WHCB HAS A JOB VACANCY!
Title: Administrative Assistant
Supervisor: General Manager
Hours: Part-time (maximum 25 hours/week)
Rate of Pay: Negotiable
Qualifications: high school graduate; proficient in Word, Excel, Publisher, MailChimp; written and spoken English
- Phones (answering, transferring, forwarding, taking messages)
- Post Office (picking up, mailing, sorting)
- Faxes (retrieving, sorting, forwarding)
- Website (updating w/community outreaches totals and community events)
- Receipting (entering donations into Excel, merging into Word doc for thank you letters)
- End-of-year statements (merge data from Excel into Word doc)
- Community Outreach (sorting/counting blankets, Bibles, etc. and organizing/arranging for distribution)
- Amazon Marketplace (listing items, monitoring sales in Excel, mailing sold items)
- Mailing list (maintain with address corrections, deletions, additions)
- Mailings (4 or 5 per year) (printing labels or letters in zip code order, printing/folding contents of mailing, organizing volunteers to assist)
- Special events, i.e., RAM Clinics, Sharathons, fundraisers, Appalachian Fair) (solicit/schedule guests, volunteers, speakers, etc.; set-up, take down)
- Electronic monthly newsletters (collect/write content, design and publish in MailChimp)
- End-of-year printed newsletter (collect/write content and design using Publisher)
- Special programming (research/solicit/schedule churches and non-profits for interviews)
- Programs in which to be proficient: Word, Excel, Publisher, MailChimp
- Other duties as required
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to
or mail them to
WHCB 91.5 FM, PO Box 2061, Bristol, TN 37621
AECC is an equal-opportunity employer.
The Haven of Rest Rescue Mission will open additional shelter space
for the homeless when air temperature is below freezing (32 F, 0 C).
As a service to the community and means of communication to the homeless, a yellow flag will be displayed when temperatures are expected to drop below freezing. The yellow flag will be displayed when temperatures fall between 42-32 degrees Fahrenheit. When temperatures drop below freezing (32 degrees Fahrenheit), a red flag will be displayed indicating that additional space is available. Soups and *warm liquids (consisting of soups or broth, tea, coffee and hot cocoa) will be prepared and available throughout the duration of the freezing temperatures. As long as temperatures remain below freezing, shelter spaces will remain open. Those utilizing the shelter will be expected to maintain personal hygiene and cooperative behavior.
Francis Chan’s Crazy Love Bible Study
(for ages 13-18)
Thursdays through May 2017, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Bancroft Bible Camp
Contact Brett at (423) 967-0377 with questions. Dinner provided.
Cornerstone Christian Academy to Begin Open Enrollment
Families interested in learning more about CCA are encouraged to attend upcoming Cornerstone Coffee events
scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 16, and Thursday, March 2, at 9 a.m., as well as an Open House on Thursday, March 30, at 6:30 p.m.
Prospective students will have an opportunity to experience CCA firsthand during a Shadow Day on Wednesday, Feb. 22.
To learn more about CCA and schedule a visit, call (276) 623-7164 and go to www.cornerstoneabingdon.org.
12 week class on the U.S. Constitution
(credit for high school civics requirement available)
Saturdays, 14 January – 1 April 2017, 9:30 – 11:00 a.m.
Concordia Lutheran Church, 725 Truxton Dr., Kingsport, TN 37660.
Cost: $35. Covers DVD lectures from Institute on the Constitution and one student workbook (per family)
with study questions, quizzes and founding documents.
Why: to restore our Founding Fathers’ biblical, constitutional, American view of law and government.
This American view can be summed up in these words: “There is a God, our rights come from Him, and the purpose of civil government is to protect our God-given rights.”
Pastor Paul Becker will lead each session.
Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park “Where Our Heritage Comes to Life!”
“Liberty!” auditions are being held
Sunday, February 26, 2017 at 2:00 pm OR Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 5:00 pm
For a listing of this month’s Special Events and Workshops,
visit, click, or call:
Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park
1651 West Elk Avenue
Elizabethton, TN 37643
Russell Bennett in Concert
Sunday, February 19, 10:00 am
Lyons Chapel FWB, 1250 Dry Creek Rd, Elizabethton, TN 37643
Arnold Hensley is the pastor and all are welcome to attend.
Sunday, February 19, 6:30 PM
Rich Acres FWB, 1245 King Springs Rd, Johnson City, TN 37601
Kenneth Grindstaff is the pastor and all are welcome to attend.
