The Family Care Center at 1014 West Main St. includes a Thrift Store open to the public Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The Family Care Center helps others by giving clothing, food and possibly hope to families in their time of need. The Center asks for your help by supporting its thrift stores. There are currently three locations, the one in Centre, another at 5511 Main St. in Hokes Bluff and another in Cedar Bluff. The Center is currently helping more than 100 families per week and thanks the community for its continued support. Director is Cindy McGinnis.
All retirees of the Cherokee County Education Retirees Association are invited to attend the monthly meeting Wednesday, Jan. 8, at Lanny’s Restaurant. Starting time is at 11 a.m. in the private dining room. Guest speaker will be Andy Lowe who will inform members on Investments/Personal Advisory. There will be time for questions and answers from Lowe. Lowe’s presentation will be followed by a “Dutch-Treat” lunch from the serving bar or members may order from the menu. For more information, contact Millie Rowley at 256-526-8583.
The Party Bridge Club meets at the Fort Payne Senior Center. For more information, call 256-256-927-7754.
Visit the beautiful Rock Village, home of some of the best hiking and rock climbing throughout the world. Enjoy fresh air and beautiful scenery. Go to the intersection of U.S. Highway 411 and Highway 68 in Leesburg, turn right, turn left on Cherokee County 36, to the intersection of County Road 36 and County Road 70, turn left and follow the signs.
Visit the historical Cornwall Furnace on Cherokee County Road 92 in Cedar Bluff.