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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 April 1, 2009 Number 12
Census gives
longtime MJ
restaurant
modern look
Page 2
You Heard it First
Page 5
Astronauts in
training
Jobless
numbers up;
local job fair
offered
Local college
makes
outstanding
national grade
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Liam Bell of Lakeview Elementary tries to screw a bolt under water in a large tank while Cierra Farrew from Mt. Juliet
Elementary looks on during a Space Camp activity at Lakeview on Tuesday. SEEK students from West Wilson and Mt.
Juliet Elementary provided activities for Ms. Charlotte Maynard’s Kindergarten class to teach the children what it takes
to become an astronaut, under the guidance of teacher Gerri Ann Ford, one of two Wilson County teachers who attended
an educational experience at NASA in Cape Canaveral, FL, last May. Photo by Tomi L. Wiley
Economy
hurting MJ
seniors: how
you can help
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By Tomi L. Wiley
Managing Editor
THE CHRONICLE
of Mt. Juliet
Largest Circulation in Wilson County
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Published each Wednesday in West Wilson County by Mt. Juliet Communications, Inc.
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After 25 years of
being a Mt. Juliet staple
and despite a floundering
economy, one local
restaurant chain has had
enough business to warrant
a major renovation, and it’s
been a long time coming.
The six-week
renovation of the Burger
King on Lebanon Road was
spurred by its corporate
headquarters, said manager
Donnie Daniels, after the
2008 Mt. Juliet special
census revealed that the city
is the largest in the county,
as well as excellent sales.
“Our sales were up
15 percent over last year,”
Daniels said. “And after an
independent survey said
we have the fastest drive
through in Mt. Juliet, we
decided it was time for an
upgrade.”
That upgrade
reached from front to back
at Burger King, and top to
bottom. The dining room
was completely renovated
into a bistro-style setting,
with high tabletops, new
ambience lighting and
updated furnishings. New
kitchen equipment was
installed, as well as new
headsets for the employees,
a new roof, new heating and
air units and new fountain
drink stations offering new
drinks.
Even the Burger King
menu has been updated,
with a new Steakhouse
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Daniels said the
success of the Lebanon Road
Burger King has been a boon
in the economy, and that
the restaurant offers its full
menu all day, with breakfast
items ceasing at 10:30 a.m.
Burger King is open until
midnight Sunday through
Thursday and until 2 a.m.
Friday and Saturday.
MJ restaurant benefits from ‘08 census
The Burger King on Lebanon Road in Mt. Juliet recently underwent
a major renovation, changing its longtime signature style into a
more updated, bistro-type decor. Photo by Dana Bell
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, April 1, 2009, Page 3
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The way the econo-
my is lately, it’s no surprise
that many people are pinch-
ing pennies and doing what
they can to make ends meet
and feed their families. And
in Mt. Juliet the story is the
same, especially when it
comes to the senior popula-
tion, of which many people
depend on the charity of
others – but lately the local
Meals on Wheels is strug-
gling and in need of volun-
teers.
Bus service for the
Meals on Wheels service
out of the Mt. Juliet Senior
Citizens Center eats up 18
percent of the year’s bud-
get, according to long time
volunteer and board of di-
rectors member Bart Scott.
The bus once ran five days
a week, but recently the
board voted to discontinue
the service on so many days
due to the cost. He added
that there are many seniors
who depend on the Meals on
Wheels program for a meal,
which may be the only one
they have all day.
Scott said the pro-
gram now runs four days a
week, at four routes daily,
except on Tuesdays.
Mi d- Cumber l and
Human Resource Agen-
cy sponsors the Meals on
Wheels program at the MJ
Senior Citizens Center, and
LeaAnn Thrush is the Mt.
Juliet site director.
“There are around 20
homebound people we serve
every day, some in the more
rural areas of Mt. Juliet,” she
said. “There are around 10
who get frozen meals once a
month, because we can’t get
out to them otherwise.”
Britt Linville is also
on the board of directors for
the Senior Center as well as
for the Mt. Juliet Help Cen-
ter. He makes his rounds
five days a week and picks
up food and fresh flowers for
the Center from Publix and
Kroger in Mt. Juliet
“I started volunteer-
ing because I’m retired, and
I saw a need for it,” Linville
said. “I got tired of see-
ing people hurting, and of
course Bart (Scott) got me
into it.”
Linville added that
if the Meals on Wheels pro-
gram had more volunteers,
and of course more mone-
tary donations, the program
Downfall in economy hitting MJ seniors hard: Meals on Wheels in need
By Tomi L. Wiley
Managing Editor
Britt Linville, LeAnn Thrush and Bart Scott pack up meals for the seniors of Mt. Juliet in the Meals on
Wheels program. Photo by Tomi L. Wiley
See MEALS, Page 8
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Are all tax return preparers
created equal? You may think
they are, but in reality they are
not. Paid preparers fall into one
of the following categories:
- Certified Public
Accountant (CPA)
- Attorney
- Enrolled Agent
- Other (non-licensed,
non-enrolled preparers)
In the state of
Tennessee, to become a CPA a
person has to pass the Uniform
CPA Exam, pass an ethics
exam and meet experience
requirements to practice
publicly. Attorneys have to
pass the Bar exam. Enrolled
Agents are not regulated by
the state, but in most cases
they have to pass a tax exam
given by the IRS. The “Other”
category mentioned above is
basically made up of all paid
preparers who are not regulated
by a regulatory body. As of
2008 only two states actually
regulated paid preparers
(Oregon and California).
So what’s the big deal
with regulation? The goal of
regulation is to protect the
public. The significant amount
of work required to become an
attorney, CPA or enrolled agent
and the continued training
required create the foundation of
knowledge needed to protect the
public’s interest. In September
2008, the Treasury Inspector
General for Tax Administration
(TIGTA) issued a report to the
IRS concerning the accuracy
rates of returns prepared by
unenrolled and unlicensed tax
preparers (for those of you who
would like to read the actual
report see report 2008-40-171
at www.ustreas.gov/tigta/
auditreports/2008reports).
Early in 2008, TIGTA auditors
posed as taxpayers and paid
to have 28 returns prepared at
12 commercial chains and 16
small, independently owned tax
return preparation offices. The
preparers were unlicensed and
unenrolled (so they were not
CPAs, attorneys, or enrolled
agents). TIGTA found that
significant errors were made
and 61% of the returns were
prepared incorrectly. Of the
returns prepared incorrectly,
65% contained mistakes
and omissions that auditors
considered to have been
caused by human error and/
or misinterpretation of the
tax laws. The remaining 35%
contained misstatements and
omissions that the auditors
considered to have been willful
or reckless. Although this
audit was on a small sample
of returns (28 returns), more
than one-half of all taxpayers
use paid preparers to prepare
their returns each year. If you
apply this sample to the entire
population, then millions of
tax returns may be prepared
incorrectly each year.
So what’s that
mean for me – “Mr. or Mrs.
Taxpayer”? Taxpayers are
legally responsible for what’s on
their own tax returns even if the
return is prepared by someone
else. Unqualified tax preparers
may overlook legitimate
deductions or credits and/or
make costly mistakes causing
the taxpayer to incur assessed
deficiencies, penalties, and
interest. Most return preparers
are professional, honest and
provide excellent service to
their clients. However, some
dishonest preparers (not
necessarily all unlicensed or
unenrolled) do exist and can
cause considerable financial
and legal problems for their
clients. Examples of improper
actions by dishonest preparers
include filing false paper or
electronic returns that claim
inflated personal or business
expenses, false deductions,
unallowable credits or excessive
exemptions. who guarantees
results or who · some unknown
worker.
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April Special
From staff reports
Wilson County’s
unemployment rate jumped
0.7 percent in February and
now stands at 8.5 percent.
The unemployment
rates for all 95 counties
were released Thursday by
the Tennessee Department
of Labor and Workforce
Development.
The figures show
Wilson had a jobless rate
of 7.8 percent in January.
Compared to a year ago
in February 2008, the
jobless rate then was 5.2
percent which represents an
increase of 3.3 percent in a
year’s time.
Wilson County’s
labor force in February ’09
was 56,880 with 52,020
employed. That left 4,860
people unemployed, the
department noted.
An article in the
March 20 edition of The
Wilson Post noted the
state’s unemployment rate
had climbed to 9.1 percent
in February, a 0.5 percent
increase from the January
figure. The U.S. jobless
rate for February was 8.1
percent.
State figures show
that unemployment rose in
February in 63 counties,
decreased in 29 and
remained the same in three.
Williamson County
had the state’s lowest
county unemployment rate
at 6.2 percent, down from
6.8 percent in January.
Perry County had the state’s
highest unemployment rate
at 24.1 percent, down from
27.3 percent in January,
followed by Scott County at
18.1 percent, up from 17.7
percent in January.
