Community Calendar

POLICY: Information for the Community Calendar submitted in person, by mail or fax is due by noon Monday for publication. Items mailed should be typed or printed and sent to: Community Calendar, The Hartsville Vidette, 206 River St., Hartsville, TN 37074 or brought to the office during business hours. Free listing of nonprofit events, community club and government meetings. We reserve the right to reject or edit material. Include name and phone number in the event we have questions.

GOVERNMENT MEETINGS:

Monday, June 156 p.m. — Budget & Finance Committee

The Hartsville/Trousdale County Budget & Finance Committee will meet in the upstairs courtroom of the courthouse.

7 p.m. — County Commission

The Hartsville/Trousdale County Commission will hold its regular work session in the upstairs courtroom of the courthouse.

Tuesday, June 16

6 p.m. — Economic Development Committee

The Hartsville/Trousdale County Economic Development Committee will meet in the upstairs courtroom of the courthouse.

7 p.m. — Building Committee

The Hartsville/Trousdale County Building Committee will meet in the upstairs courtroom of the courthouse.

Thursday, June 18

6 p.m. — School Board

The Hartsville/Trousdale County School Board will meet (either electronically or at Board of Education, status TBA).

6 p.m. — Prison Relations Committee

The Hartsville/Trousdale County Prison Relations Committee will meet in the upstairs courtroom of the courthouse.

Monday, June 22

7 p.m. — County Commission

The Hartsville/Trousdale County Commission will hold its regular monthly meeting in the upstairs courtroom of the courthouse.

Tuesday, June 23

5 p.m. — Water Board

The Hartsville/Trousdale Water Board will hold its regular monthly meeting in the mayor’s office, 328 Broadway.

Wednesday, June 24

2 p.m. — Highway Commission

The Hartsville/Trousdale Highway Commission will hold its regular monthly meeting at the Highway Department, 535 E. Main Street.

OTHERS:

Mid-Cumberland Survey

Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency (MCCAA) is a non-profit organization that provides services for low-income individuals and communities in seven counties in Middle Tennessee: Cheatham, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Trousdale, Williamson and Wilson. MCCAA is receiving funding from the CARES Act in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. These funds allow us to provide services to residents based on the needs identified in the counties we serve. As a valued member of the community, we would like to have your input on what needs and challenges exist in your community. Please follow the link (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/P9R7Z7H) to complete a short Community Survey to help us better serve your community.

Free School Lunches

Trousdale County Schools will continue providing free “grab and go” meals to any school-age child from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday-Friday at Trousdale County High School from June 1-30. Breakfast for the following morning is also provided. Visit tcschools.org to see menus.

Community Help Center

The Community Help Center of Trousdale County (120 E. McMurry Blvd.) is providing food boxes by appointment only Mondays (noon-3), Tuesdays (11-3) and Thursdays (11-3). Call 615-374-2904 for more information.

Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery, a 12-step Christ-centered recovery program, has resumed meetings on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at New Beginnings Pentecostal Church, 104 E. Main Street. Please come and join us if you have a hurt, hangup or habit you or someone you know need to be free from. Call 615-829-0223 for more information.

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