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WB&T recognizes super savers
Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Students throughout the Mt. Juliet area who made saving a habit this school year with Wilson Bank & Trust’s School Bank program are building the foundation for a lifetime of money smarts. But they’re also being rewarded in the short term.

WB&T employees visit participating schools every few weeks to accept deposits and open new savings accounts.  By making deposits to their savings accounts on every bank day at their respective schools during 2013-2014, WB&T’s ‘Super Savers’ earned and a spot on the bank’s School Bank Honor Roll.  As part of this recognition, each student received a Super Saver certificate and a special prize pack from the bank.

The Mt. Juliet-area students on Wilson Bank & Trust’s 2013-2014 Super Saver Honor Roll are listed below by school.

Elzie Patton: Hudson Boys, J.D. Evans, Charlie Ewing, Ellen Ewing, McKenzie Fitzgerald, Ryan Fitzgerald, Matthew Girgis, Megan Hollis, Jonathan Huckaba, Joshua Huckaba, Cora Jenkins, Macie Jordan, Nate Long, Carson Marks, Rachel Martin, Dylan McCormick, Annabella Montini, Benson Montini, Lydia Moore, Alyssa Potier, Haley Potier, Gabe Reese, Grace Reese, Josh Reese, Courtney Roeck, Emily Shull

Gladeville: Kelley Adelsberger, Konnor Adelsberger, Leah Beazley, Ella Bollinger, Katie Bollinger, Alexa Borkski, Katelyn Breese, Klein Parker, Madeline Knee, Autumn Lane, Karen Le, Kimberly Le, Tammy Le, Mallory Lee, Allison Luna, Connor Maxwell, Clayton Sanders, Gannon Sanders, Erin Tucker, Daniel Vertrees, Matthew Walker, Brock Womack, Chase White, Hunter Williams

Lakeview: Riley Bolton, Tanner Bolton, Caleb Brandes, Lydia Brandes, Anna Butler, Sara Butler, Christian Butorac, Julianna Butorac, Chloe Castle, Cooper Castle, Ryan Copeland, Taylor Fevold, L.J. Foster, Ava Heilmanm, Hastings Hume, Olivia Kidd, Preston Kidd, Chloe Knop, Giles Knop, Chandler Koehn, D.J. Miller, Hayley Miller, Samuel Osborne, Cassie Savell, Kaylee Savell, Blake Stacey, Jake Stacey

Mt. Juliet Christian: Elizabeth Corbin, Drake George, Ethan Olivier, Lauren Olivier, Preston Olivier

Mt. Juliet Elementary: Cole Bolton, Courtney Brown, Garrett Brown, Reagan Brown, Cooper Buckner, Alyson Cramer, Avery Hampton, Avery Lawson, Josephine McAfee, Keegan McAfee, Addison McQueen, Davis McQueen, Chantelle Muller, Sivani Patel, Yug Patel, Kimora Robinson, Clara Grace Sanders, Kaylee Spencer, Noah Vaughn, Camille Wathen

Rutland: T.J. Bolden, Payton Engelhardt, William Gatlin, Cameron Grundy, Charlotte Grundy, Madyson Jones, Shelby Jones, Brayden Kirby, Presely Ogaz, Seth Stride, Will Stride, Emily Toy, Tristin Williams

Stoner Creek: Christian Begnaud, Daniel Bryant, Kaylee Cook, Sam Crickmar, Brittney Dunham, Logan Emberton, Andrew Flatt, Jacob Fry, Stephen Hicks, Drew Kuhlman, Cassidy Lamer, Jayden Lantz, Carter Lee, Connor Lee, Nicholas Mercante, Adelynn Norgord, Jonathan Parkhurst, Kaylond Porter, Christian Rios, Elena Ruiz, Alisha Samuels, Griffin Shoulders, Ramsey Spence, Sydney Spence, Michael Spraker, Joey Watson