Knox County had
the state’s lowest major
metropolitan rate of 7.2
percent, up 0.6 percentage
point from the January
rate. Davidson County was
7.5 percent, up 0.6 percent
from the previous month.
Hamilton County was at 7.9
percent, up 0.6 percentage
point from the January rate;
and Shelby County was
8.6 percent, up from the
January rate of 8.5 percent.
Nearby, Rutherford
County was 9.3 percent,
up 0.9 from January;
and Sumner County was
9.1 percent, up 0.2 from
January. Trousdale County
was 11.6 percent, up 0.1
from January.
Wilson County jobless rate jumps
In conjunction with
the Tennessee Career Center,
Cumberland University will
host the Wilson County Job
Fair on Wednesday, April 8
from 10 a.m. until noon in
Baird Chapel.
Open to the general
public as well as Cumberland
University students, the
Wilson County Job Fair will
play host to a number of
well-known companies and
organizations, including
Edward Jones, Wells Fargo,
Verizon Wireless and the
Nashville Technology
Council.
“This event is for
the entire Wilson County
community, and we’re
hopeful it will prove to be a
valuable resource for those
who find themselves in
need of employment during
these difficult economic
times,” Brad Iftner, senior
director of Cumberland’s
ACE (Academic & Career
Enrichment) Center, said.
“We’d encourage anyone
who plans to attend to
wear business attire and to
bring several copies of his
or her resume to provide to
potential employers.”
For more information
on the upcoming Wilson
County Job Fair, contact Mr.
Brad Iftner at 615.547.1285
or via e-mail at biftner@
cumberland.edu.
CU to host Wilson County Job Fair on April 8
Wilson Bank &
Trust has added some new
elements to a successful
formula in planning its 19th
annual Senior Citizens Day,
scheduled for Wednesday,
April 1, from 8 a.m. to noon.
This year, the free event for
adults 50 and better will
feature a variety of new
vendors, entertainment
and door prizes, and will
be hosted for the first time
at the WB&T Main Office
at 623 West Main Street in
Lebanon.
As always, free
health screenings will be
performed by University
Medical Center, and trained
professionals will be available
to go over the test results
with guests accompanied
by favorite tunes from DJ
Mac Griffin,. Fasting is
encouraged beforehand to
help ensure the accuracy of
the testing.
Themed ‘Fun, Fit and
Fifty Plus,’ Senior Citizens
Day will offer displays from
more than 50 vendors,
most of them new for 2009.
Assistance and information
will be available from all
areas of senior living,
including gift ideas, beauty
tips, jewelry, hobbies, senior
centers, financial planning,
hearing, social security,
insurance, public safety
and more. Door prizes, a
grand prize from WB&T
and other giveaway items
will be awarded, and Ms.
Lounita Sampson will offer
her famous food items with
a portion of the proceeds
benefiting a local charity.
For more information
about Senior Citizens Day
presented by Wilson Bank
& Trust, please call Ginger
Byrd at (615) 443-6614, or
visit the bank’s Web site at
www.wilsonbank.com and
click on “Our Clubs” and
“Solid Gold.”
WB&T’s 19th Senior Citizens Day today
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Obituaries
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AYERS, Geneva Sue
Geneva Ayers passed away on March 29, 2009 at age 71. The family received friends at Sellars Funeral Home in Lebanon on Tuesday, March
31, from 4-8 p.m. and on Wednesday from 1 p.m. until service. The chapel service, conducted by Brother Doy Holman, is 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 1.
Interment in Mt. Juliet Memorial Gardens. Family and friends will serve as Pallbearers. Survivors include one daughter, Jennifer (Scott) Johnson of
Lebanon; siblings: Kathy Knight, Thelma Ford, Louise Allen, Irene Gore, Harold Kinnaird, and Inell Edwards; and grandson: Steven Johnson. She is
preceded in death by husband James H. Ayers, parents Gilbert and Claudie Flatt Kinnaird, sisters Elfrida Farley and Mary Young, and brothers Glen
Kinnaird, James Kinnaird, and Finnis Kinnaird. Sellars Funeral Home, Lebanon TN, 615-
444-9393. Obits 615-758-8818.
BAKER, Robert “Bobby”
Robert “Bobby” Baker passed away on Saturday, March 28, 2009. He was
preceded in death by his mother, Virginia Baker of Woodbury, TN. Robert is survived by
wife, Janet Cleek Baker; father, William “Bill” and wife, Betty Baker; brothers, William
“Danny” (Regina) Baker and David (Rhonda) Baker; niece, Beth (Clay) Hullett; brother-
in-law, Paul Suiter; nephew, Alan (Dana) Suiter; four great nieces; and numerous family
members, friends, and step-family members. Funeral services were conducted by Rev.
Greg Bell and Rev. Mike Shelby on Monday, March 30, at 10 a.m. at Sellars Funeral Home
at Mt. Juliet. Interment followed the service at Mt. Juliet Memorial Gardens with David
Cartwright, Barry Chapman, Wesley Foster, Stevie Foster, Clay Hullett, Paul Johnson,
James Lewellen, Buddy Savage, Alan Suiter, and Geno Weatherbee serving as pallbearers.
Serving as Honorary pallbearers will be the employees of Metro School Transportation.
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
BISHOP, Harold David,
Harold David Bishop, age 56 of Lebanon passed away March 26, 2009. Mr. Bishop
was preceded in death by parents, Ike and June Strickland Bishop; sister, Charlene Bishop;
and brother, Lester Bishop. He is survived by sons, Doug Bishop, David Wayne Bishop, Paul
Fowler, Joey (Tiffany) Fowler, David Matthew (Trish) Bishop and John Bishop; brothers,
Paul Bishop, James Bishop and Wayne (Lisa) Bishop; sisters, Gracey (Steve) Temple and
Donna (Donnie) Gleaves. He is also survived by 15 grandchildren. A memorial service was
held Sunday, March 29, at 2 p.m. at Sellars Funeral Home at Mt. Juliet with Bro. Bernice
Walpole officiating. 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
NELSON, Joyce Alberson
Mrs. Joyce Alberson Nelson, age 69 of Lebanon, passed away March 29, 2009, at
Summit Medical Center. She was born August 29, 1939, in Memphis, TN, the daughter of
the late Roger C. Alberson Sr. and Cathryn Curtiss Alberson. She was a member of First
Baptist Church in Mt. Juliet. She was a hairdresser for many years and a former co-owner
of Wilson County Memorial Park with her husband, Kenneth Nelson. She was preceded
in death by a brother, Roger C. Alberson, Jr. She is survived by her husband of 51 years,
Kenneth W. Nelson, Sr.; four children: Kathy (Derrick) Cole of Lebanon, Karan Nelson
of Grand Prarie, TX, Karla (Bruce) Salsbury of Lebanon, Ken (Samantha) Nelson Jr. of
Lebanon; nine grandchildren: Jacob Schutt, Jerad Schutt, Adrianne Nelson, Tres Nelson,
Jordan Salsbury, Kristin Salsbury, Kathryn Salsbury, Zachary Farmer and Britney Farmer;
two great-grandchildren: Gracie Schutt, Taryn Smith; brother, Mike (Lynn) Alberson of
Memphis; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, March
31, at 2 p.m. from the Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home in Lebanon with Rev. Billie Friel
officiating. Interment was in the Wilson County Memorial Park. Grandsons and nephews
served as Active Pallbearers, and the Wilson County Women’s Investment Club. Flowers
accepted or memorial contributions may be made to Gideons International. Ligon & Bobo
Funeral home, in charge of arrangements. www.ligonbobo.com.
RAGLAND, Mary Ellen
Mary Ellen Ragland, age 81 of Mt. Juliet, passed
away March 27, 2009. Preceded in death by parents,
Elder & Dora Spann Emberton; daughter, Mary Elaine
Rittenberry; brothers, Elder Emberton, Jr. and Joe Thomas
Emberton; and sister, Dorothea Sullivan. Survived by son,
Roger Wheeler; daughters, Jeane Roe and Pat Webster; 8
grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and 2 great great-
grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday, March
31, at 1 p.m. at Sellars Funeral Home at Mt. Juliet with
Bro. Judson Hays officiating. Interment followed the service
at Hermitage Memorial Gardens with Jimmy Pregel, T. J.
