Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down: Marchers bring unity to Wilson County

Thumbs up to the 200 people who braved the cold last Saturday to participate in the second Wilson County Commemorative Unity March that paid homage to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy.
Jan 26, 2014

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Thumbs up to the 200 people who braved the cold last Saturday to participate in the second Wilson County Commemorative Unity March that paid homage to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy.

Thumbs up to the dozens of community members who took the plunge last Saturday to raise money for Wilson County Special Olympics during the 14th annual Polar Plunge at the Jimmy Floyd Center’s outdoor pool.

Thumbs up to Lebanon’s Kadarian Garnett and Morgan Bruce, Wilson Central’s Hailey Averitt and Jon Rosshirt, Friendship Christian’s Zach Blair and Ashlyn Pittman and McClain Christian’s Eli Shouse for each being named Wilson Bank and Trust Athletes of the Week.

Thumbs up to Wilson Central’s girls bowling team for its return to the TSSAA state bowling tournament. It’s the seventh trip to state in 13 years for the team.

Thumbs up to the Wilson United Soccer Team and 02 team for finishing first and second, respectively, in the Eagle Express 4-on-4 goalie tournament at Donelson Christian Academy recently.

Thumbs up to members of the College Hills Church of Christ Boy Scout Troop 293 for teaching those at Timberline Campground how to cook Dutch-oven style Saturday. Thumbs up also goes to the Next Step Resource Center volunteers for handing out coats during the event.

Thumbs up to Greg Armstrong and Katlin Dickson for being named Wilson County’s Governor’s Stars. The two volunteers will represent Wilson County at a banquet in March, joining other county representatives from across Tennessee.

Thumbs up to Tony Bates Ford for delivering a truckload of food to Joseph’s Storehouse recently just in time for the ministry’s monthly food distribution. 

 

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