The September 2020 Business Spotlight is on Circle R Forestry. Circle R Forestry is a new business headquartered in Bolivar and has been in existence for approximately 4 months. Circle R Forestry specializes in land reclaiming and clearing. The business is locally owned & operated by Ryan Lax.
Your land clearing job need a heavy-duty lift? Circle R Forestry can meet all your needs. In addition to land reclaiming and clearing, they offer underbrush control, general land clean-up, and removal of previously cut trees. Need some gravel or topsoil spread? They have you covered there too! Check out their Facebook page to see all the jobs they have tackled so far!
The City of Bolivar wishes Circle R Forestry tremendous success in this new business venture. We thank you for the services you provide to our community and for your continued support of our local economy. #ShopLocal
City of Bolivar Receives Donation of Masks for First Responder Agencies throughout the County
Bolivar, TN 09/09/2020: The City of Bolivar is proud to announce the receipt of 10,000 masks donated by the First Responder Children’s Foundation (FRCF) in partnership with MaskClub by Trevco.
The Bolivar Fire Department requested the donation of 8,500 masks through the FRCF for distribution to all Hardeman County first responder agencies. The FRCF went far and above the initial request increasing the donation of masks to 10,000 and adding 500 face shields and medical gowns to the request.
“We are thankful for organizations like the First Responder Children’s Foundation for their continuous support of all of our first responders. As a rural community in an economically distressed county, the donation of these supplies to protect our first responders as they are doing their jobs is vital and so very appreciated,” said Mayor Julian McTizic.
The donation will be distributed to the Hardeman County Sheriff’s Office, Hardeman County Ambulance Service, Hardeman County Rescue Squad, the Bolivar Fire Department, our nine (9) volunteer fire departments, and seven (7) police departments throughout the county according to McTizic.
Wagon rides, pumpkin patch, corn maze, fall photo opportunities, jump pad, hay fort, petting zoo, playgrounds, and so much more!
Military Appreciation Weekend: October 31 & November 1
(Free Admission to Military)
Hometown Heroes Weekend: September 26 & 27, 2020
(Free Admission to First Responders)
Social distancing protocols are in effect. Masks are requested while in groups and in enclosed areas such as the country store.
A Tour Through Time
Luez Theater Cocktail Hour & Tour
Friday, October 16, 2020
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
ADMISSION TO THIS EVENT IS FREE. DONATIONS ARE WELCOMED.
Spend the evening with the APTA of Hardeman County milling around the circa 1948 movie theater that has been restored to its full glory.
Cash bar provided by The Biscuitry (for adults over the age of 21)
Live, old time string band music will fill the air of the Luez for the evening!
The Pillars & Polk Cemetery
Docent led tours
Artisans, live music, and historical reenactors on hand throughout the day
Adults (over the age of 25) - $10.00
Adults(under age 25) and children - $5.00
Family Admission - $20.00
Tickets available for purchase on site at The Pillars for both locations!
We can't give it all away!
Be sure to join us for the majestic splendor of The Pillars!
And you just won't believe the talent of our historical reenactors!
Created with images by Bonnie Kittle - "untitled image" • Jake Lorefice - "Pumpkin Patch" • Tyler Lastovich - "Greetings!" • geralt - "information hand touch" • William Iven - "Social Media Facebook" Area photos by Sarah Rice, Social Media Manager.