Carlton, Justin Beachboard, Joshua Webster, Mike Webster,
and Loyde Brickell 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
615-758-8818, www.sellarsfuneralservices.com
But in this world nothing can be
said to be certain, except death and
taxes. ~ Benjamin Franklin (1706 - 1790),
Letter to Jean Baptiste Le Roy (1789)
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Obituaries
RICE, Kelly Clydene
Kelly Clydene Rice, age 80, of Hermitage, TN, died Saturday, March 28, 2009. Mrs. Rice was a member of the Church of Christ, the Green Hills
Woman’s Club and the Tuesday’s with Books Club. She was the daughter of the late, George and Ruby Green Garrison. She is survived by: husband
Gordon Rice; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were conducted 2 p.m. Monday, March 30, at Bond Memorial Chapel. William “Buzzy” Rice,
nephew, delivered the eulogy. Interment followed at Mt. Juliet Memorial Gardens. Active pallbearers will be James Rice, Don Rice, Joshua Rice, Justin
Rice, Jordan Rice and Chris Ek. Flowers accepted or memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, c/o Betty Adams, 14270 Lebanon Road,
Old Hickory, TN 37138. Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615)773-2663. Obit Line (615)641-2663, www.
bondmemorial.com
SHARPE, Clinton
Clinton Sharpe, age 36 of Old Hickory, TN, passed away March 27, 2009. Mr.
Sharpe is survived by wife, Lisa Heaton Sharpe; parents, Bill and Liz Dodson Sharpe;
sons, Cade Sharpe, Robert Eakes, and Josh Eakes; sister, Amy (Ray) Sharpe Martin; aunt,
Mary Dodson Cleghorn, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Services for Mr. Sharpe
was held Tuesday, March 31, at 11 a.m. at Sellars Funeral Home at Mt. Juliet with Bro.
Danny Sellars officiating. 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.
WILLIAMS, Gearldene,
Gearldene Williams, age 68 of Mt. Juliet, passed away March 30, 2009. Mrs. Williams
was preceded in death by parents, George & Verna Arp; and sister, Carol Schnelle. She is
survived by husband, Walter Williams; daughters, Sandra Nelson, Debbie (Don) Jackson;
sons, Eddie Williams, Billy Williams, David (Sandra) Williams and George Arp, III; sister,
Betty Deleon; brother, George Arp, Jr.; 16 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; niece,
Bobbie McDonald; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services for Mrs. Williams will
be held Friday, April 3rd at 12 noon at Sellars Funeral Home at Mt. Juliet with Bro. Danny
Sellars officiating. Interment will follow the service at Mt. Juliet Memorial Gardens with
family and friends serving as pallbearers. Visitation with the family will be Thursday, April
2nd from 4-8 pm and Friday, April 3rd from 10 am until the time of service. 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
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the Mt. Juliet area who, he
said, are being hit hard by
the recent economic down-
fall and are on strict month-
ly budgets that don’t stretch
as far as they once did.
Scott said he has vol-
unteered at the Senior Cen-
ter for nine years, and now
is the time for the Mt. Juliet
community to reach out and
offer a helping hand if pos-
sible.
“This is an opportunity
for churches and business-
es, families and boy and girl
scout troops to pitch in and
help,” remarked Scott.
The average meal deliv-
ered by Meals on Wheels
costs $3.40, Thrush said, or
around $68 per month. She
added that the Mid-Cum-
berland corporate office has
been hit by the recent eco-
nomic downfall and receives
less donations from busi-
nesses and churches than
in times past.
“This is a chance for peo-
ple to come together to help
others,” Thrush said. “And if
there’s ever been a time to
do that, if you can, if your
church or business or or-
ganization can, this is the
time.”
For more information on
how you can help the Meals
on Wheels program at the
Mt. Juliet Senior Center call
615-758-9114.
MEALS, from Page 3
Special Olympics
Track & Field Event
has been changed to
Wednesday, April 8,
on the Wilson Central
High School Football
Field. Registration
begins at 8:30 a.m.
and events include the
50 meter dash, 100
meter dash, 10 meter
walk, 25 meter walk,
25 meter wheel chair
race, 50 meter electric
wheel chair race, long
jump and softball
throw. T-shirts will
be available for $10,
string backpacks for
$8 and bracelets for
$1.
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, April 1, 2009, Page 9
Local Lifestyles
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The Sutton Store Players will present their rendition of skits from the movie “On Golden Pond” on
April 3 at the historic Sutton General Store in Granville, TN. Due to a tremendous response the group
will perform this dinner show again with a family style menu in the unique dining room with great
dinner music. This performance will be part of the 1st Anniversary celebration of Sutton General Store
and Sutton Ole Time Music Hour on April 3 and 4. Pictured left to right are Randall Clemons playing
Norman Thayer, Jr. and Debbie Meadows playing Ethel Thayer. There will be two seatings for the dinner
show at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m., and reservations for this event may be made by calling 931-653-4151. The
historic 1880 general store opened last April for business after being closed for over 30 years due to the
restoration by Harold and Beverly Sutton of Mt. Juliet. The store is open Wednesday through Saturday,
10 a.m. until 3 p.m. each week, with Sutton Ole Time Music Hour each Saturday night at 6 p.m. with live
radio taping and family style dinner served as well. The store is operated by the non-profit organization
Granville Museum.
The Sixth Annual Read-Around Tennessee
sponsored by the Tennessee Writers’ Alliance
will be held in Nashville Saturday, April 18, at
the Green Hills Public Library from 10 a.m. to
12 p.m. All writers, published or unpublished,
are invited to share five minutes of their fiction,
nonfiction or poetry. Selected passages should be
appropriate for all ages. The library is located at
3701 Benham Avenue. Contact Barbara Hearn
at blhkimp@comcast.net or at 522-7157 for more
information.
Annual Read-Around date set
Page 10, The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, April 1, 2009
Mt. Juliet Lifestyles
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Each year the
YMCA hosts a Youth In
Government Conference at
the state capitol. Mt. Juliet
High School has partici-
pated in this conference for
over twenty years. Youth in
Government provides stu-
dents with an opportunity
to see how our state gov-
ernment works first hand.
Each student personally
writes and presents a bill,
which they later have the
opportunity to present in
the actual House and Sen-
ate.
This year’s Mt. Juliet
delegation was comprised
of sixteen students. All of
the students did a great job,
and at the end of the con-
ference the MJHS group
received the Premiere Del-
egation award. This award
is for the school(s) that best
illustrate the values that
the YMCA promotes. It is
an extremely high honor.
Every student from MJHS
made docket, which is a
ranking of the best bills at
the conference. Oliver Gla-
ser, Jessica Edwards, Adam
Watkins, Jake Porter, Ty-
ler Mason, Josh Nixon, and
Tommy Bailey all made the
top ten on docket. Adam
Watkins was nominated
for National Affairs, which
is a very prestigious confer-
ence for the most outstand-
ing students at the confer-
ence. MJHS also has four
students who were elected
to serve as officers at next
year’s conference: Tommy
Bailey (Blue Senate Clerk),
Katie Baird (Red House
Chaplin), Pam Crutsinger
and Rachel Mundy (Red
House Sergeant at Arms).

The students included in
the delegation picture are
as follows:
Back Row from left to
right: Josh Nixon, Jake
Porter, Oliver Glaser, Hud-
son Warner, Tyler Mason,
Tommy Bailey, Adam Wat-
kins
Middle Row from left to
right: Kaitlin Thomas, Ra-
chel Mundy, Pam Crusts-
inger, Katie Baird, Michelle
Hatcher, Olivia Cantrell
Front Row from left to
right: Jessica Edwards and
Shannon Larkins
MJHS Students Attend 56th Annual YMCA Youth
in Government Conference
Students join hundreds of high school students on Capitol Hill
for mock government session
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, April 1, 2009, Page 11
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Middle Tennessee Electric’s tax payment to Wilson County Trustee Jim Major was the
largest tax payment he saw this year. As has been the case for the last several years, MTEMC
has been at the top of the list or close to it as one of the county’s highest taxpayers. This year,
MTEMC’s tax payment was just ahead of Nashville Superspeedway. The electric cooperative,
which distributes power to virtually all of Wilson County, pays out ad valorem (Latin for
“according to the value of”) taxes annually. The tax is based on the assessed value of MTEMC
infrastructure — buildings, substations, transformers, poles, lines. This year’s ad valorem tax
total for MTEMC in Wilson County was $ $1,058,827. In addition, tax payments were made
to Lebanon for $50,080 and Watertown received $3,666.95. The cooperative’s total ad valorem
tax payout across its service area was approximately $4.1 million. Middle Tennessee Electric
serves approximately 180,000 residential and business customers in Cannon, DeKalb, Maury,
Rutherford, Smith, Trousdale, Willamson and Wilson counties.
MTEMC Lebanon District Office Supervisor Diane Cherry hands over a $1,058,827 check to Wilson
County Trustee Jim Major. It was MTEMC’s annual ad valorem tax payment, which was the top
payment to the county.
Middle Tennessee Electric’s tax payout
to Wilson County tops $1 million
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participants in the single
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the preliminary results
from the 2008 Curves/
Avon Fitness Study,
20,141 participants lost
a total of 36,000 pounds
-- the equivalent of two
elephants -- during
the 30-day study. And
Curves of Mt. Juliet is
looking for local women to
participate in this study
as it continues in 2009.
