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City honors children battling cancer
September named Childhood Cancer Month in MJ
September was ofﬁcially proclaimed as Childhood Cancer Month at Monday night’s Mt. Juliet Board of Commissioners meeting, and many Mt. Juliet youths battling the disease were honored and bestowed with Mayor’s Medals Information about the children honored: Bishop Mikaelian (unable to attend) - 9 yrs. old, 4th grade, EPES - (MJ); Savannah Swandal - 9 yrs. old, 4th grade, MJE - (MJ); Makenzie Matthews - 8 yrs. old, 4th grade, Stoner Creek - (MJ); Karli Costley - 4 yrs. old - (OH); Thomas Winfrey - 4 yrs. old - (OH); Graden Gaines - October 28, 1990 - September 16, 2005. Parents included: Allison Mikaelian, Robin (Savannah’s mom) and Bruce Landes and family, Kathleen & Wilson Matthews and family, Sandra Winfrey and family, Lisa Woodard (Graden’s mom). Amy and Kevin Costley were in New York for Karli’s doctor appointment, but hoped to have family/friends come. ~ Photo by Jill Johnson
Patriot Day celebrates joy of giving
Town Center Overlay now optional
Early voting on for wheel tax hike
Bears beat undefeated Whites Creek
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Saturday, September 12, marked the sixth annual Patriot Day volunteer event in Mt. Juliet. Community members staffed ﬁve venues around town. Founded in 2004 as a way to commemorate the 9/11 tragedy by Mayor Linda Elam and coordinated by Linda McClanahan, the Patriot Day events continue to “attract new faces each year,” according to McClanahan. The ﬁve projects were: Wheelchair Wash at Mt. Juliet Health Care Center, U.S. Armed Forces “Thank You” Car Wash at F&M Bank, Landscaping at Rutland Elementary School, Repair Work at Mt. Juliet Senior Center, and Tree Planting at Charlie Daniels Park. In addition, each site collected non-perishable food for Mt. Juliet Help Center, an ongoing effort that is continuing at the county schools. As Gary Boyce, project manager for the armed forces car wash noted, “it’s good to see the younger people honoring our veterans.” He said a disabled veteran was one of the ﬁrst recipients of a free car wash: “He couldn’t get out of his truck. As he sat there, he was surrounded by kids washing his truck
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In addition to a real car wash at F & M Bank, a wheelchair wash at Mt. Juliet Health Care was part of the fun as people from all over the city pitched in with community projects at ﬁve different sites on Patriot Day, Sept. 12. ~ Photo by Runyon Lockert for him as a way of saying, ‘thanks.’” Another car wash, of sorts, was held at the Mt. Juliet Health Care Center. Approximately 100 residents watched as their wheelchairs were washed, scrubbed and dried, car-wash style by 50 volunteers. Helium balloons tied to the chairs were the ﬁnishing touch, as proud “drivers” made their way down the halls. Senior citizens also beneﬁted as 30 volunteers accomplished several outdoor projects at Mt. Juliet Senior Center. The entrance and rocking chairs got a fresh coat of white paint, and ﬂower beds and pots were spruced up. Tom Needham, project manager at Rutland Elementary School, voiced the level of commitment exhibited by the volunteers. “We started at 8 o’clock this morning,” he said, “and we will be here until it’s all done – maybe even until dark.” The mammoth landscaping project included creating new ﬂower beds, mulching, and building a raised bed around the school sign, making Rutland the sixth school that Needham’s Nursery has sponsored. New Heart Christian Church members grilled hot dogs and prepared lunch for the volunteers. Landscaping was also accomplished at Charlie Daniels Park as Explorers Club members, Providence United Methodist Church members, and others planted 10 pin oak trees. These fast-growing oaks will provide shade to the newly completed skate park. The commemorative T-shirt given to all volunteers expressed the sentiment of the day, “God Bless Mt. Juliet.”
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The City of Mt Juliet is approaching the end of its summer sprinkling policy. The city allows for 6 months on averaging and 6 months where the customer pays for actual usage. The following chart shows customers when to stop watering and when they can resume watering in the spring. If you your account number starts with: 100 or 101 stop watering September 24th you may resume watering March 27th 2010; 200 or 201 stop watering September 30th; you may resume watering April 2nd 2010; 300 or 301 stop watering October 7th; you may resume watering ; April 9th 2010; 400 or 401 stop watering October 14th; you may resume watering April 16th 2010 Any watering after your stop date will increase your sewer bill and affect your average for next year. If you have any questions, please feel free to call the City of Mt Juliet Sewer Billing Department at 754-2554 or stop by the new ofﬁce at 2365 N Mt Juliet Road, located at the corner of N Mt Juliet Road and East Caldwell.
