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From News Director Cheryl Allen

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(Monday, March 2nd )

McKenzie Man Charged With DUI

Paris, Tenn. - A report at the Henry County Sheriff’s Office reports that Antonio Alvarez Perez, age 22, of McKenzie, was apprehended on East Wood Street and charged with DUI 1st Offense and driving without a license. Bond was set at $1500.

Essential Oils Class and Soup Fur Humane Society

McKenzie, Tenn - The Carroll County Humane Society will be hosting a free Essential Oils class on Saturday March 14th at the Carroll Bank and Trust Community Room in Huntingdon. During this class, you will learn how essential oils can help you, your family and even your pets with natural solutions.

Also, later that same day, March 14th from 5 -8 pm there will be a Soup Fur Carroll County Humane Society. There will be assorted soups, cornbread, crackers, drinks and desserts. The cost is $7.00 for adults and children under the age of 10 $3.00 for all you can eat.

You also have the option to take home a quart of soup for $5.00 but you will need to bring your own jar. A prize will be given for the best soup and everyone eating will get to vote. There will also be entertainment and a silent auction. All the proceeds for this event will go to the Carroll County Humane Society, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.

Bethel Open House March 21st

McKenzie, Tenn - Potential traditional undergraduate students can get a good idea of what Bethel University is all about Saturday, March 21, by attending an Open House hosted by the Bethel University College of Arts and Sciences Office of Enrollment Services.

Held on the McKenzie campus, the Open House will allow students to tour the campus and to meet with campus representatives. Additionally, students will get the chance to interact with current Bethel University students.

    

The tentative schedule includes registration at 8 a.m., in the Vera Low Center for Student Enrichment; an 8:45 welcome followed by a Wildcat Fair, campus tours and then lunch. Closing remarks will be at 12:45.    

One special event for this particular Open House will be an opportunity to see Bethel's Renaissance Performing Arts Group present "Easter with Renaissance." This is an optional part of the Open House event. Tickets are free, but Open House participants and their guests must RSVP to get these tickets.

Those who wish to attend the March 21 Open House are encouraged to contact Bethel’s Office of Enrollment Services either by phone at 731-352-4030 or by e-mail at admissions@bethelu.edu.

Lifeline Blood Services to be at Fred's in McKenzie Friday

McKenzie, Tenn - Established in 1947, LIFELINE Blood Services is proud to serve the people of West Tennessee as their independent, non-profit, community blood center. Governed by a local board of directors, LIFELINE is committed to providing a safe blood supply in the quantity and at the time needed by the patient.

Each year patients in the West Tennessee hospitals served by LIFELINE require 27,000 units of blood and blood products. Since West Tennessee's healthcare system has become more sophisticated and patients can receive specialized treatments locally without traveling to metropolitan areas, there is an increase in blood usage.

Lifeline will be at Fred's Super Dollar Store on Friday, March 6th from 12 pm - 6 pm.

You can save time by registering online.

When you complete the Online Donor Registration prior to donating blood, the system will print an anonymous electronic receipt with bar codes. Please take that receipt to the blood collection site today to complete the interview process.

  • 10-15 minutes - The Online Donor Registration will take 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Do not begin the registration until you are sure you will not be interrupted.
  • ABSOLUTE PRIVACY - You should be in a private and comfortable setting where you will not be disturbed during the registration. If you will be in an open area where others can hear the sound from this registration, please turn off your speakers before beginning or use headphones.
  • SAME CALENDAR DAY - You must complete the online registration on the same calendar day you plan to go to the blood collection site. The earliest time a valid registration receipt can be completed is 12:01AM the same day you plan to donate. If you complete the online registration before the earliest time, the bar coded registration receipt will not be valid and it will be necessary to complete a new registration at the donation site.

 

Carroll County Humane Society in Need of Items

McKenzie, Tenn - Carroll County Humane Society are in need of a few things... First, peanut butter. Yes that sounds trivial, but peanut butter is a great way to give meds to dogs and they also LOVE peanut butter slathered inside their kong toys to keep them busy when they wake up from their afternoon nap.

Second, they are running low on dog treats and have 2 special requests for them. The large bags of Ol'Roy "Dinner Rounds" are perfect just as a small treat before bedtime at night and for rewarding good behavior during "school." However, a few of the dogs complain at such a paltry snack and prefer the large Milkbone biscuits. So, bags of "Dinner Rounds" and Milkbone large biscuits sure would make the pooches happier.

Third, Rousey - the special needs puppy with the problematic cerebellum - loves stuffed animals when she is sleeping in her pack-n-play or out on her yoga mats during toddle time. Any stuffed animals needs to be able to be thrown in the washing machine. If you are cleaning out closets, please send any washable stuffed animals Rousey's way!

Any of these items can be dropped off at our shelter building at 21822 Hwy 22 in McKenzie between 8:00-1:30 M-F or 10:00-3:00 on Saturdays. Thanks in advance!

UT Martin Extended Campus Offers ACT Prep Course

Martin, Tenn – The University of Tennessee at Martin Office of Extended Campus and Online Studies will offer an ACT Preparation course from 8 am – noon on Saturdays Feb. 28 – April 11, on the UT Martin main campus. There will be no class on April 4.

Students will participate in an intensive ACT preparation course taught by Ron Ramage, UT Martin adjunct instructor and teacher at Obion County High School.

Students will learn to complete test problems based on question frequency, difficulty, substantive knowledge, curriculum and alternative test-taking strategies. Participants will also learn how to maximize their scores and develop time management skills.

Students will begin the course by taking an official off-record ACT test. After receiving feedback, instructors will guide student through the exam based on their areas of need. At the end of the program, students will take another off record exam.

Once participants receive their post-test data, instructors will meet one on one to provide personalized study plans in preparation for the real exam.

The registration fee is $225 and includes two textbooks, two official ACT tests and a diagnostic report. Students may bring and ACT-approved calculator, if desired. For more information about the course or to register, visit

utm.edu/departments/ecos/nondegree.php or call the Office of Extended Campus and Online Studies at 731 881 7082.

 

 

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