Participants will
have access to the Curves
workout for 30 days
for just $30, and must
complete at least 12
workouts over a 30-day
period, with a minimum of
three workouts per week.
In addition, participants
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results you can track and
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training from a Curves
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incentive, each participant
who completes a post
fitness evaluation at
the end of the study will
receive a free gift courtesy
of Curves and Avon.
“With so many
fitness choices, this is
a great, no-obligation
way for women to see
the actual results they
can get in just 30 days
at Curves. And if they
want to join when the
study is over, their $30
goes toward the purchase
of a membership,” said
Regina Lind, owner of
Curves of Mt. Juliet. “Our
goal is to provide women
with a proven weight loss
program at a price that
fits in today’s budget.”
The Exercise
and Sports Nutrition
Laboratory at Texas A&M
will continue evaluating
the research and analyzing
the results, which will then
be published in various
journals. Preliminary
numbers from the initial
2008 Curves/Avon
Fitness Study reported
20,141 participants losing
approximately 36,000
pounds (18 tons) and
approximately 75,000
inches (21 football fields)
in just 30 days.
For more
information on the
Curves/Avon Fitness
Study, please contact CK
Humes at 754-5550, or
visit the Mt. Juliet Curves
location at 151 Adams
Lane or 12020 G Lebanon
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Curves works
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Curves also works to
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Founders Gary and Diane
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the Largest Women’s Fitness Study
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• Home Additions
• Remodels
• Concrete Drives
• Patios
• Decks
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C u m b e r l a n d
University has been
named one of the ‘Top 25
Online Colleges for 2009’
by CollegeCrunch.org, an
independent, web-based
resource guide focused on
higher and post-secondary
education.
In compiling the
ranking of online academic
programs, CollegeCrunch.
org Project Manager
David Peralty said several
important criteria were
considered.
“We took a look at a
myriad of factors, including
average GPA, SAT (and) ACT
as reported by The Princeton
Review, as well as details
regarding student-to-faculty
ratio,” Peralty explained.
“ … We then added extra
weighting for two factors:
employer perception and
whether or not the school’s
online programs were
grounded in a traditional
institution. We had to dive
deep into the information to
make sure (students’) needs
were met.”
C u m b e r l a n d ’ s
Master of Arts in Education
(MAE) program was
specifically mentioned in
the ranking. Administrators
behind the MAE program said
its graduates have enjoyed
significant praise upon
entering the workforce.
“This news from
College Crunch comes on
the heels of several news
announcements across
Tennessee regarding our
graduates and their selection
as teachers of the year
in their respective school
districts,” Dr. Charles Collier,
Dean of the CU School of
Education said. “We’re very
proud to be included among
the top online programs,
and we remain committed
to providing quality
educational opportunities
for our students through
technology.”
CU Vice
President for Academic
Affairs Dr. Wilbur “Pete”
Peterson added that, in
addition to positive employer
perception, Cumberland’s
online academic offerings
are strengthened by
the University’s strong
foundation as a contemporary
liberal arts institution.
“As online academic
programs continue to grow in
popularity due to their ability
to accommodate students
and the daily tasks that take
up so much of their time,
Cumberland is excited to be
included among the leaders
in e-learning,” Peterson said.
“The fact that Cumberland
University’s history as an
institution of higher learning
spans more than 160 years
is a definite plus. It gives our
online students a certain
sense of security to know
the programs are grounded
in such tradition and to
know that, if they so choose,
they can come to campus
and receive a degree during
graduation ceremonies.”
C u m b e r l a n d
University joins a host of
widely respected online
academic programs on the
2009 list, including Seton
Hall University, Boston
University, the University
of London, the University
of Maryland and Stanford
University.
To view
C o l l e g e C r u n c h . o r g ’ s
‘Top 25 Online Colleges
for 2009,’ please visit:
http://www.collegecrunch.
or g /r anki ng s /t op- 25-
online-colleges-ranked-for-
2009/
For more
information about
CollegeCrunch.org, visit:
http://www.collegecrunch.
org/about/
Cumberland University Named Among Top 25 Online Universities for 2009
CU joins Stanford, Seton Hall on CollegeCrunch.org Top 25
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Community
Calendar
Wilson Bank & Trust will hold its 19th Senior Citizens Day on
Wednesday, April 1, from 8 a.m. until noon at the main branch
office at 623 West Main Street in Lebanon. Admission is free
to this event, which has added some new elements: this year,
adults 50 and better will feature a variety of new vendors,
entertainment and door prizes and free health screenings will
be provided by University Medical Center. For more information
call 615-444-BANK (2265) or visit www.wilsonbank.com.
Reflections
from an
Old Friend
Emergency Preparedness
With tornado season right around the corner, I wanted to remind everyone to please
take and make time to prepare a survival kit. This kit will help ensure your well-being in the event
of an emergency or disaster. You must be prepared to be self sufficient for 72 hours or until
professional help arrives. It is very important to include all family members and pets in your
survival plan. We must also plan for emergencies that might occur in our workplace, schools and
vehicles.
As we all know, a disaster can strike without warning at anytime. We are all prone to
some type of natural disaster. Whether it’s a blizzard, earthquake, tornado, or flash flood, when
it comes to survival planning, there is no such thing as being too prepared or having too many
resources working together for the safety and well-being of the community. Be sure you and your
family are prepared.
Emergency preparedness is vital in every walk of life and at every level of the community.
We need emergency preparedness plans at home, work, school, and on every level of Government.
We must take the time to put a plan together. Put your plan together a little at a time, so that
you don’t overburden yourself. It is also important to remember to update your emergency
preparedness plan and kit every six months. This will help insure your plan and kit are up to date
and viable.
Various items needed in your kit are as follows: bottled water for drinking, hygiene and
food preparation, batteries, am/fm battery powered radio, canned food, dried fruit, first aid
kit, blankets, extra clothing, canned meat, small tool kit, plastic and paper dishes, large plastic
trash bags, duct tape, playing cards, books, manual can opener, waterless hand cleaner, jumper
cables, a flashlight, pet food and so on.
It is also very important to practice where and what to do in the event that an emergency
situations is threatening or occurs. Practicing your emergency plan scenarios will prepare both
you and your family for both pre and post emergency situations no matter where you are.
In closing, please take the time to prepare yourself for any emergency situation.
Senior Citizens Day
April 1
New Heart Christian Church will host “Easter in the Park,” a
free event, on Saturday, April 4, at Charlie Daniels Park, from
11 a.m. until 2 p.m. The event will include an Easter egg hunt,
music and booths. For more information call 615-708-7832 or
visit www.newheartcc.com.
New Heart at Easter in the Park
April 4
The City of Mt. Juliet will hold its 2nd Annual Health & Safety
Fair at Charlie Daniels Park for its employees and their families
on Wednesday, April 15, from 1 to 4 p.m. Insurance premiums
have risen by double digits, so the Fair’s focus is on pro-action
and prevention rather than treatment. This year’s Fair will be
twice as large as last year, with over 30 stations manned by
physicians, dentists and others in the health care field. Aside
from hands-on opportunities to monitor your health there will
be stations dealing with dietary needs, exercise, chiropractic,
plastic surgery, and massage therapy. In addition to the physical,
plans are to have ministers for your spiritual well-being and
even a veterinarian for expert advice about your furry family
member.
MJ City Health & Safety Fair
April 15
Mt. Juliet High School and Middle School are having their
2nd annual Golden Bear Golf Tournament on Friday, April 10,
at Windtree Golf Course. The tournament is used to raise
money for uniforms, equipment, entry fees for matches and
tournaments as well as attending regional & state high school
golf tournaments. The tournament registration begins at 7:30
a.m. with shotgun start at 8:00 a.m. Lunch is included in
registration for team and individuals. Chick-fil-a at Providence
Place will be furnishing a breakfast sandwich at the tournament.
Coach Seal has hole sponsorship and tee sponsorships
available for local businesses. You can contact Coach Seal at
sealj@wcschools.com or Coach Rockensock at rockensocke@
wcschools.com. You can also call Windtree at 754-4653 for
information or pickup registration in the Pro-Shop at Windtree
or email Coach Seal to send you the form. We look forward to
your participation and our teams from 2008.
Golden Bear Golf Tournament
April 10
MJ Easter Egg Hunt and Food Drive
April 4
The Mt. Juliet Annual Easter Egg Hunt and Food Drive will be on Saturday, April 4, at Charlie
Daniels Park, 10:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. There will be over 15,000 eggs and the Easter Bunny will
be available for pictures. Egg Hunt times begin at 11 a.m. for ages 0 – 4, with a Magic Show at
11:15, kids ages 5 – 7 will hunt at 11:30, with kids music at 11:45, and kids ages 8 – 11 will
start their egg hunt at 12:00, with a presentation by the Mt. Juliet Animal Shelter at 12:15 p.m.
