The first Sequatchie County High School football home game will be held on Sept. 17 and there will be several things taking place.

  • Sept. 14th, 2010  |
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A site for the Sequatchie County Memorial Park has been prepared to grade and is ready to be sown at 858 Cordell Drive.

Video Ideas Productions has been awarded the job of designing the dual website for the Sequatchie County-Dunlap Chamber of Commerce and the City of Dunlap.

The Dunlap Church of God will have Family & Community Day on Saturday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. There will be a car show with no required entry fee but donations will be appreciated. There also will be family fund, food and fellowship. For more information, call 949-2790 or 940-4736.

The bid for an update on the Sequatchie County-Dunlap Chamber of Commerce website has been approved by the City Commission and Video Ideas in Chattanooga will rebuild the site on the current web address. The reconstruction will be in two phases and, when completed, will contain video with sound and be in hi-definition format. Links to all existing sites will be continued with new links added that should make it easy to find the Chamber from any location. Phase one should be viewable in about four weeks.

The Sequatchie County-Dunlap Chamber of Commerce has received information concerning an automobile company called “Any Credit Car Sales” that is supposed to be located here in Dunlap.

The Sequatchie County-Dunlap Chamber of Commerce has received a computer workstation that includes Skype, enabling students to interact through computer video from the Tennessee Small Business Development Center.

The county executive and I met with Paul Goode, a field representative from U.S. Sen. Bob Corker’s office who serves the valley.

The United States Armed Forces Day is today and is a special day to remember those who have or currently are serving our great nation.

Griffith Elementary School will be conducting its annual Preschool Screening Day on Friday, April 30, from 8:30 a.m. until 12 noon for Sequatchie County residents. The screening is for children 2- to 4-years old. Screenings will include vision, hearing, speech, gross motor skills, fine motor skills and development. Parents need to bring proof of residency — such as an electric bill or a landlord's notarized statement — as well as the child's birth certificate, Social Security card and a vaccination record from the health department.

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