The organization will host a career exploration and employment event next week, and representatives from two local companies will be on hand to discuss job opportunities.
Since it began 15 years ago, the prom has given young children and teenagers the opportunity to dress up, dance and socialize with other local children, all at no cost.
Are you a recent graduate looking for your first job, or are you looking to change careers? If so, South Central Kingsport Community Development Inc. invites you to its career exploration and employment event this evening.
On the 50-year anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s death, community members are invited to remember King’s legacy with a special program called “The Life and Visions of Dr. Martin Luther King: Fifty Year Memorial.”
KINGSPORT — Children from across the region are invited to learn about the dangers of tobacco as part of Kick Butts Day this week. The event will feature guest speakers, contests and presentations that will encourage children to avoid tobacco products.
South Central Kingsport Community Development and New Vision Youth, in partnership with Kingsport Parks & Recreation and KHRA, have planned the following family-friendly activities, all of which are free to the community.
The event will be held from 7-9 p.m. at the Kingsport Civic Auditorium, located at 1140 Fort Henry Drive, and it’s not too late to get tickets.
Monday’s celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day won’t stop with the parade. Later that afternoon and into the evening, two more events will be held in celebration of King’s memory.
On Tuesday night, people in Kingsport are invited to gather together for National Night Out Against Crime to show support for policemen and other first responders.
KINGSPORT — One of the longest running Fun Fest events, Rhythm in Riverview, will return this year with more family fun events than ever before.