Community Bulletin Board
Updated: April 24, 2015
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AC Preschool information
The Anderson County Preschool is made up of Early Head Start, Head
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Harriman Rhapsody in Blue Band Aides is having a car wash to raise money for their 2015-2016 Marching season. It costs around $80,000 a year to run a band program. With your help they can keep their program alive. The car wash will be Saturday May 2 from 9 AM - 2 PM at Advanced Auto Parts in South Harriman.
Residents of Anderson County are asked to come out and enjoy the community festival at the American Cancer Society Relay for Life event which will be held inside Clinton Middle School. The event will begin on Saturday, April 25th at 2:00 PM and will conclude with closing ceremonies at 12:01 AM on Sunday. This will be the 15th anniversary of the event in Clinton which has raised more over 1.35 million dollars through the years. The event will begin with opening ceremonies at 2:00 PM Saturday afternoon as area cancer survivors are individually recognized and then as a group take the Victory Lap while being cheered on by their family, friends and the public. This is followed by the Parade of Teams. This is an opportunity for participating teams to strut their stuff with banners, custom made t-shirts and costumes which fit with the theme of their team. This year the overall even theme is, “Relay”opoly – Fighting Cancer is Not a Game”, so teams will have various themes consistent with games of all types. Throughout the event the music groups performing include the Leon Thomas Band at 2:45 (country band from Sevierville), The Tenos at 7:00 PM, Handsome and the Humbles at 8:00 PM (alt-country band with strong harmonies and rich guitar tones), and The Oliver’s at 9:15 PM. There will be a demonstration from the US Taekwondo Academy at 6:00 PM. The public is invited to join in on Zumba at 6:30 PM led by Joy Winchester from the Take Charge Fitness Program and Karaoke at 11:00 PM. In addition, there will be a silent auction on the front porch of the courthouse and a live auction around 4:30 PM. There will be kid’s activities and games throughout the duration of the event on the lawn of the Clinton Middle School with The Anderson County Sheriff’s Department Canine Unit doing a demonstration at that venue at 7:00 PM. The Clinton Regional Antique Car Club will have a “Cruise-In For a Cure” with cars lining Leinart Street. The luminaria ceremony will be held at 10:00 PM with hundreds of luminaria bags being lit in the dark as we remember those persons we have lost to cancer and honor our survivors with a special tribute. Hoskin’s Drug Store will have food and ice cream available with proceeds going to the Relay For Life. Other teams will also be selling pizza, hot dogs with chili/cheese, funnel cakes, snocones, baked goods and much more. What better way to contribute to fighting cancer than to bring your family down for a late lunch or dinner on Saturday! You do not have to be on a team to participate. The public is invited to come throughout the afternoon, evening and night to take a lap or two around the walking path on Main and Leinart Street in memory or honor of someone they know whose life has been touched by cancer. The teams will also keep the public entertained with the Celebrity Look-A-Like contest at 4:15 PM and the Game Piece Boxcar Race at 7:00 PM. EVERYONE IS INVITED to attend and enjoy the entertainment, food and activities. This is a great way to show your support for anyone who has survived their battle with cancer, to remember someone you have lost to cancer and to Fight Back by helping raising money for research so hopefully you or a family member won't be the next one diagnosed with this terrible disease. Our efforts continue to pay off with new treatment options and declining death rates. For further information, please call Kelly Lenz, event public relations chairperson at 457-1649 or email her at email@example.com. You may also access the event website at www.relayforlife.org/eastandersontn.
