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Volume 29
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August 12, 2009

Number 31

MJ natives turn dip in economy into rising opportunity
Page 2

Rockin’ at the Senior Center

MJ leaders approve move toward more traffic cameras
Page 3

Getting to know the new MJ city planner before he takes office
Page 5

It’s that time again: how to get involved at the Wilson County Fair
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The Mt. Juliet Senior Citizen Center has started a weekly “music jam” on Thursdays from 1 – 3 p.m. The weekly music jam is a free event to anyone interested in listening to some great country, bluegrass, and gospel music from our regional talent. It is also a free and open venue for musicians and singers alike to share their talents with our seniors and community. “We hope this weekly event will continue to grow, and as it grows, our senior center will hopefully grow as well,” commented Center Executive Director Donna Stephens. “Warren Hickman assisted me greatly with planning and organizing this first music jam. The seniors were beyond appreciative for the music and laughter of the day.... it was rejuvenating for everyone! The musicians, singers, and audience were thrilled to have this venue to share, laugh, dance, play and sing. We are encouraging the public to join us every Thursday for this event... we hope to grow and grow and grow!” ~ Photos by Tomi L. Wiley

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MJ native uses slump in economy as launching point for new, popular publication
By Tomi L. Wiley Managing Editor
They say that necessity breeds invention, and for one former Mt. Juliet man and his family that necessity has resulted in a new publication focusing on the history of Nashville. Allen Forkum and his family, including father Garnett and brother Barry, recently published the first edition of The Nashville Retrospect, a broadsheet newspaper focusing on historical events and experiences in Nashville. Allen said two things spurred the idea for the newspaper: “the slumping economy and my old house.” “The Nashville Retrospect is published by AutoGraphic Publishing Company which has been printing newspapers about the auto industry since 1988 when my father, Garnett Forkum, and I started the company,” Allen said Monday. “The recent auto industry slump forced us to consider other ideas. One was a newspaper for older Nashvillians, and one feature we considered was a local history page. But the more I thought about it, the more I thought that an entire publication could be devoted to the topic. “I became intensely interested in local history in 2007 when my wife, Anna, and I purchased an old house in the Belmont/12th South area of Nashville. Because of historic zoning restrictions, I had to research the house’s past so that any changes we made to the exterior were consistent with its history. I had a wonderful time doing the research. I felt like a detective, scouring microfilm and looking at old maps. I learned that the 1907 house was older than tax records indicated and that it was built by a blind man whose grandson and

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Cameras for many MJ interesctions approved
By Tomi L. Wiley Managing Editor
Mt. Juliet leaders took a step toward installing traffic light cameras on several of the city’s busiest intersections Monday night and toward renaming a major road from I-40 to Lebanon A view of one particular traffic Road. recorded 22 cars running the red The Mt. in an eight-hour period. Juliet board of commissioners approved 4 -1 on Bradshaw voting against it. first reading an agreement Commissioners with ATS, a company that also discussed renaming provides technology and what is now considered business solutions for photo Beckwith Road at the I-40 traffic safety and electronic intersection, then C u r d toll enforcement programs Road, then Beckwith Road (www.atstraffic.com), to extension once the road install traffic cameras in project is finished, linking Mt. Juliet after a study I-40 to Lebanon Road (Hwy. concluded that dive of 15 70). Commissioners agreed intersections warrant the upon renaming it Golden cameras, according to City Bear Gateway and will Manager Randy Robertson. change the name officially Mt. Juliet Police once all phases of the road Chief Andy Garrett said construction are finished. Monday that ATS sub- Local residents – and the contracted a company to new Mt. Juliet High School conduct the study, and – will have to change their a view of one particular addresses at that time. traffic light recorded 22 cars Also in New Business, running the red light in an the board appointed Mayor eight-hour period. None of Linda Elam as its continued the intersections included representation on the Wilson in the study were identified County Joint Economic by Garrett or Robertson on Community Development Monday night due to the Board as required per a early stages of the project. letter from JECDB Director Garrett said he will G.C. Hixson, who attended work with ATS on a “public the meeting. Elam will serve information blitz campaign” through January, when the and post signs at the city city commission may choose limits to alert drivers to the her again or someone else to traffic light cameras before serve a four year term. they are actually installed. While they had his The contract with ATS is an ear, commissioners voiced agreement for three years their concerns that Mt. Juliet of service with an option is not fairly represented on to renew at the end of that the JECDB Board, since time, said City Attorney Jason Holleman, and the City would have to “show cause” in order to break the contract or opt out within 30 days of signing it. The agreement was approved on first reading, with District 4 Commissioner Jim technically Mt. Juliet’s population is higher than Lebanon yet Lebanon has more representation on the board. “It has become glaringly obvious that Mt. Juliet is larger but Lebanon still gets more representation,” light remarked District 3 Ed light Commissioner Hagerty. “That needs to be clarified – rectified,” added Elam. Hixson said he will return in January with “an explanation” for the board, if that was acceptable to them. “It’s gone on so long,” shrugged Hagerty, “what’s waiting ‘til January?” In Unfinished Business, commissioners approved on second reading See CAMERAS, Page 6

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Dear Editor: I think it is easier to see the difference in people rather than the similarities. It may be true that “familiarity breeds contempt,” but then the inverse may also be true: “familiarity breeds friendliness.” Why don’t we try an easy communitywide experiment in each of our neighborhoods. Let’s sit outside in front of our house for ten minutes from 6:30 – 6:40 p.m. each Sunday night and see what develops. The weather should be good for a while and we will be able to tell if it is working before winter. I call this “The Front Porch Initiative” AKA “FPI.” It may sound simplistic and naïve, but then again, it just might work! Carol J. Schilling Mt. Juliet

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PAPER, from Page 2 be publishing. Other readers enjoy learning more about where they live, even if they are not from here.” Allen and his family, however, are from here – from Mt. Juliet, to be exact. He graduated from high school here in 1983 and worked at Staggs Pharmacy from junior high through high school. He said he had fun being a “soda jerk” at the store’s ice cream counter. Later he attended different commercial art schools in Atlanta, GA, and while there designed the logos for The Herald and The Beacon. He met his wife, Anna, at art school and eventually moved back to Nashville to start the graphic design studio that would become the basis for his publishing company. He and Anna have a six-yearold daughter, Lyla. The good news is that even in these “tough economic times,” something good can be born of necessity – and in addition to discovering fun facts about Nashville, Allen uncovered some tidbits about Mt. Juliet as well. “In researching the Retrospect, I come across interesting items from all over middle Tennessee,” Allen said. “One I found was about Mt. Juliet. It appeared in the December 29, 1887, edition of The Daily American. It reads as follows: MOUNT JULIET ACADEMY. Special Correspondence of The American. Mount Juliet, Tenn., Dec. 27.—Our citizens were highly entertained at Academy Hall last night by the pupils of the elocution classes, under the excellent direction of Mrs. J. W. Macoy, of Nashville. The regular programme was supplemented by several selections recited by Mrs. Macoy and her little daughter Jennie. The audience left in a state of high good humor.” For more information on The Nashville Retrospect, including where to pick up a copy or how to subscribe, visit www.nashvilleretrospect. com or call 615-391-3666.

