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OES BEAN LUNCH THIS FRIDAY
  The Hohenwald-Linden #496 Order of Easter Star (OES) will host a Bean Lunch this Friday, September 23, 2016, from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Enjoy beans, cornbread, onion, dessert, and drink for $5. Eat in, carry out, or delivery. Call early if you need delivery: Kenneth Watkins, 931-209-2053, or Deborah Hardin, 931-589-3919. The dinner will be held downstairs of the Masonic Lodge across from the Courthouse in Linden.

ACS: TENNESSEE POVERTY RATES DECLINE, MEDIAN INCOME RISES

  Tennessee was one of 25 states that saw a significant decline in its poverty rates, 1.6 percent, from 2014 to 2015, according to the 2015 American Community Survey (ACS) one-year estimates released today by the U.S. Census Bureau.

  The annual survey provides a wide range of demographic and economic statistics on states and local areas for communities of 65,000 or greater.

  For more on this story, be sure and pick up a copy of this week's edition of the Buffalo River Review.


7TH ANNUAL FFA SHOW OCTOBER 15
  The seventh annual FFA Antique Tractor and Engine Show & Tractor and Truck Pull will be held Saturday, October 15, 2016, starting at 8:00 a.m., at the Perry County FFA Alumni Blue & Gold Park (former Perry County Saddle Club) on Highway 13 South, Linden.
  For a schedule of events, be sure and pick up a copy of this week's edition of the Buffalo River Review.


'REMEMBERING WORLD WAR ii' LIVING HISTORY THIS WEEKEND
  As Linden’s annual “Remembering World War II” arrives this weekend, the founder further explains in the following article—the second of a two-piece submission—what the living history event hopes to accomplish.

ANTHONY COURTER
Special to the REVIEW

  This week we conclude our two-part series detailing the vision and mission of Remembering WWII.
  In our previous article we discussed two of the event’s purposes: building community spirit, and honoring WWII veterans.
  Today, we’ll cover how we want to engage the reenacting community and the public spectator, and answer a question many have asked: “Why WWII?”
  The reenacting community and the public spectator
  The last thing anyone needs is more amusement, and while many aspects of Remembering WWII are fun, entertainment is not our goal.
  We would like our event to challenge both the reenactors and the spectators to look, learn, participate, and think.
  We don't want our re-enactors to view what they’re doing simply as a hobby: we hope they will have a growing passion to teach others history's lessons.
  For the rest of this story, be sure and pick up a copy of this week's issue of the Buffalo River Review.


 
Sports
 
VIKING LEGACY NOMINATIONS END TOMORROW
  The open nomination period for the Vikings Legacy Club ends tomorrow, Thursday, September 15.
   The Vikings Legacy Club will induct a new class of members at the annual steak dinner banquet at the PCHS gymnasium on December 17.
   Each year during this open nomination period people may nominate a high school athlete, coach, or administrator that they feel has had a significant impact on Perry County athletics (nominated persons must be at least 10 years removed from their high school graduation date).
   Nominations received will be considered for inclusion on this year’s voting ballot which will then be voted on by 50+ former Perry County players, coaches and administrators.
   Nominations can be emailed to VikingsLegacyClub@yahoo.com.


 
 

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