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Bar-B-Cutie at Town Center opening soon PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Quick-casual BBQ chain, Bar-B-Cutie, releases today the projected opening of its newest store at 2037 North Mt. Juliet Road in downtown Mt. Juliet. 

Bar-B-Cutie, which began serving Nashville in 1950, is excited to share Mt. Juliet’s legacy of tradition, family values and unity. 

“Because Bar-B-Cutie has the same core values as the City of Mt. Juliet, I feel we are a perfect fit to the community,” comments Brett McFarland, COO Bar-B-Cutie Franchise Systems.

In an effort to celebrate and authenticate Bar-B-Cutie’s deep roots, Jim Anderson, Mt. Juliet’s owner, and Ronnie McFarland, CEO Bar-B-Cutie Franchise Systems, have added a few special touches to this new location. 

In this location, you’ll sit in “family grown” tables and chairs. The tables and chairs have been hand-made by the same family that cut and grew the wood. 

This location will bring back a menu item, the Original Treat Sandwich (now called the “Cutie Club”), that has not been served since the original Bar-B-Cutie on Murfreesboro Road relocated to Nolensville Road in 1979. Another uniqueoffering this location will bare is iced-down bottled Coca-Cola.

The Mt. Juliet Bar-B-Cutie will truly be the best of all worlds serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. 

“We are combining the traditional BBQ favorites such as hickory-smoked barbecue, baby back ribs & half chicken (boasting the memo “cooked and served daily until we run out”) with new “customer requested” favorites such as fried pickles, BBQ Pork Nachos and a Burger Experience,” says Ronnie McFarland. 

Breakfast at Bar-B-Cutie will also center on traditional favorites that are cooked to order such as sweet potato pancakes, eggs cooked just the way you like them and omelets with all the stuffings (tomatoes, onions, black & green olives, mushrooms, jalapenos) at no additional charge.

This is the first Bar-B-Cutie store for owner/operator, Jim Anderson. 

Mr. Anderson commented, “We’re very excited about bringing the Bar-B-Cutie experience to downtown Mt. Juliet next Wednesday, May 3, 2013! We are also thrilled about being a good neighbor to our community. I believe our menu offers a little something for everyone and our goal is to serve up great food at a fair price with smiling faces.”

About Bar-B-Cutie: Serving “The World’s Best Barbecue Since 1950®,” Bar-B-Cutie is a quick casual restaurant with a menu that includes everything from baby-back ribs, mesquite grilled chicken, Southern sides items, home-made desserts and more. The Bar-B-Cutie in Mt. Juliet is located at 2037 Mt. Juliet Road. Visit www.Bar-B-Cutie.com for more information.

 
Wilson Bank & Trust to hold 18th annual Antique Car Show Spring Meet PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Wilson Bank & Trust will host its 18th annual Antique Car Show Spring 

Meet at the Providence office on Sunday, May 5.  

This year’s event will feature 48 classifications of cars on display for auto enthusiasts to browse.

Registration will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and awards will be presented at 3 p.m.  

The meet will also feature a flea market with automobile-related merchandise; live music; and inflatables for children, so there’s something for the entire family.

The Providence office is located at 709 South Mt. Juliet Road.

For more information on the car show, please contact Glenn Edwards at 444-7315 or Read Majors at 483-2661.  

Pre-registration forms may be picked up at any of Wilson Bank & Trust’s Mt. Juliet offices.

Wilson Bank & Trust (www.wilsonbank.com), member FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender, is a locally owned bank established in 1987 to provide personal and professional service in a hometown setting.  

One of the top banks in the South in stability, products, technology, growth and earnings, WB&T currently operates 25 offices in seven Middle Tennessee counties, offering a full range of financial products that include secondary market mortgage loans and online banking services.

