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THE CHRONICLE
Celebrating our 28th year as the leading newspaper
in Mt. Juliet and West Wilson County
www.thechronicleofmtjuliet.com of Mt. Juliet
Volume 29 September 9, 2009 Number 35

A moment to honor
You Heard it First

MJ church

one of their own


celebrates
100 years
this month

Page 2

Type A flu
claims WCHS
guidance
counselor

Page 3

Serious
changes for
MJ sewer bills
start soon

Page 5

Wilson
County Fair
pageant
winners
Students at Wilson Central High School gather around the flagpole last Wednesday morning to pray and
Page 19 honor Kellie Whited, a guidance counselor at the school, who died at 2:33 a.m., Wednesday, September 2.
Photo by CATHY TOOMBS / Wilson Central High School
Page 2, The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, September 9, 2009

Green Hill Church of Christ to celebrate 100 years in MJ


The Green Hill Church on Sunday, September Church of Christ, located on
of Christ will celebrate its 20, 2009, with a special Lebanon Road in Mt. Juliet,
100 Year Anniversary at a worship service. Anyone for any length of time is
2009 Homecoming ceremony who has attended Green Hill invited to return as a special
guest for this Homecoming
service, followed by dinner
on the grounds.
The speaker for the
morning service will be Todd
Elliott, currently pulpit
minister at the Una Church
of Christ in Nashville, and
member of Green Hill during
his youth. Preceding the
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Bible class will be taught
by Glenn Martin, who also
A Condensed History gas lamps replaced the
previously worshipped with
The Green Hill Church kerosene lamps. In August
the Green Hill congregation
of Christ began meeting of 1926, electricity became
and has deep family ties
in 1909 in a borrowed one available and electric lights
there.
room school house located were installed. In 1941, it
about one mile west of the was decided to add three
present building. Families Sunday School rooms to the
which began this work here rear of the auditorium.
were Esq. Jim Adams, a As there was not a
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for many years. He led the 1950, construction began.
prayers, singing, served the On October 15, 1950, the
table for the Lord’s Supper, congregation moved into the
and taught the class. new building.
Buildings When the present
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congregation had outgrown
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rooms were erected in 1950,
it was thought to be large
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The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, September 9, 2009, Page 3

Type A flu claims Wilson Central


guidance counselor Kellie Whited
By Jennifer Horton and her family. There are illness and surgeries. She
Special to The Chronicle some emotional students could be sick and in the
and some emotional hospital and then back to
Kellie Whited, a teachers (here). You’re never work the next day because
much-loved guidance prepared. She was a great she had the driving force to
counselor at Wilson person and had such an “help those kids” at Wilson
Central High School who impact on our students. Central.”
three years ago received a She inspired some of these The family also
double-lung transplant for students to be thankful and wanted to thank “Dr. Ivan
a rare condition, died early to live up to their potential.” Robbins, Primary Pulmonary
Wednesday morning. Whited’s family Hypertension Specialist, at
A website that had a Vanderbilt Hospital and the
link for everyone to keep up entire transplant team. To
with her said Whited died the nurses and staff in MICU
from Type A Influenza and this past week who were
had signs of a bacterial and always in ‘full court press,’
viral infection. She became thank you as well. You are
sick on Aug. 27. She was 39. awesome!”
Whited and her husband Lorie Tomlinson,
Brad were parents of Caleb, secretary in the Guidance
7. Office at Wilson Central,
Students at Wilson said, “We are going to miss
Central were informed of her.”
her death last Wednesday She noted that
morning by Principal Travis Mayfield also told students
Mayfield. “how much she cared about
“It’s a sad day,” he released a statement which them. She made it a point to
said. said “Kellie Whited’s life get up and be here.”
Whited was has touched countless Others interviewed
diagnosed with primary people across this country in previous articles about
pulmonary hypertension, and especially in this Whited and her illness and
or PPH, in 2002. The illness county. She lived her life transplant reiterated her
has been described as “a as an inspiration to all. The dedication not only to her
narrowing and stiffening of majority of her life outside family but to her students as
the pulmonary arteries that the home was spent at well and noted that whenever
leave the right side of the Wilson Central High School
heart and travel to the lungs. as a guidance counselor. See WHITED, Page 4
The right side of the heart Many of these young people
must work especially hard to are receiving a college
push against this diseased education today because of
area and therefore the heart her untiring dedication to
develops complications as her profession. Along with
well.” The disease is rare being a wonderful mother,
and afflicts one in a million wife, daughter, sister,
people. Whited received daughter-in-law and sister-
her new lungs on July 19, in-law, Kellie was involved
2006. in many activities such as:
Mayfield called all
seniors at Wilson Central -- a Sunday School teacher
into the auditorium where at Fairview Church and
friend to many there. The Dr. Corey Jackson, D.D.S., L.L.C. Dr. Robert Archer, D.D.S., P.C.
he told them about Whited.
Each guidance counselor people of this congregation
follows students from their gathered around this family (We have moved directly across N. Mt. Juliet Road in the Caldwell Plaza Building)
freshmen through their in support on multiple • Dental Implants (Single Tooth and Implant Retained Dentures)
senior years. occasions.
• Painless Surgical Laser Procedures • Whitening • White Fillings
“I met with the -- Joykeepers Bible Study
with a group of women from • Cosmetic Dentistry • Extractions • Dentures • Veneers • Same Day Crowns
seniors. Mrs. Whited had
been with those kids four various churches in Wilson Now Accepting Healthsprings!
years,” he said. “I told them County.
Anxiety FREE Dentistry
as a group.”
Other students were -- “Donate Life” as a
volunteer due to the fact Serving Wilson County for over 35 years!
informed as well. Guidance
counselors from Southside she received a double lung
and Mt. Juliet were at
WCHS, the Fellowship of
Christian Athletes sent
transplant three years ago
due to Primary Pulmonary
Hypertension.
FREE WHITENING
some representatives and
with completion of exam,
local youth pastors were “To Brad, Kellie was cleaning and xrays.
also available for students known as ‘his girl’ and now
and staff to talk to during Kellie is known as ‘his angel.’ Expires: 10/31/09 NEW PATIENTS ONLY! WITH COUPON!
the day. Caleb always prayed for his
Mayfield said mom to not be sick anymore
students asked to go outside and to get better. Oh, the
to the flagpole where they wisdom of a 7-year-old.
offered prayers. “Kellie received and
gave love to a very large
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
He noted the
students and staff “want extended family. She has Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
to remember her in a forever placed her handprint
on the hearts of all of us.
40 West Caldwell Street, Suite 101 • Mt. Juliet, TN 37122
positive light and want to do
different memorials for her “Kellie never once
complained during her
(615) 754-5840 www.allsmilesforyou.com
Page 4, The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, September 9, 2009

WHITED, from Page 3 Wilson Central. grade transcripts for seniors this community. She never Tomlinson said
“She absolutely that she had been working stopped and went back to the staff at Wilson Central
her health permitted as she would not stay home,” on and wanted to make sure work. Kellie lived a normal talked on Wednesday how
was awaiting the transplant, Tomlinson said. they were completed. life and went to work every the disease that Whited
she would be at school. Whited was at work Tomlinson said she day, took Caleb to karate.” had, PPH, happens to one
Tomlinson noted that on Wednesday, Sept. 2, and told her it had already been Steed noted her in a million and how “she
since Whited’s transplant, “was fine,” she said, before taken care of by her and friend’s faith – they were really was one in a million.
her immune system was falling ill on Thursday. other guidance counselors members of Fairview Church She was upbeat and happy,
kept low so that she would Tomlinson said Debbie Hill, Jodi Davis and in Lebanon – and reminded not a worrier. She took care
not reject her new lungs. Whited called from the Lindsey McPherson. how the Joy Keepers class of those kids. They were her
And as soon as she could, hospital on Thursday “She said ‘OK.’ organized a fashion show number one priority outside
she returned to work at around lunchtime regarding The biggest thing on her in 2006 which Whited of her family,” she added.
mind was those senior attended a few months after Services for Mrs.
transcripts being taken care her transplant which raised Kellie Johnston Whited, 39,
of,” Tomlinson said, adding funds to help the family of Lebanon, were Saturday,
that Whited was sedated by with medical and living Sept. 5 at Fairview Church,
medical personnel a short expenses. 1660 Leeville Pike, Lebanon,
time later. Her phone call “Kellie was a dear with Brother Michael
was the last communication friend of unwavering faith. Christian officiating.
they had from her. She fought a good fight and Interment was in Cedar
Her long-time friend now has ultimate healing Grove Cemetery. For more
Darla Steed said, “She as she sits at the feet of her information see Page
impacted a lot of kids in King!”
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Fax: 615-758-0706 Some 45 veterans living in the Del Webb community in Mt. Juliet
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recently banded together to raise money to erect a flagpole behind
the community’s clubhouse. Called “Flag on the Point,” veterans
asked community members to donate $50.00 to install flags at their
residences, which six veterans worked to install last week. With help
from Lowe’s of Mt. Juliet, the group met their monetary goal needed