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, September 16, 2009, Page 3
Town Center Overlay made optional
Commissioners vote down hikes in allowances, insurance
city business is “breaking” her. “If you don’t have receipts and some sort of reimbursement program in place you run the risk of that being considered compensation,” Holleman warned. District 4 Commissioner Jim Bradshaw suggested an amendment
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Also -- MJ Parks Assistant Director Rocky from the berm – that scheduled meeting Monday night. Lee on including City-owned property berm at the shooting New Mt. is on York Road in the MJ parks system rangeWe’dlike atolead Juliet City Planner wall. have get Stephen Foote said that out of there.” he was “impressed Lee estimated the with the plan and effort” and that required actual price to get the area in that since Mt. Juliet “has no receipts turned in for gas condition to be used as a real, deﬁned downtown” he allowance, ofﬁce expenses, “passive park” and wildlife “applaud(s) that process” of discretionary funds and refuge would be between mandating an overlay for educational funds. $350,000 and $500,000. areas along N. Mt. Juliet “The cost is going to “That doesn’t work,” road from Old Lebanon Elam said. be overwhelming,” he said. Dirt Road to Curd Road. Elam countered that The amendment This overlay includes strict, passed by a 4 – 1 vote, with there are “people who don’t and even more expensive, Elam voting against. want it wanting you to put a guidelines for developers Sellers made high price tag on it.” building or remodeling in the the remark that most “Nobody’s talked area and has been touted by “successful” companies about not having the gun Mt. Juliet Mayor Linda Elam have programs in which range or leeching the berm,” as her “baby.” employees either keep a she said. “The thought of a “This ordinance has mileage log or are granted bridge never even crossed been in place for ﬁve years a gas allowance, but if you my mind. Our parkland and nothing’s happened,” turn in gas receipts then you statistics are a blight on our remarked District 1 don’t keep up with mileage. See CITY, Page 5 Commissioner Ted Floyd. “Well duh,” Elam That the overlay has responded. stiﬂed development within Bradshaw made a that business corridor has motion to also amend the been a major complaint, ordinance and remove a leading to Elam’s admission paragraph concerning guns that her plan has not worked, allowed in city hall. It did not thereby an ordinance to receive a second and died at make the overlay optional. the table, which ultimately The decision passed with a resulted in Bradshaw vote of 3 – 2, with District 2 voting against the entire Commissioner Will Sellers ordinance. and District 3 Commissioner The ordinance did Ed Hagerty voting against not pass on second reading, Dr. Corey Jackson, D.D.S., L.L.C. Dr. Robert Archer, D.D.S., P.C. it. with Sellers, Hagerty, and Lengthy discussion Bradshaw voting against it. concerning health insurance Elam’s pet project beneﬁts and Mt. Juliet to include the City-owned • Dental Implants (Single Tooth and Implant Retained Dentures) citizens paying for the property located on York lifetime medical beneﬁts Road in the Mt. Juliet park • Painless Surgical Laser Procedures • Whitening • White Fillings for city commissioners system was also shot down • Cosmetic Dentistry • Extractions • Dentures • Veneers • Same Day Crowns even after they have left on ﬁrst reading after a Now Accepting Healthsprings! ofﬁce did not result in the deferral at the last meeting. approval of a revised board Sellers, who serves on the Anxiety FREE Dentistry of commissioners Policy and Parks and Greenways Board, Procedures Manual. said that board unanimously Serving Wilson County for over 35 years! 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Dear Editor, Early voting has begun for the wheel tax referendum. We are being asked to approve a $25 wheel tax, effective January 2010, with all proceeds to go towards a new Lebanon High School and to purchase land for a new Watertown High School. The tax will cease once the debt for these two projects has been paid off. My family moved to Mt. Juliet when I was in the seventh grade - which at that time was located in the old Mt. Juliet Elementary building along with grades K-4. Since that time the following schools have been built in the west end of our county: Mt. Juliet Junior High (now West Wilson Middle School), W. A. Wright Elementary, Stoner Creek Elementary, MJHS Annex (later Mt. Juliet Middle School and now Elzie Patton Elementary), Rutland Elementary, Wilson Central High School and the replacement Mt. Juliet Elementary. Last but not least, we have the new Mt. Juliet High School from which my youngest daughter graduated last year. Our school board has made West Wilson County a priority over the past several years out of necessity - this is where the growth has been. Now it is time to support the students in the rest of our county. They have waited long enough. I encourage all West Wilson Countians to vote for this wheel tax. It is the right and fair thing to do. Wendy Thompson Crick MJHS Class of 1978 Mt. Juliet
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Dear Editor: Being a local resident of this wonderful town of Mt. Juliet, I am disheartened to report that our 10’x20’ ﬂag displayed this last weekend commemorating the 9-11 tragic events has been stolen off of our fence on Saturday night. My girls, at the ages of 5 and 4, hand painted this ﬂag on canvass after the 9-11-01 terrorist attack of our country to show their patriotic support for the many Americans that perished on that unforgettable day. We have done our best to teach our kids to be respectful and patriotic
towards our country. This act is a very sad illustration to the contrary to our teachings… One that is very hard to explain to them. We certainly hope that the person(s) that did this will realize the wrong they did; Not only against my family, but against the country. I only request the ﬂag be returned safely, as it means a lot to our family. Whether you are Red or Blue, PLEASE remember the fallen, and thank a soldier! Matt McCoy 615.484.9408 Mt. Juliet
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Early voting continues on wheel tax hike
By Jennifer Horton Special to The Chronicle
Despite the rain on Tuesday, 74 voters turned out to cast a ballot at the Wilson County Election Commission during early voting in the wheel tax referendum. Martha Ann Sutherland, assistant administrator of elections, said 74 people voted before 3 p.m. in the referendum which asks voters to cast a ballot either for or against increasing the wheel tax by $25 to fund construction of a new Lebanon High School and to purchase land for a new Watertown High School. Early voting continues through Saturday, Sept. 26. The election will be Thursday, Oct. 1. Through Monday, 714 people cast ballots in the three early voting sites in Lebanon, Mt. Juliet and Watertown. That breaks down to 489 in Lebanon, 182 in Mt. Juliet and 43 in Watertown. Sutherland said on Tuesday, by 3 p.m., there were 74 people who had voted in Lebanon, 49 in Mt. Juliet and seven in Watertown. That would bring the total of early votes cast to 619 by yesterday afternoon. There are 67,060 registered voters in Wilson County, she said. Voting in Lebanon has been steady, and people were waiting in line when early voting began this past Friday. “We had a pretty good ﬁrst day.” Wilson County Commission voted to hold a referendum on whether to raise the wheel tax by $25 to fund a new LHS and buy CITY, from Page 3 city.” She looked at Lee, his study and numbers in his hand at the podium. “I think you’ve been led astray.” Greg Fast, also a member of the Parks and Greenways Board and a York Road resident said that while the passive park idea is “noble” so much money shouldn’t be spent on it. The ordinance was voted down 3 – 2, with Sellers, Floyd and Bradshaw voting against it. After being deferred since May, an ordinance to adopt a new Title 3 for Animal Control was unanimously approved on second reading. Also unanimously approved were resolutions for a City employee incentive program and a TML Safety Partners Grant which will install deﬁbrillators in City Hall. property for a new WHS to be constructed at a later date. The current wheel tax is $25. The increase, if approved, would increase it to $50. In addition, town meetings have been planned to further discuss the issue. Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead is to lead a town meeting at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 17 in the Town Meeting Hall at the City of Lebanon Administration Building at Castle Heights. The cost of holding the referendum has been placed at $100,000. Sutherland said the Election Commission, led by Administrator of Elections Lynn Harris, is working to keep the cost as low as possible and still meet the requirements of the law. “We’re trying very hard to cut back on lots of things. The law requires four people at each polling place,” Sutherland said, but added that larger precincts require more than four people. She noted that Harris often says that when you have an election you have to plan for all registered voters to show up. “When you have an election, you have to plan for all 67,000 to attend. You still have to have a certain percentage of voting machines, a certain percentage of workers,” Sutherland said. “A certain amount of cost is going to be incurred whether 6,000 vote or 67,000 vote.” Early voting continues at the Election Commission ofﬁce on East Main Street in Lebanon, the Community Center in Charlie Daniels Park in Mt. Juliet and the Community Center in Watertown from In other news, September was ofﬁcially proclaimed as Childhood Cancer Month, and many Mt. Juliet youths battling the disease were honored and bestowed with Mayor’s Medals “in recognition of your brave battle, to encourage you forward, and prayers are with your families.” Mt. Juliet Police Deputy Chief James Hambrick, also an ordained minister, asked for God’s blessing over the children and their families. “We stand together in your graciousness and as a community,” he intoned. A beneﬁt event for the children’s families is scheduled for October 24 at Charlie Daniels Park, and organizers are currently seeking bands and participants. Watch upcoming Chronicles and visit www.tcomj.com frequently for updates and more information. 8 a.m. until 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m., Saturday. All 36 precincts will be open to vote in the referendum on Thursday, Oct. 1. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. For more information, call the Election Commission at 444-0216.