The Grand Finale will be at 12:30 p.m. with over $1,000 in prizes. The hunt is sponsored by
Weichert Realty Music City, Life Assembly and City of Mt. Juliet Parks and Recreation Department.
Due to construction the Easter event will be done differently this year. Please be aware that you
may have to park at alternate locations. Thank you for your cooperation and continued support
for City events. For more information call City Hall at 615-758-2552.
Pet vaccinations
April 4 and 18
Get your pet in tip top shape with the
Wilson County anti-rabies 2009 dog and
cat rural vaccination clinics on Saturday,
April 4 and 18, for a fee of $10.00.
People may also have their dogs or cats
vaccinated at any participating Wilson
County animal clinic for the same $10.00
fee. By state law people must have
their dogs and cats vaccinated or be
subject to a $25.00 fine. A special state
health department tag and certificate
will be issued to each dog owner and
is the only tag that is official. All dogs
3 months old and cats 6 six months
old and older are required by law to be
vaccinated. Locations where you may have your cat or dog vaccinated on Saturday, April 4,
include Watertown High School 1 – 2 p.m.; Tuckers Crossroads school 2:20 – 3 p.m.; Carroll
Oakland School 3:20 – 3:40 p.m.; Gladeville Baptist Church 1 – 2 p.m.; Lakeview Elementary
School 2 – 3 p.m.; West Elementary 3:30 – 4 p.m. On Saturday, April 18, vaccinations will be
available at Oakland Community Center on Berea Church Road 1 – 2 p.m.; Statesville Grange
on Greenvale Road 1 – 2 p.m.; Norene Community Center on Cainsville Road 2:20 – 3 p.m.
All pet owners are urged to have their dogs over 3 months and cats over 6 months of age
vaccinated at one of the above locations or for more information contact the Wilson County
Health Department at 615-444-5325.
Joy Church International invites the community to spend Easter…
with joy! Come find something for everyone this Easter with
Joy Church International’s Special Easter Weekend Services on
Saturday, April 11, at 5 and 7 p.m. and on Sunday, April 12,
at 9 and 11 a.m. Joy Church International is located at 1019
Charlie Daniels Parkway in Mt. Juliet. For more information call
615-773-5252 or visit www.joychurchinternational.org.
Spend Easter with Joy
April 11 and 12
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REAL ESTATE
754-6111
Deadline 1 p.m. Monday
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the Federal Fair Housing Act
of 1968 which makes it illegal
to advertise “any preference,
limitation or discrimination
based on race, color, religion,
sex or national origin, or
an intention to make any
such preference, limitation
or discrimination.” This
newspaper will not knowingly
accept any advertising for real
estate which is in violation
of the law. Our readers are
hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in this
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are available
on an equal
opportunity
basis.
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TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION
HOUSE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY AT
319 TYNE BLVD - MT JULIET , TN.
SAUNDERSVILLE ROAD AREA
AT THE CORNER OF TYNE BLVD AND TYNE CT
SATURDAY- APRIL 4
TH
, 2009 @ 10 AM
.42 ACRE WITH A 1,764 SQUARE FEET HOUSE IN THE SAUNDERSVILLE AREA
THIS VERY IMPRESSIVE BRICK – SPLIT FOYER HOUSE WAS BUILT IN 1972 AND HAS 3
BEDROOMS , WITH 2 FULL BATHS , LIVING ROOM, KITCHEN WITH DINING AREA, DEN
AND OFFICE, CENTRAL HEAT AND AIR , DECK ,AND A GARAGE AND A CARPORT.
A PERFECT HOUSE IN A PERFECT LOCATION.
DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO OWN PROPERTY IN THE
SAUNDERSVILLE ROAD AREA.
1936 OAK TABLE,CHAIRS, DINING BUFFET( MIRROR BACKED)-51/2’ 4 SHELF CHINA- MAHOGANY
COUCH , KING AND QUEEN CHAIRS-1931 SINGER SEWING MACHINE- COMPUTER DESK-STEREO-
COMPUTER-WATERBED- QUENN SIZE BEDROOM SET—KGRO RIDNG LAWNMOWER-35’ TV AND
STAND-WASHER , DRYER –BRASS, TOOLS , LAMPS , ANTIQUE GLASS AND MUCH MORE.
Directions: FROM LEBANON RD IN HERMITAGE- GO NORTH ON ANDREW JACKSON PKWY WHICH
WILL BECOME SAUNDERSVILLE RD – TURN LEFT ONTO TYNE BLVD ( AT THE MAPCO) TO HOUSE AT
THE Y Sale Signs Posted.
Terms: REAL ESTATE -10% down day of sale, sign a real estate contract with the balance at closing on or before 20
DAYS – PERSONAL PROPERTY – CASH DAY OF SALE , BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION
ALL PROPERTY IN THIS SALE IS BEING SOLD AS IS, WHERE IS, WITH ABOSULTELY NO
WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE STATED OR IMPLIED. ANNOUNCEMENTS DAY OF SALE TAKE
PRESEDENCE OVER ALL OTHER ADVERTISING.
Odell Binkley, Auctioneer
Odell Binkley Realty and Auction LLC
Firm Number 4078
3530 Central Pike
Hermitage, Tennessee 37076
Phone: (615) 889-8542
ABSOLUTE AUCTION
JOHN DEERE 5520 4X4 CHA, JOHN DEERE 4210
FARM / CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, CARGO VANS,
HORSE TACK, POWER TOOLS,
LOGAN 4 HORSE TRAILER, ANTIQUES
1983 GOSHEN RD, LEBANON, TN 37087
APRIL 11 @ 9:00 AM CST
Directions: From I- 40 take Linwood Exit # 245 Go North on Big Springs Rd
4 miles to Old Rome Pk. turn Right go 1 1/2 miles to Left on Goshen Rd. 2
miles to sale on right
Vehicles: 2000 1500 Dodge Cargo Van, 2000 2500 Chevy Cargo Van, 1998
350 Ford Cargo Van, 2001 250 Ford Cargo Van, XLT Ford Bronco
Tack: Antique Charley Rose saddles, Fierier items, anvils, halters, bridles,
bits, ropes, reins, various horse training equipment, 6 horse walker, saddles,
pads, Cactus Tiger Sting Ray saddle, new Outback saddle, old saddles, Cactus
custom team roping saddles, youth saddles, (2) 8 saddle Priefert saddle stands,
manual Mighty Bucky Extreme, etc.
Farm equipment: 5520 John Deere tractor (4 wheel dr., cab heat & air 541
loader w/ bucket less than 1400 hours), John Deere fork lifts, JD hay spear,
John Deere 4210 tractor w/ loader and bucket, John Deere Gator, Custom
Built Trailer 2000 w/ 28’ flatbed 7’ dove and 7’ top deck, 6’ & 12’ panels
including Priefert, hardwood stall shavings, hay spear, Bermuda hay, 616 John
Deere 6’ bush hog, 6’ box scrapper, chisel plow, Frontier 8’ pulverize, Logan
Coach 4 horse slant load trailer with insulated tack room with HVAC, Danuser
posthole digger, hand post hole diggers, X300 John Deere riding mower(53
hours), Swinger RV, Priefert dual horse feeders, Priefert covered mineral block
feeders, assorted panels, T fence post, barbed wire, woven wire, 12’x12’ 4
panel dog pen w/ cover, 2006 Goldenrod diesel pump, Gator box, 2000 flat
bed trailer, 20’ trailer, Priefert roping shoot, 6’ bunk feeders, water tanks, 16’
steel trailer, stock tank, Power River long horn head squeeze shoot, elec. hay
elevator, etc.
Tools:, misc. plastic saw horses, Hitachi air compressor, skill saws, air guns,
orbital sanders, work tables & benches, dollies, hand concrete finishing items,
shipping blankets (6x6), scaffolding, 1997 cargo trailer, Coleman Powermate
10 hp generator, 2 s6 gal Farmhand air compressor, Dewalt chop saw, Dewalt
table saw, Campbell Hausfeld 2 gal air compressors, Troybilt 8000 watt
generator, Porter Cable 6 gal air compressor, Arc welder 230 volt 50 amp,
Husqurvarna 3700 PSI 4GPM pressure washer, Black & Decker blower,
baker’s scaffolds, 6.5 Contractor 16 gal shop vac, various sizes & styles of
ladders, Dewalt table saws, Powermatic shaper, Delta adjustable shelving
multiple drill press, Reddy Heater 125T, 2 Dewalt metal cut off saws, 7 Dewalt
miter saws, Porter Cable air compressors, Emglo air compressor, 4 Ryobi 10”
table saws, Delta 14’ ban saw, Werner aluminum walk boards, Ryobi drill
press, 2 Hitachi tube saws, Craftsman shop vac, levels, squares, blades, air
hoses, cordless laser level, skill saws, orbital sanders, hammer drill, framing
nail guns, finishing nail guns, reciprocating saws, old & new saw blades, sheet
rock dolly, paint air sprayer, shop & box fans, MS290 Stihl chainsaw etc.