Keep Anderson County Beautiful (KACB) will be hosting the eighth annual Earth Day festival in Oak Ridge on April 25th from 11 AM to 4 PM at A.K. Bissell Park (Oak Ridge Turnpike and Tulane Rd.). East Tennesseans living in or around Oak Ridge are invited to participate in the festival that features free activities and events that promote healthy living, environmental education and encourage individuals to create and contribute to a sustainable community. There will be a Trashformations art exhibit created by local area students made from recycled/found materials. Sponsored in major part by KACB and Leidos, Earth Day 2015 will feature out door games for children, music, healthy food vendors, exhibitors showcasing educational booths, an on-site scavenger hunt and neighborhood games such as hopscotch, bocce, croquet, flying discs, ladder ball and a special reduce, reuse, recycle game. There will be a special area for pre-school children. In case of rain, the event will be moved indoors to the Oak Ridge Civic Center gym at Bissell Park. The popular “Erase Your Trace” special recycling program will be held from 10 AM till 3 PM at the ORAU parking lot on Badger Road by the Friendship Bell in A.K. Bissell Park in Oak Ridge. The drive-through event will collect old computers and peripherals, personal documents for on-site shredding (sponsored by Enrichment Federal Credit Union), gently worn shoes, books, eyeglasses, cell phones, rechargeable and button batteries (no alkaline batteries), and old towels, blankets, and bed-spreads (for the animal shelter). This is a rain or shine event at the parking lot. Earth Day 2015 will also have an entire month devoted to exploring the city and its greenways. To find clues that lead to hidden prizes with its Geo-Expedition event, check www.orearthday.org. Festival organizers are expanding the festival this year to encompass not only Oak Ridge and the immediate surrounding counties, but the cities of Knoxville and Lenoir City as well, “We want people to come join us and see what we’re all about, the more people that come, the more we can get the word out about how important sustainable communities are” says Pat Imperato, a member of the KACB planning committee. You can find out more about the event, sponsorships and volunteering plus local drop-off centers for shoe collection at www.orearthday.org.
Teens between the ages of 13 to 18 are invited to volunteer at the Clinton Public Library this summer. Volunteers will be registering children and adults for the Summer Reading Club, assisting at programs, helping to prepare for story times, and more. All teens interested in volunteering at the Library this summer must attend an orientation at the Library on Thursday, May 7 or on Tuesday, May 19 at 5:30 p.m. This orientation will provide you with more information about volunteering and prepare you to complete tasks. All teens must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Only 20 volunteers are needed, so please call the Library at (865) 457-0519 to reserve a spot. Clinton Public Library is located at 118 S. Hicks Street in Clinton.
Please join First Baptist Church Clinton on Saturday April 25 for Shepherds Table, a free community meal. We will begin serving at 11am.
ECB Championship Wrestling presents "Help Fight the Fire" Saturday April 25th at Andersonville Fire Station #3 at 197 Sequoyah Road just off Park Lane. Doors open at 6:30, wrestling starts at 7:30 pm. Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for kids ages 6 through 12 and free for kids under 6. Five matches are scheduled and some of the featured grapplers include Chris Fantastic Future, Jeremy Blake, the Godfather and many more. All proceeds benefit the Andersonville Volunteer Fire Department.
The Clinton Mobile Pantry in conjunction with Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee will hold a food distribution event on Saturday April 25th from 9 am until the food is gone at the Clinton Church of God at 635 Hillcrest Street in Clinton.
A benefit golf tournament will be held at Whittle Springs Golf Course on May 23rd at 8 am with a shotgun start. Lunch will be provided. The cost is $40 per player. The tournament is for a man named Chris Janeway. He is a 41 year old father to three girls. He has had 3 heart attacks and many complications including but not limited to congestive heart failure, a-fib, he had less than 15 % of his heart left and the doctors here in Knoxville told him that there wasn’t anything else they could do. He went to Vanderbilt to see if he was a candidate for the LVAD (left ventricle assistive device) which works as a bridge to keep him alive until he can get on the heart transplant list. He was chosen and has since had the procedure and is in therapy. He has to stay in Nashville for 6 weeks to make sure there are no complications. His sister in law came from Montana to stay with him. The reason for the tournament is that he can go on the heart transplant list after the 6 weeks but has to have 10,000 in the bank for rejection medication before they will put him on the list. If you have any questions please feel free to call me, my name is Dan Hatmaker and you can reach me at Daniel.Hatmaker@mcnabb.org or 865-318-9710.
How to fish the Clinch River tailwater for trout (spin casting and fly casting) will be the topic Saturday, May 16, at a free, public on-the-river seminar sponsored by the Clinch River Chapter, Trout Unlimited. Experienced Clinch River anglers will introduce newcomers to fishing the Clinch through classroom instruction and guided fishing in the river. The group will gather at 8:30 a.m. in the parish hall at St. Francis Episcopal Church, 158 W. Norris Road, Norris (children must be accompanied by an adult). Classes start at 9 a.m., with John Thurman discussing the Clinch tailwater and its history plus trout biology and what trout eat; Buzz Buffington discussing fishing safety and sportsmanship; Clayton Gist leading a class on fly fishing for trout; and Dennis Baxter leading a class on spin fishing for trout. Participants are asked to provide their own lawn chairs, picnic lunches, beverages and, if possible, fishing gear (rods, reels, waders, boots, flies/lures). With advance arrangement, some fishing gear will be available to borrow; contact Jerry Van Fossen at firstname.lastname@example.org or (865) 463-8999.From about 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., newcomers will be paired with experienced anglers and will disperse along the river to fish. From 12:30 to 1:30, participants will picnic and discuss the day's events before heading for home. If there is light drizzle that day, the entire event will proceed as scheduled; in case of lightning or heavy rain, classes will be held at the church but fishing will be canceled. The Clinch River Chapter's mission is to conserve and protect the Clinch River tailwater trout fishery and its watershed, through conservation projects and through education of children and adults in aquatic natural resources. Meetings are held the second Thursday of the month at St. Francis Episcopal Church except when outdoor activities are scheduled.
