Tennessee Action Group is having its first annual supper auction on May 14th, at the Community Center in Jamestown.
Fentress County’s politicians Senator Ken Yager, Rep. Kelly Keisling and Rep. John Mark Windle will be there for a competition to tell the best fish ‘tale’. The audience will be the judges.
All attendees are also invited to participate in a political jokecontest with a $50 cash prize! (keep it clean!)
The sheriff candidates will also be guests and speak briefly to introduce themselves.
And, we hear Elvis is in town…!
Auctions items will be updated on TAG website as we get closer to the auction. For now we have a variety of patriotic items including wood signs/flags, a Clydesdale Tour, a special TN flag that has been flown at the Capitol in honor of the auction winner with his/her name entered into the Legislative record, specialty cakes, ammo and other items from gun store, silent auctions on sterling silver jewlery with American Indian design, and many other items.
Seats are $25 for VIP in front, and $20 each for regular seating. A table seats 6 and you can reserve one of the 3 VIP tables that are still currently available with all 6 seats or a general admission table.
Tickets are on sale NOW at Chamber of Commerce downtown Jamestown, and Hook, Line & Trigger on Duncan Ave., west side of old hospital until May 6 only. Limited seating.
Proceeds will go towards Fentress County outreach and election efforts.