• The window for applying to serve on a Town of Farragut volunteer committee is now open. Adults are welcome to apply, and civic-minded high school juniors and seniors can apply to serve as a youth representative.
Please note — these are working committees, and applicants should be willing to give time to monthly meetings and committee projects and/or events. Some committees require a background in a professional area.
There are openings on the following boards and committees: Arts & Beautification Committee, Farragut Museum Committee, Farragut Education Relations Committee, Farragut Tourism/Visitor Advisory Committee, Board of Zoning Appeals, Board of Plumbing & Gas/Mechanical Examiners, Parks and Athletics Council, Stormwater Advisory Committee and Visual Resources Review Board. Applications are available at townoffarragut.org/committees or at Town Hall. For more information, call Administration Department at 865-966-7057.
High school juniors or seniors who attend one of the public or private schools in Farragut, or who live in Farragut, can apply to be a youth representative. Homeschoolers are welcome to apply.
Selected candidates are expected to take part in all discussions and interact with fellow committee members, but due to legal constraints, the youth member will not have a formal vote. For information about available opportunities and an online application, visit townoffarragut.org/youth.
Application deadline for youth and adults is 4 p.m., Friday, April 28.
• The Emily Mathis Trio will perform “Schooled in the Blues” from 2 to 3 p.m., Tuesday, April 11, in Farragut Community Center, 239 Jamestowne Blvd., Farragut.