Cherokee County Herald - - COMMUNITY NEWS -

The cur­rent school term is “wind­ing down” — but scores of events are al­ready fill­ing the Land of Chero­kee’s late spring and early summer cal­en­dar!

Thurs­day, May 11, will bring the Chero­kee County Cham­ber of Com­merce’s monthly break­fast. There is no charge to at­tend the 8-9 a.m. gath­er­ing — but prospec­tive at­ten­dees should telephone the C of C of­fice by noon on Wed­nes­day to make reser­va­tions. ( The monthly break­fasts pro­vide an op­por­tu­nity for com­mu­nity ser­vice or­ga­ni­za­tion lead­ers and vol­un­teers, bus­inesspeo­ple, and com­mu­nity and county elected of­fi­cials to have fel­low­ship and share ideas for opportunities in the area. Hats off! to all of the break­fast spon­sors, the C of C staff/ of­fi­cers/board of direc­tors, food pre­par­ers, and C of C am­bas­sadors.

Tues­day, May 15, the lo­cal Lions Club will have a “Thank you” re­cep­tion for Ann Carr — to rec­og­nize her for her work for Lions projects. The 4 p.m. event will be staged at Lanny’s Restau­rant. All Lions and for­mer Lions are in­vited to at­tend.

On the 16th, Lions will erect a Lions’ high­way sign at the edge of Lanny’s Restau­rant prop­erty. Lions Clubs through­out the district are urged to dis­play signs to let res­i­dents and vis­i­tors know the clubs ex-

by Anne Shu­maker

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