STINKING CREEK, TN (WLAF) – Organizers with Monday’s new Stinking Creek Road ribbon cutting ceremony encourage you to attend Monday’s event rain or shine.  Marsha Bruce said, “If it rains, and we do need it,  we have a back up plan to go indoors.  So, please come on out.”

NASHVILLE – State Senator Ken Yager, State Representative Dennis Powers and Campbell County Road Superintendent Ron Dilbeck today announced an official ribbon cutting will be held on Monday, October 7, ceremonially opening Stinking Creek Road.     The event will take place at 11 a.m. at the Stanfield Church of God.  The church is located at 6373 Stinking Creek Road in Pioneer.

TOP PHOTO:  Cambell County Road Superintendent Ron Dilbeck (left) and Sen. Ken Yager (right) survey the progress of the paving of Stinking Creek Road in March of 2019.

One of Stinking Creek’s own, Hack Ayers, will cut the ribbon.  A buffet lunch will follow immediately after the ribbon cutting at the church.  In addition to Yager, Powers, and Dilbeck, Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) officials will also be present at the ribbon cutting.

“This project has been a long time in coming,” Yager and Dilbeck said.  “We hope many local residents will join us and be a part of the celebration.”   (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 09/24/2019-6AM)

One Reply to “If it rains, SC Road celebration will go indoors”

  1. Thank you for asking Hack to cut the ribbon. Campbell County and all its residents have always been close to his heart.

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