We had the honor of hosting Nancy Phillips and her sidekick Murph from “Adventures in Murphry’s Burrow” on Cable Channel 3. You can watch Murph at 3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday and at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on the weekends.
Members of the LHS Key Club had their first club social of the year yesterday. Six gallons of ice cream, syrup, lots of candy and fruit toppings, whipped cream and a cherry on top was just what the doctor ordered for the nearly 80 club members in attendance.
Last Wednesday our club celebrated a great year and looked forward to our coming administration. Lt. Governor Bill Rutley reinstalled and installed this year’s officers. New to the board is Jack Segal and our new president is Justin Holder. Immediate Past President Emily Arnold was presented as Kiwanian of the Year and Elisabeth Harper received the Community Service Award. Continue on to see more photos:
Friday, September 23rd is officially “Hat Day” at Blackman Middle School. This third year event, hosted by the Builder’s Club, raises funds for Heavenly Hats which is a non-profit that gives hats to children with Cancer. During Hat Day, students donate one dollar to the organization and are allowed to wear a hat all day at school. The club has been recognized in years past for their large donations and hope to exceed last year’s collection.
Radio host Ralph Bristol addressed our club today about Music City Honor Flight (www.musiccityhf.com). This organization flies WWII veterans from Nashville to Washington DC so they can visit the WWII Memorial. The organization has a fundraiser coming up Oct. 2. The flier is posted on our site under news.