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COSTLEY, Evelyn Evelyn Costley, age 77, of Old Hickory, TN died Sunday, September 13, 2009. Mrs. Costley was a member of Faith Baptist Church and was an employee of Castner’s for over 25 years. She was the daughter of the late, Lawrence A. and Neola Winters Felts. Mrs. Costley was preceded in death by her ﬁrst husband, Bobby Dougharty and her second husband, Bobby Costley. She was also preceded in death by her son, Daryl Dougharty and sister, Geraldine Goodman. She is survived by sons Kevin (Amy) Costley and Travis (Margaret) Dougharty; daughters Belinda (Gary) Fleming and Sheron Searcey; grandchildren Sarah and Sam Fleming, Daniel (Alaina) Dougharty, Noel and Ryan (Shanna) Searcey and Brandon (Lauren), Kayla, Braden, Alyssa and Karli Costley; great-grandchildren Owen, Ethan and Addison Dougharty, Gwendolyn, Madalyn and Erica Searcey. Funeral services will be conducted 11 a.m. Wednesday, September 16, at Bond Memorial Chapel with Pastor Clay Faircloth and Rev. Michael Connell ofﬁciating. Interment will follow at Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Active pallbearers will be Brandon Costley, Braden Costley, Daniel Dougharty, Noel Searcey, Sam Fleming, Chad Etheridge, Chris Brown and Bruce Brown. Honorary pallbearers will be Ryan Searcey, Harriet McReynolds, Nancy Gass, Jeri Lyn Brown and Tyler Brown. Flowers accepted or memorials may be made to Karli’s Kause at any branch of Wilson Bank & Trust. Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615)773-2663. Obit Line (615)641-2663, www.bondmemorial. com FREASE, James L. James L. Frease, age 77, of Mt. Juliet, TN went to be with his Lord Saturday, September 12, 2009. Mr. Frease was born September 8, 1932 in Akron, OH and earned a Masters Degree from Kent State University in 1964. He was a member of Joy Church International in Mt. Juliet, TN where he served as an usher and was a veteran of the U.S. Army serving two years in Japan. He began work at Babcock & Wilcox Co. in Barberton, OH in 1956 and retired as president of the Trimble Company in Johnson City, TN in 2003. He was the son of the late Harold G. and Oweita Mae Frease. He is survived by wife Peggy Frease of Mt. Juliet, TN; sons Pastor Jim Frease (Anne) of Mt. Juliet, TN, David G. Frease (Jennifer) of Mt. Juliet, TN; grandchildren David G. Frease, Jr., Brittany L. Frease, Seth Frease, Julia Frease and Johnathan Frease. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, September 15, 2009 at Bond Memorial Chapel with Pastor David Goldner ofﬁciating. A Graveside service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Middle Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery with military honors conducted by the U.S. Army. In lieu of ﬂowers donations may be made to Joy Church International of Mt. Juliet, TN, P.O. Box 247, Mt. Juliet, TN 37121. A Memorial Service will be conducted 7 p.m. Wednesday at Joy Church International. Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615)773-2663. Obit Line (615)641-2663, www.bondmemorial.com GARRETT, Dollie, Dollie Garrett, of Mt. Juliet passed away September 8, 2009, at the age of 85. Ms Garrett graduated from Mt. Juliet High School in 1942. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Mt. Juliet and was employed as a plant technician at DuPont for 40 years. Ms Garrett was preceded in death by parents, Mark & Cader Garrett; brothers & sisters, Howard Owen Garrett, Houston Garrett, Mamie Eagan, Agnes Lee Garrett, Horace Garrett and Katheryn Garrett. She is survived by nephews & nieces, Earlene Hinkle, Toni Heard, Mark Garrett, Genelda Kellams, Mary Ann Kirby, Teresa Richardson, Waldean Richardson, Katy Whiteaker, and Tawanda Travis; and numerous great-nephews & greatnieces. Funeral service for Ms Garrett was Saturday, September 12, at Sellars Funeral Home at Mt. Juliet with Bro. Paul Gunn ofﬁciating. Interment followed the service at Mt. Juliet Memorial Gardens with Garrett Travis, Ja Whiteaker, Mike Richardson, Jon Richardson, Warren Hinkle, Jr., Andy Garrett, and Eddie Heard serving as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers are the Sunshiners at First Baptist Church of Mt. Juliet. Memorial contributions may be made to Alive Hospice, 1718 Patterson Street, Nashville, TN 37203. Arrangements by SELLARS FUNERAL HOME AT MT. JULIET, 2250 N. Mt. Juliet Road, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122, 615-758-5459, Obituary Line 615-758-8818, www.sellarsfuneralservices.com HARRIS, Robert Allen Robert Harris, loving husband, father, and grandfather, passed away on Wednesday, September 9, 2009 at age 57. He was a Christian, a cabinetmaker, a kitchen designer with Hermitage Kitchen Center, and an avid UT fan. The chapel service, conducted by Rick Thorne, Brother Ron Hackney, and Dr. Larimore Warren, was Saturday, September 12, 2009. Interment in Cedar Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers: Rick Thorne, Ed Riley, Dr. Larimore Warren, Bob Black, Wesley Wall, Jimmy Piercey, Howard Crutcher, and Dan Mack. Honorary Pallbearers: Men in the Thursday Guy’s Night. Survivors include wife of 13 years Margie Harris; children: Scott (Kirsten) Harris, Beth Harris, Shelly (Aaron) Moore, Luke Puryear, and Joe Puryear; grandchildren: Kylee and Cole Stafford, Eli and Ayden Moore; siblings: Jimmy Harris, Larry (Tina) Harris, Terry (Jenny) Harris, Paula (Ronnie) Stark, Leesha (Bruce) Richardson, and Eddie (Twila) Harris. He is preceded in death by parents James Hubert Harris and Pauline Locke Collier, brother Danny Harris, and step-father Jimmy Collier. Special thanks to the UMC hospital staff, the Tennessee Oncology staff, and the Sarah Cannon Cancer Research Center. Please make memorial donations to Sherry’s Run (PO Box 8, Lebanon TN 37088). Sellars Funeral Home, 313 W. Baddour Pkwy, Lebanon TN 37087, 615.444.9393. Obits 615.758.8818.