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New city planner pleased to join ‘forwardthinking’ community, set to start Aug. 24
By Tomi L. Wiley Managing Editor
Set to join the ranks on August 24, Mt. Juliet’s new city planner said this week that he sees Mt. Juliet as a “forward-thinking community” that is “well governed and committed to maintaining and pursuing a bright and positive future.” Steve Foote answered some questions via email for The Chronicle on Tuesday, with topics ranging from his previous experience a n d education to what his family thinks about moving from Gulf Shores, AL, to Middle Tennessee. Here’s what he had to say: Why did you choose to apply for the position of city planner with the City of Mt. Juliet? We’ve traveled through Nashville over the years on trips to see relatives in Kentucky and have often stopped in the Franklin area. I’ve also met many people from the Nashville area and they have always spoken favorably about Middle Tennessee. This peaked my interest enough for me to look into the job and do my own research of the area. I was impressed with information about the government and City that I was able to read on the Mt. Juliet web page. Based on my inquiry, I determined that the City would be a great organization to work for and where a city planner would be welcomed. I also thought that Mt. Juliet would be a great place to live and work. What experiences, background, education and talents do you feel qualify you for the position? I hold a B.S. degree in Geography from James Madison University in Virginia, and have 22 years of planning experience with various cities in Arizona and Alabama. During my career I have served on a citizen planning board and bicycle advisory committee. I held the positions of President, Vice President, Section Representative, and Conference Chairman with the Alabama Chapter of the American Planning Association. I am a certified planner with the American Institute of Certified Planners. I hope that my varied experiences will be of great value to the City of Mt. Juliet and that I can contribute to its future success. What was your most recent position, where, and how does that make you a good candidate for MJ’s city planner? My last position was Community Development Director for the City of Gulf Shores, AL, where I worked for 13 years. See PLANNER, Page 7

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Obituaries
BENSON, John W. Jr. John W. Benson, Jr., age 70, of Mt. Juliet, TN, died Wednesday, August 5, 2009. Mr. Benson was a member of the 1st Baptist Church of Mt. Juliet and served in the U.S. Army. He was preceded in death by his wife, Frances Marie Benson; parents, Frances and John Benson; two brothers and three sisters. He is survived by: sons, Jimmy (Diane) Case of Dickson, TN; Billy (Sharon) Benson of Old Hickory, TN; Johnny (Chris) Benson of Knoxville, TN; Joey (Kim) Benson of Mt. Juliet; daughter, Frances (Randy) Drennen of Mt. Juliet; 16 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted 10:00 a.m. Friday August 7, 2009, with Brother Billy Friel officiating. Interment will follow at Mt. Juliet Memorial Gardens with James Case, Billy Benson, Johnny Benson, Joey Benson, Kyle Benson and Mark Drennen serving as pallbearers. Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615)773-2663. Obit Line (615)6412663, www.bondmemorial.com PARMAN, Florence Lambeth Florence Lambeth Parman, age 71, of Mt. Juliet, TN, died Thursday, August 6, 2009. Mrs. Parman was preceded in death by her parents, William and Mary Lambeth and daughter, Mary Catherine Thomas. She is survived by husband, H. Willard Parman of Mt. Juliet, TN; daughter, Charlotte (Lee) Cundiff of Hermitage, TN; grandchildren Rylee and Erin Cundiff. Visitation for Mrs. Parman will be held 4-7 p.m. Sunday August 9, 2009 at Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615)7732663. Obit Line (615)641-2663, www.bondmemorial.com

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The 2009 Wilson County Fair entitled “Celebrating 30 Years of Volunteers” to be held on August 21 - 29 will feature competitive events for everyone in Wilson County. The award winning fair has been able to achieve it many awards as a result of the participation of everyone in our county. The 300 members of the board of Wilson County Promotions ask for everyone to showcase their talents. Time is nearing for the entries to be entered and pageant registration. On Saturday, August 15, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. nonperishable entries in Adult and Youth Home Economics, Fine Arts, Photography and Stained Glass will be accepted. On Sunday, August 16, from 1 to 4 p.m. pageant registration will be held in the pageant pavilion for Baby Show, Doll Parade, Fair Princess, Fairest of the Fair and King of the Fair. On Thursday, August 20, the following perishable items can be entered: Country Hams 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Poultry 12 to 8 p.m., Wine & Home Brewing 1 to 8 p.m., Baking 3 to 6 p.m., Honey Show And Flower Show 3 to 7 p.m., Adult Farm Crops & Garden 3 to 8 p.m., Youth Farm Crops & Garden 4 to 8 p.m., 4-H Poultry 4 to 7 p.m. For further questions visit website www. wilsoncountyfair.net or call 443-2626.

MJHS Class of ‘79 reunion set for Sept. 5
The Mt. Juliet High School Class of 1979 will celebrate with a 30 year class reunion on September 5, 2009. For details or questions call Rita at 615-754-0727 or Donna at 615-305-2763, or email sonyasue@tds.net.

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PLANNER, from Page 5 In this capacity I led the city’s planning, building, and code enforcement operations. This position and some former positions have given me significant experience with working in fast growth areas and in trying to achieve orderly, quality development and land use patterns. Proper planning is critical to achieving one’s goals, whether an individual or those of a community. While in Gulf Shores I lead the preparation their first comprehensive plan and many area specific plans (Intracoastal Waterway, Bon Secour River, and tourist area). These plans have been extremely important in guiding the decision making process for staff and elected officials as we reviewed and considered planning and development applications. I have extensive knowledge in the area of pedestrian and bicycle facility design and understand the importance of developing non-motor vehicle paths to improve the livability of a community. Being a part of a young community like Mt. Juliet gives me an opportunity to help formulate and implement great plans for the City of Mt. Juliet. I anticipate that my career experiences will help me play an important role in guiding the city through future challenges. For more information about new City Planner Steve Foote and to read more of his plans for Mt. Juliet visit www. thechronicleofmtjuliet.com.

