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THE CHRONICLE

of Mt. Juliet
The Largest Circulation in Wilson County
Celebrating our 28th year as the leading newspaper
in Mt. Juliet and West Wilson County
www.thechronicleofmtjuliet.com
Volume 29 October 21, 2009 Number 41
H1N1 vaccine
available in
Wilson Co.
this week
Page 3
MJ’s Sorey
challenges
county budget
committee
Charlie Daniels
Band kicks off
the season with
benefit concert
Preparing for disaster
Hundreds of people from Wilson County ride the commuter train into Downtown Nashville every day,
so what would happen in the event of an emergency such as the train colliding with a bus or other
vehicle? That was the basis for a mock disaster drill on Tuesday in West Wilson County, near the
Music City Star Hermitage station. The drill simulated the train hitting a MTA bus, with both the train
engineer and the bus driver incapacitated. Hands On Nashville supplied 25 volunteers who role played
as accident victims. Personnel from area Fire, Police, the Nashville Mayor’s Emergency Management
Office, emergency communications and other local personnel participated, for a total of more than
100 people taking part in the mock disaster exercise. The Federal Railroad Administration, which
regulates the rail industry, requires such exercises once every two years for rail operations the size of
the Music City Star. This mock disaster is part of the on-going emergency training program for Middle
Tennessee’s Music City Star and Regional Transportation Authority, which oversees the operation of
the train. ~ Photo by Tomi L. Wiley
Page 5
Page 10
Page 12
How you
can treat our
troops this
Halloween
You Heard it First
Page 2, The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, October 21, 2009
HARVEST CARNIVAL
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October 25
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Having been blessed
with the support of family,
friends, and her community,
one local photographer is
getting into the volunteer
spirit and giving back with
a special Halloween offer
almost too sweet to refuse.
Lori Lindskoug,
owner and operator of Linds
Photography in Mt. Juliet,
said she has “always been a
‘volunteer’ type of person.”
“I guess that’s a part
of being born and raised in
Tennessee,” Lindskoug said.
“I knew from the beginning
that I would want the studio
to be a part of my community
and to give back as much as
I receive.”
Lindskoug said she
“heard about the great need
that Second Harvest was
having for food donation
since the economy went
south last year.”
“This year alone
their demand for emergency
food assistance is up 38%
while at the same time the
amount of incoming food
is down. As I was thinking
about fall and the upcoming
holidays, I decided it would
be a chance to raise food
while doing something fun.”
Linds Photography
is offering a free Halloween
costume portrait session
for anyone who brings in
two food items. In addition,
Lindskoug is offering very
special pricing for the
pictures.
“The money we
receive goes to cover the cost
of the event and the rest to
Second Harvest Food Bank.
I would like everyone to
know that they can drop off
food anytime between now
and then,” she said. “Second
Harvest needs to replenish
their food pantries so that
they never have to tell any
hungry person there just
isn’t any food for them.”
Lindskoug said
she owes a lot not only to
the community that has
embraced and supported her
studio since its opening in
Bring your little witches, ghosts, and goblins to Linds Photography
for a Halloween portrait and a good cause.
Local photog clicking for a good cause
By Tomi L. Wiley
Managing Editor
See LINDS, Page 4
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, October 21, 2009, Page 3
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How to fund a
new Lebanon High School
was once again a topic
of discussion at Monday
night’s Wilson County
Commission meeting with
one commissioner telling a
committee chair to figure
out how to pay for a new
school.
Wilson County voters
went to the polls on Oct. 1 to
vote on whether to raise the
wheel tax by $25 to fund the
construction and purchase
land for a new Watertown
High School. Voters turned
down the increase.
District 2
Commissioner Chris
Sorey, who represents
Mt. Juliet, told District 23
Commissioner Bernie Ash,
who is also chairman of the
Budget Committee, that he
and the panel need to start
thinking outside the box on
funding for the new LHS.
“It’s not a question
of do we want a new LHS or
even if we need one,” Sorey
said. “We need one, but the
public has told us loud and
clear that they don’t want a
tax. We could cut the budget
2 percent across the board or
even give up our salaries. We
just need to do something.”
Ash said the Budget
Committee had done all they
could to remedy the funding
issue and that if Sorey or
any other commissioner had
any ideas on how to raise
the money to come to the
Budget Committee meeting
and tell them about it.
“I would rather
you just do it,” Sorey said.
“Another thing, we don’t
know when to come to your
meetings because you don’t
put your agendas up on
the County Commission’s
website, even though we
passed the resolution a few
months ago that required
you to do so. I’ve already
given you a resolution and
nothing happened, so just
do it.”
In other business,
Georgia Franklin, wife
of former District 7
Commissioner Don
Franklin, was elected to
complete her husband’s
term. Her opponent, Wilson
Emergency Management
Agency employee Terry
Scruggs, received one vote.
“I’d like to thank
everyone for their vote,”
Mrs. Franklin said. “I will try
to continue the traditions
of this office and serve my
district well.”
Mr. Franlin was in
attendance as District 6
Commissioner Kenny Reich
read a resolution honoring
him for his years of service in
government and education.
State Sen. Mae Beavers also
read a resolution passed
by the state legislature
honoring Franklin.
“I’ve got a long haul,”
Mr. Franklin said, “but we’re
making it. Thank you for
this and for your support.”
Mr. Franklin recently
resigned his seat after
suffering a stroke in May.
Director of Schools
Mike Davis said in his report
that the repairs to Tuckers
Crossroads Elementary
School had been made
and that the cracks in the
foundation were as though
they had not existed. He also
said that the new science lab
at Watertown High School
was also finished.
Sorey challenges county Budget Committee
Franklin wins husband’s District 7 seat
“We could cut the budget 2 percent across the board or even give up
our salaries. We just need to do something.” ~ D2 County Commissioner
Chris Sorey on how to fund a new LHS without an increased wheel tax
The sensational trio Three Bridges will be in concert at Gladeville
United Methodist Church on Saturday evening, October 24 at 6
p.m. The public is invited to attend. Admission is free but a love
offering will be taken to support their ministry. Three Bridges
has wowed packed out venues across the nation. The trio consists
of Elliott Mitchell who is manager and baritone of the group, Scott
Johnson on lead and Eddy Bolton on tenor. Known for their tight
harmony, unique vocal style and their exciting energy packed stage
presentation, you will be blessed. For more information on their
ministry, go to www.threebridges.net and for more information
about this concert, contact Lyndon LaFevers at 615-202-0405.
Trio Three Bridges at GUMC Oct. 24
Page 4, The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, October 21, 2009
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August, but to her family.
“Opening the Linds
Photography studio this
summer has been a giant
leap of faith. The studio is
absolutely a family business.
My family and I spent two
months of literally blood,
sweat and tears renovating
the space before we could
move in and start taking
pictures. I was even lucky
enough to have my college
age niece come and help us
over the summer. With much
excitement and anticipation,
we were able to start taking
pictures in the new studio
in August. I am married
and have one thirteen
year old daughter. I do the
photography and graphic
arts while my husband,
daughter and mother help
me with everything else. We
are all working relentlessly to
make this studio successful.
Without my family’s support,
there is no way I could do
this. We want to create a
studio that is fun and as
stress free as possible. Our
goal is to take our time and
capture amazing images for
everyone at any age.”
Photography has
only been around since the
1800’s, Lindskoug said, and
yet it has become a part of
everyone’s lives. It is what
everyone thinks about when
his or her home is lost in
some tragic event. Families
pass down photographs from
generation to generation
because they tell a story of
who the people were in a
way nothing else can.
“I get to share those
precious milestones of other
people’s lives. What can
be more special than to
capture a baby’s first smiles
and steps; or, the smile that
comes along with that first
lost tooth; or, the memory
of the first instrument a
child has worked so hard
to master? What fun it is
to share in the modeling of
all sorts of fun out fits and
the unique activities of a
High School Senior! What
an opportunity it is to know
that the Christmas pictures
I take will become a part of a
family’s Christmas memories
for years to come.”
After working as an
accountant for 15 years,
Lindskoug found herself in a
place in her life where she felt
she could make her dream
of being a photographer a
reality. She said she has
always taken pictures of
family and friends and took
photography classes along
the way. She has been a
member of the Professional
Photographer’s of America
(PPA), the world’s largest
nonprofit association for
professional photographers,
with more than 20,000
members in 54 countries
since 2004.
“I worked and studied
very hard to take and pass the
Professional Photographer’s
of America’s exam and
image review,” Lindskoug
said. “I passed on my first
try and earned my Certified
Professional Photographer
(CPP) designation. This
certification makes me
one of only 1,725 certified
professional photographers
in the world and one of 40
in the state of Tennessee.”
Lindskoug also earned
Specialty Endorsements for
Children and for Schools
from the PPA, which makes
her adept at taking pictures
of children. It’s this talent
and endorsement she
will use to photograph
children this Halloween
and hopefully gather not
only fun trickster moments
but a generous donation to
Second Harvest Food Bank
from the community that
has supported her so far.
“Did you know that
one in five children are at
risk of hunger in our Middle
Tennessee community?”
Lindskoug asked. “And one
in eight Americans are at
risk of hunger. It breaks
my heart to think about it.
I want to do my best to help
and hope that others join
me.”
For more information,
to schedule an appointment
for your Halloween portrait
and donate to Second Harvest
call Linds Photography at
615-414-2626. The studio is
located at 3548 N. Mt. Juliet
Road, across from the Mt.
Juliet Middle School.
LINDS, from Page 3
The October 15
meeting of the Mt. Juliet
planning commission began
with a noticeably new,
revamped interior at the City
Hall. Chairman Jay Cameli
was absent at the meeting,
letting Vice Chairman Luke
Winchester take the reigns
for the evening.
The first topic up
for discussion was an
Amendment to Subdivision
Regulations. The amendment
was made to Section 5-101
and 6-102, to include “karst
features” and its definition
in the conceptual plan and
site analysis. Conceptual
plans are submittals to
the planning commission,
which are meant to supply
a detailed analysis of each
site’s special features and
the designer’s response to
those accordingly. These
plans are not only essential
for all major subdivisions,
but are the foundation of the
design process for greenway
lands, house locations,
street alignments, and lots
lines.