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HUDSON, Alvis Gene Alvis Hudson passed away on September 12, 2009, at age 56. He was a veteran of the US Army and an avid UT fan. The chapel service, conducted by Brother Michael Grooms and Brother Danny Sellars, is 11 a.m. Wednesday, September 16, 2009. Visitation from 10 a.m. until service. Interment in Middle Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery is 1 p.m. Wednesday, September 16, 2009. Pallbearers: Friends at the Veteran’s Home. Survivors include two brothers: Jackie Lynn Hudson and Robert Ewing Hudson; 3 aunts: Ruth (Ben) Gleaves, Ann (Charles) Romano, and Margaret Colwell; and numerous cousins. He is preceded in death by parents Rubert and Barbara Marable Hudson. Sellars Funeral Home, 313 W. Baddour Pkwy, Lebanon TN 37087, 615.44.9393. Obits 615.758.8818. PIGUE, Gene Gene Pigue, of Mt. Juliet passed away September 11, 2009, at the age of 77. Mr. Pigue was a member of the Mt. Juliet Church of Christ. He was a World Champion Skeet Shooter and Minutemen Bass Fisherman of the Year. He was an avid golfer and Red Sox fan. He received accolades for rescuing a drowning victim. Mr. Pigue served in the US Air Force for 23 years and was a retired State of TN employee. Mr. Pigue was preceded in death by parents, Charles Blythe & Beth Trout Pigue. He is survived by wife of 56 years, Marie Pigue; children, Jennifer (Paul) Hargis, Kelly (Tim) Hindsley, and Martin Ray Pigue; sister, Mary Beth (Travis) Taylor; and 5 grandchildren. Funeral service for Mr. Pigue was Monday, September 14, at Sellars Funeral Home at Mt. Juliet with Bro. David Shannon ofﬁciating. Interment will follow the service at Mt. Juliet Memorial Gardens with Travis Taylor, Brent Monesmith, David Glissen, Harold Maddox, Jobe Eakes, John Stallworth, and Wayne Williamson serving as pallbearers. Arrangements by SELLARS FUNERAL HOME AT MT. JULIET, 2250 N. Mt. Juliet Road, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122, 615-758-5459, Obituary Line 615758-8818, www.sellarsfuneralservices.com TANNER, William R., Sr. William R. Tanner, Sr., age 73 of Mt. Juliet, passed away on Sept 14, 2009, after a seven year battle with cancer. He retired from American Airlines after 40 years of service. Preceded in death by son, Bill Tanner, Jr.; granddaughter, Kaci Tanner; parents, Bud and Elizabeth Tanner. Survived by wife, Donna Tanner; daughter, JoAnne Tanner; son, Jim (Renee) Tanner; grandsons, Cole Tanner and Kyle Tanner; granddaughters, Brittany Tanny, Whitney Tanner, Kayla Jackson and Kristen Jackson; brother, Ross Tanner; sisters, Phyllis Tanner, Ann Rhea, and Kathy Hall. Funeral services will be conducted 11 a.m. Thursday at Hermitage Funeral Home with Rev. Bill George ofﬁciating. Interment will follow at Hermitage Memorial Gardens. Family and friends will serve as pallbearers. Donations can be made to Alive Hospice. Visitation with the family will be Wednesday 4 – 8 p.m. and Thursday 10 – 11 a.m. at Hermitage Funeral Home, 535 Shute Lane, Old Hickory, TN 37138, (615) 889-0361. VANDERPOOL, Laura Bean Laura Bean Vanderpool, age 101, passed away on September 7, 2009. She has cast a long shadow over several generations of family. She lived most of her adult in Old Hickory, TN. Seven years ago she moved to Georgia to live near her son, but never called it home. Laura was married for 47 years to Roscoe Greeley Vanderpool, who preceded her in death in 1985. Also preceding her in death were her parents; three brothers and three sisters; her daughter, Dorothy Vanderpool Shaver; son-in-law, Charles T. Shaver; grandson, Tommy Shaver; and great-grandson, Kevin Powell. She is survived by her son, Jack Richard Vanderpool; granddaughters, Eugenia Shaver Chatﬁeld, Vanna Shaver Spain, Laura Beth Vanderpool Oliver and Rachel Vanderpool Bartlett; great-grandchildren, Bob Sorey, Chris Sorey, Jason Sorey, MaryKyle Bartlett, John Mark Bartlett, Holland Oliver and Greeley Oliver; great-great-grandchildren, Kalee Sorey, Lauren Sorey, Gabriel Sorey, Adam Sorey and Katey Powell. Serving as pallbearers were Bob Sorey, Chris Sorey, Jason Sorey, Brian Oliver, Thad Bartlett and Mike Edmonds. In lieu of ﬂowers the family requests that memorials be made in her honor to Trujillo Christian School, PO Box 606, Hiram, GA 30141 (www.trujillocs.org) Arrangements by Hermitage Funeral Home, 535 Shute Lane, Old Hickory, TN 37138; (615) 889-0361.
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The Chronicle inadvertently left out the Doll Parade Division II winners from the list of Wilson County Fair pageant winners on page 19 last week, and so it is printed at the right. The Chronicle regrets the oversight and is happy to include these gorgeous little girls in this week’s edition.
