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ETSU offering Pharmacy Open House event, Dec. 7u00a0
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. u2013 East Tennessee State University Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy is offering a free Open House event for any prospective student interested in pursuing a career in pharmacy on Tuesday, Dec. 7, 4-6:30 p.m.
u00a0The event will include a welcome from Dean Debbie Byrd, an overview of the collegeu2019s nationally recognized program, a chance to talk with student pharmacists, admissions information and tours of campus.
Register for the free open house event at etsu.edu/pharmacy/admissions/open_house.php.
The Sullivan South High School first four graduating classes of 1981-1984 are planning their u201c40th Reunionu201d for the weekend of June 3rd , 2022.u00a0 Because the school closed after last school year, the classes decided to have a joint reunion of all four years celebrating together.u00a0 Saturday night June 4th events will be held at Meadowview Conference, Resort & Convention Center starting at 6:00 p.m. and the cost is $65 per person which will include dinner, music and some u201cspecial guests.u201du00a0 Friday June 3rd events are still in the planning stages so stay tuned.u00a0 The reunion committee is still looking for classmates so anyone interested in helping please contact Cindy Hall at email@example.com or Becky Smithy at firstname.lastname@example.org Also, for payment info, please send them an email or go to Facebook page u201cSullivan South 1982 40th Reunion with classes of 1981, 1983 and 1984.u201d u00a0u00a0We hope to see you there!
City of Kingsport Property Taxes Are Due u2013 What you need to know
Itu2019s that time of year again – the City of Kingsport 2021 property tax are due. To avoid penalties, property owners must pay those taxes on or before November 30, 2021. Additional penalties of 2% are due on all unpaid 2021 city property taxes on December 1, 2021, 4% due on January 1, 2022 and an additional 1% will be assessed on the 1st of every subsequent month until paid in full.
Please note: penalties assessed for delinquent tax payments cannot be waived by any city official.
Residents can pay city taxes by mail (415 Broad Street), in person or by drive-thru at the Customer Service Center (415 Broad Street, first floor) or online (www.kingsporttn.gov).
The City of Kingsport accepts VISA, MasterCard, and Discover credit and debit cards for the payment of property taxes at the Customer Service Center, online and at the new JACK payment kiosk. A 2.75% card processing fee will be assessed for all property taxes paid by credit/debit cards.
Payments by check may be put in an envelope and dropped in the drop box of Lane 2 of the drive-thru at City Hall.
The City of Kingsport Customer Service Center can be reached at 423-229-9418.
Bristol TN Parks & Rec to host pickleball, basketball leagues
Registration is now underway for a six-week Pickleball Winter Warm Up and an Adult 5-on-5 Basketball league that will be sponsored by the Bristol, Tennessee Department of Parks & Recreation in January.
The Pickleball Winter Warm Up will begin Monday, Jan. 10, and continue each Monday and Wednesday evening through Feb. 16. All games in this doubles-only program will be played between 6 and 9 p.m. at the Slater Community Center. Players of all ages may register individually at bristoltn.recdesk.com and should list a doubles partner on the registration form. Games will be scheduled by the Department of Parks & Recreation and each team will play at least 12 matches. The $15 registration fee includes a t-shirt.
For additional information about the Pickleball Winter Warm Up or Adult 5-on-5 Basketball league, please contact Taylor Harmon at email@example.com.
ETSU Health COVID-19 vaccine clinics return to Millennium Center
Clinics offering primary doses and boosters
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. u2013 ETSU Health is returning to the East Tennessee State University Millennium Center for community COVID-19 vaccine clinics in November and December. The clinics will offer both primary doses and booster doses of the Johnson & Johnson Janssen COVID-19 vaccine. They are free and open to the public.
The clinics will be:
Sunday, Nov. 21, 1-5 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 23, 3-6 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 4, 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.
The vaccine clinics will be held in the ballroom at ETSUu2019s Millennium Center, located at 2001 Millennium Place. Patients may park on the third level or above in the parking garage adjacent to the Millennium Center and follow the signs to the ballroom.
The only requirement for the clinics is that patients be at least 18 years old, as the J&J/Janssen vaccine has not been approved for anyone younger than 18.
The CDC recommends that people age 18 years and older who received a J&J/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine at least two months ago should get a booster shot.
In addition, those who started with Pfizer BioNTech or Moderna primary doses may choose to get a Johnson & Johnson booster if they are six months after their second dose and among the following groups:
65 years and older
Age 18+ who live inu00a0long-term care settings
Age 18+ who haveu00a0underlying medical conditions
Age 18+ who work or live inu00a0high-risk settings