HOTEL FURNITURE to buy the 50 foot flagpole, installation kit, and oversized flag, but
community residents continue to ask for more flags. Above, from left
to right, are Steve Clark, Jim Morein, Lou Mineweaser, Pete Billing,

WAREHOUSE Don Taylor and Pat Unger. ~ Photo by Mark Hinesley

NOW OPEN IN HERMITAGE


3533 Hermitage Industrial Drive
(Just Off Central Pike) Hermitage, TN
ABSOLUTE AUCTION
Saturday, September 19, 2009•10:00 AM
Open Every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday LOCATION: West Richmond Shop Rd., Lebanon, Tennessee
Directions: From I-40 take exit 238, onto 231 South, go approx. 7 miles to West Richmond Shop Road. From Murfreesboro take 231 North
Hours 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM approx. 18 miles to West Richmond Shop Road or take St. Rt. 840 exit 65, turn left onto 231 North to West Richmond Shop Road.

SPECIAL ON SOFA SLEEPERS Phase 2-3 Bearwood Estates August 31, 2004 must be updated. 4.30 Acres fenced for a septic
Now $100 for limited time only! Previously priced at $150 sewer system W.C.U. Lots, possible per W.C.P. Office. Be the highest bidder and own a
Wilson County Investment.

Just arrived: Furniture from The Marriott Hotel In Nashville: Tract 1-17.72 Acres, Wooded and open tract of land 50’ road frontage. Subject Paul Crockett
July 30, 2009 Plat and deed of record.
Armoires - $189 3 Drawer Chest - $59 Club Chairs - $55
Leather Swivel Chairs - $55 Floor Lamps - $25 Tract 2-23.48 Acres, Wooded and open tract of land 50’ road frontage.

Table Lamps - $15 - $20 Mirrors - $40


Memory Foam Box Springs & Mattress-King Size $75-$95 Art - $20 Ottomans - $25

Plus Large Selection of Opryland Furniture


Mirros - $30
Dresser Desk-$39 Selling by the Acre Pick and Choose
Headboards - $20
Club Chairs w/ottomans - $89
Activity Tables - $25 Selling as tracts only September 19, 2009 Deed 1233 Page 1190 Woods full of deer and rabbits and other wildlife. Close to Cedars of
25” Color TV’s - $90 Lebanon State Park. Was approved 46 more lots. 17 have been developed as of now. Plats must be re-assigned at the Wilson County
Wing Back Chairs - $49 Planning office and other. Double wide and permanent foundation allowed.
17 Miles from Murfreesboro TN and 840 and also I-40 09 Taxes Prorated, seller TOT Properties.

Following TOT Auction 17’ - 23’ Acre


Tract 8, 52,55 will sell also in 1 tract At auction approx. 4 acres. 100’ road frontage.

JUST ARRIVED SHIPMENT OF NEW BEDDING!


Septic Tank, Water Tap. W.W.A.C.C Fee $100.00 a month (step system sand filter) Seller David and Brenda Rahrer.
Lots 8, 52 & 55 selling to the highest dollar.

Twin $119 • Full $149 Queen $169, Plus - Nitestands - BedSpreads - NON-QUALIFYING TERMS: Pay 30% non-refundable deposit and sign Purchase Contract. 6% interest rate, 1 thru 7 year loan, interest rate adjusted to Prime + 1%, annual principal payment with
interest payable quarterly.

Draperies - Luggage Racks - Bed Frames & Much More.


SALE DATE TERMS: Pay 10% Deposit day of sale and sign Purchase Contract. If terms are not desired, entire balance due upon delivery of Deed. Closing within 10 days of auction date.
TITLE: Sellers will furnish Warranty Deed and 2009 Taxes prorated. Give possession day of closing. Buyers may have house inspected prior to sale date
and buyer to sign waiver sales date. Selling as is.

New TV Cabinets - $125 (While They Last)


Owners and Century 21 Jones Realty and their agents will not be responsible for any accidents.
ALL INFORMATION BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE, BUT NOT WARRANTED.
ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE SALE DATE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER PRINTED MATERIAL.
®
CENTURY 21 JONES REALTY & AUCTION
Directions to warehouse: From I-40 East, take exit #221 A - then take Central Pike exit - turn left on 526 West Main Street • Lebanon, Tennessee 37087 • Phone 615-444-3752 • Firm Lic. No. 1124
Richard Macon, Jr., Lic. No. 569, Broker & Auctioneer • (615) 969-8151
Central Pike, Go 1.5 miles to Hermitage Industrial Drive. Or from Lebanon Pike (Hwy. 70) turn on Cen- Eddie Testamand, Lic. No. 1129, Auctioneer
tral Pike and go ½ mile to Hermitage Industrial Drive.
Page 5, The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, September 9, 2009 The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, September 2, 2009 Page 5

GladeFest antique car show hosted by


Gladeville Community September 19

The 7th Annual GladeFest Antique Car Show will be held on


Saturday, September 19, in the Gladeville Community just off of THE RIGHT TIRES AT THE RIGHT PRICE!
TN-840 at Stewarts Ferry Pike.
GLADEVILLE – The 7th
Annual GladeFest Antique/
awards will be presented at
1:30 p.m. We’ll Beat Your
Classic Car and Truck Show
will highlight a day of free
The official sponsor
of the 2009 car show Best Tire Price...
GUARANTEED!
family fun at GladeFest on is Manheim’s Nashville
Saturday, September 19, in Auto Auction. Questions
the Gladeville community regarding the car show may
just off of TN-840 at Stewarts be directed to David Denney
Ferry Pike. at (615) 449-1408.
The car show will GladeFest is a free
On all name-brand tires we sell - including
feature 39 classifications, family event with live music, Goodyear, Continental, Michelin and more.
with special awards in food, children’s activities,
the following categories: special events like the Music
President’s Choice, Longest City Washer Pitchin’ contest
Driven, Best of Show Stock and historical displays. More
and Best of Show Modified. information about GladeFest
Registration will take place is available by calling (615)
from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., and 443-6522. Requires presentation of competitor’s current price ad on exact tire sold by dealership within 30 days of purchase. See Service Advisor for
details. Offer valid with coupon. Expires 12/31/09

City ends summer sprinkling policy We service ANY MAKE, ANY MODEL vehicle!
The City of Mt Juliet 300 or 301 stop
is approaching the end of its watering October 7th you Lube, Oil &
summer sprinkling policy.
The city allows for 6
may resume watering April
9th 2010
$
39 95 Filter Change

23
months on averaging and 6 400 or 401 stop
months where the customer
pays for actual usage.
watering October 14th you
may resume watering April
Motorcraft® Premium Synthetic Blend oil & filter change, rotate
& inspect four tires, check air & cabin air filters Inspect brake No Appointment Necessary.
$ 95
The following chart 16th 2010. system, test battery, check belts & hoses top off all fluids.
While You Wait.
shows customers when to Any watering after Up to five quarts of Motorcraft® oil and Motorcraft oil filter. Taxes and
diesel vehicles extra. Disposal fees not included. Hybrid high-voltage battery Up to five quarts of Motorcraft oil. Taxes and diesel vehicles extra. Disposal
fees not included. Taxes extra. See Service Advisor for vehicle applications
stop watering and when they your stop date will increase test not included. See Service Advisor for vehicle applications and details.
Offer valid with coupon. Expires: 10/31/09. MJC and details. Offer valid with coupon. Expires: 10/31/09. MJC
can resume watering in the your sewer bill and affect

79
Cooling
99
spring. your average for next year.
If you your account
number starts with:
If you have any
questions, please feel free
$ 95 System $ 95
100 or 101 stop to call the City of Mt Juliet Flush
watering September 24th Sewer Billing Department at Flush system, replace contaminated coolant,
you may resume watering 615-754-2554 or stop by the Motorcraft® Brakes Installed! removes radiator deposits, enhances
March 27th 2010 new office located at 2365 N Engineered for your vehicle. cooling efficiency.
200 or 201 stop Mt Juliet Road, located at Motorcraft® pads or shoes on most cars and light trucks. Front or rear axle.
Inspect radiator for leaks. Check hoses, clamps & belts. Pressure test system for leaks.
Includes up to one gallon of coolant. Taxes, diesel vehicles and disposal fees extra.
watering September 30th the corner of North Mt Juliet Excludes machining rotors or drums. Taxes extra. See Service Advisor for vehicle
applications and details. Offer valid with coupon. Expires: 10/31/09. MJC
See Service Advisor for vehicle applications and details. Offer valid with coupon.
Expires: 10/31/09. MJC
you may resume watering Road and East Caldwell.
April 2nd 2010 www.tworiversford.com

Services available for children with


special needs
Wilson County Schools department of special education
provides services to all children with disabilities between MT. JULIET

the ages of 3 and 21. Services include evaluation and


76 Belinda Parkway Mt. Juliet
NASHVILLE

placement in a variety of programs designed to meet


OLD HICKORY BLVD.

