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Main St., to consider Certificate of Appropriateness 272-2019 218 E. Challenge cards are available for pick up at the following locations: Atlantic Ale House, Carver Recreation Center, Fleet Feet, Local Motion Cyclery, Mahoney’s, Memorial Park Community Center, Norris Bicycles, The Bike Shop, Trek Bicycle, Yee Haw Brewing Company and the Chamber of Commerce.To complete the challenge, participants must post a selfie to Instagram or Facebook using the hashtag #Go All Out showing them engaged in one of the following activities: hiking to the top of Buffalo Mountain, walking/biking the Tweetsie Trail, playing disc golf at Winged Deer Park, riding/hiking Tannery Knobs, attending a Johnson City Cardinals game, walking the art trail at Founders Park, visiting the mural in King Commons, or attending the Meet the Mountains Festival. All completed challenge cards will be entered into a drawing with the winner receiving a Johnson City swag bag at a later date.If a violation occurs in an active school zone, the fine is 0 and requires a referral to Sessions Court.
Proceeds from this fundraiser will benefit Johnson City Public Art.
Participating artists as of July 9, 2019 include: Allyn Amore Dale Atkinson Joanna Barnett Sam Barnett Jamison Bell Ruby Berry Michelle Black Laken Bridges Meara Bridges Heather Bruglia Deborah Bryan Hillary Buckner Monique Carr Jose Castillo Trinity Lancaster Keith Larson Hollie La Rue Liz Layton Linda Loffmin Angelique Lynch Jocelyn Mathewes Bill May Shannon Mettler Catherine Murray Mary Nees Greg Nobles Sarah Nobles Kristen Olinger Nicole Childres SCher Cornett Kaitlin Cwikla Lori Devoti Karen Dorr Sheri Earnhart Bailey Eshbach Tommy Farmer Nancy Fischman Jason Flack Brian Fletcher Helen French Kathy Gibian Lyn Govette Mary Olsen Josh Paul Cecilia Pippin Lynn Price Elizabeth Reid Nina Rizzo Ann Ropp Lori Rouse Andy Russell Elise Russell Alice Salyer Sylvia Salyer Kim Schneider Pat Sheets Randy Greear Will Griffith Art Harris Chasidy Hathorn Collin Hawley Nate Hook Rupa Hook Hannah Howard Jon Jennings Barbara Jernigan Elvis Kee Suzie Kelly Maddie Kuziel Susan Lachmann Angie Shepherd Eric Drummond Smith Sarah Stanley Suzanne Stryk Stacey Suarez Kelly Swift Ginny Tallent Lillian Travis Michelle Treece Dianna Lynne Tucker Christy Ward Nathan Little-Warner Kristen Wilhoit Stacie Williams Eugene Wolf anniversary with an outdoor concert that includes the world premiere of “Echoes of 1869,” a piece commissioned for the community by the City’s Sesquicentennial Commission. on Saturday, July 27 at Winged Deer Park’s Lakefront Festival Plaza Goulding Amphitheatre, 199 Carroll Creek Road, Johnson City.
“Johnson City is unique in that we have so many outdoor adventures in close proximity to our downtown,” said Sesquicentennial Commissioner Jenna Moore. Other events this month include: Those 50 and older are invited to join instructor David Beeman from a.m.-noon on Thursday, Aug.
“We hope this challenge increases awareness of the multitude of activities available as well as encourages people to take their activity levels up a notch.” Completed challenge cards can be exchanged for a prize at Johnson City’s “Go. Out.” tent during the 2019 Meet the Mountains Festival on Aug. 22 at Memorial Park Community Center, 510 Bert St., for a free program that examines the key factors of retirement, finances and healthcare.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that in 2017 over 3,000 people were killed by distracted drivers in the United States.
Additionally, a study by the University of Utah showed that using a cell phone while driving is equivalent to a blood alcohol content level of .08.
Due to Monday’s Labor Day holiday, the Johnson City Board of Commissioners will hold its agenda review meeting at 4 p.m. 5) in the Administrative Conference Room of the Municipal and Safety Building, 601 E. Avenue, from Elm Street to Baxter Avenue, will be closed from a.m. on weekdays throughout the month of August at the Senior Services desk at Memorial Park Community Center, 510 Bert St.
“We want them to focus on the people, places, events and environments that exist in the City that reflect the many reasons people choose to live, work and visit here.” Printed photo submissions, mounted on foam board no smaller than 8x10 inches and no larger than 11x14 inches, are being accepted 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
There is no limit to the number of entries that can be submitted; entry fee is per photograph.
All entries will be displayed at MPCC during the month of October with an artists reception scheduled for Saturday, Oct. A panel of judges will award first, second, third and honorable mention ribbons to youth and amateur submissions in the color photograph category as well as the black and white category.