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The Tater Town Parade included many emergency vehicles from Gleason and other towns around the area. Scores of children and teens were in the parade, from church floats to students from Gleason Junior and High School supporting their graduating classes. A large crowd came out to witness the event. One of the highlights of the parade was the marching band and color guard from McKenzie High School.

The marching band provided wonderful music that adults and children loved, and the color guard amazed the crowd with their bright-pink flags that mesmerized everyone that watched. The weather was very hot, but that did not stop local citizens from coming out to watch their hometown parade. Participants on one of the floats distributed cold water to those that needed it.

The parade ended with horses and horse and buggy entries. Some of the horses were decorated for the occasion with flowers and paint. After the parade, the crowd moved to the Gazelle Grounds, where the festivities continued.

Live music was provided by the band Avonlea, which preformed a free concert for all to enjoy. Many Weakley County businesses operated vendor booths to display their products offering food and drinks for the large number of people that came out to enjoy the festivities.

Before the bingo started a short devotional was shared lead by Chris Snider. The Adult Bingo game was held on Thursday, August Anyone 18 years old or older could play Adult Bingo. During an intermission, a cake auction allowed top bidders to enjoy baked goods cooked by local residents. The event also featured music, games for the kids, and other activities.

The BBQ was cooked by various businesses and families in the Gleason community and anyone that paid the small seven-dollar fee to get into the Gazelles grounds could eat as much BBQ as they could hold. Children enjoyed playing corn hole, which became very popular as the afternoon went by. When the night came to an end, the crowd enjoyed a spectacular firework show and grand finale.

Parade then Grand Parade and festivities. A community church service was held on Sunday morning. Photos by Jim Johnson, GleasonOnlnine. Robert Rahauer, also of CSX.

It will feature an 18 hole course offering all the fun twist and turns one expects, plus a few challenging holes.

Our course is designed with 9 holes to accommodate our handicap friends and families and we have specially designed clubs to make their experience awesome. In addition, our restrooms will both have baby changing stations for the dads as well as the moms. It is our desire that every family will be able to afford to bring their children and have a grand time, therefore, our prices will be kept low for everyone.

We will be offering special rates during special events throughout the year and conducting fund raising tournaments for various organizations. Our course is designed with a beautiful waterfall situated in the back center and cascading down over rocks, ultimately ending in a fountain pond. There are bridges crossing the water, and a few surprise water challenges on some of the golf holes!!! Folks are welcomed and encouraged to use any area as a photo opportunity with their loved ones.

The course will have beautiful landscaping keeping in theme with our rolling hills. We will have benches and picnic tables available, drinks and snacks available for purchase.

As with any business there are rules that must be followed for the safety and enjoyment of all guest. Rolling Hills is no different. The park rules and regulations will be posted at the entrance. Alcohol will not be allowed on the premises, anywhere. Foul language will not be tolerated.

There will be a designated tobacco use area, this includes all forms of legal tobacco products. We are thankful beyond words for Gleason not only allowing us to be a part of the community, but also, supporting our business. This project is the first of three we have planned. You can expect to see construction in for a water park complete with slides and all the other fun things a water park has to offer.

Once opened, construction will then begin for the bumper boats park!! Without God, none of this would have been possible and to Him, we give our praise and glorify His name.

This is your park, we just want to be allowed to share in your laughter and enjoyment. For any questions, comments or concerns, you may contact us at: After reviewing the possible locations for the monument, which features an eternal flame, board members voted to place it in front of Gleason City Hall.

Aldermen discussed other possible sites for the monument, including Snider Park or Huggins Park, but decided it would be best to place it at City Hall, where more people would see it.

The monument was previously located at the front entrance of the former American Legion, Post , building at West Union Street in Gleason. When the post disbanded, the building was sold to Jeff Leach, who donated the monument to the City of Gleason. The eternal flame was originally a part of the display, but the internal parts have burned out and it was never repaired.

Instead, the flame was replaced with an electric light. To operate the flame once more, it must be attached to a propane gas source. The board agreed it would be desirable to have the eternal flame burning once again. However, it was mentioned that the type of gas burner currently on the monument is inefficient and costly to operate, which is why the American Legion stopped using it long ago.

Alderman Doug Johnson suggested attempting to find a modern and efficient gas burner that would be cheaper to operate. On a motion by Alderman Jim Phelps, the board voted to place the monument next to the sidewalk at the front entrance of Gleason City Hall.

She stated the hole miniature golf course will be situated on a acre tract of land on the south side of Hwy 22 in Gleason. Water and Sewer are being provided to the property in preparation of it being open to the public. The board approved the first reading of an ordinance updating OSHA requirements, as required by law.

The regulation update is mandated by the federal government. The state inspectors noted they were very impressed with the way the facility is maintained, both inside and outside of the building. It will measure 40 ft. The structure is being paid for through Gleason Fire Department, which managed to obtain donations for the project. Public Works Director Dale Stephens stated, after being notified by the state that the landfill needs to be cleaned up in order to be in compliance with federal regulations, the mayors of Gleason and Dresden went to the landfill and spoke with state officials to learn what needed to be done to correct the problem.

According to Stephens, the City of Sharon, which is also responsible for keeping up the landfill, stated they did not have the equipment or the manpower to assist in cutting the trees that had grown up around the landfill, but agreed to pay their share of the costs to do the work. A private contractor, who had the equipment needed to cut the saplings, was hired and did the job in a couple of days. Stephens stated it would have taken city employees several weeks to complete the work with the equipment they have.

Alderman Johnson mentioned the street behind the Margraves Building, formerly Trevathan Grocery Store, located at South Cedar Street, is in bad shape and needs to be repaired. In announcements, Mayor Poole stated there will be a block party on Tuesday, Aug. She said there will be fire trucks for the public to view, a corn-hole tournament, chalk coloring, contests for kids and other activities. Additionally, a fireworks show, sponsored by the Gleason Gazelles, is scheduled for Friday night, Aug.

With no further business, the meeting adjourned. The fellowship is named for the founder, Paul Harris, a Chicago lawyer who started Rotary International with three business associates in She was designated to receive the recognition as a special expression of appreciation from the Gleason Rotary Club.

She is a staple of the club and is a wonderful sounding board when I have had questions as president. As a group, we decided no one deserved it more.

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