The Finance Department and Sewer Billing Departments will be merging their offices on August 19, 2009. The address of the new office will be 2365 N. Mt. Juliet Rd., located at the corner of E. Caldwell and N. Mt. Juliet Rd (former office of dentist, Dr. Robert Archer). The phone number and fax number for billing questions, sewer problem calls, chipper service and other miscellaneous calls will remain the same 615-754-2554. The PO Box mailing address for Sewer will also remain the same. After August 18, all sewer customers will be served at the new office at 2365 N. Mt. Juliet Rd. rather than 71 E. Hill Street. For more information call 615-754-2554.

Honor the athletes in your life
Do you have an area high school football player you’d like to send best wishes and good luck for the upcoming 2009-2010 season? The Chronicle will include a special “Mt. Juliet Football Kick-Off” section in its August 19 edition. Area parents, family, friends and businesses are encouraged to participate and let your local athletes know you support them in their efforts! Call Amanda at 615-754-6111 for more information – the deadline to be included in this special section is Thursday, August 13, at noon.

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For Listings Call 444-4799 (Movie Line) or Visit www.roxylebanon.com Bandslam (PG) The Ugly Truth (R) 12:00 2:20 4:40 7:05 9:35 12:00 2:20 4:35 7:10 9:40 G. Force (PG) Juile and Julia (PG-13) 12:00 2:25 4:30 7:10 9:45 12:05 3:05 7:00 9:35 Perfect Getaway (R) Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince (PG) 12:00 2:25 4:35 7:10 9:45 12:00 3:00 6:30 9:35 GI Joe (PG-13) The Goods (R) 12:05 3:00 7:00 9;40 12:10 2:30 4:30 7:10 9:45 District 9 (R) The Time Traveler’s Wife (PG-13) 12:00 2:20 4:40 7:05 9:40 12:00 2:20 4:40 7:10 9:40

Darryl Worley presents front row tickets to MJ fan

On Screen Advertising Only $300.00 Call 444-4664 Internet Ticketing & Gift Cards Available! • Showings Begin on August 14. 2009 Mon. — Senior & Military Day • Wed. — Emergency & Medical Personnel

ROXY MOVIE THEATRE 200 Legends Drive • Lebanon • 444-4664
www.roxylebanon.com • Theater Rentals Available

“Exceptional Family & Cosmetic Dentistry Made Simple”

• New Patients & Emergencies Welcome • New State-of-the-Art Office with all the Latest Technology • Nitrous Oxide Sedation (Laughing Gas) • Most Insurance Accepted

Pictured left to right are Tony Bates, owner of Burchett Ford, Lebanon, Darryl Worley, Shirley Brewer and husband Herschel Brewer and UMC Rehab Social Worker Joni Johnston ~ Photo submitted The Wilson County Fair, presented by Ford Middle Tennessee Dealers, will be August 21-29 and will feature a free concert of Country Music Star Darryl Worley on Monday, August 24, at 7 p.m. at the covered arena. This concert is presented by Burchett Ford Lincoln Mercury of Lebanon. Worley has a great fan base in Middle Tennessee and one of the leading fans is Shirley Brewer of Mt. Juliet. Brewer was recently in University Medical Center in Lebanon and made it known at the hospital what a great fan of Darryl Worley she is. UMC made the Wilson County Fair Board aware of how much Joni Johnston wanted to meet him, and that was arranged on Monday August 10, at Burchett Ford. Tony Bates, owner of Burchett Ford, arranged for her to meet Worley at the dealership, and it was the highlight of Shirley’s life. She has been a fan of Worley’s for many years and had once attended his River Run Concert in Savannah, TN. Worley presented her front row seats at his August 24 concert for her and her husband Herschel. Worley said he is proud to be a resident of Wilson County and to be able to be a part of his counties award-winning fair. For more information on the fair or concert please 615-443-2626 or visit www. wilsoncountyfair.net.

Hours: Monday - Thursday 8 - 5 closed for lunch from 12 - 1
Brian S. Kruger, DDS

No interest and Extended Payment Plans

2788 N. Mt. Juliet Rd. • Mt. Juliet • TN • 37122
Across from the Mt. Juliet Library

758-GRIN (4746)

PAIN AND SPINE CONSULTANTS
Where experience and innovation meet compassion

Call (615) 331-5536 for a consultation with one of our specialists.
John Nwofia, M.D. Board Certified: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation/Pain Medicine Gina Walton, M.D. Board Certified: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

~ Specialists in All Spine and Chronic Pain Issues ~ Neck/Back Problems - Disc Disorders ~ Failed Back Surgery Syndrome ~ Accidents and Sports Injuries ~ Nerve Pain/Neuropathy

Located on the 2nd floor of the Tennessee Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics Building 5002 Crossings Circle, Suite 201 • Mt. Juliet, TN 37122 • www.painandspine.com **Across from Providence Marketplace** We also have locations in Brentwood, Nashville, and Smyrna.

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To have and to hold from this day forward, for better or worse, for richer for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish to death do us part. - Book of Common Prayer

Clairrene’s Treasures
Clairrene’s featured as the Place to shop for bargains by Ms. Cheap! Horne / Johnson
Noelle Horne and Micah Johnson, both of Mt. Juliet will be married August 15, 2009. She is the daughter of Steve and Dianne Horne of Mt. Juliet and he is the son of Greg and Rita Johnson, also of Mt. Juliet. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Charles and Audrey Orrand and Verna Horne and the late Rev. Clifford Horne. A graduate of Mt. Juliet High School, she received her BS in Accounting from Middle TN State University. Noelle is employed at HCA as a Senior Accountant. The future bridegroom is the grandson of the late Clarence and Sylvia Moody, George and Lois Johnson and Albert and Betty Heberer. A graduate of Pioneer Christian Academy, he received his BS in Finance from Middle TN State University. He is employed at Waddell & Reed as a Financial Adviser.

FANTASTIC SALE ON PICTURES & MIRRORS

60% OFF

25% OFF STOREWIDE
We have lots of painted furniture. Clairrene also paints for the public.

If you have good used outside furniture or kids toys call us!
758-7272 • 11907 Lebanon Road, Mt. Juliet (next to Chief Rental)
Hours: Monday- Saturday 10-5, Sunday 11-5

Tara Adrianna Solina and William Ray Moore will marry on Friday, October 16, in Maui, Hawaii. The bride is the daughter of Terry and Linda Solina of Mt. Juliet. She is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University with a B.S. in Human Resources and is employed at AM Med Direct as a recruiter in the human resources department. The groom is the grandson of Wilma Moore of Lebanon, and his parents are deceased. He has attended MTSU and is a foreman with Installation Services. The couple will reside in Mt. Juliet.

