The Tennessee Recovery Project is providing free and confidential mental health assistance to those who have been impacted by Covid-19. For more information, please click here. For information in Spanish, please click here.
Governor Lee has announced that $200 million is available for small businesses affected by the Coronavirus. For more information, click on this link: https://www.tn.gov/governor/news/2020/6/2/gov-lee-announces-tennessee-business-relief-program.html.
On August 13, 2020, an expansion to the Tennessee Business Relief Program was announced. The expanded program includes a number of additional eligible business types.
The Houston County Historical Society meets on the second Tuesday of the month in the fellowship hall of the Erin United Methodist Church at 7:00pm. Join us to learn about the history of Houston County!
On January 14, James Bridges will be presenting the
“State of Houston County”.
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.
The Houston County Friends of the Library is hosting it’s Third Annual “Pot of Gold” Adult (18 and older) Creative Writing Contest. There are 2 categories; short fiction and poetry. A writer may enter one or both categories and may submit multiple entries in each category, however, the writer can only win once per each category. The deadline for the contest is July 20, 2018. For more information, contact the Houston County Public Library.
Good Luck and Happy Writing!
Flag Day is observed on the 14th of June each year to honor and celebrate the adoption of the American Flag on June 14, 1777.
On June 14, the American Legion Post 73 will host a Flag Retirement Service at the Herb Gould Veteran’s Park in Tennessee Ridge.