The site analysis
accompanies each plan,
and includes such things
as the location of severely
constraining elements
(in excess of 20 percent),
watercourses, wetlands, all
existing rights-of-way and
easements, intermittent
streams and 100-year
floodplains, and the newly
amended item “karst
features.” A karst feature
is an area of irregular
limestone in which erosion
has produced fissures,
sinkholes, underground
streams, and caverns.
Luke Winchester motioned
for approval, Lori Landry
seconded, all else approved
except Phil Smartt, who
opposed.
Wilson County
Planning Director Tom
Brashear went before
the commission with two
proposed amendments to
the Wilson County Zoning
Ordinance. The first
recommendation was to
amend Article 3.85, under the
Article 3 General Provisions,
and add Access Restriction
Gates and Gatehouses. This
amendment is intended to
institute driveway gates and
gatehouses as acceptable
structures in residential zone
districts (subject to certain
conditions), and determine
a component for emergency
access thru private
Signage for gas stations approved
By Renee Dotson
Freelance Wtier
See SIGNS, Page 8
Page 5, The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, October 21, 2009
The Wilson County
Health Department will offer
H1N1 injectable vaccine
during clinics on Wednesday,
October 21, and Thursday,
October 22, from 4 to 8 p.m.
To make an appointment,
call 444-5325. The H1N1
flu vaccine will be provided
at no charge.
Those listed below
are the priority groups on
which we want to focus to
receive this vaccine.
Children 6 months to 4
years old
Household contacts and
caregivers for children
younger than 6 months of
age
Pregnant women
Healthcare and
emergency medical
services personnel
FluMist® is also
available for individuals ages
2 to 49 who have no medical
condition.
No shortage of 2009
H1N1 vaccine is expected.
However, limited quantities
and types of the vaccine
come in with each shipment.
The Tennessee Department
of Health expects to receive
enough H1N1 vaccine in
coming weeks so anyone
who wants to receive it, can
do so.
The Wilson County
Health Department will
continue to announce
when vaccine arrives and
if there will be an H1N1
clinic. Also, information
about upcoming clinics and
vaccine availability are on
the Tennessee Department
of Health Web site at http://
health.state.tn.us/H1N1.
htm.
The Wilson County Health
Department also urges
residents to receive the
seasonal flu vaccination to
prevent illness. The seasonal
flu vaccine is particularly
recommended for the
elderly, young children and
people with certain health
conditions such as asthma,
diabetes or heart disease
since they are at high risk
for complications from
seasonal flu. Call to verify
if the Health Department
has the seasonal flu vaccine
before coming in.
For more information about
the H1N1 or seasonal flu
vaccines, call the Wilson
County Health Department at
615-444-5325 or contact the
Tennessee Flu Information
Line at 1.877.252.3432.
Information is also available
on the Web at www.tn.gov/
health or www.flu.gov.
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, October 21, 2009 Page 5
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From staff reports
Sales tax numbers
for the month of September
are in, with Mt. Juliet second
in line for the county behind
Lebanon.
According to a
report from the Tennessee
Department of Revenue,
Mt. Juliet netted
$824,871.90 for the month
of September. Lebanon
netted $1,171,085.21 for
the month, and Watertown
netted $14,184.23. Wilson
County netted $245,848.13.
The State deducts
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administration.
Wilson County September sales tax
numbers released: Lebanon leads
By Tomi L. Wiley
Managing Editor
Page 6, The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, October 21, 2009
Obituaries
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A MUST SEE!
Life Church will hold its annual Fall Carnival on Wednesday, October
28, at 7 p.m. Everyone is invited come out, enjoy a fun filled evening.
Free hot dogs, nachos, soft drinks, face painting, clowns, singing,
dancing, balloon animals, carnival games, tons of free candy, inflatable
attractions, bounce houses, drawings for prizes, (including an iPod).
For more information call 615-469-5190 or visit www.lifechurchfamily.
com. Located on Hwy. 109 between Mt. Juliet and Lebanon.
GANNON, Dillard Jackson Jr.
D.J. Gannon passed away on October 18, 2009 at age 88. He was a member of the
Cedar Grove Baptist Church, a veteran of the U.S. Army, and retired from Aerostructures.
The family accepted friends at Sellars Funeral Home in Lebanon from 4-8 p.m. on Tuesday,
October 20, 2009, 4-8 p.m. on Wednesday, and 11 a.m. until service on Thursday. The
chapel service, conducted by Brother Terry Fessler, is 2 p.m. Thursday, October 22,
2009. Interment in Wilson County Memorial Gardens. Family and friends will serve
as Pallbearers. Honorary Pallbearers: Lebanon Senior Citizens. Survivors include two
daughters: Shirley (Owen) Armstrong and Darlene (John) McCulloch, both of Lebanon;
two sisters: Mary Sanders of Gladeville and Mattie B. Blair of Missouri; grandchildren:
Dwayne Grissim, Sherry Edwards, Tonya Stone, Paula Heird, Pam Kelly, Tracy Henry,
and Dusty Henry; numerous great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. He is
preceded in death by mother Mamie Gannon, father Dillard J. Gannon Sr., step-mother
Onie May Gannon, step-brother Thomas Gannon, all of Murfreesboro. Sellars Funeral
Home, 313 W. Baddour Pkwy, Lebanon TN 37087, 615.444.9393. Obits 615.758.8818.
HAY, Cynthia Ann
Cynthia Ann Hay, age 48, of Nashville, TN, died Monday, October 19, 2009. She is
survived by her parents, Aubrey D. and Nancy Canada Hay of Mt. Juliet; sister, Deborah
(David) Ford of Marietta, GA; nephews, Jared and Austin Ford. Funeral services will be
conducted 7 p.m. Tuesday, October 20, 2009, at Bond Memorial Chapel with Rev. Chuck
Groover officiating. Interment will be in Providence Cemetery at Crockett Mills, TN. The
family wished to extend a special thank you to the caregivers at Open Arms Cares and
especially the Miller Street Group. Flowers accepted or memorials may be made to The
Open Arms Care Foundation, P.O. Box 280540, Nashville, TN 37228. Visitation will be 5-7
p.m. Tuesday at Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet,
TN. (615)773-2663. Obit Line (615)641-2663, www.bondmemorial.com
JONES, Mary
Mary Jones, formerly of Mt. Juliet, passed away October 16, 2009. Visitation 10
a.m. – 12 p.m. Wednesday, with service at 12 noon. Hermitage Funeral Home, 615-889-
0361.
LANNOM, John Wallace
Wallace Lannom passed away on October 14, 2009 at age 89. He farmed in the
Gladeville community, was in the greenhouse business, Lannom’s Plant Farm, with his
wife Louise, and retired from Avco (Vaught). The family will be receiving friends at Sellars
Funeral Home in Lebanon on Friday, October 16, 2009 from 2-8 p.m. and on Saturday
from 10 a.m. until service. The chapel service, conducted by Brother Jim Minor and
Brother Robert Spickard, is 11 a.m. Saturday, October 17, 2009. Interment in Wilson
County Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers: Eddie Snipes, Lee Lannom, Ralph Comer, Jeff
Fennessey, James Woodall, and Micah Lannom.
Survivors include children: Bob (Brenda) Lannom
of Gallatin and Lugene (Eddie) Snipes of Tallahassee FL;
7 grandchildren: Lee Lannom, Julie Lannom, Amy (Seth)
Wilhite, Risha Lannom, Micah Lannom, Whitney Snipes,
and Taylor Snipes; 6 great-grandchildren; and numerous
nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by wife
Martha Louise Comer Lannom, son Larry Stephen Lannom,
parents Lee Dempse and Pearl Sanders Lannom, and sisters
Marie Lannom Howard and Maggie Lee Lannom Bramwell.
Sellars Funeral Home, 313 W. Baddour Pkwy, Lebanon TN,
615.444.9393. Obits 615.758.8818.
PANTER, Maxine
Maxine Panter, age 80 of Old Hickory, passed away
Thursday, October 15, 2009. Survived by her husband,
Albert Panter; daughter, Vicky Pittman; son, Jeff Panter;
four grandchildren; many other loving family and friends.
Graveside services were conducted 10 a.m. Monday, October
19, 2009, in Hermitage Memorial Gardens. Hermitage
Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens, 535 Shute Lane, Old
Hickory, TN 37138. (615) 889-0361.
TRIPP, Deborah Clay
Deborah Clay Tripp, age 72, of Nashville, TN, died
Saturday, October 17, 2009. Mrs. Tripp was preceded in
death by her husband, Rev. James Isaac Tripp and daughter,
Josette Sands Taylor. She is survived by son, Earl Matthew
(Anna Marie) Sands; son-in-law, Kirk Taylor; sister, Mildred
Shearer; sister-in-law, Anne Nicholson; grandchildren,
Maddie Sands, Haly Taylor and Dylan Burke. Visitation will
be 2-8 p.m. Monday, October 19, 2009 at Bond Memorial
Chapel. Flowers accepted or memorials may be made to
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Tennessee Chapter,
404 BNA Drive, Suite 102, Nashville, TN 37217-2571. Mrs.
Tripp will be laid to rest in Jacksonville, FL beside her late
husband. Arrangements by Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt.
Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615)773-
2663. Obit Line (615)641-2663, www.bondmemorial.com
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Michael Henderson’s 8th grade physical science class at Mt. Juliet
Christian Academy recently performed their end of the nine weeks’
science project. They had to make a “transit” and use it to determine
how high their bottle rocket shot. This involved using the distance
from the launch pad multiplied by the tangent angle. The winners
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residential gates, private
residential communities,
multi-family developments
(i.e. apartment complexes
or condominiums), and
other gated commercial,
industrial or agriculturally
zoned properties.