 
Providence Animal Hospital honored PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Providence Animal Hospital & Pet Resort has achieved the highest level of veterinary excellence following a thorough evaluation by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). Providence Animal Hospital & Pet Resort earned AAHA accreditation after a rigorous review of the hospital’s practice protocols, medical equipment, facility and client service.  AAHA is the only organization in the United States and Canada that accredits companion animal hospitals based on standards that go above and beyond state regulations. The Association is an international organization of 6,000 veterinary care teams, comprised of more than 45,000 veterinary professionals, who are committed to excellence in companion animal care. Established in 1933, the Association is well-known among veterinarians for its leadership in the profession, high standards for veterinary practices and pet health care, and most importantly, its accreditation of companion-animal practices. The AAHA Standards of Accreditation, viewed as the standard of veterinary excellence, contain more than 900 individual standards, divided into 19 sections. These areas of focus include: patient care and pain management, surgery, pharmacy, laboratory, exam facilities, medical records, cleanliness, emergency services, dental care, diagnostic imaging, anesthesiology and continuing education. Only the top small animal hospitals in the United States and Canada have achieved accreditation by the Association. To maintain accredited status, Providence Animal Hospital & Pet Resort must continue to be evaluated regularly by AAHA.

The award winning hospital was honored in 2011 by ImproMed Infinity as the second most green friendly animal hospital in the United States. Providence Animal Hospital & Pet Resort, located at 113 Belinda Parkway - just down from Two Rivers Ford, can be reached at 553-2221.

For more information visit www.providenceanimalhospital.com , or connect on Facebook and “like” Providence Animal Hospital & Pet Resort—Mt. Juliet.

 
WB&T gives $8,000 to Second Harvest through penny drive PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 23, 2013

After taking part in an area-wide penny drive that concluded in January, Wilson Bank & Trust recently presented Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee with a contribution of just over $8,000.

The total bank donation included money from jars that were displayed at all WB&T branches; change collected by employees and customers on their own; and a $2,500 donation match offered by bank management.  Between early November and the end of January, each of Wilson Bank’s 25 full-service offices in Wilson, DeKalb, Davidson, Rutherford, Smith, Sumner and Trousdale counties collected change and provided collection cans for individuals to take home and return.

As a whole, the change drive coordinated by Ms. Cheap, WB&T and other partners raised more than $47,000 for Second Harvest to help the hungry in Middle Tennessee.

“Many people in our community continue to struggle to put food on the table,” said Jaynee Day, president and CEO of Second Harvest.  “Creative partnerships like the Penny Drive help Second Harvest and our partner agencies provide hope and sustenance to those in need and we are grateful for all of our partners in our continued fight against hunger.”

The change drive was one of several special charitable programs undertaken at Wilson Bank & Trust in celebration of the bank’s 25th anniversary last year. Others included ‘Operation Giveback,’ a giving program through which employees donated items for community help centers, and ‘Christmas On Us,’ a radio-based campaign that involved WB&T providing gift cards to help families with their Christmas shopping.

Wilson Bank & Trust (www.wilsonbank.com), a member of the FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender, is an independent, locally owned bank established in 1987 to provide personal and professional service in a hometown setting.  One of the top banks in the South in stability, products, technology, growth and earnings, WB&T currently operates 25 full-service offices in seven Middle Tennessee counties, offering a full range of financial products that include secondary market mortgage loans and online banking services.

Organized in 1978, Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee is a private, not-for-profit, tax-exempt organization.  Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee’s mission is to feed hungry people and work to solve hunger issues in our community. Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee is one of the largest and most comprehensive of over 200 food banks and food distribution centers nationwide and also a member of Feeding America - The Nation’s Food Bank Network.  Second Harvest distributes food and other products to approximately 400 nonprofit partner agencies in 46 counties in Middle and West Tennessee. Our partners include food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, childcare facilities, senior centers, group homes, and youth enrichment programs. For more information on Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee and its programs, please visit secondharvestmidtn.org.

 
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt opens after hours clinic in MJ PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 9, 2013

The Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt  has opened an after-hours clinic in Mt. Juliet. 

To celebrate the opening of the new clinic, Vanderbilt held a community event at the clinic location Sunday, April 7, with a ribbon cutting At the event, visitors learned more about the after-hours clinic, met the pediatricians, toured the neonatal transport ambulance and enjoy karaoke, games and prizes.

The Vanderbilt Children’s After-Hours Clinic, located at 2025 North Mt. Juliet Rd., Suite 200, will allow parents to take their children to get care when their pediatricians’ offices have closed for the day or the weekend. To keep care consistent and current, the child’s regular pediatrician will be sent a report about the visit the same evening.

The Vanderbilt Children’s After-Hours Clinic will be open seven days a week, including holidays. The hours are Monday-Friday, 6-9:30 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, 3-9:30 p.m.

 
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