The Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachians is looking to reconnect with former Girl Scouts.
“We know there is a strong network of local women who are former Girl Scouts,” said Booth Kammann, CEO for the Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachians. “We want to reconnect with those women and provide them opportunities to tell their stories and become involved in shaping the lives of our future women leaders.”
With five weeks left before the April 15 tax filing deadline, the Internal Revenue Service reports that Tennesseans are e-filing tax returns in record numbers.
Through March 7, the IRS has received nearly 1.469 million electronic returns from Tennesseans, an increase of 3.8 percent over last year at this time.
But the largest increase is in the number of taxpayers filing from their own computers. Nearly 712,000 Tennessee filers have e-filed self-prepared returns, an increase of 9.8 percent over last year at this time.
The Henry Center’s 4- to 5-year-old class recently celebrated the birthday of Dr. Seuss with a number of activities, including donning the ever-familiar ears from the book “Horton Hears a Who!”
Class members are, front row from left, Jacob Dingus, Audrey Boles, Emorie Barton, Amanda Woody, Jessica Pugh, Landon Stafford; and back row, Brody Johnson, Lucas Shore, Tom Evans, Ridley Scalf and Daylan Habib.
Daylight saving time begins at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 9, bringing more sunshine in the evenings at the price of an hour of sleep. Vanderbilt Sleep Disorders Center specialist Dr. Kelly Brown says a little extra planning can alleviate that groggy feeling that often accompanies the time change.
“You wouldn’t think moving clocks an hour would make much of a difference, but it really can. Especially for night owls and people with underlying sleep disorders, it can be a tough transition,” Brown said.