Phil Smartt motioned
to approve the amendment,
with the suggestion that
automated gates and
gatehouses be more
specifically defined, Landry
seconded, and both were
unanimously approved.
The second
amendment to the zoning
ordinance is the addition
of Section 3.75 Grass and
Weeds in Major Subdivisions,
to establish specific
maintenance requirements
for one acre or less lots in
one acre or less average
lot size major subdivision
developments. This revision
is due to an ongoing
concern over disheveled
and/or lots overrun with
vegetation, mainly where
overgrown grass or weeds
are prevalent.
Ed Hagerty
motioned for a positive
recommendation, Larry
Searcy seconded, and
the amendment was
unanimously approved.
An amendment
allowing electronic
changeable copy signs,
in the CNS (Convenience
Neighborhood Service)
District, of the City of Mt.
Juliet Zoning Ordinance
was next on the agenda.
Mt. Juliet City
District 1 Commissioner
Ted Floyd went before the
planning commission to
speak on behalf of store
owners within the district
who do not currently have
signs displaying gas prices.
Floyd’s main concern
was that of a competitive
standpoint, compared with
other stores that have their
gas prices displayed, store
owners without a sign are
at an obvious disadvantage.
Consumers are more likely
to stop and get gas at a store
that has their gas prices
clearly displayed, rather
than a store that has no sign
at all. The amendment to
Article 11 of Title 11, Section
11-106.3 Signs allowed in
CNS Districts includes the
addition of Gasoline Price
Signs. The amendment
allows only one electronic
changeable copy sign,
which is permitted solely
for the use of displaying the
current price of gasoline.
The signs must conform to
the provisions of the 11-103
Definitions (excluding time
and temperature signs), 6-
1-4.3 Special Provisions
Applicable to CNS.
Lori Landry
motioned to approve with
a recommendation of
changes to the character
field as opposed to content,
Phil Smartt seconded, all
else approved except Luke
Winchester and Ed Hagerty,
who opposed.
Civil Site Design
Group requested that a
portion of the Mt. Juliet
Little League property on US
Highway 70 be rezoned from
RS-40 to CTC (Commercial
Town Center) PUD. The
property is presently shown
on the Land Use Map as
Parks and Greenways
and covers approximately
33.5 acres. Almost every
other property located on
Highway 70 is zoned as
CG (Commercial-General),
except this property which
is zoned for park uses. The
Mt. Juliet Little League
organization would benefit
greatly, by providing better
utilization of their property
consistent with the other
properties in the area.
Mt. Juliet City staff
recommended approval
Smartt motioned to approve,
Hagerty seconded, all else
approved except Larry
Searcy, who opposed.
For a complete
detailed list of the consent
agenda or a schedule of
any upcoming meetings of
the Planning Commisssion,
please visit the www.
cityofmtjuliet.org or contact
the Planning Secretary
Jennifer Hamblen at
773-6237 or jhamblen@
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SIGNS, from Page 4
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, October 21, 2009, Page 9
Sports
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Congratulations Players!
GALLATIN -- A pass sails just over the outstretched hand of Mt.
Juliet tightend Matt Stewart (86) in Friday’s 46-7 win at Station
Camp High School. The victory upped Mt. Juliet’s record to 8-0
heading into an Oct. 23 road game at District 9AAA rival Portland
High School. ~ Photo by Jeff Kimbel / The Gallatin Newspaper
From staff reports
GALLATIN -- And the beat
goes on.
Mt. Juliet High
stayed perfect on the 2009
season Friday, Oct. 16 with
a lopsided 46-7 victory at
District 9AAA rival Station
Camp.
Coach Roger Perry’s
team took control early --
leading 14-0 after one quarter
and 26-7 at intermission.
The Bears were
unstoppable on the ground,
as nine different backs
carried the ball 41 times for
417 yards.
That’s an average of
10.2 yards per attempt.
Two Mt. Juliet Back
broke the 100 yard barrier.
Sophomore Brannon
Garza ran the ball seven
times for 121 yards --
including touchdown runs
of 26 and 83 yards.
Senior fullback
Brady Earnhardt ran seven
times for 105 yards.
Senior quarterback
Reed Gurchiek ran the ball
seven times for 76 yards
and two scores while senior
wingback Chris Brazile
had just five attempts, but
tallied 57 yards --including
a 16 yard touchdown jaunt
in the third quarter.
Gurchiek completed
4-of-7 passing attempts for
127 yards -- including a 54
yard scoring strike to junior
wideout Vaughn Cornelia
with for the game’s first
score.
Brazile caught two
passes for 46 yards and
tightend Matt Stewart
hauled in one catch for 27
yards.
Mt. Juliet defenders
sacked Station Camp
passers eight times with
senior defensive lineman
Zach Bush leading the way
with three sacks.
Linebacker Desmond
Fisher was in on six tackles
and two sacks while Patrick
Krzan and Blake Biggs each
had six tackles.
Soph defensive back
Josh Shelton was in on
three tackles and recovered
a Bison fumble.
Kicker Tyler Emmetts
connected on field goals of
30 and 46 yards and finished
4-of-5 on PAT attempts.
With Friday’s win
over the Bison combined
with Gallatin’s 7-0 victory
over Beech -- Mt. Juliet now
has a stranglehold on first
place in District 9AAA with
a 5-0 league mark.
The Golden Bears
play Friday, Oct. 23 at
Portland.
Golden Bears tear through Station Camp
Page 10, The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, October 21, 2009
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some very impressive talent
to entertain and raise money
for the Christmas 4 Kids,
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Well, he’s done
it again this year. The
lineup this year includes
The Charlie Daniels Band,
Wilson County resident
Gretchen Wilson, Phil
Vassar and Chris Young.
Now if that isn’t “something
for everyone,” organizers
said they don’t know what
is. The concert will begin at
7 p.m., Monday, Nov. 23 at
the Ryman Auditorium in
Nashville.
What can be said
about Charlie Daniels
that will do him justice?
He is legendary. Part
humanitarian, patriot,
musician, songwriter,
exceptional entertainer
and even world-class
horse breeder, his
accomplishments and
generosity seem never-
ending. One thing’s for
sure, at 73, he isn’t slowing
down anytime soon. In fact,
Daniels released this week
a wonderful new Christmas
CD entitled, “Charlie Daniels
and Friends Joy to the
World.”
The fact is there is
no one like Charlie Daniels
and nothing like a Charlie
Daniels Band performance.
As always, he will be
lending his special brand
of country/western/rock/
southern boogie/folk/fiddle
music to this year’s concert.
If you’ve never seen him live,
you won’t want to miss it. If
you’ve seen him live before,
you’ll need your annual
dose of Charlie Daniels
entertainment to round out
your year.
Organizers said
the Christmas 4 Kids
organization is blessed
to have Daniels as a
spokesperson and annual
supporter of its cause and
events. As a resident of
Wilson County, he truly gives
back to the children of his
community, which makes
it even more special for him
and C4K, they added.
While Gretchen
Wilson has been a supporter
of Christmas 4 Kids,
spending hours signing
autographs and meeting
fans at their Tour Bus
Show, she adds her voice to
the benefit concert lineup
for the first time. It doesn’t
seem that long ago that
Wilson released her debut
album “Here for the Party”
with its unforgettable #1
hit “Redneck Woman.” But
in five short years, it’s fair
to say she’s won the hearts
of her fans and the highest
honors from every major
music association with three
Country Music Association
Awards, two American Music
Awards, two Billboard Music
Awards, two CMT Music
Awards, two Academy of
Country Music Awards, and
last but certainly not least,
one Grammy!
Wilson attributes her
success to the support and
direction of her grandmother,
her early beginnings with
the Muzik Mafia, and her
general openness.
“I’ve been genuine
from the get-go,” she said,
“and I continue to try and do
that. I’m an open book.”
Perhaps through
her personal childhood
experiences, virtually on her
own from the age of 15, and
the effect of being a single
mother trying to make it
on her own, Wilson sees
children and charity as an
important focus for her. In
addition to Christmas 4 Kids,
she lends her support to St.
Jude’s Children’s Research
Hospital and Children’s
Miracle Network. As a
resident of Wilson County,
Christmas 4 Kids was a
natural fit for her. For years,
she watched the buses go
by her window as they went
to pick up children for their
special day.
Phil Vassar brings
his unique talents to the
Charlie Daniels & Friends ‘Does it Again’
for Christmas 4 Kids benefit concert
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The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, October 21, 2009, Page 11
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country are expected to
spend Saturday, Oct 24 –
the 19th Make A Difference
Day – doing volunteer
projects to improve their
communities and help
neighbors in need. The day
is the largest community
service effort in the nation,
rallying corporations,
government leaders,
charitable organizations,
and everyday Americans
into action on one day.
This year the
Wilson County Habitat for
Humanity is inviting local
volunteers to participate in
this nationally recognized
volunteer day. This is the
first year the local Habitat for
Humanity has been involved
with the event. The event
will be held at the Habitat
for Humanity ReStore,
located at 606 E Main Street
in Lebanon. It will begin at 8
a.m. and will run until 4:30
p.m. There are activities
planned for all who would
like to lend a hand.
The ReStore, which
has just recently moved from
the South Maple location,
along with the Habitat
administrative office, is still
settling into its new location
and there is yet much to do.
Both volunteers skilled with
carpentry and those with the
gift of merchandising and
display as well as volunteers
who can simply help to lend
a hand and reorganize are
encouraged to volunteer.
Lunch will be provided for
those who can help.
On the last Make
a Difference Day, a record
3 million volunteers
participated and an estimated
28 million people-in-need
benefited. Projects have
ranged from a countrywide
cleanup involving thousands
of people to a mentoring
program in which members
of a sorority provided
one-on-one support to 35
underprivileged children.
For more information
about the Make A Difference
Day event or to Volunteer
with Habitat for Humanity
of Wilson County, please
call Mandi Jenkins the
local Habitat office at 615-
453-4539 in advance if you
would like to attend. More
information and a national
databank of local project
plans are available at the
website makeadifferenceday.
