During the July 24th Scottsboro City Council meeting, members of the council approved a tourism grant in the amount of $4,500 for the Scottsboro High School’s “Where the Mountains meet the Lakes” band competition. According to Scottsboro High School Band Boosters this year’s event is expected to be larger than last year’s event.
A work session and regular meeting were held by the Scottsboro City Council on Monday, July 10, 2023. Council heard the following and voted to approve as follows:
School will be starting soon, and our Scottsboro and Jackson County food backpack programs will be providing food for our most food insecure children. One in four children face food insecurity in Jackson County.
Jackson County Chairman Bill Nance recently provided an update to The Clarion Newspaper regarding all the work the Commission is doing for the county.
Goose Pond Colony Resort, a municipally owned resort and golf facility, is pleased to host the 41st Annual Fourth of July Celebration taking place on the banks of the Tennessee River.