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McKenzie Banner Classifieds 11-23-21

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In this issue

  • Christmas With Renaissance is Next Week

    Tuesday, November 23

    Bethel University hosts Christmas with Renaissance, an annual celebration that takes audiences on an awe-inspiring journey, while showcasing all aspects of the Renaissance Performing Arts Program.

  • McKenzie Defeats Defending State Champions-Fayetteville

    Tuesday, November 23

    FAYETTEVILLE (November 19) — McKenzie Rebels won a hard-fought victory to defeat Class 1A defending state champions Fayetteville on Friday, November 19.

  • McKenzie to End Ward System

    Tuesday, November 23

    McKENZIE (November 18) — In the next general election, the City of McKenzie will no longer have council representation through the gerrymandered ward system. Thursday evening, the City of McKenzie Board of Mayor and Council approved resolution 21-0004 requesting the Tennessee legislature to end the ward system. McKenzie will use the at-large system by which any candidate meets the following requirements: must be 21 years or older and has been a resident of the City of McKenzie for at least one year immediately proceeding an election.

  • ‘Randy Frazier Court’ Dedicated On First GHS Game

    Tuesday, November 23

    GLEASON (November 16) — The playing surface at Gleason School’s basketball gymnasium has a new name, “Randy Frazier Court” in honor of the former coach.

  • Area Christmas Parades Start Next Weekend

    Tuesday, November 23

    McKenzie McKenzie’s annual Christmas Parade is Saturday, December 4 at 4 p.m. Lineup is 3:30 p.m. at McKenzie Middle School. To register to participate, email mckenzie.events@cityofmckenzie.com or phone 731-415-0981.

  • McKenzie: A Mistletoe Christmas

    Tuesday, November 23

    Nov. 30 — Beta Sigma Phi’s Jingle Bell Luncheon – Church of Christ, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

  • Aden Hutcherson is Winner of the Heisman High School Scholarship

    Tuesday, November 23

    Aden Hutcherson, a senior at Huntingdon High School, is one of two Tennessee high school seniors to be honored with a Heisman High School Scholarship. This program honors the nation’s most accomplished, community-minded high school senior athletes. Defined by leadership and impact, the program aims to inspire all students to harness their potential, push their limits, and use their talents not only to advance their own futures, but to improve the communities and world around them.

  • Amanda Padilla Enters Columbia University

    Tuesday, November 23

    Amanda Padilla, a McKenzie High School alumna, graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Tennessee at Martin on May 8, 2021, with a Bachelor of Science in Social Work.

  • Diamond Rio Performs to Sold-Out Audience at The Dixie

    Tuesday, November 23

    HUNTINGDON (November 20) — Finally! Diamond Rio performed at The Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center in Huntingdon on Saturday, November 20 to a sold-out and enthusiastic audience eager to hear the band. The much-anticipated performance was long in the making as COVID-19 forced the cancellation of previous performances.

  • Baptist-Carroll County Lab Receives Accreditation

    Tuesday, November 23

    The Accreditation Committee of the College of American Pathologists (CAP) awarded accreditation to Baptist Memorial Hospital Carroll County Laboratory based on results of a recent on-site inspection as part of the CAP’s Accreditation Programs.

  • Paris Rotary Celebrates 100 Years of Service

    Tuesday, November 23

    PARIS (November 18) — The Rotary Club of Paris celebrated its 100th year of service during a banquet at the Paris Convention Center on November 18. It comes as the City of Paris celebrates its 200th anniversary.

  • County Insurance Committee Approves Rate Hike

    Tuesday, November 23

    HUNTINGDON (November 18) — The Insurance Committee of the Carroll County Commission voted unanimously to remain with the State of Tennessee’s health insurance plan with Blue Cross-Blue Shield for employees (and their families) of all county departments. For the 2022 calendar year, premiums will increase 5 percent over the 2021 rates.

  • McKenzie Elementary First Quarter Honor Roll

    Tuesday, November 23

    First Grade Teacher: Kelsey Brown Honor Roll: Jayna Gauthier, Merritt Ghyers, Tripp Hollowell, Ethan Redmond.

  • Henry County Medical Center Board of Trustees Discussed Staffing Shortages, Finances

    Tuesday, November 23

    PARIS — Prior to the Henry County Medical Center Board of Trustees meeting, the members in attendance watched two videos produced by Tenn. Hospital Association for their annual meeting. The first was a recognition video of THA Small and Rural CEO of the Year, Lisa Casteel. The second was one featuring Tenn. hospitals and employees documenting the work with COVID-19 for the past 20 months.

