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Cedars of Lebanon State Park announces schedule

Cedars of Lebanon State Park located on Highway 231, in Lebanon, plans its weekly events from Monday, July 21 through July 26. 

This week is “Herps Week,” a week dedicated to reptiles and amphibians.

Movie of the week will be “Between Land and Water: Film following frogs and salamanders”

There are no programs scheduled for Sundays and Mondays, but the Nature Center will be open.  Monday and Tuesdays events are as follows:

(Look in the Wednesday, July 23 print edition of The Wilson Post for the rest of the week’s events.)


Monday, July 21:
• Special Guest – 2 p.m., Professor Cobb and Lacy Danikas from Middle Tennessee State University present “Snakes of TN Up Close and Personal.” Meet at Nature Center.

Tuesday, July 22:
• Cedar Glade – 9 a.m., these glades are full of unique plants; meet Dava Conway at the Park Office to find out about these misunderstood ecosystems.  (all ages)
• Make a Tad-frog – 11 a.m., learn about the metamorphosis it takes to become a frog, followed by a craft to take home. Meet Conway at the Camp Store.
• Frog Puppets – 2 p.m., join Marta at the Camp Store and have fun with paper frog puppets. (all ages)
• Special Guest – 2 p.m., Professor Cobb and Lacy Danikas from Middle Tennessee State University present “Snakes of TN Up Close and Personal.” Meet at Nature Center.
• Rainbow Hike – 5 p.m., meet Marta at the cedar forest trailhead to embark on an adventure. (all ages)

 

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General News

Vote early for Aug. 7 election

By CONNIE ESH

Early voting for the Aug. 7 election starts is underway in Lebanon, but won’t start until July 26 in Mt Juliet. Early voting will continue until Aug. 2 in both locations.

Early voting in Lebanon will be at the Wilson County Election Commission office on East Main Street, and in Mt. Juliet it will be at the Mt. Juliet Community Center on Charlie Daniels Parkway.

The hours will be from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. on Monday through Friday, and from 8 a.m.–1 p.m. on Saturday.

Voter registration is down over two years ago even though the population has grown, said Martha Ann Sutherland, assistant administrator of elections.

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General Sports

Dixie Minors eliminated 4-3

SIGNAL MOUNTAIN -- Lebanon’s Rotary Dixie Minor (9-10) all-stars were eliminated from the state tournament Thursday, July 17.

Bradley County overcame an early 3-0 Lebanon lead and ousted the Rotary Stars 4-3 Thursday afternoon.

Late Wednesday night Lebanon dropped a 16-1 decision to Madison Central National.

Lebanon’s Dixie Majors (11-12) all-stars, the Tennessee "O"-Zone champions, will open play in the Dixie World Series Saturday, July 26 in Pascagoula, MS.

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