Solina / Moore

www.nashvillebouncehouses.com
615-319-2101

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Harley’s Band Room
Established in 1982

MJ opens skate park at Charlie Daniels park, only in area

New location serving area schools • Middle TN School Music Specialist 1006 Charlie Daniels Pkwy. Unit E Mt. Juliet, TN 37122

• Band Repairs • Band Instrument Rentals • Band Accessories (615) 758-9008

Mt. Juliet’s skate park, said by city officials to be the only one immediate area, celebrated its grand opening on Saturday, August 8, at Charlie Daniels Park. Called The Crowe’s Nest, the skate park is named after West Wilson Middle School social studies teacher Judy Crowe, who spurred her classes to appeal to Mt. Juliet commissioners to build the park, a place where middle-school aged children could hang out and practice skateboarding, roller-blading, and bike tricks. ~ Photo submitted

www.HarleysRepairs.com

more news, sports, obits, photos and events are available on our website!

Local Business Update
Prepared By County News, Inc. ©2009 All Rights Reserved (800) 580-0485 • www.countynewsinc.com

JC’s Bullseye Sports Bar
Kenny Thompson, Owner
Whether you are planning a party, hanging out with friends, or just want to sit back, have a beer and watch the game at JC’s Bullseye Sports Bar. It is the perfect spot to go with family, friends and co-workers for drinks, food, sports and fun! At JC’s Bullseye Sports Bar, you’ll enjoy comfortable, casual surroundings where you can enjoy a great meal of awesome proportions, along with soda, ice tea or a drink from their full service bar. Wherever you turn, a full screen TV is in your view with satellite coverage and tapping in every sporting event imaginable. Besides sports, you are sure to enjoy a challenging game of pool or playing your favorite song on the Jukebox. JC’s Bullseye Sports Bar’s courteous, friendly and professional staff help provide a fun and an enjoyable atmosphere that rivals the best places in town. Whether you have lunch, dinner or late-night eating and drinking, their service is second to none. The menu offers burgers, chicken and fish sandwiches, hot wings and scrumptious appetizers. The editors of this 2009 Summer Local Business Update suggest that you drop by JC’s Bullseye Sports Bar, located at 3248 Blackwood Drive in Nashville, phone (615) 885-5424 and let them brighten up your day with their contagious smiles and friendly customer service. You’ll soon find out why JC’s Bullseye Sports Bar is a great place to have great fun! Call (615) 885-5424 for more information!

Hundreds gathered at Charlie Daniels Park, to officially kick of the 2009 youth football and cheerleading season. U.S. Community Credit Union donated a defibrillator during the special presentation. The Vanderbilt Life Flight Team landed in a helicopter in the middle of the field, as everyone excitedly looked on. They allowed everybody to take a tour and speak to the wonderful team that would be there in a moments notice if ever needed. For more a play-by-play of the entire day and more photos visit www.thechronicleofmtjuliet.com and click on Sports. ~ Photos by Renee Dotson

Wilson racers win big at Riverview Speedway

Serving the Community for Over 5 Years
For all of your household or business waste removal and recycling needs, contact Shamrock Rolloff, LLC, located in Hermitage, phone (615) 871-0081. They are the leading provider of comprehensive waste management services for commercial, industrial and residential needs. The services that Shamrock Rolloff, LLC provides includes collection, landfill transfer, waste-to-energy and recycling. Shamrock Rolloff, LLC also supplies and maintains containers in every size from 15 to 30 cubic yards. Special weekly, monthly or yearly service agreements can be arranged. These experts have the experience and knowledge to assist your waste removal needs and they set standards in the recycling and waste treatment industry, using only quality procedures at most competitive prices. The writers of this 2009 Summer Local Business Update suggest that you contact the professional staff of Shamrock Rolloff, LLC at (615) 871-0081 for information on how they can serve your waste and recycling needs.

Shamrock Rolloff, LLC

Mt. Juliet’s Josh Weston won the Firecracker 100 Lap Sportsman race on July 11 after the July 4 race was rained out at Riverview Speedway in Smith County. Weston drove for Johnson Racing of Mt. Juliet, started near the rear but moved to the lead with 40 laps remaining and led to the end. Weston will race in an ASA series race at Nashville SuperSpeedway on August 15. For more information visit www.joshwestonmotorsports.com. ~ Photo submitted

Ezell – Harding Christian School

Choosing a school to inspire wisdom, discipline and faith for your child can be an on-going search. Look no further, you will find that Ezell – Harding Christian School, located at 574 Bell Road in Antioch is the perfect fit. You’ll find that it meets the standards of educational excellence required of a fully accredited school. Classroom learning at this excellent school is designed to challenge the mind and inspire the spirit. The course offerings provide each student with the specific courses he or she may need to best achieve his/her academic potential. Each curriculum is developed to build strong fundamental skills, and the teachers work closely in grade level to ensure curriculum continuity. Students begin the basic study of Science, Math, English, History, and there are also many electives to choose from. They offer programs from pre-kindergarten through the 12th grade. Their faculty members and staff are certified and well qualified to carry out their duties accordingly. Most importantly, their collective example of a Christ-like character is a positive influence on all aspects of young lives each day. The authors of this 2009 Summer Local Business Update urge you to make the right decision for your child’s future. Call today at (615) 367-0532, and find out more information about registration, class schedules, special events and academic programs. You may also visit their website at www.ezellharding.com.

Forever Yours Tattoo Studio
Come Visit Them at their New LocationBigger and Better to Serve Your Needs!

Stop by and visit Forever Yours Tattoo Studio at 3610 Old Hickory Boulevard in Old Hickory, phone (615) 847-1153. Give them a chance to link their creativity with yours to create the perfect tattoo for you. Their objective is to maintain a customer commitment to quality and modern tattoo and sterilization equipment with a combination of many years experience and a deep love for the sacred art of tattooing. Forever Yours Tattoo Studio is well equipped to create the body art you have only dreamed about. Not only do they specialize in tattoos, but also body piercing. Day after day, they pierce many belly buttons, tongues, eyebrows and much, much more. They carry a vast selection of extraordinary body jewelry to accent your personal taste. They believe in giving high quality work for reasonable prices. Much of their popularity is due to the attention paid to every detail. No matter what your preference in body art, the Writers of this 2009 Back-to-School Local Business Update suggest that you contact Forever Yours Tattoo Studio first. They are sure you will be pleased with their artwork and body piercing they do for you!

