HC Legislative Body Meetings

The following meetings will take place at the Houston County Courthouse:

September 4 – 5:30pm: Working Meeting for Houston County Legislative Body

September 17 – 5:30pm:  Houston County Branding Committee

September 25 – 5:00pm: Houston County Tourism & Recreation Committee

On September 9 at 6:30pm the Houston County Legislative Body
meeting will be held at the Houston County Courthouse.

All meetings are open and the public is encouraged to attend.

 

King Puck

The Houston County Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the Fourth Annual King Puck Contest.

When:  Friday, September 20 at 6:00pm.

Winner receives the title of “King Puck” with a ribbon and may be asked to represent Houston County Fair at various events during the year including the Irish Celebration Parade in March.

A Health Certificate (vet check) is required and will be paid for by the Houston County Area Chamber of Commerce.  Judging will be on beauty/handsomeness, accessories, personality/mannerisms, and audience response.

Genealogy Workshop

Melissa Barker teaches a free Genealogy Workshop at the Houston County Library. The Friends of the Houston County Library provides pizza!

Bring your research with you and get help checking out a few websites! Perhaps you will be able to break down a brick wall!

On September 24, the topic will be:
Family Photographs:  Where to Find Them“.

Sweet Tea & Southern Art

The Houston County Arts Council presents the “Sweet Tea & Southern Art” exhibit. This exhibit will be back in Erin for its seventh year. The event hosts local artists, adult and youth, from Houston and surrounding counties.   

For more information, please call 931-289-ARTS (2787).

HC Historical Society

Check out the Houston County Historical Society!  They have interesting programs each month! 

The June meeting of the Historical Society will be at the Erin City Hall on June 11. It is the annual joint meeting with the Stewart County Historical Society. The topic will be the Brunsoni Iron Ore Furnace. Our speakers will be Dr Michaelyn Harle of TVA and Marc Wampler of Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions, Inc.