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Walk For Children Is Today

Friday, 21 April 2017

Local hometown heroes are scheduled to speak at the Hometown Heroes Walk for Children on Friday morning.

 

Our own hometown heroes, Murfreesboro Mayor Shane McFarland, Smryna Police Chief Kevin Arnold, and District Attorney General Jennings Jones are the featured speakers at the Walk kick-off at Murfreesboro Civic Plaza.   Paul Heggen from WSMV Channel 4 will be the Master of Ceremonies.  Child Advocacy Center Director Sharon De Boer will be presenting awards to local Hometown Heroes.

 

The Child Advocacy Center is celebrating Child Abuse Awareness Month with the Hometown Heroes Walk for Children on Friday morning, April 21 at the Murfreesboro Civic Plaza, downtown on the square.  Registration will begin at 11:00 a.m., speakers at 11:45 p.m., and the Walk will begin at 12 noon.  New this year, there will be shuttles from the Child Advocacy Center to the Civic Plaza at 10:30, 10:45, 11:00, and 11:15 a.m. 

 

The event will conclude with a picnic lunch at the Child Advocacy Center, located at 1040 Samsonite Blvd.  The menu includes hamburgers, hotdogs, pork tenderloin, baked beans, potato salad, vegetables and dips, fruit kabobs, delicious homemade desserts, and the famous chocolate room.  Local businesses that are contributing to the picnic lunch include PATCO’s grilled meat, Double Tree’s cookies, O’Charley’s pies, Macaroni Grill’s desserts, and Zaxby’s chicken tenders.

 

"The Hometown Heroes Walk for Children is a wonderful way for our community to show their support for child abuse victims.  The only thing that would make it better would be if YOU would lace up your tennis shoes and join us,” said Child Advocacy Center director Sharon De Boer.

 

You can become a Hometown Hero by walking in the event.  Register to walk at cacrutherford.org or by contacting  the Child Advocacy Center at 615-867-9000.  You may also contact the Center by email at jessicawauchek@bellsouth.net or kristinatroglen@bellsouth.net.

 

Public Safety Day Event At Fairgrounds Saturday Cancelled

Friday, 21 April 2017

The Second Annual Public Safety Day originally scheduled for Saturday at the Cannon County Fairgrounds has been cancelled due to possible severe weather

Community Rabies Clinics To End Tomorrow

Friday, 21 April 2017

The Cannon County Community Saturday Rabies Clinics will conclude tomorrow
Dr. Jordan will hold a rabies clinic at the Cannon County Courthouse from 8:30-9:30 while Dr. Tate will hold one at the Sunny Slope Church from 8:30-9:30.
If you miss the clinics you can call these veterinarians who will honor this reduced price during the month of April.

Lone Car Cruise Set For This Saturday

Friday, 21 April 2017

There'll be only one Cannon County Car Cruise-In this season and if the weather is nice, the Cruise In is scheduled for this Saturday from 4 in the afternoon to 7:30 at night.  There'll be a DJ and music around the courthouse square.  Trivia contests, 50/50 drawing, door prizes and more.  All cars and trucks are welcome.  For more information call Carolyn Motley at the Cannon County Chamber of Commer at 615-563-2222.

Cannon County Auburntown Authors To Appear At Magness Library

Friday, 21 April 2017

Representatives from genealogical societies from several areas including Cannon County and Auburntown will be on hand Saturday in McMinnville for Author Day at the Magness Library located 118 West Main Street in McMinnville.  The different socieites will have their publications for sale and share information with library patrons and guests.  Some of the authors participating include Elrena Parton, Duane Sherrill, Donna Minton, Wayne Wolford and Chris Keathley.  The event will take place from 10A-1P.  For more information please call (931) 473-2428.

Music Night Is Tonight At Senior Center

Friday, 21 April 2017

WBRY reminder, tonight is music night at the Cannon County Senior Center.  Featured band is Ronnie Crownover and Silver Creek Band.  Doors open at 6:00. Music starts at 7:00.  Admission is just $5.00.  Music night is open to the entire listening area.  Call 615-563-5304 for other details.

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