615-889-9003
DONELSON PIKE

MT. JULIET ROAD

children’s unique needs. For more information, contact BELINDA PKWY.

Providence
Dr. Robbin Morthel, Special Education Program Marketplace

Coordinator at 444-9610, extension 3310 or email HOURS: Monday-Friday 7am-6pm, Saturday 7am-3pm
morthelr@wcschools.com. No appointment necessary, while you wait service!
Page 6, The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, September 9, 2009

NOW SHOWING Obituaries


For Listings Call 444-4799 (Movie Line) or Visit www.roxylebanon.com
Halloween 2 (R)
ADVEY, James “Jim” Louis
Final Destination 4 (R)
12:10 2:25 4:30 7:10 9:45 9:40 James “Jim” Louis Advey, age 79, of Murfreesboro,
G. Force (PG) Ingiorious Basterds (R) died September 7, 2009. He was a native of Painesville,
12:00 2:25 4:30 7:10 9:45 12:00 3:00 6:30 9:35
9 (PG-13) Gamer (R) OH. Private graveside service will be at Roselawn Memorial
12:10 2:30 4:30 7:10 9:40 12:00 2:25 4:35 7:10 9:45 Gardens with Father James Kallarackan, OFM, officiating.
GI Joe (PG-13) The Time Traveler’s Wife (PG-13) He is survived by his loving wife of 55 years, Irene Advey,
12:05 3:00 7:00 9:40 12:00 2:20 4:40 7:10 9:40
I CAn Do Bad All Myself (PG-13) Shorts (PG) daughters and sons in law, Charlene and Rick Fakes of
12:00 2:20 4:40 7:10 9:45 12:05 2:25 4:30 7:10 Nashville, Joanne Advey and Ronald Walton of Old Hickory,
Sorority Row (R) Whiteout (R)
12:05 2:25 4:40 7:05 9:45 12:00 2:20 4:35 7:05 9:45 Diane and Daniel Reed of Mt. Juliet, grandchildren, Nicholai
Reed, Hypatia (Matthew) Steed, Kimberly and Ryan Fakes,
On Screen Advertising Only $300.00 Call 444-4664 great grandson, Brenden Steed, and the youngest love of
Internet Ticketing & Gift Cards Available! • Showings Begin on September 11. 2009 his life, great granddaughter, Harper Reed Dean. Mr. Advey
Mon. — Senior & Military Day • Wed. — Emergency & Medical Personnel
was of the Catholic faith. He served his country and retired
ROXY MOVIE THEATRE
200 Legends Drive • Lebanon • 444-4664
after 22 years in the US Air Force. Then he went on to work
www.roxylebanon.com • Theater Rentals Available
another 22 years at Bridgestone before his retirement. In lieu
of flowers, memorials may be made to the Beesley Animal
Humane Foundation in his memory. Visitation will be from
2 until 8 p.m. Thursday at Woodfin Memorial Chapel. 615-893-5151. www.woodfinchapel.
com
CAIN, Bernard Nelson
Bernard Nelson Cain, age 97, of Mt. Juliet, TN died Thursday, September 3, 2009.
Mr. Cain was a Lieutenant in the U.S. Coast Guard serving during WWII. He was retired
from General Motors and enjoyed farming. He was the son of the late Jesse Lee and
Caroline Ellen Wilson Cain. He was also preceded in death by his brother, Earl Cain and
sister, Helen Hamblin. He is survived by: wife – Merrianne Kunkel Cain of Mt. Juliet, TN;
sons – Russel Cain of Nashville, TN, Bruce Cain of Mt. Juliet, Gregg Cain of Branson, MO;
daughters – Cindy (Roger) Morse of Mt. Juliet, TN, Jeanne Dunn of Springfield, MO; brother
James (Nancy) Cain of Denver, CO; 18 Grandchildren; 22 Great-Grandchildren. At Mr.
Cain’s request, his remains will be cremated and no services are planned. Arrangements
by Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt. Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615)773-
2663. Obit Line (615)641-2663, www.bondmemorial.com

HOLLOPETER, Curtis D.
Curtis D. “Curt” Hollopeter passed to his eternal rest
at 7:00 A.M. September 3, 2009. Mr. Hollopeter was preceded
in death by his wife, Laura J. “June” of Lebanon, his parents,
Clayton D. and Nellie Hollopeter of Toledo, Ohio, and a
granddaughter, Kristin Hollopeter of Toledo. He is survived by
his sister, Gloria Hinkle, Temple, TX, four children, Suzanne
(Ed) Erdmann of Austin, TX; Jodi (Jerry) Davis of Mt. Juliet;
Dina (Mike) Bozsoki of Lebanon, and Craig Hollopeter (Carol)
of Toledo; six grandchildren, Jay, Andy and Emily Erdmann,
Jennifer Davis-Kelley and Jessica Gould, and Tim Hollopeter.
He also has seven great-grandchildren: Jacob, Josh, Erin,
Maddie, Emma, Ben and Oliver. Mr. Hollopeter, a Protestant,
was a charter member of the Conn-Weissenberger American
Legion Post 587 in Toledo, Ohio.
While mourning the loss of its
patriarch, the family plans to
privately honor his memory
and celebrate his life at a place
and time yet to be determined. They have asked that, in
lieu of flowers, friends of the family may make contributions
to Make-A-Wish of Northwest Ohio, 405 Madison Avenue,
Ste 210, Toledo, OH 43603. Sellars Funeral Home, 313

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Frederick Laurent Jacquemin, Sr., age 69, of Mt.
Juliet, TN died Tuesday, September 1, 2009. Mr. Jacquemin
was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. He was the son of
the late Henry Ernest Jacquemin, Sr. and Dorothy Winifred
Tetro Jacquemin. He is survived by wife, JoAnn Jacquemin
of Lebanon, TN; son Frederick L. (Anita) Jacquemin, Jr. of
Mt. Juliet, TN; daughters, Lorrain Jacquemin of Mt. Juliet,
TN, Loretta (Kristofer) Holmgren of Mt. Juliet, TN; brothers,
Henry Jacquemin, Jr. of Torrington, CT, Gordon (Joy)
Please Welcome Allie Henderson, M.D. Jacquemin of Camarillo, CA; grandchildren, Kyle, Kristofer
Summit Medical Center is pleased to welcome Allie Henderson, M.D. and Cody Holmgren, Nicholas and Jonathan Castagna,
specializing in Internal Medicine close to where you live and work. Dr. Travis, Drew and Cole Jacquemin; nephews, Laurent
Henderson is now serving our community as a hospitalist at Summit James, Mark, Michael and Jeffrey Jacquemin. Funeral
Medical Center. As a hospitalist, Dr. Henderson focuses on the care of services will be conducted 2 p.m. Saturday, September 5,
patients during their hospital stay. She is board certified by the American at Bond Memorial Chapel. Flowers accepted or memorials
Board of Internal Medicine. may be made to: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital,
Summit Medical Center 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105-1942 Visitation
5655 Frist Boulevard will be 4-8 p.m. Friday at Bond Memorial Chapel, N. Mt.
Hermitage, TN 37076 Juliet Road and Weston Drive, Mt. Juliet, TN. (615)773-
2663. Obit Line (615)641-2663, www.bondmemorial.com
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CHURCH, from Page 2 Preachers years there was a different March 6, 1921, Bro. Burton faithfulness and devotion to
It is impossible to list preacher nearly every month. preached and received $2.60 the Lord’s work during the
was added to the front of the all who have preached for During the early years, for his effort. lean years and trying times
building in 2000. Presently, the congregation during the preaching was held once Irby C. Pullias was perhaps the difference
consideration is being given past 100 years. If such as a month. The preacher’s preached on a regular basis between success and failure
to expanding the fellowship list were possible, few of the salary was generally paid by from 1924 through 1948, of the church. His wise
hall and creating additional very well known preachers the amount of contribution and held gospel meetings in counsel was needed and
parking. would be left out. For many collected that day. On 1925, 1958, and 1965. His heeded by the elders under
whose oversight he labored.
Athens Clay Pullias,
HURRY IN FOR BEST SELECTION! although never engaged
to work regularly with the
congregation, was a true
friend and ever present
throughout the years. He
held several gospel meetings
in the 1930’s, and also in
1948 and 1966. On many
occasions where there was
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Ledford then preached
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From staff reports run late in the third quarter, Whites Creek comes to town
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remained undefeated on the Enriques Perry tied the score
still-young season with a at 35 on the first play of the
thrilling 42-35 victory over next drive with an 80-yard
District 9AAA rival Gallatin touchdown run.
Friday night in the Bear It took the Golden
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WCHS Homecoming Court named