The Clinton High School Band invites you to join them Tuesday, April 28 from 5pm to 8pm at the Clinton McDonald's at the intersection of Seivers and Sunset for the first ever McBand Night to benefit the CHS Band Uniform Fund! The Band will receive a donation of 20% of the sales during this event. Members of the Band will be there to play music while you dine! Please come support the Band!
The Clinton Physical Therapy Center Relay for Life Team will be selling beautiful hanging flower baskets during the month of April and early May to benefit the American Cancer Society. This is a great way to spruce up your yard for spring and they make great Mother’s Day presents. What a great gift for your loved one while also supporting the American Cancer Society! The plants are being provided by Stanley’s Greenhouse in Knoxville which is one of the premier greenhouses in the region. There are many options available including, but not limited to: New Guinea Impatiens, several colors of Calibrochoa, several Petunia varieties, large ferns, hanging begonia varieties, fushia, geraniums, shade plants that the hummingbirds like and much more. Flowers can be pre-ordered by calling 457-8237 or stop by the Clinton Physical Therapy Center facility at1921 N. Charles G. Seivers Blvd. to look at the inventory on premises or to place an order. Baskets are $17 each. There will also be flowers for sale at the Relay for Life event on Saturday, April 25th from 2:00 – 10:00 PM. For more information call CPTC/TCFP at 457-8237 or email Kelly Lenz at CPTCKLenz@aol.comto place your order.
The Clinton Optimist Club will present its 4th annual Poker Run on Saturday May 16th with registration beginning at 9:30 am at Tommy’s Motor Sports in Clinton. Kickstands go up at 11 am and the ride will end behind the Clinton Community Center at the football stadium, where there will be food, prizes and fun. Cash awards will be given for the best Poker hand and there will be a 50-50 drawing. Registration is $15 per bike in advance and $20 per bike the day of the ride. Proceeds will go toward the purchase of new cheerleading uniforms. For more information, call Terry Benjamin at 865-457-0155 or Bryant Ellis at 865-806-0246.
The Kerbela Motor Corps presents a cornhole tournament to benefit the “Stuffed with Love Project” on Saturday April 25th at the Clinton Community Center. Registration will run from 11 am to 1 pm and a co-ed registration will be $50 and a single registration will be $25. First prize in the Co-Ed competition earns $175 and a plaque while the winner of the singles competition gets $75 and 2nd place earns a plaque. All proceeds will be used to purchase new, high-quality stuffed animals, which will be given to post-op patients at Shriners Hospitals for Children in Greeneville, SC and Lexington, KY. The event is sponsored by H&H Body Shop and Steve Pyatt Insurance in Clinton and co-sponsored by the Clinton Optimist Club. For more information call Dusty Carroll at 865-388-5141.
Roane Choral Society presents “An Evening with Mary McDonald” at 7:00 p.m., Sunday, May 3, 2015 at First Baptist Church, 215 N. Kingston St., Kingston, Tennessee. Mary and RCS will be joined by choirs from First Baptist Church of Kingston, South Harriman Baptist Church, First Baptist Church of Tellico Village, and Morgan County Choral Society. Admission by donation.
The City of Rocky Top, Tennessee will present the inaugural Rocky Top Bluegrass Festival 2015, featuring 2 days/nights (Friday night and all day Saturday ) of pickin', singin', and dancin' in Good Ole' Rocky Top, Tennessee! The Festival kicks off Friday, April 24th and continues Saturday, April 25th at George Templin Memorial Athletic Field, located at 214 Main Street in Rocky Top, Tennessee!
