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Capella cuts ribbon

Capella’s Salon & Spa cut their ribbon Friday. They are located at 2768 N. Mt. Juliet Road. They can be reached at (615)754-0570. ~Photo by Kenny Howell

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Friends of the Point clean up Old Hickory Lake

National Public Lands Day, Sept. 30, was observed by Friends of Point picking up trash along Old Hickory Lake and clearing walking trails on Corp property. Pictured in the clean-up crew are; Paul Van Buren, Jeff and Dolores Goold, Syd and Karla Philllips, Dave Murphy and Larry Price. ~Photo submitted

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MJ car chosen for Snap On Tools calendar

The 1933 Yellow Plymouth Coupe to be featured in the Snap On Tools 2013 calendar is owned by Mike Taylor, owner of Mikes’ Tires, Oil & Lube, INC., at 11607 Lebanon Road. He has been  in business for over 35 years at the same location in Mt. Juliet. “It was quite an honor to be chosen” says Mr. Taylor. “Snap On Tools has been a long standing business in Mt. Juliet and we are proud and excited to be selected by them for their upcoming calendar.” ~Photo submitted

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MJ Noon Rotary gives away bike

Mt. Juliet Noon Rotary Club awarded first grader Kalyn McKenny a new bicycle and helmet as part of the club’s Wheels in Motion project.  Kalyn is at student in Danette Baskin’s first grade classroom at W.A. Wright Elementary. ~Photo submitted

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Wilson County Motors breaks ground

Wilson County Motors recently broke ground on their new site on South Hartman Drive in Lebanon. The location is planning to be open in Spring of 2013 ~Photo courtesy of The Wilson Post

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Academy opens

Academy Sports and Outdoors opened its doors to the public Friday. On Thursday, they brought in kids from the Boys and Girls Club of Nashville and gave them $100 gift cards for anything in the store. Employees partnered with the kids to help them control their budget. ~Photo by Kenny Howell

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Best Buy helps paint Lakeview

Volunteers from Best Buy broke out the rollers and paint brushes Tuesday to help paint Lakeview Elementary School. Best Buy gets into the community a few times a month to help better the community. They also donated $1,000 to Lakeview Elementary School. ~photo by Kenny Howell

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Wilson County Books from Birth give kids early taste of reading

Audrey McGriff reads to Jackson McGriff. Audrey is a big believer in the Wilson County Books from Birth program. ~Photo submitted

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MJ graduate making a name for himself

Mt. Juliet High School graduate Scott Seaton has achieved international success as an orchestra conductor. He was just named Conductor of the Minot Symphony Orchestra. ~Photo courtesy of www.scott-seaton.com

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Big Star Cigar Lounge opens in MJ
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MJ Church of Christ teens visit Alive Hospice

Mt. Juliet Church of Christ’s Sculpt program teens recently visited Alive Hospice to learn about hospice care, grief support services and volunteer opportunities. The group is pictured in the courtyard of Alive Hospice Residence Nashville. Alive Hospice, a nonprofit organization that serves Wilson County, is one of the nation’s oldest hospice programs. For more information, call (615)327-1085 or visit www.alivehospice.org. ~Photo submitted

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Wilson County Democratic Women Scholarships
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Patton visits MJSAC

Lisa Patton visited the Mt. Juliet Senior Activity Center Wednesday and shared stories about growing up in Mt. Juliet, graduating from Mt. Juliet High School and how she became a weathercaster for WKRN. She had everyone laughing at some of her weather snafus such as referring to rain as, “wet rain.”  She still gets teased about that. She  explained how very different things are in the studio from what you actually see on TV. The audience had a chance to ask questions at the end. Her two daughters, her son and a visiting exchange student entertained the seniors with beautiful bluegrass and gospel music.  The seniors sang along to, “I’ll Fly Away.” Senior Activity Director Linda McClanahan (above) presented her with an honorary membership T-shirt as a thank you. ~Photo submitted

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Garr\'s donates to Big Brothers

Owen Gleaves, representing Big Brothers of Mt. Juliet (left), accepts a $445 check from Roy Garr, Garr’s Rental & Feed, Mt. Juliet, the most recent donation to the organization resulting from Garr’s recycling program. For the past eight years, Garr’s has collected and recycled aluminum cans and given all the proceeds to Big Brothers of Mt. Juliet. An aluminum can recycling trailer provided by Alcoa is parked at Garr’s.  Each time the trailer fills up, Garr’s takes the cans to PSC of Nashville and Big Brothers receives the money. Garr’s Rental & Feed is located at 11620 Lebanon Road. Cans may be dropped off during business hours:  Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Sunday seasonally from noon to 5 p.m. ~Photo submitted

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Willoughby Station assists Help Center with swim-a-thon
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Pop\'s out of business
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Kids\' Club ends summer with a bang
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Sherry\'s Run helps people like 14-year-old Roby
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