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Monday, June Now - Friday, March 8

Rogersville Parks & Recreation T-Ball/Softball Sign-Ups

The cost is $30.00 per player. There are different leagues for children ages 4-15. For more information about the leagues, the age cut off, and the upcoming try-outs in March call the park office at 423-272-2545.    8 Friday, June 19

Thursday, July 4

Rogersville Fourth of July Celebration Lineup

9:00am-Three-On-Three Basketball Tournament at the Rogersville City Park.

10:00am-Lineup for the parade at East Rogersville Baptist Church.

11:00am-The annual Independence Day Parade, this year's theme is "I Pledge Allegiance". Call the Rogersville/Hawkins County Chamber of Commerce to enter a float in the parade.

5:00pm-Food and soft drink vendors open at the Rogersville City Park.

5:30pm-Opening ceremonies onstage at the park.

6:00pm-Andrea Davidson and her band take the stage.

7:15pm-Bulls Gap takes the stage.

9:30pm-The fireworks display will close the event.

Click here to visit the Rogersville 4th of July website

UETHDA Head Start taking Applications for the 2019-2020 School Year

The Upper East Tennessee Human Development Agency is now accepting applications for their
Head Start program. Head Start is a unique comprehensive early childhood education program
offered in Northeast Tennessee. Head Start promotes the school readiness of young children. ages 3-5 through agencies in their local community.  Enrollment is available for children with disabilities. Head Start families also have access to other agency programs such as adult education, job training, case management, and energy assistance. To apply or learn more contact your local Family Engagement Specialist at: 423-272-7989.

Mooresburg's Friends & Neighbors Thrift Store  extending the bagsale through June

Mooresburg's Friends & Neighbors Thrift Store (118 Loretta Lane next to Mooresburg Post Office) is extending the bagsale through the month of June. Location:} Days& Hours: Thurs, Fri, & Saturday. 10:00 am – 3:00 pm $2.00 for grocery-size bag, $3.00 for kitchen-size bag & $5.00 for “Treasure Bag” AKA: 30 gallon leaf-typebags.

Monday - Wednesday June 17 - 19

Cherokee Lady Chiefs Girls Basketball Skills Camp, Summer 2019

Monday, June 17 through Wednesday June 19 from 9:00 A.M. – 11:30 A.M.
Camp will focus on both offensive and defensive fundamental development.  Each camper will receive fundamental basketball instruction, individual attention from camp staff, skill competitions, and game competition.  The camp staff will be made up of the Lady Chief Coaches and both
current and past Lady Chief Players. A free camp T-shirt will be given to each camper that pre-registers by June 14th. The cost for the camp is $60 per camper, $100 for two in the same family, and all girls’ grades K-8 are invited to register. Actual registration will begin at 8:15 am on Monday June 17.  If you have questions, contact Coach Jason Lawson by email at  and please pre-register your camper at this link:   You can also find the information on facebook in the Big Red Nation section and also on twitter. Go Chiefs.

June 17 - June 24

Summer Reading Program at Surgoinsville Public Library

Our program theme this year is "A Universe of Stories". Here are the times: Monday,June 17th at 1:00 - we have a special speaker, Lori Meier, from ETSU. She will have a presentation called "What's Up In Space". We will also have a Tesla car here for viewing & lots of crafts. Wednesday, June 19th at 1:00 - we will have a presenter from Bays Mountain here with animals & Joanne Irvin will be here with a model of a solar home. She will talk about solar energy.  Monday, June 24th at 1:00 - our grand finale- we will have inflatables, indoor putt putt course, games, snacks and lots of special prizes. Several special prizes will go to the top readers. For every 5 books you read, your name will be entered in a drawing to win the grand prize.

Tuesday, June 18

If someone overdoses would you know what to do? Free Training and Kit for Naloxone

This could help you save a life. Tuesday, June 18, 2019 6 p.m.-7:15 p.m. at The Hawkins County Health Department -Rogersville 201 Park Blvd, Rogersville 37857.  Phone: 423-272-7641
Participants must call or see appointment clerk to register for training class. Class size is limited to 25 participants. Each participant will receive training on how to administer Naloxone to reverse a heroin/opiate overdose.  Only one naloxone kit per household.  Training provided by TN Dept. of Health and Sullivan County Anti-Drug Coalition  Kits provided through the Sullivan County Anti-Drug Coalition

Wednesday, June 19

Environmental Committee Meeting

Environmental Committee Meeting June 19, 2019 at 11:00 am in the Meeting Room - Adm. Bldg

EMS Exploratory Committee Meeting

EMS Exploratory Committee Meeting June 19, 2019 at 6:00 pm in the Meeting Room - Adm. Bldg

Thursday, June 20

Airport Committee Meeting

Airport Committee Meeting June 20, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. in the Meeting Room - Adm. Bldg.

