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Area closures, schedule changes due to coronavirus

Saltillo City Parks — closed

Hardin County Schools — Closed as of March 17. Scheduled to reopen April 6.

Tennessee College of Applied Technology at Crump — On extended spring break. Scheduled to reopen March 23.

Michie School reunion scheduled for April 4 — canceled

Tennessee state and local courts, including municipal, juvenile, general sessions, trial and appellate — In-person proceedings suspended as of March 13 through March 31 except for emergency matters.

Savannah Performing Arts Company auditions for Charlotte’s Web — postponed

Jackson State Community College — On extended spring break through March 20.  All in-person classes taught at all locations will go to an online or distance format for the remainder of the spring semester beginning Monday, March 23.

AAA Savannah group — Meetings suspended until April 5.

Generals Breakfast at Cherry Mansion on April 4 — Canceled. Online ticket purchases have been refunded through PayPal. Otherwise, return purchased tickets to the Tennessee River Museum for a refund.

Savannah City Parks facilities — closed

TWRA Hunter Education and Boating classes — canceled

Tennessee Valley Electric Cooperative, auditorium only — closed

District 3 Community Center — closed until April 1

The Table, a community cafe — closed

Hunting for a Cure — event canceled, still accepting donations for St. Jude Children’s Hospital

Shiloh National Military Park — Visitor center and bookstore only closed

Sheriff Buford Pusser Museum — Museum closed, but online and phone orders for merchandise open

Adamsville City Hall — closed to the public, but offices are staffed and available by phone and electronic services

Tennessee State Parks, including Pickwick Landing — Spring hikes set for weekend of March 21-22 are canceled. Next hikes scheduled for June 6.

Kokomo’s 50’s Diner — closed

Country Charm Florist & Gifts — closed

McNairy County Libraries — closed

McNairy County Schools — closed through March 31

UT Extension offices — closed to public, but operational


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