Governor Bredesen and Connected Tennessee to Present Nearly 200 Nashville Area Foster Kids with Free Computers


Computers 4 Kids Program Arrives in Davidson County and the Mid-Cumberland; New Partners of the Program to Be Announced What: Governor Phil Bredesen and Connected Tennessee’s Computers 4 Kids program will be presenting 183 deserving foster children in the Davidson County and Mid-Cumberland regions with brand new Dell laptops valued at over $100,000. The recipientsContinue reading “Governor Bredesen and Connected Tennessee to Present Nearly 200 Nashville Area Foster Kids with Free Computers”

AUGUST 2008 PROGRAMS AT BLOUNT COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY


MARYVILLE, Tenn.– During the sultry evenings of August, you are invited to the Blount County Public Library to enjoy the seventh season of Hot Summer Nights Concerts along with other programs such as a Northern India Travelogue and a presentation about the Appalachian Quilt Trail. Or you may want to just drop by to read,Continue reading “AUGUST 2008 PROGRAMS AT BLOUNT COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY”

West Nile Virus confirmed in Knox County


Knox County Health Department (KCHD) received separate lab reports today confirming the presence of West Nile Virus (WNV) in Knox County. A sample of mosquitoes, called a pool, taken from the 37914 zip code area of Knox County and a bird turned in by law enforcement from the same zip code have both tested positiveContinue reading “West Nile Virus confirmed in Knox County”

Pellissippi State president visited Belgium


Knoxville, TN—Allen Edwards has been committed to bringing the world to Pellissippi State Technical Community College since 1993, when he was named president of the institution. Among the many international opportunities for students he has been behind: a sports exchange program with Cherbourg, France; choir tours to Poland and France; and study abroad through theContinue reading “Pellissippi State president visited Belgium”

SERENATTA AT THE MAIN LIBRARY


What: Library Lunchtime Concert Series: Serenatta When: Wednesday, August 13 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Where: Courtyard at Main Library, 615 Church St. Cost: Free and open to the public More: http://www.library.nashville.org, http://www.libraryconcerts.com or 862-5800 Romantic musical ensemble Serenatta evokes the splendor and magic of the Latin spirit. Using violin, vocals, Spanish guitars, uprightContinue reading “SERENATTA AT THE MAIN LIBRARY”