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Welcome to the World
Trey and Jennifer Marshall
of Mt. Juliet are proud to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Abby Caroline
Marshall, on September 12,
2009, at Summit Medical
Center. She weighed 7 lbs, 6
oz and was 19 inches long at
birth. Her grandparents are
Ellis and Melanie Marshall
of Mt. Juliet, Lynda Lynn
and Steve King of Hermitage,
and Steve and Elaine Moore
of Old Hickory, and her aunt
and uncle are Taylor and
Kristi Nix of Mt. Juliet.
Abby Caroline
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This Halloween
encourage your Trick or
Treaters to think of our
troops by donating
some (or all!) of
their Halloween
candy to our
American troops
serving abroad.
Bring your
no n- c ho c o l a t e
candy, and feel
free to include a
picture and special
note thanking our
troops, to Dr. Ted
Unland’s dental
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in a care package
and shipped overseas.
Dr. Ted Unland and
his wife Kimberly said their
family decided to donate
candy and partner with the
local dentist’s office with
the hopes that others in
the community will do the
same.
“We decided to do this
because our daughter is too
young to actually eat candy,
and we thought we could
do something helpful with
her candy,” said Kimberly.
“Partnering with the dental
office also seemed like a great
idea because many parents
don’t want their children to
eat all their candy and many
people have leftover candy
at the end of Halloween.
We’ve sent fliers to all of Dr.
Unland’s patients and we’re
sending them out to local
churches, daycares, and
fitness centers as
well.”
“We’re hoping
to continue
this cause year
after year and
to get people in
other cities to
participate in the
future,” Dr. Ted
Unland added.
Do na t i o ns
of candy,
pictures, and
notes you would
like to send will
be collected November 2
– 6, from 8 a.m. until 4:30
p.m. All collected items
will be sent via Operation
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in Joliet, IL to be placed
with other items inside care
packages to be sent overseas
to our troops. For more
information call Unland
Center for Dental Excellence
at (615) 885-0181. The
office is located at 4757
Andrew Jackson Parkway in
Hermitage.
Donate your family’s candy: Trick or Treat for our troops
NASHVILLE -- The Scarlett
Family Foundation recently
announced it will accept
applications through Dec.
31, 2009, for financial aid
to students from 39 Middle
Tennessee counties. The
scholarships are open to
high school seniors planning
to study business, and
current college freshmen,
sophomores and juniors
already studying business
at any accredited, not-for-
profit, four-year college
or university in the United
States.
Scholarship amounts
currently range from $2,500-
$15,000 a year, based on
need, and are renewable for
all four years of college.
Scholarships are
open to high school seniors
and college freshmen,
sophomores and juniors
who will graduate or have
graduated from high schools
in 38 Middle Tennessee
counties. Students are also
eligible if they will earn a
GED or have obtained a
GED before June 2010.
S c h o l a r s h i p
information and applications
are available at www.
scarlettfoundation.org.
“Our goal is to help
students study business
in college and go on to
earn their degrees,” said
Tom Parrish, Executive
Director of the Scarlett
Family Foundation. “We
especially want to encourage
people to apply if they plan
to study business, are
studying business already,
or have demonstrated
entrepreneurial interest or
leadership.
The Scarlett Family
Foundation was established
in 2005 and is a member of
the Southeastern Council of
Foundations. To date, the
Foundation has awarded
more than $700,000 in
scholarships to business
students from 39 counties
in Middle Tennessee.
Business scholarships available
Applications open online through Dec. 31
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, October 21, 2009, Page 13
Christmas 4 Kids concert
for the fifth time this year,
with his distinctive voice and
melodies that reverberate
with all listeners. Last year,
Vassar was back in the
studio for the first time in
four years. This year, he’s
keeping the momentum
going with a new CD
“Traveling Circus” and its
first single, “Everywhere I
Go.”
It’s official – last week
Chris Young had his first #1
Single, “Getting’ You Home
(The Black Dress Song).”
All of this at the same time
Country Weekly named
Young one of Country’s
Sexiest Men. Young takes
it all in stride though as he
remembers that it wasn’t
too long ago that he was just
starting out.
And even as an
independent artist, Young
lent a hand to Christmas
4 Kids. Since 2004, he
has been a chaperone
on shopping day, signed
autographs, met fans and
anything else Christmas 4
Kids officials needed him
to do. When he became
famous, his support didn’t
waver but rather increased
as he became one of the
headliners on the benefit
concert lineup.
A native of
Murfreesboro, Young grew
up in Music Row’s backyard,
favoring the music styles
of Willie Nelson, Waylon
Jennings, Keith Whitley
and Randy Travis. In fact,
his sophomore album, “The
Man I Want To Be,” Young
got the opportunity to
cover “A Rose in Paradise”
(an old Waylon Jennings
song) as a duet with Willie
Nelson. Young said he’s still
pinching himself regarding
that experience.
In addition to
being known as a singer
and songwriter, he is also
known as a humanitarian.
Christmas 4 Kids officials
said they are proud to have
Young among the celebrities
who keep coming back to
help support the children.
“We’re so blessed
to have him come year-
after-year,” added Debbie
Lamberson, president of
Christmas 4 Kids.
How can you see
these amazing and generous
artists for yourself? Tickets
for the Charlie Daniels and
Friends Benefit Concert
for Christmas 4 Kids go on
sale 10 a.m., Monday, Oct.
26 and can be purchased
through Ticketmaster at
www.ticketmaster.com.
There are a few
remaining “Tier One” tickets
available directly through
Christmas 4 Kids. You can
get more information by
visiting the website www.
Christmas4Kids.org.
Chaperones
Be like Chris Young
and help a child shop
on C4K’s shopping day,
Tuesday, Dec. 15. Whether
you’re an all-day, night-
time only, or Lebanon-based
chaperone, it’s an experience
you won’t soon forget. Go
to www.Christmas4Kids.
org and click on the “Be a
Chaperone” tab on the left
for all the information.
Christmas 4 Kids
began making Christmas
dreams come true 25
years ago, when Conway
Twitty, in conjunction
with the bus drivers of the
top entertainers in music,
decided to create a charity
to support the children of
Middle Tennessee. Now,
nearly 400 children are
taken on more than 70
entertainers’ tour buses for
a full day of entertainment
and shopping with funds
raised at various sponsored
events, the largest of which
is this benefit concert.
Christmas 4 Kids is
a division of Christmas For
Kids, Inc.
RETIREMENT SALE
RETIREMENT SALE
OUR FINAL WEEK!!
We have several good
bargains left.
Come by and make
us an offer! Let’s see
if we can work a deal
that suites you!
Lloyd and Sue Ledsinger
FURNITURE AND BEDDING
15325 Lebanon Rd. Shiloh Plaza, Wilson/Davidson Co. Line (next to SAVE-A-LOT) 758-0858
Fall Festival & Giggles & Goodies
Sunday, October 25
Victory Baptist Church
Welcome to the Jungle
fall festival 4:00 - 6:00
Hotdogs,
Hamburgers,
Cotton Candy
Popcorn
Gospel Music Stage
Cake Walk
Face Painting
Horse Rides
Hayride
Inflatables
Climbing Wall 1
st
Annual Chili Cook-Off
AND MORE!!!!!!
Giggles and Goodies 6-7 PM
Best Costume and Best Decorated
Car will win a gif!
Victory Baptist Church
1777 Tate Lane, Mt. Juliet
773-5200
CD BAND, from Page 10
Chris Young
Page 14, The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, October 21, 2009
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Mt. Juliet, TN 37122
758-7999
• Help for all types of hearing loss
• No obligation trial on all hearing aids
• Free Tuesday clinic for new patients
• No interest payment plans
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The United States
Tennis Association recently
announced that Jay Holladay
from Wilson Central High
School is being honored
as part of its national
recognition program for high
school tennis coaches across
American who implement a
“no-cut” policy for their high
school tennis teams.
A no-cut policy
ensures that every student
who wishes to play is
welcomed as a member of the
team. Some of the programs
being recognized have more
than 100 official members
of their high school tennis
team. Since the start of this
initiative in 2006, the USTA
has recognized over 2,700
high school tennis coaches
and programs.
“No-cut tennis
programs are keeping with
the objectives of the USTA to
continue to grow the game of
tennis,” said Kirk Anderson,
the USTA’s Director of
Recreational Coaches and
Programs. “We know that
students who make their
high school tennis team end
up playing more tennis and
staying in the game longer.
We hope that by recognizing
these individuals we can
inspire more coaches to run
no-cut programs.”
Coaches receive a
certificate from the USTA
congratulating them for
their program and a letter is
sent to the school’s principal
and athletic director
acknowledging the coach’s
dedication to their students.
Registered coaches will also
receive a complimentary one
year subscription to Racquet
Sports Industry. In addition,
two coaches will be selected
from the recipients, who will
receive the National No-Cut
Starfish Award in August at
the USTA Tennis Teachers
Conference held in New York
City alongside the US Open.
The USTA has created
a High School Advisory Team
of veteran tennis coaches
who have run “no-cut”
programs to offer advice,
guidance, and resources
to coaches interested in
running a program. The
Advisory Team, which
includes Tiger Teusink of
Holland, MI; Dave Steinbach
of Brookfield, WI; and Sarah
Miller of Kennewick, WA;
can be reached via email
at highschool@usta.com.
Additional information
about the USTA High School
No-Cut initiative is available
at www.USTA.com.
USTA recognizes Wilson Central coach Jay Holladay for ‘no-cut’ policy
Submitted
The Good Ship Adventure Society members of the T.S.C.A.R. attended the Eighth Annual Constitution
Week Bell Ringing Ceremony hosted by the Tennessee State Daughters of the American Revolution on
Sunday September 20th at 3:00 p.m. on the grounds of the Tennessee State Capital. The GSA members
were honored by having their picture made with the Governor of Tennessee, Phil Bredesen and First
Lady, Andrea Conte in front of the Andrew Jackson Monument. GSA members included in the picture
are: Melissa Bush, Taryn Kile, Taylor Kile, and Laura Bush along with the Governor and First Lady. ~
Photo submitted
Good Ship Adventure Society attends special ceremony
Elizabeth Friel, resident of Rutland Place in Mt. Juliet, recently
celebrated her 90th birthday with family and a few “surprise guests”
from Chattanooga. The party was held at the Holiday Inn Express in
Mt. Juliet, and more than 70 people attended the party.