Construction materials: cinder blocks, misc. doors, misc. plywood, fans,
lights, ceiling fans, gas logs, terracotta roofing tiles, misc. cabinets, shelving
access.
Other: laptops, printers, live traps, AmeriTrac 120/117R tires, bicycles, Jen
air cook top, Everlast punching bag, weights & weight bench, microwave,
underground cable & other assorted wire, fuel cans, arena lighting, ramps,
basketball goal w/ stand, copper weather vane, Charbroil commercial gas grill,
5 lawn chairs, western prints numbered & signed, SW Morgan original Indian
ink on elk shoulder bone, GE refrigerator, 4 leather bar stools, 8x10 portable
building,
Antiques: Polar Bear Insulator, coal oil lantern, 100+ yr. old tapaderos, table,
tractor seats, wagon wheel, leather fireside chair w/ horse hair stuffing, Atlas
powder boxes, plow, disc, other farm equipment, Budweiser mirrors, hand
scroll saw, well dipper, wooden leather sewing tool, misc. cast iron.
Terms: CASH or approved check day of sale. Drivers Lic required for bidding #.
Visa, MasterCard, Discover accepted. Sale # 01809
Can’t make it to the Auction?
Bid live on the Internet @ www.proxibid.com/billcolson
10% Buyers Premium Does Apply to INTERNET BIDDERS ONLY!
Go to www.colsonauctions.com for photos and more information
Richie Bilbrey Auctioneer
ONLY $209,900!!
Ken Smith, Broker
308-1089
COTTAGE REALTY
Mt. Juliet, 4 BR.
2600 Sq.Ft.
Ask about the $8,000 BUYERS CREDIT.
Stop by and visit us at “The Cottage”
(located directly across from Mt. Juliet City Hall)
THE TIME TO
REFINANCE
IS NOW!
Call Linda McKenzie
615-300-0676
Amerisave Mortgage Corp., Inc.
COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY
FOR LEASE
Hwy. 109
area and
Mt. Juliet
area!
Call for more
information
ROBINSON
PROPERTIES
754-2019
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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 AND RE-
PAIR. Johnson’s Piano
Service. 754-6017. Over 20
years experience. P 4-
29
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WILLETTE STONE WORK.
Stone jobs - Walls - Plant-
ers - Outdoor Firepit/Grill
- Mailboxes, etc. FREE Esti-
mates. Christian contractor
with 15 years experience.
Call 615-207-9103.
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BARRETT Tree & Lawn
Service. Tree Removal,
Trimming, Hauling, Fire-
wood, Lawn care, Mulching.
Licensed & Insured. 758-
3893 or 579-8319.
TERRY’S AUTO GLASS
Windshield Repairs or Auto
Glass replacement. FREE
Mobile Service. Established
“1989”. Insurance ap-
proved. Serving Middle TN.
7 5 8 - 6 3 3 9 .
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JUNK HAULING & LOTS
MORE Clean basements,
attics, & yards. Most gut-
ters. Haul cars 4 Free. Land-
scaping. Stump Grinding.
Pressure washing. Decks &
Driveways sealed. Call us 4
anything. Robin or Mike.
443-7146 /485-4510, 881-6
5 0 0 . .
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BUNCH ROCK & BRICK:
Mail Boxes, entrances, flow-
er beds, retainer wall and
repairs. NEW - We also do
stucco. Free estimate. 754-
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
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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
Affordable Childcare in my
home! I provide Breakfast,
Lunch and 2 snacks. Open
6am - Whenever! I have
great references. Call Jenny
at 916-0038 or 773-3599.
P 4-8
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Full Time Opening for child
care in my home. Nutritious
meals. Reading games and
outings. 772-7821.
**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.

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JULIE’S HOUSE CLEAN-
ING. 22 years in business.
Honest, dependable, excel-
lent work. Great low prices.
Immediate openings. 915-
3849. P 4-1
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CRABTREE’S PROFES-
SIONAL WINDOW CLEAN-
ING. Specializing in: Con-
crete, Wood, Vinyl Siding
and Gutter Cleaning. Bran-
don Crabtree 977-
6694. P 4-15
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FOR LEASE - Commercial
Space - Hwy 109 area and
Mt. Juliet area! Call for more
information ROBINSON
PROPERTIES 754-2019.
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COMMERCIAL SPACES
FOR LEASE. 500-3,000
SQUARE FEET. 754-2019.
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Ideal Sign / Truck Mechanic
Shop. 4’ - 16’ Rollups. 3200
sq. ft. Fenced parking. Rent
Negotiable. 207-9140 / 847-
4105. 20 Minutes from Mt.
Juliet / Donelson. No Lease
Required. I TC
BOBCAT, BUSH HOGGING,
DUMP TRUCK, BACKHOE.
Concrete work. Fill Dirt and
Gravel. Portable Welding.
FREE Estimates. Cell 347-
0433, 754-0090.

DRIVEWAYS PAVED -
Free estimates. Reasonable
prices. Quality work. Work
guaranteed. Call day or
night. ED BRADLEY PAV-
ING COMPANY. 444-7044.
LICENSED & INSURED
ELECTRICIAN. Residential
& Commercial. Also, Cable/
Phone Installation. Senior
Citizen Discount. REASON-
ABLE RATES. All work
guaranteed. 615- 316-
9323. I M
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RAY ELECTRIC. No Job Too
Small. Family owned & op-
erated. Licensed & insured.
Senior Citizen Discount.
773-2455. 615-681-8787
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ARC ELECTRICAL SER-
VICES. Call for all your
electrical needs. Competi-
tive rates. 754-9790.
$499 - Beautiful 2BR apart-
ment in Lebanon. Limited
time only. eho. Call 615-
453-5100. I 4-1
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Amazing Mt. Juliet home. 5
Bedrooms, 3 baths. Beau-
tiful view of lake. Sunset
Harbor Subd. $1,995.00
per month. Call 444-0038.
I TC
HERMITAGE - 923 RA-
CHEL’S PLACE. Completely
renovated 2 Bedroom Con-
do. NO Pets. $625. 300-
0498. I 4-1
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DUPLEX - Mt. Juliet. 2 Bed-
room. No pets. Deposit &
References. $595/month.
Call between 5 and 9pm.
754-7675 or 758-5109.
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For Rent
Dozer
Driveways
Commercial
Cleaning
Child Care
Business Services
Jett Tree Service
615-347-1092
Hazardous tree removal,
Licensed and Insured
FREE ESTIMATES.
Least expensive and
intrusive methods.
4 Seasons Tree Service
Cell 585-5102
• Trimming • Storm Damage • Removal
• Chipper Service • Maintenance • Stump Removal
24-Hour Emergency Service
Call Today For A Free Estimate
Leonard Matthews (Owner) • Licensed & Insured
We’re proud to serve Wilson County with 14 Years of Experience
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
Concrete
CONCRETE SPECIALIST OF TENNESSEE
Specializing in aggregate & all custom concrete
COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL
Parking Lots • Building Slabs • Masonry • Retaining Walls
Concrete Repair • Driveways • Sidewalks • Sealing
Prompt Service • Free Estimates Within 24 Hours
30 Years Experience • Insured & Licensed
Call Ricky Jones 615-585-6586
Broadway’s
Concrete Service
Specializing In
Driveways, Patios,
Sidewalks, Garage Floors
Also pressure cleaning
and sealing
Herman A. Broadway, serving
Mt. Juliet for over 20 years.
449-5245
For Rent
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754-6111
Deadline 1 p.m. Monday
House for Rent - 3 Bed-
rooms. $600 Month. Could
fix up for Deposit. Off Hwy.
109. Lebanon/Mt. Juliet
area. Call 615-754-2019 for
details. TC
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OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT.
Shared reception, lobby,
kitchen. Separate bath-
rooms. N. Mt. Juliet Road.
931-249-2600. P 5-13
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2 Commercial Spaces on
Lebanon Road. 1- 3,000 sq.
ft. & 1 - 1,500 sq. ft. Call
615-268-3044. I 4-22
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Nice 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath
Apartment. Water paid.
Quiet, non-smoking facility.
Safe area. 288-4023. P 4-1
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Hermitage - 3BR, 1.5BA.
1,100 sq. ft. $900 Month.
Fenced backyard, brand
new carpet and paint. Call
Ken Smith at Professional
Realty Group. 308-1089. I

2 Recliners - Like New. Ex-
cellent condition. Burgan-
dy wing back $250. Brown
Leather $275. 615-754-
8697. P 4-1
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Prom/Evening Dresses. Siz-
es 4-6. Pink, Blue & Black.
$40-$60. 1 Alyce - pink
beaded $120. 547-1464 or
cell 477-4058. P 1
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Black satin, Size 14 Prom
Dress. Halter style top.