Gates Open 4:30pm Friday. Music starts at 6pm. Music start at 11am Saturday. Tickets are $25.00 for Friday, $35.00 for Saturday or $50.00 for both days. Children 10 and under get in free with a paid adult. Buy tickets online at http://www.rockytopbluegrassfestival.com/ or at Marks Pharmacy in Rocky Top, or Rocky Top City Hall. For information, you can also contact Stephanie Wells at the Anderson County Tourism Council by phone at 865-457-4547 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Special area accommodation packages are being offered including the following at KOA Campgrounds:
Packages include 2 nights camping plus 2 tickets for both days of festival.
All prices INCLUDE TAX
No Hook up Tent Site 134.16
Tent site with Electric 151.10
Water and Electric Only 160.00
Full Hook up 30 amp 172.30
Full Hook up 50 amp 176.54
Rustic Cabin sleeps 4 185.02
Rustic Cabin sleeps 6 195.62
Deluxe Cabin with bathroom sleeps 4 263.46
Check out the site types (with Pictures) on KOA.COM
May purchase extra tickets at campground office………Call 1-800-562-8513 and use BG as discount code for these rates
Clinton / Knoxville KOA
Phone: (865) 494-9386
The annual Big Ed’s Memorial Golf Tournament benefiting Community Mediation Services will be held on the final Friday of April, April 24th at the Oak Ridge Country Club. Players can register by calling the CMS office at 865-463-6888 and mailing payment using a check or money order, or you can pay online. The tournament cost includes a continental breakfast, a wonderful lunch, cart and green fees, along with a tournament shirt. Players will be able to purchase mulligans and other add-ons the day of the tournament. Please bring cash or checks. For more information or to register, visit http://www.cms-tn.org/fundraisers/big-eds-memorial-golf-tournament
Union Valley Baptist Church (3 miles outside Oliver Springs on Windrock Road) invite you to a gospel signing Saturday April 25th at 7 pm featuring Walking By Faith. For more information, call Pastor Wayne Morgan at 865-435-4150.
You are invited to a Country Dinner Cancer Fundraiser on Saturday May 2nd from 5 to 8 pm at Clinch River Baptist Church, located at 407 Cane Creek Road in Rocky Top. Please Like the Facebook prayer page & join Tracy's fight for life! Team Tracy is trying to raise money for uninsured bladder surgery to qualify Tracy for Vanderbilt’s Charity Cancer Team. Prayers for Tracy Foster
Someone in the Clinton area has found a military ring and is searching for its owner. If you have a lost a military ring in the past couple of days, please call 865-457-3696 and describe it.
Clinton Community Center announcements
For further information contact: Jan Smith (Swimming Services
Coordinator) at 457-0642 Monday through Thursday between
8 am and 1pm.
First Cumberland Presbyterian Church Of Oak Ridge announced today the 9th Annual Family Kite Festival on Saturday April 25, 2015 beginning at 12 Noon until 4 PM on the front lawn of the church located at 127 Lafayette Drive, Oak Ridge, TN 37831 on the corner of Lafayette Drive and Laboratory Road. The 9th Annual Family Kite Festival is totally free with free registration, treats, water and even a free Family Kite Festival Kite Workshop beginning at 12 Noon where kids and parents can build and decorate their own kite with free supplies and kit builder instructors provided by the event staff. Each Kite Kit includes plastic kite, sticks, kite tail & handle with string. Plus, every participant will receive a 9th Annual Family Kite Festival Certificate Of Participation. All children and parents need to do is contact First Cumberland Presbyterian Church Of Oak Ridge at 483-8433 any weekday between 9AM until 3PM and register for the event and kite workshop. Pre-registration is recommended to insure availability of Kite Workshop supplies the day of event. First Cumberland Presbyterian Church has been part of the Oak Ridge Community since 1953 and we look forward to presenting this exciting family event to the entire community. Contact Carol Williams at 865-483-8433 for more information or online at www.1stcpc.org
There will be a thousand women who gather for the upcoming Fresh Grounded Faith women's event in Clinton, TN. The event is hosted by one church but presented by a dozen co-host churches from the region May 1 & 2, 2015 The motto of Fresh Grounded Faith is “One Event. Many Churches. For Every Woman.” "It's inspiring to see so many different churches coming together in unity to bring this event to the area," says founder and featured speaker Jennifer Rothschild, who became blind at age 15. "The process of putting on a Fresh Grounded Faith event breaks down traditional denominational barriers, and brings women together. There are over a hundred volunteers from these different churches working together to bring this event to the area.” It’s the process that empowers women from the area to be focused on one goal - to create a life-changing experience for women. Using teams and team leaders, women have been meeting for months preparing for the big day. Local