Saturday, June 22

Annual Josh Mabe Memorial Ride

Annual Josh Mabe Memorial Ride hosted by the Over Home Riders June 22, 2019
9:00-10:45 am registration ($10 Bike registration fee) 11:00 Kickstands up.  Ride begins at Hancock Rescue Squad and Ends at Stony Gap Church. Approximately a 3 - 4 hour ride.  Food will be provided at Stony Gap Church $10 per plate (fish or chicken, hushpuppies, slaw and fries) including a drink.  50/50 drawing will be held. Proceeds go to Josh Mabe Memorial Scholarship Fund. Everyone welcome. For more information, call 423-300-7751 or 423-300-9893.

Saturday, June 29

The St. Clair Reunion 

The St. Clair Reunion will be at the St Clair park on Saturday, June 29. The reunion is for students who went to the old school which was at the park. We will eat at 12:00. Please bring a covered dish.

Thursday July 4

The Rogersville City Offices closed 

The Rogersville City Offices will be closed on Thursday July 4th, 2019, and the garbage for Thursday will be picked up on Friday July 5th,2019. please everyone have it out by 7:00 a.m.

Tuesday, July 9

Rogersville City Board of Education Meeting

Notice is hereby given to the Citizens of the Town of Rogersville that the Rogersville City Board of Education will meet in Regular Session, Tuesday, July 9, 2019, at 5:00 p.m. in the Board Room at the City School. Anyone needing special accommodations in order to attend this meeting should contact April Myers, ADA Coordinator, at 423-272-7651.

2019 Mosquito Forecast

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Earn your high school diploma for free

The state of Tennessee will pay for your high school equivalency diploma test, as long you complete pre testing requirements with the program. Call 865-657-1138, for more information or to schedule your pre testing. We are located at the American job center in Morristown.

Hawkins County Cancer Support Group

Hawkins County Cancer Support Group meets the 2nd Monday of each month 6:00 pm at Hope Community Church. For more information call 423-345-3049.

Hawkins County Special Olympics

Hawkins County Special Olympics is presently accepting applications. For more information about getting an application call Christy at 423-327-9158.

The Appalachian Homesteaders Association

The Appalachian Homesteaders Association meet the first Tuesday of every month at Holston Electric Auditorium in Rogersville at 7 pm. The purpose of the association is to share knowledge of sustainable agriculture, homestead systems and small acreage farming with association members and the entire community. There are many topics of interest including, but not limited to, home water and power supply, raising poultry and small animals, sustainable farming, growing and using medicinal herbs, beekeeping and permaculture. For more information, call (423) 272-2309 or email

Coast Guard Auxiliary

We are coming to Cherokee and Douglas Lake to serve the boaters in distress and assist in Recreational Boating Safety. We are an all Volunteer Force Multiplier created in 1939 by the US Coast Guard to serve and help in local and regional water.  We are actively recruiting for members in the East TN area. Contact us at // for a Recruiter to contact you.

Rogersville Laundry Ministry

First Christian Church, Burem Missionary Baptist Church, & Henard Chapel Baptist Church have partnered to provide a laundry ministry in Rogersville.  Free Laundry night is on Thursday from 5-7pm at West Rogersville Coin Laundry on Locust Street and Dirty Dudz Coin Laundry on Main Street beside the car wash. The ministry provides all supplies for doing Laundry  including soap, Bleach, Softener, Dryer sheets, etc.  in addition to the quarters for the machines (up to $10 per household). All donations will be accepted. For more information or to make a donation please contact Dawnel Newhouse at 1-937-661-5706 or visit the Rogersville Laundry Ministry Facebook page.

Hawkins County Cancer Support Group Monthly Meeting

The Hawkins County Cancer Support Group will meet on the second Monday of each month except in December at 6:00pm at the Hope Community Church on Highway 11W in Rogersville. Our Mission is to educate and inform, as well as, to financially assist families as needs arise. Travel is expensive, medicines are expensive, and like can be hard after a diagnosis of Cancer.

Telamon Early Head Start

We are recruiting children for our Early Head Start center that is located in the Greene County side of Bulls Gap. Telamon Early Head Start is accepting applications for free child care for families with children six weeks to 3 years of age. Services include free childcare five days a week. For more information and to see if you qualify, contact Telamon at (423) 721-4004. That’s (423) 721-4004.

Pickin on the Porch

Pickin on the Porch of the Bulls Gap Railroad Museum every Friday from 7:00 p.m. til 9:00 p.m. Live jam session, Bluegrass and Gospel, no amps.

Free Adult Education Classes

Adult Education classes are offered M-F 8-3 and night classes are offered M & Thurs 5-9. We have free classes and free testing. It is the best time to work on obtaining your High School Equivalency degree. We also have access to different programs for financial aid if students are interested in furthering their education after getting their diploma. Call 423-500-1020, leave a message we will get back to you!

