Wednesdays at 12:30PM Chair Yoga – Get Fit while you sit
RC Senior Center: 601 S Locust St, Springfield, Tennessee 37172. Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm. Mission: Our mission is to promote independence, wellness, and advocacy for 50+ adults, their caregivers, and their families.
We offer activities like pot-luck suppers, health fairs, breakfast trips, exercise classes, bingo, corn hole tournaments, crochet and knitting classes, music, Bluegrass nights, Friday night dances and appreciation events. The calendar is always full of events, road trips and opportunities to gather and have fellowship with old friends and new ones.
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Byrum-Porter Senior Center In Orlinda: Activites, classes, trips etc…
Lots of events, activities, dance lessons and tours planned.
Exercise/Yoga Classes. Come and check us out at the Byrum Porter Sr Center in Orlinda, Tn. Exercise offered 5 times a week. (Two Evening Classes) and YOGA twice a week. All classes are free and open to all ages. Certified teacher Sheri Link
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The Byrum-Porter Harmonicas for Health program can help you:
Learn how to have better control of your breathing Exercise the muscles that help pull air in and push air out of the lungs Strengthen abdominal muscles for a more effective cough Boost self-confidence, relieve stress Socialize with others and have fun
Reported benefits include: decreased shortness of breath, increased sputum mobilization and increased quality of life.
Byrum-Porter will begin a 5 week program to learn to play beginning Tuesday, May 8th. It will be weekly for 5 weeks on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. This program is sponsored by the NorthCrest Medical Center.
Byrum-Porter has a limited supply of Harmonicas to sell so sign up for this class now and buy a new Harmonica for $2. Call 615-654-3161 and sign up for this free fun and health class.
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January 30: Super Bowl lunch at the RC Senior Center
February 1: The Robertson County Republican Party monthly meeting
The Robertson County Republican Party, will hold it’s monthly meeting on Saturday, February 1st at the Robertson County Senior Center, 601 Locust Street in Springfield.
Senator Kerry Roberts will be the featured speaker. He will update us on this current Legislative session and discuss his goals for 2020.
A free buffet breakfast will be served at 8:30 A.M. with the program beginning at 9 A.M.
Everyone is invited, and bring a friend!
February 1: Robertson County AFJROTC Pancake breakfast
GET YOUR TICKETS!
The Robertson County AFJROTC is selling tickets for their Pancake breakfast fundraiser at Colorado Grill on February 1st from 7 to 10am. $5 gets you pancakes, bacon, sausage and a drink. 100% of the proceeds goes directly to the AFJROTC. Tickets will be sold from now until January 31st. Tickets will also be sold at the door. If you don’t have a cadet in the program but would like to support this fundraiser, please contact an AFJROTC instructor or booster club member.
For tickets: Rebecca Morrison: email@example.com 615-947-2262 OR Tickets will also be sold at the door.
SAVE THE DATE…
February 1: Orlinda Concert/Dance To Benefit Tom & Mary Campbell
ORLINDA TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Everyone from all ages is cordially invited to a Benefit Concert & Dance for Tom and Mary Campbell. Tom Campbell is our very talented musician. Guitar, fiddle, and singing are just some of his talents and Tom plays weekly with a Good Time Charlie Band every Thursday night dance at the Byrum Porter Senior Center as well as other local community events.
He has had his second back surgery on January 3. Hopefully, this will help with the pain that was not relieved from the first surgery. His wife Mary is a cancer survivor and has had several major operations in the past year. We want to help them with some expenses they have accumulated so your donations will be very much appreciated.
February 1, 2020, Saturday beginning at 2 PM
Byrum Porter Senior Center located at 9123 Highway 49 E. Orlinda Tennessee
The Good Time Charlie Band & The Blue Creek Band – Call and let us know if you can bring a band, Guitar or just seeing as all are welcome just drop in as all are encouraged to make this a great event!
THIS IS AN ALL AGES EVENT!
Bring baked goods, bags of chips, soft drinks or other items to sell bake sale sandwich sale soft drinks. All proceeds go to Tom & Mary.
State Line Auction
February 4: UT Extension-Robertson County – You are invited to our TN-KY Tobacco Expo will be held on Tuesday, February 4, 2020 in Springfield, TN.
The annual Tennessee-Kentucky Tobacco Expo is scheduled for Tuesday February 4, 2020 from 6:30 am to 3:00 pm at the Robertson County Fairgrounds Community Building, 4635 Hwy 41 North, Springfield.
The Tobacco Expo Trade show, featuring 30 agribusiness exhibitors, will open at 7:00 a.m. The trade show offers tobacco farmers an opportunity to meet with a wide range of agribusiness representatives involved in tobacco production and related fields.