Daddy-Daughter Date Night
February 17, 6:30-9:30 pm
Sponsored by American Heritage Girls Troop TN5624.
Tickets are $25 for the “dad”—who can be a father, grandfather, uncle, or mentor—and up to two girls as guests. If someone has three girls to bring, the ticket is $30. Tickets may be purchased in advance from members of Troop TN5624. Reservations may also be placed by contacting email address firstname.lastname@example.org
or by calling the Boone’s Creek Christian Church office at (423) 282-0248. Boone’s Creek Christian Church is located at 305 Christian Church Road in Johnson City at the corner of Boone’s Creek Road.
Come sing the old songs and hymns that you love at the Sullivan County Red Back Church Hymnal Sing
Saturday, February 18, 5 p.m.
Singing the 3rd Saturday of each month at, Clay Hill Baptist Church, 122 Hobbs Hollow Rd., Blountville, TN.
The church is located just off Hwy. 11W approx. 5 miles west of the Pinnacle Shopping Center, Bristol, TN. For more info call, 423-323-4085
“My Sister’s Keeper” Ladies Conference
March 3, the doors open at 3 P.M., and the meal and message begins at 6 P.M. and will end at 9 P.M.
Sacred Cross Assembly of God
This conference has proven to be a valuable teaching tool for women to embrace one another as Sister’s in Christ and carry one another’s burdens as worriers in prayer instead of tearing one another down with gossip and petty behavior. It started as a one-time conference and has grown into statewide conferences several times throughout the year.
This will be a FREE conference and will feature guest speaker, Sheila Hindman Harper.
There will be a light meal provided, as well as some shopping booths set up (Robins Nest Boutique, Magpie Accessorize, and Rustic Charm).
Did we mention, there is NO COST to attend?! We are inviting all women of your congregation to come and take part in this exciting event. Bring a mother, sister, friend, neighbor or co-worker!
The Autism Society of East Tennessee’s fully-featured autism directory
Asdhub.org has over 300 different autism-related listings for families and individuals to view, with more to be added over the coming months. There are many ways to search the directory, making ASDhub a simple and accessible site to use not only for those families and individuals affected by autism, but also for businesses who have an autism related service to provide.
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.
CASA (Court-Appointed Special Advocates)
Seeking volunteers to work with abused and neglected children.
The Oasis is a Christ-centered women’s day center where women are considered “guests.” Guests can do 2 loads of laundry (including the laundry products), get free haircuts, take free hot showers with towels and toiletries provided, and utilize free WIFI and computer access for job searching and college applications. The Oasis is looking for volunteers. If you are interested or would like more information, please contact Dianne Scott at (423) 392-1137.
Holston Valley Medical Center, Kingsport, TN
Holston Valley Medical Center has several volunteer opportunities: Main Lobby/Reception, CCU Waiting Area, Waterfall Lobby, Guest Services, Same Day Surgery, Outpatient Radiology, Beverage Cart, Mail/Magazine Delivery. Volunteers are also needed at Kingsport Hematology/Oncology and Johnson City Cancer Center. Hours vary. If interested, contact Karen Fox
at 423-224-6041 or email email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcomes volunteer physicians, nurses, dentists, care technicians, and maintenance help.
Welcomes volunteers to help with weekly food distributions, which take place at the church every Monday
from 8 – 11 a.m.,
and with monthly food deliveries, which are made every second Saturday and begin at 8:30 a.m.
Canned food donations are also accepted. For more information please visit www.chcckpt.org.
Welcomes volunteers for parking attendants, ushers, and concession workers. Call (423) 348-7610
Welcomes volunteers for events such as concerts, Pledge 2 Purity and Campus Ministry Training. If you wish to volunteer for these events, and/or want to be informed on what events are coming to our community, please email at email@example.com.
Small Miracles Therapeutic Equestrian Center is a non-profit, Christian based organization that is looking for volunteers to come and help out with our Holiday Session (October 10 – December 9, 2016
) We serve over 60 participants each week, and cannot do it without the support and volunteer power provided by our local community! Volunteers are able to help with student lessons as a sidewalker or a horse leader. Volunteers can also help with the daily barn routine that includes feeding, grooming, and lots of horse snuggles. As we enter the holiday season, we want to invite everyone to come out and enjoy a day at the barn to see how Small Miracles is positively impacting all students and volunteers! For more Information or to set up your orientation, please contact us at 423-349-1111
and ask for Natalie Hopland or Linda McBride.
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