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MJHS takes down Whites Creek in 15 - 12 victory
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Mt. Juliet High School Golden Bears Players of the Week
Senior Marquis Wilkins (4) waits for the block of Colt Carver (25) to develop in Mt. Juliet 15-12 victory over previously undefeated Whites Creek Friday, Sept. 11. Mt. Juliet will be back in action Friday, Sept. 18 at District 9AAA rival Hendersonville High School. Photo by CHUCK THOMPSON / www. tntsportspics.com MT. JULIET -- Down 12-6 at intermission, Mt. Juliet took control in the third quarter and held on for a 15-12 victory over visiting Whites Creek Friday, Sept. 11. The loss was the ﬁrst of the season for the Cobras (now 3-1) who had been unscored on in three previous outings. The Golden Bears improved to 3-0 on the season with the win heading into Friday night’s District 9AAA showdown at Hendersonville High. Coach Roger Perry’s team was forced to overcome some early adversity as Whites Creek blocked a Tyler Emmetts punt with 6:49 left in the ﬁrst and returned the miscue 25 yards for a touchdown. Mt. Juliet answered with a 29-yard ﬁeld goal from Emmetts at the 9:12 mark of the second period, only to see the Cobras strike for a one-yard TD plunge from Javier Booker with 6:40 left before halftime. The Bears picked up another three-pointer from Emmetts with 1:05 left in the second, this one a chipshot 18-yarder. Taking the second half kickoff, Mt. Juliet reeled off a 12-play, 93-yard drive that ended with QB Reed Gurchiek hitting Mikee Brown on a 25-yard gametying pass. Whites Creek didn’t ﬁeld Emmetts’ ensuing pop ﬂy kickoff, as Brannon Garza recovered for the Bears at the Whites Creek 36. On fourth-and-12 from the 17, Emmetts knocked down a 34-yard FG for a three-point lead. Mt. Juliet’s defense rose to the occassion in the fourth quarter thwarting a pair of Cobra scoring opportunities. White Creek stalled inside Mt. Juliet’s 10 as Booker was stopped in the backﬁeld on fourth-and-3 early in the quarter. Later, the Cobras went from their own four all the way to the Mt. Juliet 22 before Booker fumbled with three minutes remaining. Hunter Locke recovered and Mt. Juliet cranked out three ﬁrst downs to run out the clock. Gurchiek overcame three interceptions and ﬁnished 6-of-13 throught he air for 124 yards and a score. He also rushed for 78 yards on 13 attempts. MJ halfback Chris Bazile ran 101 yards on 17 carries while senior Brady Earnhardt returned to action following a serious knee injury. Earnhardt ran for 25 yards on ﬁve carries. Zach Bush paced the Mt. Juliet defense with 10 tackles while Desmond Fisher added seven.
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Local company recognizes, thanks MJPD, WEMA for 9-11
By Tomi L. Wiley Managing Editor
Employees from Cash Express of Mt. Juliet took a moment to honor and show their appreciation for the city’s police and ﬁre department forces on Friday, September 11, by thanking them with cakes donated by Wal-Mart of Lebanon. “In recognition of the endless and tireless efforts of our local police, ﬁremen, and EMT departments, Cash Express is pleased to provide treats to these departments on 9-11 as a token of our community’s and Cash Express’s appreciation,” said Cash Express employee Mellanie Barnes. “The members of these departments serve our community unselﬁshly and put their lives on the line daily for each of us.” Barnes visited the Mt. Juliet Police Department and ﬁre hall on Friday, bestowing cakes to Mt. Juliet Police Chief Andy Garrett and his force, as well as Wilson Emergency Management Agency Lt. David Cross at Mt. Juliet’s Station 3 behind City Hall. “We try to make every ofﬁcer a community ofﬁcer, not just one, and we need support from the community as well,” Garrett said. “This is a prime example of the community getting involved, and we appreciate it.” In photo at left, MJPD Chief Andy Garrett and Deputy Chief James Hambrick, center, accept a cake as appreciation for their work from Cash Express of Mt. Juliet employee Mellanie Barnes.
UDC meeting locally 3rd Saturdays
Are you interested in history? Do you like genealogy? If so, we invite you to join us. We are looking for members who are interested in promoting the objectives of our organization which are Historical, Educational, Benevolent, Memorial and Patriotic. If you enjoy contributing to the community through activities such as assistance to veterans, support of active-duty military personnel through cards and gifts, assistance for the elderly, animal rescue, historic preservation, historical research and documentation, and so much more, you may want to consider membership. The United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) is the outgrowth of many local memorial, monument, and Confederate home associations and auxiliaries to camps of United Confederate Veterans that were organized after the War Between the States. It is the oldest patriotic organization in our country. Our organization is open to all women 16 years of age or older who are blood descendants, lineal or collateral, of men and women who served honorably in the Army, Navy or Civil Service of the Confederate States of America, or gave Material Aid to the Cause. Think you have a Confederate ancestor but can’t ﬁnd any historical records? We can help by assisting with recommendations on genealogy resources, paperwork assistance, etc. The General Robert H. Hatton Chapter 329 UDC meets the 3rd Saturday of each month at 10am at the Cato Building located at 212 South Maple Street in Lebanon. Refreshments are served and visitors are always welcome. If you have questions and/or would like to attend a meeting please call (615) 424-6259 or visit the website at www.roberthatton329. com.
Vendors needed for Lakeview Elementary Fall Festival, November 7, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. More spaces available this year - outside spaces for vendors with their own carts or tents are now available. Contact Jana Wood at wood94@comcast. net or 754-4637.
Rev. Woodrow Harris, Jr. and the Women of Williamson Chapel Christian Methodist Episcopal Church invite the public to fellowship in their First Annual Pray Breakfast on Saturday, September 19, at 9 a.m. The Breakfast will be held in Hatchett Hall located in the Historic Church Building Annex, located next to the church, at 1576 Needmore Road.
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MJ Rec Room closed Through September 26
The Mt. Juliet Community Center’s Game Room will be closed starting Tuesday, September 8, through Saturday, September 26, due to early voting on the wheel tax referendum that will be taking place during that time. City staff apologizes for any inconvenience.
Reﬂections from an Old Friend
Have you ever noticed that we all seem to be more giving and kind when we’re in a good or great mood? It’s just human nature to do more good deeds and be nicer when we’re happier. The struggle of committing good deeds and being nice is harder to do when we’re agitated, aggravated, frustrated, mad, ill, tired, impatient, hot, cold, running late or distracted. Wow! It seems there are lots of things that can distract us from being kind, nice and committing good deeds. The problems caused from all these distractions can at times cause us to be less than nice and forget to commit good deeds ourselves. The sad thing about anyone committing less good deeds is that it is reciprocal. Less good deeds committed equals less good deeds received. In other words, the more good we do for others the more likely we are to receive the same in return. We should all be more aware and cognizant of others feelings as well. The way to create a happier more giving society is to start with ourselves ﬁrst. If we all committed more good deeds for no reason at all it would surely catch on? Think about it. It’s hard to be mean spirited or ill to anyone that is being good or kind to you. However, let someone cross you in the wrong way and watch the sparks ﬂy. Very few disagreements have ever, if ever, been caused from someone committing good deeds or kindness. As human beings our tendency is to be nice to those that are nice to us. In trafﬁc and or driving situations we have all found ourselves needing to enter trafﬁc only to ﬁnd that other drivers will not stop and allow us to enter trafﬁc. We patiently wait and wait when ﬁnally someone lets us enter trafﬁc. We say to ourselves, ﬁnally. As we enter trafﬁc, we waive to the person who committed the good deed feeling better about society and mankind as a whole again. Thank goodness for these random good deeds. If we didn’t all have a good deed thrown our way every now and then we would all eventually commit less good deeds ourselves. The morale of the story is to remember to be kind to one another for we all have to share this wonderful life and world together. As we have all been told by our parents for many years, it is always better to share than not to share. And that goes for the sharing of good deeds as well. So please remember, what goes around comes around, so please do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Commit more good deeds and you will INDEED receive more good deeds in return. Have a great day!
