Disabled American Vets’ (DAV) “Forget-Me-Not” Drive
May 22-25
Food City  (Volunteer Parkway & Virginia Avenue, Bristol; Blountville, and Piney Flats)

Family Fest in the Smokies Featuring Gaither Vocal Band & Friends
May 22-24
Gatlinburg Convention Center, 234 Historic Nature Trl, Gatlingburg, TN
 Also featuring the The Isaacs, Buddy Greene, Russ Taff, Charlotte Ritchie, Gene McDonald, The Booth Brothers, Gordon Mote, Mark Lowry, Karen Peck &  New River, The Nelons, Jeff & Sheri Easter, Collingsworth Family, Allison Speer, Angela Primm, Canton Junction, Voices of Lee, Kevin Williams
(800) 406-4224

Parkway Baptist Jubilee “It’s Beginning to Rain”
May 24-27, 7:00 pm (fellowship dinners Monday – Wednesday, 5:30 pm)
Parkway Baptist Church, 1253 Volunteer Pkwy, Bristol, TN
Speakers include Art Brumit, Donnie Humphrey, Larry Montgomery, Kenny Newberry, and Mike Sage
with music by the Jubilee Choir and other special guests.

Historic Rocky Mount Presents “Music on the Mount: A Memorial Day Tribute”
with the JC Community Concert Band
Tuesday, May 26, 7:00 pm
The concert will feature selections of popular movie scores, patriotic music, and other favorite tunes.
A great event for the entire family, Rocky Mount recommends bringing picnic blankets, or folding chairs to best enjoy the evening.
The concert is free, but donations will be graciously accepted.

Disabled American Vets’ (DAV) Mobile Service Van
May 26 and 27
Let Disabled American Veterans (DAV) help you file your medical claims with the VA. Look for the Mobile Service Van behind the VA Hospital in Johnson City, TN.

Disabled American Veterans’ (DAV) Annual All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast
Saturday, May 30, 8:00 – 10:00 am
Applebees, Volunteer Parkway, Bristol, TN
$5 donation

Sanctus  Real in Concert
Thursday, June 4, 8:30 pm
Downtown Harlan, KY
www.PokeSalletFestival.com

Disabled American Vet’s (DAV) Golf Tournament
June 6, Tri-Cities Golf Course, Blountville, TN
contact davchapter39@outlook.com for hole sponsorships and registrations

Disabled American Vets’ (DAV) Mobile Service Van
June 12 and 13
Let Disabled American Veterans (DAV)  help you file your medical claims with the VA. Look for the Mobile Service Van at Title Max on the Volunteer Parkway, Bristol, TN.

Souled Out Revival with Newsong
June 25-27, 11:00 a.m. – whenever
Sugar Grove Baptist Church, Sugar Grove, VA
davisa531@gmail.com

RAM Clinic in Wise, VA
July 17-19, Wise County, VA
Volunteers will pass out entry numbers at 3am on the first day of the clinic. The event is first-come, first-served. Patients will begin lining up as early as Thursday afternoon to ensure that they receive a place in line. Check the weather, and dress accordingly. Bring you regular medications, and take them as you normally would. Expect long waits. (865) 579-2555

Volunteer Opportunities

Remote Area Medical (RAM) Massive Health Care Outreaches
RAM is in need of volunteers, church and civic organizations, dentists, and donations to help make these events successful. To register as a volunteer please apply at www.ramvolunteers.org.

Trail Life USA
A new organization in the Tri-Cities seeking leaders and participants.

Most guys want exciting outdoor adventure with their friends. We’ve got that! Trips and travel? That, too. Camping. Check. Physical and mental challenge? Yep. And awards? Of course! Trail Life USA is a Christian adventure, character, and leadership program for young men. The K-12 program centers on outdoor experiences that build a young man’s skills and allow him to grow on a personal level and as a role model and leader for his peers. Living the Trail Life is a journey established on timeless values derived from the Bible.


International Student Exchange
Seeking caring families to host international high school students.
(844) 556-6688


CASA (Court-Appointed Special Advocates)
Seeking volunteers to work with abused and neglected children.
423-247-1161


The Oasis of Kingsport
The Oasis is a Christ-centered women’s day center open MondayFriday 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. At the Oasis women can find peace, safety, happiness, and empowerment.  The Oasis understands the value of learning from, with, and through each other’s experiences. Women who sign up to participate at the Oasis are considered “guests.”  Guests can do 2 loads of laundry each day for just 25 cents per load which includes washing, drying, and all laundry products, free haircuts,  free hot showers with towels and toiletries provided. ffree WIFI and computer access for job searching and college applications. Classes and events designed to challenge and encourage self- sufficiency. Devotions are held daily where guests share their prayer concerns and praises. Best of all, women can come just to commune with other women. The Oasis is looking for volunteers.  If you are interested in volunteering, or would like more information about the Oasis, please contact Dianne Scott, Executive Director at 423.392.1137

Heavenly Homes (aka The Big Black Bus)
Heavenly Homes (aka The Big Black Bus)parks near Munsey Memorial Presbyterian in downtown Johnson City every Sunday morning at 8:30am. Bus Director, Tom Campbell, and volunteers provide a place to warm up, get a cup of hot coffee, a fresh doughnut, and other needed items such as winter wear, blankets and health and beauty aids. They also minister to the people one on one as well as have a time of worship and Bible study. If you know someone in need of hope or you would like to volunteer, please come or contact Tom Campbell, Assistant Pastor, The Vineyard 10campbellssing@gmail.com

You may mail your church and community news to us (two weeks in advance, if possible) to:

WHCB 91.5 FM Church/Community News
PO Box 2061
Bristol, TN 37621-2061
or “Connect with WHCB”