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Encore Theatre presents ‘The Murder Room’
Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Encore Theatre Company, a non-profit regional community theater serving Middle Tennessee has a busy summer planned. 
They jump into summer head first with the reprisal of our inaugural show “The Murder Room” by Jack Sharkey, directed by Barbara Hartman. 
Whoever knew murder could be so funny?? 
A fabulous mystery farce concerning newlyweds Edgar and Mavis.
Two days after their wedding Edgar discovers that Mavis - a nasty piece of work - is being unfaithful.
After her first attempt to kill him by poisoning his cocoa, when the cat dies instead, Mavis resorts to shooting him and then returning to her lover.
Chaos and complications reign when it transpires that the shots were blanks and that Edgar’s body has vanished. 
This show opens June 7 at 7:30 p.m. and runs three weekends, ending Saturday, June 22. 
Friday and Saturday shows start at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday matinees open at 2:30 p.m. 
Doors open 30 minutes before show time.  Purchase tickets on-line at www.encore-theatre-company.org or at the door.

 
MJ students earn scholarships to TTU
Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Two students from Mt. Juliet were recognized for their academic achievements with scholarships from Tennessee Tech University’s College of Arts and Sciences this spring.
Jeffrey Graves, a math graduate student, received the mathematics graduate student teaching award. He is the son of Brenda and David Graves and a 2003 graduate of Wilson Central High School. After finishing his degree at TTU, he plans to go on for a doctoral degree.
Michele Smith, a junior math major, received the Grateful Heart math scholarship. After graduation, she plans to apply to the National Security Agency’s cryptology program. A 2010 graduate of Mt. Juliet High School, she is the daughter of Ken and Lisa Smith and fiancée of Charley Brown.

 
Wilson JECDB tries to draw new business in Vegas
Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Representatives for the Joint Economic & Community Development Board (JECDB) of Wilson County along with the Cities of Lebanon, Mt. Juliet and Watertown had the opportunity to showcase the community to an international audience of decision makers at the 2013 International Council of Shopping Centers RECon show in Las Vegas, Nevada held May 19-22. 
Funded through the marketing efforts of the JECDB, the local leaders had the opportunity to meet and make presentations, develop deals, attend educational sessions and network with their key retail and commercial contacts.  RECon which serves as the world’s largest retail real estate convention offers an unparalleled opportunity to meet with and present the many advantages of doing business throughout Wilson County.
RECon attendance hit post-Recession records this year with some 32,400 delegates packing the halls at RECon on Monday.  Overall attendance was north of 35,000, a 10 percent increase from 2012. Attendees and exhibitors expressed unadulterated optimism about the health of the U.S. retail real estate industry.
The JECDB is funded through an interlocal  agreement of the four governmental agencies in Wilson County and serves to maintain, expand and recruit industrial, commercial and retail development  throughout the county and its municipalities.   

 
Several June activities at MJSAC
Tuesday, June 4, 2013

June is filled with activities for members and some free activities for the community at the Mt. Juliet Senior Activity Center located at 2034 N. Mt. Juliet Rd. Mark your calendars for fun!
Thursday, June 6 from 5-7 p.m. – Third annual Art Gallery Reception, “Sights and Scenes of Mt. Juliet.”  From historic views of the early train station and downtown scenes to special sights of today, you won’t want to miss this unique exhibit by Instructor, Sally Murphy and the talented artists of the senior center. Many pieces will be available to purchase. Light refreshments will be served. Music by harpist, Becky Walker.
June 14 10-11 a.m. – “That’s My Life”. Deborah Wilbrink will present, “How to share and save your stories.” The event is free and open to the public. Call 758-9114 to sign up.
June 15 5-7 p.m. – free Concert with Cookie & the Monster – Wanda Weatherbee sings classic hits like Imagine and Bobbie McGee. The event is Free however, we will pass the hat for the entertainment. Bring finger foods to share. Beverages provided.
June 24 – 1-3 p.m. Liz Farrar teaches Bob Ross painting class. The fee is $25 and supplies are included. Call 758-9114 to sign-up.
New Travel Club! – Join the club and get first hand information on day trips and longer excursions. Coming up next…trip to Atlantic City, New York and Philadelphia. Stop in to learn more.
Getting in Shape for Summer? Members enjoy Free classes in Cardio Fit (New), Yoga, Tai Chi and line dance.
Stop in soon for a tour and a FREE newsletter!

 
Mt. Juliet Y names Erin Chambers Volunteer of the Year
Tuesday, June 4, 2013

The Mt. Juliet YMCA at the Valley Center is privileged to name Erin Chambers its 2012 Volunteer of the Year. Chambers was honored on April 23 as part of the YMCA of Middle Tennessee’s Annual Celebration.
Mt. Juliet Y Executive Director Anna Lee O’Neil praised Chambers for her service to the community.
“Erin grew up in Wilson County, yet lives and works in Nashville,” O’Neil said. “She is passionate about bringing the YMCA and the services it provides to her home county. Her positive ‘can-do’ spirit is infectious, her dedication inspiring and her gracious presence appreciated.”

Celebrating service

The YMCA of Middle Tennessee each year presents 27 Volunteer of the Year awards, honoring those who’ve given of their time, talent and financial resources to advance the Y’s charitable mission. Since the organization’s founding in 1875, dedicated volunteers like Chambers have worked to strengthen their community by being part of the YMCA.
“Our Y recognizes the mutual benefit that results through the sharing of time, talent and financial resources for the good of our community,” said YMCA of Middle Tennessee President and CEO John Mark “Journey” Johnson. “We are so grateful for our more than 3,100 volunteers, who led the way in 2012 to make a lasting and positive impact where they live and work.”

About the Y

The YMCA of Middle Tennessee is a nonprofit, worldwide charitable fellowship united by a common loyalty to Jesus Christ for the purpose of helping people grow in spirit, mind and body.
For more than 136 years, the YMCA of Middle Tennessee has been giving people of all ages the tools they need to learn, grow and thrive.
With 31 centers and 328 program locations, the YMCA reaches 329,697 lives—1 of every 6 people in the 12-county area it serves—by nurturing the potential of children and teens, improving the nation’s health and well-being and providing opportunities to serve others and support our neighbors.

 
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