Boy Scouts Informational Meetings September Mondays
Boy Scouts of America Troop 341, Gladeville, Tennessee would like to invite all boys 13 and over to come out and see what all the excitement is about. We enjoy camping, hiking, canoeing and many other activities. We meet on Monday nights, 7 p.m. at Gladeville United Methodist Church located at 8770 Stewarts Ferry Pike, Mt. Juliet TN 37122. For information / directions call Karen Major 615-444-1083 email: email@example.com, or Dave Starling 430-0744 email firstname.lastname@example.org
Young Marine Recruit Ceremony September 18
The Mid Cumberland Young Marines are having their recruit graduation and Young Marine promotions on Friday evening, the 18, of September, at 7 pm at Grace Baptist Church, 201 Belinda Parkway, in Mt. Juliet. Everyone in the community, especially veterans, are invited to attend. Joe Fisher, voice of the Vanderbilt Commodores, will be the guest speaker. There will be a POW/MIA Ceremony to start the program. Organizers have also invited Mr. and Mrs. Steve Posey to be special guests as we remember the ultimate sacriﬁce their son, Lance Corporal Greg Posey, paid for our freedom. Please come and thank this dear family for their sacriﬁce. There will be a reception following the graduation. Again, please join us as we remember those who gave their all for our freedom.
Healthcare Bill Forum September 19
The Wilson County Republican Assembly will host a Healthcare bill forum at Larriviere’s restaurant, located at 12894 Lebanon Road in Mt. Juliet, on Saturday, September 19, at 9 a.m. Come join VP of Aegis Corp. Robert Schwartz, and Dr. Bob Kaelin from Tennessee Sports Medicine describes the current bill’s impact and what it means to the public. Bob Schwartz is a Yale graduate in health services administration and is a member of the Nashville Healthcare Council. Dr. Kaelin is a “Fellow” of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. All are welcome. For more information contact Paula Mabry at 615-758-5226 or Mike Cole at 615-542-0790, or email wimbornestgiles@tds. net or email@example.com, or visit the website at www.meetup. com/TN-Republican-Assembly.
Mt. Juliet Animal Shelter Yard Sale/Auction September 19
Volunteers are needed for the Mt. Juliet Animal Shelter: dog and cat lovers are needed for the 7 – 10 a.m. and the 4 – 7 p.m. shifts, which are 10 minutes a day, 30 minutes, a day, and hour or two – whatever you can spare! A yard sale/auction fund raiser will also be held to beneﬁt the shelter on Saturday, September 19, at Bob Parks Realty, 547 N. Mt. Juliet Road in the parking lot, beginning around 7 a.m. For more information on how you can help call 615-773-5533 or email coordinator Jon Gray at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MJHS Baseball Annual Golf Tournament September 24
Mt. Juliet High School Baseball will hold a golf tournament on Thursday, September 24, at Windtree Golf Course with a 1:30 p.m. shotgun start. The cost to play is $100.00 per player, to beneﬁt the MJHS baseball team. Prizes will be awarded in two ﬂights, with a putting, long drive, and closest to the win contests. Mulligan packages (two Mulligans) are $10 per player. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m., with lunch at noon. Hole sponsorship is $100.00. For more information contact Johnny Harper at 615-207-3967, Andy Perry at 615-218-0798, Gregg Trotter at 615-390-2626, or Coach Purvis at 615-604-3845. Windtree Golf Course is located on Nonaville Road in Mt. Juliet.
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Parent workshop at Mathnasium ~ September 24
Mathnasium of Mt Juliet will be offering a FREE parent workshop for parents of students in Kindergarten through 2nd/3rd grade. The workshop will be held Thursday, September 24, from 6:30 until 8:00 p.m. This workshop will equip parents with the tools needed to help build vitally needed math skills at home, in the car or just about anywhere. The focus will be on building a strong understanding of what numbers do to help make adding and subtracting easier. We will also talk about the beginnings of multiplication. This workshop is for any parent wanting to know what to do at home to help build your child’s math skills. If you have ever wondered what you could be doing at home, this workshop is for you. Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jon Willis at 615-469-2180 if you want to be on the guest list. The workshop will be at Mathnasium, located at 3580 N Mt Juliet Rd. Space is limited so please call right away if you want to attend.
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Tract 2-23.48 Acres, Wooded and open tract of land 50’ road frontage.
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Selling as tracts only September 19, 2009 Deed 1233 Page 1190 Woods full of deer and rabbits and other wildlife. Close to Cedars of Lebanon State Park. Was approved 46 more lots. 17 have been developed as of now. Plats must be re-assigned at the Wilson County Planning office and other. Double wide and permanent foundation allowed. 17 Miles from Murfreesboro TN and 840 and also I-40 09 Taxes Prorated, seller TOT Properties. Following TOT Auction 17’ - 23’ Acre Tract 8, 52,55 will sell also in 1 tract At auction approx. 4 acres. 100’ road frontage. Septic Tank, Water Tap. W.W.A.C.C Fee $100.00 a month (step system sand filter) Seller David and Brenda Rahrer. Lots 8, 52 & 55 selling to the highest dollar.
NON-QUALIFYING TERMS: Pay 30% non-refundable deposit and sign Purchase Contract. 6% interest rate, 1 thru 7 year loan, interest rate adjusted to Prime + 1%, annual principal payment with interest payable quarterly. SALE DATE TERMS: Pay 10% Deposit day of sale and sign Purchase Contract. If terms are not desired, entire balance due upon delivery of Deed. Closing within 10 days of auction date. TITLE: Sellers will furnish Warranty Deed and 2009 Taxes prorated. Give possession day of closing. Buyers may have house inspected prior to sale date and buyer to sign waiver sales date. Selling as is.