Services for special needs children and young adults

Local school systems provide services for special needs children and young adults, ages 3 years to 21 years, who reside within the system's district.  If you have or know children who are not currently being served, please contact:

Hawkins County Schools, 272-7629, ext. 2400   Rogersville City School, 423-272-7651

Rogersville Kiwanis Club

The Rogersville Kiwanis Club meets every Tuesday at 12:00pm at the Hale Springs Inn in Rogersville. For more information call Pam Mayo 423-272-7354.

Greenlight A Veteran

America's veterans are some of our nations bravest hard working men and women. Greenlight A Veteran is a campaign to establish visible national support for our veterans by changing one light to green. Change one light in a visible location in your home or office to green and keep it glowing every day as a symbol of support and appreciation for our veterans. For more information visit

New Hawkins & Hancock County Adult Education Classes

Classes are being offered Monday - Friday starting at 8:00am and at night on Tuesday & Thursday. Contact the lead instructor Jennifer Greene at 423-300-3368 for more information.

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Lighthouse Community Center

Lighthouse Community Center is open every Tuesday from 11:00am-4:00pm on 712 Caney Creek Road across from the Striggersville Fire Department. They have plenty of items to choose from. We accept all Donations! All proceeds benefit the needy in our community.

Mooresburg Friends & Neighbors Thift Store

Mooresburg Friends & Neighbors Thift Store are open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday each week from 10:00-3:00pm. All Proceeds Benefit Mooresburg Community Center a nonprofit organization that provides over 45 hot meals per day. For more information call 423-293-0073.

Rogersville Rotary Club

The club meets every Tuesday at 12:00pm at the Ballad Hawkins County Memorial Hospital.

East Tennessee Young Bluegrass Musician's Contest


Rogersville City School


Hawkins County Girl Scouts


Rogersville Heritage Association


Rogersville Playhouse


Rogersville Main Street Program

Rogersville 4th of July Celebration

Hawkins County Election Commission Meetings

The commission meets on the 2nd Monday of each month at 3:45pm in the Election Office conference room on the 2nd floor of the Courthouse Annex to conduct any business that comes before the commission. Anyone who needs special accommodations in order to attend should contact Donna Sharp at 272-8061 or e-mail Requests should be made at least 2 days before the scheduled meeting.

Hale Springs Inn First Wednesday Art Show

All artwork is available for purchase on the first Tuesday of the month opening show and remains available for the rest of the month until the next first Tuesday. The opening Tuesday art show also features music and free d'oeuvres.

Rogersville Alcoholic Anonymous Meetings

Tuesday at 8:00pm and Saturday at 7:00pm at Rogersville First United Methodist Church on 110 Colonial Road(use back entrance). Sunday at 7:00pm at Wellmont Hospital, Conference Room. Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday at 7:00pm at Mooresburg Community Center on 319 McNeil Circle. Call 235-9535 for further information.

Rogersville Al-Anon Meeting

Saturday at 7:00pm at Rogersville First United Methodist Church on 110 Colonial Road(use back entrance and go to the 2nd floor). Call 235-9535 for further information.

Rogersville Narcotic Anonymous Meeting

Thursday at 7:00pm at Wellmont Hospital , Conference Room. Call 235-9535 for further information.

Rogersville Community Based Outpatient Walk-In Flu Clinic for Veterans

The is open Monday-Friday from 8:00am-3:00pm and is closed on federal holidays. Regulations require that veterans be enrolled at Mountain Home or one of the community based outpatient clinics and veterans must meet Center for Disease Control guidelines.

Rogersville Civitan Club

The Rogersville Civitan Club meets on the first and the third Tuesday of each month at the Brickoven Kitchen in Rogersville. The address is 1206 East Main Street. Meetings start at 6:30 pm. If you have any questions, please call Judith @ 272-8135 or Rebecca @ 921-0567.

Hawkins Habitat for Humanity

Please help Hawkins Habitat for Humanity help others by your generous support in whatever way you can.Give us call or email us if you have questions. Also call or email and talk with us about volunteering or donating. If no one answers the phone, leave a message and your call will be returned. 272-1830.  

CEASE Domestic Violence ans Sexual Assault

CEASE Domestic Violence and Sexual Assualt  aids in developing and securing resources for victims of family violence and sexual assault, and provides santuary to victims and their families. It is a nonprofit organization serving Claiborne, Grainger, Hamblen, Hancock, Hawkins, and Union Counties in East Tennessee. Our program has two emergency shelters in Hamblen and Claiborne Counties with a combined total of 26 beds. CEASE was founded in 1980 in response for the need for safe shelter for women and children who were displaced from their homes because of domestic violence. In 1999, it became a dual issue program, also responding to the need for crisis services and advocacy for victims of sexual assault.  CEASE, Inc. provides services to persons without regard to race, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity (or expression), religion, handicap or disability. CEASE prohibits harrassment by employees based on race, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity (or expression), religion, and national origin. For more information, call 423-581-7029.  The 24 hour hotline is: 1-800-303-2220.