Browns Church and Cotton Grove communities host 'Heritage Days' for Madison County Bicentennial
MADISON COUNTY, Tenn. (WNBJ) - The Browns Church and Cotton Grove communities will celebrate their Madison County Bicentennial from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Browns Ruritan Community Center, formerly Browns School this Saturday, May 14th.
Guests will be able to enjoy hamburgers and hot dogs, or a cup of Brown’s famous stew at the fire station for the ‘Heritage Day’ event.
Organizers say memorabilia will be on display in the school and visitors are welcome to share copies of vintage photos and documents from these communities.
The Madison County Bicentennial Committee says Cotton Grove was the first settlement in the county in 1819 and invites the community out to the ‘Heritage Day’ event to learn all about the rich history of Browns Church and Cotton Grove.
The Browns Ruritan Community Center is located at 180 Mcleary Road and the Madison County Fire Station 12 is located at 190 Mcleary Road in Jackson.
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Information is also posted on Jackson Madison County Bicentennial website.