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Located: 3270 Denning Lane, Springhill, TN Sat. Sept. 26th, 2009, 10:00 AM
ANTIQUES • GLASSWARE • CHINA • SILVER COFFEE & TEA SET • SILVER PUNCH BOWL w/12 CUPS • COIN & SILVER CERTIFICATE COLLECTION • TRUCKS • CAR •TRACKER FISHING BOAT & MOTOR • WURLITZER ORGAN • PIANO CONCESSIONS • NOAH’S ARK PLAY GROUND • AVAILABLE Selling For: Annie Walker (Partial List) Glassware: Pink & Green Depression • Germany Carnival • Fenton • Crystal • Candlewick • Hobnail • Wedgewood • Jade • Ivory Budah • McCoy Steins •Iris • Sets of Wine Stemware • England Bar Glasses • Sherbert dishes • Crystal Wine Decanter & Glasses, Some Ruby Red ( and so much more) China: 26 pc. set (4 place setting) From the Pearl China Co. East Liverpool Ohio Warranted 18 Carat Gold • Crystal Salt & Pepper Shakers • 32 pc. Noritake (M) (4 place setting) • 26 pc. set (4 place setting) Bavarian China by Johann Hauiland • 2 sets of this China is Very rare to ﬁnd especially the 18 Carat Warranted (this set of China belong to Ms. Walkers Late husband’s Mother) 52 pc. Warren/Gold Trim China Silver Items: Silver Tea & Coffee Set w/Tray • Silver Punch Bowl w/12 cups & Ladle (Stamped Leonard Silver Co.) • 2 Silver plates (Rogers & Co. Silver over Copper) Antiques & Collectibles: Kerosene Lamps • Milk glass Lamps • Rosson-Dog Plaques (England stamped on bottom) • Drum Table-Inlaid • Drop Leaf Table • Fern Table • Old Rocker (approx. 100 years old nailed with sq. nails) • Old Matching Dresser & Mirror • Chest of Drawer • Set of clowns • Cherub Painting on Canvas Furniture: Beautiful Wurlitzer Organ • Treasure Island Piano • Bedroom Suite w/Dresser, Mirror, Chest, Headboard, 2 night stands • Matching coffee & 2 end tables • Rolling Bar • Singer Sewing Machine in Cabinet • 4 Maple Bar Stools • Counter Top Bar Vehicles: 1985 Ford F 250 XL Explorer-l owner (45,411 actual miles) • 1988 Honda Accord DX (242,713 miles) • 1993 S-10 (150,873 miles) 1998 Chevrolet K-10 Z71 1 owner (75,511 actual miles) EXT. Cab This truck is show room quality • Baxley GT-2000 Motorcycle Trailer for 2 • 1996 17 ft. Bass Tracker ﬁshing boat w/40 HP. Mercury motor • 1979 Vespa Moped • 1980 Yamaha • 2-1981 Vespa Scooters Coin & Dollar Collection: 1880 Silver Dollar • 1986 Silver Dollar and 1986 half dollar Proof .900 silver • 1973 Kennedy looks at Lincoln Penny • 1965-1971-1974 Kennedy halfs 24K electroplate • 2000-2002-2003-2004-2005-2006-Uncirculated and mint proof sets of state quarters • 1987-1988-1990-1991-1992-1993-19941995-1996-1997-1998-Uncirculated and mint proof sets Note: 2004 is Silver Proof Coin Set • Red Seal 2 Dollar Bills 1-1953 A • 2-1963 • 7-1976 • 1-1995 • Blue Seal 5 Dollar Bills 1-1934 D • 2-1953-A • 20-1935 - DEFGH Series Blue Seal 1 Dollar • 89-1957 AB Series • Note all these Silver Certiﬁcates are in fair conditions, a few are in excellent condition. Miscellaneous and Outside items: Noah’s Ark playground (new) • 8 Sided Gazebo • Dr.’s Back Massage Table • Craftsman Riding 17HP • Troy Tiller • Shop Vac • 2 Stainless Milk Cans • Milking Nipples w/pasteurized Can • Yard and hand tools • All sorts pots & pans • Skillets • Fryers • Oven roasters • Kitchen Aid Mixer • Pasta Maker • Wafﬂe Maker • Pressure Cookers • Mufﬁn-Cake-Loaf-Pans • Boxes of Tupperware • (There are far too many items to list) • Will have lots of boxes of miscellaneous • Keybank from Railroad days • Artwork
Directions to Auction: I-65 to Exit 53 Saturn Pkwy. to Kedron Rd. Exit at stop sign turn left, go to first rd. to right Denning Lane, go approx. 1/2 mile to Auction on left. From Columbia go approx. 8 miles to Saturn Pkwy. Take Kedron Rd. at stop sign turn right go to Denning Rd. turn right and go about 1/2 mile to Auction on left. From Main St. in Springhill turn across Best Western Motel onto Kedron Rd. Follow Rd. through overpass at 65 & Saturn Pkwy. to next Rd. to right which is Denning Ln. turn right & go approx. 1/2 mile to auction on left. Auction Staff will assist you to park. Auctioneers Note: Ms. Walker due to her illness has commissioned Linda Arvin Auctions, a licensed TN. Firm to sell to the highest bidder all personal property listed. Ms. Walker relocated from Texas to Springhill last year to be near her daughter. Her life long years of collecting will be sold Sept. 26 at 10 AM. Concessions will be available. Auction will be held rain or shine.
Terms: Cash and only verified checks through bank will be accepted. No credit cards. No titles or removable of vehicles until funds have cleared bank. All titles are clear of any liens and will be held by Auction Co. until bid satisfied. Please make note and understand. The Auction Co. and staff as well as Ms. Walker the seller do not guarantee or warrant any item. You are to physically inspect and assure yourself of knowledge prior to placing bid. Auction staff will be on grounds from 2:00 PM-7:00 PM Friday September 25.
