National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend, which has become a national holiday for Girl Scout Cookie fans is Friday, February 27 through March 1.
BLOOD DONORS NEEDED! To those bloggers in east Tennessee, north Georgia and southwest Virginia there is a urgent need for O-negative blood. The cold weather in our area has significantly impacted the supply of this universal blood type. Your help is needed to make a donation as soon as possible. Please visit http://www.bloodassurance.org today for more information and to arrange to donate today.
If you are in other locations please consider a donation to your local blood bank today. They are in need as well.
Recently, Blood Assurance has experienced a 25% INCREASE in blood usage by local hospitals.
This has been accompanied by a 15% DECREASE in donations.
1 donation can save 3 lives.
Local patients need you. Donate today.
National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend kicks off THIS FRIDAY!
Find your cookies at http://girlscoutcookies.org your support is appreciated. Enjoy!
It’s Girl Scout Cookie Time!
Friends in many areas pre-orders for Girl Scout Cookies are being taken. This is the world’s largest girl-led business. To see where you can buy your stash of cookies go to http://www.iwantcookies.org this is for a great cause. The Girl Scout Council of The Southern Appalachians is geared up for this cookie season.
Girl Scout Cookies, Get Them Now!Standard
Booth sales for Girl Scout Cookies start on Friday, March 1, 2013. Visit IWantCookies.org to reserve cookies for delivery and if you wish to find out where they are visit cookielocator.littlebrownie.com for more info. Your support the largest girl-led business in the world is appreciated. If you want more information on Girl Scouts visit girlscoutscsa.org.
Storm damage closes Johnson City schools; police advise residents to stay homeLink
Heavy evening rains Sunday flooded several areas of Northeast Tennessee, including downtown Johnson City and numerous sections of Washington, Carter and Unicoi counties.
Storm damage closes Johnson City schools; police advise residents to stay home