Conference Coordinator, Sid Brewer, says “It's a beautiful picture to see the Bride of Christ working together to impact the lost and disciple the redeemed. We are blessed to be partnering with Jennifer and her team from Fresh Grounded Faith to bring an incredible event where women can be revived, refreshed and renewed in their walk with Christ, all for the glory of God.” When the day arrives there will be over 120 volunteers present for the volunteers-only meet and greet getting their marching orders for the weekend. Every one of the volunteers plays an important role in the success of the event. “Listen, I may be on the platform in the spotlight with an award winning author and worship leader, but let me tell you, it’s the women who will pour you a cup of coffee, greet you with a smile, and point you to the restrooms that will set the tone for this event,” says Rothschild. “It’s all about creating an atmosphere where every woman feels welcome. We’ve got women in attendance that have a deep and rich faith, but we also have women who have a small cup of faith, or no faith experience at all. Everyone is welcome - we want to meet women where they are. We’re just real women wanting a refreshing experience that’s packed with relevant truth for everyday living,” Rothschild says. The event is being held at Second Baptist Church and will feature popular Bible teacher Jennifer Rothschild, best-selling author Vicki Courtney, and Dove Award winning worship leader and guest artist Meredith Andrews. The event will take place at Second Baptist Church, 777 Public Safety Drive, Clinton, TN 37716. Tickets can be purchased by calling the host church at 865- 457-2046 or toll free 1-800-859-7992, or by visiting www.FreshGroundedFaith.com. Other churches co-hosting the event include: Beech Park Baptist Church - Oliver Springs, TN; First Baptist Church-Clinton - Clinton, TN; Clinch River Baptist Church - Lake City, TN; Kellytown Baptist Church - Oliver Springs, TN; First Baptist Church-Andersonvile - Andersonville, TN; First Baptist Church-Norris - Norris, TN; Belmont Heights Baptist Church - Knoxville, TN; NorthStar Church - Knoxville, TN; Grace Lutheran Church - Knoxville, TN; Calvary Baptist Church - Oak Ridge, TN; Salem Baptist Church - Knoxville, TN.
Anderson County Community Action is now accepting applications for the free 2015 garden seed program. The deadline to have applications returned to ACCAC will be April 20th. Please be sure to provide birth dates and social security numbers for all household members along with proof of all household income (Not a bank statement). The program is for Anderson County residents only! This program is funded by United Way of Anderson County, Tennessee Department of Human Services, and local church donations. For more information on how to sign-up for the seeds or make a donation to the Garden Seed Program please call 457-5500 and leave a message for Angie.
MEDIC Regional Blood Center is making an emergency appeal for blood donations. MEDIC says in the last week, there's been a spike in the amount of blood needed by local hospitals. Along with the demand, there's been a drop in donations due to the weeks of ice and snow, contributing to the shortage. While Type O negative blood donors are needed immediately, inventory is low on all blood types.
The Anderson County Office on Aging will be hosting a community bingo game on the second Wednesday of every month at Summit View Nursing Home in Rocky Top at 3 pm for those Anderson County residents who are 60 or older. There will be snacks provided and prizes given away.
The public is invited to attend the Relay For Life event in downtown Clinton on Saturday, April 25th starting at 2:00 PM and running until midnight. For more information call Kelly Lenz at 457-1649 or visit: www.relayforlife.org/eastandersontn.
The American Red Cross depends upon a volunteer work force to deliver all of its programs: Disaster Response, Services to the Armed Forces, Health and Safety Education, and administrative functions such as finance, facilities and reception duties. There is a role just waiting for you! For more information, visit www.redcross.org or call 865-584-2999.
Free guitar lessons for senior citizens will be held Friday mornings at 9 am at the Oak Ridge Senior Citizen Center on Emory Valley Road. All levels of guitar players are welcome. Beginner’s lessons start at 9 am, and intermediate lessons at 10:00 am. Wendall Cook, who has many years of experience playing and teaching, conducts the lessons. Members from the class provide music for the Senior Citizens Center Christmas and Valentine’s Day parties and also play at various nursing homes and retirement centers as well as other venues from time to time. Free banjo lessons will also be held at 1:00 p.m. Friday afternoons. Classes will last approximately one hour and are open to anyone who has an acoustic guitar, is 50 years old or older and has a desire to learn how to play. For more information, call the Senior Center at 865-425-3999 or visit www.orrecparks.org.