Friel celebrates 90th with family, friends
www. tcomj . com
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, October 21, 2009, Page 15
Community
Calendar
Reflections
from an
Old Friend
Your Old Friend’s Halloween Safety Tips
Well, it’s Halloween time again. With that in mind, I would like to encourage everyone
to have a safe and happy Halloween. Below is a list of preventive steps I’ve prepared for the
citizens. These are tips you may find helpful in making your Halloween a safe and fun adventure
for all involved.
1. Prepare ahead of time the route and location of your trick or treating
2. Only trick or treat in areas and locations you are familiar with
3. Make sure the costume you are your child wears, has large eye and mouth openings.
This will assure that you and your child can see and breath clearly
4. Make sure the costume can be seen at night. For better visibility, attach reflective material
to the costume itself
5. Purchase a flashlight for guiding your way around obstacles and better visibility
6. Walk up to houses using driveways and sidewalks to avoid unseen obstacles and tripping.
When having to walk through yards, make sure to watch for clothes lines, dogs, small trees, low
lying limbs, potholes and other obstacles
7. Never trick or treat alone. Always walk and stay with a parent, guardian or friend
8. Upon receiving treats, never consume the treats until they have been properly and
carefully examined by an adult, parent or guardian. Criminals have been known to place needles,
small nails, razor blades and other toxic substances in or on candy and other treats.
9. Another option is to contact your local hospital to see if they are offering free treat x-rays
and examinations on Halloween night
10. Other popular alternatives to trick or treating are Halloween Parties and Mall Halloween
Functions.
In closing, let’s all have a fun, safe and happy Halloween, especially the kids!
THE CHRONICLE
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Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 647
Mt. Juliet, TN 37121
Office Location:
11509 Lebanon Road
Mt. Juliet, TN 37122
Telephone: 754-6111
Fax: 754-8203
Office Hours:
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. M-F
Classified Deadline:
1 p.m. every Monday
The first annual Warm Heart Sale will be held on October
24 at the Mt. Juliet Senior Citizens Center from 7 a.m. until
noon. All items will be sold for $1 to those less fortunate who
need clothes for themselves and their families this year. Items
needed include: coats, jackets, pants, socks, blankets, hats,
towels/washcloths, robes, mittens/gloves, undershirts/long
johns, school uniforms, any other winter items – especially
for children. Please drop off donated items in the designated
bin outside the Senior Center until October 23. The Mt. Juliet
Senior Center is located at 2034 N. Mt. Juliet Road in Mt. Juliet.
For more information call 615-758-9114 or visit the website at
www.mjseniorcenter.org.
Warm Heart Sale
October 24
Ghost walk with scary stories, fun activities and snacks at the
Haunted Museum on Saturday, October 24, with free admission
from 1 – 4 p.m. at the Tennessee State Museum. Wear your
Halloween costume! At stops along the ghost trail there will be
chilling ghost stories from Tennessee’s past, including those
of the Bell Witch and the Cherokee legend, Spearfinger. Come
see a real 3,600 year old Egyptian mummy, first brought to
Tennessee in 1860. Haunted museum visitors may park for
free in the state employee parking lots located to the north and
west of the State Capitol. The museum is located on the corner
of 5th and Deaderick streets, downtown Nashville.
Ghost walk at the Haunted Museum
October 24
The Mount Juliet Christian Academy Annual Extravaganza, sponsored by the PTO, will be from
10 a.m. - 8 p.m. on Friday, November 6. This event is free and open to the public. Located in
the gymnasium at MJCA, 735 N. Mount Juliet Road, we will have 50+ vendors selling a variety
of specialty items all day. There will be a silent auction with bidding all day, ending at 8 pm plus
a live auction at 7 p.m. We will also have kids’ games & activities from 5 - 8 pm. MJCA - serving
the community through service and education for 30 years.
MJCA Extravaganza
November 6
The University of Tennessee Extension Office will be having a
Childcare Provider Workshop on Saturday, October 24, at the
Extension Office from 9am-11am. The topic will be a “Make and
Take” class. Cost is five (5) non-perishable food items to help
support the local Wilson County Community Help Center! Please
call the University of Tennessee Extension Office (615)444-
9584 and speak with Marietta Sanford for more information or
to sign-up!
Childcare Provider Workshop
October 24
Are you a single mom who could use a helping hand? If you
are you can shop FREE of charge for women’s and children’s
clothing and shoes, baby clothes and accessories, household
goods and furniture – and you can get a free oil change if you
bring your own oil filter. There will be a drawing for grocery
cards, entertainment for your children, and an opportunity to
sign up for Bible studies and practical classes in all areas of
life. The event will be on Saturday, October 24, in the First
Baptist Church gym located at 735 N. Mt. Juliet Road, from 10
a.m. until 3 p.m. For more information call 615-754-2525.
Help for single moms
October 24
Join Salsarita’s Fresh Cantina for a Fall Fiesta on Tuesday, October 27, from 5 – 8 p.m. Fiesta
activities will include Trunk or Treat – trunk decorating for kids with prizes; a costume party
– prize for the best costume; live music, dancing, face painting, a Providence vendor show,
and a chance to meet Limeboy. Salsarita’s is located in the Providence MarketPlace. For more
information call 615-758-0898 or visit www.salsaritas.com.
Fall Fiesta
October 27
An Older Adult Caregivers’ Support Group will be held at the Cheek House at First Presbyterian
Church of Nashville, Wednesday, October 28, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
The group is open to all caregivers, regardless of church affiliation. We welcome those feeling
stressed or isolated because of caregiving responsibilities and those who want to learn more
about community resources available to help caregivers. This is a support group. No geriatric
professionals or company representatives, please. The program will be “Medication Safety for
Older Adults: An Issue of Poison Prevention” with speaker Mark J. Chirico, Pharm. D. Assistant
Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Belmont University School of Pharmacy. For more
information contact Sandra Randleman, 615-298-9502 or Ginny Barber, 615-298-9509.
Older adult caregivers’ support group meets
October 28
The Nashville African Violet Club will meet at the Green Hill Women’s Center 10905 Lebanon
Road in Mt. Juliet at 1:45 p.m. on November 1. For more info call Julie at 364-8459 or julie.
mavity@gmail.com. The Tennessee Gesneriad Society will have a weekend of learning about
plants with Vancouver expert, Dr. Bill Hall, November 7 and 8, workshop on Saturday 10 a.m.
- 4:30 p.m., talk on Sunday 2 p.m. at Cheekwood, Botanic Hall. For more info or to register,
contact Julie Mavity-Hudson, 364-8459 or julie.mavity@gmail.com.
If you like violets, this club’s for you
November 1
email your community events to editor@tcomj . com
It’s fall, and there’s a lot going on!
Page 16, The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, October 21, 2009
Real estate ad deadline
is Monday at 1:00 get
your ad in early!
REAL ESTATE
754-6111
Deadline 1 p.m. Monday
754-6111
Deadline 1 p.m. Monday
All real estate advertising in
this newspaper is subject to the
Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968
which makes it illegal to advertise
“any preference, limitation or dis-
crimination based on race, color,
religion, sex or national origin,
or an intention to make any such
preference, limitation or discrimi-
nation.” This
newspaper
will not
knowingly
accept any
advertis-
ing for real
estate which
is in viola-
tion of the law. Our readers are
hereby informed that all dwellings
advertised in this newspaper are
available on an equal opportunity
basis.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22ND @ 6:00 PM
1209 VALLEYVIEW DRIVE, HERMITAGE, TN 37076
WILSON COUNTY
DIRECTIONS (FROM NASHVILLE): I-40 E, TO HERMITAGE EXIT 221A, TO RIGHT ON CENTRAL
PIKE, CROSS OVER OLD HICKORY BLVD., LEFT ON MELVIN RD., RIGHT ON TANGLEWOOD,
LEFT ON VALLEYVIEW.
NON-QUALIFYING AUCTION BANK TERMS 6 % INTEREST RATE, WOW!
CALL MARTY
TO BOOK
YOUR
NEXT
AUCTION!
CALL DARYL
TO BOOK
YOUR
NEXT
AUCTION!
ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE DAY OF SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER PRINTED MATERIALS
MARTYPENIX
TN AUCTIONEER
(615) 243-6726
DARYL SPICER
TN AUCTIONEER
(615) 479-5490
AUCTION
PENIX &
SPICER
Auctioneers: Marty Penix & Daryl Spicer
REAL ESTATE & AUCTION
553-2479
(615)
FIRM #5398
SALE DATE TERMS: 15% down cash or good check, non-refundable, sign purchase contract, 10% more at closing, 75% loan at
6% interest for 1 year, then prime +1% for 10 years, furnished by Wilson Bank and Trust, call John Foster 443-6522. A$350 bank
processing fee if auction terms are taken, title insurance furnished by Sellers, taxes prorated to D.O.C. NO EARLY PRE-
PAYMENTPENALTIES ON LOAN.
AGENT REFERRAL PAID TO ANY LICENSED AGENT MUST REGISTER AT LEAST
24 HOURS IN ADVANCE & BE PRESENT DAY OF AUCTION.
ABSOLUTE AUCTION
ATTENTION INVESTORS,
FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS:
LARGE MOBILE HOME,
APPROX. 1,400 SQ. FEET,
WITH ADDITIONS,
COVERED FRONT PORCH,
DETACHED 2 CAR GARAGE,
PAVED DRIVEWAY,
LARGE LEVEL LOT
WITH MATURE TREES,
EXCELLENT LOCATION,
CLOSE TO I-40!
