Chattahoochee River Park
Intertribal Pow Wow
October 9th, 10th, 11th,2015
Friday & Saturday from 10:00am till 10pm and Sunday from 10:00am till 4:00pm
Host Drum: Red Horse Singers
Head Man: Harley "Red Hawk" McGahee
Jr. Head Man: Kevin Phillips
Head Lady: Sara McGahee
Jr Head Lady: Elizabeth C. Conley
Emcee: Bill "Buffalo" Truax Arena
Director: Lester "Wolf" Scroggins
Head Veteran: Chief Brian Thundering Elk
All Drums Welcome
Family Oriented, Educational, Fun
Drumming, Singing, Dancing, Crafts, Food, Stories, Demonstrations, Friends
Chattahoochee River Park Landing
269 River Landing Rd.
Chattahoochee, Florida 32324
Bring a Chair And Join Us For The Day
Or Bring a Tent And Stay With Us Fore The Weekend.
Primitive Tent Camping - Free
R.V. Camping -Special Rates
Tent Camping with Electric & Water - Special Rates
No Drugs - No Alcohol - No Weapons - Animals Must Be On a Leash
Information Contact: Bill Truax (850) 209-7083 or Debra Hicks-Smith (850) 277-1026
E-Main: chattahoochee email@example.com
Chattahoochee Main Street, Inc.
Monthly meeting - October 26, 2015 @ 6:30PM
RV Clubhouse, 269 River Landing Road (Hardee's)
For futher information contact Ben Chandler, Executive Director
or call the CMS office 850-663-2323
Caregiver's Support Meetings
A free Caregiver's support group, for ALL caregivers, meets on the second Thursday of each month from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM, EDT, at Fellowship Hall, First Methodist Church, Chattahoochee. (Located at 118 Main St., Chattahoochee).
The Caregiver Support Group invites all caregivers and their loved ones to join them for a time of sharing with others through conversation education and resources. Lunch is provided at no charge.
Upon prior request, on-site respite care can be provided during the meeting for your loved one.
Please call Recie Culpepper at 850-566-2553 for further information.
THURSDAY, October 8, 2015
THE JAZZ AMBASSADORS DIXIELAND BAND
November 5, 2015, Thursday- 6:00 PM
The band will perform a free concert at the First United Methodist Church in Chattahoochee. The Band, comprised of 7 key members, is known for their positive energy and sound musicianship. Inspired mainly by the swinging styles of the great Louis Armstrong and Jack Teagarden, they play a wide variety of traditional jazz, from the classics of the 1920's and '30's to the early small group swing of the 40's and 50's. The ensemble's most memorable concerts have been in VA hospitals, Soldiers' home care facilities, elementary schools, and Independence Day appearances on Good Morning, America! and Fox and Friends.
For additional information, contact Roy Wilt - 850-663-2298.
The Chattahoochee Boy's and Girl's Club Community Service Project
This semester is to "give back" to the community by partnering with
"You Can Make a Difference, Inc."
A local pet spay and neuter organization. The organization's goal is to collect 2,500 lbs of shoes by Nov. 10, 2015. The organization will receive $.40 per pound that will be applied directly to spay/neuter/wellness vouchers and pet rescue for Gadsden County. Shoes collected will be kept out of landfills and will be donated to people who need them. If the shoes are in bad shape, they will be repaired or recycled. All you need to do is clean out your closet! Shoes may be dropped off at the
Boy's and Girl's Club, 715 Main Street.
Call Amber (850-544-0344) for information or to schedule a shoe pick up.