Longtime Mt. Juliet resident farmer, retired Immanuel Baptist Church pastor and LifeWay employee Dick Gillespie has a challenge with his memory with Alzheimer’s, but he hasn’t forgotten to appreciate a smile or act of kindness shown to him.
The country music show and dance Saturday evening, staring the almost world famous Rode West Band, at the Gladeville Community Center was a sell out. Music lovers and dancers poured in from several surrounding counties to participate.
Almost two years ago Volunteer Behavioral Health Care System, the non-profit agency that has been working locally to aid homeless veterans, got some extra help from a country music icon in an effort to spread the word about its program.
For its August installment of Regions Free Days, Regions Bank is joining Wilson County Promotions, Empower Me Day Camp, The Shriner’s and Amusements of America to offer free admission to the Special Needs Day at the Wilson County Fair for special needs attendees and up to two family members or accompanying staff.
Encore Theatre Company, Rock Zone, the Nashville Ballet and Farmisan Markets will join forces on Saturday, July 18 for Summerfest 2015. Summerfest will be at Charlie Daniels Park from 4-7 p.m. at 1075 Charlie Daniels Pkwy, Mt Juliet.
This year, 11 Girl Scouts from Wilson County earned the highest awards in Girl Scouting. The girls were recognized at Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee’s Annual Salute to Outstanding Leadership Awards ceremony held on May 3 at Lipscomb University’s Allen Arena.
The Atlanta Braves Players’ Alumni Association selected Lebanon’s Five Oaks Golf and Country Club for an August golf tournament to feature a number of former baseball standouts who will play in the event.