I love magic. Over the years I’ve tried to put a magic trick or two into my presentations. Working for United Way of Wilson County, I can usually sense the fear that I’m going to ask my audience for money, so a magic trick can break the ice and set everyone to ease.
I have heard many concerns regarding Walmart’s acceptance of coupons. Many have found themselves challenged when it comes to using coupons at Walmart. First of all, let me remind you each store can vary according to the manager’s discretion. However, there are some basic rules to follow when shopping at Walmart.
Many people will attempt anything to save money, especially when they hit unexpected expenses. For many this means grasping the concept of couponing and giving it a chance to prove what many others have praised as a “saver’s dream.”
KNOXVILLE – An expanded schedule is expected to bring biscuit art, Southern food writers and Food Network talent into the mix May 15-18 at the International Biscuit Festival, a celebration of that most perfect of foods – the biscuit.
NASHVILLE –Tennessee State Parks will offer free, guided hikes March 22. The second in the quarterly hikes program, the spring hikes will be offered at each of the 54 state parks, including Cedars of Lebanon.
NASHVILLE – The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee has started the official countdown to Middle Tennessee’s first The Big Payback. The Big Payback is a region-wide, 24-hour online giving event created to help Middle Tennessee nonprofits raise funds vital to continue their work, which directly improves the community around them.
If you think about it, volunteering has gotten a bad rap over the years. An image of Abbot and Costello comes to mind in which Bud Abbot steps backwards leaving poor old Lou hanging out in front as the lone volunteer. However, the truth is volunteering is not only good for a specific cause; it’s also good for the volunteer.