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Peggy Fay Christian, 67

LEBANON – Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 2 at Sellars Funeral Home for Mrs. Christian, 67, of Lebanon. Mrs. Christian died Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2008.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Bernice Christian, and parents, Carl and Mildred Blackburn Dillard.

The family will receive visitors until 8 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 1 and from 11 a.m. until time of service on Thursday.

Interment will be at Brush Creek Cemetery.

Survivors include her sons: the Rev. Michael (Phyllis) Christian, Eddie Christian and Bernie Christian; grandchildren: Daniel and Hunter Christian and Rachel Christian; three sisters, Paula (Robert) Proffitt, Pat Clevenger and Pam (Dan) Petrey.

Memorials donations should be directed to the Gideons.

Sellars Funeral Home in Lebanon is in charge of arrangements.


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General News

Civic League holds forum

By CONNIE ESH, The Wilson Post

LEBANON -- Wilson County Civic League is hosting a Candidates Forum on Thursday, Oct. 2 at 6:30 p.m.

The WCCL has invited all candidates for the state and national election to attend and present their views on topics relevant to the office they are seeking.

The forum will be held at the Market Street Community Center located at 321 East Market Street, Lebanon.

Community members should attend and be prepared to ask good questions so their concerns can be discussed by the candidates.

For more information, call 449-0719 or visit the community center.

Post to publish series on mayoral candidates

Beginning next Wednesday, Oct. 8, The Wilson Post will publish a series of articles giving local residents an inside look at Lebanon mayoral candidates Phillip Craighead and William Farmer.

The articles will run consecutively each Wednesday through Oct. 29.

"We wanted to give our readers an up-close and personal look at the candidates. We borrowed this idea from one of our sister publications and thought it would work well in our Lebanon Mayor’s race," said Post Publisher John B. Bryan.

The questions that are to be asked of the candidates will come from several different people in the Lebanon community and from a panel of editors and writers at this newspaper.

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