NO BUYERS PREMIUM! WHAT YOU BID, IS WHAT YOU PAY!
www.bobparksauction.com
ALL ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE DAY OF SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER PREVIOUS ADVERTISING
615.896.4600
or toll free 1.877.465.4600
DIRECTIONS: From Nashville, I-40 East, exit 226 (Mt. Juliet - North) right on Lebanon, left on
Benders Ferry Road, right on Gilley Road.
TERMS: $5,000 down day of sale, balance due in 30 days. 10% buyers premium will be added to
bid to determine final sale price. TAXES: Prorated POSSESSION: With Deed
Auctioneer: Mimi Genét
Referred by: Donnie Creighton, Zeitlin Realtors
Beautiful buiding tract - great location
convenient to I-40.
3.2 acres in Barney Brook Farm Subdivision -
soil site available.
City water and public utilities available!
Call office for plat and restrictions.
Build Your Dream Home Here!
Saturday, October 24th
10:00 AM
AUCTION
L A N D
Gilley Rd. - Lot 2 Barney Brook Farm
M T . J U L I E T , T N
ESTATE AUCTION
Saturday, October 24, 2009 • 10:00 AM
Personal Property & Farming Tools
LOCATION: 2717 Midway, Smithville, Tennessee
From Smithville go 4 miles turn left on Dunn Rd. across from The Tee Shirt Store 300
yards approx to the auction. 35 Miles from the Lebanon Hwy 70 Sparta Pike go
through Smithville and go Approx 4 miles to Auction, see sign.
Personal Property • Antiques & Tools
CENTURY 21 JONES REALTY & AUCTION
®
526 West Main Street • Lebanon, Tennessee 37087 • Phone 615-444-3752 • Firm Lic. No. 1124
Richard Macon, Jr., Lic. No. 569, Broker & Auctioneer • (615) 969-8151
Eddie Testamand, Lic. No. 1129, Auctioneer
Owners and Century 21 Jones Realty and their agents will not be responsible for any accidents.
ALL INFORMATION BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE, BUT NOT WARRANTED.
ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE SALE DATE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER PRINTED MATERIAL.
830 Model J.D. Tractor, Nice Ponderosa Horse Trailer Approx 14’, Feeders, 2 Creep Feeders, Round Pin 10 and a Walk
through Cattle Panels, Bush Hog, 100 to 150 Iron Post, Approx 30 to 40 Rolls of hay, 4 Wheel trailer, Small trailer, Scrape iron,
gas tank on stand, Spray tank, 4 Turning plows, 3 Bush Hogs, 300 gal Disel Fuel tanks with pumps Antique Wheels, 2 Horse
Drawn Rakes•6 Barrel, 6 to 10 Light Poles, Old Bread Van•sell as scrap, John Deere 110 Hood, 3 Bottom Turning Plow, 2
Bottom Turning Plow, Water Trough, Cow Trough Plows, 1992 Grand Prix SE car, 1991 4x4 Truck, White wrecked Truck, 1996
Wrecked Truck, Barb Wire, Grader Blade, Post Hole Diggers, 2- 3 Pt. Disk, Camper Shell, Boom Pole, Cattle Head Catcher,
Red Gates, Lots of Small Items.
SALE DATE TERMS:
AUCTIONEERS NOTE:
Cash or good check; bank letter on larger items if not known by Auction Service. Proper ID and Driver’s License Number
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Richard Macon, Jr., Lic. No. 569, Broker & Auctioneer • (615) 969-8151
Eddie Testamand, Lic. No. 1129, Auctioneer
Owners and Century 21 Jones Realty and their agents will not be responsible for any accidents.
ALL INFORMATION BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE, BUT NOT WARRANTED.
ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE SALE DATE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER PRINTED MATERIAL.
PROBATE COURT AUCTION
Saturday, October 31, 2009 @ 10:00 AM
LOCATION: 4251 South Commerce Road, Watertown, TN
Directions: 6 miles from Watertown Square on Commerce Road; 11 miles from Lebanon to Exit 245 Linwood Road, go right, left on
Bluebird, 6miles to Commerce Road. See signs.
Selling As A Farm In One Tract @ 11:30 Sharp
39.70 Acres, House, Barn & Shop
NON-QUALIFYINGTERMS:
SALE DATE TERMS:
TITLE:
Pay 20%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.
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.
Sellers will furnish Warranty Deed and 2009 Taxes paid. Give possession day of closing. Buyers may have house inspected prior to sale date and buyer to sign waiver sales date. 2009
Taxes Paid. Selling as is.
Buyer may have house inspected prior to sale date and sign lead base paint and mold waiver day of sale. Selling as is day of sale.
Aluminum Siding House
39.70 Acres of Creek Bottom Soil, mostly all open Farming Land, spring fed branches, backs up to Round Lick
Creek, fish and wild life on this great piece of land.
has approx. 1,482 sq. ft. and gas heat , electric air , open porch, city
water; 413feet of road frontage. Asharp home close to Interstate 40. Cattle Barn 60x40’, Tool Shop approx. 40x50’ with office area for farmuse.
(500 gallon propane tank selling)
Estate of Roger D. Davis • Administrator Tina R. Davis • Atty. James H. Flood, 449-6126
Guardian ad Litem Atty. Nathan Whittle • Case #09P113, Barbara Webb, Clerk & Master, Special Commissioner
2 Bedroom • 2 Baths • Living Room • Kitchen • Playroom
Red 1995 Chevy 4 x 4 Crew
Cab (4 x 3500)
White Flat Bed Truck
Tractor
Manure Spreader
6 ft. Bushhog
Rock Rake
16 ft. Trailer
Gooseneck Stock Trailer
3 pt. Rear Bale Spear
Red Trailer
Field Haroow
3 pt. Spreader
Corn Elevator
3 pt. Cultivator
Wagon
Ford 3 Bottom Plow
John Deere Hay Bin
Bog
Wheel Disc
Subsoiler
Squeeze Chute
Bobwire Unroller
Trailer
Bushhog
Fencing Trailer
New Holland junk Mower
Bumper Stock Trailer
Grindermixer
Gravity Wagon
3 pt. Bale Spear
30 E Backhoe
150 Massey Tractor
Front Bale Spear
New Idea Picker
Feed Mill
No. 9 Massey Baler
500 Gallon Propane Tank
Scrap Iron
Old Truck Bed (48")
Other Small Items
Approx. 40 Rolls of Hay
2007 White Flagstaff Camper
(sleeps 9, like NEW, side
pop-out)
12x16' white, extra large Barn
Building (steel doors,
selling to be moved within
10 days after auction)
2 Tables and Chairs
Recliner
35 Massey Ferguson Tractor
consigned
for Auction.
Jones Realty
Completetly Remodeled
White Alumunim Siding
Home, 3.23 Acres. 3 miles
from I-40 Exit 239.
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath,
New septic, New Carpet,
New Drywall.
90% EVERYTHING NEW!
Richard Macon - 969-8151
COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY
FOR LEASE
Hwy. 109
area and
Mt. Juliet
area!
Call for more
information
ROBINSON
PROPERTIES
754-2019
CLASSIFIEDS
754-6111
Deadline 1 p.m. Monday
754-6111
Deadline 1 p.m. Monday
LAND WANTED: Want to
buy land!! If you have land
you want to sell please con-
tact 754-2019. TC
PIANO TUNING & REPAIR
Johnson’s Piano Services.
Over 20 Years Experience.
754-6017. P 10-21
___________________________
SMALL JOBS - Handyman
Services. Free Estimates.
615-513-5852. P 10-26
___________________________
BARRETT TREE & LAWN
SERVICE. Tree removal,
trimming, hauling, firewood.
Lawn Care, Mulching. Li-
censed & Insured. 758-3893
or 579-8319. P
10-21
___________________________
HIGHMARK TURF SALES
AND INSTALLATION. Lawn
reconstruction, sodding
and seed & straw. Grading
and topsoil delivery. Bob-
cat work. Paver patios and
driveways. Structural and
decorative retaining walls.
Fire pits & Pathways. Li-
censed & Insured. Call Greg
@ 615-506-2127 for a FREE
Estimate. P 12-2
___________________________
WILLETTE STONE WORK.
Stone jobs - Walls - Plant-
ers - Outdoor Fire pit/Grill
- Mailboxes, etc. FREE Esti-
mates. Christian contractor
with 15 years experience.
Call 615-934-6567.
___________________________
TERRY’S AUTO GLASS
Thank You Middle Ten-
nessee for 20 Years.
Insured & Dealer Approved.
Call Today. 758-6339.I
___________________________
JUNK HAULING & LOTS
MORE We Clean Houses,
Basements, Attics, & Yards
& Most gutters. Haul cars 4
Free. Detail Vehicles. Land-
scaping. Stump Grinding.
Pressure washing. Decks &
Driveways sealed. Call us 4
anything. Even Pet Sit-
ting. Robin or Mike. 881-
6501 /485-4510, 881-6500
BUNCH ROCK & BRICK:
Mail Boxes, entrances, flow-
er beds, retainer wall and
repairs. NEW - We also do
stucco. Free estimate. 735-
5034. TC
___________________________
PRESSURE WASHING UN-
LIMITED, 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 & Open-
ers. FREE Estimates on Re-
placements. 758-6285 or
319-1645. I TC
___________________________
STUMP BUSTERS & TREE
SERVICES BY TW. Trees
trimmed, removed & stump
grinding. BOBCAT WORK.
Yard grading, Light Dump
Truck Hauling. Insured.
Free estimates. 568-2716.
P 8-19
___________________________
WELDING SERVICES -
Small Jobs. Free estimates.
913-940-3345. P 10-26
Christian Preschool envi-
ronment. Full & Part Time.
Fenced play area. Preschool
activities during school year.
M-F. Call Elizabeth 754-
0633 or 426-3020. I
**ALL PRO SERVICES **
CLEANING: Specializing in
windows, carpets, gutters,
pressure washing, driveway
sealing. Air Duct Clean-
ing & Blind Cleaning. Free
estimates & references.
