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Donations needed
Would you like to help children in crisis in Johnson County? Anne’s Emporium and Thrift is seeking re-sellable items such as furniture, appliances, clothing, etc. Located at 920 Hwy 421 North, Mountain City, TN. Bridge Builders, Inc. Non-Profit. Call 423-742-5595

In The Beginning Christian Day Care seeks volunteers
In the Beginning Christian Day Care seeks volunteers to minister to God’s little ones. Must have a heart full of Jesus’ love and enjoy playing with babies. Call John at 707-4308 or Jacqueline at 797-0253 to schedule an interview.

Is your child signed up for Mailbox Club?
Would you like to receive mail? Would you like to earn discounts for, and maybe even a free week of, summer camp? Would you like to earn prizes during CBM Time each month? Most of all, would you like to learn about God? If you answered yes, then please join CBM’s Mailbox Club. We will send you a free Bible lesson through the mail. When you complete it and send it back, we will send you another. By doing Bible lessons, you earn a small prize in CBM Time as well as earning discounts for summer camp. If you are in 3rd grade or above and have never been to Camp Ta-Pa-Win-Go before, you can earn a FREE week of summer camp in 2013. You can sign up by visiting our website If you do not have internet access, you may call 423-930-8040 or you can fill out the information at the bottom of this sheet and return it to:
Camp Ta-Pa-Win-Go
111 CBM Camp Rd
Watauga, TN 37694
Name: ________________________ Birthday: ___ / ___ / ___
Parent/Guardian Name: ________________________________
Address: ____________________________________________
City: ______________________ State: _____ Zip: ___________
School: _______________________ Grade: _____
Questions? Contact: “Mr. Mike” Whitehouse, CBM Missionary, 727-9080, Fax: 727-9080, [email protected]

First Place for Health begins at Roan Creek
First Place for Health, a Christian based weight loss and healthy living program begins at Roan Creek Baptist Church on January 18, 2013 at 10:00 am. The group will meet every Tuesday at 10:00 am. Start your new year off right with Bible study and good health. If interested in an evening class due to your schedule or want more information, you may call the church office or Betty at 423-727-8425.
An Invitation to the Women
in our Community
Are you a woman carrying heavy burdens? Has the world brought isolation and confusion into your life? There is a safe place in our community for those women who believe in the infallible Word of God. Coming together with other women provides an opportunity to share encouragement and purpose. Location and times of meeting are to be determined. Please call 768-0018 for more information.

St. Anthony’s to hold fish fry
St. Anthony’s Knights of Columbus will be holding a fish fry every Friday from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm at St. Anthony’s of Padua, Main Street in Mountain City. Meals are available to eat in or carry out. There is a suggested donation of $5.00 per meal. Proceeds help the less fortunate, disabled and intellectually challenged citizens of Johnson County. For more information, call Robert Back at 423-460-1086.

March Released Time Schedule
School Date/Time Place
Roan Creek Mar 6/11:45 Pleasant Grove
Doe Mar 7/8:30 Bethany Baptist
Mtn. City Mar 11/8:30 First Christian             
MCE Mar 12/8:30 First Christian            
Laurel Mar 12/12:45 St. Johns
Shady Mar 13/1:00 Shady Baptist
JCHS Mar 14/8:55 MC Presbyterian

CBM’s Released Time Education
It’s not too late to sign up your youngster. Make sure your child continues to join over 1,100 Johnson County students as they enjoy Children Bible Ministries’ Released Time Education Program (CBM Time). Fill out a permission slip. Johnson County is one of four counties in East Tennessee sponsoring Released Time Education with over 4,000 students enrolled.
CBM’s community ministry provides Bible chapels for all five elementary schools, the Middle School and the High School, grades 1-9. Chapels are held in churches of four different denominations with volunteers from twice that many denominations.
For more information, contact “Mr. Mike” Whitehouse at 727-9080 or email at [email protected]