Lake Tansi residents enjoy a wide variety of clubs and organizations
in which they may share their interests, talents and skills with others.
Click Their Link for Additional Information. Information on contacts for each
club can be found by calling 931.788.6721
|Exchange Club of Lake Tansi||Lake Tansi Community Association|
|Family & Community Education||Hospice Auxiliary|
|Lake Tansi POA Art League||Tansi Trekkers|
|Tansi Women's Bridge Club||Dance Club|
|Lake Tansi Women's Club||Tansi Computer Club|
|Lake Tansi Fisherman's Club|
The Exchange Club of Lake Tansi is a group of men and women working to meet the changing needs of our community through service projects. We sponsor a wide variety of activities primarily focused around Child Abuse Prevention, Community Service, Youth and Americanism. Your generosity and willingness to "roll up your sleeves and pitch in" is a major factor in the effectiveness of our efforts to raise money for the prevention of child abuse. To learn more about Exchange Club activities or to join, visit the Exchange Club's Web site by Clicking Here
Family & Community Education is an extension of the University of Tennessee and includes women whose goal is volunteering to help better their communities. The Lake Tansi chapter meets every third Thursday at the Hiawatha Club, next to the indoor pool at 9:30 a.m. A brunch is always served by our members. Each year we work a day at the Cumberland County Fair in the Country Store. Each month we have a program informing us on diverse subjects and book reports from members. We strive to promote a better way of life for all through fellowship, continuing education and service and by providing guidance in our homes and communities for the uniting of people to make the world a better place in which to live.
The Lake Tansi POA Art League was started in 1997 with eight members and now has 25 active members and a host of others who come occasionally. This group is open to all Tansi property owners. On Mondays at the Thunderbird, we have regular classes scheduled in all mediums. Class cost is $7 for a 9 a.m. to noon class and is paid to the instructor. Some supplies are available to purchase at cost. We have scheduled mailings in the spring and fall. Also, on Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon, we have a paint-in at the Thunderbird. Bring the medium of your choice and work on your own and get ideas from others in the group. This is also a good time to get acquainted with other artists in the area and learn more about our group and the classes offered. Members whose dues are paid are invited to participate in our annual Art Show and Sale. Dues are $5 for the year. Registration fees and a list of paintings will be due in June. In 2001 we had over 100 paintings displayed in the show. When you eat at the Lake Tansi Restaurant, be sure to see the Art League's display of paintings in the back dining room. They are for sale, so please ask the manager for a list of prices, or contact us at the number below.
Tansi Women's Bridge Club has been around for approximately 25 years and is open to all women who have an interest in bridge. The club meets on Wednesdays form 9 a.m. until 2 to 2:30 p.m. at the Hiawatha Recreation Center. The club usually has three to five tables, and a sign-up one week in advance is required to participate. The ladies "brown bag it," as no lunch is available.
The Lake Tansi Women's Club is organized exclusively for the fellowship of its members, good food, fun and entertainment; to provide an immediate opportunity for members to become acquainted with neighbors at Tansi and Crossville, who are POA members and; provide opportunities for members to increase their knowledge and awareness of the surrounding area. The Lake Tansi Women's Club meets on the first Tuesday of each month (except June, July and August) at 11:30 a.m. in the Hiawatha Recreation Center.
The Lake Tansi Community Association was formed in 1974 for the purpose of maintaining and improving the quality of living at Lake Tansi village and to provide a opportunity to get acquainted, enjoy a fun social evening with great food and interesting programs. We get together once a month, usually for a covered-dish dinner followed by various programs, as well as a Christmas dinner at the country club. These events are for property owners and their guests, so please join your neighbors at our gathering. We meet on the third Tuesday of each month at the Thunderbird Recreation Center, except when we meet for our Christmas party at the country club.
Hospice Auxiliary -- Hospice is an organization that strives to enhance the quality of life for people in the final stages of life by ensuring access to quality care. The Lake Tansi Auxiliary of Hospice is a local support group of Hospice of Cumberland County that helps in the following ways: Increasing public awareness of Hospice in a positive manner by words and actions; sending small gifts of homemade baked goods, fruit, candy, flowers, etc. to patients' homes to let them know someone cares; acting as ambassadors for Hospice; providing opportunities for fellowship between members and; sponsoring public events to raise consciousness of Hospice and for fundraising. The Lake Tansi Hospice Auxiliary meets on the first Thursday of each month at the POA office.
Tansi Trekkers, formed in 1997, is open to able-bodied hikers of all ages. Trekker hiking season is from April to mid-June and from October through November, weather permitting. All hikes are rated easy to moderate. Hikers meet on Tuesday mornings in the Thunderbird parking lot and carpool to the chosen destination. Departure time varies according to length of hike and distance from Tansi.
Dance Club is open to Lake Tansi residents and their guests, and promises an enjoyable time for all who attend. Dances are scheduled throughout the year. All dances will be from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Thunderbird. Dance lessons will be offered one-half hour before each dance.
Tansi Computer Club was established
in 1999 to offer a forum for members to share various computer skills
and knowledge. The TCC meets on the second Tuesday of each month in the
Hiawatha Room. Our members range from beginners to more advanced
computer users. Throughout the year, the TCC will hold formal and
informal classes to assist the members in getting the most out of their