Premier Residences at Tellico Village will hold a food drive benefiting Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee through Dec. 7. Nonperishable food can be dropped off at 150 Chatuga Drive West in Tellico Village.
The Public Library at Tellico Village will host its fourth and final miniature book sale of the year 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Dec. 5 at the library’s tented courtyard. The sale will include children’s books and games, children’s DVDs and CDs, cooking and baking books, books for art, music and photography aficionados, puzzles, romance novels, classics, 2019 fiction books, Christmas books, CDs and more. Items largely range $1-$3 and can be bought with cash or check only. Social distancing and face masks are required. For more information, call 865-458-5199 or visit www.tvli brary.org.
The Tellico Village Christmas tree lighting in Village Square is 7 p.m. Tuesday. The Rev. Charlie Barnard, pastor of First Baptist Church in Tellico Village, and fellow Village ministers will lead the celebration with stories and carol singing. A canned good donation for Good Samaritan Center of Loudon County is encouraged. Face masks and social distancing are strongly encouraged.
A story in the Nov. 18 edition of The Connection, “Village Quilters honor Habitat veterans,” contained an error regarding the quilts given to veterans who volunteer with Loudon County Habitat for Humanity. The correct name is Quilts of Valor.