  • Carroll Arts, McKenzie to Present ‘A Mistletoe Christmas’

    Tuesday, November 23

    Carroll Arts and the City of McKenzie will present “A Mistletoe Christmas” at the Park Theatre in Downtown McKenzie on Thursday, December 2 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $7 each, available at the door (No advanced tickets will be sold). Doors open at 6:15 p.m. The concession stand will be open.

  • Inglenook Book Club News

    Tuesday, November 23

    The Inglenook Book Club met in November at Lakeside Senior Living Center with Beverly Mueller and Pedie Pedersen as hostesses. Members enjoyed delicious refreshments and the tables were beautifully decorated in a Thanksgiving motif.

  • McKenzie Banner November 23, 2021

    Tuesday, November 23

  • Marriage Licenses

    Tuesday, November 23

    •Miguel Burgos Garcia, 30, of Henry to Rachel Lynndsey Taylor, 29, of Medina.

  • Still Giving Thanks For Leon’s Bad Aim

    Tuesday, November 23

    I have no idea when you get old enough to “know something.” I was about five when I fell on the gravel running down what was then called the Como Road. I slid head first past six rows of cotton, two water troughs and a rusted out Arcade hay rake.

  • Weekly 150: Alvin Hawkins

    Tuesday, November 23

    Two Tennessee governors have called Carroll County home. Both men, Alvin Hawkins and Gordon Browning were lawyers and politicians whose careers took hold in Huntingdon. This week I would like to share the story of Alvin Hawkins, most of which came from the History of Carroll County publication and William Robertson Garrett and Albert Virgil Goodpasture’s History of Tennessee.

  • Recipes 11-23-21

    Tuesday, November 23

    Peppered Hamburgers 1 1/4 pound ground beef 1 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 green pepper, cut in rings 1 red pepper, cut in rings 6 Tablespoons cola beverage 3/4 Tablespoon flour 1 onion sliced 1 teaspoon paprika 1 egg yolk 1/2 teaspoon pepper Butter

  • Calendar 11-23-21

    Tuesday, November 23

    Kellys To Sing  at Grace Baptist The Kellys of Lawrenceburg will sing at Grace Baptist Church, 747 Magnolia Avenue, McKenzie on Sunday, December 5 at 6 p.m.

  • Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

    Tuesday, November 23

    Felony Evading — Mathew Lynn Berry, 32, of Camden was charged with felony evading following a Nov. 11 police pursuit in Huntingdon.

  • Huntingdon Police Reports

    Tuesday, November 23

    Meth — Robert J. McClerkin, 56, of Huntingdon was charged with drug possession during a Nov. 2 traffic stop in Huntingdon.

  • Property Transfers

    Tuesday, November 23

    William K. and Linda G. Coleman to Midway on the Square, LLC in District 4.

  • McKenzie Rebels Defeat Defending Champions

    Tuesday, November 23

    What a chilly night! What a crowd from McKenzie! What a defensive game! Among the McKenzie crowd was a portion of Cornersville’s football team that drove down for the game. The Rebels defeated Cornersville 28-0 in the last round of the playoffs. They are in Fayetteville’s football region and lost to them 18-8 during the season.

  • McKenzie High School Basketball Off To Good Start

    Tuesday, November 23

    McKenzie’s High School teams are off to a good start on the 21-22 season. They opened up on the road at Greenfield on Thursday, November 18 and swept the Lady Jackets and Yellow Jackets.

  • McKenzie Sweeps Harrelson, Splits With Clarksburg, West Carroll

    Tuesday, November 23

    McKenzie Middle had a busy week last week traveling to Clarksburg on Monday, November 15, splitting games. The Lady Rebels won 38-5 while the Rebels lost another close one to the Rockets 36-32.

  • Huntingdon Splits with West Carroll, Sweeps Clarksburg

    Tuesday, November 23

    Huntingdon Middle and West Carroll Middle met for the second time this season this time at West Carroll. The first meeting at Huntingdon saw both the Fillies and Mustangs win both games.

  • McKenzie Police Reports

    Tuesday, November 23

    Warrant Arrest — On Tuesday, November 16, Officer Cody Coleman and two other officers, served an arrest warrant out of Carroll County Juvenile Court on Melissa McCaig, 38, of McKenzie. McCaig was arrested at her residence without incident and transported to Carroll County Jail.

  • Christmas with Renaissance

    Tuesday, November 23

  • Delinquent Taxes

    Monday, November 22

  • Notice to Creditors - FINLEY

    Monday, November 22