From David’s Bridal. $120.
443-7086.
___________________________
1) High Quality Full Mattress
Set. New w/Warranty. Can
deliver. Lists $240.00, sac-
rifice $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. Dresser/Mirror/
n/stand/c
hest/hdbd/frame. New in
boxes. 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) All new Micro-fiber Sofa
& Loveseat. Retails $999.00,
will sell for $587.00 while
they last. Can deliver. Lay-
a-way (yes). 615-394-0861.
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O v e r - t h e - R a i n b o w
Gladeville Community
Consignment Sale. March
31st - April 3rd. Call 443-
0979 or visit our web site at
www.overtherainbowcs.com
for information. 4-1
___________________________
YARD SALE - Like New Mow-
ers. 1/2 the Cost of NEW.
Riders as low as $395. 847-
4105. I TC
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BENEFIT BISHOP GARAGE
SALE. Saturday, April 4,
7am-3pm. 205 GRAND-
STAFF COURT, off of Leb-
anon Road in Mt. Juliet.
Household items, furniture,
clothes, children’s toys and
clothes, baked goods. Bish-
op is a 9 year old Brownie
recently diagnosed with a
brain tumor. P 4-
1
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Hickory Hills Baptist Church
Yard Sale. April 3 & 4. 9am-
7pm. 2741 NONAVILLE
ROAD. 754-2575 for more
info. I 1
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Garage Sale - Friday, April
3, 8am-3pm, & Saturday,
April 4, 8am-4pm. 2020
OAKLAND RUN. Pool Set,
Brand new hardwood floor,
high chair, stroller, twin
bed, baby toys, dresser,
lawn mower, deck rocker,
Tinkerbell Comforter set,
Winnie the Pooh Comforter
set, brass lamp, easel.
___________________________
HUGE YARD SALE - Satur-
day, April 4, 7am-2pm. 302
PARK GLEN DRIVE. (Behind
Golden Gallon). Household
items, fishing equipment, (2)
20 inch tires, clothes, purs-
es, shoes, too many items to
list.
___________________________
ESTATE SALE - April 3 & 4,
9 am - 4pm. 5020 MAG-
NOLIA ESTATES BLVD. Mt.
Juliet. 40 years of stuff.
Duncan Phyfe, Ethan Allen,
garden items.
___________________________
HUGE 15 FAMILY CHAR-
ITY YARD SALE. Saturday &
Sunday, April 4 & 5. 6235
CENTRAL PIKE, Mt. Juliet.
___________________________
YARD SALE - April 3 & 4.
5307 JOHN HAGAR ROAD,
Rain or Shine. Cleaned out
Momma’s attic. Old books
& clothes. Decorative items.
Kitchen, old dolls, golf clubs.
Lots of stuff, Old & new.
___________________________
GS - 105 CEDARWOOD
COURT (Belinda City) April
2, 3 & 4. 9am-4pm. Rain or
shine. Baby clothes, jewelry
& more. Birds on Friday.
___________________________
Yard Sale - 496 PAGE
DRIVE, Mt. Juliet. April 4,
7am-NOON. TV, TV stand,
glider, deco items, craft
pkgs, lamps, pictures, re-
cords, sewing patterns, cook
books/magazines, floral ar-
rangements, tiller, sham-
pooer.
___________________________
ESTATE SALE - April 3 &
4, 8am-2pm. 340 RIVER
DRIVE, off Saundersville
Ferry. Diningroom set, flat
wallets, mattress, lots of
misc.
___________________________
ESTATE SALE - April, 3, 4
and 5. 8am-4pm. 319 BON-
NARIDGE DRIVE. Hermit-
age. Bargain priced. CASH
only. 50 years plus accumu-
lation. Bedroom, living room,
dining room, other misc.
furniture, dishes, glassware,
pictures, electronic items,
linens, books, toys, country
crafts. Seasonal decor. RAIN
OR SHINE.
___________________________
DONELSON ESTATE
SALE. Larchwood Con-
dominiums. 413 LAKE-
BRINK WAY. Go Stewarts
Ferry Pike. Turn at traffic
light past Cracker Barrel on
Blackwood Drive to Condos
on right. Follow signs. Fri-
day, April 3, 7:30am - 5pm.
Saturday, April 4, 7:30am
- 1pm. Super nice furniture:
Sofa, Chair & Ottoman,
wing chair, cherry coffee
and end tables, small chest,
beautiful cherry curio cabi-
net (lighted), TV, Oval cherry
dining table & chairs. Server,
Washer, Dryer, Refrigerator.
Pair of light wood twin beds,
chest of drawers, bedside ta-
ble, pair of cherry twin beds
with spindles & cannon
Ball style, small cherry bed-
side chest, nice upholstered
rocker, lamps, quilts, cherry
dresser, mirror, 56 Collec-
tor plates (some with cus-
tom wood frames) All pieces
are like new and immacu-
late! No pre-sales! Bettye
Gaines Estate Sales. Your
“Best Bet”. 615-754-2763
___________________________
Garage Sale - Thursday -
Saturday, April 2 - 4, 7am-
4pm. Lots of baby items,
including stroller/car seat
combo. Swing, bouncy seat,
jumparoo, boppy’s. Lots
of baby & toddler clothes -
brand names, like new, men
& ladies clothes, entertain-
ment center, TV and other
electronics. Housewares,
small tables, dishes, etc.
5001 ENGLISH WOODS, off
of Saundersville Road.
___________________________
Garage Sale - 159 WEEP-
ING ELM ROAD, Mt. Juliet.
April 4, 7am-2pm. Lots of
children’s clothes and toys.
Futon bed, some furniture
and other household items.
Garage Sale - Infant clothes,
couch. Infant furniture,
Mastercraft Boat, household
items. 122 SUN VALLEY
ROAD, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122.
Saturday ONLY. 7am-2pm.
___________________________

COVENANT FAMILY
CHILDCARE is currently
accepting applications for
part-time Christian teach-
ers. Please call Carol at 754-
9244 for more information.
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IMPORTANT MESSAGE:
LET’S START A FLEA
MARKET. Need a man-
ager to run a Flea Market.
50 Spaces available. I have
the property - need someone
with knowledge. Jim 207-
9140.
___________________________
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 4-1
___________________________
Local Landscaping Compa-
ny looking for help in their
Mowing Crew. Call 615-319-
8123. P 4-1
___________________________
The Hermitage, Home of
President Andrew Jackson,
is hiring for part time Visitor
Center Guides. Weekends
required. Please fill out ap-
plication at The Hermitage,
4580 Rachel’s Lane, Hermit-
age, TN 37076. ATTN: Guest
Services.
___________________________
DENTAL RECEPTIONIST -
FT, New dental office in Mt.
Juliet. Experienced w/3rd
party billing. Fax Resume:
615-327-3892.
___________________________
The Hermitage, Home of
President Andrew Jackson,
is hiring for a part time
Housekeeper for weekends.
16 to 24 hours a week. Call
John at 889-2941 x 396 or
fill out application at The
Hermitage, 4580 Rachel’s
Lane, Hermitage, TN 37076
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For Rent For Sale Garage Sale Home Improvement Garage Sale
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, April 1, 2009, Page 17
For Sale
Garage Sales
Help Wanted
Stoner Creek Apartments
1 Bedroom starts at $327
2 Bedroom starts at $402
Partial utilities paid
127 Belinda Pkwy.
(615) 758-5494
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, September 7, 2005, Page
CLASSIFIEDS
754-6111
Deadline 1 p.m. Monday
754-6111
Deadline 1 p.m. Monday
QUALITY INNS & SUITES is
now taking applications for
Housekeeping. Experience
required. Apply in person at
Quality Inns & Suites, 1000
Hershel Drive, Mt. Juliet
(Behind Cracker Barrel).
I 4-1
___________________________
JOHNSON-NORTHWEST in
Lebanon has a Full Time
CSR Opening M-F, 8-5 with
on call pay. Minimum of 5
years customer service ex-
perience required. Computer
skills a must. Proper Phone
etiquette required. Candi-
date must have strong orga-
nizational skills. Pay based
on experience with Benefits
after 90 days. Please email
resumes to: john.neely@
johnsonnorthwest.com
P 4-8
___________________________
DENTAL ASSISTANT: Full
Time. Brand new office in
Mt. Juliet. Coronal polish-
ing preferred. Exp. w/front
desk. Fax 615-327-3892.
BY OWNER: 2,735 Sq. Ft.
5BR, 3BA Mt. Juliet area.
Agents welcome. Asking
$254,900. All offers consid-
ered after you go through
the home. 417-9746.
___________________________
BY OWNER: 1,144 SQ. FT.
3BR, 2BA. Close to Provi-
dence. $127,900. Laminate
wood/carpet/vinyl. 615-
957-6726. P 4-8
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.
