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General Lifestyle

Another blowout concert by Charlie Daniels and Friends to benefit Christmas4Kids

Couple of extra surprises set during performance

By BEVERLY HERBERT
Special to The Wilson Post

The Charlie Daniels and Friends Concert, to benefit Christmas4Kids, is set to shake the hallowed walls of the Ryman on Monday, Nov. 23. 

Every year, Charlie Daniels, along with his own amazing talents, brings to the stage a variety of gifted and exciting entertainers; and of course, this year is no exception with the booking of Phil Vassar, Wilson County’s Gretchen Wilson and Chris Young.  But, this year, Charlie had a few surprises up his sleeve – namely The Grascals and Brad Arnold of the group 3 Doors Down.

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Column

For excitement, try zipping at the Harpeth

By GEORGE ROBERTSON, M.D.

The nice warm sunny afternoon gave us a chance to bike the hills west of Nashville in the community around the Narrows of the Harpeth River. We took the bikes off the carrier at the parking area next to Highway 70 and started down the back road toward the Riverside Park.

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Guest Column

All who went before me

Editor’s Note: The following poem was submitted to The WilsonPost on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.

By Master Sgt. KEN SMITH

We raised our hands to do our part
Strong feelings all were from the heart
But on that day we did not know
What road or path we would go.

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Calendar

Saddle and Tack Auction Saturday

A Saddle and Tack Auction is set for 6 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 14 at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in Lebanon.

Get ready for Christmas and shows with the auction. There will be fun for the whole family.

The event is sponsored by the Wilson County Saddle Club, a nonprofit club. For more information, call 426-1392 or 417-9833.

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General News

Commission to vote on helping Mt. Juliet pay for road construction

By BEN DUDLEY
The Wilson Post

While the Mt. Juliet has enjoyed its new high school, the city has had some trouble with the construction of Curd Road, which leads to the school.

The road was very curvy and it is being straightened out to make it easier for school buses to maneuver.

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Holiday Open House set for Square

From Post staff reports

You are invited to join the Downtown Merchants, the City of Lebanon and the Lebanon/Wilson County Chamber of Commerce for a Holiday Open House on the Lebanon Square from 4 until 7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 19.

Gather ‘round Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead as he lights the Square for the Holidays at 4 p.m.

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Lebanon man indicted in alleged Ponzi scheme

By JENNIFER HORTON
The Wilson Post

A Lebanon man has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges related to his alleged involvement in a Ponzi scheme that bilked clients for $18 million.

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Marathon Man conquers NYC

From Post staff reports

Chalk up another marathon finish for local long distance runner Ken "Hawk" Davis. This time he conquered the Big Apple as the retired AT&T employee completed the 2009 ING New York City Marathon with a time of 3:49:32.

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Veterans Day ceremony held at Courthouse
 

U.S. Army Special Forces Staff Sgt. Mason Alkire speaks to the crowd about the honor and duty of U.S. Armed Forces personnel and veterans at the Lebanon Veterans Day celebration on Wednesday. Behind him is the monument honoring all residents of Wilson County who have died in every American war. The name of U.S. Army Spc. Jonathon C. O’Neill of Watertown was added to the monument this year. He died as a result of injuries sustained when an improvised explosive device was detonated near his vehicle in Afghanistan in June.

BEN DUDLEY / The Wilson Post
 

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Walking to remember veterans
 

 A memorial walk on Wednesday from the Lebanon Public Square to the State Capitol Building in Nashville is a new tradition as Army Master Sgt. Jim Williams, far right, makes the track with Vietnam Veteran Mel London and a great supporter of veterans and service men and women, Lebanon resident, Jim Retzke. London said their hope is that next year more Veterans will join them on the 28-mile walk honoring and memorializing veterans.

JOHN B. BRYAN / The Wilson Post

 

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