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Locke, senior. Homecoming festivities begin this Friday with the parade of floats at 6:25 p.m. and the
615-319-2101 introduction and crowning of the court at 6:45. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. ~ Photo by Katie Holmes / The Wilson
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MJ volleyball tourney proceeds
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FURNITURE AND BEDDING back to cancer research. ~ Photo by Randy Self
15325 Lebanon Rd. in Shiloh Plaza (next to SAVE-A-LOT GROCERY) 758-0858 From staff reports
The inaugural Mt. Juliet
Sand Volleyball Tournament
was held last weekend at
Charlie Daniels Park.
Tournament proceeds
were donated to Athletes
for a Cure (Prostate Cancer
Research), and the Lance
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Ten teams competed
with Mt. Juliet’s own
Los Muchachos (Steven
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home top honors.
Tournament sponsors
included: Subway of Mt.
Juliet, US Community Credit
Union, Two River’s Ford,
Dick’s Sporting Goods and
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“I plan for this tournament
to become bigger and better
every year,” said tournament
organizer Ryan Armstrong.
“Anyone is interested
in playing, volunteering, or
sponsoring should contact
me at 615-289-9181.”
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, September 9, 2009, Page 13

Annual Pow Wow to celebrate Native American culture APPLES


From staff reports at 11:45 a.m. on Sept. 26. walk was created to
Rep. Susan Lynn, who recognize the hardships BREEDEN’S ORCHARD & COUNTRY STORE
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Removal Act by President Sun. 12-5
this year, organizers said, Andrew Jackson. The walk
as Gov. Phil Bredesen is sponsored by Cook’s
has signed a bill by United Methodist Church,
the legislature making Mt. Juliet Pow Wow and the
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appropriate programs, the fifth annual “Trail of for everyone 13 and older. closed for lunch from 12 - 1
ceremonies and activities, Tears” walk, which will Everyone attending is
including activities relating
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to the culture, traditions at Cedar Ridge Church chairs. Brian S. Kruger, DDS
and languages of Native and end at Cook’s United For more information 2788 N. Mt. Juliet Rd. • Mt. Juliet • TN • 37122
Americans,” according to Methodist Church. There on the Pow Wow, visit www.
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Tennessee Region Antique Automobile Club of American, Lebanon.
There will be 63 classes of automobile competition with the first
400 automobiles receiving a dash plaque and shirt. There will be • No obligation trial on all hearing aids
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The silent auction starts at 6 p.m. and concludes at 7 p.m. For
tickets call Mrs. Allen in Room F100 at 615-453-4600.
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The City of Mt. Juliet would like to continue providing Fall Job Career Fair at Vol State September 23
a free service to the unemployed citizen of Mt Juliet by
advertising their resume on Channel 3; just go to the
www.cityofmtjuliet.org to add your resume. For more
information call 615-754-2552.

Business Opportunity- Looking for Consultants in this area for More than a thousand people turned out for the Vol State Job Career Fair last fall.
a new business opportunity by creators of “Proactiv” solution for More than 50 It’s a chance for job seekers to “Locally the job
acne. The two most successful doctors in skin care, Dr. Rodan + businesses are expected to get resumes directly into the climate is still fair to poor,”
Dr. Fields have new products available without a prescription ad-
dressing sun damage and aging. This is a network marketing/direct attend the upcoming Fall hands of the people hiring, said Dr. Rick Parrent,
selling business and a ground floor opportunity. To apply: Contact Job Career Fair at Volunteer and see what opportunities Director of Career Placement.
Jacqueline Qualls 615-390-3405 for more information. State Community College. are available. “This makes an event like
this even more important for
job seekers.”
The businesses will
have tables at the event
so they can meet one-
on-one with job seekers.
There will also be sessions
on job searching in an
economic downturn and the
importance of a professional
career vocabulary.
“Debbie Watts is a
career transition coach,” Dr.
Parrent said. “She will talk
about the skill set for specific
careers and the vocabulary
you need to be competitive.”
The Fall Job Career
Fair will be held Wednesday,
September 23, from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. in the Pickel Field
House, on the Volunteer
State campus at 1480
Nashville Pike in Gallatin.
The event is free and open
to the public. For more
information call 615-230-
3307.

West Wilson Basketball


Association (WWBA) will hold
registrations at West Wilson
Middle School on Saturday,
September 12, from 9 a.m. until
1 p.m. Registration will also be
held at Carroll-Oakland and
Southside Elementary schools
at the same time. You may
also register by downloading
the 2009 registration
forms, signing the second
page, including payment
and sending everything in
postmarked by September
12. Fee before September
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Stoner Creek, Tuckers
Crossroads, WA Wright, West,
MJMS, Wilson Central, MJHS
and WWMS.
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Community Reflections from an


