Chic on the Creek

By |September 20th, 2018|Big Ugly|

Michael Tierney, Big Ugly Step by Step One of the advantages of being around for a long time (Big Ugly Community Center is 23 this fall, Step by Step is 30) is that when people are looking for partners for out of the box ideas, they think of us. On October 6, Big Ugly Community


By |September 20th, 2018|Big Ugly|

Bea Sias, Logan County Step by Step   On August 10th, 2018, Grow Appalachia, Pride Organization and Word of Life Church, and twenty or more other schools threw a BACK TO SCHOOL BASH for the students and parents in Logan County. We had health services, Vision and other things to check for the adults.   They

Defining Community (and other fun stuff)

By |September 15th, 2018|Uncategorized|

After consulting Webster's Dictionary, Martha Giddings, a fixture in the Snowshoe/Linwood Real Estate Business, writes: How do you define a community? Communities are made of people, not rhetoric. You can define a community by the shared attributes of the people in it, and/or by the strength of the connections among them. When an organization is

Seasonal Smells

By |September 11th, 2018|Rural Resources|

Hello there!  It has been a while, but I still exist.  Debbie Strickland here in Greeneville, TN, kicking it up with Rural Resources!  My co-worker, Kathleen Lokey, has been keeping you all posted with our gardening program involving our at-risk teens.  She has come on board this growing season, and has been doing an amazing

Season Extension

By |September 11th, 2018|Scott County|

August has been a very busy month for us here at the Scott Christian Care Center.  This month we went to Carl and Sherry Shafer’s Farm.  Carl shared with us about extending the garden season. Interesting fact that he shared with us:  Green beans are nitrogen fixers the roots of the bean have rhizobium –