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Details on our policies and services: Prices may vary after 8/17/09 if there are market variations. “Was” prices in this advertisement were in effect on 8/6/09 and may vary based on Lowe’s Everyday Low Price policy. See store for details regarding product warranties. We reserve the right to limit quantities. Ask for 10% Off your first single-receipt in-store purchase charged to your new Lowe’s Accounts Receivable or Lowe’s Business Account when you open your new account in any Lowe’s store and make your first purchase between 8/12/09 - 8/17/09. Coupon must be presented at time of purchase and cannot be used in conjunction with any other coupon or discount. This coupon is good for a single receipt purchase of any in-stock or Special Order merchandise only up to $5000 (Maximum discount $500). Coupon is not redeemable for cash, is nontransferable and cannot be replaced if lost or stolen. Void if altered, copied, transferred, or sold through any on-line auction. Limit one coupon per household or business. Not valid on sales via Lowes.com, previous sales, purchase of services or gift cards. Offer must be requested at the time of purchase. Offer is subject to credit approval. Coupon valid for one time use only. Offer is not valid for accounts opened prior to 8/12/09. Excludes Lowe’s® Consumer Credit Accounts, Lowe’s® Project CardSM Accounts, and all Lowe’s® VISA® Accounts. While Lowe’s strives to be accurate, unintentional errors may occur. We reserve the right to correct any error. Prices and promotions apply to US locations only. ©2009 by Lowe’s®. All rights reserved. Lowe’s and the gable design are registered trademarks of LF, LLC. (090891)
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Community Calendar
Get your car clean for a good cause August 15
The Mt. Juliet High School Band Boosters are washing cars for donations Saturday, August 15. The car wash will take place at Ace Hardware on North Mt. Juliet Road in Mt. Juliet. Band members and parents will wash cars from 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Your donations will help fund the MJHS Marching Band of Gold. Spirit bracelets and Citibooks will also be available for purchase. Please plan to stop by and leave with a shiny car! All donations appreciated, and the event will be cancelled in the event of rain. We appreciate the community support shown to the Band.

Reflections from an Old Friend
The Dangers of Bullying

Now that school is back in session parents will need to be on the lookout for signs of bullying with their children. For example, did you know that bullying is one of the biggest concerns of young people today? Bullying is a serious problem with 8 out of 10 children bullied at some point in their childhood. Bullying happens at school, at home and on the streets. A lot of young people don’t even realize they are making other peoples lives miserable. They think they are just joking in making fun of or bullying someone. The truth is it hurts to be bullied and can change someone’s life for ever. Bullying happens when someone picks on someone and makes their life miserable. Bullying can come in many forms from kicking, smacking, tripping, making fun of, threatening or sending out false messages and rumors about the person over the computer. People have been bullied because of their size, accent, weight, color of MJ Senior Citizens Center Silent Auction their skin, stance on certain issues, interests, or just because they are the new kid on August 15 the block or at school. Bullies are often insecure and pick on others to make themselves feel more important and powerful. The Mt. Juliet Senior Center is having a benefit for the Senior The sad thing is what a bully doesn’t see. Their bullying can lead to low selfCenter on Saturday, August 15. The Center is seeking esteem, suicide, revenge and even assault or murder. These are all things that can be donations from community businesses to be sold in a silent avoided. If you are someone you know is being bullied, there is help. If you’re bullied, you auction. Each donation will identify the donor and value of the should tell someone. It’s very important to get other people involved. item(s) for bidding. Center organizers are planning and working If you are being bullied it can feel like the whole world is against you and that you for a large turn-out from our members and local citizens. For are own your own. Not true! The worst thing to do is to sit back and accept it. It won’t get more information on how you can donate items for the Senior any better unless you do something about it. If you are the victim of bullying at school Center’s silent auction contact Donna Stephens at 615-758- you should contact your teacher, the principal or the guidance counselor for help. If the 9114. The Senior Center is located at 2034 N. Mt. Juliet Road bullying occurs on the streets or away from home you can contact your parents or the in Mt. Juliet. police. And if the bullying takes place at home, you need to advise your parents. Bullying is also a problem with adults. Most child bullies grow up to be adult bullies. The only thing Red Cross Blood Drive that changes is the age of the people they bully. August 16 Bullying is not just a kid’s game. It is a practice that ruins lives and causes scars that can last a lifetime. The community is invited to a blood drive on Sunday, August In closing, Help and advice is out there. Don’t accept bullying. 16, at First Baptist Church, Mt. Juliet, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Please give blood – a single donation saves more than one life. There is a 97% chance you or someone you know will someday need blood. Take the time to make a difference. A photo ID or a Red Cross Donor Card is required. Call the church office at 754-2525 to make an appointment to give.

Benefit Concert for Caleb Wilcox August 15
A benefit concert for Caleb Wilcox will be held on Saturday, August 15, from 6 – 9 p.m. at the Gladeville Community Center, located at 95 McCreary Rd. Caleb is a 12 year old child with special needs who has been diagnosed with a life-threatening brain tumor. He is now paralyzed from the neck down and requires 24-hour care, which his mother is providing instead of being able to work. This benefit will help to support the family with their monthly needs, including rent, utilities, groceries, and more. Dinner will be served 6 – 7 p.m. furnished by Whitt’s Barbeque, and music and dancing will be from 7 – 9 p.m. provided by the Caleb Allstar band. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12. All proceeds go to Caleb’s family. For more information visit Challenged Athletes Playing Equally at www.capetn.org or call Rick Ryan at 615238-7372 or Tom Oakley at 615-943-9404.

Local AARP meets August 18
Wilson County AARP Chapter #5023 will meet at Westland United Methodist Church on August 18 at 10 a.m. Dr. Tom Binford, minister of WUMC, will speak on “Living with Disabilities” and then performing.

MJ’s First City Yard Sale Sign up by August 17
The City of Mt. Juliet will host its first ever City Yard Sale on Saturday, August 22, from 7 a.m. until 12 p.m., at Charlie Daniels Park. Booth space is available to the public – booths are 17 X 18 ft. in size and rent for $20 a piece. The deadline to sign up is Monday, August 17. Contact the Mt. Juliet Community Center at 615-758-6522 or visit the website at www.cityofmtjuliet.org/ Parks.cfm for more information.