W.A. Wright: Chris Baggott, Conlin Baggott, Devin Bauer, Dustin Bauer, Madison Brito, Amylyn Christian, Michael Coster, Savannah Eiserman, Jackson Hite, Kristina Koger, Camden Leggett, Landry Leggett, Michael Mahan, Aaron Mason, Ella Mason, Lyric McCutcheon, Meleah McCutcheon, Jade Pieroni, Braden Serbin, Carson Serbin, Logan Scarlett, Brynlie Smith, Kayla Smith, Rylan Smith, CJ Stefko, Lee Stefko, Stephen Stefko

West: Parker Arvin, Kylie Bennett, Ezekiel Boyd, Ava Guzoski, Ethan Hall, Emma Tzompanakis, Joseph Tzompanakis, Katie Tzompanakis

More information about Wilson Bank & Trust’s School Bank program is available at

Wilson Bank & Trust (, 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 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.

City Commissioners discuss future of fire, possible private EMS
Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

The Board of Commissioners held a special meeting Thursday to discuss the possibilities of opening the second fire station, and inviting in private EMS service. 

Senior Center looking for a new home
Tuesday, June 17, 2014

The Mt. Juliet Senior Activity Center is trying to take the next step. 

Membership has doubled in the last year at the Mt. Juliet Senior Activity Center whose tag line is: “Where Friends Meet” More than 700 members enjoy programs in Arts & Crafts, Drama & Music, Travel, Recreation, Exercise, Wellness, Education, Socials and Special Events. All takes place in the 10,000 square feet building that is no longer large enough to accommodate. On some days there is activity in every room and standing room only at special events.

Frankich receives Everyday Heroes award
Tuesday, June 17, 2014

From the Mt. Juliet Police Department

Mt. Juliet Emergency Communications Center Telecommunicator Richard Frankich received the Everyday Heroes award Sunday evening at the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) Conference at the Music City Center. The award, presented by the 911 Cares project, recognizes two emergency communication professionals a year who demonstrate an exemplary action while handling an emergency incident.

Richard Frankich was recognized at the NENA Award Ceremony by 911 Cares Project CEO Kevin Willet for his actions during a June 2013 Officer-Needs-Help call.  During the call, Frankich was the lone dispatcher in Mt. Juliet’s emergency communications center who worked purposefully to ensure an officer had the proper resources and back-up while dealing with a group of individuals who began to surround the officer.

Frankich was only one of two Telecommunicators selected nationally to receive the Everyday Heroes award, and he is the first Mt. Juliet Telecommunicator to be honored with this award.

Coffee With a Cop celebrates first year
Tuesday, June 17, 2014

From the Mt. Juliet Police Department

Police continue to build trust with the community, one cup at a time, 1-year after the first Mt. Juliet Police Coffee With a Cop began at Chick-fil-A in Providence MarketPlace.

“Coffee With a Cop continues to be really successful because the community continues to come out and join us,” said Police Chief James Hambrick. “It is about conversing with people and not waiting for them to call us in an emergency. I really look forward to each Coffee With a Cop.”

Mt. Juliet Police will be celebrating their 1-year Anniversary Coffee With a Cop at Chick-fil-A in Providence MarketPlace, where it all began, this Friday from 7-9 a.m. Chick-fil-A is sponsoring free meal cards for the first 25 attendees of Friday’s Coffee With a Cop, and coffee is always free to inside visitors. In addition, Cow will be dressing up for the special 1-year celebration- so bring the kids out, too.

“At each Coffee With a Cop, I get to meet new faces and have great conversation,” said Police Captain Michael Mullins. “We have all types of conversations, too. It’s not just about our police-work.”

The Coffee With a Cop program is a non-traditional way to generate conversation between the police department and community it serves. This event allows the public to interact with police officers, including top Department leadership, in an informal setting to ask questions or address concerns. Mt. Juliet Police continue to receive requests to host a lunch or evening Coffee With a Cop, and they plan to fulfill those requests in their 2nd year of the program.

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