Jim 754-5047. Christian
Owned/Operated.
___________________________
AMANDA’S TOUCH HOUSE-
CLEANING SERVICES.
Free In-Home Consultation.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. In-
sured! Call 615-708-8182.
___________________________
TWO GIRLS & A BROOM.
Residential Cleaning. Quali-
ty work. References. Free es-
timates. Insured. 758-3176.
Cell 568-6131, 968-7445.
___________________________
LATHAM’S RESIDENTIAL
CLEANING. Detailed clean-
ing for your home. Weekly,
Bi-weekly or monthly. Great
rates. Insured. 10 years
in business. Nicole @ 308-
4453. FREE ESTIMATE!
www.lathamscleaning.com
_________
FOR LEASE - Commercial
Space - Hwy 109 area and
Mt. Juliet area! Call for more
information ROBINSON
PROPERTIES 754-2019.
___________________________
COMMERCIAL SPACES
FOR LEASE. 500-3,000
SQUARE FEET. 754-2019.
BOBCAT, BUSH HOGGING,
DUMP TRUCK, BACKHOE.
Concrete work. Fill Dirt and
Gravel. Portable Welding.
FREE Estimates. Cell 347-
0433, 754-0090. I
J.C. MOSELEY BLACKTOP
Driveways ~~ Parking Lots
~~ Resurface Old Driveways
~~ Seal Coating. 319-7922.
P 10-28
LICENSED & INSURED
ELECTRICIAN. Residential
& Commercial. Also, Cable/
Phone Installation. Senior
Citizen Discount. REASON-
ABLE RATES. All work
guaranteed. 615- 316-
9323. I M
___________________________
DJW ELECTRIC - 30%
OFF LABOR THRU MARCH
2010. All jobs guaranteed.
Perfectionist work at a LOW
Price. Call for a FREE Esti-
mate and get it done right.
615-753-0274. P
11-1
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BUSINESS SERVICES BUSINESS SERVICES DOZER
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, October 21, 2009, Page 17
COMMERCIAL
HIGH TOP TREE SERVICE
• Removal
• Bobcat Service
• Pressure Washing
• Stump Grinding
• Thinning/Maintenance
• Chipper Service
• Bush Hogging
• Storm Damage
• Cable Reinforcement
FREE ESTIMATES
Licensed & Insured ($1 Million Liability)
LeRoy Watkins, Manager • 28 years Experience
210-7137
COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY
FOR LEASE
1,000 sq.ft.-
4,000 sq.ft.
Call for more
information
ROBINSON
PROPERTIES
754-2019
DRIVEWAYS
CLEANING
BUSINESS SERVICES
ACREAGE
BUILDING FOR LEASE IN LEBANON
3,300 SQ. FT. RETAIL/WAREHOUSE
216 LEEVILLE PIKE ONLY ONE YEAR OLD.
1,200 SQ. FT. OF OFFICES. 2,100 SQ. FT.
WAREHOUSE WITH 1,200 ADDITIONAL SQ.
FT. STORAGE, 24 FT. CEILING HEIGHT. 12 FT.
ROLL UP DOOR. CALL 364-9081.
CHILD CARE
ELECTRICAL
CONCRETE SPECIALIST OF TENNESSEE
Specializing in aggregate stamped & all custom concrete
COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL
Parking Lots • Building Slabs • Masonry • Retaining Walls
Concrete Repair • Driveways • Sidewalks
• Sealing • Storm Shelters • Pole Barns
Prompt Service • Free Estimates Within 24 Hours
30 Years Experience • Insured & Licensed
Call Ricky Jones 615-585-6586
CONCRETE
CONCRETE
KYANN’S KORNER
NOW OPEN
GRAND OPENING COMING SOON!
FREE $20 GIFT CARDS
To 1
st
100 customers - stop by for yours today!
Unique Home Decor & More
12008 Lebanon Road • 615-773-8440
SPACE PROBLEM?
LET US HELP! 35 years EXP.
Let us service your mowers for
the winter. We’ll store inside until
March 1st 2010. For FREE - Call
Johnny for Details 847-4105
BODY & MECHANIC SHOP $995 MO.
1700 SQ. FT. R.R. OFFICE.
Deposit moves you in. First month
Free W. pay Electric & Water.
Better Hurry on this one 847-4105.
COMMERCIAL SPACE
FOR LEASE
North Mt Juliet
Kroger Center
Retail: 1,500-4,200 SF
Medical Office: 2,100 SF
Zac Cypress
(615) 850-2746
CLASSIFIEDS
754-6111
Deadline 1 p.m. Monday
754-6111
Deadline 1 p.m. Monday
RAY ELECTRIC. No Job
Too Small. Family owned
& operated. Licensed & in-
sured. Senior Citizen Dis-
count. 773-2455. 615-681-
8787 I TC
___________________________
ARC ELECTRICAL SER-
VICES. Call for all your
electrical needs. Competi-
tive rates. 754-9790.
___________________________
24 Hour Emergency Service.
Panel Changes ~~ Service
Upgrades ~~ Small & Large
jobs. State License 62242
- Metro DC 829. 885-1124.
10% Senior Discount.

Mt. Juliet - 918 GREEN
VALLEY ROAD. 800 SQ. FT.
Duplex. 2 Bedroom, 1 bath.
All appliances, new car-
pet, paint, water included.
Washer & Dryer hookups.
No pets. Deposit & Lease
required. $675.00 month.
758-5241. I 10-21
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HOMES FOR RENT:
Mt. Juliet - 3BR, 2.5BA,
$1,400/mo.
Mt. Juliet - 4BR, 3BA,
$1,550/mo.
Mt. Juliet - 4BR, 2.5BA,
$1,900 mo.
Hermitage - 3BR, 2BA,
$1,500/mo.
Duplex for Rent - Lebanon -
2BR, 1BA, $550/mo.
Old Hickory - 1 BR Apart-
ment - $500/mo. Call Ken
Smith at Professional Realty
Group 308-1089.
___________________________
HOUSE - 3BR, 1.5 Bath, W/
D furnished. Yard mowed.
Nice neighborhood. $900/
month. 754-7303.
___________________________
Old Hickory/Lakewood -
2BR, Brick, 1 bath. On quiet
deadend street. Lease/De-
posit. $595.00. 615-881-
6445. I 10-7
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Mt. Juliet/Old Hickory area.
3BR, 3 baths. Finished base-
ment. 2 car garage, 2 fire-
places, deck with lake view.
Great location. $1,240. 1-
248-557-7445.
Charming 1 level brick, near
park, lake and shopping.
Clean, 1,500+ sq. ft. 2BR,
2.5BA; attached garage.
Central H/A; fireplace, gas
logs; tile & carpet. All appli-
ances; wash. & dryer hook-
up. No pets or smoking.
$1,095/mo. Phone (615)
847-8668.
___________________________
Mt. Juliet - 3BR, 2.5 Bath.
Living Room, kitchen, ap-
pliances. Bonus room. 2
car garage. $1,195.00. 582-
5100. P 10-21
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3BR, 2BA, Living Room, fire-
place, dining room, kitchen.
Small Rec. Room also. All
appliances. 2 car garage.
$1,200 deposit. 615-872-
0010. P 10-21
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3BR, 2 Bath, 1500 Sq. Ft.
Ranch style. Rent or Lease
Purchase. Cedar Creek
area, Mt. Juliet, TN. $1,150
month. (615) 754-0054 or
804-5074. I 10-28
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Small 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath
Brick home. Carport. Fenced
Yard. Utility shed. $800 per
month. 758-9684 or 337-
4316. P 10-21
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Mt. Juliet, 713 EUGENIA
COURT. 4BR, 2 bath. 2,300
sq. ft. Rec. Room, 2 car ga-
rage. $1,050 month. Fenced
yard. Near Lake. 483-8228
or 832-6250, Ext. 209.
1) High Quality Full Mat-
tress 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. War-
ranty inc. Retails for $360.
Will sell for $187. 615-575-
5992. 3) Bedroom set-Cher-
ry or pine finish. Queen/Full
Bedroom Set $397.00 Mike,
615-394-0861. New in box-
es. Lists $999.00. Will sell
for $567.00. Lay-a-way
available. Can deliver. 615-
394-0861. 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. 615-394-
0861. I TC
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Riding Mower, 18.5 HP. 42”
cut. 200 hours. $750.00.
615-268-4515. P 21
Firewood for Sale. Pick up
or delivered. Call Mickey.
615-579-8319 or 615-758-
3893. P 01-6
Over-the-Rainbow Gladev-
ille Fall Consignment Sale.
Oct. 27 - Oct. 30. Call 443-
0979 or visit our web site at
www.overtherainbowcs.com
for information. 10-25
___________________________
GS - LANGFORD FARMS
OFF Saundersville Road.
5333 EAST BEND. Satur-
day, October 24, 8am-2pm.
Household, Jet ski, Piano.
___________________________
Mt. Juliet. Rain or shine.
Friday & Saturday, Oct. 23
& 24. 8am-4pm. 1663 W.
WILSON BLVD. Mt. Vernon
Estates. (Off S. Greenhill
Rd.) Lots of good stuff.
___________________________
Garage Sale - Oct. 23 & 24,
8am-4pm. 600 BAY VIEW
DRIVE, off Saundersville.
Tools, antiques, furniture,
clothes & lots of misc.
___________________________
ESTATE SALE - Furniture,
living room & dining room
set, home accessories. Sat-
urday ONLY, Oct 24, 9am-
2pm. 1185 NOEL DR.
___________________________
YARD SALE - 1610 ALS-
DALE ROAD, (3mi. from
Providence, off Belinda
Pkwy.). Oct 24, Saturday
ONLY, 8am-4pm. Books,
CDs, Christmas decora-
tions, riding mower & misc.
SATURDAY ONLY! No early
birds. Rain cancels.
___________________________
4 Family MOVING SALE.
Friday & Saturday, Oct 23 &
24, 8am-4pm. 439 PAR-
RISH HILL, off Curd Rd. Ev-
erything must go!!