MJ Scout Day August 22
Mt. Juliet Scout Day will be Saturday, August 22, from 1 to 5 p.m. at Charlie Daniels Park. Please wear your uniforms. Registration will be available for Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts Boy Scouts and Venturing. For more information contact: twil444@aol.com

Langford Farms Labor Day Kids Triathlon September 7
Langford Farms Club will host its 3rd Annual Labor Day Kids Triathlon on September 7. Children ages 6 – 11 will participate in a 100 meter swim, 3.1 mile bike ride, and a half-mile run. Children ages 12 – 15 will have a 200 meter swim, 6.2 mile bike ride, and a one mile run. Come join in the fun – all participants receive goody bags, T-shirts, and medals. For more information contact Langford Farms Club at 615-754-8650 or Melynda Bounds at 615-482-2636.

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of Mt. Juliet

Board of Education meets September 8
The Wilson County Board of Education will meet in a regular session on Tuesday, September 8, at 6 p.m. at the Central Office located at 351 Stumpy Lane in Lebanon. All items to be considered ~ P. J. O’ Rourke for the agenda must be emailed to Rose Ratagick no later than August 26 at 12 p.m. for more information call 615-444-3282.

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

Shop local, shop often Support your local farmers at MJ Farmer’s Market
Shop at home and support our local farmers at your Mt. Juliet Farmers Market, located at the corner of Mt. Juliet Road and East Division Street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, beginning at 7:30 a.m.

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754-6111
Deadline 1 p.m. Monday

CLASSIFIEDS
Business Services
WILLETTE STONE WORK. Stone jobs - Walls - Planters - Outdoor Fire pit/Grill - Mailboxes, etc. FREE Estimates. Christian contractor with 15 years experience. Call 615-934-6567. ___________________________ TERRY’S AUTO GLASS Windshield Repairs or Auto Glass replacement. FREE Mobile Service. Established “1989”. Insurance approved. Serving Middle TN. 7 5 8 - 6 3 3 9 . I TC ___________________________ JUNK HAULING & LOTS MORE Clean basements, attics, & yards. Most gutters. Haul cars 4 Free. Landscaping. Stump Grinding. Pressure washing. Decks & Driveways sealed. Call us 4 anything. Robin or Mike. 443-7146 /485-4510, 881-6 5 0 0 . . I TC ___________________________ PRESSURE WASHING UNLIMITED, INC. Cleaning Services Include: Houses - Gutters - Driveways Decks & More. Call Dean at 516-9438 for FREE Estimate. I TC ___________________________

754-6111
Deadline 1 p.m. Monday

Acreage
LAND WANTED: Want to buy land!! If you have land you want to sell please contact 754-2019. TC

Business Serices
DUN-RITE Garage Door Service. Sales - Service - Installation - Repairs. Overhead Doors & Openers. FREE Estimates on Replacements. 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. ___________________________ We work on all brands of mowers & tractors. 6,000 sq. ft. of service SHOP. 2 mechanics with 35 years experience at the lowest prices anywhere. 847-4105. MonFri. 9am to 4pm only please

Cleaning
TWO GIRLS & A BROOM. Residential Cleaning. Quality Work. References. Free estimates. Insured. 7583176. Cell 568-6131, 9687445. 8-12 ___________________________ HOUSECLEANING SPECIALIST. Very detailed. 25 years experience. References include 16 years of service for Dr. James W. McPherson, DDS as his personal housekeeper. 579-4315. I 8-12 ___________________________ How about letting me do your dirty work!! Very dependable & Honest. Licensed & Bonded & Insured. Residential & Commercial. Weekly, Bi-weekly or monthly. Call Karen 516-1229. P 8-12

Commercial
Commercial Sign Shop with room for lift trucks, fenced & private. Office has heat & air. Secure w/fence. 1st time offered. Call Jim for details. 207-9140. I TC ___________________________ Wrecker & Re-Po Bldg. & Lot fenced and off the road location. Office & all the needs for the business. Lot 100x200. Call 207-9140 for details. I TC ___________________________ Want a Muffler or Oil Change or Brake Repair bldg? I’ll furnish the lift and compressor. You furnish the tools and rent for $1,000. 210 ft. rollups. Bldg. 30x50 - parking spaces outside for 10 cars. Call Jim 207-9140. I TC ___________________________ Do you want a Codes approved place to work on at least 2 vehicles at a time? We have it. $350 and up. No lease. No Deposit. Codes approved. Paint Booth available. Utilities furnished. 847-4105 or Jim 207-9140 any time. I TC

Business Services
JUST IMAGINE - Custom Event Invitations, Custom Etched Stemware & Glass. Contact Casey Beazley at 615-496-0901, email: justimagine.casey@gmail.com ___________________________ BARRETT TREE & LAWN SERVICE. Tree removal, trimming, hauling, firewood. Lawn Care, Mulching. Licensed & Insured. 758-3893 or 579-8319. ___________________________ HIGHMARK TURF SALES AND INSTALLATION. Lawn reconstruction, sodding and seed & straw. Grading and topsoil delivery. Bobcat work. Paver patios and driveways. Structural and decorative retaining walls. Firepits & Pathways. Licensed & Insured. Call Greg @ 615-506-2127 for a FREE Estimate. P 9-9 ___________________________ BUNCH ROCK & BRICK: Mail Boxes, entrances, flower beds, retainer wall and repairs. NEW - We also do stucco. Free estimate. 7545034. TC

Child Care
HOUSE OF KIDS PRESCHOOL/DAYCARE. (3 STAR). PHONE 754-7360. Complete preschool program in a Christian home setting that will have your child kindergarten ready, complete with cap and gown. Preschool Graduation. One acre park like playground. Small group. Individual attention, nutritional meals and reasonable rates. Lots of extras, no enrollment or registration fee. OPENINGS for after school care for W.A; Wright. Take an onsite tour of our school and program at our web site: http/www. freewebs.com/ houseofkidspreschool/ ___________________________ Child Care in My Home. Providence area. Flexible Rates & Hours. Full time opening available. Call 7587122. I TC ___________________________ TODDLER’S PLAYHOUSE now enrolling 3, 4 & 5 year old CLAsses. Part & Full Time. Call 758-7777. _ __________________________ Dependable Home Child Care. Opening for any age. 10 years experience. All meals and snacks included. Great rates. 596-1941.

Commercial
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. ___________________________ COMMERCIAL PAINT BOOTH FOR RENT. $10.00 Hour. Everything furnished except the paint & paint gun. 847-4105. I TC

Dozer
BOBCAT, BUSH HOGGING, DUMP TRUCK, BACKHOE. Concrete work. Fill Dirt and Gravel. Portable Welding. FREE Estimates. Cell 3470433, 754-0090. I

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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

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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR LEASE
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Call for more information ROBINSON PROPERTIES

Driveways
J.C. MOSELEY BLACKTOP Driveways ~~ Parking Lots ~~ Resurface Old Driveways ~~ Seal Coating. 319-7922.

