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 Happy Holidays from Cannon Arts Dance Studio

For the second year in a row, Cannon Arts Dance Studio is proud to host a master workshop offered by The Chicago Core Project Dance Company. As a Christmas gift to the community, Cannon Arts is offering the workshop for free (although donations will gladly be accepted)! This is a great opportunity to dance and learn with professional dancers!

Information is as follows. When: Saturday, Dec 8, 2012

Ages 5-9: 10-11 a.m. Preteen-adult: 11-12:30

Who: students and non students alike! Anyone who wants to dance: all are welcome! Attire: if you have dancewear, ballet or jazz shoes, great. If not wear comfortable clothing, sneakers

 Call 615 5639122 for more info: Otherwise, just come!



Sterling Brown’s History of Woodbury andCannonCounty, first published in 1936, has been reproduced in limited quantites, a 48-page index added, and may be purchased while the supply lasts for $70 each.

Get your copy at Adams Memorial Library or at Jennings Jewelers. Send check, payable to “Brown Book,” $75.15 including S&H to Peggy Tate, Adams Memorial Library,212 College Street,Woodbury,TN37190. This would make an excellent Christmas gift.



Representative Mark Pody will be meeting every third Friday at theCannonCountySeniorCenterfrom 1:00p.m. until 2:30 p.m. Anyone that needs to talk to him is welcomed.



  Free flu shots will be given at the Cannon County Health Department Monday through Friday. Call 563-4243 for more info.



The Sheriff’s Department will be accepting donations of new, unopened toys which started November 20. The cut off day for donations to be dropped off will be December 15.

Items needed for infants up to high school aged children.

Please call 563-1000 for more info.



The Woodbury Lions Club has started its annual Pecan Sale. Available this year are pecan halves, walnuts, fruit and nut mix and cashews.

All are available at Jennings Jewelers, Vance Bros. car lot, Rite Aid Pharmacy, Cutting Edge Salon, Bobby Smith’s office, Cannon County Senior Center, Dr. Trea Wessel’s office, First Bank, Paul Reed’s Furniture, First National Bank, Regions Bank, Woodbury Funeral Home, Woodbury Nursing Center, Woodson’s Pharmacy and from any Lions Club member.


Social Security hours change

Effective Nov. 19, the Murfreesboro Social Security office will reduce its hours by 30 minutes each workday. The office will be open to the public from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.

CannonCountyservices are covered by theMurfreesborooffice.

On Nov. 23, the day after Thanksgiving, the office will be closed to the public, but employeers there will work to reduce backlogged workloads.

Most Social Security services do not require an office visit. Many services, including applying for retirement, disability or Medicare benefits, signing up for direct deposit or informing of a change of address, are available online at or by phone at 1_800-722-1213. People who are deaf or hard of hearing can call the TTY number at 1-800-325-0778.




For the ninth consecutive year, Cash Express, located at103 E. Main St., is collecting toys, canned food and coats for the underprivileged. Cash Express is teaming with the Cannon County SAVE program to distribute these items.

Anyone wishing to donate items can drop them off at Cash Express, 103 E. Main, or D&J’s Pizza, 805 W. Main St., Osborne’s Piggy Wiggly, 834 W. Main St., First Bank, 101 W. Main St. or Mid Cumberland Head Start, 630 Lehman St.

Used coats will be cleaned by Cash Express.



  Live, In Concert will be the Hunt Family Bluegrass atHollowSpringsCommunityChurchon Saturday, December 15 beginning at 6:30.


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