The good turn project is part of a nationwide appeal undertaken by The Boy Scouts, which has more than 3.5 million members.  Food City has served as the sponsor in the Sequoyah Council since its inception in 1988, provided the bags as well as physical and financial support.  More than 5.3 million cans have been collected in the 26 previous Scouting for Food campaigns.

 The food is distributed in the communities in which it is collected.  Many food banks report stocks from Scouting for Food campaigns lasting up to six months.

The Bristol Historical Association will commemorate its 35th anniversary year with a special event this weekend.

Sunday, November 16th from 2:30pm to 4:30pm, an Anniversary Gathering will be held to exhibit association and Bristol history as well as displays portraying current projects of the association.  Among these projects there will be a slide presentation on the restoration of the Robert Preston House being restored at Exit 7 and an educational video that is presented in Bristol elementary schools. Refreshments will also be provided and special music will be provided by Bristol’s Own Dixieland Band.  The event is open to the public and will be held at the Bristol Public Library.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

The Appalachian Agency for Senior Citizens (AASC) has some exciting things coming up in the next few months!  Our congregate nutrition sites will be hosting a contest between themselves to increase membership as well as developing new activities for each site and our annual Bowl-a-thon to fight senior hunger will be November 21.  For more information call 276-964-4915.