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CHS Cheerleading Kiddie Camp Set For Next Week PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 23 June 2016 11:04
Chattooga High School will host its seventh annual Cheerleading Kiddie Camp, next Tuesday and Wednesday at the Summerville Elementary School cheerleading room. 
Campers will be instructed on learning cheer fundamentals to incorporate into cheers and dances taught by the Chattooga cheerleaders. There will be different stations set up to teach motions, cheers, dances and ways to promote school sprit. 
The camp is open to boys and girls age 3 (potty trained) through fifth grade. The event will last from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. each day. The cost of the camp is $40 and includes lunch, snack, a camp T-shirt and 10 total hours of instruction. 
Camp participants will be invited to perform before the varsity home football game Sept. 2. Participants are asked to arrive at the field no later than 6:30 p.m. with camp T-shirt and black shorts or pants to review cheer. Free admission to the game if participants wear their camp T-shirt. 
The pre-registration date has passed and there is a limited number of T-shirts still available. In order to ensure you receive a camp T-shirt in your child’s size on the day of camp. Campers can sign up at the high school office or on the first day of camp. There will be a $5 discount for siblings. 
To register or if you have questions please contact Liza Morgan 706-331-9795 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . You can also sign up with any CHS cheerleader. 
All proceeds raised will benefit the Chattooga High School cheerleading program.  
 
‘Let The Healing Begin’ Health Expo Set Sunday PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 23 June 2016 11:02
Let the Healing Begin Health Expo has been scheduled from 1 p.m. until 6 p.m. Sunday at the Summerville Depot. The event is free to the community.
Are you tired of popping pills? Are you tired of trying to lower your blood pressure when the numbers just keep rising? Are you tired of the roller coaster ride of trying to lose weight? Are you afraid you won’t be able to dodge the hereditary bullet? Or maybe you are just sick and tired of being sick and tired? If this describes you then this health fair is definitely for you.
At this free expo, you will discover the eight secrets for longevity, the lost art of using water to treat disease, the best kept secret of how to make natural home remedies from everyday kitchen items among many other health tips.
The following items and much more will be free to all attendees. Trained professionals will be checking and doing glucose testing, cholesterol checks, BMI body mass index, oxygen level testing, blood pressure testing, stress test, food sampling, one on one consultation and handouts. Food samples will be provided by The VineYard.
Fifteen attendees will receive a free meal for 10 days provided by The VineYard.
For details about the Expo and how to enter the drawing for the free meals contact The Vineyard Vegetarian Cafe & Juice Bar at 706-857-6087.
 
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Lyerly Plans Recreation Day Event For This Saturday PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 23 June 2016 10:58
Lyerly will celebrate its youth athletes on Saturday.
Recreation Day will begin with a parade at 10 a.m. The parade will start at Lyerly School and end at McLeod Park. At the park, kids will be treated to free hot dogs and drinks. They’ll be able to play on two water slides.
“We’re inviting everyone who played recreation ball, including basketball, and their siblings to participate,” said Lyerly Mayor Josh Wyatt.
Other items included:
* Wyatt told the council that a Lyerly property owner had questioned the town’s responsibility for a tree in the right-of-way falling onto a rental property and doing significant damage. The house was at the corner of Hammond Street and Chattooga Avenue. Wyatt said the town’s insurance company considered the incident an “act of God” and said the town was not liable. 
* Councilman Robert Thompson told council he believed a property on Railroad Avenue had been sold. The property includes a house which was badly damaged by a falling tree in November. Council had received several complaints about the property from neighbors. Wyatt said the town would “keep an eye on the property” and hoped the new owner would clear the lot.  
* Council voted unanimously to pass the amended 2015 budget. The amended budget included three revenue items which were added.
* Construction of a 25x50 feet extension to the Fire Hall started on Monday. The building will house the town’s new rescue vehicle. 
* Council set Sept. 24 as the date for the town’s annual Down Home Day celebration. Vendor permits are available now for $15.  Anyone needing access to electricity is urged to sign up quickly as connections are limited. 
* Mayor Wyatt said he drove past the kayak launch where the Coosa River Basin Initiative (CRBI) was hosting a guided paddle of the Chattooga River and saw “at least 40 kayaks.” The town recently completed its kayak trail. 
 
 

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