The Blaze Athletes give back after tornados

A Clinton Blaze athlete recently helped Cookeville after it was recently ravaged by tornadoes.

Kaden Webber, a Blaze basketball player, helped with the cleanup and relief effort in Middle Tennessee last week after tornadoes tore through the Midstate, including Nashville and Cookeville.

The Blaze Special Olympics Pancake Breakfast will be held on Saturday. March 14 at the Apple Blossom in Clinton at 8 a.m. Tickets are $5.

Track Underway: The Clinton Blaze track and field teams have begun their 2020 season. The teams had success last season and sent one athlete, Hutchison to the Junior Olympics.

Stamey said that the track program is looking forward to more success this season. Stamey said that 40 athletes showed up for the season-opening meeting last week.

Blaze Coat Drive to continue through winter: The Blaze began a coat drive late last year and Stamey said that the campaign will continue through the winter.

Blaze and the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce: The Clinton Blaze athletic program has taken the community by storm and now, the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce is chronicling the program and other day-to-day happenings in Clinton City Schools.

Clinton Blaze fans can keep up with the program and other happenings in the Clinton City Schools on the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce’s website.

The chamber shot video clips recently and will be posted at

CCS Teachers to Compete in Blaze Teachers Bowling League: Area elementary school teachers will compete in a bowling league at Clinton Community Center. League play begins after the Christmas Break.

Blaze Tennis Clinic: The Blaze tennis clinic will be held in April and May. It will be instructed by Ernie Brooks. The dates for the clinic will be April 14, 21, and 28. The clinic continues in May with sessions on May 5 and May 12.

It will take place at the City Tennis Courts at the softball fields from 3:30-5 p.m. and sign-ups will begin soon.