This is the year that current Private Pesticide Applicators must attend Re-Certification Training that will be conducted twice during the day; first session at 7:00 am and a second session at 1:00 pm. Cost for Re-Certification is $25. Lunch will be served for all participants at 12:00 pm and is sponsored by Eastern Dark Fired Tobacco Growers Association, Burley Stabilization Corporation, Farm Credit Services, Hail & Cotton, Inc., Drexel Chemical, and Agriculture Workforce Management Association.
Tobacco growers will have an opportunity to complete GAP Training. Be sure to bring your GAP card or have your GAP number available when you attend a GAP training. To learn more about the GAP Connections program call 865-622-4606 or visit www.gapconnections.com
There is no registration fee for attending the Tobacco Expo and it is open to all persons. Programs in agriculture and natural resources, 4-H youth development, family and consumer sciences, and resource development. University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture and county governments cooperating. UT Extension provides equal opportunities in programs and employment.
The Agenda includes: • 6:30 am – Coffee and doughnuts • 7:00-9:00 am – Private Pesticide Applicator Re-Certification ($25) • 9:00-10:00 am – Angular Leaf Spot Disease, Connecticut Broadleaf, Reducing TSNA’s • 10:30 am-12:30 pm GAP Training • 12:00-1:00 pm – Lunch • 1:00-3:00 pm – Private Pesticide Applicator Re-Certification ($25) • 3:00 pm – Trade Show closes
Note: Commercial Pesticide Applicator Points available for Categories: 1,10, 12 for KY & TN
For more information on the Tobacco Expo contact: Jeff Smith, UT Extension Agent, Robertson County, (615) 384-7936 or on the web
Jeff Smith, Extension Agent UT Extension – Robertson County 408 North Main St. Springfield, TN 37172 615-384-7936 Jsmith49@utk.edu
February: City of White House, TN- Police Department – Citizen’s Police Academy is accepting applications for February 2020.
What is the Citizen Police Academy?
The White House Police Department has found education to be the most effective means of gaining understanding and support from the community. The Citizen Police Academy offers citizens insight into how police officers perform their duties and how their department serves the community.
Note: While completion of the course gives citizens an understanding of the workings of the Police Department, it does not make a participant a certified law enforcement officer, nor is it designed to train citizens to perform any law enforcement duties.
Mission of the Academy
The purpose of the Citizen Police Academy is to foster better communication between citizens and police through education. The Academy will create a nucleus of well-informed citizens who possess greater insight into police practices and services. Graduates of the academy can share their knowledge and experiences with the community as the opportunities arise. Everyone benefits from enhancing a citizen understanding of the role and function of their police department.
Instruction consists of one 3-hour class held each week for duration of ten weeks. This instruction is comprehensive, covering a different area of the Division of Police each week. Certified police officers and civilian instructors with particular expertise will conduct classes on each topic. Classes are limited to 30 citizen attendees.
Criminal Law Crime Prevention Recruitment/Training Patrol Procedures DUI Enforcement K-9/Narcotics Interdiction Emergency Response Communications Internal Affairs Media/Public Relations Firearms Criminal Investigations Crime Scene Processing Community Relations, Services and Programs School Resource Officer Program D.A.R.E. D.U.I. Enforcement Emergency Management/Preparedness Neighborhood Watch Citizen Police Academy Picture 2015 A vital part of the Academy is participation in role playing and scenarios. These simulations will provide an opportunity for a unique “hands-on” learning experience. Students will also have the option, on a voluntary basis, to ride-along with a patrol officer, and attend municipal court and traffic school.
Who may attend the Academy?
Any interested citizen who resides or works in Sumner/Robertson County is encouraged to attend. Citizens involved with the White House community in some way, such as youth involvement, neighborhood watch, and neighborhood groups are very important to the Academy.
Citizens 18 years of age or older. Citizens with no prior felony convictions. When is the Academy?
Charlie an elderly gentleman said he had not eaten in two days. Our meal site manager went out immediately and drove to the address Charlie had given her which was a small shed in the woods. Charlie opened the door and began to cry because he was so happy someone could help him.
Charlie did have electricity and running water but was dependent on friends to bring him food because he did not drive and had mobility issues. We now bring Charlie meals, and he is gaining strength and so grateful for his meals. In Robertson County you have seniors just like Charlie who need meals, and we are in dire need of volunteers to deliver meals.
It takes about an hour to deliver a route, and the frequency you deliver is up to you. You pick up the meals to deliver between 10-10:30 on weekdays. There are no night or weekend deliveries. Please consider delivering meals. We know Robertson County is a caring community, and we need you. Thank YOU!
Volunteers Needed: Springfield Meal Site Call: 615-382-7287 firstname.lastname@example.org
Food Pantry – Bethlehem Baptist Church is now open WEDNESDAYS 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Please come to Building B to sign in. Hwy 76 entrance.
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