Proposal coming March 10
Citizens of Walden recently led a forum about the future of the McCoy property, resulting in two basic sentiments: proceed slowly and get the property open to the public as is.
The MACC is holding a pottery gnome workshop for parents and children with instructor Lolly Durant Friday, March 6 from 6:30-8:30 p.m., and Saturday, March 7 from 10 a.m. to noon. The deadline to sign up is Wednesday, March 4.
Signal Mountain resident Charlene Nash uses her knowledge of soil and agriculture to help small farmers in Africa increase their production, and therefore their quality of life, through her nonprofit organization, Soil Resources Initiative.
As Signal Mountain resident Sandy Croft approached a half century in age, the chemical distribution company she had worked at most of her life, where she’d met her husband Robert, laid her off.
Adams Automotive and Performance is expanding its offerings to include performance parts.
Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series outlining the purpose and duties of the various boards involved with the government in the town of Signal Mountain.
Walden officials are considering getting citizens involved with the McCoy property in a more official way.
While Signal Mountain brothers W.O. and Marvin Johnson have enjoyed good health for most of their lives, in recent years, both have been forced to undergo rehabilitation at Siskin Hospital for Rehabilitation after suffering from strokes.
Nursery to hold class
Signal Mountain Nursery owners Mark and Kim Bonastia remind the community that now is the time to prune, clean beds and fertilize.
Editor’s note: This is the third in a series outlining the purpose and duties of the various boards involved with the government in the town of Signal Mountain.
For years, Signal Mountain youth sports leagues have warred over field space, and now town officials say they are stepping in the right direction.
Concerned Walden citizens are hosting a forum to discuss what they want for the future of the McCoy property Tuesday, Feb. 17 at 6:30 p.m. at the Mountain Opry.
Members of the Design Review Commission have a lot of say when it comes to how non-residential properties look in the town of Signal Mountain.
Signal Mountain resident and artist Liz Nichols recently began painting full time, and her abstract, atmospheric works can be found locally at Sophie’s Shoppe on the North Shore and on exhibit at the Exum Gallery at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church downtown starting March 13.
Twenty years ago, a group of enthusiastic Walden residents gathered and constructed the Pumpkin Patch playground in a matter of five days. And now, they want to do it again.