Calendar Old Friend
MJ Rec Room closed
September 8 - 26
MJCA Celebrates 30 Years
The Mt. Juliet Community Center’s Game Room will be closed Who would have thought that little ole Mt. Juliet would have grown up to be such a great
starting Tuesday, September 8, through Saturday, September place to live, work, shop, play and get the best education around? We’re surely more than a wide
26, due to early voting on the wheel tax referendum that will spot in the road now. People all across this great country now know exactly where Mt. Juliet is.
be taking place during that time. City staff apologizes for any As a matter of fact, I go around telling people you might have heard of us. The exciting thing
inconvenience. about maturing as a city is that our character, integrity and the way of life in Mt. Juliet continues
to be the best, and only gets better. One such success story out of all the success stories in
High School Swimming Informational Meeting Mt. Juliet is our very own Mt. Juliet Christian Academy. Did you know that Mt. Juliet Christian
September 10 Academy just celebrated its 30th year in Mt. Juliet? That’s right, thirty years and still growing
strong.
Lebanon High School is having an informational meeting about We have lots of great services here in Mt. Juliet and Mt. Juliet Christian Academy is
High School Swimming on Thursday, September 10, 7 p.m. at one of those services. There are many great private schools throughout Tennessee, but this
the Jimmy Floyd Family Center. Call Cindy Baker 453-4545 for one is ours. It bares our towns name and has been very instrumental in turning out some very
further information. successful and bright young men and women.
Concert for a Cause I’m proud to call Mt. Juliet, Tennessee home and I’m proud to know that we offer great
private educational opportunities right here in Mt. Juliet. If you are considering a private education
September 12 for your son or daughter, please consider Mt. Juliet Christian first. They have been molding
On Saturday, September 12, The Exchange Club of West young minds and lives for thirty years.
Wilson County Presents: ‘A Concert For A Cause’ from 6 In closing, I would like to congratulate Mt. Juliet Christian Academy and the entire staff
p.m. – until…at Providence MarketPlace outside the entrance on thirty wonderful years of service to the citizens of Mt. Juliet and beyond. Your impact will be
to the Movie Theater. Free Admission! The event will be Co- forever felt and your service to our community is much appreciated.
Sponsored by the Mt. Juliet/West Wilson County Chamber of Go MJCA Saints!
Commerce. Donations will be accepted for the Mt. Juliet Help
Center . Bring your lawn chair and enjoy some great music by
Wilson County AARP Chapter #5023 Show and Tell
The Jazz Aliance, Alina Tatum, Darby Ledbetter and also the September 15
Southbound Band. Wilson County AARP Chapter #5023 will meet at Westland United Methodist Church on Tuesday,
September 15, at 10 a.m. AARP members would like to share their show and tell items again,
West Wilson Historical Society Meeting so if you have anything at all that you would like to share, they would love you to show and tell
September 13 your wares.
West Wilson County Historical Society will meet Sunday, Wilson County Young Republicans Meet
September 13, at 2 p.m. at Rutland Place. The guest speaker September 17
will be Mrs. Nancy Gray, whose husband, John Gray, has a
The Wilson County Young Republicans will meet at 7 p.m., Thursday, September 17, at Logan’s
unique history with lighthouses. He grew up in a lighthouse on
Roadhouse located at Providence shopping center in Mt. Juliet. This month the speaker will be
the Chesapeake Bay. In 1870, John’s great-grandfather was the
Weston Wamp, son of GOP gubernatorial candidate Zach Wamp. For more information, email
first lighthouse keeper at the Bay. Mrs. Gray will share stories
wilsonyr@gmail.com, phone 615-583-9797, or visit www.wilsonyr.com.
about family life in a lighthouse. She will also share historical
events that occurred during the Civil War about how the Mt. Juliet/West Wilson Chamber Annual Golf Tournament
southern ships gathered at the end of the Potomac River trying September 17
to seize Washington and burn the nation’s Capital. She will show
The Mt. Juliet/West Wilson County Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Golf Classic
many period pictures. The Grays now live in Mt. Juliet. For more
tournament on Thursday, September 17, at Pine Creek Golf Club. Registration and lunch will
information call 615-773-6111. Rutland Place is located at 373
begin at 12:30 p.m., with a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m. and awards presentations to follow. The
NW Rutland Road, Mt. Juliet.
tournament will be played as a four person scramble. Players may enter as a team or individuals.
WC Grand Squares Open House Teams will be flighted by the Club Pro into three flights, based on a full field, based on scores.
September 17 and 24 Limit one pro per team. All golfers receive complimentary whole hog roast lunch, free drinks all
day, goodie bag loaded with items, tickets to the Preview Party which includes silent auction, live
Wilson County Grand Squares will host two open houses on
music, great food and cold beverages, two free Mulligans, discounted practice rounds the week
Thursday, September 17 and 24, from 7 – 8 p.m. at the Gladeville
before the tourney, a free putting contest, and a change to win a car, $5,000 and $1,000,000
Community Center. The open house gives you a taste of square
in putt and shot contests. For more information and to register call 615-758-3478 or register
dancing. Classes are fun and simple and only $4.00 – anyone
online at www.mtjulietchamber.com.
can be a square dancer. New class members are assisted by
an experienced dancer, and a few different calls are taught Mt. Juliet Animal Shelter Yard Sale/Auction
each night to make it enjoyable. For more information call 615- September 19
758-4080 or 615-504-9255. The Gladeville Community Center
is located at 95 McCreary Road, in Gladeville. Volunteers are needed for the Mt. Juliet Animal Shelter: dog and cat lovers are needed for the
7 – 10 a.m. and the 4 – 7 p.m. shifts, which are 10 minutes a day, 30 minutes, a day, and hour

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or two – whatever you can spare! A yard sale/auction fund raiser will also be held to benefit the
shelter on Saturday, September 19, at 547 N. Mt. Juliet Road in the parking lot, beginning around
7 a.m. For more information on how you can help call 615-773-5533 or email coordinator Jon
www.thechronicleofmtjuliet.com of Mt. Juliet Gray at pastorjongray@aol.com.

Published each Wednesday in West Wilson County by Mt. Juliet Communications, Inc. Does your child have problems with Math? Do you want to avoid having them?
A home-owned and operated community newspaper. September 24
Tomi Wiley Tonya Hinesley Mathnasium of Mt Juliet will be offering a FREE parent workshop for parents of students in
Managing Editor Production Manager Kindergarten through 2nd/3rd grade. The workshop will be held Thursday, September 24, from
editor@thechronicleofmtjuliet.com production@thechronicleofmtjuliet.com
6:30 until 8:00 p.m. This workshop will equip parents with the tools needed to help build vitally
Amanda Oswalt Brenda Parker
Sales Manager Accounts Manager
needed math skills at home, in the car or just about anywhere. The focus will be on building a
amanda@thechronicleofmtjuliet.com brenda@thechronicleofmtjuliet.com strong understanding of what numbers do to help make adding and subtracting easier. We will
Mailing Address: Telephone: 754-6111 also talk about the beginnings of multiplication. This workshop is for any parent wanting to know
P.O. Box 647 Fax: 754-8203 what to do at home to help build your child’s math skills. If you have ever wondered what you
Mt. Juliet, TN 37121 Office Hours: could be doing at home, this workshop is for you. Please RSVP at mtjuliet@mathnasium.com
Office Location: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. M-F
11509 Lebanon Road Classified Deadline:
or call Jon Willis at 615-469-2180 if you want to be on the guest list. The workshop will be at
Mt. Juliet, TN 37122 1 p.m. every Monday Mathnasium, located at 3580 N Mt Juliet Rd. Space is limited so please call right away if you
want to attend.
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Acreage Business Opportunity Business Services Business Services Business Services


LAND WANTED: Want to Great career opportunity PIANO TUNING & REPAIR TERRY’S AUTO GLASS STUMP BUSTERS & TREE
buy land!! If you have land with fortune 200 company. Johnson’s Piano Services. Windshield Repairs or Auto SERVICES BY TW. Trees
you want to sell please con- Interviews being held Mon. Over 20 Years Experience. Glass replacement. FREE trimmed, removed & stump
tact 754-2019. TC & Thurs. Advance Com- 754-6017. P 10-21 Mobile Service. Established grinding. BOBCAT WORK.
___________________________ mission, Training Provided, ___________________________ “1989”. Insurance ap- Yard grading, Light Dump
Stock & Bonus. Call Teresa MASONRY - Brick, Block, proved. Serving Middle TN. Truck Hauling. Insured.
604-1491. Rock. Fireplace repairs. All 758-6339. Free estimates. 568-2716.
Auctions ___________________________
___________________________ types. 444-2297 Mike. P 9 P 8-19
JUNK HAULING & LOTS
Looking for Home Interiors ___________________________ ___________________________
MORE Clean basements,
& Gifts? We’re still around BARRETT TREE & LAWN We work on all brands of
attics, & yards. Most gut-
!"3/,54%,!+%&2/.4!5#4)/. with a brand new name
“Celebrating HOME” Same
SERVICE. Tree removal,
trimming, hauling, firewood.
ters. Haul cars 4 Free. Land- mowers & tractors. 6,000
sq. ft. of service SHOP. 2
2!2%/00/245.)49 scaping. Stump Grinding.
great products, fundraising Lawn Care, Mulching. Li- Pressure washing. Decks & mechanics with 35 years ex-
,!+%-%!$/742!),s-4*5,)%4 4. opportunities, job oppor- censed & Insured. 758-3893 perience at the lowest prices
Driveways sealed. Call us 4
3!452$!9 3%044( !- tunities, an awesome host- or 579-8319. P anything. Robin or Mike. anywhere. 847-4105. Mon-
$)2%#4)/.3 &ROM .!3(6),,% )  %!34 EXIT /,$ ()#+/29 ",6$
TURN 2)'(4 ON !.$2%7 *!#+3/. 0+79 BECOMES 3!5.$%236),,% ess program with free and 443-7146 /485-4510, Fri. 9am to 4pm only please
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NEW added benefits with HIGHMARK TURF SALES ___________________________ Child Care
our wonderful food and en- AND INSTALLATION. Lawn BUNCH ROCK & BRICK:
tertaining line. Contact me reconstruction, sodding Mail Boxes, entrances, flow-
today for more details! Anita and seed & straw. Grading er beds, retainer wall and Child Care in My Home.
758-8151 and topsoil delivery. Bob- repairs. NEW - We also do Providence area. Flexible
cat work. Paver patios and stucco. Free estimate. 754- Rates & Hours. Full time
Business Services driveways. Structural and 5034. TC opening available. Call 758-
___________________________
decorative retaining walls. 7122. I TC
PRESSURE WASHING UN-
s"EAUTIFUL#USTOM,UXURY(OMEON/LD(ICKORY,AKE Firepits & Pathways. Li-
LIMITED, INC. Cleaning
s   31&4"EDROOMS "ATH(OMEON  !CRES censed & Insured. Call Greg Services Include: Houses
Classes
s!PARTMENT)N ,AW3UITEs(EATED4ILE&LOORSs0OOL
s,AWN)RRIGATIONs-ULTI ,EVEL$ECKSs0RIVATE @ 615-506-2127 for a FREE - Gutters - Driveways -
s'OTOOURWEBSITEFORA6IRTUAL4OURAND!DDITIONAL)NFORMATION Estimate. P 9-9 Decks & More. Call Dean
s02% !5#4)/./&&%23!2%7%,#/-% #!,,4/$!9 ___________________________
Donelson Christian Academy
at 516-9438 for FREE PAINTING CLASSES
4%2-3 $/7. 3)'.!5#4)/.#/.42!#4#,/3%"9   WILLETTE STONE WORK. Estimate. I TC
!&)6%0%2#%.4"59%2302%-)5-7),,"%!$$%$4/4(%&).!,")$
Stone jobs - Walls - Plant-
Oil or Acrylic
___________________________
ers - Outdoor Fire pit/Grill
Mon. nights – 6pm – 9pm
3%%!$$)4)/.!,).&/2-!4)/.!4 DUN-RITE Garage Door
- Mailboxes, etc. FREE Esti- Service. Sales - Service
10 week course
- Installation - Repairs.
Begin - 9/14/09
3!5.$%236),,%2$ mates. Christian contractor
(%.$%23/.6),,% 4.
Overhead Doors & Open- Instructor
0(s4!# with 15 years experience.
ers. FREE Estimates on Re- Bob Hollingsworth
).&/#!,,3(!7.*!#+3/.
!002%.4)#%!5#4)/.%%2 Call 615-934-6567.
-!2+7),,)!-3 !5#4)/.%%2  placements. 758-6285 or Age 17--Adult Class size – 8 - 15
2%!,%34!4%!'%.40!24)#)0!4)/. 3%%7%"3)4%&/225,%3
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577-1203
Cleaning