___________________________
HUGE YARD/REMODEL-
ING SALE Saturday Oc-
tober 24. 1134 Woodridge
Place. Behind MJ Middle.
8:00 until ????
Maytag Washer and Dryer,
Stove, Tools, Lumber, Doors,
Pedestal Sink, Toilet, An-
tiques, Mirrors, Pictures, Di-
rector Chairs, Lamps, Rugs,
and lots more home decor!
Lots of Christmas Decor and
Halloween Costumes!
Adults and Childrens
Clothes and Toys!
DO NOT MISS THIS SALE!
___________________________
EVERYTHING MUST GO!!
1423 TRAILRIDGE CR.
SATURDAY 8-1. BEHIND
MJ MIDDLE.
Tools, Brand Name Clothes,
Furniture, Dishes, Glass-
ware, Housewares Misc.
Items.
___________________________
MULTI-FAMILY YARD
SALES. 2002 SOMMERSET
PLACE, behind Post Office/
Curd Road & 1011 SOM-
MERSET TRACE. House
plants, antique table &
chairs, collector Barbies plus
cheap or low cost boy’s cloth-
ing - 12 mos - 24mos. 10-12
years, women’smaternity -
small 7-12 and large size.
Little Tykes truck, chainsaw,
vintage camper, high chair,
play yard, bed frames, night
stands, oven, stoves, mocro-
waves, antique vanity. Sat-
urday, Oct. 24, 7am-4pm.
___________________________
Multi-family Sale - Satur-
day, Oct. 24, 7am-2pm.
7058 BECKWITH ROAD.
Take S. Mt. Juliet Road to
Central Pike, turn Left, go 3
miles, turn left onto Beck-
with Road. Furniture, tools,
home decor, clothes, infants,
childrens, adults, men and
women. plus sizes, jewelry,
Indian accessories, Glass
Stream Boat. Lots of stuff!
___________________________
BIG Garage Sale, 302 RIV-
ER DRIVE, off Saundersville
Ferry Rd. Friday & Saturday,
Oct. 23 & 24, 8am-3pm.
___________________________
YARD SALE - Multi-Family.
Saturday, Oct 24. 7am-2pm.
1714 VALLEY VIEW DRIVE,
off Weston Drive. Furniture,
clothes, misc. items. Truck -
1995 Ford - $2,500.
___________________________
YS - 301 Toby Trail, Satur-
day ONLY, Oct. 24. 8am-
? Poplar Ridge Subd. S.
MJ Road, Stewarts Ferry to
Clark Dr. 1/2 mile on left.
Rain Cancels.
___________________________
Garage Sale - 303 HILLVIEW
DRIVE, Friday, Oct 23, 8am
till ? and Saturday, Oct. 24,
8am - 2pm. Clothes, furni-
ture, household items, baby
furniture and lots of misc.
**No early sales**
___________________________
INSIDE MOVING SALE -
Everything must go. Rain or
shine. 115 RIDGECREST.
Friday & Saturday, Oct. 23
& 24. 7am-4pm. Prices are
negotiable.
Drivers: CDL-A. Not Mak-
ing $1,000+-Per Week, Let’s
Talk! 866-823-0361.
P 10-21
___________________________
Full Time Front Office/As-
sistant Position for Christian
Television Station. Position
requires excellent commu-
nication skills, profession-
al demeanor, enjoy work-
ing with public, answering
phones, handling admin-
istrative and clerical proj-
ects. Successful candidate
will be a team player, able
to get along with a variety
of personalities, and have
excellent phone, office and
computer skills. Willingness
and ability to pray for view-
ers/callers is also required.
Please submit your resume
with salary expectations in
strict confidence to address
or FAX below. No phone
calls please. WHTN is an
equal opportunity employer.
WHTN, 9582 Lebanon Road,
Mt. Juliet, TN 37122. ATTN:
Front Office Opening. FAX
Resume to 615-754-0047.
I 11-4
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NOW HIRING: Companies
desperately need employ-
ees to assemble products at
home. No selling, any hours.
$500 weekly potential. Info.
1-985-646-1700 DEPT. TN-
4183. P 10-28
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Page 18, The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, October 21, 2009
FIREWOOD
FOR SALE
GARAGE SALES
FOR SALE FOR RENT ELECTRICAL GARAGE SALES GARAGE SALES
Stoner Creek Apartments
1 Bedroom starts at $327
2 Bedroom starts at $402
Partial utilities paid
127 Belinda Pkwy.
(615) 758-5494
HELP WANTED
WE PAY CA$H
Mowers, Tillers, Weedeaters,
Etc. We’ll buyone or 100
Don’t haul it to the dump,
Bring it to us. 847-4105.
FOR RENT
CLASSIFIEDS
754-6111
Deadline 1 p.m. Monday
754-6111
Deadline 1 p.m. Monday
TOMMY’S BUILDERS RE-
MODELING. Room Addi-
tions, Electrical, Plumbing,
Painting, Gutters, Siding,
Decks, Roofing, Drywall &
Repairs. 30 years experi-
ence. Bonded & Insured.
405-8179.
___________________________
HARD WOOD FLOORS -
Installation, sand and fin-
ish, refinish old floors. Terry
Pearson 754-8385 TC
_________________________
CONCEPT BUILDERS
- Sunrooms, additions, re-
modeling, screened patios &
garages. ROOFING. FREE
Estimates Licensed & in-
sured. 754-6390 or 973-
6690 I TC

LANGLEY HOME IM-
PROVEMENTS. All types
of remodeling. Room Ad-
ditions, decks, sunrooms,
bath rooms. FREE Esti-
mates. Licensed - Bonded-
Insured 390-7010 or 758-
0094 I TC
___________________________
ESTES ROOFING. 22 Years
Experience. Great rates.
FREE Estimates. Work-
manship Warranty. Wilson
County’s most trusted roof-
ing company. 443-3210.
___________________________
MICHAEL’S HOME IM-
PROVEMENTS. 754-4580.
Pressure washing, decks
built and sealed. Driveways
sealed, Roofing repairs.
Painting & Drywall. Rotten
wood repairs. Carpentry
work & more. Good prices.
20 years experience.
___________________________
ABSOLUTE REFINISHING
- Bathtub, tile & counter-
top refinishing. Porcelain &
Fiberglass repair. Slip re-
sistant surfaces available.
Custom colors. Limited war-
ranty. Ask for details. Jason
Waldron, 615-668-8439.
Serving the greater Nashiv-
lle areas. P 10-21
ROBERSON Remodeling.
OFFERING HOME REPAIR
services of all types. In-
cluding carpentry (trim &
finish), Painting, Plumb-
ing, Electric, Replacement
Doors, Windows, Gutters,
Siding, Carports. Garage
conversions. Richard
582-1079. P 10-28
OWENS MOWIN’ Depend-
able. Reasonable rates.
“For a Beautiful Manicured
Lawn”. 754-2770. Call
between 9am-10pm. 7
days. P
___________________________
AERATE! Aerate! Aerate!
And Much More. Overseed,
Dethatch, Fertilize, Lime,
etc. Free Estimates. 453-
5800. I TC
___________________________
MAAS TREE SERVICE.
Tree removal, trimming,
topping, brush chipping,
stump grinding. Commercial
& Residential. Insured. Free
estimates. 615-945-2755.
___________________________
GREG SANDERS DIAMOND
CUT LAWN SERVICE. Mow-
ing, trimming, edging. De-
pendable. Free Estimates.
Call 481-9499.
___________________________
LAWN MAINTENANCE. Free
estimates, mowing, mulch-
ing, trimming, leaf removal.
Call Joann. Cell 405-2368.
___________________________
EARHART LAWN CARE.
Mowing - Aerating - Land-
scaping - Seeding - Fertil-
izing. Jason-481-9909.
___________________________
BOBCAT, BUSH HOGGING,
DUMP TRUCK, BACKHOE.
Concrete work. Fill Dirt and
Gravel. Portable Welding.
Free Estimates. Cell 347-
0433. 754-0090. I TC
Mobile Home for Sale. Must
be moved. $18,500.00. Call
for appointment. 977-1924,
31 Riverview Road, Mt. Ju-
liet. P 10-21
Vester Bradshaw’s Paint-
ing. Interior and
exterior painting. Drywall &
Texture Repair. Cabinet re-
finishing. Power washing,
Driveway & Decks sealed.
Minor carpentry work. 615-
642-6191.
___________________________
ANTONELLI PAINTING and
Repairs. 35 years expe-
rience. Interior/Exterior
painting. Drywall repairs.
Pressure Washing, Deck
Refinishing, Replacement
Windows. 449-6512 or 512-
3964. I TC
___________________________
SAVAGE PAINTING - Inte-
rior - Exterior. OWNER ON
EVERY JOB. Very reason-
able. Free estimates. Refer-
ences. Cell 337-2960, 883-
5810.
___________________________
******B&H PAINTING*****
Interior & Exterior. Free Es-
timates. Reasonable Rates.
Give us a call. 615-424-
0133. I 7-15
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RUSTY BRADSHAW PAINT-
ING. Residential & Com-
mercial. Inside & Outside.
Drywall & Carpentry Repair.
Pressure wash & Seal decks
& Driveways. Call 615-456-
1664. P 11-18
___________________________
THE LORD’S COLORS
PAINTING AND CON-
STRUCTION. 26 Years
Experience. For FREE Esti-
mate Call 582-9254.

CASH FOR GUITARS
amps, keyboards, drums,
etc. call Ray 615-512-1989.
Matthew 5:13-14 Ye are the
salt of the earth: but if the salt
have lost his savour, wherewith
shall it be salted? it is thence-
forth good for nothing, but to
be cast out, and to be trodden
under foot of men. Ye are the
light of the world. A city that is
set on a hill cannot be hid.
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, October 21, 2009, Page 19
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If this describes you, we must hear from you no later than close of business on October 23, 2009. All
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