The “crowd funding” website for April’s Remote Area Medical—or RAM—Clinic at First Baptist Church in Clinton is up and accepting donations. The site can be found by following this link: http://www.gofundme.com/andersoncountyram.
TENNderCare is Tennessee’s commitment to see that children and teens have the best start to a healthy life. TENNderCare is a free program of check-ups and health care services for children from birth to age 21 who are TennCare eligible. A check-up includes: a health history; complete physical exam; lab tests as needed; vision and hearing screenings; developmental and behavioral screenings when appropriate; and advice on how to keep your child healthy. In addition, dental and behavioral services are also available. In Anderson County for more information call the Health Department at 865-425-8800. You can also call 865-425-8715 to speak directly with a Community Outreach TENNderCare Representative.
On the first Thursday of every month, the Clinton Public Library will hold an open computer lab just for job seekers from 2:00-3:30 pm. During this time, an instructor will be available to assist patrons with job searches, job applications, resumes, and cover letters.
South Clinton Baptist invites everybody to join them this Sunday and every Sunday for church. Sunday School begins at 9:45 am and the church service begins at 11:00 am. They also have Children's Church (BLAST) for children in Pre-K through 5th grade. If anybody young or old or anybody in between needs a ride, please call the church office at 865-457-0863.
The City of Clinton has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system provides officials the ability to quickly deliver messages to targeted areas or the entire city. Messages delivered via the CodeRED system will include major fires, chemical spills, evacuations, lock downs, natural disasters, abductions, major water system problems, bomb threats and other emergencies. Residents who live inside the city limits will also have the option to be notified when the National Weather Service issues tornado warnings and other severe weather information. All individuals and businesses are urged to log onto the city of Clinton website (www.clintontn.net) and follow the link to the CodeRED enrollment page. Those without Internet access may call the Clinton Police Dept dispatch center at 865-457-3112, Monday through Friday, (10am-5pm) and supply their information over the phone. Required information includes first and last name, street address (physical address, no P.O. boxes), city, state, zip code and primary phone number. Additional phone numbers can be entered as well. All businesses and individuals, who have unlisted phone numbers, who have changed their phone number or address within the past year and those who use a cellular phone or VoIP phone as their primary number should register.
The Free Medical Clinic of Briceville sponsored by the Clinton Baptist Association is open, providing basic health care to uninsured, low-income residents of Anderson and surrounding counties. The facility is located in Briceville on Highway 116 across the road from the Post Office. Appointments are taken on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 am to 12 noon by calling 865-426-0037. Patients will be seen each Wednesday beginning at 9 am.
Allies for Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) of Anderson County: www.ASAPofAnderson.org
Anderson County Veterans Service Officer Leon Jaquet: firstname.lastname@example.org
Clinton High School Football: www.clintondragonsfootball.com
Anderson County Trustee's Office: http://www.andersoncountytrustee.com/
Anderson County Chamber of Commerce: www.andersoncountychamber.org
Anderson County Sheriff's Department-- www.tnacso.net
Anderson County Clerk's Office-- www.andersoncountyclerk.com
City of Clinton--- www.clintontn.net
Anderson County Election Commission--- www.acelect.com
Tennessee Wildlife Federation-- www.tnwf.org
Do Not Call-- www.donotcall.gov
Anderson County government: www.andersontn.org
American Red Cross-- www.redcross.org
Medic Regional Blood Center-- www.medicblood.com
Coal Creek Watershed Foundation-- www.coalcreekaml.com
Anderson County Tourism-- www.yallcome.org
Anderson County Property Assessor-- www.acgis.net
Anderson County School System-- www.acs.ac
Discover East TN-- www.DiscoverET.org
City of Oak Ridge-- www.cortn.org
Clinch River Chapter of Trout Unlimited-- www.crctu.com
Green McAdoo Cultural Center & Museum-- www.greenmcadoo.com
American Museum of Science and Energy-- www.amse.org
Mayor's Commission On Clinton's 21st Century-- www.walktothefuture.com
First Baptist Church of Clinton-- www.firstbaptistclinton.com
Roane County Election Commission--- www.roaneelections.com
Blount County Government: http://www.blounttn.org
Alcoa City Government: www.cityofalcoa-tn.gov/
Maryville City Government: www.maryvillegov.com/
Clinton City Schools: www.clintonschools.org
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