**ALL PRO SERVICES **


CLEANING: Specializing in
615-453-8776 windows, carpets, gutters,
pressure washing, driveway
PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATIONS sealing. Air Duct Clean-
• FLATSCREEN TVS • OUTSIDE SPEAKERS ing & Blind Cleaning. Free
• SURROUND SOUND • HARDWIRE NETWORKING estimates & references.
Jim 754-5047. Christian
Owned/Operated.
___________________________
TWO GIRLS & A BROOM.
4 Seasons Tree Service Residential Cleaning. Quali-
• Trimming • Storm Damage • Removal ty work. References. Free es-
• Chipper Service • Maintenance • Stump Removal
timates. Insured. 758-3176.
24-Hour Emergency Service
Cell 568-6131, 968-7445.
Call Today For A Free Estimate
Leonard Matthews (Owner) • Licensed & Insured
We’re proud to serve Wilson County with 14 Years of Experience Commercial
Cell 585-5102
FOR LEASE - Commercial
Space - Hwy 109 area and

HIGH TOP TREE SERVICE Mt. Juliet area! Call for more
information ROBINSON
• Removal PROPERTIES 754-2019.
• Chipper Service ___________________________
• Bobcat Service • Bush Hogging
• Pressure Washing COMMERCIAL SPACES
• Storm Damage
• Stump Grinding FOR LEASE. 500-3,000
• Cable Reinforcement
• Thinning/Maintenance SQUARE FEET. 754-2019.
___________________________
FREE ESTIMATES
Licensed & Insured ($1 Million Liability)
LeRoy Watkins, Manager • 28 years Experience
210-7137
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CLASSIFIEDS Deadline 1 p.m. Monday

Commercial Commercial Electrical For Sale Garage Sales

Do you want a Codes ap- Sign Up Now - Limited In- ARC ELECTRICAL SER- 1) High Quality Full Mattress Yard Sale Sat. Sept. 12 7-1
proved place to work on at side space. STOR-UR-MOW- VICES. Call for all your Set. New w/Warranty. Can 807 Overhills Drive in Lang-
least 2 vehicles at a time? ER for the winter. As low electrical needs. Competi- deliver. Lists $240.00, sac- ford Farms off East Bend,
We have it. $350 and up. as $69.95. Nov - Dec - Jan tive rates. 754-9790. rifice $117.00. New Queen glassware, cookbooks,
No lease. No Deposit. Codes - Feb. Call Jim - 9 to 5 for Set Lists $299, Sell $127. crafttable, lamps, an more.
615-394-0861.2) New King DON’T MISS THIS ONE!
approved. Paint Booth avail- details. 207-9140. I Mattress set in plastic. Nev- ___________________________
able. Utilities furnished.
847-4105 or Jim 207-9140 Concerete Concerete er used. Warranty inc. Re- BIG BACK YARD SALE Sat.
tails for $360. Will sell for only 9/12. 6:30 AM - 3:30
any time. I TC $187. 615-575-5992. 3) PM 690 N. Greenhill Rd. off
___________________________ Bedroom set-Cherry or pine Lebanon Rd.
Do you NEED Help in start- CONCRETE SPECIALIST OF TENNESSEE finish. Queen/Full Bed- ___________________________
ing your Business? We have room Set $397.00 Mike, Garage Sale, September 11
Specializing in aggregate stamped & all custom concrete
work shops available at $.50 615-394-0861. New in box- & 12, 7AM-3PM 1004 Bran-
to $.75 per sq. ft. We’ll help COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL es. Lists $999.00. Will sell don Ct. Collectibles, furni-
for $567.00. Lay-a-way ture, kitchenwares, tools,
you get started in Auto Re- Parking Lots • Building Slabs • Masonry • Retaining Walls
Concrete Repair • Driveways • Sidewalks available. Can deliver. 615- much more. Everthing must
pair & Body Work. By fur- 394-0861. 4) All new, all go!
nishing lifts, compressors • Sealing • Storm Shelters • Pole Barns
Prompt Service • Free Estimates Within 24 Hours leather Sofa & Loveseat. ___________________________
and utilities to help you No vinyl!!! Lists $1899, will Garage Sale, Saturday Sept.
30 Years Experience • Insured & Licensed
get started in these trying sell for $957.00. Lay-a-way 12, 1136 Woodridge Place,
times. Call me for more info.
Call Ricky Jones 615-585-6586 available. Can deliver. 615- Household items and decor,
Jim 207-9140. 9 to 5 only. 394-0861.5) Queen Memory furniture, antiques, jewelry,
I TC Dozer For Rent Foam Mattress Brand new war books, lap tops, desk top
___________________________ with warranty $287.00. Also, computer, ‘97 F-150 Truck,
have a boxspring if needed. Subaru, misc. clothes, ta-
Space available now for auto BOBCAT, BUSH HOGGING, DUPLEX - Mt. Juliet. Rented
Call Mike at 615-394-0891 bles of new fall style Natu-
repairs. Some w/lifts. Room DUMP TRUCK, BACKHOE. 1, have another. 2Bed- w/ questions. 615-394- ralizer shoes size 6 only.
for 5 to6 autos. As low as Concrete work. Fill Dirt and room.Deposit. References. 0861. I TC ___________________________
$450. Utilities paid and no Gravel. Portable Welding. No pets. $600 per month. Garage Sale, Sat. Sept. 12
lease. No Deposit. Jim 207- FREE Estimates. Cell 347- Call 754-7675 or 758-5109 Garage Sales 8AM-4PM, lots of good stuff.
0433, 754-0090. I
9140. 9 to 5 only. . I TC 812 Ridgetop Drive, Mt. Ju-
___________________________
___________________________ ___________________________ SWEET REPEATS liet.
DOZER & BOBCAT SER-
We need Auto Trim & Uphol- VICE. Driveways - Lawns - 337 HICKORY DR, 1700 SQ. CONSIGNMENT SALE
stery in our complex. 1500 Harley Rake - Ponds. Dump FT. 3BR, 2BA. Kitchen with Help Wanted
Fall/Winter children’s cloth-
sq. ft for $800 mo. No Lease, Truck & Gravel Hauling. eat-in area. Den with fire- ing, Ladies & Maternity, Re-
No Deposit. Utilities paid. Concrete Patios & Drive- place. All appliances. 2 car ceiving Sept. 11, 10-1 & 3-
ways. French Drain Sys- Labor apprentice wanted.
Call Jim 207-9140. garage. Near Old Hickory 6 Sept. 12, 10-2 Sale Dates, Remodeling & Landscaping.
I TC tems. Serving Mt. Juliet. Lake & Lakeview School. Sept. 13, 3-6 Sept. 17, 8-7, Must have transportation.
___________________________ FREE ESTIMATES. 479- NO PETS. Available 9-15-
2762 Sept. 18, 8-5 1/2 Price Sept. 40 hours a must. No part
We need a Cabinet & Wood- 09. $1,000 per month. De- 19, 8-2 Salon Masi Suite in time. 758-9954.
working shop in our com- Driveways posit & Lease required. Call Lennox Plaza, 14665 Leba- ___________________________
plex. 1,500 - 2,000 sq. ft. 758-5241. I 9-17 non Rd. Mt. Juliet, across NOW HIRING:Companies
$700 month. No lease, no ___________________________ from Hickory Hills & St. Ste- desperately need Employ-
J.C. MOSELEY BLACKTOP ees to assemble products
deposit. Utilities paid. Call 1 acre fenced lot. Available phen Robin 758-3503 P
Driveways ~~ Parking Lots at home. No selling, any
Jim 207-9140. I TC Sept. 1. Located near Hard- Huge Estate Yard/Garage
~~ Resurface Old Driveways hours. $500 weekly poten-
ees on Lebanon Road and Sale, Sept. 11, 12, 13, Fri.,
~~ Seal Coating. 319-7922. tial. Info 1-985-646-1700
Mt. Juliet Road. Gate can . Sat., Sun., 368 Spring Val-
Dept. TN-4183
COMMERCIAL SPACE Electrical be locked for security. Must ley Drive (Paradise Acres)
FOR LEASE provide your own insur- Mt. Juliet. 7AM-5PM NO
North Mt Juliet ance. Pricing will depend on EARLY BIRDS PLEASE.
LICENSED & INSURED ___________________________
Kroger Center length and use of property.
ELECTRICIAN. Residential
Retail: 1,500-4,200 SF 758-5241. I 9-23
& Commercial. Also, Cable/
Medical Office: 2,100 SF Phone Installation. Senior For Sale MJHS Band Yard Sale
Citizen Discount. REASON-
ABLE RATES. All work September 12 • 7:30 - 2:00
guaranteed. 615- 316- MUST SELL STEEL
Zac Cypress Sale held at MJHS Band Room
9323. I M BUILDINGS FROM
(615) 850-2746 Proceeds to Benefit the
___________________________ 2008 INVENTORY
RAY ELECTRIC. No Job CANCELLATIONS, MJHS Band of Gold
Too Small. Family owned ONE IS 30X42, 1800 Curd Road
COMMERCIAL & operated. Licensed & in- WILL SELL FOR Rain or Shine
sured. Senior Citizen Dis-
PROPERTY count. 773-2455. 615-681-
BALANCE OWED.
FREIGHT PAID
8787 I TC
FOR LEASE For Rent TO TENNESEE. Help Wanted Help Wanted
CALL 1-800-552-8504
1,000 sq.ft.-
4,000 sq.ft.
Stoner Creek Apartments
1 Bedroom starts at $327
Garage Sale 3step
training 3 pay
raises
We provide you with an exceptional training program that rewards you with a raise at the
2 Bedroom starts at $402
Call for more Partial utilities paid GS/ MOVING SALE- completion of each level. That’s up to 3 raises in your first year! Of course, we also offer great
promotion opportunities, flexible scheduling, paid vacation, benefits and a 401K savings plan.
information 1405 Powell Grove Rd. off
Interviewing Daily: Servers,
Hwy. 109 Sept. 10, 11, 12.
ROBINSON 127 Belinda Pkwy. Breakfast Grill Cook (w/experience)
7AM 517-4462.
PROPERTIES Experienced Grill Cook &
(615) 758-5494 Retail Seasonal Help

