The Cowan Clipboard September 2018
Activities & Upcoming Events
Sept 8: "Bach and Barbecue" Homecoming Celebration
Come and celebrate the ministry and heritage of one of the oldest churches in the South Cumberland area!

Christ Episcopal Church in Tracy City will have a full day of activity with a gospel quartet at 11 am, barbecue luncheon at noon, an organ recital at 2 pm, and photos and historical exhibits through the day. 

Christ Church is located at 225 14th Street in Tracy City near the historic district.
Sept 8 Rising Sun Redbud Music Festival
3 to 10:30 p.m. in downtown Winchester. 

An evening of spectacular live music and community spirit organized to celebrate the beautiful Rising Sun Redbud. 

For more information visit the event on Facebook:
Sept 21-23 Fall Heritage Festival in Downtown Cowan
Come and celebrate the life, history, arts, and culture of the Cumberland foothills!

The Fall Heritage Festival in Cowan, Tennessee brings music, arts, crafts, demonstrations, food and music into a weekend event for all ages.

We will have a Cruise-in (Friday), cornhole tournament, two music stages, and other activities. 

For complete information log on to our website:
Sept 25: MCCSN Walk-a-Thon
The Multi-County Cancer Support Network invites supporters and survivors to help our neighbors undergoing treatment and medical care! 

Join us for a fun and healthy event at 801 Dinah Shore Blvd in Winchester (a.k.a. the old high school) between 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. 

For more information, including Team Forms, call the MCCSN office at (931) 967-0904.
Sept 29: Fire on the Mountain Chili Cook off and Car Show
The Tracy City Street Rodders and the South Cumberland Chamber of Commerce are teaming up to welcome the fall season! 

Car and bike entries are $10 each. The entire event takes place behind Monteagle City Hall.

Contact the Chamber for chili entry forms and other information at (931) 924-5353.
Have you noticed the new Trail of Tears signs in Cowan?
We are pleased to mention that two decades of research and hard work is bringing local results!

The Tennessee Trail of Tears Association in partnership with Franklin County Historical Society, local landowners and municipalities is making the Trail of Tears Original Route visible again.

This vital piece of history will help tell a painful story about the past and serve as a helpful research tool and conversation starter.

We invite to take advantage of years of research and freshen your knowledge of the Trail of Tears.
October 2-6: Franklin County Fair
"Tractor by Day, Fair by Night" in Winchester, Tennessee.

This year's Franklin County Fair is moved to October! Everything we offer will take place in cooler weather! 

This year's fair will feature carnival rides, exhibits, live entertainment, music, tractor pulls, mud bog, and lots more.
October 20: Mountain Goat Mud Run
There's a new race on the mountain to benefit the Mountain Goat Trail! 

The Mountain Goat Mud Run is a 3-mile run with 15 natural obstacles. The event opens at 2 p.m. and last until sunset. There will be a pig roast and bonfire with live music beginning at 5 p.m. 

The cost is $50 per adult in advance or $65 the week of the event. and the Cowan Clipboard are projects of the Cowan Commercial Club.

Founded in 1922, Cowan Commercial Club is one of Tennessee's oldest civic organizations.
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