Much to the disappointment of children across Wilson County who have to wait a day to get those treats, the Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce and city leaders were correct to postpone Halloween on the Square until Friday.
Halloween is a time when starry-eyed children transform into superheroes, princesses, ghosts, goblins and the like for one night all for the quest to fill bags and plastic Jack-O-Lanterns full of candy.
Students at Lebanon High School, Mt. Juliet High School and Wilson Central High School started last Friday encouraging their communities to back them with a simple request that now appears could lead to a significant pay day.
We’d like to thank everyone for the outpouring of support we’ve experienced the last few days and we’d also like to share a few things we’d like the public to know about New Leash on Life, also known as the Humane Association of Wilson County:
It’s my favorite time of year. We are now in the midst of the World Series, also known as the Fall Classic. I happen to be a Cardinals fan, so of course I’m ready to fall into the recliner and cheer them on from the living room.