKEY SHOOT
FALL RIVER COMMUNITY CLUB
SAT. OCT. 20
10 TILL 3
$3.00 PER SHOT
LONG SHOT COUNTRY HAM $5.00
LOTS OF GOOD FOOD
DOOR PRIZES
LOTS OF FUN

 

 

Name Lane Rohling
E-mail lanerohling@yahoo.com
Message Sacred Heart Fall Bazaar
Saturday November 10th 
8:00 am - 2:00 pm   
220 Berger Street
Lawrenceburg

 

 

Name Darrin McKamey
E-mail darrin.mckamey@nhccare.com
Message NHC Healthcare Lawrenceburg has scheduled the next free Certified Nursing Assistant class to begin October 15, 2018. Applications for the class are now being accepted in the business office. The classes consist of 75 hours class/clinical training.

 

 


 


 

Name Vanta Moore
E-mail vantamoore@gmail.com
Message
What:  Swamp John’s Supper
When: Mon. Oct. 22, 4-7 p.m.
Where:LCHS cafeteria
Cost: $12 per plate
Drink and dessert included.
To pre- order contact:
Kayla Moore  931-347-6657

This fundraiser is to help cover expenses for LCHS students who will be attending a language immersion trip in Costa Rica in March 2019.

 

 


 

Request for Proposals:

The City of Lawrenceburg, TN is actively pursuing the professional services needed for the restoration and repair of the David Crockett statue, located in the Lawrenceburg Tennessee.  The statue is believed to be a bronze/bronze alloy  statue, approx. 6 feet tall and attached to concrete pedestal which is an additional 6 feet tall.  Repairs will include, but not necessarily be limited to repairing holes, repairing structural deficiencies, cleaning/polishing and providing methods to reasonably prevent future damages in the statue. The work shall follow the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation codified in 36 CFR 67 as interpreted by the State of Tennessee. RFP packets may be obtained at the Lawrenceburg Municipal Complex; 25 Public Square.  Responses are due 10/26/18 by 4:00PM

 


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

The Lawrenceburg Police Department is seeking qualified applications for at least 4 Police Patrol Officers. Applications and job qualifications may be picked up at the Tennessee Career Center located at 702 Mahr Ave. Lawrenceburg, TN from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; and will be accepted until 3:00 PM on October 5, 2018. Salary scale is availableupon request. Applicants should include other job-related information with the Job Application. All applications must be returned to the Career Center no later than 3:00 p.m. on October 5, 2018. Selection for interviews will follow.The City of Lawrenceburg is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA entity in the provision of its employment opportunities and services. All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, age, physical or mental disability, or covered veteran status.

 


 

 


 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Hazardous household waste collection is Saturday, September 29
Lawrence County residents will have a convenient opportunity to safely dispose of household hazardous waste at the end of this month.
Lawrence County’s Solid Waste Facility is holding a Household Hazardous Waste Collection event Saturday, September 29, from 8:00 a.m. to Noon. The facility is located at 2126 Baler Drive, off Helton Drive in Lawrenceburg.
The event is sponsored by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, and is free and open to all households. The average home in Tennessee produces 20 pounds of household hazardous waste each year, including cleaning fluids, pesticides, antifreeze, fertilizers and pool chemicals.
Hazardous Household Waste is any unwanted or spent household product that can catch fire easily, eat away at or irritate living tissue, react violently with water or other chemicals, or is poisonous to humans and animals.
Specific items also include oil and fuel additives; grease and rust solvents; carburetor and fuel injector cleaners; starter fluids; body putty; gasoline; paint strippers and thinners; adhesives; driveway sealant; roofing tar; wallpaper remover; wood preservatives; photo processing chemicals; aerosols; mercury thermostats and thermometers; fluorescent tubes; and compact fluorescent bulbs.
Items not accepted at Household Hazardous Waste Collection events are ammunition, explosives, radioactive waste (including smoke detectors), or medical waste (except needles and sharps in puncture-proof containers). Items from a school, commercial business or agri-business will be accepted for a fee by appointment only. To request a price quote and schedule an appointment, please call 615-643-3180.
On the day of the event, load the unwanted materials into your trunk or the back of your truck. For safety, don’t mix materials, keep them in their original containers, double package any leaking containers, and place any breakable containers in a box, cushioned with newspaper.
For more information, call 931-766-0900.

 


 

 

 

 

 

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