___________________________
Repairs & Remodeling.
We can take care of any and
all of your painting, floor-
ing, plumbing and electri-
cal needs. Fast and reliable.
Contact Joe at 615-773-
5071. P 3-18
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
_________________________
ESTES ROOFING 22 Years
Experience. Great Rates.
Free Estimates. Workman-
ship Warranty. Wilson
County’s most trusted roof-
ing company. 443-3210
P
___________________________
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. I
TC
___________________________
M&M HOME REPAIRS &
SERVICE. Call Mike for es-
timates. 615-573-0043.
I 4-29
___________________________
MT. JULIET HOME IM-
PROVEMENT. Carpentry,
Plumbing, Electrical, Dry-
wall, Fans Doors, Licensed,
Insured, On-time & Reason-
able Priced. Mon-Fri. 9am-
5pm. 754-6819.
___________________________
STRAIGHT LINE BUILD-
ERS, LLC Building - Re-
modeling - Repairs - Dry-
wall - Paint - Trim - Bonus
Rooms - Sunrooms - Garag-
es. Call for Free Estimate.
615-405-4339. Serving Mt.
Juliet & surrounding areas.
P 5-13
___________________________
AFFORDABLE Seamless
Gutters. Tommy 578-
1418. P 4-8
ROBERSON Remodeling.
OFFERING HOME REPAIR
services of all types. Includ-
ing carpentry (trim & finish),
Painting, Plumbing, Elec-
tric, Replacement Doors,
Windows, Gutters, Siding,
Carports. Garage conver-
sions. Richard 582-
1079. 2-4

OWENS MOWIN’ Dependable.
Reasonable rates. “For a
Beautiful Manicured Lawn”.
754-2770. Call between
9am-10pm. 7 days.
P
10-28
___________________________
AERATE, Dethach, Seed,
Fertilize, Mow, Bush Hog-
ging, Trim, Tree Work,
Hedges, Dirt & Mulch deliv-
ered. Bobcat Work. 453-
5800. I TC
___________________________
EARHART LAWN CARE.
Mowing - Aerating - Land-
scaping - Seeding - Fertiliz-
ing. 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
___________________________
MAAS TREE SERVICE.
Tree removal, trimming,
topping, brush chipping,
stump grinding. Commercial
& Residential. Insured. Free
estimates. 615-945-2755.
___________________________
LAWN CARE - Mow & Trim.
Hedge Trimming. Depend-
able. Reasonable Rates. Free
estimates. Call Richard. Cell
- 944-6301 or Home - 449-
0803. I TC
MIKE’S LAWN SERVICE -
Cut * Weedeat * Clean Up.
FREE Estimates. 615-828-
4378. P 5-30
___________________________
BELL’S LAWN CARE. Rea-
sonable rates. Dependable.
Free estimates. Call 218-
2986. P 5-13
Help Wanted
Page 18, The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, April 1, 2009
Legal Notice
Lawn Care
Home Improvement
Home Improvement Home Repair
Home For Sale
Lawn Care
Lawn Care
Freedom Lawn Service
Residential & Commercial
•Lawn Mowing •Mulching
•Edging/Trimming/Clean Up
•Fertilizing • Soil analysis
• Landscape Upgrades, Design & Installation
• Aeration and Over Seeding
615-403-0104
RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL
“Owned and Operated by Local Firefighter”
615-391-3388
FREE ESTIMATES
GRAFTON
ENTERPRISES
Landscape Contracting
From Grading
And Excavating
To Complete
Lawn Maintenance.
Fully Insured
Commercial & Residential
754-4486
Landscaping
Certified
Master Gardener
Contact
Barry Jamison
758-3877
FREE ESTIMATE
bnjami@comcast.net
bnjami@aol.com
Legal Notice
LEGAL NOTICE
It is the intention of Kelly Campbell to
take ownership of Ryan Adams Toyota
Avalon by way of abandoned vehicle
title. Said vehicle was abandoned at 426
Belinda Parkway on December 20, 2008.
JSE Landscaping & Lawncare
Mowing • Mulching
• General clean up
Landscape Installation
and Maintenance
Call Jody 519-7880
for a FREE ESTIMATE
Cambridge
Landscaping
• Mulch
• Plant
Replacement
• Tree Work
• Seed & Straw
• Sod
• Bobcat
• Dirt Work
• Dump Truck
• Irrigation
• Insured
566-5711
Master’s Landscape
Design
Need a new landscape? If the
landscape around your home
or business is in need
of a new look, call
Master’s Landscape
Design. FREE
ESTIMATES,
Pics & References
Available!Mt. Juliet,
TN 37122
615-557-6732
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, September 7, 2005, Page
CLASSIFIEDS
754-6111
Deadline 1 p.m. Monday
754-6111
Deadline 1 p.m. Monday
LANDSCAPING - Yards
mulched (black, brown,
red). Shrubs trimmed.
Beds, driveways sprayed
for weeds. Shrubs & trees
planted. 15 years experi-
ence. Free estimates. 288-
4722. P
PAINTING - Interior/Exte-
rior. SPRING SPECIALS. 25
Years Experience. FREE Es-
timates. Gutter Cleaning.
Call Steve 758-0368. I 22
___________________________
Interior and exterior paint-
ing. Drywall & Texture Re-
pair. Cabinet refinishing.
Power washing, Driveway
& Decks sealed. Minor car-
pentry work. Call Vester
Bradshaw, Sr. 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 4-8
___________________________
RUSTY BRADSHAW PAINT-
ING. Residential & Com-
mercial. Inside & Outside.
Drywall & Carpentry Repair.
Pressure wash & Seal decks
& Driveways. Call 615-456-
1664. P 5-13
___________________________
THE LORD’S COLORS
PAINTING AND CONSTRUC-
TION. 26 Years International
Experience. Architectural/
Interior/ Exterior Design.
Residential/Commercial/
Industrial. Remodeling/New
Constructions. Call Chris-
tian for estimates 582-
9254. P 4-8
Spring Special - Interior/
Exterior. Pressure Washing,
Decks & Driveways & Seal.
FREE Estimates. Call 443-
4633 or 753-2154.

LOST DOG - Male Dachs-
hund, Red. Answers to
“Dewey”. Please call 615-
300-7489. P 25
___________________________
LEBANON ANIMAL SHEL-
TER has loving cats, dogs,
kittens, puppies. All breeds
and sizes for adoption. 444-
1144. TC
REWARD - $500 - $1,000
Over 50 Rental Units. For
individuals, small business-
es or hobbies. Available im-
mediately. If you or some-
one you know wants to start
a business allow us to show
you our property and we’ll
give you the REWARD mon-
ey when our office approves
your rental. EVEN REAL-
TORS. Call Jim 207-0430
for more info. Space Avail-
able 400-4,000 sq. ft. Now
available: 40x80 - 3,200 sq.
ft. Ideal for truck, transmis-
sion, trailer, or camper re-
pair. Fenced - 16 ft. doors.
Rent neg. I 3-18
REWARD ON RETURN OF
Tackle Box & Kline Tools.
351-3393.
CASH FOR YOUR LAWN
MOWERS & TRACTORS.
Running or NOT. Johnny at
847-4105, Mon-Fri. 9am-4p
m. TC
___________________________
WEEKLY BIBLE VERSE:
All thy works shall praise
thee, O Lord; and thy
saints shall bless thee.
They shall speak of the
glory of thy kingdom,
and talk of thy power; To
make known to the sons
of men his mighty acts,
and the glorious majesty
of his kingdom. Psalms
145:10-11
Lawn Care Painting
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, April 1, 2009, Page 19
Weekly Bible Verse Real Estate
Wanted
Pets
Reward
Pets of the week
Painting
Public Notice Public Notice
Prom Dress Prom Dress
Beautiful Prom Dress
A must
see
Black
Satin
Size 14
worn
once
from
David’s
Bridal
$125
415-0775
Public Notice
The City of Mt. Juliet is accepting bids for
Insurance Broker/Consultants to
administer/oversee our employee benefit plans.
Sealed bids will be accepted until Wednesday,
April 15, 2009 at 5:00 p.m. A copy of the bid
specs can be found on the Cities webpage:
www.cityofmtjuliet.org, may be picked up at
City Hall or by contacting Jill Johnson @
jill.johnson@cityofmtjuliet.org or 754-2552.
Junior is a very large, 1 year old, boxer mix. It takes a minute for Junior to
warm up to you, but once he does he will melt your heart. Children intimidate
and frighten Junior therefore he will do best in a home with teenagers and up.
Junior does fine with other dogs and is waiting patiently
for someone to take him home.
Bruce is a young, neutered male, orange tabby cat. He is a more
independent cat that loves to be petted on but not held all of the time. He
would be the perfect match for someone looking for 24 hour mouse security.
Bruce is fully vetted and ready to go home today.
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