Electrical
LICENSED & INSURED ELECTRICIAN. Residential & Commercial. Also, Cable/ Phone Installation. Senior Citizen Discount. REASONABLE RATES. All work guaranteed. 6153169323. I M ___________________________

CHANDLER SURVEYING
• Property Surveys • Topographic Mapping • Flood Elevation Certificates • Mortgage Loan Inspections

Jeff Chandler, RLS #2353
(Registered Land Surveyor)

754-2019
Concrete

615-746-5900 • 615-944-6489

Concrete

HIGH TOP TREE SERVICE
• Removal • Bobcat Service • Pressure Washing • Stump Grinding • Thinning/Maintenance • Chipper Service • Bush Hogging • Storm Damage • Cable Reinforcement

Cleaning
**ALL PRO SERVICES ** CLEANING: Specializing in windows, carpets, gutters, pressure washing, driveway sealing. Air Duct Cleaning & Blind Cleaning. Free estimates & references. Jim 754-5047. Christian Owned/Operated.

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 www.concretespecialistsoftn.com 615-585-6586

Licensed & Insured ($1 Million Liability) LeRoy Watkins, Manager • 28 years Experience

FREE ESTIMATES

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For Sale
1) High Quality Full Mattress Set. New w/Warranty. Can deliver. Lists $240.00, sacrifice $117.00. New Queen Set Lists $299, Sell $127. 615-394-0861.**** 2) New King Mattress set in plastic. Never used. Warranty inc. Retails for $360. Will sell for $187. 615-575-5992. ************ 3) Bedroom set-Cherry or pine finish. Queen/Full Bedroom Set $397.00 Mike, 615-394-0861. New in boxes. Lists $999.00. Will sell for $567.00. Lay-a-way available. Can deliver. 615394-0861. ****************** 4) All new, all leather Sofa & Loveseat. No vinyl!!! Lists $1899, will sell for $957.00. Lay-a-way available. Can deliver. 615-394-0861. **** 5) Queen Memory Foam Mattress Brand new with warranty $287.00. Also, have a boxspring if needed. Call Mike at 615-394-0891 w/ questions. 615-394-0861.

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Electrical
RAY ELECTRIC. No Job Too Small. Family owned & operated. Licensed & insured. Senior Citizen Discount. 773-2455. 615-6818787 I TC ___________________________ ARC ELECTRICAL SERVICES. Call for all your electrical needs. Competitive rates. 754-9790.

Garage Sales
7 FAMILY HUGE YARD SALE. 11255 CENTRAL PIKE. Fri. & Sat. 7AM- til dark. Baby items, girl’s clothes from size newborn to plus size women. Men XL - XXL clothing. Washer, dryer, bed, furniture, lots of household items. Southern Living at home items, Longaberger basket, toys & lots & lots of misc. 3 miles East on Central Pike from Mt. Juliet Road. 1st driveway on left after Beckwith Road. ___________________________ Garage Sale - Saturday, August 15, 7am-2pm. 7012 TIMBEROAK DRIVE. Timber Trail/Oak Hall Subd. HUGE 3 Family Indoor/ Moving Garage Sale. Computer armoire, truck tool box, Futon, Gone with the Wind Collection/dolls, I Love Lucy collection, two library chairs w/book upholstery, Phil Ponder prints, TV stand, lamps, kitchen items, lots of home decor, wicker table, Abercrombie clothes, designer purses, shoes, pillows & comforter. Too many items to list! ___________________________ THE NEIGHBORS MOVED! I got their Stuff!. Large Yard Sale. Friday & Saturday, Aug. 14 & 15. All clothes $.25. Furniture - Inversion Table - Look for Signs. Rain cancels sale. ___________________________ HUGE MULTI FAMILY GARAGE SALE. August 14 & 15. 1670 Hwy 109 N. (HUGE).

Home Improvement
TOMMY’S BUILDERS REMODELING. Room Additions, Electrical, Plumbing, Painting, Gutters, Siding, Decks, Roofing, Drywall & Repairs. 30 years experience. Bonded & Insured. 405-8179. ___________________________ MICHAEL’S HOME IMPROVEMENTS. 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. 8-12 ___________________________

Home Improvement
CONCEPT BUILDERS - Sunrooms, additions, remodeling, screened patios & garages. ROOFING. FREE Estimates Licensed & insured. 754-6390 or 9736690 I TC

For Rent
BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR RENT. Office and Warehouse Space. 5001 Market Place, Mt. Juliet. Off Lebanon Road. Near W.A. Wright School. Phone 758-5308. P 8-12 ___________________________ DUPLEX - Mt. Juliet. 2 Bedroom. Deposit/References. No pets. $625 per month. Calls accepted between 5pm-9pm. 754-7675 or 7585109. I TC ___________________________ For Rent or Lease. One acre Flat lot for storage. Call Tim at 615-773-9992. P 8-19 ___________________________ Furnished Room for rent in Private Home. 758-3995. 12 ___________________________ OLD HICKORY/LAKEWOOD - 2BR, 1BA Brick Duplex. Air, appliances. Lease/Deposit $650. 881-6445.

•Licensed •Bonded •Insured

FREE ESTIMATES 443-2252

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Garage Sales
TotsToTeensConsignment. com Fall/Winter Sale Date: 8-25 - 8-30. Become a consignor. Call 615-573-7345. P 8-17 ___________________________ LOOKING GLASS KIDS SALE GOING ON NOW!! Gently used, quality children’s clothing and accessories at great prices! Aug 12 - 9-7; Aug 13 - 10-5; Aug 14 - 10-3; Aug 15 9-2 -50% off! Lebanon Road near Mt. Juliet Road. Women’s building at ball field. www. lookingglassconsignment. com ___________________________ BIG YARD SALE - 8/14 8/15. 6am-1pm. No early Birds! 2948 MELBOURNE TERRACE. Living room, bedroom furniture, entertainment center, misc. household items, clothes, cookware, dinnerware, computer, appliances, collectibles, antiques. P 12 ___________________________ Yard Sale - Saturday, August 15, 4712 HUNTERS CROSSING DRIVE (off Saundersville Rd). 7:30 am - 1pm. Several families participating. Something for everyone! ___________________________ Yard Sale - 5609 CENTRAL PIKE. Friday, August 14, 7am-2pm. Recliner, kitchen items & lots more. ___________________________

(615) 506-2603

Stoner Creek Apartments 1 Bedroom starts at $327 2 Bedroom starts at $402 Partial utilities paid 127 Belinda Pkwy.