Auction Conducted by: Linda Arvin Auctions • 12202 Lebanon Rd. • Mt. Juliet, TN 37122
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HOUSE OF KIDS PRESCHOOL/DAYCARE. (3 STAR). PHONE 754-7360. Complete preschool program in a Christian home setting that will have your child kindergarten ready, complete with cap and gown. Preschool Graduation. One acre park like playground. Small group. Individual attention, nutritional meals and reasonable rates. Lots of extras, no enrollment or registration fee. OPENINGS for after school care for W.A. Wright. Take an on site tour of our school and program at our web site: http/www.freewebs.com/ houseofkidspreschool/
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PRESSURE WASHING UNLIMITED, INC. Cleaning Services Include: Houses - Gutters - Driveways Decks & More. Call Dean at 516-9438 for FREE Estimate. I TC ___________________________ DUN-RITE Garage Door Service. Sales - Service - Installation - Repairs. Overhead Doors & Openers. FREE Estimates on Replacements. 758-6285 or 319-1645. ___________________________ STUMP BUSTERS & TREE SERVICES BY TW. Trees trimmed, removed & stump grinding. BOBCAT WORK. Yard grading, Light Dump Truck Hauling. Insured. Free estimates. 568-2716. ___________________________ TOP DOLLAR paid for walkbehind mowers & zero turns that need repair. 847-4105. 9am to 5pm. TC
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MT. JULIET/PROVIDENCE Entire PROVIDENCE COMMUNITY WIDE YARD SALES. Saturday, Sept. 19, 7AM. Follow yellow signs. ___________________________ CARPORT SALE - 2625 EAST OLD LAGUARDO ROAD, off Hwy 109. Friday & Saturday, Sept. 18 & 19. 7am-4pm. Some antiques, saddle & too much to mention. ___________________________ HUGE YARD SALE. Antiques, tools, rugs, camping gear, lawn equipment, household goods, 6 x 12 carry-on trailer- $1,800. Saturday, Sept. 19 ONLY. 8am. 2018 POINT BARTON, Lebanon. ___________________________ HUGE YARD SALE - Saturday ONLY, Sept. 19. 7am until ..... 502 WINDY ROAD, Tinnell Valley Subd. Tools, ﬁshing items, glassware, quilts, furniture, baby items, toys, kitchen items & too much to mention! ___________________________ YARD SALE - 395 PAGE DRIVE, off W. Division. TV’s, computers, toys, bikes, household items, dishes. Friday, Sept 18, 8am until.... ___________________________ YARD SALE - 309 PATTON DRIVE, MT. Juliet Rd. Turn on Faulkner or Due West. Friday, 8am-4pm, Saturday, 8am-12pm. Teenage/misses clothes size 0-6, shoes, jewelry, 1CD & DVD player, computer desk, computer, tiller, 32 cal. gun case $300, German Shrunk $1,200. Sofa set $200. Oriental items, much more. ___________________________ GARAGE SALE - North BASS DRIVE, turn across from library, then right at stop sign. Sept. 18 & 19. Rain or shine. Several families. Children’s clothes, boy’s size 3, girls to size 6. Lots of good toys, riding toys. Books, books, books. Christmas decorations. Misc. ___________________________ ESTATE/MOVING SALE 452 REMBRANDT DRIVE, Echo Valley. Friday & Saturday, Sept 18 & 19. 8am 5:30 pm. Liquidation of Silk Flower business. ___________________________ GARAGE SALES - 424 & 429 REMBRANDT DRIVE, 493 GLEN ECHO PLACE. Friday & Saturday, Sept. 18 & 19. Refrigerator, old jewelry, antique sewing machine, lots of misc.
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1) High Quality Full Mattress Set. New w/Warranty. Can deliver. Lists $240.00, sacriﬁce $117.00. New Queen Set Lists $299, Sell $127. 615-394-0861.**** 2) New King Mattress set in plastic. Never used. Warranty inc. Retails for $360. Will sell for $187. 615-575-5992. ************ 3) Bedroom set-Cherry or pine ﬁnish. Queen/Full Bedroom Set $397.00 Mike, 615-394-0861. New in boxes. Lists $999.00. Will sell for $567.00. Lay-a-way available. Can deliver. 615394-0861. ****************** 4) All new, all leather Sofa & Loveseat. No vinyl!!! Lists $1899, will sell for $957.00. Lay-a-way available. Can deliver. 615-394-0861. **** 5) Queen Memory Foam Mattress Brand new with warranty $287.00. Also, have a boxspring if needed. Call Mike at 615-394-0891 w/ questions. 615-3940861. I TC ___________________________ FOR SALE - PIANO - 1917 Elburn Piano. 44” Upright Grand. Tuned 2006. $300. 754-0435. Great sound, will email pictures. P 9-16
Huge Multi Family Garage Sales. 988 and 989 Pointview Circle, Mt. Juliet. Sept, 18 & 19. 7AM-4PM. tools, motorcycle, household items, coach purses, name brand comforter sets. Too much to list. ___________________________ GS - Sept 19, 7am-12pm. 1721 WRENCREST DRIVE. Rain or shine. ___________________________ YARD SALE - PATHWAY CHURCH OF GOD, next to Hermitage Memorial Gardens. 7am till ? Sept. 18 & 19. Rain date - Sept. 25 & 26. ___________________________ CASH PAID for Lawn mowers. Running or NOT. We also trade & have many like new mowers. From $65 up. 847-4105, 9am to 5pm. ___________________________ MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE. Saturday, Sept. 19, 7am ? 7846 SAUNDERSVILLE ROAD. Something for everyone. ___________________________ YARD SALE - Friday & Saturday, Sept. 18 & 19. 7:30 NOON. 306 CYPRESS GLEN DRIVE. Behind John Deere. ___________________________ 6 FAMILY YARD SALE - 4401 STEWARTS FERRY PIKE. Thursday, Sept. 17, Friday, Sept. 18 & Saturday, Sept 19. 8am-5pm. (NO Early Birds). Computer desk, TV stand, standing mirror, ﬂoor lamp (all like new). Tables, clothes - ladies sizes 8-3X. Men’s size 36 48 - Med. 3X. Lots of misc. items. Saturday, Sept. 19, 12 NOON - 50% off. ___________________________ GS/MOVING SALE - 1405 POWELL GROVE ROAD, off Hwy. 109. Sept. 17& 18. Thursday & Friday. 7:30-? 517-4462.
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SWEET REPEATS CHILDREN’S CONSIGNMENT SALE Fall/Winter clothing, Dress code, shoes, crib, toddler beds, nursery items, glider, car seats, toys, costumes, Juniors (formal dresses),maternity, ladies, housewares & much more. Sale Dates, Thursday, Sept. 17, 8-7, Friday, Sept. 18, 85, 1/2 Price Saturday, Sept. 19, 8-2 14665 Lebanon Road, Salon Masi Suite in Lennox Plaza, across form Hickory Hills & St. Stephens Church. P ___________________________ MOVING SALE - Furniture, antiques, push lawn mower, freezer, washer/dryer, king mattress & box springs, giraffe collection, birdhouse collection, cat items, books, record albums, frames, too much to mention! 325 SOUTHWINDS DRIVE, Southwinds Subd., off S. Mt. Juliet Road. Friday & Saturday, Sept. 18 & 19. 8am-4pm. ___________________________
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EARHART LAWN CARE. Mowing - Aerating - Landscaping - Seeding - Fertilizing. Jason-481-9909. ___________________________ BOBCAT, BUSH HOGGING, DUMP TRUCK, BACKHOE. Concrete work. Fill Dirt and Gravel. Portable Welding. Free Estimates. Cell 3470433. 754-0090. I TC ___________________________ ON-SITE MOWER REPAIR Service & repairs on 2 cycle & 4 cycle engines. I work on tractors, mowers, weedeaters, chainsaws, pressure washers, etc. Contact Chris 615-758-4313. P 10-7
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LEBANON ANIMAL SHELTER has loving cats, dogs, kittens, puppies. All breeds and sizes for adoption. 4441144. TC
1996 LEXUS ES 300. Coach edition. Pearl white. Great running condition. For more information call Maegan 615-308-7441. P
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