754-2019 Stop by: 350 S. Mt. Juliet Road, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122
Store Hrs: Sun. – Thurs. 6 – 10 • Fri. & Sat. 6 – 11
Where the better do best.
www.crackerbarrel.com • EOE
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Help Wanted Home Improvement Home Improvement Lawn Care Painting

Driver: BETTER HOME ABSOLUTE REFINISHING. HARD WOOD FLOORS - ANTONELLI PAINTING and
TIME! *Full Benefits pack- Bathtub, tile and counter- Installation, sand and fin- Completed Repairs. 35 years experi-
age! *Paid life insurance! top refinishing. Porcelain ish, refinish old floors. Terry Over 1300 ence. Interior/Exterior paint-
*Paid personal days! *Great and fiberglass repair. Slip Pearson 754-8385 TC Landscapes ing. Drywall repairs. Pressure
safety bonus program! If resistant surfaces available. ___________________________ Washing, Deck Refinishing,
CONCEPT BUILDERS Check out our Replacement Windows. 449-
you have a class A CDL and Custom colors. Limited war-
- Sunrooms, additions, re- new webiste: 6512 or 512-3964.
1.5 years OTR T/T experi- ranty. Ask for details. Jason modeling, screened patios & www.acelandscapingnow.com _____________________________
ence call or apply on line Waldron - 615-668-8439. garages. ROOFING. FREE SAVAGE PAINTING - Interior
Barry Jamison
now! 1-800-876-1660, ext. Mt. Juliet, TN. Serving the Estimates Licensed & in- - Exterior. OWNER ON EV-
177 www.Wiseway.com greater Nashville area. 9-9 sured. 754-6390 or 973- 758-3877 ERY JOB. Very reasonable.
FREE ESTIMATE
___________________________ ___________________________ 6690 Free estimates. References.
Experienced Hair Stylist no LEONARD D. FORD. 758- ___________________________ bnjami@comcast.net Cell 337-2960, 883-5810.
cliental needed. Apply at 0928. Roofs & Repairs. Ex- LANGLEY HOME IM- _____________________________
HEADS UP 4122 N. Mt. Ju- terior Wood repair, Exterior PROVEMENTS. All types ******B&H PAINTING*****
Painting. of remodeling. Room Ad- JSE Landscaping & Lawncare Interior & Exterior. Free Esti-
liet Rd.
ditions, decks, sunrooms, mates. Reasonable Rates. Give
bath rooms. FREE Esti- Mowing • Mulching us a call. 615-424-0133.
Dietary Aide mates. Licensed - Bonded- • General clean up Pets
Insured 390-7010 or 758-
Now hiring full and part-time
dietary staff. Your food service
0094 I TC Landscape Installation
___________________________
and kitchen skills will be well
compensated. •Licensed ESTES ROOFING. 22 Years and Maintenance LEBANON ANIMAL SHELTER
We offer excellent benefits for
Experience. Great rates. Call Jody 519-7880 has loving cats, dogs, kittens,
•Bonded FREE Estimates. Work- puppies. All breeds and siz-
full-time. EOE
manship Warranty. Wilson for a FREE ESTIMATE
Apply in Person •Insured es for adoption. 444-1144.
2650 N. Mt. Juliet Road, Mt. Juliet County’s most trusted roof-
FREE ESTIMATES ing company. 443-3210.
Mt. Juliet Health Care & 443-2252 ___________________________ GREG SANDERS DIAMOND
Rehab MICHAEL’S HOME IM- CUT LAWN SERVICE. Mow-
PROVEMENTS. 754-4580. ing, trimming, edging. De-

RN- LPN Caring nurses are needed for Pressure washing, decks pendable. Free Estimates.
Nurses our 106 bed SNF. Work in a built and sealed. Driveways Call 481-9499.

