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Scarecrow workshops now at Garr's PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Garr’s Rental & Feed will present its popular Scarecrow Workshops on three consecutive weekends this fall announced Roy Garr, co-owner and president. During the 90-minute workshops, families can build their own life-size scarecrows, straw-filled creations suitable for use as an outdoor autumn or Halloween decoration.  

“This year, we are offering two Sunday afternoon workshops, as well as several Saturday sessions.  In addition to adult-sized scarecrows, we will be offering child-sized scarecrows again this year; we’ve found that the kids love to decorate a scarecrow that is their own size,” said Roy Garr, co-owner and president. 

Middle Tennesse Pediatric Dentistry gives Save-A-Tooth kits to local schools PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

Middle Tennessee Pediatric Dentistry is helping schools be prepared if a dental emergency happens. 

Topz Frozen Yogurt open in Oakwood Commons PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 2, 2012

A new frozen yogurt store in now open in Hermitage. TOPZ Frozen Yogurt is a self-serve frozen yogurt shop located at 4666 Lebanon Pike next to Publix in the Oakwood Commons Shopping Center. TOPZ has twelve delicious rotating flavors to choose from with lowfat, nonfat, and no sugar added options. If you haven’t tasted frozen yogurt in a few years, this isn’t your grandmas frozen yogurt. The industry has made huge strides in improving the taste and texture. TOPZ also has fifty different choices on the self-serve topping bar. 

Salon Professional Academy celebrates 5 years PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 2, 2012

The Salon Professional Academy in Donelson celebrated its 5th Anniversary on Tuesday with a hair fashion presentation by World Renowned Hair Artist Chris Baran and by recognizing current and former student achievements.  The Salon Professional Academy (Tee-SPA for short) welcomed it’s first class of students on September 18, 2007 and has since graduated over 200 students.

Cori's holding The Next Great Dog contest PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

Cori’s DogHouse has 38 fantastic dogs. Now they are looking to you for No. 39. 

Cori’s DogHouse is hosting The Next Great Dog Contest, in which customers submit their ideas for what toppings they would put on one of Cori’s delicious dogs. 

“I really want to see some imagination here,” said Cori’s DogHouse Owner Sean Sullivan. 

Sullivan said people are not restricted to the toppings at Cori’s DogHouse. 

If it is food, and will make for a great dog, then  you can enter it in the contest. 

The winner of the contest, which runs from Sept. 26 through Oct. 5, will win $100, and their dog will be run as a special for two weeks. 

However, Sullivan said that if the item proves popular, they may keep it on the menu for a long time. 

If you want to enter, go to Cori’s DogHouse and ask how. 

Cori’s DogHouse is located in Providence Marketplace. You can reach them at (615)758-6960 or visit them on the web at You can also like them on Facebook. 

Senior Appreciation Day

Cori’s DogHouse is happy to announce a Senior Appreciation Day. 

“We probably should have done this a long time ago,” said Sullivan. 

Sullivan said they have done events at Del Webb Lake Providence, and were appreciative of the experience. 

He is showing that appreciation by giving seniors, 55-and-over, 20 percent off every Tuesday, all day long. 

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