July 2015

Tuesday, 6 March 2012

 
July 11:  The fireworks celebration for JULY 2015 will be conducted on Saturday
JULY 11th, because the Lions Club Horse Show is always on the first
Saturday in July which falls on the 4th this year.   This year the
American Legion Post 279, under the Command of Charlie F. Harrell
will partner with Cannon County, the City of Woodbury, and Auburntown
to conduct the 2015 Fireworks Celebration at Dillon Park.
Festivities will begin at 4:00PM and run to around 8:00PM when the
fireworks begin. There will be games for the children, plenty of
Patriotic music and live entertainment, Post 279 and the Auxiliary
Unit 279 will have a concession stand with plenty of good food.  The
Sons of the American Legion Squadron 279 will have snow cones,
homemade strawberry shortcake, trinkets and United States Flags.
July 11: Goat Show from 12 noon to 4p.m. at Stratton Bone Arena located behind the Cannon County High School.  The Show will begin at noon.  Contact Carol or Bob Melton at 615-563-5260 for more information

July 11: Farless Family reunion will be at the Center Hill Baptist Church Fellowship Hall.  Please bring a covered dish.  For more information call Brenda Williams at 563-7394

July 11:  Bradyville Neighborhood Watch will meet at 11 a.m. at the Bradyville Church Of Christ.  Gerald Melton 16th Judicial District public defender will be the guest speaker.  A cookeout will follow.  For more information call Anna Pittman at 615-765-7571

July 14:  The Cannon County Historical Society will meet at 6:30 at the Cannon County Senior Center 609 Lehman Street in the small dining area.  The program "The Most Interesting Character I Ever Knew" Will begin at 7:00

July 20-25: TWRA Hunter Education Course from 6-9p.m. nightly and 8A-10A Saturday at the Woodbury Lions Club.  Preregister at www.Hunter-ed.com.  For more information call Mark Vance at 615-203-4688

July 20-24: Free Summer Camp at the Lighthouse Christian Camp for boys ages 9-11.  Activities include hiking, horses, swimming, pontoon rides and a lot more.  Transportation is available by calling Terry Parker at 615-542-3842 for more information