CNA friendly, suburban setting and


work the shift that works for
you. Enjoy very competi-
sealed, Roofing repairs.
Painting & Drywall. Rotten
wood repairs. Carpentry
___________________________
LAWN MAINTENANCE. Free
estimates, mowing, mulch-
Full & Part-Time tive pay, with top benefits for work & more. Good prices. ing, trimming, leaf removal.
Fax resume to 615-758-5450 full-time, including education 20 years experience. Call Joann. Cell 405-2368,
scholarships to advance your home 754-4486.
or, apply in person Home Repair
nursing career. ___________________________
2650 N. Mt. Juliet Rd., MJ EARHART LAWN CARE.
Mt. Juliet Health Mowing - Aerating - Land-
An Equal Opportunity Employer Care & Rehab ROBERSON Remodeling. scaping - Seeding - Fertilizing.
OFFERING HOME REPAIR Jason-481-9909. Wanted
Home Improvement Home Improvement services of all types. Includ- _____________________________
ing carpentry (trim & finish), BOBCAT, BUSH HOGGING,
Painting, Plumbing, Electric, DUMP TRUCK, BACKHOE. CASH FOR GUITARS
FINISH Replacement Doors, Win- Concrete work. Fill Dirt and
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And the Wilson County Fair 2009 Big Winners are...

0-3 MONTHS BOYS - Winner: Briley 0-3 MONTHS GIRLS - Winner: 4-6 MONTHS BOYS - Winner: 4-6 MONTHS GIRLS - Winner:
Curtis Eastland, son of Bobby Eastland Addison Jade Craig, daughter of Alicia Rylan Dee Cummings, son of Dustin Aryanna Elise McCarver, daughter
and Shanoa Curtis, Lebanon; 1st Rainey and P. J. Craig, Old Hickory; Cummings and Tiffany Dunkin, of Veronica McCarver and Ja’Rob
runner-up: Joshua Allen Hayes, son 1st runner-up: Olivia Anne George, Watertown; 1st runner-up: Weston Coggins, Mt. Juliet; 1st runner-up:
of Kenneth and Gina Hayes, Lebanon; daughter of Rusty and Stacy George, Murphy, son of Brandon Murphy Ally Faith Neal, daughter of Allison
2nd runner-up: Elijah Miles, son of Watertown; 2nd runner-up: Jamaria and Tabitha Murphy, Lebanon; 2nd Walker and Michael Neal, Lebanon;
Jacob and Amy Miles, Watertown Johnson, daughter of Danielle Bashaw runners-up : Aaidan Cole Bollenbeck, 2nd runner-up: Emily Victoria
and Justin Johnson, Lebanon son of Rebecca Fisher and Phillip Schmidt, daughter of Mike and Urquia
Bollenbeck, Lebanon; 2nd runner-up Schmidt, Mt. Juliet
In all photos, the winner is in the middle, 2nd runner-up (tie): Keithereas Owens Jackson, son
of Tomoya Owens and Keith Jackson,
is on the left and 1st runner-up is on the right Lebanon.

7-9 MONTHS BOYS - Winner: Jack 7-9 MONTHS GIRLS – DIVISION 7-9 MONTHS GIRLS – DIVISION 10-12 MONTHS BOYS - Winner:
Walker Beasley, son of Kent and Julie A - Winner: Katherine Elizabeth B - Elizabeth Kate Harper, daughter Braydon Tucker Bennett, son of
Beasley, Lebanon; 1st runner-up: Gyan Bone, daughter of Hal and Tracey of Jaime & Emily Harper, Mt. Juliet; Warren and Kim Bennett, Mt. Juliet;
Levi Ezeta, son of Olivia Mcduffie and Bone, Lebanon; 1st runner-up: Ava 1st runner-up: Larkin Grace Cherry, 1st runner-up: Judd Kyle Wright, son
Axel Ezeta, Lebanon; 2nd runner-up: Elizabeth Crook, daughter of Scot and daughter of Daniel & Rachel Cherry, of Justin and Erin Wright, Lebanon;
Lawson James Smith, son of Kyle and Kelley Crook, Lebanon; 2nd runner- Lebanon; 2nd runner-up: Tailor 2nd runner-up: Jevon Cason, son of
Lindsey Smith, Mt. Juliet up: Jenna Green, daughter of Ginny Madelyn Lawrence, daughter of Tiger Cason and Jamilyn Daugherty,
McDonald and Jamie Green, Lebanon Kendra & Ben Lawrence, Watertown Lebanon

10-12 MONTHS GIRLS – DIVISION 10-12 MONTHS GIRLS – DIVISION 13-15 MONTHS BOYS - Winner: 13-15 MONTHS GIRLS (left to right)
A - Winner: Katherine Grace Duran, B - Winner: Adelyn Short, daughter Jackson Bowen, son of Joe and Mandy - 2nd runner-up: Jayme Peyton
daughter of Stan and Michelle Duran, of Nathan and Debbie Short, Lebanon; Bowen, Lebanon; 1st runner-up: Wagner, daughter of Jamie and Jaime
Mt. Juliet; 1st runner-up: Brianna 1st runner-up: Aniya Shanell Gray, Ayden Gibson, son of Brandon Gibson Jo Wagner, Milton; 1st runner-up:
Michelle Kilburn, daughter of Jennifer daughter of Courtney Shirelle Hall and and Ashley Henderson, Lebanon; 2nd Avery Leigh Taylor, daughter of Joel
Adam Gray, Lebanon; 2nd runner-up: runner-up: Alejandro Rodriguez, son and Tracy Taylor, Watertown; Winner:
and Matt Kilburn, Lebanon; 2nd
Sophie Grace Thompson, daughter of of Tide and Jose Rodriguez, Mt. Juliet Chelsea Holt, daughter of Matt and
runner-up: Hannah Faith Hutchison, Jason and Heather Thompson, Mt. Christy Holt, Lebanon
daughter of Josh & Kelly Hutchison, Juliet
Mt. Juliet

16-18 MONTHS BOYS - Winner: 16-18 MONTHS GIRLS - Winner: 19-23 MONTHS BOYS (left to right) 19-23 MONTHS GIRLS – DIVISION A
Andrew Landen Bowers, son of Randy Sadie Alair McCullough, daughter - Winner: Aydan Dickens, son of - Winner: Molly Grace Cook, daughter
and Kimberly Bowers, Lebanon; 1st of Jesse and Emily McCullough, Danny and Ashley Dickens, Lebanon; of Brandon & Rachel Cook, Mt. Juliet;
runner-up: Aiden Dedman, son of Lebanon; 1st runner-up: Isabella 1st runner-up: Wyatt Clinton O’Niel, 1st runner-up: Kaleigh Paige Reich,
Matt and Tracey Dedman, Watertown; Raine Miller, daughter of Ryan and son of Kyle and Candice O’Niel, daughter of Jeremy & Chastity Reich,
2nd runner-up: Jesse Cole Elam, Wendy Miller, Lebanon; 2nd runner- Watertown; 2nd runner-up: Skeet Lebanon; 2nd runner-up: Lillian
son of Andrew and Bethany Elam, up: Caylie Goddard, daughter of Paul McClain Sharp, son of Adam and Elizabeth Bradford, daughter of Jamie
Watertown and Michelle Goddard, Mt. Juliet Jennifer Sharp, Lebanon & Christine Bradford, Mt. Juliet

19-23 MONTHS GIRLS – DIVISION Doll Parade - Division I - Winner: King of the Fair - Division I - King of the Fair - Division II - Winner:
B (left to right) - Winner: Zoe Macy Rae Hobson, daughter of Blair Winner: Phoenix Elijah Pavelsky, Seaton Reece Hapner, son of Ray and
Hemontolor, daughter of Robert Hobson, Watertown; 1st runner-up: son of Jonathan and Rachel Pavelsky, Shannon Hapner, Lebanon (middle);
Hemontolor and Donna Johnson, Mt. Gracie Godwin, daughter of Jeff and Lebanon (middle); 1st runner-up: 1st runner-up: Joseph Slade Dean,
Juliet; 1st runner-up: Abigail Maie Stephanie Godwin, Mt. Juliet; 2nd Michael Clayton Brewer, son of Ronnie son of Mr. & Mrs. Trevor Dean,
Gannon, daughter of Jeff and Felicia runner-up: Madison M. Chaney, and Rhonda Brewer, Mt. Juliet (right); Lebanon (right); 2nd runner-up: Khol
Gannon, Lebanon; 2nd runner-up: daughter of Joseph Chaney and 2nd runner-up: Marcus White, son Hedgepath, son of Tony and Nikki
Kaleigh L. Hurd, daughter of Kerri Brandy Cox, Lebanon of Latitus White and Lindsey Doak, Hedgepath, Mt. Juliet (left)
Hurd, Lebanon Lebanon (left)
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