Ted Alcantar

Help Wanted
Glass & Window Service Technician. Good work ethic, with references. Good driving record, verifiable. Fax resume to: 615-7735972. Email: poteete05@ comcast.net ___________________________ NOW HIRING: companies desperately need employees to assemble products at home. No selling, any hours. $500 weekly potential. Info. 1-985-646-1700 DEPT. TN 4183. P 8-12 ___________________________ Relief Pharmacist wanted. Two to Three Days a month. No insurance skills required. Call 885-9010. I

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For Sale
6 TICKETS - Titans vs. Tampa Bay. Saturday, August 15, 7:00 pm. $76.00 each (face value). Lower bowl - 12 yard line. 506-5677. P 8-12 ___________________________ Ladies scrubs - gently used, name brand, beautiful prints/solids. Print tops: 6 size XS, 10 size S; solids: 2 size S; 3 size M T-shirts. Pants - solids: 3 size S, 11 size M. Tops - $7, t-shirts$3, pants - $6. Call Linda @ 500-5192. P 8-12 ___________________________

Home Improvement
HARD WOOD FLOORS Installation, sand and finish, refinish old floors. Terry Pearson 754-8385 TC

You Know The Name You’ve Seen The Signs

RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL
“Now Experience The Quality”
40 Years Experience • FREE ESTIMATES
TN Licensed, Workmens comp. & General Liability, Bonded, Certificates available

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CLASSIFIEDS
Lawn Care
MAAS TREE SERVICE. Tree removal, trimming, topping, brush chipping, stump grinding. Commercial & Residential. Insured. Free estimates. 615-9452755. P ___________________________ DOZER & BOBCAT SERVICE. Driveways - Lawns Harley Rake - Ponds. Dump Truck & Gravel Hauling. Concrete Patios & Driveways. French Drain Systems. Serving Mt. Juliet. FREE ESTIMATES. 4792762 ___________________________ LAWN MAINTENANCE. Free estimates, mowing, mulching, trimming, leaf removal. Call Joann. Cell 405-2368, home 754-4486. ___________________________ EARHART LAWN CARE. Mowing - Aerating - Landscaping - Seeding - Fertilizing. Jason-481-9909. ___________________________ BOBCAT, BUSH HOGGING, DUMP TRUCK, BACKHOE. Concrete work. Fill Dirt and Gravel. Portable Welding. Free Estimates. Cell 3470433. 754-0090. I TC ___________________________ ON-SITE MOWER REPAIR Service & repairs on 2 cycle & 4 cycle engines. I work on tractors, mowers, weedeaters, chainsaws, pressure washers, etc. Contact Chris 615-758-4313. ___________________________ LAWN CARE - Mow & Trim. Hedge Trimming. Dependable. Reasonable Rates. Free estimates. Call Richard. Cell - 944-6301 or Home - 4490803. I TC ___________________________ DOTSON’S LANDSCAPING. FREE ESTIMATES. Residential & Commercial. 615-418-5318. Licensed & Insured. 9-9

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Home Improvement
LANGLEY HOME IMPROVEMENTS. All types of remodeling. Room Additions, decks, sunrooms, bath rooms. FREE Estimates. Licensed - BondedInsured 390-7010 or 7580094 I TC ___________________________ ESTES ROOFING. 22 Years Experience. Great rates. FREE Estimates. Workmanship Warranty. Wilson County’s most trusted roofing company. 443-3210.

Painting
ANTONELLI PAINTING and Repairs. 35 years experience. Interior/Exterior painting. Drywall repairs. Pressure Washing, Deck Refinishing, Replacement Windows. 449-6512 or 5123964. I TC ___________________________ SAVAGE PAINTING - Interior - Exterior. OWNER ON EVERY JOB. Very reasonable. Free estimates. References. Cell 337-2960, 8835810. ___________________________ ******B&H PAINTING***** Interior & Exterior. Free Estimates. Reasonable Rates. Give us a call. 615-4240133. I 7-15

Real Estate

Real Estate

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 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 newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis.

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Home Repair
ROBERSON Remodeling. OFFERING HOME REPAIR services of all types. Including carpentry (trim & finish), Painting, Plumbing, Electric, Replacement Doors, Windows, Gutters, Siding, Carports. Garage conversions. Richard 582-1079.

Don’t Tell Me You Can’t Buy a Home!

Linda McKenzie
REALTOR, ABR, CRS, GRI
Lindacanhelpyou@live.com

(615) 300-0676 (615) 385-9010

Pets
LEBANON ANIMAL SHELTER has loving cats, dogs, kittens, puppies. All breeds and sizes for adoption. 4441144. TC

2 MT. JULIET HOMES TO SEE
OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, AUGUST 16 • 2-4

Lawn Care
OWENS MOWIN’ Dependable.

Vacation
VACATION AT Disney/Orlando, Florida. One week available through October 2009. $700. Call 773-0572 after 9:30 am.

Reasonable rates. “For a Beautiful Manicured Lawn”. 754-2770. Call between 9am-10pm. 7 days. P 10-28

Weekly Bible Verse
WEEKLY BIBLE VERSE: This is my commandment, That ye love one another, as I have loved you. Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. John 15:12 & 13.

2005 Brick-Vinyl, 2195 S.F. 3 BEDR. 2 BA. 2 CAR Gar. Nice Area to live, lots of upgrades. $224,500. Call Marty for a Private Showing. Between Percy Priest and Old Hickory Lake. (6 Minutes) 106 Normany Drive in Normany Heights Sub. Div. NEW CONSTRUCTION 2009. 2001 sq. ft. 3 Bedrm., 2 ½ ba, 2 car garage, 3 sides brick-vinyl, pick out your colors with contract $199,700. Close to N. Krogers Behind Ace Hardware. Sunset Point, Mt. Juliet. HERMITAGE AREA 7, Frank Batson Built 2005, BrickVinyl, 2030 sq.ft., 3 Bedrm., 2½ ba. , 2 car garage. $209,900. 4288 Rachel Don. Pass AREA 7, 210 Brookecastle Condo $77,900. 1073 sq.ft., 2 Bedrm., 2ba., ground level, move in ready.

Dir. From Nashville. To exit 221 O.H. left on O.H. to next light, right on Central Pk., left on Chandler Radford, go 1½ mi. to left on Normandy Heights #106.

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for a FREE ESTIMATE

Call Jody 519-7880

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Painting
Vester Bradshaw’s Painting. Interior and exterior painting. Drywall & Texture Repair. Cabinet refinishing. Power washing, Driveway & Decks sealed. Minor carpentry work. 615642-6191.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR LEASE
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