For a small town library, the Signal Mountain Library “has a lot happening.” And with a small staff, that means help is needed.
In celebration of National Puppetry Month, the MACC is holding a pop-up Puppet Festival Saturday, April 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Even with the popularity of booking travel online, the travel agency business is cruising along, and even growing, said Lynn Holcomb. The Signal Mountain resident recently purchased an Expedia CruiseShipCenters franchise with her husband, Carl, and opened a location in East Brainerd.
Working families in Soddy-Daisy may be glad to know a new preschool option has opened across from City Hall.
Students in the Nolan Drama Club are the first to present “Twisted Time,” an original play by Signal Mountain resident Michael Huseman. Huseman said he was inspired to write the play after a conversation with Nolan teacher Sherry Johnston, who suggested he write something special for his son Zachary Huseman’s last play at Nolan.
Shortly after the Signal Mountain Community Guild formed more than 80 years ago, the organization began accepting nominations from community members for its Woman of the Year Award presented annually at the group’s Dogwood Luncheon each spring. The deadline to submit nominations for the 2015 Woman of the Year is Wednesday, April 8.
Signal Mountain Social Services is now offering several college scholarships open to anyone in need who is a permanent resident of the 37377 ZIP code.
Editor’s note: This is the eighth in a series outlining the purpose and duties of the various boards involved with the government in the town of Signal Mountain.
In the face of a petition signed by around 200 people, the Soddy-Daisy City Commission is holding fast to the regulation it established regarding the required minimum distance between liquor stores.
Signal Mountain naturalist Amy Graves is teaming up with Signal Mountain Nursery to offer fun and educational programs for children and families focused on plants, animals and the natural world.