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Raffe Roberts, organizer of the recent Mellie's Mile 5K walk/race, said the inaugural event was successful. "I learned a lot," he said of putting together such a community race/walk. The event was held in memory of his mother, Melanie Roberts, who worked part-time at Shelbyville-Bedford County Public Library. A donation of $2,200 was made from the proceeds of the event to library staff recently, who said Wednesday that the board will meet soon to decide how the funds are used... more
Liberty FCE Club met on March 15 with 9 members present. President Lynn Wilhelm called the meeting to order. Bonnye Catron and Judy Smith were co-hostesses. Debbie Parker read our call to order "March Wind". Ann Spencer had the devotion. Roll call was answered by "Telling about your favorite pet". Ardis Rittenberry gave the treasurer's report... more
The steeple and spire of First Christian Church on Madison Street shine bright above Shelbyville businesses. Many Protestant churches are already making plans for Holy Week, which will be observed Monday, March 29, through Saturday, April 3. Easter or Resurrection Sunday is April 4. more
The old Tennessee National Guard Armory on Depot Street was graced with a brilliant sunset Tuesday afternoon. Prayers are requested for soldiers from the Tennessee National Guard's 1st Battalion, 181st Field Artillery Regiment, deployed on Sunday for a tour of the Middle East. A farewell ceremony took place at Smyrna's Volunteer Training Site, and those in attendance included Gov. Bill and first lady Maria Lee. more
Shelbyville Woman's Club held its spring meeting on Wednesday with a fashion show getting rave reviews. One important piece of business was how the SWC's scholarship fund was receiving generous donations this year. As they do a lot of generous work within the community, SWC members must have great shoes for spring. Models stepped into the dining room with several J Jordan Boutique spring styles... more
Linda Brown, owner of Heritage Jewelers, said Tuesday during Shelbyville Woman's Club's spring fashion show at Riverbend Country Club that the latest and greatest jewel, the hit of recent market, is the salt-and-pepper diamond. Model Lindsay Williams sported pieces of this collection from Heritage Jewelers, one of the hosts of the recent SWC fashion show... more
"Amy" (Emma Grace Triguros), "Beth" (Grace Neil) and "Marmee" (Jewel Hewitt) talk it out in a scene from The Smokestack Theatre Group's production of "Little Women," which is planned at Community High School 7 p.m. March 19 and 20. more
Eve Wells enjoyed this spring bouquet, courtesy of Shelbyville Woman's Club, and given to her by a member on Wednesday. She and her Skills Development residents were said to have really enjoyed the pink and purple hyacinths. more
There was a real buzz about Riverbend Country Club's dining room on Wednesday as Shelbyville Woman's Club conducted its annual spring fashion show. This members only meeting was the first time a program has been conducted by SWC since the pandemic. "It's so timely, for one thing, said member Lila Beasley. "I think we all need something."... more
First Baptist Church, 304 Depot St., has two new Sunday service times: 9 and 11 a.m. Services can also be watched live stream at: https://www.facebook.com/firstbaptistshelbyville/ or on YouTube. more
Tennessee Department of Health has completed a process review of state COVID-19 vaccine administration to minimize possible waste and support providers receiving greater supplies of vaccine ahead of opening eligibility to Phase 1c. The TDH Vaccine Preventable Diseases and Immunization Program leads the state's vaccination activities for COVID-19 and other vaccine-preventable diseases. ... more
"Little Women," author Louisa May Alcott's classic coming of age drama set in the 1800s, runs Friday and Saturday, March 19 and 20, at 7:00 p.m. in the Community High School theatre. Tickets are $5 at the door. Director Anthony Davis said the show will be limited to 1/3 capacity because of pandemic restrictions. ... more
Bishop Mark Spalding and Father Gervan Menezes visited St. William of Montevergine Catholic Church in Shelbyville on Feb.14, during morning Spanish mass. Father Louis Rojas S.A.C. and the Knights of Columbus from Council 12469 gathered for this historic event. Bishop Spalding blessed the New Council 12469 of the Knights of Columbus, which has been dormant for 14 years. more
Shelbyville Central High School's Advanced Placement Psychology class recently completed a stress reduction activity using Bobo dolls. Teacher Claudia House said she could tell by all of the smiling faces that this activity was a success. more
Jayden Jackson, 18, of Wartrace, will compete for the title of MISS TEEN TENNESSEE USA 2021 on March 12-13 at the Horseshoe Hotel and Casino in Tunica, Miss. Jayden is the daughter of Chad and Jacquelyn Way and the granddaughter of Jack Heffington and the late Nancy Elliott... more
While Shelbyville-Bedford County Senior Citizens Center remains closed, a lot of interesting projects have continued to cultivate there since the pandemic. In addition to offering some yard sale items, the center recently pulled out its famous cookbook, "Home Cookin.'"... more
The Shelby Chapter, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently held its annual Good Citizens Tea at First Christian Church. The awards are given to seniors at Central High School, Community High School and Cascade High School. Recipients of the Good Citizens Award must demonstrate qualities of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism... more
Shelbyville Central High School National Honor Society wanted to brighten everyone's Wednesday with this positive chalk art, said teacher Claudia House. more
Most people in Bedford County likely know Gene Williams is one of the most decorated volunteers around. Williams says ministering especially to the lonely and in-need members of Bedford County, well, that's just a blessing, as far as he's concerned... more
Shelbyville Central High School's National Honors Society recently held a supplies drive for the Community Soup Kitchen. The soup kitchen serves meals in drive-by and pick up fashion from 4 to 5 p.m. each Tuesday at the old Save-A-Lot building on South Cannon Boulevard. From left, Dillen Haynes, Savannah Catron and Rebekah Marshall from NHS and Kay Bartley, volunteer with from the Community Soup Kitchen. more
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